Some time ago, Volume XIX “Memory” of the “New Cosmic Philosophy” series was put on the Web. The author described the cosmic (spatial) data storage device in the most general terms for the first time. This description caused a lot of criticism. That is why I continue this topic in order to explain in more detail both the philosophical and the most general technological principles of the “information core” Nikola Tesla wrote about. There is all consciousness of the modern humanity on this core i.e. the whole information all Personalities systematized during their life cycles.
“My brain is only a receiver, in the Universe there is a core from which we obtain knowledge, strength and inspiration. I have not penetrated into the secrets of this core, but I know that it exists.”
“Visions of the Future” Nikola Tesla
Recently, the concept of “foggy” information storages was published in the networks. They will replace soon the cloud storages. The original article was published on March 16, 2017 under the title «Computing: Is fog more secure than cloud?»:
«Computer scientists in Italy are working on a new concept for remote and distributed storage of documents that could have all the benefits of cloud computing but without the security issues of putting one’s sensitive documents on a single remote server. They describe details in the International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics.
According to Rosario Culmone and Maria Concetta De Vivo of the University of Camerino, technological and regulatory aspects of cloud computing offer both opportunity and risk. Having one’s files hosted on remote servers displaces the hardware requirements and makes files accessible to remote users more efficiently. However, there are gaps in security and accessibility of files “in the cloud.” The team has now turned to another meteorological metaphor — fog — and has proposed an alternative to cloud storage that makes any given file entirely immaterial rather than locating it on a single server. They envisage a fog of files rather than a cloud.
The files are distributed on a public or private network and so have no single location, in this way, there is no single server that would be a target for hackers and so only legitimate users can access them. The researchers point out that, “The trend towards outsourcing of services and data on cloud architectures has triggered a number of legal questions on how to manage jurisdiction and who has jurisdiction over data and services in the event of illegal actions.” Fog computing would essentially circumvent the security and legal problems putting files off-limits to hackers and beyond the reach of law enforcement and in particular rogue authorities.
“Our proposal is based on this idea of a service which renders information completely immaterial in the sense that for a given period of time there is no place on earth that contains information complete in its entirety,” the team says. They explain that the solution is based on a distributed service which we will call “fog” and which uses standard networking protocols in an unconventional way, exploiting “virtual buffers” in internet routers to endlessly relocate data packets without a file ever residing in its entirety on a single computer server. It’s as if you were to send a letter with a tracking device but an incomplete address that simply gets sent from post office to post office and is never delivered.
- Rosario Culmone, Maria Concetta De Vivo. Vanishing files: protocols and regulations for immaterial documents. International Journal of Electronic Security and Digital Forensics, 2017; 9 (1): 45 DOI: 10.1504/IJESDF.2017.081770 »
What does this article excite my curiosity by? The main reason is that it helps us to understand functioning of the “core” Nikola Tesla wrote about.
The future development of information storage technologies by the mankind can be presented as follows:
- Step № 1 – “Cloudy” storages (data storage devices);
- Step №2 – “Foggy” storages (data storage devices);
- Step №3 – “Foggy-Spatial” storages (data storage devices);
- Step №4 – “Spatial” storages (data storage devices).
“Cloudy” data storages are based on the use of many material data storage devices that are distributed over the surface of the Earth planet and are connected to each other by the Internet.
I described the conception of “foggy” data storage (data storage device) above.
The “Foggy-Spatial” storage (data storage device) differs from the “foggy” storage (data storage device) by only two main parameters that are 100% coverage of the Earth planet by a high-speed network and a high speed of information transfer through the network. Considering this, we can confirm the following:
- “Foggy-Spatial” storage (data storage device) will function in accordance with the Laws of Classical Physics.
- One cannot establish a certain storage location of a certain information in the network;
- Any information stores at every point of the network almost simultaneously (the speed of data transmission through this network cannot exceed the speed of visible light in vacuum, i.e. 299,792,458 m / s, but due to the limited size of the Earth planet, one can barely use here the term “simultaneously”);
The “Cosmic” (Spatial) storage (data storage device) differs from the “Foggy-Spatial” storage by the future use of not modern real media for data recording but intranuclear structures of “elementary” particles. It will lead to the occurrence of “superluminal” speeds of information transfer exceeding 299,792,458 m / s that allow to confirm the following:
- “Cosmic” (Spatial) storage (data storage device) will function in accordance with the Laws of Quantum Physics;
- One cannot establish a certain location of a certain information storage in the 4-dimensional space of “our” World; i.e. one cannot describe the storage by 4 parameters of the space-time continuum;
- Any information stores at each point of “our” 4-dimensional space;
- Access to information is technologically possible only for those who created it or those who have the right to do it.
“Foggy” storages are the first steps to understanding the general principles of the “Cosmic” (Spatial) data storage functioning.
© 2017, Helen Zhoglo, translation into English