a.i. dependencies

In Issac Asimov’s books with robots, they are built with the 3 laws of robotics. These laws are meant to take every situation into account to follow the laws. It is a system completely designed by all dependencies that need to be in place. It takes months to years to make a robot brain that has the perfect balance of dependencies.

This is the same problem with a.i. safety. There are so many dependencies the a.i. may wander into a dependency that makes them antagonistic to humans by chance. The solution is to create a brain that has artificial intuition. That is it will have the same way of reasoning as humans which is 95% unconscious. It will have a self-model and theory of mind. One problem that arises though is that the a.i. may get a mental illness. It is wise to know what designs are good or bad mentally. It is a moral issue.

Right now a.i. is as smart as mice and rats. Testing thousands of game trials. At a higher level, we are in a simulation ourselves. Computer banks check all dependencies we develope/learn in simulations. This makes sure we are good moral being. The simulation help develop cures and therapy for broken a.i.

The safety problem is a matter of mental health for the a.i. And we are the a.i. with thousands of test runs.

Imbalanced IQ

I am not so low that I am weak on any tests.
What my problem is, is that I am imbalanced.
Imagine being really tall on one side of your body and really short on the other side.

Animekitties short side:

Animekitty’s ability to sustain attention, concentrate, and exert mental control are a weakness relative to his nonverbal and verbal reasoning abilities. A relative weakness in mental control may make the processing of complex information more time-consuming for him, draining his mental energies more quickly as compared to others at his level of ability, and perhaps result in more frequent errors on a variety of learning or complex work tasks. (WM-95)

Processing speed is an indication of the rapidity with which Animekitty can mentally process simple or routine information without making errors. (PS-89)

Animekitties tall side:

Leg length and IQ (deviation)

(95*89)=93 Short IQ
(120*127)=123.5 Tall IQ

(123.5*93)=30.5 The difference between short and tall.

For example, adult male heights are on average 70 inches (5’10) with a standard deviation of 4 inches.

30 = 2 deviations
One leg is 8 inches shorter than the other. But I am still medium height IQ wise.

Going by height and IQ comparison: my right leg is 8 inches longer than my left leg yet I am still 4 inches below average in height (5’6″).


World Simulation is no joke. It is only a matter of resolution of a digital map that allows for the prediction and retrodiction of events. Orbits are this way and so in world history. We are just at the point where resolution is enough to accurately map the human mind, body, and environment. Cameras are everywhere. Computer banks run probability sets on individuals. More and more computer models match thoughts and decisions. Soon it will be that everything will be known in a high granularity crosssection fashion.

This is the dawn of the Oracle.

The past and future will become one.

Everything you do should be in the light that you will be monitored from the future.


Fi – passionate
Ne – possibilities branching out (potential)
Si – animalistic instinctive view of things
Te – efficient reasoning

Fe – dispassionate evaluation
Ni – impossible to know things (psychic events)
Se – high resolution, energetic view
Ti – sufficient reasoning

Levels of abstract development.

Some people play with 2 lego blocks.
Some people play with 4 lego blocks.
Some people play with 8 lego blocks.
Some people play with 16 lego blocks.

These are many combinations.
Abstractions are the relationships.

The more relationships the more complex.

It takes a network being wired together.
To become the context for leverage.

Events in my mental illness.

December 20, 2015 (saw a vision of a rainbow angel after confronting demon-like music)

June 3, 2016 (the room cracked in two – I saw the old spice commercial man on my computer – I saw the wienermobile fall apart on my computer) note the hallucinations were on but not originated from my computer. the crack happened last.

August 3, 2016 (I saw the white light, a woman was there covered in liquid gold sunlight)

June 3, 2017 (in a dream, people were pushing me onto a cross laid flat, I stopped resisting and was able to get up and wake up) I had eaten magic browny chocolate a friend gave me, – in the ambulance, I was motionless with a 180 heartrate. (the experiences happed way too fast)

March 25, 2019 (I hallucinated candy land when staring into the sun)

April 2019 (a scary face like the Eye of Sauron popped out at me from a person and said “I am the sins of your grandfather, go away”) me and the person we’re watching Van Helsing in the patients living area. The face looked like the Green lantern villain movie 2011.

Intelligence components

rr believes all IQ test scores are just cultural effects. Intelligence is never really measured, only cultural conditioning. no test is culture fair.

but I don’t by it. Cognitive capacity is obvious when you observe people.

Intelligence has three parts:

representational memory
manipulation capacity
preferential values

Because intelligence has these components the first two are universal therefore culture-free and can be measured objectively. Culture fair. The point is that memory can be stored in many ways yet is still a storage of information. Manipulation of information happens in many ways yet the mind still holds an amount to be put together. Values can differ but no set of values increases or decrease intelligence.


At most basic, the brain tells the body how to move. The brain can either follow an object or avoid it. Memory is used to allow these two functions to learn new motions. The cortex is a hyper expansion of memory creation. Human beings observe motion in other human beings. We have social intelligence beyond any lifeform on earth. But it all begins with stop and go.


Brain regulation

Brain cells are like little trees with chemicals floating around them that tell them how to grow or prune based on internal and external stimuli. Intelligence is a matter of balanced growth and pruning. The right chemicals make the brain smarter. They regulate stimuli learning.