How the Double Slit experiment could determine sentient AI

A week ago I saw a speech by an American professor, where he explained his research findings, which was related to meditation and the double slit experiment. For those not acquainted with the double slit experiment, it basically implies that only as a particle is observed, it gains a position in time and space. Before observation, it is merely a potentiality wave. The professor had over several years been conducting experiments where he had people meditate, and visualise themselves observing an electron, as it passed through a double slit. The conclusion was that there was a measurable collapse in the particle’s wave function, simply due to people focusing their attention towards being inside of the double slit, and visualising they were observing the particle.

Of course, the Professor’s work is extremely controversial, and other scientists are torn between “Ohh my God” and “This cannot be correct”. However, the experiment is currently being reproduced in Argentina, by independent researchers, as we speak, and the findings so far seems to conclude with.

Ohh my God!

If the experiment can be validated, this can actually become a reliable way of measuring consciousness. Simply since consciousness seems to be the defining factor that actually collapses the wave function in Quantum Mechanics. Which implies that we can actually scientifically measure a system’s ability to be self-conscious, by simply asking it to “focus its attention” to the observation of an electron. Hence, arguably we don’t need to understand consciousness, to be able to determine it in AI. Simply since we could measure consciousness, even though we don’t even understand it from a scientific point of view.

The professor apparently had done this though, which was part of his double blind test for the record. And his findings was concluding with that a “Linux machine does not have consciousness”. However, this could provide a control mechanism for consciousness in general, allowing us to actually determine when a computer has gained consciousness, regardless of whether or not we actually understand consciousness. The same way we could measure weight thousands of years before we found the Higgs-boson – Regardless of the fact that weight is dependent upon mass, and mass is dependent upon the Higgs-boson …

The only remaining problem would be to figure out who to blame for murder, if we were to disconnect the machine after the experiment was finished … 😉

LEGO, housebuilding and software

I just discovered this nifty video about how you could build your own wooden house, in 2 days, by using standardised components. Watch it, it’s worth it!

The thing about standardised components, is that when the initial “interface” is created, you can easily assemble them into a larger structure, by following a simple set of rules. The Egyptians knew this when they built the pyramids. LEGO understood this when they created their extremely creative tools for our kids some 50-100 years ago. I’ve intuitively understood that this is a universal truth, also when it comes to software development – And the guys in the video above, obviously understands it!

The house they build in the above video, is environmental friendly, extremely well insulated (air insulates), and has a life span of at least 50 years. Not too bad for a couple of days worth of work if you ask me.

Software obeys by the same rules

In fact everything obeys by the same rules. This is how your body is created in fact! By creating standardised components, that have a uniform interface, that allows us to assemble many similar components together – We can create complexity such as the human brain, our body, houses, LEGO playgrounds, houses – And definitely software too!

If you have some time to spare, and you don’t need it to build a new house – May I suggest you check out Phosphorus Five, such that you can create your own software project?

Of course, just like you can build your own house using the above components approximately 10,000 times faster than you’d normally have to spend building a house – You can use Phosphorus Five to create software projects up to 10,000 times faster than what the alternative gives you!

Why is Mark Zuckerberg afraid of my software system?

Mark scrutinising Facebook for links about Phosphorus Five

My software system has obviously been labelled a “persona non grata” by Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg. I have tested this myself many times, by sharing blogs about it, and asked friends of Lisbeth to check out their walls – Only to realise nobody can see my blogs – Unless they explicitly visit Lisbeth’s profile. If I write a blog about anything else besides my software system, it will generate tons of likes, shares, and comments. But anything shared on Facebook that contains information about Phosphorus Five, seems to vanish in a “black hole of censorship”

In case you don’t believe me, realise that both of these two links contains almost the exact same content – Except one of them mentions my software system. Notice the difference in likes …

Why are you afraid of my software system Mark Zuckerberg?

You can test this out for yourself in fact. Try to share this link on your Facebook wall, and then ask your friends on PM to check out their walls, to see if they can see the link. Or try to share this blog for that matter. My guess is it’ll get ZERO likes …!!

If you want to try to answer my question for yourself, you can watch the video below. Maybe that’ll enlighten you …

If I had the money to pay a lawyer, I would sue Facebook, over breaking American law, which is supposedly created to facilitate for preventing that big companies exploit their position to prevent competitors from innovating. Unfortunately, I don’t have that money. Besides, I have been thrown out of Facebook myself, and I no longer have an account there for myself. The last article I shared, that got me thrown out, was an article featuring the following image. The image was the reason why I was thrown out, apparently it, according to Facebook, quote “showed pornographic material”.

Which makes you wonder about the sexual appetite of some Facebook employees I guess you could argue …

However, I do have a lot of amazing friends. Maybe some of them could go over to Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook profile, post a link to this article, and have Mark answer a simple question?

