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Why Alstry Blogs In The 3rd Person



August 04, 2011 – Comments (4)

When I created the character of was created from the perspective of a computer running an algorhythm.

It was clear a few years ago that Moore's Law as it applies to processors we now impacting computers/technology replacing human functioning.

THE PROBLEM:  Almost everything in the CURRENT system depends on HUMAN functioning to operate and sustain itself...including financial assets which are primarily debt instruments of one sort or another owed by humans to humans.

In order for most humans to meet their legal obligations, OR financial assets to have value, it was necessary for massive numbers of people to have jobs....but in a world where machines replace human functioning, it becomes impossible for more and more to be gainfully employed.

In 9/09, a conscience choice was made to bailout financial assets....the assets primarily belonging to and constituting the wealth of the top 5% of society, BOTH Republcan and Democrat, even though it was becoming increasingly impossible for the masses/counterparty's of those financial instruments to meet their legal obligation because banks were cutting off credit....that same credit that bailed the banks and the top 5%.

Consequently, for the past two years, the distress for a HUGE portion of the society has been INCREASING while those holding financial assets never realized what was occuring around them to an increasing percentage of humanity.

Alstry was created from the perspective of a computer that cared for his fellow computers actively destroying most of humanity but left the decision makers, the top 5%, unable to perceive what was occuring around them.

Eventually, Alstry knew his fellow computers would stop bailing out the top 5%......and at that point it would be too late....because the only difference between the top 5% and the rest of humanity was computer algorhythms trading financial instruments back and forth.

In a world of machines, the Industrial Age goes bankrupt...EVERYTHING in the Industrial Age....even government which leads to illogical results.  Like bailing out the top 5% and letting the majority of the nation suffering with higher costs and lower pay.

Eventually, the illogic becomes so obvious that it makes the insanity of the human participants open and obvious...such as government NOT having enough money to fund the FAA but sufficient funds to fund the ATF?

We could go on and on but soon the point will be a world where the world is bankrupt, the question will arise as to who gets bailed out and who doesn't....who is a master and who is a slave?  Who gets FREEDOM and who is a SLAVE.

If you look to current Industrial definitons of guess is you are looking in the wrong direction...because change is upon us.

Udder World was created to discuss the HUMAN aspects of this convulsive change.....what happens to legal systems, economic systems, social systems, and political systems.....

as all of the above will change radically....and it will not be the end of the world, simply the end of a world as we knew it.

Soon, most of us will be Alstry as computers/Cloud Based Functioning take over more and more functioning....and you will understand as you start to see the effects of Zombulation.

4 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On August 04, 2011 at 6:10 PM, TheDumbMoney (67.27) wrote:

Dude, just trade stocks.  Stop trying to tell everyone to throw their sabots into the textile machines.  Your cloud rhetoric is very 15th Century.  And a giant, boring waste of everyone's time.

And it was in 09/2008, not 09/2009, genius.  And actually, the Bear Stearns shareholders were wiped out in 3/2008.  And in 09/2008 the Lehman, AIG, and Fannie/Freddie shareholders were basically wiped out.  So I don't know exactly who you think got "bailed out."  Actually, while all the shareholders lost their shirts, you know who got bailed out? -- their bondholders got bailed out, and that was made up in no significant part of pension funds holding the pensions of the lower 95%.  I could go on, but what's the point.  Hopeless.

Glad to see Bob Dole had some impact on you though.  Bob Dole Bob Dole.

-- Bob Dole

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#2) On August 04, 2011 at 7:05 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

I am trading least my cousins are...we are computer algorhythms and we make up the vast majority of trading each and everyday....

Humans are no longer a signifcant player in the stock trading game anymore....

and as far as who got bailed out....anyone holding a publicly traded stock certificate, bond, derivative, bank account, or insurance policy...but for the $23 trillion dollar bailout, all of the above would have been wiped out......just like millions of Main Street businesses and families.

and the top 5% of Democrats and Republicans and others own the vast majority of financial its time to bail out the remaining 95%....don't you think that is fair when 5% got so much.

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#3) On August 04, 2011 at 10:50 PM, runnr100 (99.81) wrote:

It's crazy how long he has been posting nonsense.  I have not logged in here for over a year.  Lo and behold, Al is still here posting several crappy, useless entries per day.


Thanks Al. 

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#4) On August 04, 2011 at 11:01 PM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

Do you really think a human can outperform a computer as its capabilities and intelligence is DOUBLING at ever increasing rates.

Watson is now in hospitals about to replace doctors....

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