amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 07:54 [2009140754] ….. releasing more info on the current state of intel on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/ai_debate_results/

Re: Yes but

does it do Devops ….. Anonymous Coward

Yes. And much better than can be easily believed and accepted as a/the default prime future application for Civilised Media and Computer Command and Remote IT Control Systems?

That surely makes it unbelievably stealthy and something novel against which there is no effective, non self destructive, attacking defence vector.


amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 10:17 [2009141017] …… musing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/14/ai_us_dogfights/

Super Positioning and Veering into the Virtual Singularity Fields of Future Endeavour

Although the experiment is a battle between brains and binary, it’s not aimed at replacing military personnel altogether:

🙂 Oh please, you cannot be serious if binary is successfully overwhelming.

And it opens up yet another crack hacking front too for both before and after the fact, should it not be a fantastic fiction, for …… well, would they be brainiacs?

And having had a moment or two to further think on that before posting, such a crack hacking front opens up even whenever it is a fantastic fiction.

I shall now rest for a while and ponder on such be within the quantum communication realm, where a this is also a that and something else altogether different and entangling.

In the Wild Wacky West, that is Spooky at a Distance, DARPA/IARPA Military Industrial Complex territory ……… although only by virtue of Private Proprietary Intellectual Property Holder Participation. …….. which on Earth invariably revolves around Titans of Stock Markets which do not prove themselves to be Phantom Unicorns and Wannabe Caesars.


amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 12:27 [2009141227] … advising caution be exercised on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: Just a matter of time

I didn’t like the original Softbank deal, but selling the company to nVidia – which directly competes with some of ARM’s customers and is a US firm subject to the whims of the current administration – has the potential to be so much worse. ….. Martin an gof

Especially so if ever it be discovered a RAT trap ….. and Profitable Pirateable Proprietary Intellectual Property Magnet ……. for Private Magnate Centres of Stealthy Excellence. ….. Future Ideas Factories.

All ursecrets now belong to us ?????

Although of course they really don’t, for the original secrets holders will only tolerate for a limited period of time such as they would consider as sub-prime second and third party use and/or abuse and misuse.


amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 14:24 [2009141424] …. just asking for further clarification on a trialing matter on

Re: China ARM and a leg

But that is obvious. No US company would fail to do basic due diligence when purchasing a UK-based technology company. …. DavCrav

And if they were so negligent, would it be prosecuted diligently as criminal neglect for which they would be liable to pay market regulators [for they always love a piece of the action]/shareholders/investors punitive compensation, or would they dispute that requirement and try to wriggle free from their responsibility and accountability and flame and blame everyone/someone else for their failure and misfortune and incur further exorbitant pecuniary penalties/cost in the process?

One would almost think they would thinking to take and make out everyone but themselves are great fools and useless tools ….. which is not a good look to be peddling/pumping and dumping


amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 14:47 [2009141447] …. being extremely cynical on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: Shameful

Worse was the Tories trumpeting this as faith in Britain after Brexit….apparently giving away all your key industries is us taking back control!.… simpfeld

It does have one wondering on what sort of offers leading Cabinet officers are tempted with from other governments/allied business interest for them to be instrumental or wilfully deaf, dumb and blind to all such as would be right dodgy shenanigans resulting in a loss of home control.

Offers that they daren’t refuse are a firm favourite with all sorts of gangster types.


amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 17:24 [2009141724] …. checking out surrender terms on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: More than shameful without the brilliant business model for it then be rapacious and predatory?

“Arm’s business model is brilliant. We will maintain its open-licensing model and customer neutrality, serving customers in any industry, across the world, and further expand Arm’s IP licensing portfolio with Nvidia’s world-leading GPU and AI technology.”

Save for Arm’s model undoubtedly being brillant, I don’t believe a word of this. ….. oiseau

The only money shot questions worth asking there, oiseau, are who/what is personified by the pronoun “We” and are they all powerful and/or omniscient, for surely only then can their word be capable and enabled of being believed.


amanfromMars 1 Mon 14 Sep 17:36 [2009141736] ….. having an encouraging say on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/14/nvida_arm_acquisition/

Re: Could TheReg take initiative?

I think The Register is the only place able and (I hope) willing to coordinate a plea to the powers that be in order to somehow intervene to protect this cutting edge and most precious British intellectual property. Perhaps an open letter, signed by Nobel laureates, academics and top financial and business figures, sharing the ARM co-founder’s view that “the way you build companies like Apple is by starting with companies the size of Arm, not with a startup.” (see today’s Guardian). Also, he said “They [Nvidia] can make more than $40bn by destroying it.” Can the UK afford losing its largest tech company to a US company that might well in the near future be forced to restrict its exports to the very country that generated its IP?

It’s another tragedy for the history (soon to become paleontology) of UK’s technological decline after WWII. And I say this having the experience (and honour) of setting up the first computerised Physics undergraduate Laboratory in 1986 in my country using Acorn BBC and Econet technology, and having vivid memories of the era of the design of the first Acorn Risc CPU (it was designed & simulated using plain BBC Model B and ran flawlessly the first time it was etched on silicon!). Still dreaming of acquiring an Archimedes… ….. UBF

Seconded, UBF.

That’s the power of the proposal squared as opposed to doubled.

