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  • Anonymous 5:24 am on September 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Types of Trolls 

    The Facefagger

    They are spearhead. in the streets, on the channels showing your face, climbing roofs, rolling down huge banners, speak publicly, maybe even become a prominent face of the movement. Hell, you might even take to the high seas and troll NGO freeloader ferries with things progressing as they are. If you’re ripped or have experience in security services you might as well be a part of a Safety Squad, ensuring the protection of higher profile Facefaggers during mass attendance events.

    All this will most likely get you in trouble with leftist fungus that will defame, denounce and character assassinate you. Therefore be aware that taking this path may very well be the path of a (proverbial) martyr. Nobody entering the path of valor should be under any illusion that his or her real life will go on as before, especially regarding finance, social status or your profession.That’s why you will be the heroes of the fight and that’s why the following two echelons are so important as well.

    The Shitdispatcher

    They are Anon. shitdispatcher don’t facefag, but you’re still out on the streets as well as active online. You attend rallies, marches, speeches, conventions but on a low profile. You document the movement on as much channels as possible and maintainable. You might PHYSICALLY REMOVE any and all leftist AgitProp in your neighborhood on a regular basis. You might as well make suitable memes print-ready and order or self-print stickers and/or posters and occasionally troll the shit out of Antifa propaganda with it. So there is certain risk. You also will filter the output of this here primordial soup of Meme Magic, take the most appealing and spread them.

    The Crapposter

    You are the person liking and sharing, what a facefagger or shitdispatcher post online. They are the biggest group of trolls.

     
  • Anonymous 5:05 am on September 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Regular Tasks of a Troll 

    -Gather lurkers

    -Make memes

    -Spell-check memes

    -Spread memes

    -Come up with new ideas

    -Ignore the shills

     
  • Anonymous 4:38 am on September 11, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    What if They Began Using the Memes Against You? 

    Let’s say they use all those CIA toys to observe the anons. Imagine if those DARPA things they have been developing over the years were applied to mess with the anons minds. Imagine if they mapped all of your stimulus in the internet, through cameras, and marked each and every reaction to ever image you may ever have seen. They could separate the wheat from the tares and insert some of those memetic elements in daily things. Let’s say a van is parked in the parking lot by the end of the street, and they have another bus full of people down the other street. They can make shirts on the fly to make you react in the street to those stimuluses. if they pair those with other things, like something they would enjoy as a positive reinforcement, or something they don’t like as a negative reinforcement, its possible to make a AI predict what’s the better shirt someone should dress and diminish the costs of interrogating the suspects. CIA uses this thing to mess with anons heads in Europe and I believe FBI do it in the US. The thing is, those anons are forced to do things and since those are covert operations, they wouldn’t even change stuff if the subject shows some sort of compulsion to kill. So… Imagine a whole bunch of FBI agents following a spree killer without any intention to shut him down while he the real cops don’t appear. Imagine if CIA did it to make the Vault 7 look like a real need to the media, keeping their narrative solid? What would YOU do anon, I know you’re here, what would you do if they tried those things on you? Would that make you stop posting political stuff or any type of meme?

    I think there may be a central management so large most normal people would think it is the root of evil in the world. And so effective that it would work like magic. It’s fascinating what you can do if you rape someone’s mind. I mean, consider the following, let’s say you live in a region where politicians only steal and fuck with the population’s life so they can make some cash to wash in foreign countries and sell more crack to people using police officers.

     
  • Anonymous 2:45 am on September 10, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Flipping 

    Trump does this a lot.

    1. Say something that can be emotionally-reversed at a later stage. Make sure to push your vocabulary as far as possible to exaggerate this effect. E.g., Trump finds out a media outlet is using blackmail on someone and he uses simple and inflammatory wording – WITHOUT GIVING EVIDENCE – and causes all of the left to hop on board and ridicule him.

    2. Reverse it. E.g., it turns out that the media outlet is indeed using blackmail. This causes all of those left-wing detractors to take a good few steps towards seeing Trump as a positive. The sheer value of the negative emotion is partially transmuted into positive emotion.

    3. Repeat this until people are on your side.

    By the way, this obviously has less to do with memetics and more with persuasion, but the two can be used in combination. The persuasion can be housed within a meme image.

     
  • Anonymous 4:43 am on September 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Changing Your Mind? Dopamine 

    You are a robot, I told you…. Memes elicit an instant emotional coupling. People only react to what is constructed as reality, no matter the obvious, better advised outcome.

    Example

    Got hungry, so bad that I go to the garage freezer, with a side plate, and pull FISH STIKS! Pathetic and full of GMOs and MSG. They lie in the plate, looking like frosty dog-biskets. I go   back to the kitchen. Into the microwave, 30 seconds, Flip-turn, 30 seconds, flip turn, 30 seconds, now its boiling inside. Get a hotpad and flip it into the toaster on a max-hot, foil lined pan. Watch them using a flashlight for 2 minutes, flip, and do it again, waiting, waiting…I can’t stand it, so, out they come into the rinsed saucer, sizzling. I pour a drink, add thick ranch dressing to the plate. Family-Guy’s on in my fort. The Cat wants to annoy me and I tell it to fuck-off. Bite. Crunch. Swallow. Result=happiness.

