The US administration has stepped up its plans to check every visa-holder leaving the country by fast-tracking a scheme to carry out a facial scan on all departing passengers.We should stress that the initiative began under President Barack Obama and it is the fast-tracking rather than the principle itself that has changed. As Alvaro Hoyos, chief information security officer at OneLogin, points out: “Regardless of the results of the election, government agencies have been moving towards leveraging facial recognition for years now. Whether it was fast-tracked or not is a moot point, because it was only a matter of time.”
Daily Archives: April 28, 2017
A young man smiles to his father. He drew a picture and waited each day for him. The young man also found some worms to go fishing with his old man. Each day, the child would do something new to impress his dad. One day, the young child, now a man, went off to war. His father asked him to return safely. But, he didn’t.In But You Didn’t, a son speaks to his father. Written by Ohio poet Stanley Gerbhardt, the poem shows a boy who grew up into adulthood neglected by his father. He dies after going off to war. But You Didn’t appeared in A Second Helping of Chicken Soup for the Soul.Now, Gerbhardt claims that Detroit hip-hop duo Insane Clown Posse stole the lyrics.According to the lawsuit, Insane Clown Posse member Violent J (Joseph Bruce) used the poem without permission. In 2007, Violent J uploaded a video on YouTube reading the lyrics, pretending it was his. One commenter caught the copyright and wrote,
The legend was passed down from generation to generation. One can imagine it was the type of story that was relished by listeners and raconteurs alike, given the salacious tales of ancients behaving badly and the shimmering possibility of a rich discovery.But as with most folklore, surely audiences thought this tale suffered from more than a little exaggeration—a centuries-long game of telephone with the attendant grandiose distortion.The story being told was that of the three gigantic pleasure ships built by Roman Emperor Caligula in the middle of Lake Nemi just south of Rome early in the first century. Oh, the antics that were alleged to have occurred there: orgies, murder, and more entertainment for the Roman ruler and his crew. But then, the story told, those ships sunk to the bottom of the lake.
For several years, (((Disney))) Junior has been running mind-numbing psychological operations on children for the Crime Syndicate. A prime example is the creation of a hideous character called “Special Agent Oso.” Oso is a shutterbug who flies around as a small drone surveilling and spying on little kids. The intruder has a ladybug-shaped robotic camera that “keeps an eye out for children who need help.” The result is pure creepiness, as it depicts Shutterbug entering children’s rooms, taking pictures of them and sending back the data to a satellite in space. Nothing to see here, move along?This is all set to harmonized, cute singing and lyrics that could best be described as New Age children’s music.
A team of researchers with the Institute for Integrative Nanosciences in Germany has tested the possibility of using sperm cells to deliver drugs to cancerous tumors in female patients. In their paper uploaded to the preprint server arXiv, the group describes how such a technique might work, their initial test results and what they learned from their experiments.In recent years, medical researchers have been focusing on developing carrier systems for delivery of chemicals to targets inside the body to treat ailments such as cancer, but thus far, it has been slow going due to a variety of issues such as the body responding in unhelpful ways or targets such as tumors putting up a tough front. In this new effort, the researchers looked into the idea of using a natural carrier to deliver helpful drugs to specified targets—sperm cells delivering drugs guided to tumors and other problem sites in the female reproductive tract.
TV Station Owner Suing ‘Strongman’ Duo Joe Pickett and Nick Prueher After Prank on Wisconsin Morning Show
In 1961, Dwight Eisenhower notoriously warned that the military-industrial complex, and its fusion between corporations and the armed forces was a true threat to democracy. Was pedophilia being covered up with corporate money and the military industrial “black budget” even then? If it wasn’t happening as far back as the 60s, it was likely happening at least 30 years ago or more, and the arrest of one retired Army General is proof. Fortunately, we may not have to sit and watch this horrendous practice happen much longer.A retired Army General, James Grazioplene, and ex-U.S. military industrial contractor who was the president of Dyncorp now faces six separate rape charges. Is he among the first wave of elite-level pedophiles who will be brought to justice?The army has charged Graziopelene with six alleged counts of rape of a minor which likely happened in the 1980s.The former General retired from his position as the director of force development for the Joint Warfighting Capabilities Assessment at the Pentagon, but he will be forced to come out of retirement to face his charges in court. These charges are not specific, so it is possible that the six counts he is being charged with are just the beginning of a larger set of investigations and allegations. The military is being very hush-hush about what happened, and why it is bringing the charges up now, 30 years after the incidences allegedly happened.Grazioplene faces life imprisonment if even one of the allegations can be proven to be true.For anyone who isn’t familiar with the story preceding this news, Dyncorp has also been linked with major pedophilia. This includes several of their employees purportedly exploiting adolescent boys and possible connections to Jeffrey Epstein’s child trafficking to Haiti.Portrait of U. S. Army Brig. Gen. James J. Grazioplene, (Uncovered), (U.S. Army photo by Mr. Scott Davis) (Released) (PC-192899)This news also comes on the heels of John McCain’s campaign manager, Jeffrey Claude Bartleson, being arrested on pedophilia charges after an investigation revealed he may be part of a much larger ring. Police who commented on Bartleson’s arrest say his actions follow a pattern that has been happening since at least 1982.This also comes just after the first U.S. senator was arrested for similar despicable behavior. Ralph Shortey (Republican, Oklahoma) faces multiple counts of pedophilia and child sex trafficking. Shortey was allegedly having sex with young boys at Super 8 Motel.If this retired Army General goes down, too, it could mean a whole lot of pedophile-elites go tumbling down with him like a final kick to the dominos.
China’s lunar ambitions keep growing: Beijing and the European Space Agency are discussing potential collaboration on a human outpost on the moon, reports the AP. The secretary general for China’s space agency, Tian Yulong, first disclosed the talks about the envisioned lunar base in Chinese state media, and they were confirmed Wednesday by an ESA spokesman. The director general of the 22-member ESA, Johann-Dietrich Woerner, has previously described its proposed “Moon Village” as a potential international launching pad for future missions to Mars and a chance to develop space tourism or even lunar mining.
DJI and Hasselblad have just announced details of an incredibly powerful new camera drone which they say is “the first 100-megapixel integrated drone imaging platform”. The serious looking setup consists of DJI’s M600 Pr Drone, a Ronin MX gimbal, and Hasselblad’s H6D-100c camera.
Announced at the the NAB Show in Las Vegas, DJI say this setup will “provide rich imagery for landscape and fine-art photography, robust data for surveying and mapmaking, and endless possibilities for future professional endeavors”.