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« Reply #750 on: Jan 29th, 2017, 7:18pm »

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« Reply #751 on: Jan 29th, 2017, 11:42pm »

"101 Dalmatians: The Series: It's a Swamp Thing/Roll Out the Pork Barrel (#2.10)" (1997)
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Swamp Rat: Well, you most certainly are... lucky you met me, and I am lucky I met you.


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« Reply #752 on: Jan 30th, 2017, 11:24am »

Please read; it's not what you think.....



Ohio Teen Zaps Cop with Stun Gun


Published January 30, 2017

NEWARK, Ohio – Police in central Ohio have helped a teenage leukemia patient cross off a bucket-list item that was seriously shocking: She wanted to use a stun gun on someone.

Sixteen-year-old Alyssa Elkins got to do that Sunday. After a bit of training from Newark police, she zapped Sgt. Doug Bline as her supporters watched.

Bline winced and fell onto a mat, guided by spotters. He says being hit with a Taser is an unpleasant experience but it was worth it to help fulfill Alyssa's wish.

She had made her bucket list when her leukemia returned and she decided not to undergo further treatment. The Columbus Dispatch reports she added the stun-gun item half-jokingly, after seeing video of her uncle, a state trooper, being hit with a Taser during his training.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/01/30/ohio-teen-zaps-cop-with-stun-gun-to-fulfill-bucket-list-wish.html

A tip of the hat to Sgt. Bline.

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« Reply #754 on: Jan 30th, 2017, 4:14pm »

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Ohio Teen Zaps Cop with Stun Gun


Published January 30, 2017

NEWARK, Ohio – Police in central Ohio have helped a teenage leukemia patient cross off a bucket-list item that was seriously shocking: She wanted to use a stun gun on someone.

Sixteen-year-old Alyssa Elkins got to do that Sunday. After a bit of training from Newark police, she zapped Sgt. Doug Bline as her supporters watched.

Bline winced and fell onto a mat, guided by spotters. He says being hit with a Taser is an unpleasant experience but it was worth it to help fulfill Alyssa's wish.

She had made her bucket list when her leukemia returned and she decided not to undergo further treatment. The Columbus Dispatch reports she added the stun-gun item half-jokingly, after seeing video of her uncle, a state trooper, being hit with a Taser during his training.

http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/01/30/ohio-teen-zaps-cop-with-stun-gun-to-fulfill-bucket-list-wish.html

A tip of the hat to Sgt. Bline.



What a wonderful thing to do. Bless Sgt. Bline.

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« Reply #755 on: Jan 30th, 2017, 4:20pm »


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What REALLY happened? MoD’s 'secret investigation' into mass UFO sightings

MINISTRY of Defence (MoD) chiefs launched a top-secret probe into one of Britain's most notorious mass UFO sighting cases 40 years ago at the height if the Cold War, it has been claimed.

By Jon Austin

PUBLISHED: 17:55, Mon, Jan 30, 2017

The 1977 Broad Haven Triangle sightings are being remembered with a special 40th anniversary event.

An explosive novel revealed details of a declassified MoD document which suggests top-ranking officials carried out a covert inquiry into the 1977 sightings in Wales.

The area was gripped by UFO and paranormal fever after several people saw lights and objects hovering in the sky, a being in a metallic space suit, while poltergeists allegedly plagued one family, animals were seen cowering and ghostly figures reportedly peered into farmhouse windows.

Among the witnesses were 14 children who all drew similar pictures of a craft said to have landed near their school.

The book - The Watchers by Neil Spring - is said to be based on "true events" and claims to reveal the truth about what really happened at remote Broad Haven along a strip of rugged coastline in Pembrokeshire National Park near an RAF base.

Mr Spring, who is a key speaker at the event on Saturday, researched the case through documents sent to the National Archives 30 years after the bizarre happenings and after a new witness came forward.

At the time, MoD officials expressed no interest in the sightings, saying there was no threat to national security.

However, among the documents was a letter from the head of the MoD's S4 wing to the Provost & Security Service, the RAF's internal police force.

The S4 chief wrote "I have not even told the Minister I am consulting you" and called for a "discreet enquiry" after expressing bewilderment at the number of apparently "level-headed" witnesses to the strange activity.

