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‘Humans will worship AI MESSIAH’ God Robot religion expected to boom
Post Date: 2017-12-11 13:43:39 by A K A Stone
Former Google and Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski founded AI-bases religion, The Way of the Future, so people can worship a Godhead robot that is a billion times smarter than humans. He wants to create a new church that revolves around Artificial Intelligence and has people worshipping at the feet of a super-machine. And tech experts have said humans are likely to accept the robot as a higher being. John Mitchell, a lawyer and AI expert, said human beings, in general, tend to worship supreme understanding. Mr Mitchell claims the same drive that compels people to believe in God and follow religions will work for Artificial Intelligence. He ...
"You Grow Up Wanting To Be Luke Skywalker, Then Realize You've Become A Stormtrooper For The Empire"
Post Date: 2017-12-11 11:20:49 by Deckard
Authored by US Army combat veteran Daniel Crimmins via Upriser.com, You grew up wanting so bad to be Luke Skywalker, but you realize that you were basically a Stormtrooper, a faceless, nameless rifleman, carrying a spear for empire, and you start to accept the startlingly obvious truth that these are people like you. Question: How do you Americans as a people walk around head held high, knowing that every few months your country is committing a 9/11 size atrocity to other people. Imagine if the 9/11 terror attacks were happening in America every few months. Again and again, innocent people dying all around you. Your brothers and sisters. For no reason. Daniel Crimmins from U.S. Army ...
Canada will sell pot in liquor stores (Nova Scotia)
Post Date: 2017-12-09 20:00:24 by Operation 40
One province in Canada has decided to sell its marijuana in liquor stores. Nova Scotia, a province on Canadas eastern shore, announced on Thursday that the Nova Scotia Liquor Corporation, its sole alcohol distributor, would sell the drug in its stores and on its website once Canada legalizes weed in July of next year. "The NSLC has the experience and expertise to distribute and sell restricted products like alcohol and now cannabis in a socially responsible way," Justice Minister Mark Furey said at a press conference. "We believe the NSLC is best positioned to sell cannabis, keeping it out of the hands of young people and making it legally available in a safe, ...
Patrick J. Buchanan: Saakashvili–The Nutball the Neocons Wanted in NATO
Post Date: 2017-12-08 19:53:12 by nativist nationalist
Even interventionists are regretting some of the wars into which they helped plunge the United States in this century. Among those wars are Afghanistan and Iraq, the longest in our history; Libya, which was left without a stable government; Syrias civil war, a six- year human rights disaster we helped kick off by arming rebels to overthrow Bashar Assad; and Yemen, where a U.S.-backed Saudi bombing campaign and starvation blockade is causing a humanitarian catastrophe. Yet, twice this century, the War Party was beaten back when seeking a clash with Putins Russia. And the neo-isolationists who won those arguments served America well. What triggered this observation ...
Survey: Okay To Kill Two Million People In A Preemptive Nuclear Attack
Post Date: 2017-12-08 13:25:27 by Deckard
A recent survey conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) revealed a chilling discovery: a majority of Americans are apparently agreeable to preemptively nuking other nations, knowing that millions of civilians would die. The theoretical nation used in the survey was Iran. And the MIT survey found that 60% of the American people would be willing to preemptively nuke Iran, knowing that 2 million civilians would be killed. (How paradoxical that I am reporting on this unnerving news on the day that we remember when Japan preemptively attacked our naval installations at Pearl Harbor in 1941.)This new survey is a reversal of decades of public opinion regarding the use of ...
White House announces physical exam for Trump after slurred speech (Jerusalem announcement)
Post Date: 2017-12-07 18:22:46 by hondo68
Trump has lisp while making Jerusalem announcementUS President Donald Trump holds up a signed memorandum after he delivered a statement on Jerusalem from the Diplomatic Reception Room of the White House in Washington, DC on December 6, 2017. President Donald Trump on Wednesday recognized the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital -- a historic decision that overturns decades of US policy and risks triggering a fresh spasm of violence in the Middle East.'I have determined that it is time to officially recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel,' Trump said from the White House.'It's the right thing to do.' / AFP PHOTO / SAUL LOEB (Photo credit should read ...