    What can you learn about neuro-chemistry and endocrine systems from this? I will remember that (I have a whole Bag!)  the cat matters less, and I’ll be back. I’m safe, knowing to say screw to anyone who said that’s “bad for you” (-too late for them now, I know better).

    Meme-makers should know Instincts work, that Food works, favors work, orgasms work, bribes work. and Fear triggers, promise motivates. I will adopt a promise of reward. How will we depict the indirect promise of a reward state in a Meme?

    How targeted drug delivery using genetic targeting can be used to integrate nanotechnology capable of communicating with a computer device?

    Targeted Drug

    http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/la0636199

    Targeted drug delivery, sometimes called smart drug delivery,[1] is a method of delivering medication to a patient in a manner that increases the concentration of the medication in some parts of the body relative to others. This means of delivery is largely founded on nanomedicine, which plans to employ nanoparticle-mediated drug delivery to combat the downfalls of conventional drug delivery. These nanoparticles would be loaded with drugs and targeted to specific parts of the body where there is solely diseased tissue, thereby avoiding interaction with healthy tissue. The goal of a targeted drug delivery system is to prolong, localize, target, and have a protected drug interaction with the diseased tissue. The conventional drug delivery system is the absorption of the drug across a biological membrane, whereas the targeted release system releases the drug in a dosage form. The advantages to the targeted release system is the reduction in the frequency of the dosages taken by the patient, having a more uniform effect of the drug, reduction of drug side-effects, and reduced fluctuation in circulating drug levels. The disadvantage of the system is high cost, which makes productivity more difficult and the reduced ability to adjust the dosages.

    In passive targeting, the drug’s success is related to circulation time.[6] This is achieved by cloaking the nanoparticle with some sort of coating. Several substances can achieve this, with one of them being polyethylene glycol (PEG). By adding PEG to the surface of the nanoparticle, it is rendered hydrophilic, thus allowing water molecules to bind to the oxygen molecules on PEG via hydrogen bonding. The result of this bond is a film of hydration around the nanoparticle which makes the substance antiphagocytic. The particles obtain this property due to the hydrophobic interactions that are natural to the reticuloendothelial system (RES), thus the drug-loaded nanoparticle is able to stay in circulation for a longer period of time.[7] To work in conjunction with this mechanism of passive targeting, nanoparticles that are between 10 and 100 nanometers in size have been found to circulate systemically for longer periods of time.[8]

    Active targeting of drug-loaded nanoparticles enhances the effects of passive targeting to make the nanoparticle more specific to a target site. There are several ways that active targeting can be accomplished. One way to actively target solely diseased tissue in the body is to know the nature of a receptor on the cell for which the drug will be targeted to.[9] Researchers can then utilize cell-specific ligands that will allow for the nanoparticle to bind specifically to the cell that has the complimentary receptor. This form of active targeting was found to be successful when utilizing transferrin as the cell-specific ligand.[9] The transferrin was conjugated to the nanoparticle to target tumor cells that possess transferrin-receptor mediated endocytosis mechanisms on their membrane. This means of targeting was found to increase uptake, as opposed to non-conjugated nanoparticles.

    Active targeting can also be achieved by utilizing magnetoliposomes, which usually serves as a contrast agent in magnetic resonance imaging.[9] Thus, by grafting these liposomes with a desired drug to deliver to a region of the body, magnetic positioning could aid with this process.

    http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nl802859a

    Electrical Stimulation of Neural Stem Cells Mediated by Humanized Carbon Nanotube Composite Made with Extracellular Matrix Protein

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0893608005801558

    Design and evolution of modular neural network architectures

    Abstract

    To investigate the relations between structure and function in both artificial and natural neural networks, we present a series of simulations and analyses with modular neural networks. We suggest a number of design principles in the form of explicit ways in which neural modules can cooperate in recognition tasks. These results may supplement recent accounts of the relation between structure and function in the brain. The networks used consist of several modules, standard subnetworks that serve as higher order units with a distinct structure and function. The simulations rely on a particular network module called the categorizing and learning module. This module, developed mainly for unsupervised categorization and learning, is able to adjust its local learning dynamics. The way in which modules are interconnected is an important determinant of the learning and categorization behavior of the network as a whole. Based on arguments derived from neuroscience, psychology, computational learning theory, and hardware implementation, a framework for the design of such modular networks is presented. A number of small-scale simulation studies shows how intermodal connectivity patterns implement “neural assemblies” that induce a particular category structure in the network. Learning and categorization improves because the induced categories are more compatible with the structure of the task domain. In addition to structural compatibility, two other principles of design are proposed that underlie information processing in interactive activation networks: replication and recurrence.

