UFO Singularity: Why Are Past Unexplained Phenomena Changing Our Future? Where Will Transcending the Bounds of Current Thinking Lead? How Near Is The Singularity? by Micah Hanks is a considerable work on the emerging technologies which could serve as conditions precedent to verifying the existence of UFOs at some time in the future. This feat would be done through the prism of artificial intelligence and bioengineering of humans for space travel. The author puts a time frame of a quarter of a century for enhanced humans to adapt to a multiplicity of outer space environments.
Hanks discusses the possibility of mind combination which provides additive perspectives by aggregating communal intelligence into a centralized artificial intelligence or learning capability. The author holds the belief that the universe
itself consists of a digital superstructure which can be accessed.
In fact, Hanks provides a date for creating human intelligence far beyond our own capabilities now. The date is just several decades away. The author predefines UFO technologies as encompassing advanced bioengineering of humans, anti-gravitational aircraft, and time travel which Einstein touched upon
At some point in the not too distant future, Hanks believes that humankind will achieve techno-hyperdevelopment which precedes artificial intelligence greater than human beings. At this point in time, the concept of singularity will have been achieved.
Hanks draws many of his theories from authoritative sources, such as Journal of Applied Physics, The Guardian, ATT Labs, Physical Review, Scientific American and Nanotechnology.
UFO Singularity is an interesting work for science buffs to contemplate humankind’s future efforts in finding life outside of the earth’s frame of reference. A main point of the book is that the scientific community is closing in on the prerequisite technologies for communicating with beings from other galaxies utilizing Einstein’s theories of time slowing down together with digitalization across the universe and the re-engineering of the human body for space travel in the upcoming centuries. A weakness of the presentation is that the author doesn’t mention nuclear fusion technologies in space travel. The use of these technologies may be needed to transport humans to distant planets in the future.Powered by Sidelines