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‘Technology’

2013: After Edward Snowden’s revelations, why trust US cloud providers?

The NSA’s activities are a massive blow for US computer businesses ‘It’s an ill bird,” runs the adage, “that fouls its own nest.” Cue the US National Security Agency (NSA), which, we now know, has been busily doing this for quite a while. As the Edward Snowden revelations tumbled out, the scale of the fouling slowly began to dawn on us. Outside of the United States, for example, people suddenly began to have doubts about the wisdom of entrusting their confidential data to cloud services operated by American companies on American soil. As Neelie Kroes, European Commission vice president responsible for digital affairs, put it in a speech on 4 July:… Read More

2013: The Dream Machine – Portal to inner dimensions without drugs or meditation

The Dream Machine is a device for altering the brainwave frequency of the user and putting it into an alpha state, at which point it begins generating waking, sober hallucinations and internal “movies,” on demand. The user of the Dream Machine sits in front of it with eyes closed, and allows the precisely-calibrated flicker pattern to play over their face, creating a strobe effect in the darkness behind their eyelids. After a short period of adjustment, the user begins to experience eidetic imagery, in the same way that one does just as passing over the threshold between wakefulness and sleep. Nostradamus was alleged to have received his visions by closing his… Read More

2014: Is Convenience Creating Hazards In The Digital Age?

Home automation technology: is it an asset or a liability? Alternately referred to as “The Internet of Things,” such systems allow homeowners to control multiple devices within their house, which communicate with each other via wireless technology. However egalitarian this may sound, it’s worth noting that such systems do pose multiple security risks. Part of what’s alarming about this situation is that Google recently acquired the home automation tech developer Nest. On the one hand, Google has done a tremendous amount to create an experience for internet browsers that weeds out marketing ploys and, ideally speaking, takes users to the sites which are most relevant to their search queries. On the… Read More

2014: Your TV Is Watching YOU!

Is your TV spying on YOU? It sounds like science fiction but many new TVs can watch you – telling advertisers your favorite shows or even filming you on the sofa. And there’s no off switch! By Guy Adams, 26 November 2013 You are sitting in bed in your pajamas, drinking a cup of cocoa. A loved one lies next to you, watching late-night television. Pillow talk is exchanged. An alarm clock is set. Eventually the lights are turned out. Earlier, you sat on the living-room sofa eating supper, before loading the dishwasher and heading upstairs. You have, in other words, just enjoyed a perfectly normal night, in a perfectly normal home. The curtains… Read More

Aetheric Coronal Elements: ACE

There is a mystery in the corona of the sun. The surface of the sun is about 8000 degrees F. About 100,000 miles above the surface the temperature is over a million degrees. This is the corona and the photosphere from which most of the solar heat and light is received on Earth. There are a number of theories regarding magnetic convection of energy from the sun to the corona as surface radiation cannot account for the heat transfer, but the convection theory falls apart when the over all heat budget is considered. There is too much energy in the corona. As most of the heat and light arriving on Earth… Read More

Amazing Microscopic Robots for…Nothing?

Technology is constantly evolving and inventions come and go. Among the breakthroughs that science has made, one thing remains very fascinating—nanorobots. If you’ve ever seen Generator Rex, then you might have been introduced to nanites, those tiny robots that can have a mind of their own. In Generator Rex, nanites are capable of activating and taking control of their hosts. An ominous eventuality if you think about it. Imagine being enslaved by robots that are barely visible to the eyes. This possibility might not be far from happening, but people can still rest easy. At least that is what the newly made microscopic robots are saying. Scientist in the Max Planck… Read More

ANALYSIS BOX

This is an instrument designed to give the answer of any question as a numerical readout between 0 and 100. It is useful for finding out such things as the percentage of a color in someone’s aura or the strength of a radionic transmission. What you will need: – A print of Plate2 – 18 ceramic magnets (usually available from Radio Shack) – 1 Potentiometer (value unimportant) – 1 piece of aluminum foil – 1 cardboard box – 1 length of wire – 1 knob – 1 plastic can lid Instructions: 1. Glue the pattern to the top of the cardboard box. 2. Punch a hole for the stem of the… Read More

Early Rays

BOOK HERALDS COMING ENERGY REVOLUTION Free energy enthusiasts everywhere take hope. The “Revolution” is coming. That, anyway, is what Atlantis Rising contributor and author Jeane Manning asserts in her new book. Just out from Avery, The Coming Energy Revolution(230 pages, trade paper) reports the ground-breaking work of unorthodox inventors and scientists from Nikola Tesla to Floyd Sweet; from Keeley to Pons and Fleischman. “Conventional science says that space is cold and still,” she writes, “and that what energy does exist cannot be put to useful work. The new-energy innovators say that conventional science is wrong, and that new-energy research is being suppressed by a combination of scientific inertia and corporate self-interest.”… Read More

EXPERIMENTING WITH SCALAR FIELDS

Here’s a suggestion for “scalar” experiments from a conversation with John Bedini.� Mr. Bedini encourages everyone to try this experiment, but warns us that this device is patent applied for, so you should only build a single unit for your own use.� – Bill Beaty, 1/21/95 …………………….uuuu / oo uuuu………………………… William Beaty voice:206-781-3320 bbs:206-789-0775 cserv:71241,3623 EE/Programmer/Science exhibit designer http://www.eskimo.com/~billb – Seattle, WA 98117 -email- – SCIENCE HOBBYIST webpage ****************************************************************** EXPERIMENTING WITH SCALAR FIELDS ****************************************************************** ________ | | | | _______ S | | Obtain two Radio Shack ceramic magnets and |_______| N glue their north pole faces together. | | N |_______| S ________ Wind the magnets with about 50 turns… Read More

Hemp Is on its Way to Your Car Battery and Many Things You Haven’t Yet Imagined

New technologies are only beginning to unlock the possibilities of hemp. The first digital-age domestic hemp crop is being harvested as I write. The subtle decrease in seismic activity currently puzzling Virginia geologists can be traced to Thomas Jefferson ceasing to spin in his grave for the first time in 77 years. For a century USDA biologists conducted taxpayer-funded hemp cultivar research for farmers, after all. They did this in a Virginia meadow that is today the Pentagon. And why wouldn’t they, in support of a key crop supplying the Navy with rope and earning millions for farmers from Wisconsin to Kentucky (when millions meant something)? Then there was this weird… Read More