From time to time, you will hear me mention Beast and a version number. What is Beast?
Put simply, “Beast” is the code name for the experimental bleeding edge subliminal I use to rapidly test various new technologies. It could be likened to a computer security “sandbox” concept. It allows me to test specific sections of script in a safe environment that forces focus on them in particular. It also makes testing new tech go much faster than it would be otherwise.
It is called “Beast” because the “sandbox” code is so complex that it is a beast to work with, and because it literally encompasses all known 6G technology currently developed so far, making it also a beast to build. But it keeps me safe.
The latest version, as of this writing, is Beast 14. I’m hoping to achieve the design goal with Beast 14. Whether this happens remains to be seen.
From Beast, we will extract the technology modules that will make 6G out of the skeleton script.
That is Beast.
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