Health problems and Spurting Blood
I won't bore you with all the details but the other afternoon, my housekeeper just finished cleaning the place and I moved to a different chair. I felt someththing cool, looked down and a stream of arterial blood was pumping out.
Wrapped it up and my housekeeper brought back the red cross. Wound up with stitches in hospital in Guadalajara to piece me togther, antibiotics for swollen legs, feeling old and depleted.
Would do much better in an american hospital but you use what you got and can afford. Thank god for mex friend Ricky helping me through all this. That in itself has its challenges as he wants to sell everything.
$2000 spent that I don't have so far. I feel all swollen up and find it hard to eat and drink. Perhaps a sign......need to lose weight get something going for health or run through options of a shotgun or Nero departure. Far from that point but Kind of favor Nero and Seneca... - JWD
We Hear You: ‘I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference’
This story should have been blasted out on Fox News and Fox Business, as well as other conservative talk and news venues, the entire time that Donald Trump talked about building the wall during the campaign. Shame on them for their neglect. This is a positive case of what could happen with an improved wall or fence on our southern border. But it was Trump’s idea, and he was espousing “draining the swamp” and shaking things up, and was an “outsider,” not an establishment type.
Could it be the conservative establishment doesn’t want to see things shaken up either, and that they are comfortable with their niche in the status quo? Remember, most of the personalities on Fox News opposed Trump from the start. And most on the staffs of Weekly Standard and National Review opposed Trump as well.
I thought that was strange at the time, until I realized that Trump was the only candidate who specifically talked about changing the ruling order—”draining the swamp.” Evidently, many people on both sides are comfortable with being mired in and part of the swamp. And the media is totally immersed in it. — William Siems
Hear You: ‘I Never Knew the Wall Made That Much Difference’
‘They don’t even try’: Hungary’s new border fence called ‘spectacular success’
Skeptics who believe a border wall will not stop illegals from entering the United States may want to look at what’s happening in Hungary. On the day its border fence was completed, the influx of illegals entering Hungary went down from 6,353 one day to 870 the next. For the remainder of that month, illegal border crossings were steadily below 40 per day, officials said. Border patrols prevent dozens of crossings every day and catch migrants who make it into Hungary within the first few miles of the border, according to authorities.
“They don’t even try,” a local border guard told The Daily Caller News Foundation. “We haven’t had a Syrian in six months.” Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s pledge to stop illegals from flowing into the country appears to be a spectacular success. Hungary’s 96-mile long, 14-foot tall double-line fence includes several layers of razor-wire capable of delivering electric shocks. The barrier features cameras, heat sensors and loudspeakers ready to tell migrants they’re about to break Hungarian law if they as much as touch the fence, the April 30 Daily Caller report said.
Nearly every police officer in Hungary is part of a rotation to monitor the border fence at all times. Temporary military bases house the police while they do their rotation. Additionally, Hungary will train and pay more than 1,000 volunteers to deploy as “border hunters”. Illegals who are caught are arrested and dropped off on the Serbian side of the fence. They don’t get a chance to apply for asylum unless they do so at a “transit zone” where they are held in housing containers while their cases get processed, the Daily Caller report said.
In September 2015, thousands of migrants streamed across the border every day as they made their way north to Austria, Germany and Scandinavia. “It was an invasion,” Laszlo Toroczkai, the mayor of Asotthalom, told the Daily Caller. “Illegal immigration is a crime in a normal country. It’s not a normal thing to break into a country.” “By the mid-year it was well beyond 100,000 people who came across,” said Zoltan Kovacs, a spokesman for the Hungarian government. “You should at least have the ability to handle what’s going on.”
Robots Have Started Teaching Other Robots New Skills
In an important advance that takes us one step closer to the inevitable robopocalypse, MIT researchers have developed a system that teaches robots how to acquire new skills—and then teach those skills to different types of robots.
The system is called C-LEARN, and it was developed by researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL). Using C-LEARN, people who have no experience with computer programming can teach a robot how to perform a task—like dropping a flask into a bucket, or pulling a rod from a container—by providing it with some basic rules about the task, and allowing the robot to view a single demonstration of the task being completed.
Incredibly, a robot can then transfer this newly-acquired knowledge to another robot, even if the robot learning is physically different than the robot teaching. Eventually, the C-LEARN system could allow factories to utilize a host of different robot types, and not have to worry about programming each and every one of them individually. It could also help robots to quickly learn and teach new tasks in high pressure situations, such as when they’re busy exterminating the entire human species, or more practically, when they’re defusing bombs.
C-LEARN applies two basic robot teaching principles: Learning from a demonstration, and learning by brute programming, where each physical parameter has to be hand-coded by an expert. On their own, these teaching strategies come with drawbacks. With demos, robots can’t really apply lessons to other situations or environments, and with motion-planning methods, the teaching is time consuming and labor intensive. CSAIL researchers Claudia Pérez-D’Arpino and Julie Shah combined these two principles to make up for the deficiencies of each.
