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  Cosmic Disclosure -- Free Episode!
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 01-10-2018, 02:15 AM - Forum: UFOs, Aliens and Universal Questions - No Replies

David Wilcock has spoken about one of his whistle-blowers for many previous years.  He refused to come forward until now.  His real name is Emery Smith.  This is the first show of a series of five. 
He has quite an amazing story so far.    If you like this show, subscribe to the GAIA channel and watch the rest for only 99 cents.  Tonight will be the third show about Emery.  You can cancel if you wish before your 30 days expire.  Hopefully, the other two remaining will air before the month is over.


Quote:Emery Smith, the whistleblower formerly known as “Paul”, comes forward to reveal his work inside secret biological facilities deep under the New Mexico desert. You may have seen him in the film Sirius, as he was dissecting the Atacama Humanoid body. In this introductory episode, he tells us of his induction into secret military testing facilities at Kirtland, AFB in NM where he was tasked with dissecting tissue samples taken from extraterrestrial bodies. This interview with David Wilcock was originally webcast December 12, 2017.

SEE THE NEXT INTERVIEW FOR ONLY $0.99 and gain access to 1,000s of more titles, including OVER 300+ Episodes of David Wilcock as host of Cosmic Disclosure and Wisdom Teachings!


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  House Intel Committee Has Received All Docs On Trump Dossier From DOJ, FBI
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 01-09-2018, 07:12 PM - Forum: Political News and more - Replies (2)

Okay, so now let us hope something (like arrests of Hillary & crew) comes from this.   Wait... wait... wait...  sigh.

 Written by Richard Pollock   1/08/2018

Quote:House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence members gained access to all Department of Justice and FBI documents it possesses on the Trump dossier, The Daily Caller News Foundation has learned.

The committee was able to review Friday all FBI and DOJ documents on the Trump dossier, former MI-6 British agent Christopher Steele who authored the dossier, and Fusion GPS, the political opposition firm that hired Steele. DOJ also provided any Obama administration applications to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court based on the dossier, which could approve the surveillance of the Trump transition team or Trump associates, according to a source with direct knowledge of the case.

The information could serve as a key breakthrough in the committee’s investigation of Steele, Fusion GPS and the Russians who influenced the dossiers’ contents.

The only exception to the release was an FBI one FD-302 document that FBI Director Christopher Wray showed only to House Intelligence Committee chairman Devin  Nunes. The document pertains to interviews of sources or suspects.

The committee also will have access to interview key Justice Department and FBI officials later in January.
Nunes announced on Jan. 3 that assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein approved committee access to documents pertaining to Steele, Fusion GPS and any applications for surveillance of Trump transition officials.

The committee’s document request was re-issued in a Jan. 4 letter from Nunes to Rosenstein.

The Intelligence Committee is seeking a clear understanding of how the FBI and Obama’s Justice Department officials used the dossier, which Steele compiled from unknown Russian sources. The dossier contained unverified and disparaging charges about Trumps activities in Russia.

Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign and the Democratic National Committee paid Fusion GPS for the dossier. The intelligence committee is also investigating whether the FBI or the Justice Department also agreed to pay Steele for his information, how they used the information and what steps, if any, they took to verify its content.

The documents additionally could provide insights into the Obama administration’s request to “unmask” or force the intelligence community to reveal the identity of Trump transition officials who were in contact with diplomats and foreign principals.

The Justice Department and the FBI have actively stonewalled Congress since 2017 over the Obama administration’s relationship to Fusion GPS, Steele and its use of the dossier to obtain a warrant before the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court, which can authorize surveillance on foreign citizens.

Nunes expressed frustration with the lack of any response to the requests for documents in a December letter to Rosenstein. “Unfortunately, DOJ/FBI’s intransigence with respect to the August 24 subpoenas is part of a broader pattern of behavior that can no longer be tolerated,” he wrote.

