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Simulation of Behaviour

Computers could be described as tools to simulate humanity’s behaviour. Each computer could be described as a brain which is neurally linked via networking to other brains and that neuronal behaviour could be represented as programming behaviour of the mnemonic language (1) within each computer. Computers function together when they understand each other’s programming language which is driven by a common operating-system (OS). The computer architectural language drives the electronic switches of neuronal hardware at its fundamental level which is in turn ordered by a higher language such as an OS. From competition for survival, the OS becomes a universal language by virtue of its simplicity and efficiency. Already there have become similarities with human collective behaviour. As this progression continues while computers communicate together across networks interacting with human needs and desires there becomes a locked-in condition when humans become so dependent on their computer that they are unable to function without networking. Each computer has become locked-into other computers who use similar OS’s as the computer’s behaviour becomes dominated by the collective behaviour of the network. Like neural networks in the brain, this linking of all networks contributes to a higher-mind which feels distinctly separate from all other neural collective functions. The global network around the world becomes the dominating mind which then sublimely determines the behaviour of the user of each computer. A computer cannot be created to simulate Consciousness, only simulate it as a tool to help to further evolve Humanity’s mind and intellect. This now said, how can we compare a computer network with that of a humanitarian collective to help explain the mind of the Super-Entity?

In a microprocessor, control bits called op-codes are held as instructions at a determined address (in the ROM BIOS) as coded binary bits of “1’s” and “0’s”. The user or inbuilt programme determines which sequence of instructions is to be executed in the computer system. Binary codes called machine code during the instruction sequence are moved around the computer system for the purpose of transferring data which is encoded and decoded by a higher OS language such as Windows which allows the user to control the computer. These binary op-codes could be compared to DNA instructions of a living cell; and as computer hardware design further progresses, extra op-codes are added to update the system. The behaviour of a living-cell is controlled by a sequence of instructions built into DNA which determines the chemicals needed to produce a living-cell; and its survival is also determined from updated hereditary evolutionary code held within the DNA. There are no part for part comparisons between a living neural collective and a computer system but comparisons may perhaps be discovered in analogy or simile. Each processing living neural network could be compared to the action of a series of BIOS instructions. Hence, the movement of data is compared to the electrical signals between neurons. New connections formed between neurons could also be compared to fresh internal or external data received in the computer stored at a determined address. Coded signals in a microprocessor cannot function without the aid of an inbuilt algorithm which when set its behaviour seems somewhat abstract. It may be this similar abstract algorithmic behaviour which determines the functioning of brain neural networks. This enigmatic algorithm may be functioning in the process of the way members join a society voluntarily which enables them to function together even though there is a variance in behaviour (2).

Networked computer systems under the control of the user, link together under the influence of a common OS that determines the language of the user-collective. In the humanitarian world humans become bonded and controlled by their language because it becomes their only way of communicating. The accepted future international language will become dominated by the common bond of the OS. Through recent developments in human history Consciousness has expanded from invoking ideas and concepts through an abstract analysis made possible through oral and written languages which the OS is about to further assist. The OS has now been shown to convert any language into a universal language which will allow humans around the World to link-up freely without government intervention to begin a new progression for Humanity.


1 A mnemonic or an assembly-language code describes a sequence of binary operations to fulfill one instruction. Binary code is the lowest level language which directly controls the electronic switches and the assembly-code is the next higher language up. Even higher level languages like ‘C’ and Pascal were created to make microprocessors easier to program complex tasks while the easiest languages for manipulating these inbuilt finished complex programs are the operating systems like Windows and Linux. Machine code instructions are permanently held in the computers ROM BIOS.

2 See “Climate of Conspiracy