by Derek Tikkuri
Feb 27, 2017
Saturn worship never ended. See how gematria and numerology are used to this day in order to pay tribute to the black sun.
In this presentation, I discuss how gematria and numerology built our calendar and helped write the Bible. I also talk about how these numbers built Donald Trump, the National Football League, and NASA. Also see what the Chicago Cubs have to do with all of this.
[The above-linked channel was deleted/censored. The following re-upload was uploaded February 24th, 2018 via this new Derek Tikkuri channel]
Aug 25, 2015
Geordie Rose, Founder of D-Wave (recent clients are Google and NASA) believes that the power of quantum computing is that we can `exploit parallel universes’ to solve problems that we have no other means of confirming. Simply put, quantum computers can think exponentially faster and simultaneously such that as they mature they will out pace us. Listen to his talk now!
via Gnostic Media
by Jan Irvin
Apr 21, 2016
Episode 247: Steve Outtrim joins us to discuss his recent research into Silicon Valley and Burning Man, titled: “Silicon Valley’s Secret Weapon: The Shadow History of Burners Pt1”
Steve Outtrim is a technology entrepreneur from New Zealand, who now lives in San Francisco. He created the HotDog Web Editor, which was named as the 3rd most downloaded software on the Internet by WIRED in 1997. He IPO’d his company Sausage Software in Australia in 1996, making him at age 23 the youngest CEO of a public company – a record held by Rupert Murdoch for more than 40 years. He has invested in more than 50 early-stage technology companies and founded 4 that he exited via IPO or trade sale.
Steve is a Shadow Historian, and for the last 3 years has been writing a book series looking behind the scenes of the tech world. Steve created the blog Burners.Me in 2012 to discuss Burning Man and Burner culture. It is the largest independent Burner site, with more than 200,000 followers. He has been to 12 burns since 1998.
Steve brings a first-hand, unique perspective to Silicon Valley and its ties to the military and Burning Man.
Part 1 outline and notes: https://burnersxxx.files.wordpress.co…
[UPDATE: This is being censored on youtube to cover up the groundbreaking information.
via GM website: (NOTE: We’re currently fighting false copyright claims by Douglas Duane Dietrich – a “former agent” (or “librarian”) for the US Dept. of Defense, against our videos regarding the Burning Man culture. Dietrich is falsely claiming that these are actually his videos(!) and had Youtube remove them. Dietrich apparently worked under (or with) Lt. Col. Michael Aquino – discussed in this series. Please download the Vimeo versions and help make these videos go viral!)
Original Youtube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7vrqMQgfus]
by Joy Camp
Jan 25, 2016
An important update from NASA on the California water crisis. Urgent information. Please share and help the cause.
Oct 8, 2015
NASA is launching tests of some new tech that will include releasing colorful vapor tracers 130 miles above the Earth. It sounds like it’s going to be a lot like Project Blue Beam.
The vapors will be ejected from a sounding rocket launched from Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia. NASA explains that it has actually been injecting various vapor tracers into the atmosphere since the 1950s—these trails help scientists understand “the naturally occurring flows of ionized and neutral particles” in the upper atmosphere by injecting color tracers and tracking the flow across the sky.
Last night, NASA ejected four different payloads of a mix of barium and strontium, creating “a cloud with a mixture of blue-green and red color.” Here’s an example of a barium release provided by NASA; on the upper left you can see the barium’s “ionized component, which has become elongated along the Earth’s magnetic field lines.”
Sep 25, 2015
Cloudy skies forecast for the weekend? Never fear. The first supermoon total lunar eclipse in 33 years will be visible to anyone with Internet access, thanks to NASA TV.
People in the eastern regions of North America and all of South America can see the rare spectacle after sunset this Sunday, September 27, while Europe, the Middle East and Africa will be able to catch a glimpse of it on the morning of the 28th. The next time such an event will occur won’t be until the year 2033, NASA said.
Cloudy weather in the Western US is projected to hurt viewing conditions there, but NASA will be providing a livestream for the occasion. The broadcast will begin at 8 PM from the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama.
Online robotic telescope service Slooh will also be livestreaming at 8 PM EDT.
Jun 3, 2015
Exclusive: Federal agency is developing technology to track commercial and civilian drones via cell coverage, with first tests of air traffic control system set for this summer.
Verizon, the US’s largest wireless telecom company, is developing technology with Nasa to direct and monitor America’s growing fleet of civilian and commercial drones from its network of phone towers.
