South America (above) / June 13, 2018. Note these parallel line scalar radiation patterns over Brazil. The contrast etc. are maxed to reveal the radiation clearly. https://go.nasa.gov/2MrczSu
VSF: When we look at the news these days, all that we can conclude is that the insanity that makes no sense is increasing. However, when we view everything from the perspective of the Alien Invasion, it all begins to make perfect sense.
I include articles on AI to inform you of the future the Zeta Recticuli Greys have planned for our planet. The current fad of DNA collection is also part of the Invasion — they want to know who has the potential to Ascend. If you think this is not important, you have not understood what I have been writing about with the revelations of E.M. Nicolay. The Invasion is to stop the Ascension of our Third Dimensional planet Earth and hold it in the frequency waveforms of a lower limited consciousness that both the Zetas and the Draco Reptilians prefer.
Lastly the report on the Drone warriors is also conducive to the Invasion. What better way to eliminate unwanted populations, destroy the mental stability and moral integrity of these young men?
We are under assault. We have been invaded. This is ongoing. Geoengineering the planet is a big part of the Invasion. They are turning the sky into a frequency dome, ionizing, metalizing, and weaponizing Earth’s atmosphere.
E.M. Nicolay: “The principle reason why it is so important at this time for each individual, as a carrier of light, to absorb and bring as much light into the physical realm as possible is to balance and harmonize the vibrational energy of the Earth realm.”
A higher consciousness is our Refuge.
South America (above) / June 13, 2018. Note these parallel line scalar radiation patterns over Brazil. The contrast etc. are maxed to reveal the radiation clearly. I was not expecting so many spiral-coils!!! This is unusual – and the spiral-coil effect does not show unless you max out the contrast etc. Must be the Russians? https://go.nasa.gov/2MoPZKb
South America (above) / June 13, 2018. Note these parallel line scalar radiation patterns over Brazil. The contrast etc. are maxed to reveal the radiation clearly, including slight sepia. I was not expecting so many spiral-coils!!! This is unusual – and the spiral-coil effect does not show unless you max out the contrast etc. Must be the Russians? https://go.nasa.gov/2JLXLMx
Google is throwing its weight behind artificial intelligence for Africa
June 14, 2018 / Quartz
Africa’s nascent artificial intelligence sector just got its biggest boost from Google which is opening its first Africa AI research center in Accra, Ghana’s capital.
Though Accra has a vibrant tech industry, it would not have been the obvious location for many Africa tech watchers when compared with Nairobi or nearby Lagos where Google has already announced it would open its first Launchpad Space outside the US. Last month, Facebook also opened its first startup hub in Africa there.
North America (above) / June 13, 2018. The middle-eastern states showing massive spraying, with slight contrast adjustment. https://go.nasa.gov/2JJH3gH
North America (above) / June 13, 2018. The middle-eastern states showing massive spraying, with slight contrast adjustment. Sepia & contrast enhanced. The sprayed trails are beginning to disperse. https://go.nasa.gov/2HNohTI
VSF: David Icke’s short video on the collusion of Silicon Valley and the Corporatocracy is illuminating in this regard.
This Artificial Intelligence System Predicts The Future To Help You Around The House / Futurism
June 13, 2018
There’s an artificial intelligence system that can peer into the future and anticipate what you’re about to do.
The scientists behind the algorithm envision a future in which smart home devices can recognize what you’re doing and automatically step in to help. … in order for such a system to work, you would have to be okay with setting up all sorts of internet-connected gadgets in your home …
ARCTIC (above) / June 13, 2018. A detail close-up of LAPTEV SEA showing ice breaking up and melting. The contrast & saturation are maxed to reveal clarity in ice patterns. These are unusual colorations, even for contrast maxed. https://go.nasa.gov/2JyjL1n
A New AI Algorithm Can Track Your Movements Through A Wall
June 13, 2018 / Futurism
For decades, prestigious scientists have been searching for a way to see through walls. And, in the past few years, they’ve succeeded — they created technology that uses WiFi to sense people through walls. Only, the signal it returns is really scant. Now, researchers at MIT have developed a new machine learning algorithm that not only detects people’s movements, it also models what they are actually doing.
Fortunately for people who value the modest privacy walls provide, the new technology just recreates a bare-bones stick figure that matches the person’s pose and movements.