War, Imperialism, and Statism (Football vs Fútbol)
Post Date: 2017-12-05 05:13:46 by Deckard
have long wondered about the why regarding the differences between American Football and what the rest of the world calls football (i.e. soccer). American football: so completely regimented and precise; fútbol: very free-flowing and quite uncontrolled. This in contrast to what appears on the surface the opposite regarding the political and bureaucratic regimes. The United States: relatively free-market; Europe and Latin America (where fútbol is most popular): bureaucratic and stifling.I have never felt satisfied with any answer I have come up with to explain this seeming contradiction; I have never found anything on point upon which I could ...
Report: Israeli Jets Struck at Iranian Military Base in Syria
Post Date: 2017-12-04 17:04:09 by Gatlin
Israel reportedly attacked an Iranian military base in the area of al-Kiswah in the early hours of Saturday morning. According to reports in the Syrian media, the IDF launched surface-to-surface rockets from the Golan Heights and the Israel Air Force (IAF) fired missiles at the military base, which is located 15 km southwest of the Syrian capital of Damascus. Israel has neither confirmed nor denied the strike. The BBC reported alleged Iranian activity at the site a month ago, when it published satellite pictures of construction work undertaken from January-October 2017, including 20 structures suitable for barracks and storage. The BBC report, which quoted Western intelligence ...
US Sailors Face Grim Diagnoses After Fukushima Mission
Post Date: 2017-12-02 13:43:27 by Deckard
To serve in the U.S. Armed Forces, you must meet certain health and fitness requirements: you must be fit to serve. But a healthy group of young service men and women many in their 20s have come down with serious health problems since serving on a humanitarian mission to Fukushima, Japan, following the 2011 earthquake and tsunami that led to a nuclear meltdown of the Tokyo Electric Power Co. (TepCo) nuclear power plant. Service members have faced cancer, brain tumors, birth defects, and other rare health problems since being exposed to radiation from the Fukushima plant. Some have even died. Courthouse News talked to some of these service members to find out whats ...
REPORT: Trump to announce moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem next week!
Post Date: 2017-11-30 17:34:06 by Gatlin
We are getting reports out of Israel that Trump could announce next week that we are moving our embassy in Tel Aviv to Israels capital, Jerusalem: JPOST US President Donald Trump may formally recognize Jerusalem as Israels capital early next week and direct his staff to prepare for moving the embassy to Jerusalem, Channel 2 News reported Wednesday night. The report, to which there was no immediate confirmation, followed a speech US Vice President Mike Pence gave a day earlier in which he said that Trump was actively considering the step. While for the past 20 years, Congress and successive administrations have expressed a willingness to move our ...
Trump’s overseas trips reap goodwill and trade agreements
Post Date: 2017-11-19 11:45:58 by Tooconservative
I was told if Donald Trump became president, America would be isolated from the rest of the world. Whether the looming threat of isolation was due to Trumps America First policy on trade or because foreign leaders would be unable to stomach working with the man, America would be doomed. Fortunately, those predictions are proving as wrong as everything else when it comes to conventional political wisdom. In the age of Trump, the opposite is happening. A quick look at Trumps first year in office shows a good bit of travel overseas. To date, he has made four trips internationally and visited 14 countries. Moving forward into 2018, there are already 7 trips overseas planned. The ...
AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dies aged 64
Post Date: 2017-11-18 19:04:29 by A K A Stone
The driving force behind rock band AC/DC, Malcolm Young, has died, aged 64. Implacable, immutable, irreplaceable: why Malcolm Young was a rocknroll great Read more Young devised many of the bands best-known guitar riffs, marking out tracks such as Back in Black, Highway to Hell and You Shook Me All Night Long and establishing them as one of the biggest rock acts of all time. Three years ago the band announced that Young needed to step down to receive treatment for dementia. Shortly afterwards he retired permanently, to be replaced by one of his nephews, Stevie, for the bands most recent tour. From their first release in 1975, High Voltage, two years ...