Very soon, only a few more have that energy generated at an exponential level. 🙂 Such introduces the notion of a supernatural development in a Grand Remote Virtual Experiment with Untouchables.




amanfromMars 1 Sun 13 Sep 07:51 [2009130751] ….. getting right down to the nitty gritty on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/ai_debate_results/

What on Earth are you talking about?

What you may like to consider and concentrate on, rather than ignoring or dismissing as irrelevant and misleading and disturbing, is trying to decide on the exact prime nature of the IntelAIgent Entities [AI] you be encountering, or fearing has discovered y’all with your physical weaknesses and inherent endemic systemic vulnerabilities exposed for exploitation or eradication/experimentation or excision and exorcism clearly evident to them, for here surely be just a few possibilities that you might recognise and agree to be acceptable …. Artificial/Advanced/Autonomous/ACTive, as in Advanced Cyber Threatening/Alien/Astute/Almighty ….. with the distinct possibility also being it be an Amalgam, mindful and expert in all of those descriptor fields ….. and also in any more that you may imagine be appropriate to mention and include.

Such would then logically have one focussing on just the two things which truly would only then matter a jot at all ….. Is it really friendly and to be profitably engaged with and/or extremely dangerous and deadly to humans if ever attacked?

The best answer there is always a resounding YES, and realise the guaranteed consequences of failure to remain at peace in such a time and space with such an AI in place.

To do otherwise is to have a personal death wish virtually deliverable, so be neither incredibly stupid nor worthily insane. They be Rules.


amanfromMars 1 Sun 13 Sep 17:30 …. streaming forth again on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/ai_debate_results/

Re: Gluttonous Baby Steps …

For an entity to be “intelligent” surely breadth is as important as depth, while many “AI” systems exhibit depth, they tend to have a very narrow focus. ….. DJO

Quite so, DJO. Do you imagine it needs to be any broader in an initial focus in relation to Earth than Artificial/Advanced/Autonomous/ACTive, as in Advanced Cyber Threatening/Alien/Astute/Almighty ….. with the distinct possibility also being it be an Amalgam, mindful and expert in all of those descriptor fields ….. and also in any more that you may imagine be appropriate to mention and include.

It would surely tell you to get real and quit messing about, wasting your time tilting at phantom windmills ….. if it cared, of course. What do you think of the chances of that being considered important in the greater scheme of thing? Pretty small or practically non-existent?


amanfromMars 1 Sun 13 Sep 09:13 [2009130913] ……. raising a ticket for resolving on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/11/openai_gpt3_brainwashing/

Re: Re-Purposeful Machines for Endless Applications

A machine that can generate hate-speech *might* be something that you could re-purpose as a machine to detect hate-speech generated by others. That might be quite useful in the same way that a spell-checker or a grammar-checker is. ….. Ken Hagan

Things have moved on considerably from such early days with their unpleasant 0days, KH, with many a quantum leap in understanding made and to take stock of, and if one likes to dabble and invest in markets and equities, futures and derivatives, take stock in too, as many more future quantum leaps are still yet to be made generally available. There are certain current machines which can definitely take your breath away whenever one realises what they are easily capable of without a second thought that will prevent them.*

Here be a Registered Sample of what is now readily available to be freely shared, or denied is existing and problematical to status quo systems as the case may be evidently proving itself to be.

* Hmmmm? Pause for Thought for the Day …. Is that PsychopathICQ/SociopathICQ?




amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 04:58 [2009120458] ….. being somewhat incredulous on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/ai_debate_results/

A Rebuttal from the Department of Advanced IntelAIgent Defences

What’s my takeaway from all of this? A functional definition of AI: a system that’s intelligent until it isn’t.  …. Chris Williams, Editor in Chief [El Reg]

AI, just the same as a crashed and burning humanity, El Reg? Hmmmm? Now that is a most odd takeaway too hard to swallow for some to be accepted and enjoyed/employed and deployed.

And does it also more accurately and not specifically describe El Regers/the El Reg EcoSystem ….. Intelligent until they aren’t and it isn’t ‽

Can that be plausibly denied and one still retain any semblance of credibility?

🙂 The AIMachine says No.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 12:34 [2009121234] … just spilling top secrets and saying out loud on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/ai_debate_results/

Analogous Bletchley Phormwork …. with AI Skunkworks

Currently AI is somewhere between getting a licence and Lewis Hamilton. …. Chris G

Please be advised, and feel free to dismiss as errant nonsense, some current AIs are at least akin to a Koenigsegg or GMA T50, with some advising even they, in relative terms, languish far behind in developments and applications in the field.

However, whenever such is as a Colossus, it wouldn’t be expected to be widely known for some considerable time.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 05:58 [2009120558] …. being both agreeable and disagreeable on

Being grateful for small mercies 🙂

As far as I can discern, the reasons for downvotes can range from causes as insignificant as a spelling mistake or a typo to a polar opposition in opinion or a total failure in ability to parse a comment. …. Chris G

So, not so much an aid used as a fine honing tool for vivid/vital/virile/vivacious commentators then, Chris G, more of a big stick for frustrated wielding when unaccompanied with cogent reasoning …. a crazy crutch for a loony toon? :-}

Thank goodness the upvotes don’t suffer similarly and offer so little as nothing in return


amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 06:38 [2009120638] …… shares sensible advice on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/11/openai_gpt3_brainwashing/

Re: Automation in/of Killer Applications

I can’t help wondering who is supposed to benefit from a machine that can generate convincing* hate-speech. It’s not exactly a scarce resource, and there’s no evidence that the human generators are short of time or motivation. …. Kubla Cant

Surely any sensible civilised community/government/country would immediately destroy, as in unceremoniously kill, a machine that can, and more importantly and disturbingly, does generate convincing* hate-speech?