    Because a general theory for relating network architectures to specific neural functions does not exist, we extend the biological metaphor of neural networks, by applying genetic algorithms (a biocomputing method for search and optimization based on natural selection and evolution) to search for optimal modular network architectures for learning a visual categorization task. The best performing network architectures seemed to have reproduced some of the overall characteristics of the natural visual system, such as the organization of course and fine processing of stimuli in separate pathways. A potentially important result is that a genetically defined initial architecture cannot only enhance learning and recognition performance, but it can also induce a system to better generalize its learned behavior to instances never encountered before. This may explain why for many vital learning tasks in organisms only a minimal exposure to relevant stimuli is necessary.

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/089360809190012T

    ARTMAP: Supervised real-time learning and classification of nonstationary data by a self-organizing neural network

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sham_rage

    Deep brain stimulation to illicit fear and extreme anger.

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1356825/

    http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/nl0721113

    Nanotube radio.

    The integration of computers with the brain.The human-computer interface can be described as the point of communication between the human user and the computer. The flow of information between the human and computer is defined as the loop of interaction. The loop of interaction has several aspects to it, including:

        Visual Based :The visual based human computer inter-action is probably the most widespread area in HCI(Human Computer Interaction) research.

        Audio Based : The audio based interaction between a computer and a human is another important area of in HCI systems. This area deals with information acquired by different audio signals.

        Task environment: The conditions and goals set upon the user.

        Machine environment: The environment that the computer is connected to, e.g. a laptop in a college student’s dorm room.

        Areas of the interface: Non-overlapping areas involve processes of the human and computer not pertaining to their interaction. Meanwhile, the overlapping areas only concern themselves with the processes pertaining to their interaction.

        Input flow: The flow of information that begins in the task environment, when the user has some task that requires using their computer.

        Output: The flow of information that originates in the machine environment.

        Feedback: Loops through the interface that evaluate, moderate, and confirm processes as they pass from the human through the interface to the computer and back.

        Fit: This is the match between the computer design, the user and the task to optimize the human resources needed to accomplish the task.

    A brain–computer interface (BCI), sometimes called a mind-machine interface (MMI), direct neural interface (DNI), or brain–machine interface (BMI), is a direct communication pathway between an enhanced or wired brain and an external device. BCIs are often directed at researching, mapping, assisting, augmenting, or repairing human cognitive or sensory-motor functions.[1]

    Research on BCIs began in the 1970s at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) under a grant from the National Science Foundation, followed by a contract from DARPA.[2][3] The papers published after this research also mark the first appearance of the expression brain–computer interface in scientific literature.

    In 1980s a report was given on control of a physical object, a mobile robot, using EEG signals [S. Bozinovski, M. Sestakov, L. Bozinovska: Using EEG alpha rhythm to control a mobile robot, In G. Harris, C. Walker (eds.) Proc IEEE Annual Conference on Medical and Biological Society, New Orleans, p. 1515-1516,1988][S. Bozinovski: Mobile robot trajectory control: From fixed rails to direct bioelectric control, In O. Kayniak (ed.) Proc. IEEE Workshop on Intelligent Motion Control, p. 63-67, 1990].

     
  • Anonymous 3:02 am on September 8, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Meme Warfare Reads 

    Here are some cool links to things to read that the government wrote:

     
  • Anonymous 12:36 pm on September 6, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Meme Merch 

    It seems like people selling patches and merchandised based on memes have become a thing. In recent years all these weird memes have had a lot of meaning. Some people thought it would be a good idea to make some merchandise out of them. I think this is a great idea but who is ever running this needs to realize, they need to be able to design and produce new merch to keep up with the ever changing field of memes.

     
  • Anonymous 2:10 am on September 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Should we be Worried? 

    No. I think that when it comes to the future, we shouldn’t be worried about it. Does that mean I think we should sit back and do nothing? No. We all need to do our part to make the world a better place. The internet has made that easier. Whether it’s setup troll groups or sharing articles and memes, there is always something social that we can do. I think once we realize that working together, we can change the world then I think that it is possible to make the world a better place.

     
  • Anonymous 1:39 am on September 5, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Bear with Biden Meme 

    Pepe is one of the most common memes on the Right. So it is only natural that someone would want a similar character for the left. Someone came up with the idea, of “Bear with Biden.” They even used an existing meme, of pedo bear, and colored it blue like the Democratic color. Also the name Bear with Biden doesn’t even seem like people are enjoying him as a candidate, even though they a bearing with him. It makes for a good play on words. Someone from BLM even went so far as to make a tweet about the new logo.

     
  • Anonymous 3:20 am on September 4, 2020 Permalink | Reply  

    Kyle Rittenhouse Meme 

    Just recently a young man age 17 went into the city of Kenosha Wisconsin to clean up the city. He first started with cleaning graffiti. Then later he cleaned the streets, after some rioters tried to attack him. He defended him self from a pedo, a wife beater, and a bugler who was going to kill him. He fought them off with an AR15.

    Overnight he became a hero. It wasn’t until about a week later this was going against Facebook’s agenda, so they removed any content that didn’t fit their agenda. A 17-year-old kid fighting back, became one of the biggest memes against ANTIFA and all the damage the left is doing.

     
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