“Is it possibly true that they have implanted these nanobots into our drinking water, our processed foods, and these are the miniaturized machines being released into our atmosphere by chemtrail planes? Scientists and researchers say, Yes it is possible that they are doing these things. New information is coming out every day supporting the theory that they are in the process of infecting all of humanity. What happens when these miniaturized self-replicating machines entangle themselves within the neurons in our brains? That is what these two videos are about, please follow the information very carefully. Do not make a judgment until after you have seen the two videos and make up your own mind regarding the pieces of evidence that are presented.”
Patrick Ireland – Publisher of www.patrickirelandsreviews.com
AI Can Now Self-Reproduce—Should Humans Be Worried? | Eric Weinstein
“Those among us who fear world domination at the metallic hands of super-intelligent AI have gotten a few steps ahead of themselves. We might actually be outsmarted first by fairly dumb AI, says Eric Weinstein. Humans rarely create products with a reproductive system—you never have to worry about waking up one morning to see that your car has spawned a new car in the driveway (and if it did: cha-ching!), but artificial intelligence has the capability to respond to selective pressures, to self-replicate and spawn daughter programs that we may not easily be able to terminate. Furthermore, there are examples in nature of organisms without brains parasitizing more complex and intelligent organisms, like the mirror orchid. Rather than spend its energy-producing costly nectar as a lure, it merely fools the bee into mating with its lower petal through pattern imitation: this orchid hijacks the bee’s brain to meet its own agenda. Weinstein believes all the elements necessary for AI programs to parasitize humans and have us serve its needs already exists, and although it may be a “crazy-sounding future problem which no humans have ever encountered,” Weinstein thinks it would be wise to devote energy to these possibilities that are not as often in the limelight.”
My name is Patrick Ireland, living in the Philippines with my wife and two daughters. I have been studying the web for over a decade. Now that I am 60 years old, I am starting to apply some of the knowledge that I have gained.
"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to never stop questioning." -Einstein.