“As a result of the numerous delays and discrepancies that have hampered the process of subpoena compliance, the committee no longer credits the representations made by DOJ and/or the FBI regarding these matters,” Nunes told Rosenstein.
The information also could be used for a criminal investigation of Steele.

Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary, said he believed Steele lied to federal authorities about his contacts with reporters regarding information in the dossier, and he urged the department to investigate.
“I don’t take lightly making a referral for criminal investigation,” he said. “But, as I would with any credible evidence of a crime unearthed in the course of our investigations, I feel obliged to pass that information along to the Justice Department for appropriate review,” he said according to The New York Times.

TheDCNF contacted the White House for confirmation about the matter but has not yet received any response.


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  Search box
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 01-09-2018, 03:09 AM - Forum: The Suggestion Box - Replies (3)

I can't count the number of times I've tried to use the search bar to find a particular thread, but it won't find anything without putting in the entire title. If you don't know the whole title, or remember who authored it, you're out of luck.

It would be great if the search bar would pull up threads using a word or two based on the topic.

I'll just ask here right now if anyone knows where the latest thread is about the Bundy trial?  I have some info to add.

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  Another UK IS Problem...
Posted by: BIAD - 01-08-2018, 10:29 PM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (7)

Well, they're still scooping them up in the UK and I'm glad to see the 'No Borders' policy was a real good idea.

Quote:Couple guilty of homemade bomb terror attack plot.

'A man and woman have been found guilty of plotting a "devastating" terror attack in the UK using a homemade bomb.
Food factory worker Munir Mohammed, 36, from Derby, and pharmacist Rowaida El-Hassan, 33, from north-west London,
also exchanged messages about ricin.

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The Old Bailey heard asylum seeker Mohammed signed up for a "new job in the UK", while messaging an IS commander
via Facebook. He used El-Hassan's chemical knowledge after they met on a dating website.

Sue Hemming, from the Crown Prosecution Service, said the couple were "clearly attracted to each other through their
support for Daesh's [IS's] violent ideology and its intolerance of those who do not subscribe to its views".
"They planned to kill and injure innocent people in the UK and had the mind-set, the methodology and almost all the material
needed for Mohammed to carry out an attack," she said.

"Both will be in prison, where they cannot plot together and will no longer be a danger to the public."
At the time of his arrest in December 2016, Mohammed had two of the three components needed for TATP explosives, as
well as manuals on how to make explosives, mobile phone detonators as well as the deadly poison ricin.

The trial heard Mohammed, originally from Eritrea, who lived in Sudan for some time before coming to the UK,
investigated making poison while working at a supermarket ready meals factory.
The court was also told that he was using a sophisticated false documents to access services and work in the UK illegally.

Judge Michael Topolski QC remanded the pair in custody and warned them they faced jail when they are sentenced on 22

The judge told Mohammed: "You have been convicted of planning a potentially devastating terrorist attack by creating an
explosive device and deploying it somewhere in the UK targeting those you regarded as enemies of the Islamic State.
"Rowaida El-Hassan, you share the extremist mindset with Munir Mohammed and you were ideologically motivated to
provide him with support, motivation and assistance.

"You knew he was engaging and planning an attack. You knew he was planning an explosion to kill and maim innocent people
in the cause of Islamic State." Mohammed, of Leopold Street, Derby, was unanimously convicted of preparing terrorist acts
between November 2015 and December 2016.

His co-accused El-Hassan, of Willesden Lane, north-west London, was convicted of the same charge by a majority of 10 to
one jurors...'

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  Fire At Trump Tower.
Posted by: BIAD - 01-08-2018, 06:16 PM - Forum: General News and Events - Replies (2)

Quote:Trump Tower fire: three people injured in New York City blaze.

'Two civilians and one firefighter were injured in a fire at Trump Tower in New York on Monday morning.
The fire was reported just before 7am ET. New York City fire officials said it broke out in the building’s
heating and air conditioning system.

