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"I've tried every potion and tonic and patent medicine there is, and all  I really needed was the blood of a young boy."

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The future soldier will be part human, part machine

 

In other words, the technology in future armor will really complete humans

 

Twenty-five years from now, we may be to the point where the sensors are embedded in the skin and the person becomes the processor

 

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http://nbr.com/2014/05/14/the-future-soldier-will-be-part-human-part-machine/

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This is what futurists like Ray Kurzweil have been positing for many years as the likely post-2030 human future, though of course, he focuses more on the civilian side rather than the military (but this kind of technology is pretty clearly applicable to both civilian and military purposes).  He uses the phrase "merging with our technology," basically trying to capture both the side of the story NPR is covering here ("the person becomes the processor") and the flip side of the coin starting to be covered more and more elsewhere (increasing machine intelligence).

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#9 "Polygamy was the Standard in the Pagan World

Polygamy was the standard in the most primitive pagan societies, it now it seems to be becoming the default in America."

 

They say it like its a bad thing

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All can think about after reading the is the Dragnet movie with Tom Hanks.

 

P.A.G.A.N- people against goodness and normalcy.

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Laser Beam Mind Control

when they cam for the flies I did nothing...

 

"FlyMAD – the Fly Mind Altering Device – program runs on Ubuntu 12.04 on AMD64 machines.

 

As the researchers put it, FlyMAD “is a system for targeting freely walking flies (Drosophila) with lasers. By steering the optical path of the laser using large diameter mirrors, it also enables simultaneous imaging of the target region. This enables through-the-mirrors (TTM) targeting of specific body parts. Together, all this allows rapid thermo- and opto- genetic manipulation of the fly nervous system.”"

 

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/05/27/control_fruit_fly_with_frikkin_lasers/

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US Bankruptcy, Bilderberg Meeting Exposed, IMF, and BRICS Alliance

 

It now clear to everybody who is paying attention that the United States is bankrupt and is being kept on life support by fraud (eg. tiny Belgium buying all those Treasuries) and by the ongoing rape of Japan. This situation is untenable and the formal declaration of the bankruptcy of the United States of America Corporation is coming soon, according to Japanese government sources.

The declaration of bankruptcy of the US corporate government would also mark the end of a 2000 year project by the Roman Empire to create a worldwide fascist dictatorship or New World Order, multiple sources agree.

 

http://deusnexus.wordpress.com/2014/06/09/fulford-bankruptcy-bilderberg/

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'multiple sources agree'. Multiple sources!!!

 

We're doomed!!!

 

[jumps out of window]

 

 

 

[remembers that window is on first floor, dusts self off and walks back into building]

 

[remembers that Derek Jeter loves me, and feels much better about things]

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It is intended to be beneficial, but like the old saying goes -- it could be used for good or evil....

 

Ohio State chemists have grown a brain from skin cells – and they think it could be a business

Aug 19, 2015, 3:25pm EDT Updated Aug 19, 2015, 4:37pm EDT

Carrie Ghose

Staff reporter

Columbus Business First

 

Ohio State University chemists have grown a nearly complete embryonic brain in a dish from adult skin cells – and they think it could be a business.

 

Rene Anand, professor of biological chemistry, pharmacology and neuroscience, introduced the “organoid” he’d grown at a scientific conference this week. The university describes it as about the size of a pencil eraser and developed with neural structures analogous to a 5-week-old human embryo, but it lacks blood vessels.

 

Anand and partner Susan McKay, a research associate in biological chemistry and pharmacology, in May incorporated NeurXstem LLC and are seeking federal grants directed toward small businesses commercializing scientific research.

 

MORE:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2015/08/ohio-state-chemists-have-grown-a-brain-from-skin.html


"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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It is intended to be beneficial, but like the old saying goes -- it could be used for good or evil....

 

Ohio State chemists have grown a brain from skin cells – and they think it could be a business

Aug 19, 2015, 3:25pm EDT Updated Aug 19, 2015, 4:37pm EDT

Carrie Ghose

Staff reporter

Columbus Business First

 

Ohio State University chemists have grown a nearly complete embryonic brain in a dish from adult skin cells – and they think it could be a business.

