Ben Franklin and Rosicrucian Dragons - Trepanning

Written by Robert Bruce Baird

Ben Franklin will always appear to be a great man and he was that indeed. But he was not justrepparttar founder of America or The Enlightenment Experiment. He was one ofrepparttar 148402 founders ofrepparttar 148403 New World Order along with Pierre Dupont de Nemours who he negotiatedrepparttar 148404 armistice to endrepparttar 148405 British campaign against their former colony. This in fact lead to a union and alliance that still rulesrepparttar 148406 world but in a far more complete manner thanrepparttar 148407 British Empire ever did. I have dealt with many intrigues he was part of and I have personally enjoyed conversing with his descendants. His drawing ofrepparttar 148408 line to include Isle Royale as part ofrepparttar 148409 United States is very important as any reader of my book onrepparttar 148410 Old Copper culture will know. He was a man who enjoyed his sex andrepparttar 148411 rituals ofrepparttar 148412 Rosicrucian Dragons a great deal more than most. Inrepparttar 148413 following quote from an article in The Guardian we see ‘trepanning’ again. Of courserepparttar 148414 authors might think this is only part of some anatomical research but I suspect it is part of sexual and psycho-spiritual rituals just as I have shown occurred in these nether regions of esoteric behaviour for many millennia. The trepanned head ofrepparttar 148415 Merovingian King Dagobert allowed him greater psychic attunement and despite Franklin having been part ofrepparttar 148416 witch hunt against Anton Mesmer and his use or exposure of these secrets I know Franklin understood what trepanning really was suited to achieve. And I know they are reported to still eat human thalami at some meetings ofrepparttar 148417 Skull and Bones Society. Sir Laurence Gardner makes it clear that store bought desiccated animal sources do not serve their needs as well as human brain parts do.

“Benjamin Franklin's house:repparttar 148418 naked truth

Restoration reveals secrets of American campaigner

Maev Kennedy, arts and heritage correspondent

Monday August 11, 2003 The Guardian

Some time in 2005 visitors will be able to visitrepparttar 148419 tall narrow Georgian house inrepparttar 148420 heart of London where Benjamin Franklin once sat stark naked byrepparttar 148421 large first floor sash windows, "air bathing" and thinking about bifocals, electricity, economics, American politics, British diplomacy, or how to getrepparttar 148422 fire in his back room to draw better.

It is a fair bet that however passionately interestedrepparttar 148423 visitors are inrepparttar 148424 political history of American independence, andrepparttar 148425 intellectual history ofrepparttar 148426 Age of Enlightenment, what will transfix them isrepparttar 148427 windowless basement room, once part ofrepparttar 148428 garden.

Artificial Intelligence And Intuition

Written by Abraham Thomas

The intuitive algorithm

Roger Penrose considered it impossible. Thinking could never imitate a computer process. He said as much in his book, The Emperor's New Mind. But, a new book, The Intuitive Algorithm, (IA), suggested that intuition was a pattern recognition process. Intuition propelled information through many neural regions like a lightning streak. Data moved from input to output in a reported 20 milliseconds. The mind saw, recognized, interpreted and acted. Inrepparttar blink of an eye. Myriad processes converted light, sound, touch and smell instantly into your nerve impulses. A dedicated region recognized those impulses as objects and events. The limbic system, another region, interpreted those events to generate emotions. A fourth region responded to those emotions with actions. The mind perceived, identified, evaluated and acted. Intuition got you offrepparttar 148095 hot stove in a fraction of a second. And it could be using a simple algorithm.

Is instant holistic evaluation impossible?

The system, with over a hundred billion neurons, processedrepparttar 148096 information from input to output in just half a second. All your knowledge was evaluated. Walter Freeman,repparttar 148097 famous neurobiologist, defined this amazing ability. "The cognitive guys think it's just impossible to keep throwing everything you've got intorepparttar 148098 computation every time. But, that is exactly whatrepparttar 148099 brain does. Consciousness is about bringing your entire history to bear on your next step, your next breath, your next moment." The mind was holistic. It evaluated all its knowledge forrepparttar 148100 next activity. How could so much information be processed so quickly? Where could such knowledge be stored?

Exponential growth ofrepparttar 148101 search path

Unfortunately,repparttar 148102 recognition of subtle patterns posed formidable problems for computers. The difficulty was an exponential growth ofrepparttar 148103 recognition search path. The problems inrepparttar 148104 diagnosis of diseases was typical. Normally, many shared symptoms were presented by a multitude of diseases. For example, pain, or fever could be indicated for many diseases. Each symptom pointed to several diseases. The problem was to recognize a single pattern among many overlapping patterns. When searching forrepparttar 148105 target disease,repparttar 148106 first selected ailment withrepparttar 148107 first presented symptom could lackrepparttar 148108 second symptom. This meant back and forth searches, which expanded exponentially asrepparttar 148109 database of diseases increased in size. That maderepparttar 148110 process absurdly long drawn – theoretically, even years of search, for extensive databases. So, in spite of their incredible speed, rapid pattern recognition on computers could never be imagined.

