Russian AK-47 Maker Builds Fully-Automated “Killer Robot”

Elon Musk’s Worst Nightmare: Russian AK-47 Maker Builds Fully-Automated “Killer Robot”:

Predator drone style combat machines are just the tip of the iceberg for what is to come down the line of lethal weaponry and some (like Elon Musk) are worried that when robots are calling the shots, things could get a little out of hand.

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Elon Musk Unveils Apocalyptic Vision For The World

Elon Musk Unveils Apocalyptic Vision For The World:

Until people see robots going down the street killing people... [they won’t realize before it’s too late] that AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization…”

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Retired Green Beret Warns: “There Could Be A Nuclear Strike Against The US Coming Soon”

The EMP will come from an U.S. satellite that has been sent up there for that purpose.

No nuclear weapon will be needed.

Retired Green Beret Warns: “There Could Be A Nuclear Strike Against The US Coming Soon”:

The next world war will be initiated by an EMP, and North Korea will either launch it or take the blame for it by a country that did launch it… to include the United States…”

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Chinese Scientists Just Set the Record for the Farthest Quantum Teleportation

Chinese Scientists Just Set the Record for the Farthest Quantum Teleportation:

Chinese scientists have just shattered a record in teleportation. No, they haven’t beamed anyone up to a spaceship. Rather, they sent a packet of information from Tibet to a satellite in orbit, up to 870 miles (1,400 kilometers) above the Earth’s surface.

More specifically, the scientists beamed the quantum state of a photon (information about how it is polarized) into orbit.

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3D Printed Self Healing Gel Can Repair Your Smashed Phone Screen

3D Printed Self Healing Gel Can Repair Your Smashed Phone Screen:

Melbourne Chemical Engineering researchers are developing a gel that prevents your phone screen from cracking and also can repair screens.

It’s that moment of horror when your phone hits the concrete floor with a bang. How often have you had to pay the hefty cost of having to fix your phone screen? Or, are you someone who just lives with their smashed “spider” screen?

Either way, 3D printing could save you money or scratched fingers in the future. University of Melbourne researchers are developing a unique “self-healing” gel.

Its aim is to prevent screens from cracking or make sure they can “heal themselves” if they do. But, the gel also has a whole host of other uses too, such as “healing” car scratches.

H/t reader kevin a.

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Is The US Government On The Verge Of Reading Minds?

Is The US Government On The Verge Of Reading Minds?:

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University recently made a scientific breakthrough using machine algorithms to accurately guess what people are thinking. In other words, as the university referred to it, they have “harness[ed] ‘mind reading’ technology to decode complex thoughts.”

The researchers report that they cannow use brain activation patterns to identify complex thoughts, such as, ‘The witness shouted during the trial.’

Though the technology does not identify the actual words, lead researcher Marcel Just, D.O. Hebb University Professor of Psychology in the Dietrich College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has made enough progress that “machine learning algorithms with brain imaging technology” can effectively ‘read minds.’

As the researchers’ press release explains:

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Facebook’s Solar Powered Drone Has Successful Test Flight: Potential Internet Access To Billions

Facebook’s Solar Powered Drone Has Successful Test Flight: Potential Internet Access To Billions:

Four billion people on the earth have no internet access. That will change if Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s solar powered drone plan works.

A previous trial of his drone ended with a crash landing, but a May 2017 Test of the Aquila Drone was a huge success.

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Jay Leno Takes Joyride in Divergent3D’s “3D Printed Supercar” Jay Leno’s Garage

Jay Leno Takes Joyride in Divergent3D’s “3D Printed Supercar”:

Jay Leno’s Garage takes a spin in the world’s first 3D printed environmentally friendly supercar: the Divergent Blade.

If you’re interested in cars, you likely know all about Jay Leno’s Garage. If not, this is an Emmy-winning TV show in which the former late night talk show host and comedian reviews and tinkers with unique automobile designs.

Recently, Leno took a joyride in the Divergent Blade, the “world’s first 3D printed supercar”. Developed by the California company Divergent 3D, this environmentally friendly vehicle has already been around for quite some time.

Although it was released at the Pebble Beach Concours in California back in 2015, it’s still causing a stir around the automotive industry. The car has a 720-horsepower Mitsubishi Evo engine and has a top speed of around 320 km/h (200 mph).

H/t reader kevin a.

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How They Are Selling You Total Enslavement: CES 2017 Qualcomm Keynote: A Vision for Our 5G Future (Video)

The other side …

Max Igan “The Coming 5G Roll-out & AI Will Transform Human Society By 2025!” (Video)

If they are putting a microchip into your body, you are finished.

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Confirmed: Magravs don’t work. AND KESHE WENT TOO FAR.

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Confirmed: Magravs don’t work. AND KESHE WENT TOO FAR:

Veterans Today, or rather, Gordon Duff, the self-confessed disinfo agent of Veterans Today, published another article about the “Red Circle”, which only exists in the minds of mentally ill tricksters like Keshe and Duff.

To give himself credibility, he quotes Ricardo Baretzky, a known NWO supporter and head of ECIPS, which is basically a blueprint structure for the NWO government. It seems the KF followers really want to be ruled by a luciferian NWO dictatorship.

So all the false serpents are supporting each other, continuing to slander and accuse me, an innocent person, of being the head of an international crime syndicate. So ridiculous. We would like to point out that Baretzky, just like all the other disinfo agents, has been interviewed by (SURPRISE!) Project Camelot. It is becoming clearer and clearer that their cult is afraid of being exposed.

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America’s First Robot Bar Opens In Vegas: “Perfect Pours Every Time”

America’s First Robot Bar Opens In Vegas: “Perfect Pours Every Time”:

Here’s a headline that should send a chill through the spine of every bartender and server in America: “Bionic bartenders deployed at Las Vegas Strip bar.”

As we reported last week, Cowen analyst Andrew Charles calculated that McDonald’s “Experience of the Future” strategy  could allow it to replace 2,500 cashiers with “Big Mac ATMs” by the end of 2017 – and another 3,000 in 2018.

Now, in a hint of what’s to come for the nightlife industry, the Las Vegas Sun reports that the a bar relying solely on robot bartenders – the first of its kind in the US – will open on Friday.

Here’s the Sun:

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Lyon Group announces $1b battery and solar farm for South Australia’s Riverland

Lyon Group announces $1b battery and solar farm for South Australia’s Riverland:

A $1 billion battery and solar farm will be built at Morgan in South Australia’s Riverland by year’s end in a project the proponents describe as “the world’s biggest”.

The builder, Lyon Group, has already proposed a smaller solar farm and battery storage facility, named Kingfisher, in the state’s north.

Lyon partner David Green said the project was 100 per cent equity financed and construction would begin within months, employing 270 workers.

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