Mr Spring said: "(The new witness’) testimony rocked the very foundations of the British Government.

"I visited Broad Haven a sceptic, and came away convinced that some of the locals knew far more about the mysterious occurrences of 1977 than they are willing to reveal."

The disclosures prompted Tory peer Lord Black of Brentwood to call for a full explanation from the MoD of what it uncovered.

The Tory peer has been long involved in getting official government files of UFO sightings and inquiries made public.

Lord Black said: "A number of recently released MoD files leave little doubt that a small number of sightings of aerial phenomena - particularly by military personnel, pilots and air traffic controllers - remain unexplained and unidentified.

"There needs to be further examination of these issues in the hope of learning something new."

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"The 1977 Broad Haven Triangle sightings are being remembered" ~ "There needs to be further examination of these issues in the hope of learning something new."

WELL DONE CRYSTAL ~ SUMPTIN IN HAL'S BACKYARD ~ HE'S BEEN HOLDING OUT ON US ~ ONE WOULD/SHOULD BE INTERESTED IN SIR HAL/INT21'S RECOLLECTION OF SAID EVENT... wink

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« Reply #760 on: Jan 31st, 2017, 1:18pm »

All this stuff has been covered already on the site. References to 'The UK's strangest UFO sightings' will give you all you need .

I think we covered the Berwyn case at the same time.

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https://hacked.com/elon-musk-hints-advances-neural-lace-brain-hacking-tech/

Elon Musk Hints at Advances in ‘Neural Lace’ Brain Hacking Tech
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Visionary and sometimes controversial entrepreneur Elon Musk hinted at advances in next-generation brain hacking. Recent research results promise future “neural lace” technology that could enhance our brains and connect them to the cloud.

“Making progress,” said Musk in a tweet, in reply to a query about “neural lace” technologies for augmenting human intelligence.

“Maybe something to announce in a few months.”

Musk first mentioned neural lace tech at the recent Code Conference 2016.

“Something I think is going to be quite important – I don’t know of a company that’s working on it seriously – is a neural lace,” said Musk. “Somebody’s got to do it. If somebody doesn’t do it, then I think I should do it.”

As it often happens, the term “neural lace” was first used in a science fiction masterpiece: “The Culture” space operas, by the late lamented Iain M. Banks. Science writer Annalee Newitz described Banks’ concept in a June 2015 Gizmodo story. “A mesh that grows with your brain, it’s essentially a wireless brain-computer interface,” said Newitz. “But it’s also a way to program your neurons to release certain chemicals with a thought.”

“And now, there’s a neural lace prototype in real life,” noted Newitz.

In fact, in June 2015 a team of researchers at Harvard University and the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology in Beijing, led by Harvard chemistry professor Charles Lieber, announced promising preliminary advances toward neural lace tech. In an article titled “Syringe-injectable electronics,” published in Nature Nanotechnology, the researchers described mesh electronics that can be injected in the brain to interface electronic and biological circuitry, with first promising results on laboratory mice.

The researchers demonstrated the possibility to deliver electronics to the internal regions of the brain by means of syringe injection – and subsequent unfolding – of submicrometer-thick, centimeter-scale macroporous mesh electronics through needles with a diameter as small as 100 micrometers (one-tenth of a millimeter).

Imagine thin and flexible tissue-like electronic chips rolled up in a needle, injected in the brain, and then unrolling and blending with the brain’s neural circuitry. The results show that mesh electronics injected into the brains of mice are safe, interact with the neurons in the brain, and can reliably monitor brain activity. The researchers conclude that:

“Syringe-injectable electronics could serve as a unique yet general platform for building direct neuron–nanoelectronics interfaces for in vivo studies.”

“I do feel that this has the potential to be revolutionary,” said Lieber in a Harvard press release. “This opens up a completely new frontier where we can explore the interface between electronic structures and biology.”

[Our injectable electronics] are one million times more flexible than any state-of-the-art flexible electronics and have subcellular feature sizes… they actually like to interact with neurons.”

Seamless Integration of Electronics and Biology

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A new paper by Lieber’s research team, titled “Stable long-term chronic brain mapping at the single-neuron level,” published in Nature Methods a few days ago, shows that that syringe-injectable mesh electronics can stably and safely record neural activity in mice for eight months or more, and deliver electrical stimulation to the brain over three months or more.

