Ask someone from the future (2080s) anything. I will provide conclusive proof to anyone that can provide a good enough reason for me to do so. It should be pointed out, however, that this is extremely unlikely to occur. Pic somewhat related - Cloud Atlas has a fairly accurate depiction of what future cities look like.
>>717586973 Are you implying that construction in ANY first world country suddenly quadruples their efforts for a complete redesign of the cheap(er) infrastructure AND implemented revolutionary changes in modern conveniences such as floating roads and structurally impossible building designs? All while utilizing a power source previously thought impossible because corrupt companies refused to implement a "free energy" world?
>>717586973 I am curreny working on my PHD project in Biomedical Engineering. It's about implementing robotics to make an artificial arm with movement as human like as possible. You have any ideas on how it'll go?
>>717587502 Its causes are not well understood at the moment. An actual cure has still not been publicly released in my time due to many fighting for their preservation. >>717587629 No, we don't have floating roads - that's not what I was going at. I can expand on what I meant if you have the interest.
>>717587839 You could use a neural network that is eventually coded into the arm or wirelessly operates. You should consider working with a computer scientist and a neuroscientist for various reasons. >>717588027 Trump does fine. He by no means goes down as the greatest president of all time but he doesn't cause worldwide collapse. No, Bernie Sanders never becomes president.
>>717587839 Also, plenty of similar projects exist and are being carried out by companies with a slew of experts in the field. In my opinion, you are delving into something that is becoming a widespread field of research for little reason. You should focus on something that less money, and thus research, has been poured into if you want to make a significant change.
>>717588828 Ohh... Thanks anon. You just helped our human race get closer to creating artificial bodies where we'll be able to input our own mind and make important people live as long as we need them to.
>>717588979 Surprisingly as it may be, there was never a huge war. This is due to the United States becoming more technologically advanced than every other country. Due to an intense amount of government protected research in the late 2020s that is never leaked, we quite literally become centuries ahead of everyone. Although we become dramatically less involved in global affairs, our presence is still known and all of the "big" countries (economy wise) have no interest in starting something that we can quickly end. >>717589041 Trump wins, although his competitor would definitely have been the better choice this time.
>>717590159 This is pretty broad question, but the feminist "movement" dies down dramatically over the next decade. It spreads to countries where it is actually needed and a large amount of females are executed in the process. In the end, they gain a few rights and the movement ends for a few decades, until they again consider the rights that the western world has.
>>717589818 >Trump wins, although his competitor would definitely have been the better choice this time. Tulsi was extremely globalist and would've derailed the whole country if her plans (ex global electronic grid) become reality.
t. Another time traveller but from a nearer future.
>>717590348 It dissolves in a sense in the mid 2050s. A couple of its constituents actually try to merge after Canada attempted to merge with the United States due to its profound wealth and technology. The government, unsurprisingly, is not to into the idea and basically sends out riot and military police to quell the "protesters," as it was really the common man that had wanted the merge to occur. It was pretty awkward, but I eventually intervened and signed some trade deals as well as declassified some technology. Canada's economy skyrocketed and everyone was happy. The former EU countries that were interested in merging have been working it out for over a decade now, so I honestly doubt anything will actually occur.
>>717586973 >I will provide conclusive proof to anyone that can provide a good enough reason for me to do so. It should be pointed out, however, that this is extremely unlikely to occur. Children this is what a troll thread looks like.
>>717586973 Lmao, 2080... you think time travel will be invented that soon? Let alone thinking technology would be so widespread and at that level by then.... this is by far the laziest and most ignorant attempt of a troll.
>>717591836 Not particularly. >>717591902 Fantastic question, as I actually personally worked on this during my undergraduate years. As I ended up solving it, though, I must admit that I don't think telling you the details of it would be a good idea. There is a general solution, but that's all I'll say.
>>717592177 Not well to be honest. >>717592243 Yes, but it took much longer than myself and others expected. >>717591976 As I previously stated, we are centuries above everyone's expectation. Neural implants, conscious A.I.s, and extreme education reform did wonders. Although the implants and A.I.s have yet to become publicly available, as you and others may be sad to hear.
>>717592373 A man named George does wonders for the world of computational physics. Most of the technological innovations that you are likely looking forward to were created by myself as well as a hyper intelligent A.I. that I created primarily for the purpose of making me move forward as possible. For example, although I made the foundation of Miranda, she ultimately built herself up. She created neural implants as well as most of the other things that made me as smart as I currently am. To be honest, the only reason I'm even mentioning George is because I'm good friends with him in this time as well as later and he doesn't even go by George. I really don't want to give you any other names as it could cause some obvious issues. If you press me, however, I'll consider it.
