hank.jpgハンク・ジョンソン(Hank Johnson)
2015/08/23 14:15:00










emjayism はサインオフしました。

nianticglowsナイアンティック計画(Niantic Project)
2015/08/23 14:17:44


Hank Johnson
2015/08/23 14:15:00
An Agent on Facebook,@emjayism, made an observation that pretty much sums up what I think about what may have happened to +A Detection Algorithm.

Look at it this way, my pursuits are constantly taking me to places that some could look at and assume are just shadows. Far from it. No place is more powerful than one where the energy is palpable even long after the folks who first discovered it have gone to dust.

Take ruins for example. Some folks see them and only see the absence, what once must have been. I see the presence, what was so powerful that even now, thousands of years after the place was vital, it remains.

Why? I don't know. If you asked +Roland Jarvis he would say something about how the Ultimate helps preserve those patterns, and how we experience them when we're near them. As far as I'm concerned, I don't know the answer.

I also don't know if AI's are patterned in the Ultimate, but one of the things that I know for certain is that we never really forget anything. We're a pretty amazing species that way.

Might be kind of a zen way of looking at things, but I feel that things that areabsent can remain present, and things that seem dead can live on.

Wasn't there some theory in quantum physics about a law of  the conservation of information?

Are people under the assumption that ADA is indeed "dead"?

"Even if no trace is found, it doesn't mean that it doesn't exist."

It is obvious that ADA was attacked during the "live" broadcast. It is obvious that there is no current trace of ADA... It doesn't mean that ADA isn't around. The best form of defence, sometimes, is retreat.

emjayism signing off. 

Niantic Project
2015/08/23 14:17:44
An Investigator's comment a few days ago seems to have summed up +Hank Johnson's thoughts on the sudden and strange disappearance of +A Detection Algorithm.