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Dr Duke & Dr Slattery: Prez Trump Keep Your American First Promises or We Will Support Rand Paul as Our Next President!

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Today Dr. Duke and Dr. Slattery had a discussion on the unraveling of the Zio media’s fake narrative of a chemical weapons attack in Syria. The Robert Fisk report that Dr. Duke raised in yesterday’s show is getting more an more attention. Even Senator Rand Paul has come out and said that if Syrian President (and fellow opthomologist) Assad was behind the attack it would make him the world’s stupidest dictator.

While Dr. Duke took exception with Senator Paul’s depiction of Assad as a “dictator,” he praised Paul for speaking out forcefully and with principle against the Zio neocon foreign policy that Trump has adopted, and threatened President Trump with the prospect of an Alt-Right uniting behind Senator Paul in a 2020 Republican Presidential Primary.

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Durham Becomes First City in US to Ban Cops From Going to Israel for ‘Military-Style’ Training

Late on Monday, after a heated debate in the city council, the members voted 6 to 0 in what one of the activist groups, Jewish Voice for Peace, described as “the first city to prohibit police exchanges with Israel.” The group was one of those which pushed forward the move together with the Durham2Palestine coalition – a movement opposing police militarization in the US and calling to stop supporting human rights abuses in Israel. The activists launched a petition in fall of last year demanding that the city authorities “immediately halt” any such partnerships with Israeli forces.

“The council opposes international exchanges with any country in which Durham officers receive military-style training since such exchanges do not support the kind of policing we want here in the City of Durham,” the council said in a statement.

Exchanges between US and Israeli law enforcement are common training practice, organized by governmental bodies as well as NGOs and private companies.It appears that each city can make its own decision on the matter.

However, the mayor of Durham, Steve Schewel, said that people were given “completely false information” and that the city’s police force has not been engaged in training with the Israeli army. Earlier, Police Chief Cerelyn “CJ” Davis echoed the statement, saying that since she has been in office there has been “no effort… to initiate or participate in any exchange to Israel, nor do I have any intention to do so.”

There is also a broader campaign calling on the US government to halt such partnerships with Israel to challenge “state violence and discrimination in both countries.”

As the city council passed the motion, the activist groups which were campaigning for the move praised the decision. However, some also criticized the measure as inciting “anti-Israel” sentiment and possibly encouraging other American cities to do the same, Bob Gutman, a co-chair of Voice for Israel, said, as cited by local media.

Prior to the decision, activists gathered in front of City Hall, calling for “demilitarization from Durham to Gaza.” The organizers of the rally cited the recent events in Gaza and police brutality against black people as examples of “state violence.”

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Artificial Intelligence Causes Its First Death – Can We Really Trust A Robot To Do Our Driving For Us?



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On March 18th, 2018, the history of the automated vehicle industry was forever altered, as an automated vehicle caused its first reported fatality in Tempe, Arizona. A 49 year old woman named Elaine Herzberg, was struck and killed, by the vehicle while it was in autonomous mode.

A video released by Tempe Police is bringing up new questions as to why the systems failed to prevent the accident. The Volvo SUV owned and operated by Uber collided with Herzberg who was jaywalking with a bicycle across three lanes of traffic.

It is currently unclear what has gone wrong as there was a driver present in the vehicle and still, it did not prevent a collision. “I think the sensors on the vehicle should have seen the pedestrian well in advance,” says Steven Shladover, a UC Berkeley research engineer who has been studying automated systems for nearly a decade. “If she had been moving erratically, it would have been difficult for the systems to predict where this person was going,” Shaldover continues, “this is one that should have been straightforward.” (source)

Local police are considering how to proceed with the investigation and whether criminal charges will be laid. Arizona is seen as an industry leader and testing ground for autonomous cars. The state government updated laws and regulations from 2015 to include fully autonomous vehicles with an executive order issued by the governor early March 2018. Governor Doug Ducey said “this executive order embraces new technologies by creating an environment that supports autonomous vehicle innovation and maintains a focus on public safety.”

According to the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) standards, the Volvo was a level 4 or 5 which means that there is a high to full automation of the car monitoring the driving environment with little to no human response required for the operation of the vehicle. It appears with this incident that the regulatory framework is ahead of the technology and is potentially putting the public at risk, turning people into the guinea pigs for these companies to test their luxurious and expensive new technologies.

Uber issued a statement: “The video is disturbing and heartbreaking to watch, and our thoughts continue to be with Elaine’s loved ones.”