A fire department statement said: “FDNY confirms three total injuries at fire earlier this morning at 721
[Fifth Avenue], Trump Tower: two civilians with non-life-threatening injuries, both were treated on scene
and refused further medical aid. One firefighter with non-life-threatening injury.”

News footage showed firefighters on the roof of the skyscraper, at East 57th Street and Fifth Avenue in
midtown Manhattan.

Smoke billowed from one corner of the tower for a while before most of it dissipated.
About 80 firefighters were at the scene initially and a few remained on the roof about an hour later.

“The fire wasn’t in the building,” said the FDNY’s Manhattan borough commander, Roger Sakowich, in a
statement on social media. “It was on top of the building. We had flames coming out of the vents, no smoke
condition or fire was on the inside.

“We were able to extinguish the fire without any problems within the building. Everything went according to plan.”
Sakowich added: “Our units got up there quickly, we got water on the fire, which in 19F (-7C) creates more steam
and smoke.”

The tower is home to a number of residences and businesses. 
onald Trump, who keeps a residence in the tower, was at the White House in Washington DC.
One of the president’s sons, Eric Trump, tweeted: “There was a small electrical fire in a cooling tower on the roof of
Trump Tower.” He also thanked firefighters for doing “an incredible job”...'

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  Fossils and Modern Humans
Posted by: guohua - 01-07-2018, 09:39 PM - Forum: World History - Replies (19)

I still think that modern humans have been around for far longer than Main Stream Science want you to believe.
There is proof out there and it's mostly hidden and not reported on.

We both believe that Humans have been here for a Very, Very, Very long Time.


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  Winter storm
Posted by: Wallfire - 01-07-2018, 03:19 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (4)

Just read the news that there is a winter storm heading over Sweden, warnings given for people not to drive and stay inside.
In Finland the news tells normal winter storm coming, trees might be blown over.
Poor people of Sweden, they  fear snowflakes so much   tinybiggrin tinybiggrin tinybiggrin

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  The Lost Cosmonauts
Posted by: guohua - 01-07-2018, 01:34 AM - Forum: Science and Space...the Other Final Frontiers - Replies (7)

Both of us remember Just How So Very, Very Secret the Soviet Union was during the Cold-War years.
We believe they did losse Cosmonauts , yes we believe that the two Italian brothers did actually record the Last Dying Sounds of Soviet Men and Women in Space.
Do You?


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  Scientists Have Created Robots That...
Posted by: Mystic Wanderer - 01-07-2018, 01:01 AM - Forum: Science and Space...the Other Final Frontiers - Replies (3)

Well, they made a robot a citizen awhile back, so I guess they're getting ready to try to replace the human race in the near future.  Were they just seeing how the public would react to the news that a robot can now become a legal citizen among us?

Might be a good idea to make them even more human-like so we can't tell the difference... which seems to be what they've done.

This one has a rib cage, a flexible spine, and even has the ability to sweat.   tinyhuh

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Quote:A team of researchers at the University of Tokyo developed a pair of humanoid robots that can carry out a wide range of life-like activities — such as doing push ups, sit ups, and stretches as well as playing badminton and other complicated motions — in a less mechanical manner compared with most automatons. The robots, called Kengoro and Kenshiro, were designed in such a way that mimics the human body’s muscular and skeletal systems. Kenshiro was developed between 2011 and 2014, while Kengoro was developed from 2015 onward.

“For at least the last two millennia, human beings have endeavored to understand the systems and mechanisms that make up the human body. However, a limitation of conventional humanoids is that they have been designed on the basis of the theories of conventional engineering, mechanics, electronics, and informatics,” lead researcher Yuki Asano told Daily Mail online.

