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Posted 02 May 2017 - 01:03 AM

Conclusions are based on data received.
 
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Posted 02 May 2017 - 01:18 AM

What happens to the machine when the wrong data is assimilated?

 


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Posted 02 May 2017 - 01:53 AM

What happens to the machine when the wrong data is assimilated?

 

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Posted 02 May 2017 - 12:47 PM

 

The EBS Authenticator Word List and other old EBS documents
 
At every station, somewhere close to the teletype machine, there was an envelope containing the Authenticator Words for activation of the Emergency Broadcast System.  It is difficult to imagine a situation when knowledge of the Authenticator Words would have made any difference, because if someone were to have maliciously originated a false National Emergency alert on the teletype circuit, it would have been easy enough to get a copy of the Authenticator Words for that day and authenticate a false alarm.  Anyway, the Authenticator Words were to remain in a sealed envelope and were to be available to the operator on duty, in the event of an FCC inspection, which was more likely than a nuclear attack, although FCC visits are pretty rare.  (I've worked as a broadcast technician since 1971 and I have seen an FCC inspector in a broadcast station only once.  And even that incident wasn't a routine inspection... but that's another story.)
 

 

 

The NSA’s weird alphabet soup of code names for secret spy programs and hacker tools
 
Documents leaked by Edward Snowden to the media have revealed the sometimes strange code names the NSA has used now and in the past for its operations and hacker tools. Here’s a sampling of the weirdest.
 

 

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Posted 24 May 2017 - 03:17 AM

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Posted 26 June 2017 - 12:32 AM

What happens to the machine when the wrong data is assimilated?

 

 

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Posted 10 September 2017 - 07:14 PM

Controlling the weather with lasers
 
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It sounds like black magic, but it's actually a cleaner version of cloud seeding, a form of weather modification that has been used for several years -- most famously by China in preparation for the 2008 Olympics, when they launched rockets to seed the clouds and prevent rainfall during the opening ceremony.
 
But it's hard to tell how effective cloud seeding actually is, and it involves the spraying of chemicals into the atmosphere, something which it surely doesn't need.
 
Laser is therefore a completely clean alternative to traditional cloud seeding: it's light, and nothing but light.
 
How does laser actually affect the weather? Just like cloud seeding, it can create new clouds where there are none, by inducing condensation: naturally occurring water vapor is condensed into droplets, and ice crystals form, mimicking the natural process that creates clouds.
 
That is not to say that the laser he's tested isn't powerful: at one terawatt, it has the same energy produced by all the nuclear power plants on Earth: "Of course, it doesn't last very long," Wolf said.
 
The technology is still in its infancy then, but once it's perfected, it could help us modulate the weather in areas of high contrast, such as California or Chile, where flooding and droughts occur in extreme vicinity.
 
 

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Posted 13 September 2017 - 01:52 PM

Weather control.

 

How long has it been since mankind has harnessed these things? Over a century? Have their been effects to the mind and health of all living things on planet earth?

 

Oh yes!

 

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That's a good subject to ponder upon once in a while. I put that under the frequency category. There is all kinds of weather frequencies. Even in a metaphorical sense. Especially when it comes to social behavior. We all have our little cliques and hangouts. No matter what most human beings need distractions to keep with decent thought patterns. If someone doesn't provide them we go and find our own. Sometimes that doesn't work out too well.

 

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Live and learn!

 

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Is the weather on some of the larger social sites changing?

 

How far can facebook and twitter really control it on their own cloud systems?

 

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