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Genetic manipulation of humans: Jeff Rense and Jon Rappoport

Listen to a brand new conversation between Jeff Rense and Jon Rappoport, on the subject of new vaccines that will permanently change the DNA of humans. This is vital information.

(Update: Part-1 here, Part-2 here)

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ISIS to use inexpensive micro-drone technology in future swarm attack?

Micro-drone swarms to become next terror threat

(INTELLIHUB) — Now that micro-drones have become a household commodity — terrorists are seeking access to advanced swarming technologies to gain ground on enemy forces out in the field.

“It is conceivable that some day soon we will see someone’s otherwise capable military security force penetrated, defeated or even overrun by such technologies,” Lt. Michael Nagata, Director of Strategic and Operational Planning at the National Counterterrorism Center, said at a recent special operations summit.

Imagine a swarm of micro-drones outfitted with deadly neurotoxic gas dispensers or radioactive materials — such a scenario may soon be a reality.

Shepard Ambellas covered the U.S. Air Force’s version of such technology in an January 13 article he wrote for Infowars titled “Autonomous Micro-Drone Swarms Launched from F/A-18 Super Hornets Now a Reality.” In the piece Ambellas details how the $20 million Perdix drone program, which uses artificial intelligence (A.I.), is a success.

Ambellas wrote:

Perdix are designed in such a way that the operator need not “micromanage” the swarm’s behavior, but rather Perdix decides best how to run its own plays within the parameters of its mission.

Although Nagata didn’t specifically mention ‘micro-drones’ in his statement their mere accessibility on the consumer market has become worrisome.

While it’s true the Perdix drone program ran U.S. taxpayers a cool $20M, the costs don’t detour terrorists who have access to a local Radio Shack or Toy’s R Us. The end result, a micro-drone swarm, has been achieved by techies in both the public and private sector before.

Other Sources:

Counter-Terror Chief: Expect Terrorist Drone Swarms ‘Soon’ — Defense One

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Meet ‘Silent Hunter’ – China’s new ‘armored vehicle slicing’ laser gun

While politicians are more than willing to rattle their economic sabres at China, we suspect, after China flaunted a range of high-tech weaponry at the International Defense Exhibition and Conference in Dubai, we suspect Washington will slow its roll a little with any kinetic warmongery…

Let’s start with lasers, says Popular Science’s Jeffrey Lin and P.W.Singer

Poly Technologies showed off The Silent Hunter, one of the world’s most powerful laser weapons. It claims an output of at least 50-70 kilowatts, which would make it more powerful than the 33-kilowatt laser weapon systems (LaWS) currently deployed on the USS Ponce. The laser is probably based on a smaller anti-drone laser, the Low Altitude Guard. That’s enough to knock out automobiles by burning out their engines from over a mile away, as the 30-kilowatt Lockheed Martin ATHENA laser demonstrated in 2015. The Silent Hunter uses fibre optic lasers (fibre optics doped with rare earth minerals), which provide weight savings over chemical lasers through increasing optical gain by kilometers of coiled fibre optics (as opposed to bulky chemical lasers). The Silent Hunter is likely to be scaled up and equipped with radars to complement its optical/infrared tracking system, making it a capable close range defense system against enemy missiles, artillery, drones and aircraft.

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The Silent Hunter laser is powerful enough to cut through light vehicle armor at up to a kilometer away, making you wonder if China already has more powerful laser weapons only for domestic use.

The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) recently came out with report that China is “near parity” with western nations in terms of indigenous defense technology. As we can see from IDEX 2017, that is playing out in fields that range from tanks to lasers. And as the Chinese defense industry innovates more, it will likely grab an even bigger share of international arms sales.

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Thousands of mics and cameras to be installed in San Diego for ‘data harvesting’

There’s an unanswered question about what this means for personal privacy

General Electric, in conjunction with AT&T and Intel Corp, is set to install cameras, microphones, and sensors on 3,200 streetlights in San Diego this year, beginning in July. The installations are part of a new “smart city” scheme that aims to monitor traffic and crime.

With this news has also come many questioning whether this is an overreach into personal privacy, which is something that wasn’t properly investigated prior to approving this plan. Jen Lebron of the mayor’s office said, “it’s anonymous data with no personal identifiers,” since apparently the video quality will be low enough to individual identification.

However, this seems somewhat contradictory to what the new technology is meant for, which is, according to GE and the city, “to locate gunshots, estimate crowd sizes, check vehicle speeds and other tasks.” This begs the question, how can the technology properly monitor crime if it the cameras don’t record detailed video? While the new additions might not be infringing on personal privacy, it will certainly collect data that, as a whole, people may be opposed to being a part of. Especially because the city stated that it intends to make the data available to businesses.

“San Diego is a very early adopter. While it’s a smallish deal in dollars it’s the biggest deal of this kind yet,” said Maryrose Sylvester, chief executive officer of GE Current.

Everyone seems to be in agreement of the fact that this deal is revolutionary and that San Diego will be one of the first cities to test the “internet of things” technology that GE Current already provides for private buildings. One added benefit is that the information could be made available to developers who are interested in creating apps. Apps that show the safest way to walk home or locate available parking spaces could be a result of this new technology.

Data from the new nodes will be available as early as this fall, and the technology was wrapped into a $30 million deal that San Diego struck with GE for a light upgrade that will save the city an estimated $2.4 million every year.

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2014 meeting notes suggest C.I.A. wants control of your vehicle

C.I.A.’s Embedded Development Branch is always coming up with new ideas

(INTELLIHUB) — Leaked C.I.A. meeting notes suggest that the agency’s Embedded Development Branch was trying to acquire the capability to control vehicles remotely by accessing and altering their firmware as early as 2014.

Of the 19 “potential mission areas for EDB” listed in the document, one was listed “Vehicle Systems (e.g. VSEP)” and another “firmware.”

Related: Report concludes cars can be hacked

Related: Michael Hastings told lawyers hours before his death, ‘the F.B.I. is investigating me’

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