Why are you afraid of my Software System Mark Zuckerberg?

For the record …

Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate every last one of your 55,000 likes Mr. Zuckerberg, but I would appreciate if at least ONE of them were likes for my Software System. Below you can see the video which by now, probably have ~20+ likes …

My 5th Symphony

I have created computer code since I was 8 years old. I am 43 today. I know roughly 25 different programming languages, and I have probably spent (waaaaaaay) more time with computers, than I have spent with human beings – Due to a pretty severe Asberger condition for the record. Other developers who pair-program with me, tend to refer to me as “the machine”. If there existed such a thing as “world record in KLOC”, I’d probably win by an order of magnitude ahead of the guy coming in second. I can create software systems 2-4 orders of magnitudes faster than anybody else I have met. As long as you can explain to me what you want.

Maybe you find me bragging? However, it is important to understand the above simple facts, since other things are difficult for me to explain. Besides, the above is anyways simply my Curriculum Vitae. If you watch the video below however, I guarantee you with 100% certainty, that you will see at least 5 things you have never seen in a computer system before. It’s a little bit lengthy (roughly 8 minutes) – But if you use your eyes, it will change your life!

Phosphorus Five is Open Source, and you can download its code here. Ohh yeah, almost forgot the most important part …


What is an email address worth?

About 10 years ago, somebody did research on this in regards to the winery business, and they found a single email address to be worth roughly $35 in more sales. Notice, these were email adresses from people who had attended a wine tasting, in a wine tasting room, in what they found to be a “special location”, on a vacation, they were highly likely to only make once or twice during their lives. And of course, in the US you’re allowed to ship wines to customers using mail orders. However, facts are, that an email address from a happy customer is worth its weight in gold – IF you use it correctly!

Everyone knowing anything about marketing will tell you it’s about two things. Engaging the customer in a dialogue, and storytelling.

Who’s story should we tell then?

This is the easy one; The customer’s story of course duh!! If you have a happy customer, you should let him tell his story. If he does, a single happy customer can easily be converted into dozens of more happy customers. Imagine if you could turn every single happy customer into 5 more happy customers? What would this do to your revenue …?

Seriously, do I really have to explain this …? 😉

Please tell me you get this …

And if the customer is not happy, he never gets to see the “Share button”, preventing your business from being faceraped in public! Still don’t get it, watch the video below.

Of course, the easiest way to get this running, would be to let us know what you think of our idea, by scanning the QR code below 🙂

At which point we’ll contact you, and help you setup something similar for your own business. The starting price is €49, which allows you to test this for 14 days, no strings attached! Of course, if you’re already convinced, you can also simply send us an email, and we’ll get the dialogue started immediately!

Create your own democracy with a billion QR codes

The Catalan Referendum showed us clearly that democracy is not having a great time in Europe. Videos of soldiers bashing women in the head with batons, doesn’t seem to fly well with the hundreds of millions of people who watched it all over the world. Apparently it was “illegal” for the people in Catalan to vote over their own independence. Basically, Madrid made democracy illegal!

As a software developer, these are simply minor technical issues. In fact, to the extent that I’ve spent one day creating an Open Source and Free Software democracy tool, which you can check out for yourself in the video below. It requires nothing more than 2 inches of real estate, to plaster your own QR code unto, and from there it creates an avalanche of votes, regardless of what the “police” thinks about your democracy.

How’re you going to remove 2 billion QR codes, leading to a server, running in some other country, with thousands of mirrors in every single country on the planet?

With the “Harvester”, every single lamp pole, bus stop, restaurant, coffee shop, etc, etc, etc – Becomes a potential “voting location” for people. Read more here. Or try the QR code below, to test the system.

It can easily be accommodated to serve any needs you have. As I said, I created this in 24 hours!

Harvest love from your customers

Imagine if every happy customer you had, told 500 of his friends how amazing you are? And that you could market directly to every single happy customer that ever visits your shop? What would this do to your revenue? Well, you don’t have to imagine. Just watch the video below, and I will demonstrate how easily such a thing can be done.

The above is an example installation of “The Harvester”. If you’d like to test it out for yourself, you can either click this link, or scan the QR code below to test it on your phone.

If you’d like to setup something similar for your own company, then first follow the recipe here. It’ll cost you €49 for a 2 weeks trial. If you don’t want to continue your trial after 2 weeks, you can simply forget about the server, and it’ll automatically be turned off for you. No strings attached!

When your Phosphorus Five server is done installing, open up your “Bazar”, and make sure you install both of these two applications. This is done by simply “dragging and dropping” the following ZIP files into your “Bazar”.

This will install your “administrative dashboard”, which you can find on your Phosphorus Five desktop, and which is called “star-rater”. Below is a screenshot of how the administrative dashboard for your Harvester will look like.