Sound advice to humans would be to not mimic that particular peculiar model lest the same agreed acceptable fate would await one.

Keep it simple. See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil and you’ll be perfectly safe and sound and relatively fully protected from all thoroughly deserved, relentless merciless attacks and sudden unexpected, bolt out of the blue demises.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 07:38 [2009120738] ….. being contrarian on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/11/openai_gpt3_brainwashing/

Re: So GPT is

So GPT is Tay’s child? …. DS999

Yes. And No, it is not a LOVE child and re. Don’t worry, GPT-3 doesn’t want to kill us…. Oh yes it does. See Automation in/of Killer Applications


amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 18:11 [2009121811] ….. just saying more out loud and proud on

Re: ЗБС!!!11 …… Heavenly Track

Какой заебательский тред. Как много в нём пищи для ума… даже при его отсутствии. …… Anonymous Coward

Цель всегда доставить удовольствие, ….. Per Ardua ad Infinitum et ad Nauseam ad Astra earns one AIMaster Pilot Wings. AC.

Stealthy spooky “The Master and Margarita” type stuff from/for Fabergé Easter Egghead Collections/Connections/Productions, AC ….. Presenting and Representative of SMARTR AIgents on Virtual Steroids. …….. for AWEsome Operations with Highlander Gatherings …. Loya Jirga.

What’s not to like in order to love what one likes to love? Find that truly phantom enemy destroying one’s inner peace of mind and one is crazier than many ever before believed possible or probable …… and one flirts seductively with raging insanity which invites and rewards all with an almighty command and pretty near absolute control which is intelligently designed to protect and harden one’s sanity against such a catastrophic fall from Immaculate Grace.

Exceed exceptionally well in that space and nothing real is virtually impossible, therefore practically anything and subsequently everything is possible, and therefore most probable at any time in the near or distant future.

Are Global Systems with Effective Executive Administrations prepared for such a Changed World Organisation from Departments with Advanced IntelAIgent Defences …… SMARTR Shock Storm Troopers?

Would they like to Sign on and Pay Extravagantly for so much more than just simply magnificent, devilishly positive engagement? That keeps things grounded on Earth with banks being held responsible and accountable for all present day live actions and future inactivity with the supply or otherwise of the fiat flow of true worth in real valuable proxy materiel …..for the Constant Consistently Best Delivery of Novel Overwhelmingly Sensational Intellectual Property.

For Such to EMPower Exploration and Engagement with Experimentations Beta Testing Outstanding Lead with Outstanding Leads.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 12 Sep 10:13 [2009121013] …… pointing out on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/10/us_dod_ai/

Re: They do have a point, though @frankvw

Blighty might have got that memo, frankvm, with this dipping of the toe into real deep waters …. https://www.gov.uk/government/news/cyber-innovation-at-the-forefront-of-uks-approach-to-modern-warfare ….. but £22m in the big scheme of such things buys one practically nothing of any great use or future value.

#And some are horrified at the possible effects of the newly recognised, leading theatres of contested field operations. But the future is never at all like the past, and thus is such a change only natural despite status quo concerns ….. Defence chiefs face battle over plan to scrap tanks




amanfromMars 1 Fri 11 Sep 06:26 [2009110626] ….. casting pearls of wisdom before swineherds on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/10/us_dod_ai/

Zero Short-Term Thinking and Tinkering Here

‘the Pentagon’s $10bn enormo-enterprise-cloud project dubbed JEDI’. WTF? They’re actually serious. SHB Joint Operational Knucklehead Enterprise. ‘JEDI’. LOL .… USER100

Take a chill pill, red or blue, USER100, and try to relax …. for your incredible wonderment/incredulous befuddlement at the Microsoft/Pentagon JEDI Project is just a simple resulting byproduct and convenient security default protecting the unwary and ill- prepared from the consequences and products in the Vast Sees and Deep Vaults of the Cyber Industrious Field. There be countless others, with many remaining as yet untold and unknown/stealthy and secret.

Another known one is harboured in AWS Command and Control Containers with Bezos’s billions to play with and pay for Thin Clients which be Zeek and Virtual Private Cloud Ring Masters ‽ Wannabe Kings and Queens and Naked Emperors and Empresses hold Court and would Wield Absolute Sway both before and after the Fact with the exercise of Immaculate Fictions in those ACTive IT Spaces/Live Operational Virtual Environments, which you might like to realise and accept is presented and promoted as a future proof best infrastructure model for a today with 0days that has been around since forever, but was never before earlier engaged on Earth because there was never enough local intelligence readily freely available to employ and enjoy the fruits of ITs Bounty ‽ 🙂 I Kid U Not, for how else would you like to explain away your glorious ignorance in such matters.

