The show begins:HPRF (High Power Radiofrequency) weapons systems, HPV (Hypervelocity) projectiles ... it's all been experimented with offshore for years by the U.S. Navy at its "warfare training range complexes." Marine animals have been "taken" (harmed, killed, harassed) by Navy admission. Now the boys can meet, see, touch and feel, buy and sell! Quote: Over the course of our packed three-day summit, we will look closely at advances in directed energy technology ... in the field of next generation munitions.Join thought-leaders and colleagues from government, academia and industry as we look at existing and future requirementsto put this game-changing technology into the hands of the warfighter.
Brian Thiesen of BC, Canada, is one of the best on smart-meter dangers. Fact:Smart meters have no surge arrestors (analog meters do), which is why voltage spikes end up ruining your appliances and can even cause the meters to explode. Collecting data (a form of surveillance) on users, which is what smart meters are used for, has brought trillions of dollars to utility companies, whose profits had been dropping. So our sturdy analog meters (too "dumb" to gather data) were declared obsolete and replaced with Smart Meters. See proof of the huge pulses put out by the meters, which are now admitted to do this over 100,000 times a day.
People are sending me this video (March 19, 2016) so I am posting it. "Sophia" by Hanson Robotics is considered the most advanced A.I. robot to date, made of Frubber and programmed to behave and speak just like a human. I am a bit shocked to see some similarity between me and it (!?). By the way, the name "Sophia" (variants Sofia, Safia, Sonia, Sonja) comes from the Greek word for knowledge/wisdom.
Fake News: Real Time Facial Manipulation
Don't believe the news is fake? Watch this analysis of how "new" video technology works so that anyone can be made to "say anything"on LIVE TV! Note that what is being called "new" in technology today is probably pretty old, meaning it's been tried out on us for a long time. Quote: I don't think the casual viewer has a chance in hell of knowing whether or not those are legitimate facial expressions or ones being employed by this technology [with artificially created audio to match!] ... For more, click here.
Predicting the Future: Bored and Asleep
From the 1981 Louis Malle film "My Dinner With Andre" ... the whole movie was a 2-hour conversation over dinner, no action, no scene changes; I saw it in the theater when it first came out, and I was squirming and writhing with boredom! (What was the matter with me?)
I think it's quite possible that the 1960s represented the last burst of the human being before it was extinguished, and that this is the beginning of the rest of the future. And from now on, there'll simply be all these robots walking around -- feeling nothing, thinking nothing -- and there'll be nobody left, almost, to remind them that there once was a species called a human being, with feelings and thoughts, and that history and memory are right now being erased ... And soon, nobody will really remember that life existed on the planet.
Use a Lemon to Make Fire
Electronics whizzes will easily understand the lemon battery, but the rest of us might trouble with the physics though the visual is unforgettable! Save some of those whitish nails from your garage; "paper fasteners" can be bought at Staples (screenwriters use them to hold their scripts together). These form the zinc and copper electrodes; the acidic lemon juice is the electrolyte (salt water works as well). With some plain old steel wool from Home Depot and a little Kleenex, you're good to go! Read more here.