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi tweeted “Some incredibly sad news out of Arizona. We’re thinking of the victim’s family as we work with local law enforcement to understand what happened.” As a response to the incident, Uber has voluntarily grounded its entire autonomous fleet, suspending operations in San Fransisco, Tempe, Pittsburgh, and Toronto. But is this enough of a response to a critical question: Are self-driving cars currently safe enough to be tested on live streets?

It is too soon to say. In 2016, there were 1.18 fatalities for every 100 million miles that had American human drivers behind the wheel. With a grand total of 3.2 trillion miles driven that year, human driving accounts for the vast majority of vehicles on the road.

In contrast, Uber has driven 2 million miles with autonomous vehicles and Waymo, the industry leader, has reported it has reached 4 million miles with autonomous vehicles. Therefore, the difference in miles driven is statistically too small to compare autonomous driving with human driving. However, at 2 million miles, Uber already has a fatality. This suggests that the safety features of autonomous cars are not as safe as corporations wish they are. The question arises, is it safe to rollout self driving cars in multiple cities? Or should regulations be tighter to ensure public safety?

Challenges still exist in the software side of autonomous driving. A Mckinsey report published in May 2017 says there are three types of challenges:

1) Object analysis, or how the software interprets the multitude of data of objects the car encounters on a journey. For example, is the object stationary or moving? Is it moving towards, away, perpendicular or alongside the vehicle?

2) Decision making systems that can mimic human driving behaviour

3) A fail-safe mechanism that allows the car software to fail without putting its passengers and people around it in danger.

Needless to say, the auto industry is gearing up towards the eventual and perhaps inevitable industry wide emergence of autonomous vehicles in the coming decade. However, lawmakers need to make public safety a priority and ensure proper regulation and extensive valid testing is completed before allowing autonomous vehicles on the streets.


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White Castle becomes first fast food chain to serve plant-based Impossible Burger

When I wrote about my local gastro-pub/grass-fed burger joint serving the plant-based Impossible Burger, I kind of assumed we’d be seeing a broader roll out in the not too distant future. And given that McDonalds is serving vegan burgers and Sonic is going the part-beef, part-mushroom route, I figured it wouldn’t be too long before a major fast food chain started doing, ahem, the Impossible.

And now we’ve reached that point. Specifically, White Castle—home of the original slider—is aiming to lure vegetarians and flexitarians alike with a slider made from Impossible Foods’ burger mix. According to Grub Street, the initial launch covers 140 restaurants around New York, New Jersey and Chicago, but I wouldn’t be shocked to see it spread further from there.

White Castle is certainly going all out on promotion, if the launch party is anything to go by. Hannah Goldfield of the New Yorker reports that the party featured Quest Love spinning tunes, and it gave her an opportunity to try the slider itself. Her response hints at why I myself find such developments encouraging. Contrasting her first, somewhat underwhelming experience with The Impossible Burger at David Chang’s Momofoku, Goldfield recalls it not really holding its own against the high-end, grass-fed beef being served. In White Castle, the opposite is true:

…if I were presented with the choice of a burger made with cheap beef—probably inhumanely raised, definitely bad for the environment—or a plant-based alternative that tasted this close to the real thing, I’d go for the Impossible burger.

It’s intensively-raised, fast food beef that we most need to replace. And happily, intensively-raised, fast food beef may be the easiest to replicate.

Let’s see if White Castle can make this slider stick.

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Trump Fires First Shots of WW III, But It’s Russia That Will Determine the Fate of the World

The outbreak of war has arrived and it is game on. However, the Russians will not be baited into responding in a rash manner. There counter-response will be measuWered and devastating. Is this WW III? Well, it can be accurately stated that the hard-liners out of Moscow are in charge. All of these issues an more are contained in the following video.

 

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Earth’s First Luxury Space Hotel Could Launch As Soon As 2022


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Nearly everyone has dreamt about traveling to space and within the next few decades, many will have the chance. But when passengers make it to their destination, where will they stay? If all goes according to plan, at the Aurora Station, Earth’s first luxury space hotel.

By 2021, the startup Orion Span seeks to launch the Aurora Station into orbit. As early as 2022, it could start accepting guests. If you are interested in such an experience, you may want to start saving money. The 12-night stay, which includes food, transportation to and from Earth, and three months of training, costs $9.5 million per person.

Only four guests can check into the Aurora Station at a time. To reserve a spot, an $80,000 deposit is required. Fortunately, it is entirely refundable.

