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When Seeing and Hearing Isn't Believing

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#1 status - Rich Little

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Posted 21 August 2016 - 11:53 AM

Voice-morphing? Fake video? Holographic projection? They sound more like Mission Impossible and Star Trek gimmicks than weapons. Yet for each, there are corresponding and growing research efforts as the technologies improve and offensive information warfare expands.
Whereas early voice morphing required cutting and pasting speech to put letters or words together to make a composite, Papcun's software developed at Los Alamos can far more accurately replicate the way one actually speaks. Eliminated are the robotic intonations.
The irony is that after Papcun finished his speech cloning research, there were no takers in the military. Luckily for him, Hollywood is interested: The promise of creating a virtual Clark Gable is mightier than the sword.
Video and photo manipulation has already raised profound questions of authenticity for the journalistic world. With audio joining the mix, it is not only journalists but also privacy advocates and the conspiracy-minded who will no doubt ponder the worrisome mischief that lurks in the not too distant future.
"We already know that seeing isn't necessarily believing," says Dan Kuehl, "now I guess hearing isn't either." 

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Posted 21 August 2016 - 12:00 PM

Alex Jones interviews Dr. John Hall author of A NEW BREED Satellite Terrorism in America, discussing ELF, Microwave, acoustic and electromagnetic weapons being developed and their documented use on American citizens.

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Posted 21 August 2016 - 01:06 PM

Robots call me everyday on my telephone. Their voices are scripted to trigger me to buy into their bullshit. I no longer hear them. Their voices sound like farts and I can smell it over the line. It smells like shit

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