The Intuitive Algorithm

But, industry strength pattern recognition was feasible. IA introduced an algorithm, which could instantly recognize patterns in extended databases. The relationship of each member ofrepparttar 148111 whole database was coded for each question.

(Is pain a symptom ofrepparttar 148112 disease?)

Disease1Y, Disease2N, Disease3Y, Disease 4Y, Disease5N, Disease6N, Disease7Y, Disease8N, Disease9N, Disease10N, Disease11Y, Disease12Y, Disease13N, Disease14U, Disease15Y, Disease16N, Disease17Y, Disease18N, Disease19N, Disease20N, Disease21N, Disease22Y, Disease23N, Disease24N, Disease25U, Disease26N, Disease27N, Disease28U, Disease27Y, Disease30N, Disease31U, Disease32Y, Disease33Y, Disease34U, Disease35N, Disease36U, Disease37Y, Disease38Y, Disease39U, Disease40Y, Disease41Y, Disease42U, Disease43N, Disease44U, Disease45Y, Disease46N, Disease47N, Disease48Y,

(Y = Yes: N = No: U = Uncertain)

The key was to use elimination to evaluaterepparttar 148113 database, not selection. Every member ofrepparttar 148114 database was individually coded for elimination inrepparttar 148115 context of each answer.

(Is pain a symptom ofrepparttar 148116 disease? Answer: YES)

Disease1Y, xxxxxxN, Disease3Y, Disease4Y, xxxxxx5N, xxxxxx6N, Disease7Y, xxxxxx8N, xxxxxx9N, xxxxxx0N, Disease11Y, Disease12Y, xxxxxx13N, Disease14U, Disease15Y, xxxxxx16N, Disease17Y, xxxxxx18N, xxxxxx19N, xxxxxx20N, xxxxxx21N, Disease22Y, xxxxxx23N, xxxxxx24N, Disease25U, xxxxxx26N, xxxxxx27N, Disease28U, Disease27Y, xxxxxx30N, Disease31U, Disease32Y, Disease33Y, Disease34U, xxxxxx35N, Disease36U, Disease37Y, Disease38Y, Disease39U, Disease40Y, Disease41Y, Disease42U, xxxxxx43N, Disease 44U, Disease45Y, xxxxxx46N, xxxxxx47N, Disease 48Y,

(All "N" Diseases eliminated.)

For disease recognition, if an answer indicated a symptom, IA eliminated all diseases devoid ofrepparttar 148117 symptom. Every answer eliminated, narrowingrepparttar 148118 search to reach diagnosis.

(Is pain a symptom ofrepparttar 148119 disease? Answer: NO)

xxxxxx1Y, Disease2N, xxxxxx3Y, xxxxxx4Y, Disease5N, Disease6N, xxxxxx7Y, Disease8N, Disease9N, Disease10N, xxxxxx11Y, xxxxx12Y, Disease13N, Disease14U, xxxxxx15Y, Disease16N, xxxxxx17Y, Disease18N, Disease19N, Disease20N, Disease21N, xxxxxx22Y, Disease23N, Disease24N, Disease25U, Disease26N, Disease27N, Disease28U, xxxxxx27Y, Disease30N, Disease31U, xxxxxx32Y, xxxxxx33Y, Disease34U, Disease35N, Disease36U, xxxxxx37Y, xxxxxx38Y, Disease39U, xxxxxx40Y, xxxxxx41Y, Disease42U, Disease43N, Disease 44U, xxxxxx45Y, Disease46N, Disease47N, xxxxxx48Y,

(All "Y" Diseases eliminated.)

Ifrepparttar 148120 symptom was absent, IA eliminated all diseases which always exhibitedrepparttar 148121 symptom. Diseases, which randomly presentedrepparttar 148122 symptom were retained in both cases. Sorepparttar 148123 process handled uncertainty –repparttar 148124 “Maybe” answer, which normal computer programs could not handle.

(A sequence of questions narrows down to Disease27 -repparttar 148125 answer.)

xxxxxx1Y, xxxxxx2N, xxxxxx3Y, xxxxxx4Y, xxxxxx5N, xxxxxx6N, xxxxxx7Y, xxxxxx8N, xxxxxx9N, xxxxxx10N, xxxxxx11Y, xxxxxx12Y, xxxxxx13N, xxxxxx14U, xxxxxx15Y, xxxxxx16N, xxxxxx17Y,xxxxxx18N, xxxxxx19N, xxxxxx20N, xxxxxx21N, xxxxxx22Y, xxxxxx23N, xxxxxx24N, xxxxxx25U, xxxxxx26N, xxxxxx27N, xxxxxx28U, Disease27Y, xxxxxx30N, xxxxxx31U, xxxxxx32Y, xxxxxx33Y, xxxxxx34U, xxxxxx35N, xxxxxx36U, xxxxxx37Y, xxxxxx38Y, xxxxxx39U, xxxxxx40Y, xxxxxx41Y, xxxxxx42U, xxxxxx43N, xxxxxx44U, xxxxxx45Y, xxxxxx46N, xxxxxx47N, xxxxxx48Y.

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