When we say something can “see” through walls, we don’t actually mean, like, vision per se. The artificial intelligence-powered system, dubbed RF-Pose, bouncesWiFi signals through the walls and off people on the other side of them, and analyzes the patterns as they come back. From these blobs of reflected signals, the technology is able to reconstruct a 2D stick figure.
The ARCTIC, Novaya Zemlya & the Kara Sea (above) / June 13, 2018. A detail close-up of LAPTEV SEA showing ice breaking up and melting. The contrast & saturation are maxed to reveal clarity in ice patterns. These are unusual colorations, even for contrast maxed. Note the radiation patterns upper-right on Novaya Zemlya.
Three Impacts Of Artificial Intelligence On Society
June 13, 2018 / Forbes
Over the next five years, we are about to witness the world we live in entirely disrupted by improvements in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. Children today are growing up with AI assistants in their homes (Google Assistant, Siri and Alexa) — to the point that you might consider their mere presence an extension of co-parenting. As voice and facial recognition continue to evolve, machine learning algorithms are getting smarter. More and more industries are being influenced by AI, and our society as we know it is transforming.
The next industry disrupted by artificial intelligence is the criminal justice system. Advancements in facial recognition are making the fingerprint obsolete. Tech startups are using AI to automate legal work. Meanwhile, some courts are already using AI to sentence criminals and determine parole eligibility.
But the criminal justice system is the one area where too much innovation could be a terrible thing for society and lead us into a dystopian future if we are not careful. At this year’s SXSW, Elon Musk said, “AI is far more dangerous than nukes. Far. So why do we have no regulatory oversight?”
Without proper government regulations of artificial intelligence and machine learning, we are at risk of major disruptions to our democracy…
The ARCTIC (above) / June 13, 2018. Note the radiation upper left: NUNAVUT Canada
BAFFIN BAY & Greenland along the bottom. The contrast etc. are maxed. https://go.nasa.gov/2JBzjkT
The ARCTIC (above) / June 13, 2018. Note the parallel linear radiation patterns upper left. NUNAVUT Canada and BAFFIN BAY & Greenland along the bottom. The contrast etc. are maxed. https://go.nasa.gov/2HLnNhb
My photo above taken on the Olympic Peninsula Washington State. This is what these parallel radiation patterns look like from the ground. Contrast etc. enhanced.
DNA site’s hack is fresh reminder to think twice about ancestry testing
June 8, 2018
DNA testing packages are becoming increasingly popular, especially as gifts, but the sensitivity of the genetic information they collect has raised privacy alarms.
Now add hacking to that list of concerns.
DNA testing site MyHeritage said this week that more than 92 million users’ email addresses and hashed passwords had been stolen, affecting any user who had signed up until October 26. The data had been sitting for months on a private server until an outside security researcher alerted the Israel-based company. MyHeritage said the breach didn’t contain sensitive data such as DNA and individuals’ family trees.
But that personal data, such as users’ medical histories and biological relationships, can be accessed through legal means.
An Alien Invasion: The Draco Reptilians & the Zeta Greys
The efforts of these races, the Draco Reptilians and the Zeta Greys to keep this realm, our planet Earth trapped in a limited consciousness that resonates with their own tyrannical proclivities amounts to an alien Invasion. All of what we are seeing in terms of miraculous technological advancements in genetics, cloning, geoengineering, scalar weaponry, etc. come from the secret agreements that our own governments — who are blind with greed for advanced technology — made with these off-planet races. E.M. Nicolay and H.L. Jang say that the Dracos and Zetas have given us these technologies, for example atomic energy and neutron bombs, etc., in the hope that we humans will destroy ourselves and save them the trouble of achieving the goal of the Georgia Guidestones. Why hasn’t that monument to human genocide been taken down?
The Wounds of a Drone Warrior – The New York Times
June 13, 2018
Today, targeted killings by drones have become the centerpiece of U.S. counterterrorism policy. Although the drone program is swathed in secrecy — the C.I.A. and the military share responsibility for it — American drones have been used to carry out airstrikes in at least eight different countries, analysts believe. Over the past decade, they have also provided reconnaissance for foreign military forces in half a dozen other countries. According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, a London-based organization that has been tracking drone killings since 2010, U.S. drone strikes have killed between 7,584 and 10,918 people, including 751 to 1,555 civilians, in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Yemen and Somalia.
