Reading up on the history of The Internet, and its creation by DARPA. Some interesting stuff..
>In October 1962, Licklider was hired by Jack Ruina as director of the newly established Information Processing Techniques Office (IPTO) within DARPA, with a mandate to interconnect the United States Department of Defense's main computers at Cheyenne Mountain, the Pentagon, and SAC HQ. There he formed an informal group within DARPA to further computer research. He began by writing memos describing a distributed network to the IPTO staff, whom he called "Members and Affiliates of the Intergalactic Computer Network"
My question is; when a US Department of Defense agency created something as valuable as ARPANET, did they /really/ just release it into the public in a hands-off fashion, or are we all part of an experiment?
The thing that bugs me, is that The Internet seems to be coming full-circle; from a military experiment, to an 'open' public experiment, and finally, an experiement in censorship and population control.
That was always the plan anon.
Societal engineering through cyber means.
Just wait for VR/Oculus rift, people will never leave their seats while having their thoughts programmed from the backends of major ISPs and intelligence agencies.
We am become Brave New 1984
The internet is the tip of the fucking iceberg when it comes to these organizations - the breakaway civilization, whose black budget dwarfs national economies. They've had a hand in everything, since before everything was a thing. It's all so god damned compartmentalized, that a lifetime of individual investigation will only leave you with more questions than answers.
I always though it was interesting that IT technology was ever allowed to be sold outside of the united states. networking gives you such an insane advantage over everyone else, would you really let it go unless you already had uncontested control over it to begin with?
I think the government has been consistently working on having total surveillance over communication, and the Internet is the best platform for this. This type of consolidation of power is what all governments unchecked seek to do. All innovations on the Internet, such as Facebook, have had value in their ability to monitor people's communications and create dossiers of personal information and providing the government access to it.
It's naive to think that the government agency's like DARPA and the Department of Defense created such an incredible technology like Internet networking and simply released it into the public "in a hand's-off fashion". Yes, we are all part of a giant experiment. The Internet has never been open, egalitarian, free, anonymous or in the hands of the users.
Look into deep underground military bases and the secret space programs if you're into that stuff.
But take caution, anything tainted with alien or UFO stuff is more than likely disinformation.
Sorry spooks, we know you cooked up aliens and like to pretend that anything more advanced than a modern fighter jet is Atlantian crystal territory, but no. It's not /x/. It's not even remotely /x/.
Sometimes I do wonder how far ahead they are technologically but when you get into exponential technological increases then it doesn't even matter.
Basically, they started earlier, had the stuff earlier and are too ahead to catch up.
You know when somebody talks, and the person they're talking to doesn't respond, and then they keep talking... opening their mouths, saying whatever comes to mind, and eventually say too much or reveal something damning about themselves? That. An "anonymous" forum is the perfect place to make people overly comfortable.
The thing /v/ is talking about like crazy. The thing that's exploding on twitter. The thing Assange called Reddit pathetic for. It's connected to the agency in this thread, and the subject of censorship.
I study Computer Science in Brazil, at the UFPE.
36 ICPC this Year. One of the best university here to do CC.
I had +-2 classes about DARPA/ARPANET. And a boy asked the teacher a question. Do ARPANET still exists? Their mainframe is still in activity?
Well, you know the answer. Their mainframe actually runs NSA.
So yep, we probably are a part of an experiment.
>Derpa is directly funding
Do you have the documents?
This is the man running project IMMERSE the DARPA funded game initiative:
He takes the applications as seen here:
His name is listed as the contact.
Also look on their main page: http://games.soe.ucsc.edu/
At the bottom under friends/sponsors. DARPA is proudly listed. Some things you should know about Mr. Mateas is that he gave keynote speechs for DiGRA 6 times over 6 years. He also did a huge amount of research for them.
More interesting, look at the students listed:
Look at the bottom under the title: Digital Arts/ New Media. That first name was in the google DiGRA leak. She is also a student of his.
There are numerous connections, go look who he wrote research with for DiGRA and who that man is.
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>implying we're not at the stage where they make the dichotomies, the dissidents and the statists
It's also child's play compared to the big picture.
