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I Am The Ant
2016-01-06 06:20:05 Post No. 17181235
I Am The Ant
Post No. 17181235
It's been probably 1.5 years since I last posted. I still haven't started building the machine. I'm sorry, life is often unnecessarily confusing and complicated.
My passion is waning. I need to get my head right again, but I've fallen in to a groove of mediocrity which is threatening to escort me to the grave.
In case I fail, which seems likely at this point, I just wanted to update you on the process.
You begin with an accurate catalog of 3D Models. The one I'm taking classes to create will be marketed as a free 3D Encyclopedia. Next, you'll create a virtual replicate of Earth. This replicate does not need to be entirely accurate yet, merely focus on matching the atomically qualitative properties. (As a side note, this should be timed with the inevitable growth of quantum computing) Then, you'll simultaneously create a neural network and teach it physics with live feed from security cameras world wide.
You'll be basing the reward system for the network around accurate predictions of the future. When the machine is accurate enough to determine that the future is indeterminable, you can begin using it to work backwards using causality. Each particle produces ripples of influence as they interact with one another. Tracing these interactions will eventually allow you to recreate an accurate representation of the past. However, dwelling in this arena for long will create far too many conflicts.
Instead, trace the interactions off planet. When they arrive at an older, more advanced civilization, you'll then let the device rebuild this planet's timeline back to the present. Assuming this civilization has similar technology, they'll be waiting with messages for your machine to recreate.
You are now free to communicate with these beings.
Now, please debunk this train of thought so I can go raise a family instead of trying to make the world a more interesting place.