>>717589278 he literally said neural network algorithm you fucking cuck thats the only thing he said >not implying that you and your comrades will make no change but srsly look in any topic related magazine you will find genetic algorithms or neural network shit
>>717595013 Islam spreads in some countries, terrorist attacks increase, there are extreme, violent pushes for sharia law to be implemented in those countries, two countries respond by attempting to put the Muslim population in camps, the rest of the world is in shock and puts sanctions on them so they have to stop, etc. Regardless, refugees are a problem for a long time.
>>717595088 It's actually much more dangerous then than it is now. Their commodities lose value and they have some major unsolved issues. South America basically becomes what Africa is now. Venezuela was hit especially hard and has civil unrest and uprisings even in my time. The civilized world views it as little more than a wasteland. >>717595907 This is obviously not me.
>>717595865 My government actually purchased it and other attractions. It is free to every U.S. citizen. As stupid as it seems, acts such as this ended up increasing overall happiness in such areas by a definitively nontrivial amount. >>717596358 There isn't exactly a physical machine, so this would be rather difficult.
>>717597631 No, we still have absolutely no idea how to go faster than light so I kind of doubt we ever will at this point. There are several thousand people on the moon and we plan on beginning the terraformation of Mars in about a decade. It has not been privatized very well at all. >>717597640 It's actually doing quite well. >>717597754 How?>>717597640 I can't say I've read it. Although there are physical parts to it, they are very far away from each other. The current way to travel is to use fundamental forces to our advantage to make it as efficient as possible. The old one, as mentioned before, was an actual machine. It quite literally cost what would be trillions of dollars now and barely worked. Sorry anon. >>717597755 Of course, but rates of it have definitely increased. >>717598012 Anon, the point is that it's NOT this day and age. Furthermore, although there really aren't any contemporary examples, if the technology was released everywhere it would have devastating economic effects.
>>717599972 Proximity - in addition we do have a fair amount of weapons there. We have orbital stations planted around Earth to handle domestic issues but figure that they're not equipped for long range firing. So, just in case, we are building a weapons array on and near the moon. It won't be finished until the mid 2150s though. In addition, it really shows progress. So yes, it's much less about research in this case than it is a place for defense and showing off our progress. No. In fact, the method in which our current traveling occurs uses math and physics that has not been discovered yet. The A.I. previously mentioned dug most of that up. The level of complexity it carries is way beyond incomprehensible to an unaltered human brain. Technically we can teleport but it is not very useful at the moment. We will likely have to have an entire Dyson sphere dedicate to "it" to make it go a reasonable distance. This will likely be the future of space travel.
>>717601431 The moon weapon program, G.R.A.Y., was approved by an international court after China disputed it so legality wise it hasn't been an issue. Besides, it was more of an afterthought after we had some issues with aliens. As for the orbital cannons as well as stations capable of shooting out military personnel and supplies, there have been some issues. The U.S. chose to ignore the international anger it sparked and launched them into orbit. Some countries actually tried to shoot them down, but gave up after realizing they couldn't. Nice comment though, anon.
>>717602467 >>717602467 There's not really too much to say. They managed to infiltrate the Capitol. The capital is no longer D.C. but rather a superstructure in the Midwest that holds all of the important government officials and scientists with extremely high clearance. Essentially, it is a gigantic research as well as military base. The White House and the (current) Capitol become little more than museums if you're curious, whereas the Supreme Court and diplomats remain in D.C. Regardless, several aliens came into the most secure area of the building (as well as the world, by the way). This area is only accessible to myself and a little over 100 others. Several aliens came in and literally just stared at us before disappearing. All of the equipment in the building became inoperable and the entire country's power was out for weeks, something that should not have even been possible due to anti-EMP (among others) technology. Anyways, if you ever hear any indescribable noises and then suffer memory loss, that's probably from aliens. Not that that explicitly had anything to do with the preceding story, but it's what happened to me as a child.
