World News (May 21, 2018 Edition): Russian Airbase In Syria Attacked By Drones Of “Unknown Origin” – Fist-size gunshot wounds, pulverized bones, inadmissible use of force by Israel in Gaza – When 43% Of Americans Can’t Pay For Food And Rent, We Can Say Economic Collapse Is Here – Women Store DNA From Every Man They’ve Ever Made Love With, Study Finds – The #Pentagon Can’t Account for $21 Trillion (That’s Not a Typo) – Inuit Elders Are Warning Humanity: ‘The Earth’s Axis Has Shifted’

Read moreWorld News (May 21, 2018 Edition): Russian Airbase In Syria Attacked By Drones Of “Unknown Origin” – Fist-size gunshot wounds, pulverized bones, inadmissible use of force by Israel in Gaza – When 43% Of Americans Can’t Pay For Food And Rent, We Can Say Economic Collapse Is Here – Women Store DNA From Every Man They’ve Ever Made Love With, Study Finds – The #Pentagon Can’t Account for $21 Trillion (That’s Not a Typo) – Inuit Elders Are Warning Humanity: ‘The Earth’s Axis Has Shifted’

World News (May 19, 2018 Edition): Nearly 51 Million Households In The United States “Can’t Afford Basics Like Rent And Food” – Putin: Skripals Would Not Have Survived ‘Military Grade’ Nerve Agent – Feds Allow Florida Officials To Battle Mosquitoes With Advanced Drones – Germany Grand coalition argues about third gender in ID, neither male nor female, but “other”

Minnesota Governor issues Executive Order due to late spring

Wyoming – Heavy snow possible through Saturday

Read moreWorld News (May 19, 2018 Edition): Nearly 51 Million Households In The United States “Can’t Afford Basics Like Rent And Food” – Putin: Skripals Would Not Have Survived ‘Military Grade’ Nerve Agent – Feds Allow Florida Officials To Battle Mosquitoes With Advanced Drones – Germany Grand coalition argues about third gender in ID, neither male nor female, but “other”

This Car Is Powered By Salt Water: 920HP, Top Speed 217.5 MPH, 373 Miles/Tank

This Car Is Powered By Salt Water: 920HP, Top Speed 217.5 MPH, 373 Miles/Tank:

It works just like a hydrogen fuel cell except that the liquid used for storing energy is saltwater. This isn’t far from the water powered car, an idea labelled as a conspiracy by many despite the massive amount of evidence behind it. You can read more about that here.

In this case (saltwater) the liquid passes through a membrane in between the two tanks, creating an electric charge. This electricity is then stored and distributed by super capacitors. The four electric motors in the car are fed electricity which makes it run. The car carries the water in two 200-litre tanks, which in one sitting will allow drivers to travel up to 373 miles (600km). Overall, the four-seater is 5.25 metres (0.4ft) long, 2.2 metres wide (7.2ft), the 1.35 metre (4.4ft).

“After making its debut at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show (pictured) in March, the saltwater technology has now been certified for use on European roads.” (source)

Nanoflowcell AG is the company behind the design, and they are currently preparing the technology for mass production.

‘We’ve got major plans, and not just within the automobile industry. The potential of the NanoFlowcell is much greater, especially in terms of domestic energy supplies as well as in maritime, rail and aviation technology”  – NanoFlowcell AG Chairman of the Board Professor Jens-Peter Ellermann.

Read moreThis Car Is Powered By Salt Water: 920HP, Top Speed 217.5 MPH, 373 Miles/Tank

SHTF: Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Effects – What Is The Government Doing To Protect Us From An EMP?

Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Effects:

An EMP attack is the most deadly doomsday proposition we could ever face. Few outside of the prepper community are even pondering such an end of the work event – and far fewer still are preparing to survive such a SHTF and the copious amount of domino mega disaster effects it would create.

An electromagnetic pulse (EMP) is defined as a brief surge of electromagnetic energy and it can be the result of either man-made or natural disturbances. Electronics can be affected and in some cases an EMP can result in physical destruction of things such as structures and vehicles. After a nuclear explosion, the EMP will radiate abruptly, and is likely to cause unspeakable damage to electrical systems as unnaturally high voltage surges through valves and transistors.

Let’s break down that very technical and scientific definition of an EMP into practical terms, shall we? The SHTF will epically hit fan in biblical proportion and could forever change life as we know it on planet Earth.

And….it could happen any minute now.