>I just tried posting this 3 times before it went through
DARPA is your friend
they are fighting niggers and fags in the streets with AIDS and Ebola.
>discounting something because of a spelling mistake
If you go to his twitter account he posted some photo with military badges and quote about "Only war isn't simulation" Also posts about games that make players destroy their idealism or something like that. I googled and he is in project in which Lockheed Martin also takes place called GILA
Conspiracies aside, if you read the original documents of the planning of the ARPANET, you would understand why it eventually passed into public use and why it has resisted control where other mediums like cable TV and telephone were easily taken over by private enterprise. At the time, the Cold War was going strong, and so one of the primary design objectives of ARPANET was for it to be highly resilient in case of Soviet attack, ensuring that the network was highly redundant and not dependent on a few central nodes. So, if you want to thank anyone for why the Internet is the way it is, thank the Soviets.
People watched tv before the internet.
People listened to the radio before the tv.
People died at 50 before that and still went to the peanut gallery.
Crack head. People in the past would kill to have what you have and bitch and invent conspiracy bullshit or troll like a faggot
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one should it's art and people shouldn't take it as literal information they stay behind 100
at least the jew bros, though goretex seems pretty convinced, still artistic and metaphorical
Yeah, all of that.
You should listen to his interview on conspiracy radio (accessible on YT).
''In the time frame of the next 5 years aliens will introduce themselves to us.''
Lol, Gore goes the hardest.
I personaly think people misinterpret what this whole "Surveilance" thing is and what DARPA/DiRGA are probably doing.
You see, democracy works on one principle and one principle alone, and that is consent.
Manufacturing consent through a plethora of means is of utmost importance to the systems which leech of people and ultimately depend on the democratical structure of society.
Thing is that people would not willingly give a boeing of a fuck about living under "democracy" or not, if the state could deliver a fair and balanced administration.
No matter how fucking stupid a people become, they will always gravitate towards what's really best for the bulk of the people and will willingly make the few personal sacrifices they need to make to ensure a stable and strong society.
Unless that is, that they are confused as fuck...
And that is why we have a macro-multi-media aparatus of propaganda squirting whatever incomprehensible, shiny and loud bullcrap can keep the people either hooked to their hedonistic dead-ends or arguing -Incessantly- over rehashed and trite sociopolitical platitudes.
This whole [PURGED DATA] debacle goes to show not only that there's an entire group of people who get paid to play a roll in a social engineering act, but that this is the ONLY string left which keeps the world from plunging into the next age of enlightment.
People aren't asleep, they are just being bombarded with so much information and disinformation, they can't make out what's really what, and so some of them just sigh and unplug themselves from actual fucking reality.
>"You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time.
I don't know him but I don't think so. He's just analyzing. Probably taking too many drugs too.
It's art. People shouldn't forget.
Like this first line by Ill Bill, it's completely ironic, I guess.
Just like 1/2 Turk 1/2 German is the ultimate Truth and really handsome.
1, for what purpose? If you're not doing anything but staring blankly 24/7, you have no worth.
2, for a scheme like this to have been enacted centuries ago, the top benefactor(s) would have to be immortal or ageless.
Those two points, I've never seen speculated or talked about.
Okay, let's get some things straight here:
DARPA did NOT create the internet. The internet as it is today was the work of several independent groups.
>2, for a scheme like this to have been enacted centuries ago, the top benefactor(s) would have to be immortal or ageless.
>Those two points, I've never seen speculated or talked about.
You must be new to all this conspiracy bizznatch.
>for a scheme like this to have been enacted centuries ago, the top benefactor(s) would have to be immortal or ageless.
It's called generations privately taught, and taught real history, instead of that Prussian bullshit. If the masses are indoctrinated, you don't think the sons and daughters of the elite can't be indoctrinated into the schemes of their parents? They have everything to gain: unlimited wealth and power.
since this seems a p red pilled thread for a change
/pol/ isn't red pilled on statistics and it's an almost impossible thing to do
DONT TRUST STATISTICS
Statistics are a field of science of themself, and statistics can and will be doctored in order to fulfill the requirements.