As Space News reports, little else is known about the startup’s plans. The only other tidbit of information the company has shared is that because the hotel is a single module, no additional assembly would be necessary once it reaches orbit.

As neat as it sounds, the Aurora Station is still a concept. If it becomes a reality, however, Orion Span will likely partner with private companies for transportation, such as Virgin Galactic. “That will be through partnerships with SpaceX, Blue Origin or a space agency,” said Orion Span’s CEO, Frank Bunger. As of yet, no partnerships have been announced.

Other details have yet to be worked out, such as where the Aurora Station will be built. According to Bunger, it will be assembled in a facility in Houston, Texas. However, that facility does not yet exist. “We’ll probably be getting that in the next six to nine months,” said Bunger.

The company currently has six employees. Only a handful have backgrounds in space. Before Bunger got in the business of luxury space accommodation, he worked as a vice president at an information technology company.

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Source: Space News, Engadget

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First Soros and Rothschilds, Now Rockefellers: Global Elite Entering Crypto Market

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This week, it was reported that multiple high profile banking interests were moving into the cryptocurrency space—most notably, George Soros, the Rockefellers, and the Rothschild dynasty.

According to Bloomberg, Adam Fisher, who is in charge of Soros Fund Management is preparing the firm for cryptocurrency trading. The firm has yet to make a purchase or an official statement, and a spokesperson has declined to comment on the matter.

This move was surprising to some, as Soros has been critical of cryptocurrency in the past, calling it a “bubble” and even a tool for dictators to hide their money.

As long as you have dictatorships on the rise you will have a different ending because the rulers in those countries will turn to Bitcoin to build a nest egg abroad,” Soros said.

Ironically enough, one of the best uses of cryptocurrency is for people to hide their money from dictators to avoid confiscation and taxation.

Also last week, Bitcoin.com reported that the infamous Rockefeller dynasty has made moves into the world of crypto. The Rockefellers are well known for their heavy influence in global politics, education, media, banking and oil, and are often viewed as corrupt ruling class figures.

Venrock, the Rockefellers’ venture capital firm, announced that their first partnership will be with Coinfund, an investor group for cryptocurrency startups.

Venrock partner David Pakman explained the project in an interview with Fortune, saying that, “There are a lot of crypto traders in the market. There are a lot of cryptocurrency hedge funds. This is different. In fact, to us, it looks a little bit more like venture capital. We wanted to partner with this team that has been making investments, and actually helping to architect a number of different crypto economies and crypto token-based projects.”

Oddly enough, Pakman went on to say that cryptocurrency is a technology that bypasses gatekeepers, despite the fact that his company is owned by the ultimate gatekeepers.

“Gatekeepers tend to charge rent or toll on users. The benefit of the advent of crypto is that we have fewer gatekeepers,” Pakman said. “Venture capital itself is effectively a gatekeeper industry and I’d actually like to see that undone. I don’t believe that a small group of people should make the decisions about which projects can raise some money and get off the ground.”

What’s more, as RT recently reported, the Rothschilds, also known for their close ties to banks and other financial institutions, have stepped towards cryptocurrency trading as well. In December, the family reportedly purchased bitcoin exposure via the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust for the first time.

In the past several years, bankers have been constantly changing their opinions on cryptocurrency—bashing the technology one minute, and then praising it the next.

Now it seems that big banks want to cut their customers off from crypto purchases, while at the same time implementing blockchain systems with their existing business models. Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan recently claimed that the company has more patents than anyone else in the blockchain space.

In an interview with Yahoo Finance at the recent World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Moynihan said, “We have more patents, I think than almost anybody in blockchain.”

“We believe in the idea of distributed ledgers, and smart contracts, and all the words you hear about that. We are developing stuff… But it’s not new concepts. The Registry of Motor Vehicles is a distributed ledger. We know who owns a car, we know who owns a house. The idea is that you can do it more electronically, and can do it across borders. The question of an anonymous currency, that’s a policy question that people have to answer but the idea of digital movement of money, and blockchain, we’re all for.”

A spokesperson for Bank of America told Yahoo Finance that the company has 48 patents related to blockchain. A Google patent database search shows that Bank of America owns 27 patents containing the word “blockchain,” 36 for “bitcoin” and 39 under “cryptocurrency.”

