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3d PRINTED FOOD, AND NASA

It's becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with the spate of articles appearing about the latest technology fad, 3d printing. But this one I couldn't resist, since it was posted on my Facebook wall by a Facebook friend who had read the blog I composed a few days ago called "3D Printing Update: Biology and Space."  I've been arguing, as regular readers here know, that the 3d printing phenomenon is in part (1) an elite-driven meme, designed to plant the concept in the wider culture, for the purposes of long-term cultural transformation. (2) This in turn arises out of the oligarchs' need to retrench themselves back into their power base of North America, and to bring manufacturing "back home" in a major way, while dispersing and decentralizing it. (3) This is being done simultaneously as the oligarchs are promoting the development of energy resources indigenous to their power base, and not dependent on Middle Eastern or other sources,whose reliability is always in question. (4) The technology represents a deliberate leak from the black projects world, and was in fact developed some time ago when it first made a public appearance.

Finally, I have argued that the technology is in fact one crucial component of any practical system of teleportation, and additionally, that in its current known state, it could be used to manufacture parts in space, in an effort to drive down space costs. It is, however,  with the teleportation prospects that we are concerned, for when 3-d printing and all the scanning technologies being developed are connected, it becomes possible to argue that some hidden hand is driving the quest to achieve Star Trek like capabilities, not only with teleportation - the "transporter-beam-me-up Scotty" technology - but also the replicator, the microwave-like appliance that zaps up chocolate sundaes and Earl Grey tea by rearranging the molecules of whatever else happens to be lying around.

In other words, a sure sign that the powers that be are going after all this technological wizardry would be to see not only if they are contemplating moving three d printing into space (and they are, as we've seen in the past few days), but if they intend to "print food" with it.

Well, they are intending precisely that:

3d Printed Food Development Funded by NASA

The benefits of such a technology for deep space exploration by humans on long journeys would be obvious, the ability to print food would alleviate the need to bring along a food supply, or perhaps not as much as without the capability. And - to put it as delicately as possible - three-d printing might inevitably prove to be the ultimate water and waste purifier. In any case, this little video is yet another clear indicator that with the 3d printing story, one has to connect the dots of what is actually being done, not only with scanning, entanglement, manufacture, but with what they want to use it for, and who is behind its development.

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14 thoughts on “3d PRINTED FOOD, AND NASA”

  1. Funny that John Farrell mentions that the oligarchs are pushing this 3D technology. It first appeared in the October issue of Wired Magazine 2012. Then amazingly enough, in the issue of Foreign Affairs Nov/Dec issue, written by the professor @ MIT that had actually developed it. Which surprised end as I’d always figured they’d never let this out.
    Just so you know.

  2. To Serve Man Frankie a Twilight Zone episode well we know what our masters think of us. Well Mr. Farrell how along do think Gene Roddenbury universe is with all these teleportation and replicators technology stories coming out fast and furious twenty fifty years maybe ?

  3. The elites are in trouble.
    spreading the pasture with bs grows grass for sheep

    The pastors have lost the sheep.

    Light contains dna coding, and beamed life to the planet. A complete circle of life, inter dependent on all life forms….and then the root problem occurred…..all recorded in the bible.

    1. [Another] Good one Robert. Thanks for the laugh and the link, I’ll add it to my list of daily visits …

  4. Ultimately, they’d like us to eat 3D printed cockroaches (while they eat heritage vegetables and pastured beef).

  5. Putting astronauts in hibernation would decrease food need – 2001 Space Odyssey style – with only minimal intravenous feeding necessary. NASA is working on that too … looking at the mid-2030s for the first manned Mars mission.
    http://www.space.com/22520-incredible-technology-mars-astronauts-suspended-animation.html

    Foods might be replicated by inputting genomic sequences developed from bioinformatic technology/synthetic biology? Preprogrammed meals at the push of a button, vending machine style! How about quantum replication … might look like teleportation of a piece of food or a whole meal? That’s real instant food …

    And re manufacturing parts in space, here’s this from MIT: new 3-D chainmail interlock [lattice] system with 10x the stiffness by weight can revolutionize the assembly of … spacecraft … The technology combines fiber composites, cellular materials, and additive manufacturing, i.e. 3-D printing. Robotic systems could be used for assembling. Looks promising …
    http://phys.org/news/2013-08-approach-big-small-interlocking-pieces.html

    1. Update: NASA is developing an orbiting factory that will use 3-D printing and robots to fabricate large-scale spacecraft components like trusses to hold solar arrays up to a kilometre in length, giant football-field sized antennas and telescopes. Stated purpose: to help search for Earth-like exoplanets and evidence of extraterrestrial life.
      Re those huge antennas, I’m wondering if they are advanced ‘breakaway’ technology that has already been built and are in fact the mysterious triangular-shaped objects that people have been reporting for years as UFOs.
      http://www.dezeen.com/2013/08/30/nasa-develops-3d-printing-factory-in-space/

  6. Eric Dollard points out that the radio and electric transmission system of Ernst Alexanderson already sure implied teleportation. And that was in about 1915. Alexanderson spent his entire career at GE labs from the teens until something like 1970. It would be something like the “jump room” people claim has been built.

    3D printing remains far from a transport system, mostly because they don’t understand matter and more specifically don’t understand what it is to be alive.

    3D printing of complex parts, or food etc is tricky and unlike to be able to be done en mass on say a space station–perhaps the surface of Mars though.

  7. Doc: Synchronicity on the run…or, is that “the runs”, when it comes to 3-D printed food. Not a pretty picture in the confines of a tin can in the vacuum between here and Mars.

    This will be how TPTB will attempt to control food sources on terra firma. Hello Mon/GMO’s.

    As recently queried, the real issue will be the production, transportation and storage of the raw materials for printing. The “inks” of 3-D.

    Thoughts on “inks”?
    Thanks.

    ps. Thanks for the “doff of the hat”, so to speak.

    1. Frankie Calcutta

      Shockandawe,

      I might be wrong but I thought the raw materials were going to be on the asteroids we grab and mine. Other raw materials could be teleported from Earth (Mars,Moon, etc). Would human bodies make good raw material for manufacturing space technology? I think I was taught long ago all the elements on the periodic table could be found in the human body. We are certainly a cheap, bountiful and expendable resource to the elite.

      I keep thinking that someone here on Earth cut a deal with denizens on another planet to sell humans as livestock. What better way to ship us to market than in a teleportation/microwave oven?

      1. Frankie Calcutta: Never considered humans as source material… you may be on to something akin to “Soylent Green”, the movie that is, and the above-cited episode of Twilight Zone.

        Sourcing asteroids and the like, seems reasonable enough, if we are already out there.

        With the current events here on terra firma (not so firma latterly!), I personally don’t foresee us venturing off-world. Sorry Doc! Love your work!

        1. Frankie Calcutta

          Humans as the ink for the new 3D printers? What will those zany scientists at DARPA think of next?

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