The researchers conclude that recording and stimulating the same neurons and neural circuits over long times opens up important neurobiology opportunities, “including understanding fundamental neural circuit plasticity, reorganization and development during learning, memory formation and aging-associated cognitive decline,” and enables closed-loop Brain-Machine Interfaces (BMI) in live animals.

In the future, syringe-injectable mesh electronics could be deployed in humans for clinical applications. “I don’t think that’s science-fiction,” said Lieber in a Harvard press release, adding that seamless integration of the electronics and biology could open the door to an entirely new class of BMI and prosthetics.
Neural Lace From Science Fiction to Science Fact: Musk’s Bold Vision

Elon MuskOf course, Banks’ science fiction runs much ahead of Lieber’s science. For example, in “Surface Detail,” one of The Culture novels, Banks imagines that “a full back-up-capable neural lace grows with the brain it’s part of, it beds in over the years, gets very adept at mirroring every detail of the mind it interpenetrates and co-exists with.”

But Elon Musk has the brains, the vision, and the money to turn science fiction into science fact. After creating the successful luxury electric car company Tesla Motors and the commercial space transportation company SpaceX, Musk wants to colonize Mars. At the forthcoming International Astronautical Congress in Guadalajara, Mexico, on September 26-30, Musk will give a special keynote entitled “Making Humans a Multiplanetary Species.”

Musk is known to be deeply concerned about the threat that Artificial Intelligence (AI) could pose to humanity, and it seems plausible that he considers neural lace technology as a means for future humans to compete with AIs. Musk’s short tweet could indicate that he is working with neuroscientists to make science fiction happen.

In fact, though Lieber’s sober scientific statements only mention therapeutic prosthetics, neural lace technology could be used for enhancement: future applications would permit increasing memory and intelligence with neural co-processors, achieving brain-to-brain interfaces (aka telepathy) with brain implants wirelessly connected to the cloud, and even – as in Banks novels – backing up the brain for mind uploading.


Having your head in the clouds! Imagine that.





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on Jan 31st, 2017, 1:18pm, INT21 wrote:
All this stuff has been covered already on the site. References to 'The UK's strangest UFO sightings' will give you all you need .

I think we covered the Berwyn case at the same time.

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NASA’s New Shape-Shifting Radiator Inspired by Origami

Japan’s ancient art of paper folding has inspired the design of a potentially trailblazing “smart” radiator that a NASA technologist is now developing to remove or retain heat on small satellites.

Vivek Dwivedi, a technologist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, has teamed with a couple of researchers at Brigham Young University in Utah to advance an unconventional radiator that would fold and unfold, much like the V-groove paper structures created with origami, the art of transforming a flat piece of paper into a finished sculpture.

NASA’s Center Innovation Fund, or CIF, which supports potentially groundbreaking, high-risk technologies, is funding the effort.

Under the partnership, Brigham Young University assistant professor Brian Iverson and doctoral student Rydge Mulford are advancing the design of a three-dimensional, foldable radiator, while Dwivedi is developing a coating to enhance the radiator’s heat-shedding or conservation capabilities.

This novel radiator controls the rate of heat loss by performing shape-shifting maneuvers. The resulting topographical changes could be achieved with temperature-sensitive materials like muscle wire or shape-memory alloys. As temperature-sensitive materials experience a change in temperature — caused by spacecraft electronics or the absorption of heat from the Earth or sun — the radiator could automatically change its shape to either shed or conserve heat.

The deeper the folds or cavities, the greater the absorption, explained Mulford, adding that scientists have investigated the use of cavities to affect heat loss for nearly 100 years, but no one has approached the challenge in quite this way. “Origami allows you to change the depth of these cavities in real time, thereby changing the heat loss from a surface in real time,” he said.

One Step Further

The team, however, wants to take the concept one step further.

Dwivedi, meanwhile, is working to advance a highly emissive coating principally made of vanadium oxide, a transition metal oxide. Dwivedi’s idea is to then apply the special coating on the origami radiator. He also is investigating its potential use on other spacecraft components, including solar-array panels.

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