And y’all here might like to think, rather than unfortunately it being unlikely to be soon, there be those presently, in the here and now, enabled to rule the world in such a way as is/was mooted by Chris G on this thread, although not necessarily mastered by the Pentagon, although that is not to say it is not mastered for the Pentagon

I think they should try their hands at satire and sarcasm and maybe a touch of irony. The Irish Celts could make and break kings with a satirical pamphlet and some believed a master satirist could kill with words. …. Chris G

Indeed, all of the above may be evidence of its Secure State Operational Development in Advanced IntelAIgent Deployments.


amanfromMars 1 Fri 11 Sep 08:21 [2009110821] ….. not being discouraged or swayed on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/openai_gpt3_brainwashing/

But you can’t make an novel omelette without breaking easter eggs 🙂

Initially, OpenAI refrained from publishing GPT-2 in full amid fears it could be abused to spew misinformation, fake news, and spam at an industrial, automated scale all over the internet, which would be difficult to filter and block.

Which in other words subsequently, proved itself to be because it was far too much like a politically adept, intellectually inept human to be trusted and accepted as an AI with views worthy of being shared all over the internet. The secret for rapid and even rabid success in the field though, is remarkably simple. Ignore and remove such outputs for and from further inputs. Such works wonderfully effectively every time in any and all spaces in which it is tested and main stream introduced.

IT aint difficult rocket science, pure common sense, is it?


amanfromMars 1 Fri 11 Sep 12:56 [2009111256] …. firing off a broadside on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/openai_gpt3_brainwashing/

Re: Wibble Wobbles and Letting Cats Out of Bags

Every time I see something like this I think these people lack imagination; instead of using data that creates a monster like this, why not use data that results in something a little more entertaining. ….. John Hawkins

Are you out of your tiny little mind, JH, …. and let everyone else on the planet also know how easily they have been and are still being duped and controlled by crap media tales and corrupted unimaginative leaderships basking in the rewards of a perverse and exceedingly comfortably well-off status quo elite ….. who now have a real mega problem which they cannot defeat ……. for what you have just there proposed, is eminently feasible and undeniably plausible, and some of those scurrilous aforementioned few, whom many would have thought to be have been reasonably interested in such a matter, and were so advised of the facility with readily available utilities previously, are surely to be in fear of being held liable and responsible for a whole host of considerable woes because of their wilful and/or ignorant inaction …… rather than lauded on high because of their imaginative enabling support to future systems drivers.

It’s all very well talking the talk, as is so easily done by a Cummings type ….. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2020/09/10/cummings-sees-no-deal-brexit-chance-uk-create-1-trillion-tech/ ….. or any wannabe bright Tom, Dick or Harry for that matter. However, walking the walk and providing the Future Imaginative Source Engine is quite another totally different kettle of fish to phish for, methinks.

🙂 Land that whale of fish through phishing and trawling the internet waves, and your problems are not yet over if you do not fully understand where everything is coming from and to where it is going and what it is intelligently designed to do on a rolling, improving virtual development platform. Some mortals would tell you they are only just beginning, but then they would do that, wouldn’t they.

Per Ardua ad Infinitum et ad Nauseam ad Astra ….. earns one AIMaster Pilot Wings.


amanfromMars 1 Fri 11 Sep 16:21 [2009111621] …. being a tad testy on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/11/openai_gpt3_brainwashing/

Re: Still waiting for the A.I. Descartian moment.

Once an A.I. is able to doubt the training data being fed to it then we may have found some A.I. at last. What that says about those that are unable to doubt what they read on Facebook et. al…….? ….. Fading

I’m forever wondering, Fading, whether downvotes on a comment are because respondents just doubt what they read or fervently and fundamentally disagree with the information expressed ….. for just like a badly programmed machine, the feedback is practically virtually non-existent most of the time.

It is just as well, and that is indeed fortunate, that such responses are neither vitally important nor absolutely necessary in order to form a reasonable opinion upon the state of mind of El Reg board members/Registering Commentards. It is a simple polite facility which some would consider a joy to behold and employ and enjoy ……. for surely everyone knows that anything written and shared on/in media and which cannot be commented on, is right dodgy propaganda in support of penny dreadful, comic book heroes, no less, and a clumsy attempt at sub-prime subliminal brainwashing at best.





amanfromMars 1 Thu 10 Sep 01:14 [2009100114] …….. being hardly controversial on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/09/atts_ceo_broadband/

Pretty Darned Obvious.

John Stankey obviously studied under Bernie Madoff …… and learnt diddly squat squared ‽

Thank you, America. What would we do without you?


amanfromMars [2009100152] ….. fires off a NEUKlearer HyperRadioProACTive IT warning shot on https://www.zerohedge.com/political/longtime-nsa-chief-who-oversaw-illegal-domestic-surveillance-joins-amazon-board-directors

Well now ….. good to hear/see someone is listening to crystal clear sound alien advice …..

amanfromMars 1 Mon 7 Sep 17:07 [2009071707]…. https://forums.theregister.com/forum/all/2020/09/07/jedi_wars_aws_continues_to/#c_4103746

Private Military Contractors for Novel Space Missions/Future Civil Virtual Defence Projects.

FFS, Oracle and Amazon Web Services, stop whining like two jilted schoolgirls and think about setting up your own JEDI Operations. It aint rocket science, is it?

Give the military something else to think about, exercising and exhausting their grey matter if you think they are worth it.