2017 a Record Year for Opium Poppy Cultivation in Afghanistan (The fruits of 16 years of war)
Post Date: 2017-11-16 05:25:08 by Deckard
Opium poppy cultivation has hit a record high in Afghanistan, according to a report from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime and Afghanistan's Ministry of Counter Narcotics. The milestone is just the latest in a long string of failures associated with Washington's 16-year war in Afghanistan and its even longer ;war on drugs. The U.S. has spent more than $100 billion on reconstruction in Afghanistan since 2002, and more than $8 billion on counternarcotics efforts alone. Yet while 750 hectares of poppy fields have been eradicated there this year, another 328,000 hectares were cultivated in 2017up from 201,000 hectares in 2016. According to the U.N., the average yield ...
3 UCLA players return to US after China shoplifting incident
Post Date: 2017-11-14 11:30:23 by IbJensen
Poster Comment:Can't blame the negro youth. They thought you could steal anyplace and anything you wanted to. The president got them released, but you won't read or hear that on the MSM. Trump has always had a big heart, but Democrat-Communists , and their media, are so blinded by hate that they just refuse to see it.
Podesta Lobbied For Uranium One, Did Not File As Foreign Agent
Post Date: 2017-11-06 18:14:58 by Gatlin
A new report claims the Podesta Group did not file as a foreign agent despite lobbying for Uranium One. The Daily Caller News Foundation determined Tony Podestas lobbying firm represented the Russia-owned company during the Obama administration, but did not register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. The report claims Podesta collected lobbying fees of $180,000 from Uranium One. GOP Congressman Devin Nunes says he is concerned about Poedestas lobbying actives, and the decision not to register under the act. The special counsel has reportedly subpoenaed Podesta who resigned from the firm last month to testify and has requested records from the group.
Future Saudi king tightens grip on power with arrest of Prince Alwaleed
Post Date: 2017-11-05 11:50:55 by nativist nationalist
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabias future king has tightened his grip on power through an anti-corruption purge by arresting royals, ministers and investors including billionaire Alwaleed bin Talal who is one of the kingdoms most prominent businessmen. Prince Alwaleed, a nephew of the king and owner of investment firm Kingdom Holding 4280.SE, invests in firms such as Citigroup (C.N) and Twitter (TWTR.N). He was among 11 princes, four ministers and tens of former ministers detained, two senior officials told Reuters on Sunday. The purge against the kingdoms political and business elite also targeted the head of the National Guard Prince Miteb bin Abdullah who was detained ...
DADDY CAN BE MUMMY Womb transplants could allow men to have babies ‘tomorrow’, claims expert
Post Date: 2017-11-05 07:29:27 by IbJensen
Blokes would not be able to deliver the baby naturally, but could give birth by cesarean WOMB transplants could allow men to have babies tomorrow, an expert claims. They would not be able to deliver the baby naturally, but could give birth by cesarean. Richard Paulson, president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, said eight children had already been born to women after transplants. And he told a meeting in San Antonio, Texas: Theres plenty of room to put a uterus in there. Men and women have the same blood vessels. He said the next step would to be trials involving transgender women to help them become natural mothers. Such ops are not ...
Pope Francis requests Roman Catholic priests be given the right to get married
Post Date: 2017-11-03 19:23:06 by hondo68
Pope Francis celebrates a Mass. (Reuters/Remo Casilli) Pope Francis has requested that Roman Catholic priests be given the right to get married.The request applies to priests in Brazil, and is on the agenda for an upcoming synod (church council) in the Amazon region.The controversial move would address the critical shortage of men joining the priesthood but is likely to drive divisions through the church by enraging conservative factions.A small number of married Roman Catholic priests already exist, including previously married Anglican vicars who have joined the church.Derry priest Father Paddy OKane suggested that Pope Francis may move to end celibacy earlier this month, ...