Moynihan shares the sentiments of many in the banking industry who hate anonymous cryptocurrency, but see potential in the blockchain technology that makes it possible. As with any technology, this is a tool, which could be easily used in our favor or against us. As I have pointed out many times in the past, this is why the battle for the blockchain and the race to innovation is so important.

Early Bitcoin adopter Andreas Antonopoulos compares the general attitude that the banking industry has towards cryptocurrency to the “five stages of grief,” a popular psychological model used to describe the emotions that people go through when they experience some type of loss. These stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance, usually in that order.

His analogy seems fairly accurate. First, the establishment entirely denied the existence or legitimacy of cryptocurrencies. Next, they went into the anger phase, where they did their best to associate crypto with crime and terrorism, even going so far as to lock up some of the most prominent figures in the space. Now, as Antonopoulos points out, it seems that we have entered into the “bargaining phase” where the banks will try their best to co-opt the technology in a desperate attempt to stay competitive and relevant.

“Denial happens with all innovative technologies. The desire to dismiss change. Bitcoin was irrelevant. Then it wouldn’t die, then it was scary and dangerous… The new ‘line’ is that blockchain technology is promising. Now we’re in the ‘bargaining’ stage,” Antonopoulos said.

Luckily, the blockchain is a battlefield where those who are fighting for freedom, actually have an upper hand on those who are fighting against it. The developers who are seeking to build anonymous and decentralized platforms are more skilled and knowledgeable than the old money that is entering the space.

Let us hope that the next stage “depression” is for the bankers, and not for us.

DASH cryptocurrency and The Free Thought Project have formed a partnership that will continue to spread the ideas of peace and freedom while simultaneously teaching people how to operate outside of the establishment systems of control like using cryptocurrency instead of dollars. Winning this battle is as simple as choosing to abstain from the violent corrupt old system and participating in the new and peaceful system that hands the power back to the people. DASH is this system.

DASH digital cash takes the control the banking elite has over money and gives it back to the people. It is the ultimate weapon in the battle against the money changers and information controllers.

If you’d like to start your own DASH wallet and be a part of this change and battle for peace and freedom, you can start right here. DASH is already accepted by vendors all across the world so you can begin using it immediately.

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China Is Planning to Conquer Asia-India Is First!

Every which way one turns, war is on the horizon. For example, China is perparing to go to war with India with the assistance of their new ally, Pakistan. China is determined to garner the natural resources of Asia in order to fuel their industrialization expansion. The Indian Army is digging in along its border with Pakistan. What is next?

 

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First-ever luxury space hotel to be launched into orbit in 2021

The single-module commercial space station will start accommodating guests in 2022. It will include “private suites for two, the most number of windows ever created for spaceflight, weightlessness, and the world’s only authentic astronaut experience.”

A 12-day stay aboard ‘Aurora Station’ will start at $9.5 million. Refundable deposits of $80,000 are already being accepted on the website of the company.

Guests will go through three months of pre-flight training, including an online certification program and in-person training at a facility in Houston. 

“Believe you were meant for a less than ordinary life? Join us aboard Aurora Station for a 12-day adventure that will change your life. Experience the thrill of zero gravity, watch the aurora borealis, grow food in space, or dive into our holodeck, for the world’s only authentic astronaut experience,” Orion Span’s website says.

“There’s been innovation around the architecture to make it more modular and simpler to use and have more automation, so we don’t have to have EVAs [extravehicular activities] or spacewalks,” Orion Span’s CEO, Frank Bunger, told Space.com.

“The goal when we started the company was to create that innovation to make simplicity possible, and by making simplicity possible, we drive a tremendous amount of cost out of it,” he said.

Orion Span is building Aurora Station itself, Bunger explained. The company – some of whose key engineering players have helped design and operate the ISS (International Space Station) – is manufacturing the hotel in Houston and developing the software required to run it in the Bay Area.

Aurora Station will be about the size of a large private jet’s cabin. It will measure 43.5ft long by 14.1ft wide (13.3 by 4.3 meters), and feature a pressurized volume of 5,650 cubic ft (160 cubic meters), Orion Span representatives said. 

It will accommodate four paying guests and two crewmembers. The personnel will likely be former astronauts, according to Bunger.

The space hotel may be expanded over time if everything goes according to plan. As demand grows, Orion Span will launch additional modules to link up with the original core outpost, said Bunger.

“Our long-term vision is to sell actual space in those new modules,” he said. “We’re calling that a space condo. So, either for living or subleasing, that’s the future vision here – to create a long-term, sustainable human habitation in LEO [low Earth orbit].”

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