It's getting more and more difficult, when composing these blogs, to figure out how to "classify" them, since the technology itself is blurring our convenient pigeon-holes. Lately however, I've been following the developing stories on 3D printing from the hypothesis that the media stories and hype are being deliberately driven by the elites, as they are retrenching into their power base in North America, and perhaps expanding their capabilities in space and, as we saw yesterday, the ocean floors. In last Thursday's(actually, Friday's) News and Views for August 17, 2013, I also pointed out that when one connects the dots on these 3d printing stories, they suggest that humanity is taking the first halting steps in the technology trees leading to a kind of "Star trek" teleportation system, long a subject of science fiction fancy.  We are a long way from that, of course, not the least of which is in the ability to scan objects down to the molecular and atomic level, then reassemble them. The computing power alone needed for such a feat would seem to be beyond current capability, even for the zetabytes of the NSA's "let's snoop on everyone" program.  Additionally, one would have to develop special capabilities for biological systems.

Nonetheless, the faltering first steps are there to see, and as for the pronunciations of "impossibility" that will inevitably be heard from this or that circle, it is worthwhile to consider that science once assured us that humanity would never be able to cope travelling at speeds of more than 30 miles per hour. When a scientist says something is impossible, history seems to suggest that an engineer will take it as a challenge, and impossible barriers more often than not have fallen.

With that context of caveats in mind, consider thes developments:

3D-printed biological robots use heart cells to crawl to life-bio-robots powered by heart cell’s

3D Printer Bound for Space Station Passes Key Test

And this:

3D Printer Makes Tiniest Human Liver Ever

In other words, they are now doing the needed proof of concept experiments to demonstrate that 3d printing can handle the "manufacture" of biological organs, that they can print or manufacture parts for robots, and that biological cells printed with 3d printing can be integrated into them, and that it might be  possible to do this(and more) in space.

In other words, steps have been and are being taken to develop (1) the ability to scan any three dimensional object, as we saw in last week's news and views, (2) the ability to print biological material, and (3) the ability to do this in space, and each of these is a necessary step in the development of  teleportation capability. The next big advance must perforce come in the ability to make quantum computing a practical reality, and if possible to extend the capabilities of entanglement (the real problem).

Nonetheless, the steps are there for all to see. And here enters the "high octane speculation" part of the scenario, as always, fraught with a chain of "ifs" and "wherefores" along the way. I have been arguing lately that 3d printing, and the current media hype, is being deliberately driven.  A technology is being deliberately "talked about" to get it into the mainstream consciousness, in an effort to prepare for the cultural effects it will have, effects as dramatic if not more so than the information revolution brought about by the personal computer and the internet.  In that context I have been arguing that 3d printing has been around for a long time (and it has), and that its ultimate origins probably lie in the black world. This suggests that the actual hidden capabilities of the new technology are more than meets the public eye.

This, in turn, suggests that the scenario of teleportation is probably more than meets the public eye, though I am unwilling to maintain the sorts of scenarios that make the rounds on the "exopolitics" pages with their tales of teleportations to Mars and back again from the latest "whistleblower". The reality is more likely somewhere between what we see, and what the hyped stories are.

But the current mainstream stories are reality enough, and suggestive enough. Consider the effects of teleportation on trade, commerce, industry, the transportation grid, manufacturing, travel, and even the vacation industries. This alone should give one pause, and it does me, for it means a dramatic period of slow and controlled progression of the introduction of the new technology will be the chosen route the elites will use... too sudden, and everything is disrupted, and that only weakens their power base. Too slow, on the other hand, and one risks someone else doing an end run around the systems of institutions and controls they have put into place.  To my mind, this consideration makes the current hype about the capabilities of 3d printing all the more interesting... it is deliberate hype, the hype of those who know what the real capabilities may possibly be... it is the hype of those intent upon leading a revolution, rather than being overwhelmed by one.

See you on the flip side.

(And my thanks to Msrs V.T., S.D, and Ms P.H. and many others for sharing these and similar articles lately)

Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. cwickenkamp on August 19, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    Kidneys, bones and blood vessels in this story in Popular Science

    5 Body Parts Scientists Can 3-D Print

  2. henry on August 19, 2013 at 12:38 am

    “and everything is disrupted, and that only weakens their power base. Too slow, on the other hand, and one risks someone else doing an end run around the systems of institutions and controls they have put into place. To my mind, this consideration makes the current hype about the capabilities of 3d printing all the more interesting… it is deliberate hype, the hype of those who know what the real capabilities may possibly be… it is the hype of those intent upon leading a revolution, rather than being overwhelmed by one.”
    In other words, with or without the Western elites in charge of “homeland”, civilization on earth will still advance scientifically. I wonder what comes out of the “win-win” negotiation allegedly going on between various representatives.