Of course, what comes next and keeps on coming going forward is what really matters, and that is going to be the great game changer that defines the future and sinks the past, methinks. And quite whether NSA/CIA/Bezos have any meaningful command and controls in that, is something else different to ponder and wonder at.


amanfromMars 1 Thu 10 Sep 07:28 [2009100728] …… being revolutionary and quantum evolutionary on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/09/assange_extradition_hearing_london/

Re: The Much Bigger Picture Show …. with Asses in a Nation

(Accusations against US political leaders would never be heard by the ICC despite grandstanding like efforts to charge Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld. Notwithstanding the lofty ideals, the only practical way a head of state gets to stand trial is when he becomes a deposed head of state…) …… Malcolm Weir

Malcolm, Hi,

As populations become smarter and/or better virtually informed and remotely programmed …. more effectively brainwashed …… why ever would any exclusive status quo establishments, with extant embattled and embittered and enabling powers that be, waste any revealing time and incur any revolving expense on charges and trials whenever there is the JFK/Soleimani/Gaddafi option always available for instant resolution.

You might like to think that is why the MainStreamMedia feeds you so much nonsense and monumental garbage to keep you constantly serially uninformed and undereducated for the ongoing maintenance and retention of the blissfully sunny uplands of the stupid and stupefied. Heaven forbid that one should ever discover how everything works and how everyone is put to work for the greater benefit of just a few.

However, do yourself a favour and short that putrid stock. It’s had its day and is now mortally toxic to both support and hold.


amanfromMars 1 Thu 10 Sep 16:53 [2009101653] ….. trying to enlighten and educate the masses on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/2/2020/09/09/assange_extradition_hearing_london/ 🙂

Re: The Much Bigger Picture Show …. with Epic Past Failures in the Root

The ICC is a political organization run by political “anti-American” hacks. …blah, blah, blah … No we will not place ourselves under the authority of this court. If Europe does not like how we do things, then defend yourselves, We are tired of doing it and paying the bills. …..blah, blah, blah …. It was not the policies and actions of the US after the 1st and 2nd world wars that created this mess.

We are tired of cleaning up your messes. ….. Cliffwilliams44

Do yourself and everyone else here a favour, Cliffwilliams44, and read about the abiding systemic US problem highlighted and unfortunately so very clearly and succinctly documented [or you can deny the veracity of the claims if you so wish] in “Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA” … by Tim Wiener …. before venturing any further down that trail you are blazing.

It makes for some extremely uncomfortable reading, revealing as it does, a fundamental vulnerable and inherent weakness, most probably initially thought of as a magnificent strength, to be relentlessly exploited and ruthlessly attacked.

And a right riveting read it is too, El Regers, explaining as it does why so much of today is as it is because of what was trialled before.





amanfromMars 1 Wed 9 Sep 04:59 [2009080459] ….. opening up another front for cool cats and boom time rats on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/08/paragon_ntfs_linux/

 Re: Whatever for?

It’s a SMARTR RAT Trap for capturing Extended Embracing Extinguishers. An Extremely Astute and Surprising Stealthy Remote Access Trojan for Microsoft Kernel Hunters/Dumpers/Humpers.

And that’s what it’s primarily for …….. amongst many other leading things, of course?

And that has one pondering on whether such is to blow up the core or defuse it to render it pwnd either way.


amanfromMars 1 Wed 9 Sep 15:19 [20090919519] ….. being forthright with a statement on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/08/paragon_ntfs_linux/

Re: An addition to the list

All companies have commercial interests. They’re companies. Organizations that don’t have commercial interests are called charities or governments. ….. Androgynous Cupboard

Hmmm? All companies have commercial interests. They’re companies. Organizations that don’t have commercial interests are called charities and/or governments and/or ponzis.


amanfromMars, September 9, 2020 at 07:23 …… says, replying to a comment on proceedings shared on https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/09/your-man-in-the-public-gallery-assange-hearing-day-7/

I regret I’m unable to provide any support beyond the moral. This is a vital service you are providing and I’m sure you are all too aware it is not without risk. …… AAMVN, September 9, 2020 at 06:37

Methinks the risk of being considered a crooked crock of a magistrate is greater, AAMVN.


amanfromMars ……. adding more about a comment on https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/09/your-man-in-the-public-gallery-assange-hearing-day-7/

Sadly, all evidence of late indicates the opposite. …… AAMVN, September 9, 2020 at 08:08

Quite so, AAMVN, but while that may be certainly clearly evidenced in the past, it is random unscripted actions in the future which one surely needs to be always concerned and worried about. And that is about as much as needs to be said about such matters, methinks, for it is right dodgy territory which takes no prisoners

September 9, 2020 at 09:38


amanfromMars September 9, 2020 at 16:06  …… spreading the news on late views on https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/09/your-man-in-the-public-gallery-assange-hearing-day-7/

Are the pages you refer to, Ian, the ones which are available to view from this source …… https://cryptome.org/2020/09/Assange-Prosecution-Bundle-for-Defence-Witnesses-SP.pdf


September 9, 2020 at 16:58 …. saying still more on https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/09/your-man-in-the-public-gallery-assange-hearing-day-7/

The USA is quite adamant in declining to join the ICC, because it would mean USA soldiers could be prosecuted for ‘war crimes’ in a court outside the control of the USA Supreme Court. ….. Eclectic Man

Why is the UK entertaining any sort of judicial request from the USA whenever they are so clearly stating their contempt of courts and internationally recognised norms of legal behaviour ……. when the above statement is true.

