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AaronCan you briefly mention other helpful methods to defend ourselves against such attacks? COBRAThere are certain light frequencies. Some frequencies, meditation, laser technology. There are actually some technologies that are on sale on various web-sites that actually do work against plasma. There are also various techniques, meditation techniques. I have also published some protection techniques on my blog, so there are certain things you can do that can assist in this situation. (OK, thank you) LynnCobra, a gold mine in a small Australian town is now being used for “dark matterresearch. Can you tell us if this is true and tell us what you know about this? COBRAOK, first I need to clarify something. Dark matter is not really dark in the negative sense of meaning. It is simply not detectable in the visible spectrum. It’s not detectible with electromagnetic detection devices.
TechCrunch
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Jonathan Budd sees solar power as a money-making opportunity. His new company, Powur, essentially lets people add solar to their homes with no upfront costs. While there isnt much technology in his solution he does have some interesting ideas about the future of solar. In this podcast we talk about when he expects solar to overtake fossil fuels not for a long time and Read More
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On this episode of The Anoncast, Alek had a chance to speak with Adam Meister, otherwise known as The Bitcoin Meister, host of Today In Bitcoin. Alek and Adam talked about Bitcoin, crumbling fiat currencies and the future of money. Bitcoin uses peer-to-peer technology to operate with no central authority or banks; managing transactions and the issuing of bitcoins is carried out collectively by the network. Bitcoin is open-source; its design is public, nobody owns or controls Bitcoin and everyone can participate. Through many of its unique properties, Bitcoin allows exciting uses that could not be covered by any previous payment system. Find out more about Adam and bitcoin at www.disruptmeister.com For the finest in independent media - www.anonhq.com
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The Event Chronicle
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The vast majority of the people who have earth’s origin are generally earth people but I would say that all races including black race had assistance in genetic building, genetic development from the past from various different races. LynnWhat can Black people expect to happen as a result of Full Disclosure? COBRAThe first thing that will happen is that the situation in Africa will improve drastically. The situation in Africa has been quite stressful for many, many millennia actually because especially the Reptilian Race was using Africa as its main base. And now the Cabal in the last few decades is using Africa for resources so The Event will be a huge relief for Africa and for black people living there. (that’s good to know) AaronCan you give us an idea how the spiritual technology or process used by Draconians will let them be born in human form? COBRAOK.
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WhoWhatWhy
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Back in 2010 the Republicans realized that demographic trends were stacked against them: the number of black and brown citizens, who typically voted Democratic, was growing, and the proportion of GOP-leaning whites was dropping. Further, the younger generation seemed to be more aligned with the values of the Democratic Party. If Republicans were to remain relevant,they had to find a way to counter the demographic trends. Through the sophisticated use of technology, Republican Party leaders realized that by winning just a couple of hundred state legislative seats, they could control the redrawing of the boundary maps for 193 of 435 congressional districts. That plan resulted in a wave of gerrymandering that led to a polarization of legislative districts and state governments across the country, and this one-sided process has all but prevented transparency in the electoral process.
WhoWhatWhy
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Back in 2010 the Republicans realized that demographic trends were stacked against them: the number of black and brown citizens, who typically voted Democratic, was growing, and the proportion of GOP-leaning whites was dropping. Further, the younger generation seemed to be more aligned with the values of the Democratic Party. If Republicans were to remain relevant,they had to find a way to counter the demographic trends. Through the sophisticated use of technology, Republican Party leaders realized that by winning just a couple of hundred state legislative seats, they could control the redrawing of the boundary maps for 193 of 435 congressional districts. That plan resulted in a wave of gerrymandering that led to a polarization of legislative districts and state governments across the country, and this one-sided process has all but prevented transparency in the electoral process.
The Event Chronicle
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The technological singularity trend is one that will continue so long as there is a global economy to support it. If everything remains stable, then we’re headed for a world of drones, nanotechnology, brain-machine interfaces, virtual reality escapists, robot armies used in the name of tyranny, and an eventual AIgod” that rules over life on Earth that’s been plugged into its networks. That’s stuff Ray Kurzweil has been predicting for a while, and with him being the head of Google’s engineering team he’s helping to make it happen. This technological singularity is just a physical replication of what’s already happened at the metaphysical level with our “falling” here into physicality under the dictatorship of the corrupted Demiurge. Same game, different name. On the other hand, if the global economy crumbles and the world is consumed by starvation, by revolution and mass migration or war, as it has throughout history, well you can’t build AI robots if you dont have the parts, and the parts are such high level technology that they can only be produced by an intricate global economy.
The Event Chronicle
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By Tom Montalk This is an expanded paraphrased transcript of my radio appearance on the Freeman show to discuss The Ark of the Covenant and Civilization . http://content.blubrry.com/freemantv/Alien_Technology_Ark_of_the_Covenant_Civilization.mp3 Click on images for further information on a topic. Introduction The past, present, and future form a continuum, so studying one part can tell us something about another part. I’m interested in history because it can tell us not only how we got here, but where we’re going. If you look at the genetic evidence for alien intervention, if you match that up with ancient accounts of the sky people or gods walking among men and flying around in chariots of fire, if you match that up with megalithic sites that are simply impossible to build with human technology of the time, and if you match THAT up with accounts of supernatural technologies like the Ark of the Covenant or various magical stones that gave off radiation and made people sick and electrocuted them and so on, well that all matches right on up with what we know in modern times about UFO s, alien, the abduction program, collaborations between black ops military and alien factions, and what eyewitnesses have said about what alien technology can do.
