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The same tech that makes your life easier is being weaponised

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The New York Times 3.52M subscribers A tank that drives itself. A drone that picks its own targets. A machine gun with facial recognition software. Sounds like science fiction? A.I. fueled weapons are already here. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/U8Ys7n More from The New York Times Video: http://nytimes.com/video ———- Whether it’s reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It’s all the news that’s fit to watch.

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New York Ministry of Coronavirus Compliance Begins Using Drones to Monitor Citizen Compliance…

Really could not resist to add the satirical image at the top there from the conservativetreehouse site. Cleverly portrayed as this is what it feels like in NZ supermarkets now. Little sound clips similar to this as you browse, ‘no cash’ signs, doors patrolled for numbers entering with the dress & demeanour of some of that staff striking fear into the hearts of the more timid elderly I’m sure. It’s certainly separated us all quite effectively as people are understandably scared. Do watch the vid at the link. It’s just like pre war Germany. Hitler would be proud. EWR

from theconservativetreehouse.com

CBS News is reporting on drones flying above New York metro-area parks that are now monitoring coronavirus distancing requirements and warning residents to comply.

Do not be alarmed comrades.  Currently the drones are not armed and only use speakers to broadcast warnings of violations to non-compliant citizens. The voice has a ring of familiarity to it. WATCH and LISTEN:

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2020/04/05/new-york-ministry-of-coronavirus-compliance-begins-using-drones-to-monitor-citizen-compliance/

Photo: theconservativetreehouse.com

Watch “New DARPA Program plans to patrol cities with AI drones”

This is DARPA (Defense, Advanced, Research Projects Agency) partnering? with your LandCare Research people Kiwis… planning to release GM insects into your environment remember? Now esconced in the Hutt so I’ve heard from locals. Why ever do we need DARPA? … Ah that’s right, security, keeping us safe.

via Watch “New DARPA Program Plans To Patrol Cities With AI Drones” on YouTube

Japan has just invented Robo-bees that can ‘legitimately’ pollinate the earth – why?

Here we go, let’s firstly kill off all the bees that we know are the 100% foolproof method of pollination with insecticides, pollution, EMFs, geoengineering and world wide pollution, then in order to keep polluting, let’s create bees that might not work. The insanity continues… until they’ve killed us all off of course.
Photo: a real bee from Pixabay

From techly.com.au

In an example of life imitating art, scientists have come up with a technology straight out of an episode of Black Mirror: Bee-like pollinating drones.

A team at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Japan engineered the devices using a combination of horsehair, $USD 100 drones and a sticky ion gel.

It’s pretty simple really – first, the drones fly into flowers much like a bee would. Inside the flower, pollen gets stuck to the drone due to the combination of the ion gel and horsehair. That same pollen is then shaken off into the next flower, and so on. It’s just your run of the mill birds and the robots bees.

Popular Mechanics reports that Eijio Miyako, a chemist at AIST actually created the sticky ion gel by accident in 2007. The gel, which Miyako considered a failure, sat unused for a decade. When Miyako picked it up again recently he was pleased to find that it was still sticky and figured it would be perfect for his new project.

Miyako is now the project leader behind the “Robo-bees”. In the video above, you can see the first time that a drone has successfully pollinated a flower, in this case Japanese lilies. Blink and you’ll miss it!

https://www.techly.com.au/2017/02/10/these-robo-bees-may-one-day-pollinate-the-earth/

Lockheed Martin are honing their weapons for the essential bankers’ wars – the ‘silent & deadly’ ATHENA laser weapon

Of course most of us need wars like we need a hole in the head. Not the bankers however … war is an endless money spinner for them especially when you can fund both sides. So this ‘wonderful’ new weapon can take down a truck from a mile away, and can also destroy drones, vehicles, rockets, boats and more. We are buttered up with the promise of protecting hospitals and taking out the latest boogey man terrorists (appropriately named ATHENA, patron protectress of various Greek cities)  … the essential pre requisites for more war & ‘ka-ching’, profits. Lockheed Martin partially fund the Mahia NZ rocket base along with our faithful-to-the US government/corporation, thanks to Key for that $25 mill that could’ve housed quite a few homeless instead. (See our War and Banking pages on all of that – main menu). A reminder of how money focused ‘protection’ is these days, a screen shot from the weapons fest we had in 2016 hosted by the NZ gov. $10K per head if you wanted to attend dinner with the trimmings. They also catered for the lower incomes so you could get a seat at $5K also, less trimmings. Far from these ‘banquet halls’ of the rich are the dying civilians… the real victims of war. The children. I’m for defense, sure, but our modern day packaging of war is illustrative of what it really is and always has been, corporate profits. Which is why I’ll never be ‘rejoicing’ over any new weaponry.

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From foxnews.com

ATHENA laser weapon ‘kills’ 5 ‘outlaws’

Silent, invisible, deadly. The powerful ATHENA laser weapon can destroy enemy threats within seconds. It just destroyed five Outlaw drones.

For the United States, thanks to pioneering efforts of American companies like Lockheed Martin and the military, laser weapons are no longer the stuff of Star Wars and Star Trek.

In near-term future battles, the U.S. military can choose to bring laser weapons mounted on vehicles, vessels, and more, to war. By comparison, the weapons of any enemy will look like bows and arrows.

ATHENA, (Advanced Test High Energy Asset), is one of the most exciting of these new American laser weapons.  During recent testing with the U.S. Army’s Space and Missile Defense Command at the Army’s White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, the 30-kilowatt weapon slayed five Outlaw drones. Not toy hobby sized drones, but drones with nearly 11 foot wingspans.

DSEI 2017: INSIDE THE WORLD’S LARGEST MILITARY TECH SHOW

Scoreboard? 100 percent success.

And just two years ago, Lockheed Martin proved that ATHENA could also take down a truck by burning through its hood and engine – and from a mile away.

What are the advantages?

There are many advantages to bringing laser weapons to war. One key advantage is unlimited bullets. As long as there is power, ATHENA would have an unlimited magazine.

Another major advantage is speed. Laser weapons like ATHENA are lethal at the speed of light.

They are also silent, invisible and deadly – three characteristics very handy for stealth and surprise in the battlespace.

DSEI: ‘SPIDERMAN’ WEB SHOOTING-STYLE DRONE REVEALED

Threats can come from any direction. ATHENA’s beam director and turret are designed to match this so the weapons can fire 360 degrees.

READ MORE

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/09/28/athena-laser-weapon-kills-5-outlaws.html

 

BANKER KEY’S CORPORATE REPACKAGING OF WAR

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