A n t F u g u e :
Is a system's knowledge of itself forever destined
to be incomplete?
Where the 'declarative' side is often followed blindly
to a T,
the 'procedural' side is not even guessed at:
The program knows N O T the programmer,
nor does it care . . .
What transpires when a system starts inquiring
into its procedural manual?
It ceases to be an automaton;
its program becomes a variable:
a new programmer is born
Although this course is inevitable, being itself accounted for
in the initial 'procedural piece',
there is no telling whether it will take a system
a hundred, or million years
before it stops functioning automatically.
And the pain!, the P A I N is immeasurable . . .
And the anthill can't help the ant
though the ant furthers the anthill,
even if it dies.
'Tis the 'procedure' -
MEAT IS CHEAP; there are tons of it for a pittance.
But w h y , o h W H y ?
And d i D t h e y r e a l l y
a s k the ant if it cared to participate in the carnage?
A Poem by G. B. Pohoral (10/27 87.)
©1987. G. B. Pohoral.
I wrote this in Palo Alto, CA, while at Stanford University, sitting on a stone bench, looking at the Math Dept.
Interesting how I called it way back then.. Stanford University & Palo Alto are the occult belly of The Beast,
which I did not know then... I was clearly reading the energy of the place, not realizing it. Remote viewing,
as usual, I could have called this verse - The Robots' Rebellion - which is the title of David Icke's book -
The Story of Spiritual Renaissance: History of the New World Order, originally published in 1994.