“By combining the intuitiveness of learning from demonstration with the precision of motion-planning algorithms, this approach can help robots do new types of tasks that they haven’t been able to learn before, like multistep assembly using both of their arms,” noted Pérez-D’Arpino in MIT News.
The first step of the teaching process is to provide a robot with information on how to reach or grasp various objects with different constraints (the “C” in C-LEARN actually stands for constraints). For example, even though certain objects may be similar in terms of shape, like a steering wheel or tire, a different set of movements is required when attaching these parts to a car. For the second stage, a human operator uses a 3D user interface to show the robot how to complete the task. In tests, after observing a single demo, robots were able to access their knowledge base, and make a suggested movement for the operator to approve or modify as needed. If there’s no operator, the robot can just make a guess (when just guessing, MIT’s test robots were successful 87.5 percent of the time, as opposed to 100 percent of the time when humans helped out).
“This approach is actually very similar to how humans learn in terms of seeing how something’s done and connecting it to what we already know about the world,” says Pérez-D’Arpino. “We can’t magically learn from a single demonstration, so we take new information and match it to previous knowledge about our environment.”
Importantly, this knowledge can then be taught to another robot. In the lab, the CSAIL researchers taught a set of tasks to Optimus, a two-armed robot designed for bomb disposal tasks. Later, it seamlessly transferred this knowledge to Atlas, an imposing bipedal robot that weighs over 400 pounds. By the end of the experiment, both robots were able to open doors, transport objects, and pull objects from containers—even though the robots had dramatic physical differences, and Atlas was never directly taught the skills by a human.
C-LEARN is an important advance because, rather than directly imitating motion, the robot has to infer the principles behind the motion, a more human-like approach. We don’t repeat each physical action we’re taught in a literal way. Instead, we integrate what we’ve learned through demonstrations, and then apply our knowledge to similar contexts.
Have Started Teaching Other Robots New Skills
Graphene Battery Powered “Free” Energy Motorcycle
Some of graphene’s interesting characteristics are its electrical conductivity and amazing energy transferring ability. Because of its characteristics, many scientists and inventors are using it to create efficient free energy technology.
Get Rid of Debt, Crime & War–Catherine Austin Fitts
Financial advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says if you want to have a really good economy, you have to “get rid of debt, crime and war.” Fitts says, “Instead of having more debt, more crime and more war, we need to get interested in shifting. The President is getting very, very frustrated because he is in the machinery, and the machinery has no interest in changing. If you look at what’s going on, it’s very dangerous. Many of the people that got him elected are systematically being taken out.”
Still, Fitts thinks President Trump “has done a much better job than I expected considering he has no government experience.”
Free Energy Devices
Video #1 ; Uploaded on Jul 6, 2008 - A note to all you free energy experimenters..(Jan.10/09) Hold back on building this device. According to the testing that was done by myself in this video, it pointed towards free energy, but more research is needed to confirm this is so. This free energy device is simple in design with no moving parts, cheap to build and it works. It allows you to extract free electricity from your housing wiring, enough to power a string of 30-blue led mini lights and more... Led light set = 120-volts x 20ma = 2.4 watts. Materials (1) one mini led light set (Wal-Mart Brand / Energy Star, Cat no.YM-30LG) (2) 2 solid brass rods ( 32"L x 3/16" diameter ) (3) One 3-amp fullwave bridge (4) Four L- brackets ( brass 1.5" x 1.5" ) with mounting screws (5) Two feet x 1/4 inch diameter electrical shrink tubing (6) Two hundred and fifty feet x 8 ( # 26 magnetic wire (7) One wooden base ( 28"L x 3.5"W x 5/8" in thickness ) (9) One utility appliance plug ( 3-wire ) with 6-foot extension wire (10) One bind post, black (11) Six low profile rubber feet with mounting screws (12) One jumper wire ( to bridge brass rods ) Just dreaming out loud...If one million people at the same time were to duplicate my 2nd generation device in which I am in the process of building ( eight rods & coils ), they could generate 2.4 million watts plus of "free electricity" per hour. Don't worry you are not stealing power from the grid, all you are doing is removing the free static electric charge x 60hz that surrounds the hot supply black wire, that is all. The wound coils are acting like an antenna along with the ground. Current draw from the grid is zero. The color of the hot live wire and its frequency will change according to the country in which you live. Electricity can kill, so be careful. Insulate the hot live brass rods from the surrounding coil forms with electrical shrink tubing. Also insulate or cover the "End L-brackets" to protect against electric shocks. Free energy / electricity is in the eye of the beholders, will it ever really be free...or will the governments of the world put a stop to it,or did they? The information on this device is free, along with the electricity it produces. Action is better than words, so take on the challenge...and experiment in free energy...
Free Energy Devices
Chinese investors hoping to put their money in US tech startups have been hitting roadblocks lately, with tougher scrutiny from US regulators scuttling deals. Unfazed by this change, which was brought on in part by a new administration focused on US protectionism, Chinese investors are putting their money in Israeli companies instead, according to a Thursday report from Reuters.
