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Cybernetic human?

October 19th, 2010

MindSet

"...Human decisions are removed from strategic defense. Skynet begins to learn at a geometric rate. It becomes self-aware at 2:14 a.m. Eastern time, August 29th. In a panic, they try to pull the plug."
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Virtual Reality, Not So Virtual In Your Mind

August 21st, 2010

Piration

As technology rapidly advances we need to see beyond the reasons we are told for the new changes and see what harm they may cause.

Recently on a show called Cutting through the Matrix the host made an insightful connection.  We believe from countless books and other information the elite want to move everyone into austerity.  We have been on a continual maneuver towards sustainability and that means a goal of stripping us of our possessions and our materialistic needs.  With the deluge of tech devices and services over the last decade we have been able to get rid of many possessions already.

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Ads That ‘Stalk’ You

August 18th, 2010

MindSet

Several months ago I was looking to purchase a small, cheap video camera, which I could carry around without too much bother and constantly be on hand, in case a UFO was to fly by or something...

After surfing to the usual online stores and checking camera features and prices, I was ultimately led to the Flip HD line of cameras.  One of which I did eventually purchase, and have been very happy with it.

What was strange about this online shopping experience was that months after the purchase I notices that whenever I browsed the web, Flip HD ads would follow me!  No matter what site I visited, or what content I was browsing, there somewhere on the page was an ad for a Flip HD?

I had discovered, the Ads That Stalk you...

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The Ownership Of Language

August 11th, 2010

Peter John Glynn

Bizarre ownership claims abound in a world dominated by power, ego and greed.

In 1999 Yale University sued Wrexham County Borough Council over the use of the name Yale College.

In 2002 Former Spice Girl Victoria (Mrs. David) Beckham once lodged a counter claim against a football club to have sole rights to the word 'Posh'.
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Llandrillo : The Welsh Roswell?

August 8th, 2010

Peter John Glynn

Crash Mountain Above Llandrillo

This week the British Government released papers relating to an incident which occurred in January 1974. A thirty year embargo had prevented the public from seeing official findings of what was reported to be a crashed UFO in the Berwyn Mountains near to the village of Llandrillo in North East Wales.

A Government official declared that the incident was of natural phenomena rather than extra terrestrial. To this day, the Berwyn Mountain Incident is still referred to as 'The Welsh Roswell'.
If the event WAS of natural consequences, then why slap a thirty year rule upon it? Mrs. Pat Evans ( Nurse) from the village was adamant in her statements. She was a well respected figure, straightforward and honest.

Her story - together with the statements from Farmer Williams - are not easily dismissible. Nor are the people who continue to step forward, the latest being in 2008 when the Government released papers regarding UFO sightings in the UK, yet not the Berwyn Incident. Click below for a Mindset Special Report from the area around where the incident occurred. Then read Andy Roberts' excellent text on the case.

Andy Roberts' Excellent Article HERE

A Digital Prison

July 20th, 2010

Piration

Moto Droid X

I was going to title this post "A Digital Prison - Excuses for Not Posting and Disappearing from the World", but I thought that was overkill. Anyone of you reading this who has dabbled just a little in the esoteric and parapolitcal or you are just conspiratorially paranoid should know about privacy and information awareness. I just recently got a Motorola Droid X (I am not associated with Moto, Verizon or Google) and I think this thing is fantastic it has just absorbed me for days and many friends of mine own similar devices and at work we are all glued into the constant web or other entertainment on our phones. Calling these mini-personal computers phones is really a mockery to all that they really do and occasional ya they can be used to make calls.

In a day where even I am paranoid of how much personal information everyone collects on me it seems pointless when you own one of these devices and you believe that companies like Google and Verizon have open sharing with government access. Not to mention the worry of having your personal information stolen by installing a nefarious third-party application to the device. Perhaps these are similar hurdles we have come to surpass in our connections to computers already but the smart phone has many more ways of collecting a detailed dataset on an individual. With the power of Google behind it who knows the kind of collections of profiles they have on people.

An informational video on Google's range of "interests"

For a certain populace of conspiracy minded people who were worried about implanted chips who stated hell no I won't get one. If that same person owns a smartphone they are basically chipped with a way more advanced tracking device. It may be external from the body but who (of those that treasure electronics enough to own a smartphone) goes anywhere without their phone?

Here is a summary of just some of the features of the Droid X powered by the Android operating system made by Google:

3 microphones for picking up excellent quality sound

Fairly accurate and fast voice commands, navigation and recognition throughout the device's apps.

>1000 meter accuracy location awareness even when user has turned off GPS (using cell location services)

Near 3-10 meter accuracy with GPS

720p HD camcorder and 8MP camera to get a clear picture of anything going on.

Internal magnet that obtains orientation and movement of the phone

Required Gmail login for phone's complete integration and cloud sync with Google services including calendar, email, contacts, docs, search history, and more.  Remember the constitution's 4th amendment is currently interpreted by the courts to not cover information in the cloud.

Many thousands of apps can be obtained on the device to collect numerous information on the individual.

Usually your most personal information can be found on this device, your SMS text messages, email correspondence, who you call, who you associate with, where you go, what your interests are. It wouldn't take a pro CIA agent to pick up a pattern from you and build a psychological evaluation of someone from all this.

Well with all that knowledge here I am holding my Droid and loving it in a sad foolish way.