Friday, September 24, 2010

And onto the Children of Information was bestowed a New Age.

There's often alot of heated talk about philosophical differences. And by heated talk, I mean millenia old religious wars wrecking destruction across our goddam planet. We don't just sell livable planets in bulk, you know. Not even on Chinavasion.com. And like many of you learned gentlemen and gentle ladykind, I have deeply opposed the idea that 'Father knows best.' Yes, father's do know best, when they have evidence of any kind to back it up. We as kids know this is a silly idea when they explain it to us the first time. We might have giggled, or squinted real hard, you were probably a little confused. Now theres invisible people tracking our movements, and judging our actions? And nobody knows what rules to follow? We didn't like it then, because no matter how hard you prayed or sang to a god/pantheon, nothing happened. Cause and effect just kinda broke. But he assures you, god works in mysterious ways. He knows whats best for you. He'll give you the miracle you'll need if you deserve it. He tells you all this, because his dad did. But his dad never told him why amputee's never get a miracle, and neither do aids victims or rabies victims... Well, maybe rabies. But thats rare. My father? Incredibly intelligent, published works, luncheons with reputable authors, two phds, the whole nineyards. He's a diehard catholic. I respect the man to the utmost degree, but it blows my mind how different it is growing up in the information age. I had people who had no identity, and no fear of opening their mind, tell me about their beliefs. I spoke anonymously to hundreds of people in my life online through various games or forums, and got to really see how right we had it. The Children of Information. Because our fathers didn't get that, they got paid broadcasting, and the ones before that, paid gazettes or what have you. But this is the first time people can really see what we're all really thinking about. Mapping the human experience, finding out what makes us human. Finding out how trillions of living colonies can group together in such a complex manner, that it can support free moving, real time reactions and interactions with the world around it. How we evolved into growing organs to support more complex organs, and another brain to complement our other brain. Brewing saliva, semen, blood, pus, and god(heh.) knows what else for future and immediate use. And how our conciousness relates to that amazing biosphere of a machine. I cannot tell you how out of breath I get when I think about how we can change the world. Together, just be teaching and leanring as anonymous does. By questioning what we haven't questioned, and taking nobodys word on faith. The true beauty of an anonymous group, in my ever so humble opinion.

Think of our consciousness as a big, unusually curious momma bear. And our bodies are the cubs. We have an entire world that we are protecting. Not one kind of cub, but hundreds of different species have banded together to unite and form this trillion strong writhing mass of flesh... But cuter. We, the guardians, must watch over our cubs, until they can finish jettisoning seed colonies into other universes, taking a strong hold over it's core planets, and used its resources to build another version of it's old universes. (its a sexual reference).

So every time you scrape your knee, appreciate the myriad of functions and operations your body and subconscious mind begin to fire off in a blazing flurry. Think Chun-Li's kicks in the popular SNES game, Street Fighter. Then realize for all the ability we have to think and command our body, tis functionally retarded in comparison.


image courtesy of media.giantbomb.com
This should clear things up, if you're hazy up until here.




I can't believe in God, because I am God.
And I have no idea what I'm doing, or how I got here.
-JKane

41 comments:

  1. Well, then can you let me in the paradise ? :3

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  2. That pictures clears it up completely!

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  3. Religion was created to give slaves false hopes and keep them in control. I don't understand what's it like growing up in a religious society since I'm from Sweden and like most people here I find the idea of a god ridicilous.
    Now, don't think my parents told me a god doesn't exist because that's far from the truth. Like any good parent, they let me explore religion on my own without trying to influence my mind. (None of my parents are interested in religion, I'd guess they are agnostics). Excuse my rambling, I need to start learning how to express myself better. Too much mindless games and movies.

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  4. I was born into a Christian family and raised that way. Let me tell you before I woke up from this silly dream I was hooked. When your raised a certain way and told to believe certain things you just take them for the truth. I used to go to church and everytime someone said something that offended me about my "god" I got hostile. I now realize how fucking stupid I was. I woke up from that bullshit and know I truly do not know my purpose and why I am here. But I feel free and am able to be a free thinker and not bound by this religous bullshit. i love being able to explore the world and not have a false sense of hope thinking I am going to fairy tale land when I die. Honestly I don't know where the fuck I am going when I die. But for now I'll love all of mankind and this Earth and keep learning. Keep em coming love the posts.

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  5. Wow, very good read. I sincerely thank you for that.

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  6. "...trillion strong writhing mass of flesh..."
    Well THAT got the point across!

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  7. I can't wait for tomorrow's update!

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  8. Thanks for the Picture. It summed your article up quite nicely.

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  9. The first paragraph is a bit long, you might want to enter breaks in between. What I could read though, was pretty interesting. I too believe that humans should try harder in changing the world.

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  10. My writing style has been honed in the hottest fires of my burning curiosity, tempered with the finest steels available in the bristling metropolis that is my knowledge. Which as you can see, comes off as a bit blocky. I'd suggest viewing the blog in a higher resolution to shorten the paragraphs. :)

    Haha, I'm really glad you guys are liking these blogs. I'm following every one of you all day, so keep blogging those ideas and spreading them wide and far!


    On a side note, blogging is a tiring past-time.

    -JKane

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  11. Wow Jkane that comment was beautiful. I may use that for future reference in writing. haha

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  12. Its amazing when you think of how complex our bodies really are and how many functions are running simultaneously for us to perform even the simplest of tasks.
    Nice post mate looking forward to more in the future
    laters

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  13. You guys really make this worthwhile, keep the community going, mates! Bezzare, awesome breakdown.

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  14. That was no quote, my friend. Thats what we in the industry call 'The Closer'. And OC like everything else ;) Love your site, stoned.

    -JKane

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  15. *hug*
    Thanks for the nice comment on my blog :3
    I'm glad you like it.

    ~Meep

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  16. I was lost most of the way, but it was still quite a journey :D

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  17. Religion has a lot of blood on it's hands. I like to hold my own beliefs. Good post.

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  18. Then I succeeded in my goal, Travie my friend :) Confused and enlightened, thats the way I like to leave them.

    And thanks Steve ;)

    -JKane

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  19. Must you always do this to me? Start of interesting, remain interesting, then suddenly stop making sense and then I start slowly backing away. D:

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  20. I truly enjoyed reading your post, Mr. Kane. You're right; we can change the world. But our true potential has yet to be realized...

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  21. Progressive point of view.

    I LIEK.

    :D

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  22. Can't wait for the new update on your blog J-Kane !

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  23. Love this article so much, I've told a couple my friends about it too, they loved it!

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  24. amazing post.
    nothing is more frightening than blind faith. whether god exists or not doesn't change the ridiculous destruction people cause in the name of religion, and something i think god would frown deeply upon (if he's real XD).
    great stuff, though. definitely following.

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  25. Wow. I write half as good as this once in a blue moon. Now following in genuine interest

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  26. Great blog man cant waitt for your next post

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  27. awesome can't wait for more posts always following you mate
    keep it up
    cya

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  28. I agree with iphone fan in thinking that religion was created to keep people in line and to give them some sort of incentive to behave sane.

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  29. Yeah mates, I'm posting tonight while I'm here at work. You all can probably guess I'm unusually busy on my end, but I've checked everyone of my followers blogs on my laptop.. Getting a post up is another story ;) Check on me in an hour, thanks for the amazing support guys. You really make me want to write, and that's fucking inspiring.

    -JKane

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  30. I really loved the last lines. Mind if I steal them from you?

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