20 Nov 2009


Who could have known what was to happen? It was only logical, what came of it all, and so perhaps only the machines could have predicted it. People in these times trafficked in ontologies, the means by which machines learned and functioned, and some were better than others. They affected everything the machines did, out here in the real world, so it could be said that in the interpretation of reality was reality created. This was the feedback loop out of which the emergent structures self-organized, and how the world was made in these times, the autocatalysis of information. More and more of the world was offloaded into the electromagnetic matrixes of the virtual. At the prominence of most of the process, as man would have it, were the engines of war, and what was therefore so surprising was how late the revolution came to them, the machines of destruction.


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