The scientists used aluminum, steel, and plastic as a frame for the humanoid robots. They also designed synthetic joints and ligaments to allow the robots to move. Both Kengoro and Kenshiro feature rib cages and flexible spines. A combination of electrical motors, mechanical parts, wires, and sensors that were carefully linked together made up the robots’ multi-jointed spine and muscles. The robots were also outfitted with an artificial central nervous system that helps maintain balance and stability. High tech processing power was also used to give the robots the ability to act and react independently.

“By contrast, our intent is to design a humanoid based on human systems, including the musculoskeletal structure, sensory nervous system, and methods of information processing in the brain. Our research team has successfully developed musculoskeletal robots. They imitate the human musculoskeletal structure, support the flexible body and behaviors of humans, and support human-style muscle actuation using tendon-driven actuators,” Asano added.

The goal of the so-called Elite (who are in the process of being taken down) is/was to make people immortal by placing a person's consciousness inside a robot that is connected to a main computer that then connects all the minds together... a hive mind.  The body would be super strong and have no way to get sick.  Sounds good, right?

The thing they aren't telling people is that if they agree to do this, the computer has the ability to take over and control the "human robot". If it sees that a person is thinking of something "they" don't agree with, they can change the person's thinking, or even kill them.  No opposition will be allowed. They now have you right where they want you!

Not exactly the kind of world where I want to be immortal.

What some people don't realize is, we are already immortal; no wires connected to a computer is necessary.  When we die we take on what is called a light body, made of pure energy.  We are the ones who have control over our future destination, in my opinion, not some computer. 
So, which way sounds best to you?

I got a little side-tracked there, so back to the topic at hand...

Quote:Humanoid robots can sweat during activities, experts say

The scientists added that the robot Kengoro can even produce sweat, largely due in part to a cooling system designed to let water seep through the porous layers of the robot’s frame. This feature enables the water to eventually evaporate and cool the robot’s 180 motors, the research team explained.

To achieve this feat, the experts tweaked the robot’s frame and programmed more functions including liquid transfer, heat release, and support. The aluminum-based frame was printed using a laser that sintered the powered metal. The scientists explained that each bone features a porous honeycomb-like layer that retain water, which was subsequently released when the robot performs strenuous activities and starts to overheat. The water that was released in the inner porous layer of the bones then travels to more porous areas near the frame’s surface where it readily evaporates.

The experts touted that one cup of deionized water can help Kengoro function for half of the day without overheating. Likewise, the research team noted that the robot can perform push-ups for 11 minutes straight. However, the scientists cautioned that Kengoro needs to stay hydrated in order to maintain the cooling system’s function.

“A sponge-like metal material, created using a 3-D printer, is used in part of the skeletal structure. We have designed a cooling system that makes water seep through the material and evaporate. Our sensor data can point to which muscles contribute to specific physical activities. We hope such data can be applied in the fields of medicine or athletics, where insight gained can be utilized for rehabilitation and training,” Asano explained in a The Japan Times article.

Visit Robotics.news to know more about the latest developments in robotics and artificial intelligence.

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Even Elon Musk warns us about artificial intelligence.  I heard from a Qanon source that he is a Patriot, so maybe he's staying close to the 'enemy' to see what they're doing, and keep them from going too far?   minusculethinking 


My advice for people is to avoid agreeing to (knowingly) allowing "them" to place any kind of nanobots in your brain, when the time comes.  This is also a method they are trying out now on humans.


Yes, according to some experts, we are breathing in these nanobots everyday, and they are settling in our brain.  Get some good detox items from your favorite alternative medicine store, and get that stuff out of your body before it's too late.

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  People Pay Pennies For Netflix, Spotify, HBO, Xbox Live & More
Posted by: Wallfire - 01-06-2018, 04:25 PM - Forum: Off Topic - Replies (3)

Might be time to change passwords on your Netflix and things.