 

Rene Anand, professor of biological chemistry, pharmacology and neuroscience, introduced the “organoid” he’d grown at a scientific conference this week. The university describes it as about the size of a pencil eraser and developed with neural structures analogous to a 5-week-old human embryo, but it lacks blood vessels.

 

Anand and partner Susan McKay, a research associate in biological chemistry and pharmacology, in May incorporated NeurXstem LLC and are seeking federal grants directed toward small businesses commercializing scientific research.

 

MORE:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2015/08/ohio-state-chemists-have-grown-a-brain-from-skin.html

 

Huh, makes you wonder if the next generation of computers are going to be partly organic [shudder].

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It is intended to be beneficial, but like the old saying goes -- it could be used for good or evil....

 

Ohio State chemists have grown a brain from skin cells – and they think it could be a business

Aug 19, 2015, 3:25pm EDT Updated Aug 19, 2015, 4:37pm EDT

Carrie Ghose

Staff reporter

Columbus Business First

 

Ohio State University chemists have grown a nearly complete embryonic brain in a dish from adult skin cells – and they think it could be a business.

 

Rene Anand, professor of biological chemistry, pharmacology and neuroscience, introduced the “organoid” he’d grown at a scientific conference this week. The university describes it as about the size of a pencil eraser and developed with neural structures analogous to a 5-week-old human embryo, but it lacks blood vessels.

 

Anand and partner Susan McKay, a research associate in biological chemistry and pharmacology, in May incorporated NeurXstem LLC and are seeking federal grants directed toward small businesses commercializing scientific research.

 

MORE:

http://www.bizjournals.com/columbus/blog/2015/08/ohio-state-chemists-have-grown-a-brain-from-skin.html

 

Huh, makes you wonder if the next generation of computers are going to be partly organic [shudder].

 

Nah, organic neural networks are still very different than electronic ones. They have a completely different way of storing and manipulating information. Even more importantly though I think is the fact that electronic computing still has a surprising amount of room to grow; Intel has some extremely fast chip technology in development and they are getting much better at building quantum processors. I do not think it's far-fetched to anticipate that we will be able to fully simulate a human brain in a traditional or quantum computer before we understand enough about a real organic brain to integrate it into a machine.

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'One of the largest human experiments in history' was conducted on unsuspecting residents of San Francisco

 

Kevin Loria

 

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Over the next 20 years, the military would conduct 239 "germ-warfare" tests over populated areas, according to news reports from the 1970s (after the secret tests had been revealed) in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Associated Press, and other publications (via Lexis-Nexis), and also detailed in congressional testimony from the 1970s.

 

These tests included the large-scale releases of bacteria in the New York City subway system, on the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and in National Airport just outside Washington, DC.

 

In a 1994 congressional testimony, Cole said that none of this had been revealed to the public until a 1976 newspaper story revealed the story of a few of the first experiments — though at least a Senate subcommittee had heard testimony about experiments in New York City in 1975, according to a 1995 Newsday report.

 

http://www.businessinsider.com/the-military-tested-bacterial-weapons-in-san-francisco-2015-7

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Last line breached? Deadly gene resisting all forms of antibiotics found in China

Published time: 19 Nov, 2015 12:07

 

Scientists have identified the first gene helping bacteria resist the only antibiotic group known to be effective when all others fail. Chinese and British experts came to the alarming conclusion that our last line of antibiotic defense has been breached.

 

The conclusion follows a large body of prior research that warns humanity about the dangers of becoming completely resistant to antibiotics. Now, Chinese doctors cooperating with UK specialists from Bristol and Cardiff Universities say we could soon be looking at the spread of uncontrollable superbugs.

 

In the research published in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases, the researchers predict a return to the Dark Ages, when even common germs like E. Coli put a person in mortal danger.

 

MORE:

https://www.rt.com/news/322702-antibiotic-resistant-gene-deadly/


"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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Robotopia or Robocalypse? Study warns against fully automated weapons

https://www.rt.com/usa/334604-robot-weapons-danger-report/

 

The article refers to this article from last fall....

 

Russian ‘Skynet’ to lead military robots on the battlefield

https://www.rt.com/news/319082-russia-military-artificial-intelligence/


"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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Humans must stock up on bananas. This is the robot dog's Achilles heel...

 


"Life is 10% what happens to you and 90% how you respond." -- Coach Lou Holtz

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