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Someday the “Holodeck” from Star Trek may become a reality simulation “toy” on Earth. Microsoft and other tech companies are already working on creating virtual reality devices for use in the home. The idea of “virtual reality” has been a part of science fiction and film since the 1930s : “Pygmalion’s Spectacles” by Stanley G. Weinbaum describes a goggle-based virtual reality system with holographic recording of fictional experiences including smell and touch.

Theoretically, since our universe is fundamentally composed of “thought energy” it is conceivable that we are already living inside a holographic  universe, driven by computer technology developed by “aliens” over a period of billions of years.  On Earth, we have had electricity for only about 100 years, and computers for only a few decades.  What technology might be possible millions of years from now?  Socially and technologically the human race are virtual barbarians.  Yet, anything we can imagine can become a reality.

If you could choose any “virtual reality program” from a Holodeck menu, which would you choose?

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The personal toys we call “computers” are not real computers.  The “apps” we are allowed to use on our toy computers are social and mind control devices, designed for governmental surveillance and “dumbing down” members of “the masses”.  If the real potential power of computing technology were applied to creating prosperity and intelligence instead of war, subservience and scarcity, the human race could travel to the stars and beyond at speeds exceeding light, and create a literal paradise on Earth .  As it is, we’re going nowhere fast.



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One of favorite artists is the Japanese master, Hokusai,  (1760 – 1849) an ukiyo-e painter and print-maker of the Edo period.  He is famed for his masterful series of wood-block prints,  “Thirty-Six Views of Mt. Fuji”, the most famous of which is “The Wave”.  Learn more about Hokusai here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hokusai    See the complete works of Hokusai:  http://hokusai.us.com/home_en

The CONTRAST between the manually carved and inked woodblock prints of Hokusai and the astonishing global transformation of technology during the past 150 years due to the invention of electricity, is manifested through a computer technology “time warp” that is nothing less than “magic” when compared to our “universe” on Earth only a few lifetimes ago.hokusai_kite-sntA present-day Japanese artist (Segawa thiry-seven) has superimposed changes caused by electronic technology into a centuries-old technique, animating Japanese woodblock prints  to alter the static images and inlay elements of sci-fi and modern culture.