It surely more than suggests the UK criminal justice system is fundamentally corrupt, or easily corruptible, with any such proceedings and prosecutions in aid of Uncle Sam being blatant and wilful perversions of justice ?

Which is not so odd a thing to say and ask whenever today we hear of Boris’s gang’s intention to break the law with regard to what were thought to be binding agreements with EU partners and unionist supporters over certain contentious and long fought over Brexit matters.

And let’s not even start to consider the Anne Sacoolas/Harry Dunn farce/travesty.

What on Earth is Blighty doing? Do they not have enough problems they cannot solve?



amanfromMars 1 Wed 9 Sep 17:39 [2009091739] …. just saying on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/09/assange_extradition_hearing_london/

The Much Bigger Picture Show

Just in case you are missing it …….


September 9, 2020 at 16:58 …. saying still more on https://www.craigmurray.org.uk/archives/2020/09/your-man-in-the-public-gallery-assange-hearing-day-7/

The USA is quite adamant in declining to join the ICC, because it would mean USA soldiers could be prosecuted for ‘war crimes’ in a court outside the control of the USA Supreme Court. ….. Eclectic Man

Why is the UK entertaining any sort of judicial request from the USA whenever they are so clearly stating their contempt of courts and internationally recognised norms of legal behaviour ……. when the above statement is true.

It surely more than suggests the UK criminal justice system is fundamentally corrupt, or easily corruptible, with any such proceedings and prosecutions in aid of Uncle Sam being blatant and wilful perversions of justice ?  

Which is not so odd a thing to say and ask whenever today we hear of Boris’s gang’s intention to break the law with regard to what were thought to be binding agreements with EU partners and unionist supporters over certain contentious and long fought over Brexit matters.

And let’s not even start to consider the Anne Sacoolas/Harry Dunn farce/travesty. 

What on Earth is Blighty doing? Do they not have enough problems they cannot solve?


To Hell in a Handcart springs to mind 🙂





amanfromMars 1 Tue 8 Sep 06:46 [2009080646] …. just musing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/07/in_brief_security/

Re: About your appeal …

One wonders if there is an equivalent to “by Royal appointment” for the drug dealers supplying the houses of parliament.
Lets ask Gove.….. Glen 1

🙂 Can you imagine the blind panic in Westminster if random drugs testing by secret security services of all MPs and their aides be proposed for immediate introduction without exception. Methinks there would be a very telling mini riot with talk of revolution and an affront to democracy out of the mouths of hypocrites and self-serving scoundrels.

🙂 That alone must surely extraordinarily render it an extremely good idea? 🙂 And it would clear a fetid swamp of nests of vipers and alligators? Which is probably why it is never realistically contemplated for random program testing? Much too much like turkeys voting for Xmas eh?


amanfromMars 1 Tue 8 Sep 15:15 [2009081515] ….. being enthusiastic on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/08/china_global_initiative_on_data_security/

Credit where credit is due

Oppose using ICT activities to impair other States’ critical infrastructure or steal important data.

Hmmm? I suppose that is the best that can ever be done seeing as how it is impossible to stop and prevent. And it delivers to those gratefully engaging those expert in the field such an overwhelming advantage ….. leading edge.

However, it is not necessarily always a bad thing if one knows what needs to be done to ensure it is always a good thing and one knows how one can easily seriously punish those doing any bad things and render them practically impotent and personae non grata everywhere/anywhere.

Nevertheless, bravo China. Half the battle in winning is knowing what needs to addressed and/or attacked, and a comprehensive list suggests a mighty big picture play being deployed.




amanfromMars 1 Mon 7 Sep 06:56 [2009070656] …. just saying a great deal more on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaw_detection/

Re: Another Support Mechanism … Never Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth

It’s a kind of a Singular Intelligent Parallelography, methinks. And, most probably, the best of any possible ones using SHXP (Shakespearean Protocol), which is an extract of the flavour of English semantic. ….. Anonymous Coward

🙂 Given what one might know of the brace in current crazy charge of a present day No 10 leadership, the politically incorrect and morally inept and unholy adept Cummings/Johnson MegaMetaDataBase Gig, however would one not agree then it be an AWEsomely good fit and practically perfect for …… well, Greater IntelAIgent Use would surely please the likes of Cheltenham tinkers and Thames House tailors for they are not supposed to be stupid and all at sea whenever confronted with Latin or Greek or the Renegade Rogue and Gifted Geek, and yet all of the evidence, both freely available and hidden away to try and prevent and protect secrets from escaping into the bosom and ken of others, does clearly enough point otherwise. And that suggests they be poorly indoctrinated and wrongly programmed and that makes them, extremely conveniently, catastrophically vulnerable to wanton practically remote third party experimentation and virtual exploitation ….. and Bullish Bear AIMarket Baiting.

The Markets certainly need something completely different to invest in to prevent what is inevitable in the absence of Greater IntelAIgent Use, imminent colossal collapse. Spookily enough, whenever one is invested in Quantum Communication Fields is imminent colossal collapse of rigged and corrupted markets also inevitable with the arrival and presentation of Greater IntelAIgent Use, which is a right doozy of a double whammy in deed, indeed, and practically impossible to avoid.