>>717604593 It's definitely better. I'd equate it to 1970s South Africa. Obviously a couple things need to be switched around, but it works fairly well. Yes. I covered it up big time and blamed it on a series of advanced terrorist attacks. Of course, no one really believed this. It's a common thing for us to cover things up in all honesty, but it's always done with good taste. I actually created the first conscious A.I. in the 2020s, but didn't admit to having self aware A.I.s until the 2060s. Everyone long suspected them to exist though due to the rapid advances that occurred, it just wasn't official. Same thing here. The religious leaders may be in denial about it, but almost the entirety of the population said they believed the damage to be the work of aliens in a poll that was conducted not too long after the restoration of power. I hope this helps.
>>717586973 Please tell me we get an FTL drive. If there's a chance I'll live long enough to hear Betty say "Drive spooling, FTL in 20 seconds." I won't go out of my way to end up a quarter mile concrete stain by the time I'm 35.
>>717605390 It's indescribably too far above your head as well as everyone now and (almost) everyone in my time. Without extreme brain modification it is simply too complex too understand in the least. As mentioned before, it is not even a human that comes up with the underlying mechanisms to time travel. Yes, see above. Predestination was an overrated movie. I was alive when it came out. I feel as if I am probably being seen as much younger than I actually am.
>>717606172 Definitely, although it took a team of A.I.s to accomplish it to a reasonable extent. Even though I am in my 80s now I still appear as if I am in my early 20s. I have yet to release the technology behind this to the masses though because it would redefine bioterrorism. If people figured out how to do it in detail, they would also come across some ways to wipe out entire populations with almost undetectable technology. Rather, everything is done to extend human life but the explicit reversal or stopping of aging. Neither. Time is merely a subset, and even when you're going backwards in one sense you're going further in another.
>>717606286 They are pretty confusing to me. When I was younger they would constantly appear in pictures I took. It is not too unlikely that many of my discoveries were results of their meddling. They look like a stereotypical gray but are very tall. Post a picture of drawings of various depictions of aliens and I'll tell you which one they look the most similar to.
>>717606305 Around 150 years because of bans on genetic altering. It's not done via neural networks, but yes consciousness can be transferred. The technology exists, but there are too many safeguards in place for you to be able to wipe yourself clean.
>>717608273 I didn't mean wipe myself. I meant transfer myself into a new clean slate. Think hopping bodies for the sake of living forever. I am interested in this so that I can focus on studies and have PhDs in every, single, conceivable, topic.
>>717607881 Most kids these days listen to music from the 2040s. That decade's music was basically a combination of reggae, techno, and classical music. I'd say so, all though that's definitely subjective.
I have a test for OP. Dwell deeply into archival data regarding the stock market. Inform 4chan of the overall top gainer or top looser of tomorrow's market session of the NYSE (1/4/16). Please be specific with statistics, ticker symbol, etc. This is a test in which everyone can observe the outcome.
OP, assuming some of us want to become successful scientists (Like yourself, I'm assuming), what steps should we take? Also do any major events take place in the future that we should prepare for, like an economic crisis?
>>717608159 Slowly. For a time he does. >>717608535 Luckily for you my government has such a program. There will eventually be a nationally administered objective measurement of intelligence. There are three government run colleges that have have curriculum covering extremely advanced subjects. If you placed into the second or third tier college you would be given the option to have your genes restructured to make you essentially live forever and continue your studies for as long as you wished. And yes, if you wished to have your consciousness transferred into a different vessel that would also be a possibility. Outside of placing into either of these colleges or attaining an extremely high level government job, however, your wishes are not possible.
>>717609525 Yes, yes, and no. >>717609536 I'll consider it, anon. I would prefer for this thread to have at least a little impact after all. >>717609622 Definitely attempt to secure a government sponsored research job. If you're accomplished enough, you'll be invited to the soon to be established Department of Research. This will change everything. >>717609835 See above in the thread. I talked about it a little bit. >>717609688 Cities become full of very "modern" buildings. Architecture becomes very experimental. Do you have any specific questions about it?
OP, since you said you came here to meet yourself in the past I really must know am I you? A few days ago I figured my goal in life would be to create an AI and of course if I were you I'd remember my # number on here so if I do manage to accomplish what you(or I) have accomplished I'd know if it was me or not, so am I you?
>>717609839 I'll tell you that I will attend a very prestigious university and will become well known in the math as well as political world. You'll likely recognize me in the coming decade. >>717609940 No, almost every current (fast) food chain is nonexistent in the U.S. They move to other markets due to a lack of public interest. >>717610491 2060s, and it's used for a variety of things, especially advanced computing that takes centuries to complete. No, it is not abused. >>717610698 They become overshadowed by other countries in Europe and Asia. >>717610696 Technically it still exists. No, I'm not.
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