NPR News
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It looks wispy and delicate, but jets of hot gas like that can be huge. "It's a billion tons of material traveling a million miles an hour," says Rodney Viereck, a physicist with NOAA's Space Weather Prediction Center . There are three kinds of space weather: photons, protons and plasma. Photons travel at the speed of light, arriving here in eight minutes. Protons take about half an hour to deliver radiation to Earth ("These protons may be the biggest challenge of getting humans to Mars and back healthy," Viereck notes.) Plasma can take three days. An artist's depiction of the new GOES-R satellite. Lockheed Martin/Flickr All these sun spewings are the reason why people rely on satellites like GOES-R, which also collect the information that goes into regular weather forecasts like ones on a smartphone. This satellite's decked out with better imaging technology than ever, because forecasters want to know if nasty space weather is headed our way.
BoingBoing
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In the 1990s, Burke began working on a Knowledge Web, a mostly invite-only, experimental interactive media project built on the same principles as his approach to the history of science, innovation, and change. The K-Web allows users to visualize and navigate information outside of the way it is presented in books or libraries, and to move between nodes connection in a dense, interconnected sprawl, like neurons wired together into tethered constellations of association and influence. Today it features 2,800 people linked 30,000 ways, but the Connections app would apply the tools developed in that project to the megastructure of Wikipedia, adding five million new nodes with a yet-to-be-estimated number of new links between them. Richard Ingram, a professor of Educational Technology at James Madison University is heading up the dev team working on the project.
BoingBoing
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Subscribe to the IFTF podcast on iTunes | RSS | Soundcloud | Download MP3 In his 1854 book, Walden , Henry David Thoreau wrote, “Men have become the tools of their tools.” Thoreau’s assertion is as valid today as it was when he made it over one hundred and sixty years ago. Whenever we shape technology, it shapes us, both as individuals and as a society. We created cars, and cars turned us into motorists, auto mechanics, and commuters. Over the centuries we’ve populated our world with machines that help us do things we can’t or dont want to do ourselves. Our world has become so saturated with machines that they’ve faded into the background. We hardly notice them. We are reaching a new threshold. Our machines are getting networked, and enabling new forms of human machine symbiosis. We’re entering a new era where fifty billion machines are in constant communication, automating and orchestrating the movement and interactions among individuals, organizations, and cities.
The Event Chronicle
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Cabal has infiltrated all the governments in every country on the planet. (thank you) LynnWe are a very small group that voluntarily staff the council of Prepare for Change. We meet weekly to discuss matters to improve our operation and website. It is clear to all of us that we need leadership help with various groups to improve communication among those who wish to play a part in Prepare for Change. We are more than a website; we are a community. In order to act like a community, we are seeking a select group of individuals that have leadership qualities to take charge of a select group. To start with we would like help in the following areas: healing, social media, web optimization, and internet marketing. When these positions are filled we will add group leaders to areas that will help develop our community so it flourishes in permaculture, renaissance, event support, Sisterhood of the Rose and technology.
Scientific American - Technology
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NPR News
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"While exciting, there appears to be problems with the study," wrote Dieter Egli of Columbia University Medical Center in an email. Egli said he sees possible abnormalities in the embryos Zhang created. Others fear the move could open the door to the creation of so-called designer babies, in which parents try to pick and chose the traits of their children. "This is entrepreneurial reproductive technology at its most unethical and irresponsible," wrote David King, who heads the genetic watchdog group Human Genetics Alert in London, in an email. "When are the world's governments going to stop rogue scientists crossing crucial ethical lines?" The birth of the child was first reported Tuesday by the British magazine New Scientist . A clinic spokesman who asked not to be named told NPR that most of the details in the article were accurate except statements that the baby was born in Mexico and there was no oversight of the procedure there.
Scientific American - Technology
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Kevin Kelly and I interviewed Tim O'Reilly on the Cool Tools podcast. Our guest this week is Tim O'Reilly. He's the founder of O'Reilly Media , a company the spreads the knowledge of innovators through technology books, online services, magazines, research, and tech conferences. Subscribe to the Cool Tools Show on iTunes | RSS | Download MP3 | See all the Cool Tools Show posts on a single page Show notes: Unix regular expressions "This is an enormous power - you can write scripts that allow you to do magic with text." Amazon Echo's Alexa Whoever did the design work on Alexa did it brilliantly." Gan Mao Ling and Black Elderberry If you feel like you are coming down with a cold, take these in combination. I have found it incredibly reliable in knocking out colds." Also: Astragalus Supreme as an immune system booster, and Juvenon ("I felt like it took 10 years off my life, in a good way, making me 10 years younger.