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George Rowell

Member Since 13 July 2018 - 07:48 AM
Offline Last Active Mar 23 2019 11:34 PM
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Bikers for Trump

16 March 2019 - 08:31 AM

Wednesday, the President of the United States of America, Donald Trump declared "I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the bikers for Trump - I have the tough people, but they don't play it tough - until they go to a certain point, and then it would be very bad, very bad"

There we have it. If it goes badly for Trump he will deploy his vigilante group 'The Bikers for Trump'. Good to know. Thank you Mr President. It just keeps getting better.

It is not the first mention of the bikers either. In September President Trump told his opponents 'they were lucky that we're peaceful." He added "They travel all over the country -- they've been great." Then again warned "these people are tough, and antifa and all, they'd better hope they stay that way" Once again, thank you Mr President for making that crystal clear. We know what to expect.

Welcome to the AI news

16 March 2019 - 03:21 AM

https://www.youtube....h?v=5iZuffHPDAw

Could the 737 and 777 crashes have be caused by reprogramming from the ground?

13 March 2019 - 09:30 PM

This morning a 777 cargo pilot, a friend of Mrs., told her he thought the 737 crash and the earlier MH370 disappearance could have been caused by reprogramming from the ground. That does not make it authoritative of course, just the view of one pilot of 290,000 commercial pilots in the World, but I looked it up, and he could be right. Below is an article by TheGuardian.
This pilot changed from flying passenger to cargo jets to make more money (that is interesting), so he has flown a range of different planes and in his view Airbus software is the Biz, but Boeing excels in equipment quality. He reckons 50% of all pilots just push the auto button as soon as they can.

https://guardianlv.c...rom-the-ground/

"Evidence that the aircraft could have been controlled remotely are self-evident. The United States has deployed drone aircraft all over the world to perform both surveillance and fire missions controlled by pilots half a world away from the targets being surveilled and attacked by their drones. Drones are designed from the ground up to be controlled remotely and so, it turns out, is the Boeing 777, which is equipped with an emergency intervention system that would allow a remote operator to land the aircraft from the ground simply by manipulating the autopilot."

Would SPECTRE be willing to make a few billion by shorting Boeing stock and diving their planes into the ground? If not SPECTRE maybe SMERSH, it has got to be SMERSH

Cameras on Aircraft entertainment systems.

24 February 2019 - 12:42 AM

https://news.yahoo.c...-172817112.html

The airlines insist the cameras have never been used. (They would not say anything else anyway) If the security services know about them then I reckon that they have been used, especially in business and first class.

The Big C - hint not Trump

19 February 2019 - 11:26 PM

I have always wondered why cancers are so inexplicably smart.

Looking at cancers they have extraordinary sophisticated methods for fooling the immune system. I am no doctor but I have always found that odd. Bacteria and viruses can get smart in an evolutionary way, but cancers just happen randomly. They are thought to be caused by stresses, radiation and so on that mutate cells. It is just sheer bad luck to get a cancer. So why do cancers behave as if they have evolved evolutionary to develop these complicated defense mechanisms?

One explanation is the original mutated cell is predisposed to act in this way because it is similar to their normal function. But that does not seem to be the case.

Another explanation is that there are inactive genes in that cell that once served a useful purpose but have been made inactive in an evolutionary way.

The problem is cancer cells seem smart. What is more, cancers found in different people can be classified by name and act similarly with no randomness. That would imply evolution not random mutations.

What if, yes, what if, a species used cancer as a population control or to eliminate bad traits? Humans live in clusters. If a cluster gets an advantage by having its cells predisposed to become cancerous in old age, or deviance, or mental issues then it is easy to see how those human clusters obtained an evolutionary advantage. So although the cancers themselves are not directly subjected to evolution, and do not themselves pass on their traits, groups that prosper will have this genetic defect. It is almost the same thing except less direct.
There is a still more direct rout. People with cancer can still have children. These predisposed conditions can be inherited directly. Early death can be passed on. This will allow cancers to get smart. Cancer can be used to keep the population healthy up to a pre-programmed age when the individual is of less use. It can also weed out behavior bad for that people cluster.