…. a report published last year by the Columbia Law School Human Rights Clinic and the Sana’a Center for Strategic Studies noted, the government has failed to release basic information about civilian casualties or to explain in detail why its data veers so significantly from that of independent monitors and NGOs.
… These operations have continued to grow under President Trump, who oversaw five times as many lethal strikes during his first seven months in office as Obama did during his last six months, analysts believe. According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, last year U.S. airstrikes more than tripled in Yemen and Somalia, where the Trump administration circumvented restrictions on operations outside war zones that were put in place in 2013. The administration has also made these operations even less transparent than under Obama, who received widespread criticism on this score.
… drone warfare has been largely absent from public discourse. Among ordinary citizens, drones seem to have had a narcotizing effect, deadening the impulse to reflect on the harm they cause. Then again, the public rarely sees or hears about this harm. The sanitized language that public officials have used to describe drone strikes (“pinpoint,” “surgical”) has played into the perception that drones have turned warfare into a costless and bloodless exercise.
… interviews that they and other colleagues conducted with 141 intelligence analysts and officers involved in remote combat operations to assess their emotional reactions to killing. Far from exhibiting a sense of carefree detachment, three-fourths reported feeling grief, remorse and sadness. Many experienced these “negative, disruptive emotions” for a month or more. According to another recent study conducted by the Air Force, drone analysts in the “kill chain” are exposed to more graphic violence — seeing “destroyed homes and villages,” witnessing “dead bodies or human remains” — than most Special Forces on the ground.
… the focus on brain injuries has obscured other kinds of combat trauma that may be harder to detect but can be no less crippling. Drone warfare hasn’t eliminated these hidden wounds. If anything, it has made them more acute and pervasive among a generation of virtual warriors whose ostensibly diminished stress is belied by the high rate of burnout in the drone program.
… Forty minutes north of Las Vegas, Creech is a constellation of windswept airstrips surrounded by sagebrush and cactus groves. It is home to some 900 drone pilots who fly missions with MQ-9 Reapers in numerous theaters.
… A chaplain named Zachary told me that what most burdened the airmen he spoke to was not PTSD; it was inner conflicts that weighed on the conscience.
… “… moral injury is an essential part of any combat trauma,” he wrote. “Veterans can usually recover from horror, fear and grief once they return to civilian life, so long as ‘what’s right’ has not also been violated.”
… killing was a “significant, independent predictor of multiple mental health symptoms” and of social dysfunction.
… they expressed guilt and self-condemnation. “You feel ashamed of what you did,” one said. Others described feeling unworthy of forgiveness and love. The passage of time did little to diminish these moral wounds …
… “If you give the warrior, on one side or the other, complete immunity, and let him go on killing, he’s a murderer,” he said. “Because you’re killing people not only that you’re not necessarily sure are trying to kill you — you’re killing them with absolute impunity.”
… Another former drone operator told me that screens can paradoxically magnify a sense of closeness to the target. In an unpublished paper that he shared with me, he called this phenomenon “cognitive combat intimacy,” a relational attachment forged through close observation of violent events in high resolution.
In one passage, he described a scenario in which an operator executed a strike that killed a “terrorist facilitator” while sparing his child. Afterward, “the child walked back to the pieces of his father and began to place the pieces back into human shape,” to the horror of the operator.
Over time, the technology of drones has improved, which, in theory, has made executing such strikes easier, but which also makes what remote warriors see more vivid and intense. The more they watch targets go about their daily lives — getting dressed, playing with their kids — the greater their “risk of moral injury,” his paper concluded.
… The secrecy of the drone program makes it riskier for people who have served in it to share their stories. Jesselyn Radack, a lawyer for national-security whistle-blowers who has worked with Aaron, told me that several former drone operators she represents have suffered retaliation for talking about their experiences (she said one client had his house raided by the F.B.I. and was placed under criminal investigation after speaking on camera to a filmmaker). After Aaron began speaking publicly about his own past, someone hacked into his email and his cellphone, and a stream of anonymous threats began flooding his inbox. The hostile messages, calling him “scum” and warning him to “shut his big blabbermouth,” were also sent to his father, whose email was likewise hacked.
The Olympic Peninsula Washington State – two photos (above) taken by me from my house here. Scalar radiation above and sepia enhanced below.
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