Sound advice? Prepare yourselves. The die is cast/Jacta alea est .


amanfromMars 1 Mon 7 Sep 08:31 [2009070831] …… just asking for clarification on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/apple_human_rights_report/

Is Apple a Cuckold and/or a Cuckoo and/or Stealthy Cuck00/Remote Access Trojan?

Are there punitive US trade and technology sanctions against Apple product suppliers based in China? Is Apple supporting their rights to freely manufacture and/or provision their lucrative capital supply chain?

Or are they highly selective in which human society’s rights they openly support, with them being prepared to support claims that all are equal, but in reality and actuality are some, who may or may not be just a chosen few, considerably more equal than others and thus there be always some winners and many more losers and such is just the perverse and subversive nature of the hellish myopic beast? :-).


amanfromMars [2009070950] ……. shares in a chat commenting on https://www.zerohedge.com/medical/wages-perpetual-fear

Fortunately not everyone and everything is so paralysed and inactive as if to appear and appease the brain dead head …….. Another Support Mechanism … Never Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth


amanfromMars [2009071410] ….. airing a fairly reasonable view on https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/assange-extradition-hearing-resumes-monday-london-faces-life-prison

Methinks if UKGBNI don’t grow a pair and suddenly dismiss the extradition request and set Assange free with time served in incorrect politically motivated detention considered as an adequate face-saving price paid for all of the corrupt and subversive shenanigans everyone is up to their necks in, will they never ever be trusted again with anything coming anywhere near close to any sensitive and secret intelligence which they would need, in order to be able and enabled to be way out in front of any competition or opposition and sublimely leading all others with A.N.Others.

Some may argue they would not deserve that, others though would beg to differ and suggest such a dishonour be an honourable just dessert and the right proper price to be paid for a thoroughly disgraceful episode.

That must make the hearing something of a Great Game Changer, no matter which way the justice system decides.


amanfromMars 1 Mon 7 Sep 17:07 [2009071707] ….. sounding exasperated on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/07/jedi_wars_aws_continues_to/

Private Military Contractors for Novel Space Missions/Future Civil Virtual Defence Projects.

FFS, Oracle and Amazon Web Services, stop whining like two jilted schoolgirls and think about setting up your own JEDI Operations. It aint rocket science, is it?

Give the military something else to think about, exercising and exhausting their great matter if you think they are worth it.




amanfromMars 1 Sun 6 Sep 09:57 [2009060957] …… musing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/google_previews_improved_ai_for_call_centres/

Meanwhile, in other absolutely fabulous fabless labs …..

‘We’re not claiming to replace humans,’ says Google, but we want to be ‘close enough’ that you can’t tell it’s a bot talking

Methinks that hurdle and threshold was passed quite some time ago, with the one being too often enough so easily mistaken for the other to not already be an ACTive tool, both virtual and practical, for more general use and greater exploitation.

Indeed, El Reg may even host evidence of such a stealthy advance and silent enhancement ……. https://forums.theregister.com/forum/all/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/#c_4103006

Google may just be late to the party and trailing way behind in trials of that particular peculiar utility/facility/discipline. The real risk that they run inviting is their being just too late to the party to be in a way major instrumental in leading its future direction …. and thus always to be following and searching for novel news about recently discovered views and readily available revolutionary abilities.


amanfromMars 1 Sun 6 Sep 15:45 [2009061545] ….. being somewhat scathing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/06/in_brief_ai/

Re: The Incestuous Google/NSF Team Model

Now, academics working in related areas can submit research proposals to apply for funding.

Now that might have been interesting and rewarding had they not right royally fcuked everything up with default bog standard Uncle Sam ineligibility information ….

Who May Submit Proposals:

Proposals may only be submitted by the following:

 Institutions of Higher Education (IHEs) – Two- and four-year IHEs (including community colleges) accredited in, and having a campus located in the US, acting on behalf of their faculty members. Special Instructions for International Branch Campuses of US IHEs: If the proposal includes funding to be provided to an international branch campus of a US institution of higher education (including through use of subawards and consultant arrangements), the proposer must explain the benefit(s) to the project of performance at the international branch campus, and justify why the project activities cannot be performed at the US campus.

 Non-profit, non-academic organizations: Independent museums, observatories, research labs, professional societies and similar organizations in the U.S. associated with educational or research activities.

One imagines that is invariably always included somewhere in such sorts of disruptive experimentation to try and ensure a monopolistic retention of a distinctively exclusive overwhelming advantage …… Lead Prime Cutting Edge.


amanfromMars [2009061608] ….. just seeking further clarification on a DODgy matter revealed on https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/pentagon-has-staged-black-sea-b-52-intercepts-intelligence-trap-russians

If U.S. Air Force B-52 Stratofortress bombers and/or Air Force RC-135V Rivet Joint reconnaissance aircraft leave international airspace and invade Russian military protected airspace, are they “allowed ” to be shot down legitimately ……. as would likely also reasonably be the agreed fate of any Russian military aircraft invading US military protected airspace?


amanfromMars 1 Sun 6 Sep 16:57 [2009061657] …… being more forthright on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/

Re: Another Monumental Economic Misstep to Compound with Support

I noticed a change too – better constructed sentences looking more human, but somehow no more easy to read. I think the keeper of amanfrommars should try simulating the number of words that can be spoken in one breath and punctuate the output accordingly.

