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Hidden and withheld technology

Russia Bernd 2023-08-13 13:17:38 ⋅ 11mn
No. 282971
What do you think about the teory, that governments and corporations have more advanced technology that they don't reveal? I remember one shizo saying to me, that governments had Image generation and voice generation technology for decades and only now we get imagen, because governments and certain corporations just reveal what they had in their possession for decades, only revealing it now because they have even more advanced examples at their disposal Lets talk about why is it possible or not possible. As a proof i present this video of a walking robot from Boston dynamics which is 10 years old, they had this tech for humanoid robots long time ago, but at some point made it secret, possibly because they got involved with the millitary
Germany Bernd 2023-08-13 13:34:40 ⋅ 11mn No. 282973
Not possible: Governments/corporations do not have any incentive of withholding technology since it would give them an economic edge over other governments/corporations. Why wouldn't you take it? This would only make sense if there was a secret world government/corporation along with a secret research facilities and secret recruiting centres. This would have to be so big that it wouldn't be possible to keep it secret anymore Especially since this secret super research facilities would have to recruits the best minds of every generation and somehow make them disappear from the public eye. This is just not possible. The petman video proves nothing. It is inferior to a human to do universal tasks and it is inferior to a robot on wheels/chains to do specialized tasks. It might be an impressive prototype but still far away from anything that could have any real world use.
Russia Bernd 2023-08-13 13:48:43 ⋅ 11mn No. 282974
>>282973 Imagine that they get some technology that gives them advantage, but at the same time they afraid that if they reveal it to the public - other corporations and governments of other countries start developing their own prototypes of this technology. And i am talking about some technological solutions that may be obscure to the point where even mentioning it in the patent might give someone else a clue on how to replicate it, what approach to take in tackling the problems unlocking this technology.
Russia Bernd 2023-08-13 13:52:58 ⋅ 11mn No. 282975
>>282973 >somehow make them disappear from the public eye. Don't have to go that far. Often good money, contracts and threat of enforcment works.
Germany Bernd 2023-08-13 13:53:56 ⋅ 11mn No. 282976
>>282974 But if you patent it you can sue others if they use this technology. If you don't patent it and someone manages to steal the technology and patents it himself. You are going to have a bad time.
Germany Bernd 2023-08-13 13:55:25 ⋅ 11mn No. 282977
>>282975 Does not matter. If the top 5% of every year of engineering students get some position were they are unable to tell anyone about it, it would come out eventually.
United States Bernd 2023-08-13 15:59:34 ⋅ 11mn No. 282988
I read The Montauk Project: Experiments in Time and found the Truthism web site sometime in 2006 or 2007 and simply assumed that anything, everything is possible and is, in fact, very true, real, and available in the present. I told myself something to the effect of: "assume everything to be possible, true, and real and work my way from there." This may have contributed to my progressing mental illness eventually resulting in full-blown psychosis by 2019.
Finland Bernd 2023-08-13 17:51:01 ⋅ 11mn No. 283002
Idk about that but there is a lot of potentially revolutionary technology that has been cast out of the public eye and that hardly anyone knows about Eg: -The paralysis cure that was achieved with Darek Fidyka in 2014 using stem cells taken from his nose -DRACO antivirals, an antiviral drug technology that has the same potential to wipe out all viral disease as has been achieved with antibiotics vs bacterial disease -LK99 will soon be forgotten and people will start to pretend it was just a hoax
Russia Bernd 2023-09-18 13:54:00 ⋅ 10mn No. 288380
>>283002 LK99 was already forgotten, really strange. When it was in the news, there were isolated mentions of similar technology ideas appearing in the past and vanishing without trace You'd think Koreans who had a chunk of this material would run aplenty of demonstrations
Finland Bernd 2023-09-18 15:12:06 ⋅ 10mn No. 288386
>>288380 This was not yet clear a month ago when I made that post. Them Goreans did bost experiments supposedly demonstrating LK99's superconductivity but they were mistaken about the reason why the material demonstrated the behavior that it did. They also bosted instructions for manufacturing the material, which many did, and they also bosted an article or two explaining the supposed mechanism behind the superconductivity. It was not a hoax, it was just a mistake that a bunch of scientists made. As for the other things I mentioned, those things actually do work and have been experimentally verified
Russia Bernd 2023-11-22 13:15:27 ⋅ 8mn No. 294181
i think i SAW this technology before, maybe in some movie or something
Russia Bernd 2023-11-22 13:17:56 ⋅ 8mn No. 294182
Russia Bernd 2023-11-22 13:21:00 ⋅ 8mn No. 294183
>>294181 >>294182 ah, it was in this movie
Russia Bernd 2024-04-17 13:36:46 ⋅ 3mn No. 306122
Is it development, or just disclosure?