Metavalent Stigmergy

How New Default Consensus Realities Instantiate

The End of The Beginning

As of today, the subvalent domain name squatters have been displaced; so we can drop the emphasis on “.dot. INFO” in page title, site ID branding, and finally move forward as initially intended in the secondary plan. As always, it’ll still take a couple days for DNS to propagate globally. Meanwhile, the Great Leap Forward is already well underway … in SL, in FL, and mediated by scifi IRL.<blockquote>Maia Skouris: “You’re wrong mom. We are in control now. It’s better that way.”</blockquote>In other news, hooray for UBIK … the fictitious (see note 1) OTC “ubiquinone” nutriceutical supplement is dubbed the make believe human enhancement risk-mitigating solution!<blockquote>Jordan Collier: “The world will have to deal with us.”</blockquote>P.S. If these whimsical character quotations mean nothing to you, that’s quite alright; but for those who are among The 300 IRL and The 4400 in SFL (SciFi Life), I just couldn’t resist the post. :-)

P.S.S. HA-HA-HA! Whoever linked ubiquinone in wikipedia to Coenzyme Q10 – and thanks to WikiDashboard we get to see! – probably deserves to share in any awards that go to the 4400 team!</em>

(1) 12/1/2007 Update – In another display of personal ignorance, I mistakenly called ubiquinone “fictitious.” It’s not. It is indeed a name for conventional CoQ10, while Life Extension Magazine reports, “Findings just released at the 5th Annual International CoQ10 Symposium (November 9-12, 2007, in Kobe, Japan) show [enhanced absorption CoQ10] ubiquinol to be remarkably beneficial in those with advanced-stage cardiac disorders.”

Written on November 15, 2007