8th October 2007 | Uncompleted
Unforeseen Change-enabling Breakthrough
from harmful interrogation research
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It might be the case that ECHELON derives part of its power from a paradigm
significantly shared with Google -- and responsible for thatter's success.
Google scans content (search queries, emails) for patterns with which advertising
messages can be meaningfully associated for commercial purposes. Clearly
ECHELON scans content to detect opportunities for disruptive intervention, "below
the radar", in support of national security (defined to include national
commercial advantage). However, NOLEHCE benefits from a different application
of the same paradigm. It detects subtle patterns with which enabling messages
can be associated to facilitate emergence of higher order knowledge or social
structures. Where ECHELON essentially feeds a "toxic" agent into
a pattern to destroy, deactivate or denature it -- a "dumbing down" process
-- NOLEHCE feeds in appropriate resonance enhancing agents and catalysts.
These enable new learning and the communication of more complex memes.
Of course the question with regard to both the Google and the NOLEHCE application,
as for ECHELON, is who assesses the validity with which psychosocial systems
are "groomed" and "cultivated" in this way?