Fictional Reality

The deeper we explore our reality, the more fantastic it begins to sound. Sometimes, it's easier to demonstrate ideas and concepts through works of fiction, as it's easier on the mind to process. This shows us that we can often find hidden truths in even the most fantastic works of fiction.

A Wrinkle in Time, written by Madeleine L'Engle and published in 1962, is an incredible work of literary fiction that has recently been made into a movie featuring Oprah Winfrey. What's interesting is that this fantastic work of fiction may in-fact be a representation of what is possible through human consciousness.

This modern-day version of the classic is based around a premise that mankind is capable of traversing through the universe instantaneously through "wrinkles" created by specific harmonics and frequencies. In addition, those frequencies can be created through emotion and consciousness. For those who listen to The Seiker Podcast, you'll find these themes all too familiar.

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AI Is Listening...

We continue to track the development of AI as it moves towards the Singularity of self-awareness rivaling human intelligence. This week, Dennis reviews an article discussing the rapid growth of listening devices popping up around the globe as the internet of things expands it's "ear." The devices are continuing to get smaller, even smaller than the point of a pencil. Eventually, Dennis theorizes, this nanotech will be embedded in the paint we use to cover our walls creating a complete blanket of AI surveillance. However, we must keep in mind that as the Internet of Things evolves, it seems more apparent that a much older, yet similar technological intelligence exists all around us and within us. The question is, where did it come from...

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