That, my fellow preppers, is the deep and dirty mega secrete neither the mainstream media nor government officials are paying enough attention to or want us to know.

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Waymo Autonomous Vehicle Crashes In Arizona

Waymo Autonomous Vehicle Crashes In Arizona:

Less than two months after a self-driving Uber vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona; local news stations are reporting that a Waymo minivan in autonomous mode was involved in a crash in Chandler, Arizona.

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The Leader In The Self-Driving Vehicle Race Isn’t Uber Or Tesla: It’s The Pentagon

The Leader In The Self-Driving Vehicle Race Isn’t Uber Or Tesla: It’s The Pentagon:

 Self-driving vehicles are set to become a reality for the armed forces long before they become mainstream reality on a street near you…

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Russia’s Floating Nuclear Power Plant Is a Harbinger of a Revolution

Destined to sink to the bottom of the sea during the coming (massive) earth changes…

Russia’s Floating Nuclear Power Plant Is a Harbinger of a Revolution:

A power plant of this kind has so many potential uses it’s certain the first of its kind will be far from its last

The world’s first floating nuclear power plant (FNPP) has just been launched from the Baltiysky Zavod in Saint-Petersburg. It will be towed for fueling in Murmansk, and then go on to provide power to the Arctic town of Bilibino in the Russian Far East, where the local NPP is due for decommissioning in 2019.

Autistic screeching from atomophobes regardless, there’s plenty of reasons why this is a very competitive idea.

1. It’s surprisingly cheap: The Akademik Lomonosov, the first FNPP of its kind, costs only $250 million, and it should get even cheaper. Development costs are low – ultimately, it’s just a primitive barge with a reactor mounted on it, of the sort that are already used by Rosatom’s nuclear icebreaker fleet, as well as storage compartments for new and used fuel. Rosatom is one of Russia’s more efficient state-owned behemoths, so I don’t see all the money disappearing down a rathole (as would be the case if say Sechin was in charge).

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Artificial embryo created – no egg, no sperm, no problem

Artificial embryo created – no egg, no sperm, no problem:

by Jon Rappoport

March 29, 2018

Over the past 35 years, I’ve been showing how elements of the Brave New World are coming together.

Lately, I’ve been focusing on 5G wireless, the Internet of Things, gene-editing, and DNA-altering vaccines. We now have a very important piece of the puzzle: artificial embryos. A chilling prospect.

MIT Technology Review has the story: “In a breakthrough that redefines how life can be created, embryologists working at the University of Cambridge in the UK have grown realistic-looking mouse embryos using only stem cells. No egg. No sperm. Just cells plucked from another embryo.”

“The researchers placed the cells carefully in a three-dimensional scaffold and watched, fascinated, as they [the cells] started communicating and lining up into the distinctive bullet shape of a mouse embryo several days old.”

“’We know that stem cells are magical in their powerful potential of what they can do. We did not realize they could self-organize so beautifully or perfectly,’ Magdelena Zernicka¬-Goetz, who headed the team, told an interviewer at the time.”

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Trump: “You Would Be So Bored” If I Acted “Presidential”; Unveils 2020 Slogan

FYI.

“A leader is best when people barely know he exists, not so good when people obey and acclaim him, worst when they despise him. But of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is done, his aim fulfilled, they will say, ‘We did this ourselves.'”

– Lao Tzu

Trump: “You Would Be So Bored” If I Acted “Presidential”; Unveils 2020 Slogan:

President Trump slammed critics, talked up tariffs, unveiled his 2020 slogan, brought up executing drug dealers (again) and noted how “bored” people would be if he acted like a regular old president at a Saturday night rally for Republican Rick Saccone in Moon Township, PA.

“Remember I used to say how easy it is to be presidential?” Trump reminded the audience. “But you would all be out of here right now. You would be so bored. I’m very presidential.”

Trump then gave a mock-campaign speech where he robotically delivered “boring” presidential remarks.

“See, that’s easy. That’s much easier than doing what I have to do,” said Trump. “But this is much more effective. This got us elected. If I came like a stiff you guys wouldn’t be here tonight.”

Trump also slammed “sleeping son of a bitch” Chuck Todd, and “very low IQ” Maxine Waters and Nancy Pelosi.

“It was 1999. I was on “Meet the Press” a show now headed by sleepy-eyes Chuck Todd. He’s a sleeping son of a bitch. I tell you.”