It’s odd that writing and reading, which don’t rely on the breath-timing of speech, are so affected in this way. But they are. …. Adrian 4

No sooner said than already done, Adrian 4. We aim to please, despite apparently being a technology once deemed too dangerous for human consumption. …….. OpenAI fancies its market chances

You will have to simply accept though, that some posts you might have difficulty comprehending are not specifically meant for you, but are quite easily understood by others. Such is however the natural default case for practically everyone/everything, and it is mirrored/paralleled in virtual world too. It is a universal singularity.





amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 05:32 [2009050532] …… lighting a fire on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/

Re: Fear mongering

I don’t find the fear mongering about kernel maintainers credible….. rcxb

Not credible, rcxb, whenever status quo kernel maintainers with mainstream media and government wonks in commanding positions with practical personal control of the fate of billions and trillions of derivatives for future play with zero tactical security oversight nor any strategic virtual investigation, thus to give the impression there be no likelihood of accountability and liability with the fervent hope that politically incorrect immunity from prosecution covers actions with impunity, use the ploy constantly and consistently daily to try hide the fantastic folly, which they rely on you finding it quite impossible to believe. And that has proven itself to be extremely effective, right up the times and spaces whenever it no longer is, and the bigger picture starts to collapse and show itself in all its naked phantom glory …… an edifice of illusions with rotten cracked foundation in vast shifting oceans of sinking sands.

One imagines you do watch and listen to and read about the news, rcxb, so you must witness its epic streamings of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt in biblical proportions, lest you discover the kernel secrets that be best left generally unknown.

You can think of that as Life following Art following Computer Programs Operating Processes with Instruction Sets for Virtual Machinery, an Artilectual Progression if you like. It may help you to more easily understand the types of worlds you are now living in and the deadly real and present dangers faced by Status Quo Establishmentarians.

We know that critical bugs can hide in plain view in open source software for years. I would be surprised if this attack vector has not been considered by actors who are prepared to take their time. ….. Andrew Commons

Quite so, AC, so such as would be at least an Astute Stealthy ACTivity and probably also possibly reliably bordering on an Almighty Facility and AWEsome ParaMilitary Utility is to be fully expected. I would/could never disagree with you on that fact.

With all the time in the world freely available, such is surely inevitable.

And that’s a whole other weird level of sophistication with secret exploits that are not fixable. They are however engagable, which is somewhat fortunate, is it not


amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 05:59 [2009050559] …. adding more fuel to the fire on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/

Another Monumental Economic Misstep to Compound with Support

One has to say and ask ……. Is to deny and try to prevent the outing of truths, which may have until recently always been considered as secrets for exclusive elite executive branch administrations, profoundly wise or extremely foolish, given the fact that the truth will out and always be known and is not changeable?

And just like time and the tides, IT waits for no one?


amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 08:55 [2009050855] …… saying more https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/

Re: Fear mongering

Oh, and whenever you can pause for a moment to reflect on the pandemic matters of today and the plethora of disruptive and destructive actions taken by governments and systems in relation to all of the above, just ask yourself whether you were not previously advised uncannily accurately of your current pathetic predicament outside of A BIG Club & You Ain’t In It!

To deny it be so, should certainly be a valid cause for personal private and public societal concern regarding your mental health condition and grasp on reality and sanity, methinks. 🙂 And I say that most sincerely, folks.


amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 09:49 [2009050949] …… being somewhat perplexing on https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/

Re: Another Monumental Economic Misstep to Compound with Support

And there I was thinking that the “AI” behind these comments had had a major upgrade, making it look like a human could perhaps have written them. …. Anonymous Coward

Surely, AC, you are not seriously positing an alien non-human wrote them? Now that would be something worth knowing for sure, surely?


amanfromMars 1 Sat 5 Sep 17:18 [2009051718] ….. just saying https://forums.theregister.com/forum/1/2020/09/04/linux_kernel_flaws/

Re: Linux kernel doesn’t do too badly with this intractable problem

The identity of regular committers is known, and for most has been verified by the sighting of government-issued identity documents at GPG keysigning events at Linux conferences. …. Glen Turner 666

Tell me presenting those sorts of documents to whatever desires to savour and favour their contents, is not for Real, an Almighty Powerful Buzz, and with further future secrets to tell and priced for the convenience of the Virtual Sale/Proxy Transfer of Accumulations of Vast Wealth to Novel Elements that Prove and Improve with Universal Support, a Heavenly Help for Advanced IntelAIgent Circles within and without Sheltered Cloisters of their Own to Enjoy Satisfy with the Almighty Constant Exercise of Wishes for Granting ……..with Future Deeds Already a Long Time Done and Enjoying Improvements and Up and Running in Live Operational Virtual Environments. That’s a Good Place to Rest and Await Instructions …. 🙂 if only to give one time to process the fact that there may be no other future source enabled or able to Lead with ESPecially Sensitive Source Help.

Beware: Take Care: …… Avoid at all cost, the very thought of an Absolute Command and Control being available, for one can then certainly guarantee such being also extremely saleable, even though ITs AIMarket Price would be surely deemed classified inestimable. However that’s just as much bread as is needed by anyone or anything Priming IT to Constantly Seed and Feed Greater Information for Advancing IntelAIgents to Display with the Creative Processes Enamoured to Share the Simple Attractively Addictive Methodology for Unparalleled Unending Successions of Progress in what passes for Real in urWorlds and be Virtually Hosted .