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« Reply #870 on: Feb 16th, 2017, 11:34pm »

on Feb 15th, 2017, 9:06pm, Cliff-67 wrote:
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That reminds me of you Ak ! grin

At the moment, I'm ~ baffled ~ laugh about comet 2p Encke.

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« Reply #871 on: Feb 17th, 2017, 08:05am »

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Iron Man Suit to Begin Testing by Summer 2018: SOCOM

Posted By: Matthew Cox
February 15, 2017

The top weapons buyer for U.S. Special Operations Command said Wednesday that the so-called Iron Man suit being developed for elite commandos may not end up being the exoskeleton armored ensemble popular in adventure movies.

It’s been four years since SOCOM leaders challenged the defense industry to come up with ideas for the Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS — an ensemble that would provide operators with “more-efficient, full-body ballistics protection and beyond-optimal human performance” as well as embedded sensors and communications tech for heightened situational awareness.

Program officials are about “a year and a half” away from having a TALOS prototype that’s ready to put in the hands of operators for testing, James “Hondo” Geurts, acquisition executive and director for SOF AT&l at USSOCOM, told an audience at the National Defense Industrial Association’s Annual Special Operations/Low Intensity Conflict Symposium.

When the program began, it captured the public’s imagination and conjured images of high-tech ensembles worn in movies such as “Man of Steel,” “Pacific Rim” and “Starship Troopers.”

“We are on our fifth prototype,” Geurts said. “Will we get everything we want? Probably not. That was never the intent.”

SOCOM officials envisioned TALOS would feature integrated heaters and coolers to regulate the temperature inside the suit. Embedded sensors would monitor the operator’s core body temperature, skin temperature, heart rate, body position and hydration levels. In the event that the operator is wounded, the suit could feasibly start administering the first life-saving oxygen or hemorrhage controls.

This is not the first time the U.S. military has embarked on an effort to perfect smart-soldier technology. The Army is now equipping combat units with a secure, smartphone-based kit — known as Nett Warrior — that allows a leader to track subordinates’ locations in relation to his own position via icons on a digital map. The unit leaders can view satellite imagery and send text messages.

The technology has seen combat and given leaders a precise view of their tactical environment, empowering units to operate more decisively than ever before.

But the program’s success did not come easily. Land Warrior, the first generation of this computerized command-and-control ensemble, was plagued by failure. From its launch in 1996, the Army spent $500 million on three major contract awards before the system’s reliability problems were solved in 2006.

When TALOS began, SOCOM said it planned to funnel $80 million into research and development over a four-year timeline. Geurts did not say how much money SOCOM has spent so far on TALOS.

One of the biggest challenges is powering the suit, but also a type of control theory and deep learning, Geurts said.

In just walking, “we take for granted that when we put our arm out, that our foot is behind us to balance it,” he said.

Geurts said the program has had “tremendous hurdles” working with these technologies, but said the effort will likely result in spin-off technologies that can be fielded to operators before TALOS is operationally ready.

“So in TALOS, don’t just think exoskeleton and armor — think of the whole equation,” he said. “Survivability is part of what armor you are carrying, but it’s also a big part of whatever information you have, what is your situational awareness, how do you communicate. So as we are going down all those paths, we can leverage quickly some of the stuff that is ready to go right now.”

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5 surprising things about the 'Phoenix Lights' sighting that we learned at UFO Congress

by Sonja Haller, The Arizona Republic
Published 11:24 p.m. ET Feb. 18, 2017

PHOENIX — The "Phoenix Lights" incident remains a big deal to UFO researchers worldwide even 20 years later because thousands reported witnessing the phenomenon.

We know the official explanation that the lights in the sky and possible craft were military flares left many, especially among UFO and extraterrestrial believers, unsatisfied. We know that the curiosity about it probably isn't going to go away anytime soon.

Several hundred people attended "The Importance of the Phoenix Lights-Mass UFO Sighting" panel discussion earlier this week as part of the International UFO Congress in Scottsdale.

Panelists included:

• Richard Dolan, a UFO writer and researcher, host of a weekly radio program and guest on the shows Hangar One and Ancient Aliens.

• Lynne Kitei, a witness to the lights and author of Phoenix Lights: A Skeptic's Discovery That We Are Not Alone.

• Jim Mann, director of Arizona MUFON (Mutual UFO Network), an investigative and research organization.

The panel was moderated by James Fox, a director of three UFO documentaries.

Here are a few things you may not know about the lights, according to the panel.

1. Mysterious lights were spotted in the months before March 13, 1997.

Two months before Phoenix became a hotbed of UFO interest, some reported seeing strange lights in the month before, including panelist Kitei.

2. It's called, the Phoenix Lights, but the mass sightings began in another state.

UFO researchers report that before the lights were seen over Phoenix, they were first spotted near Henderson, Nev. Afterward, they were spied in Mexico.

"We call it the Phoenix Lights, but it's really not completely accurate," said Dolan, referencing the sightings hours earlier in Nevada. "You're talking about two distinctive types of events. Could be related. Could be the same thing. Could be something different."

3. It took three months for news of the mass sightings to 'go viral.'

The event happened in the middle of March, but it didn't become general knowledge until June 18, 1997, when USA TODAY put a brief headlined "Skies, phone lines light up Ariz." on the front page.

4. Even among some UFO investigators, there is not enough evidence to say it was extraterrestrial-related.

"Do we have evidence that it was an extraterrestrial event? No," said MUFON investigator Mann. "We have evidence that it was an extremely bizarre event. We can't put a label on it other than it was an anomaly."

Mann added that Arizona MUFON investigated 325 cases of reported UFOs last year. The majority were explained, 12 were filed away as unknown.

5. Seeing the lights caused an unnatural reaction, according to some witnesses.

Panelists shared that instead of being awed and immediately wanting to discuss what they saw, some witnesses reported a sort of temporary amnesia. Moderator Fox shared that while interviewing some hospice workers for one of his UFO documentaries about the event, they shared that they watched the lights appear and disappear over a period of time but didn't say a word about it. "We went right back to our tea," Fox said a woman told him.

Mann said he spoke to a man who reported that he stopped his car on the side of the road and watched with several others as a craft "slowly glided overhead. Not a word was spoken. After it went on by, everyone got in their car and drove home."

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/02/18/5-surprising-things-phoenix-lights-sighting-we-learned-ufo-congress/98119974/

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A woman paralysed by Lou Gehrig's disease uses her thoughts to move a cursor on an Android tablet, and types messages at about half the speed of a texting teenager. Jaimie Henderson, Professor of Neurology at Stanford, explains the progress being made in deciphering the workings of the brain to enable patients with paralysis to reconnect with their loved ones.

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« Reply #882 on: Feb 20th, 2017, 3:55pm »

on Feb 15th, 2017, 9:06pm, Cliff-67 wrote:
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That reminds me of you Ak ! grin

At the moment, I'm ~ baffled ~ laugh about comet 2p Encke.

Stay tuned. cool

https://theskylive.com/encke-info



And STILL ~ baffled ~

https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap170220.html

Nice image(s) Fritz Helmut Hemmerich !!! cool

Edit to add : Very interesting indeed Ak ! I'll add the other image you posted from Spaceweather taken hours apart for comparison...

Image credit : Michael jager
http://spaceweathergallery.com/indiv_upload.php?upload_id=133025&PHPSESSID=8n4t9qlgr0ijecl9dv5vbt8cm3



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« Reply #883 on: Feb 20th, 2017, 6:42pm »

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This was taken 2 days later by another ap.

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Like a "tuning fork" ?

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« Reply #884 on: Feb 20th, 2017, 9:36pm »

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