  3. Jon on August 18, 2013 at 11:17 pm

    I don’t think they will succeed with this purely by scanning on the pysical level – I think they will need to access the higher dimensional “blueprint” before they can “transport” a living being. That means higher dimensional work on Whittaker wave pairs needs to done – a lot of it. (Bearden maintains the Russians are way ahead in this.)

    The addition of Wildberger’s simplification of trig, which scales quite readily into higher dimensional geometry, will simplify the computational workload considerably, and with higher accuracy.

    We are getting closer and closer to the “replicator” kind of tech from StarTrek, however, and 3-D printing has already had a huge impact on manufacturing in the U.S. There are many places where one may send a 3-D file and get a one-off part fabricated in over 35 different materials, including metals. Metals which don’t lend themselves to direct 3-D printing, can have a plastic (or wax?) mold made by a 3-D printer, and then be cast in the normal process.

    This could very well rekindle the manufacturing sector in the US, and also make it more decentralized and effecient. The combination of 3-D printing and CNC machining has incredible potential. There is a YouTube video of a motorcycle helmet being machined from a single block of aluminum by a 5-axis CNC device which is truly amazing to watch.

    A company which is already making strides in scanning and computer machining is the family-owned American music company called Carvin. They manufacture fantastic guitars and basses by laser scanning a hand-built original, and then can replicate as many as they like to amazing accuracy, something on the order of one ten thousandth of a mm. They also have video on their site of the process, and it is a trip to watch these machines work. This capability has allowed Carvin to compete with much bigger companies even though they manufacture here in the US.

    This kind of technology is making real a prediction of Bucky Fuller, who pointed out back in 1968 that we could automate everything possible to automate at that time, divide up the rest of the work machines couldn’t do, and we would all work only two weeks a year and have an income of $40,000 (1968 dollars!). he later revised that in the late 1980s, and it had shrunk to two hours and a million dollars a year. Imagine what it would be now . . . .

    One can only imagine waht they have in the black project world – 50 or more years ahead of what they are revealing now.

  4. paraschtick on August 18, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    The whole 3D printing idea is an interesting one, though I’m not too sure that the powers that be can think that far ahead about such things. They play the long game, but seeding things like 3D printing out into the populace, I’m not too sure.

    Anyway, this is an interesting article about 3D printing on the BBC I saw this morning browsing the internet:


    3D printing may not be the Star Trek replicator or teleporter for a wee while yet 😀

    [Oh and in other news. I came across the UN’s Office for Outer Space Affairs recently http://www.oosa.unvienna.org, and being fascinated by this idea because I never knew it even existed, I did some digging around about it. And what I found was quite interesting.

    I found the following organisations share the same internet name server with the OOSA:

    http://www.imolin.org/ – the International Money Laundering Information Network

    http://incb.org/ – the International Narcotics Control Board

    http://www.unodc.org/ – the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

    https://www.paris-pact.net – Paris Pact Initiative (which apparently combats trafficking of drugs originating in Afghanistan)

    Outer space, money laundering, drugs … hmmmm :D]

    Hope all is well,

    Harvey P.

    • cwickenkamp on August 19, 2013 at 3:43 pm

      There is so much more than the physical structure to reproduce.

      Could someone really replicate Cannibis? Is this why the Narcotics Control people are in on it?

      • paraschtick on August 20, 2013 at 3:05 pm

        The physical structure (of the breakaway civilization, if it exists) is probably not reproducible. I would think that “they” would keep things off the internet and public gaze as much as possible. Or hide things in strange places where one would never think about looking for it/them (I’m thinking Dr Farrell’s mentioning of certain technologies (Philadelphia Experiment stuff, I think … grasping at the edges of my memory here :D) in the US Coast Guard for instance. Noone would ever think in looking there for exotic technologies of any kind.

        Nevertheless, I thought it amusing that the OOSE would be on a server with all these other departments which seem to be dedicated to fighting money laundering, drug production etc. Sounded a bit like what Dr Farrell was talking about ie using drug money, and the hidden economic system to fund technologies for getting the breakaway civilization off planet etc etc etc (Paraphrasing hugely here, of course :D).

        There is probably no connection at all but it amused me to see a possible glimmer of truth to Dr Farrell’s speculation.

        And as for cannabis replication. All they need to do for that is grow more plants. Job done 😀 … and you probably wouldn’t need a Star Trek replicator for that. And, if they just decriminalized cannabis and put a big tax on it, then they may get a ton of money pretty quickly for black budget projects (but I wouldn’t really like that to happen because there always seem to be a large number of smug people who want cannabis legalized, and I really don’t like smug people :D).