Feared tiger crosses 400 miles to return to Russian city
Post Date: 2017-11-02 12:42:44 by cranky
A Siberian tiger that was exiled a year ago after terrorising residents has completed an Odyssey of more than 400 miles to return to Vladivostok. Dubbed Vladik after a nickname for this port city of 600,000 near Russia's borders with China and North Korea, the tiger came near the village of Yasnoye near Vladivostok airport this week. Scientists have followed him via a GPS collar since he was released in Bikin national park after his capture last year. On the long trip back, Vladik crossed the Trans-Siberian railroad and killed and ate three Himalayan black bears. On Thursday, scientists said he had begun heading north away from the city. The news came as a hunt began for ...
Calling the Cops in Europe? Don't Bother
Post Date: 2017-11-01 07:47:21 by Tooconservative
Are there no-go zones in Europe, or aren't there? Have political control and the power of law enforcement in some urban neighborhoods been tacitly turned over to local Muslim leaders, with even the police taking a hands-off attitude? Across Europe, some politicians, journalists, and police spokespeople continue to deny that such zones exist, although the evidence for their existence becomes increasingly difficult to disavow.Even as these establishment functionaries continue to insist that no-go zones are a myth, however, news reports are indicating that in several European countries, the policing problem has advanced beyond the mere fact of no-go zones. Earlier this month, for instance, ...
North Korea’s underground nuclear test site collapses, killing 200
Post Date: 2017-10-31 16:26:35 by Tooconservative
Remember after that last nuclear test in September, the one which measured 6.3 on the Richter scale, there was a secondary earthquake about 8 minutes later. Experts suggested that was the result of an underground collapse following the blast. The mountain under which North Korea had set off the 100 kiloton nuke was literally falling apart. Today, Japanese media is reporting that there was another big collapse earlier this month, with a tunnel under the mountain caving in and killing 100 workers. Another 100 workers were sent in to get them and they were killed by another collapse. From Fox News: The collapse at the Punggye-ri test site on Oct. 10 occurred while people were doing ...
Catalonia Just Declared Independence From Spain, Senate Authorized Constitutional Measures | TIME
Post Date: 2017-10-27 15:39:02 by buckeroo
Women Sit Around And Laugh As Vet Is Eaten Alive; Was Their Punishment Fair? (UK)
Post Date: 2017-10-27 11:28:07 by IbJensen
Two women have been sentenced to a year in jail after it was discovered that they allowed their dog to eat an elderly army veteran alive. According to reports, Hayley Sulley and Della Woods starved their dog for two days before he attacked the 79-year-old Clifford Clarke. Sulley and Woods ignored their dog Charlie for two days and allowed him to run around their yard freely, so when neighbor Clifford Clarke opened his door, the dog ran and mauled him to death. Prior to eating Clarke alive, the dog was so hungry that it attempted to eat a plastic bowl and some cigarette butts. When a neighbor noticed the dog foaming at the mouth, the police were called, but by the time they arrived, ...
World's first hydrogen tram runs in China
Post Date: 2017-10-27 08:15:58 by Operation 40
SHIJIAZHUANG -- A China-made tram powered by hydrogen fuel cells was put into commercial operation Thursday in Tangshan, North China's Hebei province. It is the first commercial hydrogen-powered tram in the world and made by China Railway Rolling Corporation (CRRC) Tangshan Co Ltd. With water being its only emission, the tram emits no pollutants. No nitrogen oxides will be produced as the temperature of the reaction inside hydrogen fuel cells is controlled under 100 degrees Celsius. The distance between carriage floor of the tram and the rail is only 35 centimeters thanks to the latest low-floor technology, which can remove station platforms and thus making boarding easy for ...
Chinese Young People Are Rejecting Communist Party Propaganda and the Government Is Freaking Out
Post Date: 2017-10-26 08:28:22 by Tooconservative
Young people in China are rejecting Communist party propaganda for Western-style movie stars and celebrity culture thats the lesson behind the box office flop of a series big budget propaganda films according to observers. When the movie Founding Fathers of the Army, which tells the story of the founding of the Peoples Liberation Army, recently hit cinemas, officials hoped it would inspire an outpouring of patriotic feelinginstead it was mocked for trying to use popular film stars to lure younger viewers. Chinese people are increasingly ignoring party propaganda and are much more interested in movie stars, who represent a new lifestyle and more exciting ...
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