Last year, Chinese investment in Israel surged tenfold to $16.5 billion, a record, with money going to Israeli internet, cybersecurity and medical device companies. In contrast, Chinese investors scrapped a record $26.3 billion in previously announced US deals, the report said.
While acting NASA administrator Robert Lightfoot said that it would be technically feasible to add crew to the first SLS mission (called Exploration Mission-1 or EM-1), the risk would be too great when compared to the possible benefits.
"... After evaluating cost, risk, and technical factors in a project of this magnitude, it is difficult to accommodate changes needed for a crewed EM-1 mission at this time," Lightfoot said in a memo sent to NASA employees Friday. The memo also indicated the first SLS mission would not occur in 2018, as anticipated, but rather sometime in 2019.
After the feasibility study wrapped up, NASA officials presented the results to the White House. Lightfoot told reporters on Friday afternoon that the space agency and the Trump administration made the decision not to pursue a crewed mission for EM-1 together.
Have You Heard About B Flat?
B Flats and Alligators - During World War II, the New York Philharmonic was visiting the American Museum of Natural History. During rehearsal, somebody played a note that upset a resident live alligator named Oscar. Oscar, who'd been in the museum on 81st Street, suddenly began to bellow.
Naturally, with so many scientists in residence, an experiment was quickly devised to see how to get Oscar to bellow again. Various musicians — string, percussive and brass — were brought to Oscar to play various notes. It turned out the culprit was B flat, one octave below middle C.
The experiment was described back in the 1940s. I repeated the experiment on an ABC News broadcast in the 1990s, playing a B flat to a collection of gators at a roadside attraction in Florida and recording their bellows. Why B flat? You'd have to ask an alligator.
B Flat and Glenway Fripp the Piano Tuner - Jay Alison (of This I Believe fame) and radio correspondent Viki Merrick live in Massachusetts and help run public radio stations on Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. In their capacities as managers-poets-reporters in residence, they regularly devise short promotional "moments" featuring local personalities. One of their promos described a trip that Glenway Fripp took up a staircase.
Mr. Fripp, a piano tuner by trade, was humming in B flat while climbing the stairs at his dad's office building, when he noticed that his hum had somehow escaped him and was hanging, resonating without him, on the staircase landing. He couldn't quite explain what was happening; only that his hum (and it was definitely his hum, no one else's) had gone off without him.
If you listen to the broadcast, you can hear this for yourself. Viki Merrick recorded it. Glenway has no idea why B flat had this particular property on that particular staircase. He suspects that the walls were porous and may even contain cavities that are very B-flat friendly. That's all he knows. But the truth is, he doesn't have an explanation.
B Flat and Black Holes - This one's a bit of a stretch, but here's what happened. In September 2003, astronomers at NASA's Chandra X-Ray Observatory found what can be described as sound waves emanating from a supermassive black hole. The black hole can be seen in the Perseus cluster of galaxies located 250 million light years from Earth.
Andrew Fabian of the Institute of Astronomy in Cambridge, England, analyzed the waves and announced, "We have detected their sound...." The sound he found (which is really the waves passing through gas near the black hole) translate to the note B flat. But this is not a B flat you or I can hear. It is 57 octaves below middle C. A piano, by comparison, contains only seven octaves. So if a black hole hums, it hums at a frequency a million billion times lower than you can hear.
A Song in B Flat - While you may not be able to hear a black hole humming, this story is, to a considerable extent, sung. The vocalist (who is also the lyricist, and a journalist) is Josh Kurz of Los Angeles. His partner this time out is Shane Winter, who composed the song "Have You Heard About B Flat?" — which wasn't easy, since he decided to hang with B flat for as long and as often as possible.
Have You Heard About B Flat?
The Mexistim Polarity Cycler
For over 12 years now, I have slept over a 3 X 4 foot wirescreen which is connected to my Mexistim on my nightstand. I leave it on all the time using the included AC/DC adapter. It uses very little electricity.
It helps me get a deep, healing sleep and I think of it as 'health maintenance' because of all the effects listed below which I have noticed from using this device.
There are now three Mexistim versions, the K.I.S.S. (green) model which is a direct clone of the machine used on over 10,000 people, the Basic I (red) model which uses 3vdc to the screen switching at about 15 minute cycles and the Universal II (blue) model which offers 8 options allowing you to choose between 3vdc or 4.5vdc, 3 or 15 minute switching times (approximate) and other settings so you can try what works best for you.
1) Restful, sound sleep
..2) Increased red cell count
...3) Elimination of seasonal allergies
....4) Increased overall energy
.....5) No headaches
......6) No stomach pains or aches
.......7) No muscle pains
........8) Weight loss
.........9) Increase urination
.........10) Lighter color, less smelly urine
Now with free shipping to USA and Canada!
I wouldn't endorse or sell it if it didn't work for me and others who have reported their experiences. You can read more about the Mexistim units and buy one if you'd like at the following link. Thank you very much for your purchase! - JWD
- Mexistim Website
Cree Indian Prophecy Only after the Last Tree has been cut down,
Only after the Last River has been poisoned,
Only after the Last Fish has been caught,
Only then will you find that
Money Cannot Be Eaten.