Unsealed Conspiracy Files: Rise Of The Machines
Published on Jan 6, 2017
Unsealed Conspiracy Files: Rise Of The Machines
Published on Jan 6, 2017
Featured Image: Antique crank-operated cash register. SOURCE Wikipedia
Published on Sep 7, 2014
Weekly Underground Report #3
The world below is not the only place that supports weirdness as we all know. Deep space is another area that needs study. The government plants satellites all over space. Why are many pointing TOWARDS outer space? Obviously things are being hidden from the people of the world. Is the information coming out about ‘The Electric Universe’ the real reason there is a lid on the information about outer space?
What about the Interstellar Mystery Space Machines Caught on Telescope? Are they part of the Secret Space Program? Or are they representatives of alien technology? Or maybe… what appears to be PLASMA could be the Aliens themselves. . . EDITOR
Compiled from the underground Research of ‘TAL”
‘Interstellar’: Mystery Space Machines Caught on Telescope
Published on Sep 8, 2013
Channel rprocyon presents Interstellar a film by Jose Escamilla. Full recognition goes out to John Lenard Walson for discovering these entities, for developing the means to capture them and for having the integrity to get this important information out to the people. NASA, you need to learn by example and stop obfuscating & withholding the info that rightfully belong to humanity. Vast transforming machines have been caught on camera far out in deep space. Whose are they…? Ours? Theirs? Both? Neither? See for yourselves. Why are these not being reported on by the corporate media? Why is NASA not publishing their findings (if any) on these bizarre machines? We know they must be looking at them, so what gives? Perhaps they know MUCH more than they are even acknowledging..?
Image: The remains of an exploding double layer known as Cassiopeia A with an artist’s impression of a theoretical entity called a neutron star. Credit X-ray: NASA/CXC/UNAM/Ioffe/D. Page, P. Shternin et al; Optical: NASA/STScI; Illustration: NASA/CXC/M. Weiss SOURCE: The Thunderbolts Project
Oct 18, 2013
Rather than searching for exotic explanations, this celestial object can best be described using plasma physics.
According to astronomers from the Chandra X-ray Observatory, the so-called “supernova remnant” Cassiopeia A (or “Cas A”) harbors a strange passenger within the neutron star that is supposed to inhabit its interior, a form of superconductor known as a superfluid.
As theory suggests, neutron stars form when large stars exhaust their fuel supplies as they age. Once a star with about five times the mass of our Sun accumulates enough thermonuclear “ash” composed of non-fusible elements like iron in its core, it undergoes a catastrophic implosion. Since nuclear reactions can no longer be sustained, the star becomes the victim of its own gravity field. The star’s outer surface collapses inward at tremendous speed, rebounding off the dense core material. The star then erupts outward in a supernova explosion, blasting its outer layers into space, releasing X-rays, gamma rays, and extreme ultraviolet. . . . Read Complete Report
Thunderbolts of the Gods | Official Movie
Image: The bright light of a solar flare on the left side of the sun. CREDIT: NASA/SDO. SOURCE: NASA. (Public-Domain)
Published on Dec 23, 2012
Here, for a limited time, we present the full version of the popular documentary film “Thunderbolts of the Gods,” which helped to introduce the world to the Electric Universe in 2006.
For more information on the Electric Universe: “The Thunderbolts Project”
Featured Image: An android, or robot designed to resemble a human, can appear comforting to some people and disturbing to others. CREDIT: Gnsin SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons.(This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license).
Published on Oct 5, 2013
Boffins at Cambridge University want to set up a new centre to determine what humankind will do when ultra-intelligent machines like the Terminator or HAL pose “extinction-level” risks to our species. . . . From Description published with video.
Featured Image: Actroid-DER, developed by KOKORO Inc for customer service, appeared in the 2005 Expo Aichi Japan. The robot responds to commands in Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and English. CREDIT: Gnsin SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons (This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license).
By hPlus Magazine Lochlan Bloom. June 3, 2013
The recent U.N call for a moratorium on the development of remotely controlled weapon systems has raised some interesting issues and debate. While the tone of the announcement by U.N Special Rapporteur, Christof Heyns, rather dryly refers to LARs or lethal autonomous robots the story was then picked up by numerous news sites with headlines pitting killer robots against the U.N.
The subject of intelligent machines and what they mean for humanity is open to much interpretation but the majority of opinion often seems to suggest a rather dysoptian future. From serious academic papers – War in the age of intelligent machines to widespread blockbuster entertainment –Terminator Salvation – the picture painted is not too rosy. While there are some commentators that suggest machines will be our wise, helpful companions, using their superior brain power simply to ease our lives, this is not the default position. . . . Read Complete Report
Featured Image: The human brain, top view. SOURCE: Gutenberg Encyclopedia. (Public-Domain).