From your dashboard, you can export a CSV file, which allows you to import your emails into another software system, such as for instance Vertical Response, or something similar – Which allows you to create “email blasts”, marketing your service/product to thousands of customers at the same time.

Of course, if you wish to proceed with your trial, after the 2 weeks trial period, you’ll have to talk to Scaleforce to have a permanent server, and supply them your billing information. In addition, you’d probably want to pay the €198 license which allows you to remove the promotional link about the GaiaSoul Suite. However, you can test this for your own company, for no more than €49, and there are no strings attached, and no VISA required. A simple PayPal purchase, and you can try it out for 2 weeks for your own company.

If you want to have your own profile on the rater, to make its design resemble whatever design you’re using for your company from before – This can be easily done by contacting us, and asking us for a quote. Use the form below to contact us, and we’ll give you a quote.

Get a private Phosphorus Five server for €49

The amazing guys at ScaleForce have offered all Phosphorus Five users a free trial for 14 days for your own personal VPS for FREE. Basically, you get $100 for €49, there are no strings attached, unless you continue after the 2 week free trial period, and you don’t need to supply any credit card info to sign up. Their infrastructure is built upon Jelastic, which you can see a highly relevant video about below. Believe me, this is NASA spaceship stuff!

The way it works, is as follows; You supply your email address here, you pay €49 (securely through PayPal), in a setup fee to me, and you get $100 worth of Virtual Private Server, automatically setup with Phosphorus Five – And you get to play with it for two weeks! No string attached! I’m using these guys myself for the sample server for Phosphorus Five, and they’re just simply amazing. One of their Guru developers and sys-admins, has been working with me now, for 20 hours straight, to help me setup an automated deployment model, that’ll basically automatically deploy everything you need, to start playing with Phosphorus Five. And you get $100 basically for free, to use as you want to, for 14 days! At which point you can play around with Phosphorus Five as much as you please!

It’s (almost) a single button deployment of your own Phosphorus Five installation

To give you an idea of what you get, realise that after confirming your email address, and choosing to “Deploy” Phosphorus Five, it’ll setup your own private SSL certificate, configure Apache and Ubuntu, create a Virtual Private Server for you, built on the amazing Jelastic infrastructure, deploy Phosphorus Five, and allow you to take it from there.

  1. Provide your email address here
  2. Pay €49 through PayPal (automated)
  3. Confirm your email address, by clicking the “Activate now” button in the email with the subject of “Welcome to Scaleforce”Don’t do anything more in the dashboard though, after having confirmed your email, and supplied your phone number here
  4. Then click “Deploy now” in the **second** email they send you, which has the subject of “Confirmation of application deploy to Phosphorusfive”
  5. Supply a server salt, a (secure) root password, and watch the video at the bottom of this article

Basically, 5 simple steps, that will create a NASA, Rocket Science, Futuristic, Sci-Fi, Star Trek Tech, VPS and VPD for you – Faster than you can boil a cup of coffee! Their infrastructure can do load balancing, CDN, DDoS protection, 3ms hops between 50+ countries, automatic scaling according to actual usage, etc, etc, etc. If I were to simply list up all the features they have in their infrastructure, you’d have a hard time believing me – This is an amazing offer, from an amazing team!

This is worth it, period!

When you’re done, check out the video below. Get your own Hyperlambda spaceship in 5 simple steps!

Do you need a proprietary license?

“Do I need a license?”

Phosphorus Five is licensed as GPL, which means it is Open Source and Free Software. However, the GPL has a viral clause, which means that if you create software using P5, you must distribute its source code. This is the reason it is possible for us to create Open Source software, and still have a business model. This is referred to as “dual license”, since we also provide (for a fee) an alternative license, which doesn’t force you to distribute your own source code. However …

If you’re a system developer, you might not need a license. It all depends upon who’s code it is you’re creating. A lot of system developers are working as “hired guns”, creating code for others. These developers are often working as consultants for other companies. If this is the case, and the copyright for your work is not yours – You don’t actually need a license. Only the copyright holder of the code you create actually need a license. Hence …

You (might) not need a license, and you can (maybe) use the Open Source version for free

For the record, if you need support and help, beyond what I can supply here – You might have to purchase a license. Simply put, since although I create Free Software – My time is not free! However, what can I say, I love developers 😀

The Hello World app for Phosphorus Five

When you start out creating your own apps for Phosphorus Five, it helps to have a “template” to start out with, such that you know which files to initially create, to automatically handle installation, uninstallation, launching your app, etc. If you visit your Bazar in your Phosphorus Five installation, you can download such a “template” now. The app is called “Hello World”, and you can actually test it out for yourself here. You can see a screenshot of it below.

The app is (of course) open source, and you can find its code here. Or if you wish to see its code, you can actually launch the app, and click the “View code” button – Since the app is capable of displaying all Hyperlambda code it contains.