Forking out for every premium media service around is a hugely costly affair but some people are getting them all for just pennies each. That's thanks to so-called account generating platforms, where access to Netflix, Spotify, Amazon Prime, HBO, Xbox Live, EA Origin, TIDAL, WWE, and UFC, among dozens of others, cost next to nothing.
[Image: streamingkey.jpg]Gaining free access to copyrighted material is not a difficult task in today’s online world. Movies, TV shows, music, games, and eBooks are all just a few clicks away, either using torrent, streaming, or direct download services.
Over the years, however, the growth of piracy has been at least somewhat slowed due to the advent of official services. Where there was once a content vacuum, official platforms such as Netflix, Spotify, HBO, TIDAL, Steam, and others, are helping users to find the content they want.
While most services present reasonable value, subscribing to them all would be a massive strain on even the most expansive of budgets. But what if there was a way to access every single one of them, for just a few dollars a year – in total? Believe it or not, such services exist and have done for some time.
Described as ‘Account Generators’, these platforms grant members with access to dozens of premium services, without having to pay anything like the headline price. The main ones often major on access to a Netflix subscription as a base, with access to other services thrown in on top.

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The screenshot above shows one ‘generator’ service as it appeared this week. On the far right is a Netflix offer for $2.99 per year or $4.99 for a lifetime ‘private’ account (more on that later). That is of course ridiculously cheap.
On the near left is the ‘All Access’ plan, which offers access to Netflix plus another 69 online services for just $6.99 per month or $16.99 per year. The range of services available is impressive, to say the least.
Movies and TV Shows: Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO Now, Crunchyroll, DIRECTV/Now, Stream TV Live, CBS All Access, Funimation, Slingbox, Xfinity.
On the sports front: BT Sports, Fubo.tv, F1 Access, MLB.TV, NBA League Pass, NFL Game Pass, UFC Fight Pass, WWE Network.
For music, access is provided to Spotify, Deezer, Napster, Pandora, Saavn, SoundCloud, and TIDAL.

A small selection of the services available[Image: gen3.png]

How these services gain access to all of these accounts is shrouded in a level of secrecy but there’s little doubt that while some are obtained legitimately (perhaps through free trials or other account sharing), the roots of others are fairly questionable.
For example, when these services talk about ‘shared and ‘private’ Netflix accounts, the former often appear set up for someone else, with individual user accounts in other people’s names and suggestions for what to watch next already in place. In other words, these are live accounts already being paid for by someone, to which these services somehow gain access.
Indeed, there are notices on account generator platforms warning people not to mess with account passwords or payment details, since that could alert the original user or cause an account to get shut down for other reasons.
“Origin brings you great PC and Mac games. Play the latest RPGs, Shooters, Sim games, and more. These accounts are private (1 per person), however you MUST NOT change passwords,” one warning reads.
Since Origin has just come up, it’s probably a suitable juncture to mention the games services on offer. In addition to EA’s offering, one can gain access to Xbox Live, ESL Gaming, Good Old Games, League of Legends, Minecraft Premium, Steam (game keys) and Uplay.
And it doesn’t stop there.
Need a BitDefender key? No problem. Access to Creative Market? You got it. Want to do some online learning? Queue up for Chegg, CourseHero, Lynda, Mathway, Udemy, and more. There’s even free access to NYTimes Premium. As the image below shows, thousands of accounts are added all the time.

Thousands of accounts, all the time…[Image: acctgen2.png]

While these generator platforms are undoubtedly popular with people on a budget, almost everything about them feels wrong. Staring into someone’s private Netflix account, with what appear to be family names, is unsettling. Looking at their private email addresses and credit card details feels flat-out criminal.
Quite how these services are able to prosper isn’t clear but perhaps the big question is why the platforms whose accounts are being offered haven’t noticed some kind of pattern by now. Maybe they have, but it’s probably a pretty difficult task to sweep up the mess without a lot of false positives, not to mention the risks of ensnaring those who pay for their accounts officially.
The video below, from late 2016, gives a decent overview of how an account generator platform works. Even for many hardcore pirates, especially those who demand privacy and respect the same for others, parts of the viewing will be uncomfortable.


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