Archive for February, 2013

Pax Americana and the Weaponization of Space

Posted in Space, Surveillance, Technology with tags , , on February 25, 2013 by realizethelies

This short film documents the history of the weaponization of space. This is not just a recent development, but has been a pivotal strategy of Super power domination for the last 60 years.

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The All Seeing “Golden I”

Posted in News, Surveillance, Technology with tags , on February 22, 2013 by realizethelies

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The Golden-i device, similar to the Glasses project being developed by Google, offers the ability to see through walls thanks to infrared technology.

It is operated by voice commands and head movements and allows the wearer to access vital information without using their hands.The system can also identify suspects using facial recognition, receive alerts from motion sensors, scan licence plates instantly, monitor basic vital signs and call up floor plans and GPS coordinates.

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Daily Mail Article

Russian Military Chief Predicts Resource Wars Soon

Posted in News, Propaganda with tags , on February 22, 2013 by realizethelies

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*(Any critical review of The past decade will show that the “War on Terror” and the military conflicts in the Middle east and Eurasia (Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iran) Are simply the peices being assembled around what Brezinski termed “The Grand Chessboard” of future Resource wars. But Here in Amerika the official propaganda will never outright admit to such aims, instead we are given the ludicrous excuse of fighting multiple wars for “Freedom, and “Democracy” and Wars for “Peace”, which is kind of like fucking to save virginity.)

The level of existing and potential military threats for Russia may increase significantly by 2030, and wars for natural resources should be expected, General Staff chief Col. Gen. Valery Gerasimov said on Thursday.The level of military threats will be linked to the struggle among the world’s leading powers for fuel and energy resources, markets and “living space,” he said, adding that military capability will be actively used to ensure access to those resources.

Military experts, however, were unimpressed by Gerasimov’s presentation, with some dismissing his remarks as repetitive and his ideas as banal.“Everything that we heard at this event has been said a million times before to different audiences

(In Russia probably yes.. But in Amerika, the population beleives that War is fought for their “right” to eat a fucking Big Mac)

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U.S. Air Force developing swarms of tiny unmanned drones

Posted in Surveillance, Technology with tags , , , on February 22, 2013 by realizethelies

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Surveillance and Assassination Now down to the Micro (soon to be Nanotech) level. How Cute!!

The U.S. Air Force is developing tiny unmanned drones that will fly in swarms, hover like bees, crawl like spiders and even sneak up on unsuspecting targets and execute them with lethal precision.

The Air Vehicles Directorate, a research arm of the Air Force, has released a computer-animated video outlining the the future capabilities of Micro Air Vehicles (MAVs). The project promises to revolutionize war by down-sizing the combatants.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2281403/U-S-Air-Force-developing-terrifying-swarms-tiny-unmanned-drones-hover-crawl-kill-targets.html

Air Force officials said they have already produced tiny remote-control prototypes – but they consume so much power that can only operate for a few minutes.The military has already produced a drone patterned after a hawk moth that can flap its wings 30 times a second.

The drones will work in concert to patch together a wide, detailed view of the battlefield – singling out individual targets without losing sight of the broader scene. The drones fly – not like planes, but like insects. High frequency flapping wings allow the drones to hover and maneuver in tight spaces.The Air Force is working on technology that will allow the drones to steal electricity from power cables and other sources – so they can continue to operate for days or weeks on end.

Daily Mail Article

US military invests in smartphone device, that scans ID’s and Faces

Posted in Surveillance, Technology with tags , , on February 21, 2013 by realizethelies

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The US Department of Defense (DOD) has awarded a $3 million research contract to California-based AOptix to develop “groundbreaking” technology that could one day allow troops in the field to use a smartphone to scan and record facial features and identity people from a distance

These “Smart Mobile Identity” (SMI) devices will allow for biological identity verification in areas where it was previously thought to be impractical, cost prohibitive, or impossible. The devices are part of a portable class of biometrics-based hardware and software products that allows built-in cameras on smartphones or tablets the ability to do facial recognition or with the help of additional sensors, provide fingerprint and iris recognition.

“Currently US troops rely on a single-use device, known as the Handheld Interagency Identity Detection System (HIIDE) to scan, upload and transmit data from someone’s facial, eye or thumb feature into wartime biometrics databases, “The potential applications of SMI include law enforcement, border security*(to keep you locked in), national and civil ID programs*(to track your every movement), disaster relief and humanitarian aid, and healthcare,”*(biometric scanning and adding your DNA to a DNA database to control even your most basic access to resources and Biosurvival) an AOptix spokesman said.

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ARGUS drone spots you from 20,000 feet

Posted in Surveillance, Technology with tags on February 15, 2013 by realizethelies

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Paranoid delusions about black helicopters hovering over an area will soon be out of date: The latest scary spy apparatus lives 20,000 feet up, turning 30 or more square miles into live video sharp enough to spot individual people walking around.

The ARGUS-IS array can be mounted on unmanned drones to capture an area of 15 sq/miles in an incredible 1,800MP – that’s 225 times more sensitive than an iPhone camera.

From 17,500ft the remarkable surveillance system can capture objects as small as 6in on the ground and allows commanders to track movements across an entire battlefield in real time.

An airborne processor combines the video from these chips to create a single ultra-high definition mosaic video image which updates at up to 15 frames a second.That tremendous level of detail makes it sensitive enough to not only track people moving around on the ground thousands of feet below, but even to see what they are doing or carrying.

The system is called ARGUS, after the 100-eyed god of Greek myth, and fittingly, it works by hooking together hundreds of inexpensive image sensors.

*The symbology or Symbol logic of this drone as well as the “bionic eye” is pretty disturbing, Argus in mythology was a greek Titan (Annunaki giant?) with a hundred eye’s, known as “Argus Panoptes” = All Seeing, (All seeing Eye), and then there is also the conception of the Panopticon (Panoptes) A giant prison in which every prisoner is watched continuously. So now we live in a world resembling a Giant Prison, watched by “All Seeing Eye’s”*

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Daily Mail Article

U.S. regulators approve “Argus II” bionic eye

Posted in News, Technology, Transhumanism, Uncategorized with tags , , on February 15, 2013 by realizethelies

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U.S. FDA regulators approved a so-called bionic eye, giving hope to people with a rare genetic disease.Developed by California-based Second Sight Medical Products, Inc., the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System is the first retinal implant for adults with advanced retinitis pigmentosa that results in the gradual loss of vision and can lead to blindness.

The device was just approved by the FDA for sale stateside after surmounting the same hurdle in Europe almost two years ago. The device includes a small video camera and a transmitter mounted on a pair of glasses, as well as a video processing unit and an implanted retinal prosthesis that replaces the function of degenerated cells in the retina.

Engadget Article

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