        Anyway, I always believe that prison officers are drawn to such a job since they are similar to the criminals to they look after. Power etc etc etc. I wouldn’t be surprised if the people behind “Narcotics Control” themselves are part of the problem. They, themselves, probably get funded partially from the sale of narcotics. It wouldn’t surprise me to tell you the truth.

        Best wishes


  5. marcos toledo on August 18, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    To use the Ben Rich rule they probably been working on this for at lest sixty years. Thanks for the link to http://www.arabnews.com Margaret. Look up http://www.controversalfiles.net today 08/18/13 they have story on the possibility that AIDS was manmade and another on this girl who’s eight but looks like and behaves like a eighteen month old and they mention in passing a twenty nine year male with the body of a ten year old. The last story should interest you Mr..Farrell and Mr. de Hart for it’s transhumanist implications.

    • Joseph P. Farrell on August 18, 2013 at 2:53 pm

      lol…I like that: the Ben Rich Rule!

    • Margaret on August 18, 2013 at 5:09 pm

      Hi Marcos, I looked at that giant handprint story yesterday … not convinced. But while there I saw the report about the rare non-aging condition (‘biological immortality’ ?) and it’s so bizarre, as is the whole website. 😉 BTW, the link is http://www.thecontroversialfiles.net .

      As a side note, there is a *wonderful* interview on Trans Resister Radio with Dr de Hart discussing his research and writing of “Shelley Unbound” … fascinating to say the least! We hear so much about him, but not enough from him 😉

  6. jedi on August 18, 2013 at 10:49 am

    nice article….although some of us dispute the “body” of evidence.

  7. Robert Barricklow on August 18, 2013 at 9:44 am

    “They” control the power curves. For example, the energies/moneys’ monopolies’ have been entwined for a very long timeline. They(“systems”, for example, intiated the relatively recent WWI & WWII for more power controls, system(s) upgrades, ect. The deceptions involve go extremely deep. So deep, in fact, tha many at deeper levels, are completely unaware of being manipulated. Even at the deepest level(s), those few are also unawarw. The problem is systemic in many disciplines. Not only the obvious biological ones, but the systemic “system(s)” faults, that are purposely designed to be exploited.
    To cut to the chase.
    Cui Bono?

  8. Margaret on August 18, 2013 at 8:45 am

    Other researchers have been able to perform the reverse – attaching mature human skin cells to ‘decellularized’ mouse hearts – to create heart tissue. After 3 weeks the mouse heart was completely rebuilt with human heart cells and began beating autonomously at a rate of 40 to 50 bpm. http://www.arabnews.com/news/461116

    Re teleportation, I have often wondered if Project Serpo – alleged to be an extraterrestrial exchange program between the US and planet ‘Serpo’ – was a fiction floated out by ‘the breakaways’ to cover a leak about a real secret space program underway and later, in the usual fashion, debunked as a complete hoax.

    • henry on August 18, 2013 at 11:17 pm

      Quite interesting the Ayahuasca spirit also puts the Greys and Nazis together.
      It’s also interesting to think in the Stargate universe its actually the Grey aliens/Asgard that shared the teleportation technology with the U.S. government.
      “The Asgard have shared beaming technology with Earth, and it is installed on Earth battlecruisers.”
      The Asgards are portrayed as having direct cultural affiliation with Nordic/Germanic peoples.
      If i combine Dr.Farrell’s proposition that the Roswell Greys are a coverup to some advanced but human technology developed by the surviving Nazis, and Steven Greer’s claim that the Greys are biorobotics created in reproduction facility at Pine Gap, in other words, if i skip the “alien nonsense”, what’s left for me is the possibility that not only the “breakaway” civilization already possess such technology where the teleportation requires the quantum computing ability to scan and reassemble on a molecular level, they could have been using 3d-printing technology in manufacturing your typical “alien”.
      The funny thing is in countries like China, people don’t get abducted by Grey aliens. And in Russia, they may be “found dead” rather than harassing humans.

  9. Sagnacity on August 18, 2013 at 8:40 am

    That’s NOT livers that are being scanned and then rebuilt/copied by a 3D printer. It’s that a 3D printer can lay out already existing liver cells (which can be grown in a lab), then that layout continues to grow into a functioning liver. So this tech is very very far from being able to scan atoms+molecules and then rebuild them somewhere else out of new material.

    Quoting the New Scientist article: “Lab-grown livers have come a step closer to reality thanks to a 3D printer loaded with cells”, note the word “loaded”.

    So in this case the 3D printer is acting like a factory robot using already made parts to build an item.

    Very far from teleportation of a person.

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