Published on Jul 30, 2013
Magnetic Resonance Imaging are machines that use magnetic field and radio pulses to map the inside of the body. But there’s a new use for them — functional MRIs can also measure changes in brain activity. So are these machines mind readers? Dr. Natasha Vita-More, futurist and Co-author of The Transhumanist Reader breaks it down.
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from Seattle PI
By MANUEL VALDES, Associated Press
Updated 5:25 pm, Friday, March 29, 2013
SEATTLE (AP) — Estimates of how much money marijuana legalization can bring to the state’s coffers have been way off, Washington’s new marijuana consultant said. . . . Read Complete Report
From CBS St Louis
Indoor KC Gardeners Claim Pot Search Was Illegal
March 29, 2013 11:01 AM
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Two former CIA employees whose suburban Kansas City home was unsuccessfully searched for marijuana claim they were illegally targeted, possibly because they had purchased indoor growing supplies to raise vegetables.
Adelyn and Robert Harte sued Thursday to obtain records and are considering a federal civil rights lawsuit. . . . Read Complete Report
From Toke of the Town
Innovation is inevitable in any industry, and the field of medical marijuana is no different. With laws already in the books in 18 states and more on the way, investors who might not know their Blue Chips from their Blue Dream are flocking to these regions to stake their claim in what they see as the next big commodity.
White-collar Wall Street-types can certainly see the budding upside to sinking money into dispensaries, growing operations, and other cannabis related retail outlets. But those potential gains are often outweighed by the prospects of inventory control, employee management, product naiveté. And of course, the grey area that exists in all current state-level medical marijuana laws that fly in the face of Federal statute. Cue MedBox. . . . Read Complete Report
UN in Charge now? . . . EDITOR
From Fox News
Crack down on cannabis, world body tells US
Published March 15, 2013/Reuters
The United States must not turn a blind eye to the recreational use of cannabis in states that liberalize drug laws, an international monitoring group said, urging the country to live up to its treaty commitments. . . . Read Complete Report
Jail supervisor. Army vet. Drug war opponent.
Published on Nov 7, 2012
Richard Van Wickler was active duty in the U.S. Army and now heads corrections in rural New Hampshire. He’s seen the injustice of imprisoning drug offenders as if they’re dangerous. Now he’s speaking out against the disastrous War on Drugs.
This is part of the SafeKeepers video series produced by the Beyond Bars campaign and Law Enforcement Against Prohibition (LEAP).
Here’s an interesting post.
Note: For those too young to remember a Church Key is a beer opener. In the days before flip-top cans the beer distributors would throw two or three in a case of beer. What does this have to do with robots? Aren’t they both made of metal??
As we watch the Controllers take over the work force of humans now we find that “they” can help us be more human. All I ask is that they have a handy church key screwed into the robot’s butt, then I won’t even have to get out of bed. Let Will Smith worry about the robots.. . . EDITOR
from Huffington Post
Posted: 08/15/2012 12:15 pm
Co-founder, Charity Connector
“Please prove you are not a robot.”
How many times have you seen this as you try to squint your eyes and figure out “is that a t or a q?” typing in some random set of letters to prove you are a human to be granted access to sign into your bank account, Gmail account, etc.? Our entire lives are inundated with machines. Just recently, a friend and mentor, Ashley Bekton, who is a one woman show and a huge supporter of mine, commented on my “detox from technology” article. She mentioned to me that it was almost like we were living in the matrix, rushing through meals so we can get back to our computers, sitting across from the people we love, only to be looking at our texts the whole time. We all seem to blame technology for our issues, when maybe we should start recognizing that we are the ones that have lost the control; it’s not technology’s fault it’s our own! . . . Read Complete Report
from BBC News
16 August 2012 Last updated at 16:51 ET
By Rebecca MorelleScience reporter, BBC News
The robot uses colour to either stand out from its surroundings or blend in, as Stephen Morin from Harvard University describes here (Video produced by the journal Science)
A robot that can change colour to either blend in with or stand out from its surroundings has been created by scientists.
The machine, designed by researchers at Harvard University, was inspired by the camouflage skills of sea creatures such as octopuses, cuttlefish and squid.
Like these cephalopods, the robot has a soft, rubbery body and can move with flexibility.
The study is published in the journal Science . . . Read Complete Report w/ Video