I see elements in my designs for the optical computer that would make sense in a quantum computer. I’m just the type of person that would sit on a secret about some type of massive system that I designed, and then I would pull out the intelligence maybe 10-20 years later and say “Look! Here’s the solution to your problem!” and people would just be irritated by how stupid I was to not release the information, while at the same time they would realize I’m an absolute genius because I figured it out.
That’s the way I feel with my inventions.
There’s the holographic laser system, that programs photons at the individual level, using laser streams, or photonic programmers, that align the photons to specific glide paths, and attribute them with specific light characteristics, on a X, Y, Z scale, and I have all types of inventions like this.
Therefore Government, and major companies like IBM and Microsoft need to just take the information and use it, and deal with me later, because I honestly could design this stuff all day – it’s just the level that I’m taken seriously, and I do things to get noticed – but not the types of scientific things that you would expect from a scientist. So, it’s the dependency on surveillance, and my ability to detect it, and all of the technologies that I use, such as AT systems, that allows me to design these types of complex systems.