Also, there's something called expert avaluation, doctored statistics can be used for this, some retarded shill professor, the most new phenomenon 'experts'. Experts have zero value, it means nothing to be an expert. It simply expert evaluation.
Only actual chains of causality you can understand with simple reason (even though it might take some time to process), not a doctors degree, are trustable.
Real pictures or images in speech/ figurative speech, are the most simple tool of mind control. Don't trust anyone who just posts an image with a one liner (at best a simple opinion you can repeat then).
I'm fucking educating you retarded niggers who think the US created the internet.
It's the combination of work by CERN, Cyclades, DARPA, NPL, and many individuals. It was not put together by the US, it was not designed to allow communication in the event of a nuclear war.
It was pretty much a complete accident brought about by the need for computers to talk to each other for research/business efficiency purposes.
By the time you've figured out what we've done it will already be too late.
Too bad you don't know the history of said monsters.
>Encourage wild wild west feelings
>Nevermind, we were watching you the whole time
Yay, now we've blackmailed the entire western world!
>first put out the bait >>35875218 >>35875332
>keep it mysterious
>never impose yourself, let people ask for it >>35875442
>the whole thing turns out to be completely unrelated to the topic >>35875696
>too much to process
completely distracted from the issue of discussion
Right now you've got to realize its still humans managing all that data and information. When they create AI, what will the AI do with all the information on every human in the world?
I don't think our black ops guys even know the answer to that.
The Greek researcher Herodotus wrote: “There is a place in Arabia, situated very near the city of Buto, to which I went, on hearing of some winged serpents; and when I arrived there, I saw bones and spines of serpents, in such quantities as it would be impossible to describe. The form of the serpent is like that of the water-snake; but he has wings without feathers, and as like as possible to the wings of a bat.” (Herodotus, Historiae, tr. Henry Clay, 1850, pp. 75-76.) Herodotus has been called “the Father of History” because he was the first historian we know who collected his materials systematically and then tested them for accuracy.
The first century Greek historian Strabo, who traveled and researched extensively throughout the Mediterranean and Near East, wrote a treatise on geography. He explained that in India “there are reptiles two cubits long with membranous wings like bats, and that they too fly by night, discharging drops of urine, or also of sweat, which putrefy the skin of anyone who is not on his guard;” (Strabo, Geography: Book XV: “On India,” Chap. 1, No. 37, AD 17, pp. 97-98.) Strabos account may have been based in part on the earlier work of Megasthenes (ca 350 – 290 BC) who traveled to India and states that there are “snakes (ophies) with wings, and that their visitations occur not during the daytime but by night, and that they emit urine which at once produces a festering wound on any body on which it may happen to drop.” (Aelianus, Greek Natural History:On Animals, 3rd century AD, 16.41.)
Dude chill out I already posted about DARPA and I am not a sockpuppet
For what reason? It's not like we have a basis for comparison, but I have to assume that emotional intelligence is not necessary for a species, natural or artificial, to cooperate. Ants cooperate, build and wage war without empathy.
How am i not chill for pointing out a really easy scheme? How is that not again distracting?
Those steps are easy to understand.
Now you even use some expert evaluation in order to make your completely unrelated point seem more profound.
It's still not in any way related to the topic.
Prolly when they bite you trip so hard you think you fly.
>among other things
Sounds like you don't even know what you're talking about.
I think it was pretty tenuous. DARPA gave money to a university regarding games as training research. Some people at the university have connections to zoe quinn and others.
Likely a coincidence being stretched further than it should.
I duno what the latest spin is, in OP its obviously new age inter galactic alien theme but its original inception is fairly well documented, provide redundant communications links to elite priests and politicians during and presumably after WW3. It has obviously mutated far beyond original intent, the first mutation was the rapid high speed redundant sharing of massive libraries in the edu domain actually.
Conspiracy theories aside its really up to civilization and humanity what happens with it in the end, all technology is a means to and end, the question is what shall be the end?
No, the evidence is your post. You frankly expect people to forget. This chan was taken over cause a sellout's a sellout. I forgive it, you know. A vanity and a blowing of wind. :U
I see they read the /g/ infograph about the benifits of blue LED case fans