According to documents obtained by the Guardian, Verizon signed an agreement last year with Nasa “to jointly explore whether cell towers … could support communications and surveillance of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) at low altitudes”.
That $500,000 project is now underway at Nasa’s Ames Research Center in the heart of Silicon Valley. Nasa is planning the first tests of an air traffic control system for drones there this summer, with Verizon scheduled to introduce a concept for using cell coverage for data, navigation, surveillance and tracking of drones by 2017. The phone company hopes to finalise its technology by 2019.
Nasa’s new UAS (unmanned aircraft system) traffic management operation is intended to enable safe low-altitude drone flights within the next four years. At the moment, there is little to stop operators flying wherever they want. The agency would like technology that will automatically “geo-fence” drones to keep them away from sensitive areas like the White House, ground drones in bad weather, help them to avoid buildings and each other while flying and decide which drones have priority in congested airspaces.
According to the documents, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, the purpose of the agreement is to “jointly explore if cell towers and communications could possibly support Unmannned Aerial Systems (UAS) Traffic Management (UTM) for communications and surveillance of UAS at low altitudes”. The focus is “exploratory” since “the requiremements and technology paths [for commercial drones] have not been clearly defined by the FAA”.
In February, the Federal Aviation Authority released its proposals for regulating commercial drones. The FAA proposal would allow drones weighing up to 55lb to fly within sight of their remote pilots during daylight hours at heights below 500ft and at speeds of less than 100mph.
So many people sent me this one that it would be impossible to thank you all by your initials, but I want to extend my thanks because this is a story that raises all sorts of difficult questions. Indeed, almost all of you who sent me this story included some sort of comment about those questions, and for anyone following the story of Russian-American relations lately, one would have to be almost wilfully blind or ignorant not to see them. Here’s the story, as reported by RT:
Note that Roscosmos head, Igor Komarov, gave a press conference at the center of the Russian space program, the Baikonur Cosmodrome, and stated that not only would the USA and Russia be cooperating on the construction of a new space station when the current one is retired, but even more importantly, that:
“The two agencies will be unifying their standards and systems of manned space programs, according to Komarov. “This is very important to future missions and stations.”
(Emphasis in the original).
NASA head James Bolden, according to the article, not only corroborated this news, but indicated that the area of cooperation and adopting a uniform standard protocols of missions had specific things in mind:
“Roscosmos and NASA are working with each other and other partners on a global roadmap of space exploration, Bolden said. “Our area of cooperation will be Mars. We are discussing how best to use the resources, the finance, we are setting time frames and distributing efforts in order to avoid duplication.”
(Emphasis in the original)
Additionally, the article goes on to note that Bolden indicated the expansion of the private exploration – read commercialization – of space is also on the long-term NASA agenda.
So what are we possibly looking at here, in terms of the High Octane Speculation of the day?
[hat tip: Akaida]
Jun 30, 2013
Discussions on the NASA Future Strategic Issues and Warfare Document
End the Lie
[Nov 14, 2014]
A biodegradable drone made out of fungus, bacteria and wasp spit built by NASA-affiliated scientists may pave the way for future spyware, which would simply self-destruct if it crashes, leaving behind only minute remnants.
The biological drone would simply melt away, according to its designers. “No one would know if you’d spilled some sugar water or if there’d been an airplane there,” Lynn Rothschild of NASA’s Ames Research Center in California told New Scientist. The model was conceived by a group of scientists from across Stanford, Brown and Spelman College.
The bio drone completed its first flight earlier this month at the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition in Boston. It is primarily made of a fungal material called mycelium – the vegetative part – and looks a little bit like a cardboard drinks holder.
After the main body was produced, the outer skin had to be made out of bacterial cellulose sheets, which were grown in a laboratory and take on a sticky, leathery type consistency. It was then waterproofed, but this still had to allow for its immediate biodegradability.
The solution was to coat the device in proteins, which had been cloned from paper wasps’ saliva – what they use to gel their nests together and waterproof them.
However, the problem is that key components of the machine could not be made biodegradable for obvious reasons – propellers, batteries and controls had to be separately sourced.
“There are definitely parts that can’t be replaced by biology,” team member Raman Nelakanti of Stanford University told New Scientist.
Nevertheless, it will not stop further attempts by the team to develop sustainable bio-material replacements for as many parts as possible. The team has expressed a desire to develop sensors made out of E.coli bacteria.
The biological drone was an entry for the International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM 2014) competition. The team has shared the drone designs on their website so that people can try 3D-printing their own models.