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Mexican Man Stole American’s Identity, Collected $350,000 In Benefits Over 37 Years

Mexican Man Stole American’s Identity, Collected $350,000 In Benefits Over 37 Years:

No one should have to compete with robots. That is why everyone should strive to do what robots cannot.

Flipping burgers and taking orders are quite easy tasks for robots. We have already seen touchscreens offer an alternative to human cashiers. Now robots are starting to replace the backroom staff.

Flippy still requires some human help, but its learning. Flippy’s boss though says he is already better at his job than most workers.

A little quicker, he doesn’t mess up as much. The funny thing is that when you watch him scrape the grill after these burgers are done, he actually does it better than my average employee.

The added benefit is that Flippy can’t feel pain, and so no one is at risk of getting burned by the hot grill. And the owner doesn’t have to worry about getting sued or short-staffed. Then again, I wouldn’t be surprised if robot unions aren’t far behind.

Easy to laugh now, right? But Flippy is learning fast. Flippy and his cousins will start by taking over the service industry. But they won’t stop there.

Read moreMexican Man Stole American’s Identity, Collected $350,000 In Benefits Over 37 Years

This A.I. literally reads your mind to re-create images of the faces you see

This A.I. literally reads your mind to re-create images of the faces you see:

Google’s artificial intelligence technology may sometimes seem like it’s reading our mind, but neuroscientists at Canada’s University of Toronto Scarborough are literally using A.I. for that very purpose — by reconstructing images based on brain perception using data gathered by electroencephalography (EEG).

In a test, subjects were hooked up to EEG brainwave-reading equipment and shown images of faces. While this happened, their brain activity was recorded and then analyzed using machine learning algorithms. Impressively, the researchers were able to use this information to digitally re-create the face image stored in the person’s mind. Unlike basic shapes, being able to re-create faces involves a high level of fine-grained visual detail, showcasing a high level of sophistication for the technology.

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Former Google Exec: Don’t Worry About Terminator Robots for Another Decade or Two

Former Google Exec: Don’t Worry About Terminator Robots for Another Decade or Two

Via: Defense News:

Rapid advances in artificial intelligence and military robotics have some concerned that the development of Terminator-like killer robots will be humankind’s downfall. But that doesn’t seem to worry Eric Schmidt, the former executive chairman of Google parent company Alphabet, who addressed the impact of technology on democracy at the Feb. 16-18 Munich Security Conference.

“Everyone immediately then wants to talk about all the movie-inspired death scenarios, and I can confidently predict to you that they are one to two decades away. So let’s worry about them, but let’s worry about them in a while,“ Schmidt said.

H/t reader Squodgy:

“Heartwarming.

Why not just stop there and use them for peaceful purposes?”

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China is Building Laser 10 Trillion Times Stronger than the Sun That Could Tear Space

China is Building Laser 10 Trillion Times Stronger than the Sun That Could Tear Space:

Chinese scientists are reportedly at work constructing a mega-laser that is so powerful, it could literally tear apart empty space. How can a laser tear apart the absence of matter?

Physicists hailing out of Shanghai, China are building what they refer to as a “Station of Extreme Light,” a device that they claim could be fully functional as early as 2023, about 5 years from now. The Station of Extreme Light appears to be a CERN-level project that could create temperature extremes not typically found on planet Earth. They say the technology it utilizes could one day be used to conduct a particle accelerator similiar to CERN.

Their stated goal is to create a laser so incredibly powerful, it can generate 100-petawatt laser pulses. That is actually 100 million billion watts. For some context, that is 10,000 times the power of the entire Earth’s electrical grids combined. What could even power such a thing?

Read moreChina is Building Laser 10 Trillion Times Stronger than the Sun That Could Tear Space

Stunning photo captures single atom trapped in magnetic field

H/t reader eric:

“Didn’t think it would be possible.”

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Polygraph Expert Shows How to Beat a Lie Detector Test (Video)

Doug Williams is a former Oklahoma City detective sergeant. As an officer in the department’s internal affairs and polygraph unit, he conducted thousands of polygraph tests. In the late 1970s, however, Williams began to doubt that the so-called lie detector actually is such a thing, and within a decade he had evolved into one of the most vocal, visible, and theatrical critics of the polygraph. Williams shows Bloomberg exactly how simple it is to manipulate, and beat, the lie detector test. (Video by Jennafer Savino and Justin Beach) (Source: Bloomberg)
H/t kevin a.

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