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Jul 30, 2019

Cell-Site Simulators/IMSI Catchers

Posted by in categories: law enforcement, mobile phones


Cell-site simulators, also known as Stingrays or IMSI catchers, are devices that masquerade as legitimate cell-phone towers, tricking phones within a certain radius into connecting to the device rather than a tower.

Cell-site simulators operate by conducting a general search of all cell phones within the device’s radius, in violation of basic constitutional protections.

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Jul 30, 2019

What proof is there that the universe is evolving?

Posted by in categories: space, time travel

Stargazing is a form of time travel.

Jul 30, 2019

The Most Important Video You Will Ever Watch!!! ~ SHARE! ~ Silence is NO LONGER AN OPTION

Posted by in category: transportation

Don’t forget about the “Stingray Modules” in the back of every police car.


Jul 30, 2019

Electronic Harassment Must Stop‼️ Photo

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, surveillance

Do you know how to jam these?


The StingRay is an IMSI-catcher, a controversial cellular phone surveillance device, manufactured by Harris Corporation.

Jul 30, 2019

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and its pursuit of Mars will cross a milestone in 2020 with its Martian exploration program. The American space agency has been developing robots to be sent across to the unchartered mission since a couple of years now and is looking at its humanoid robot, Valkyrie to establish a base on the Red Planet

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space

Jul 30, 2019

This AI detects 11 types of emotions from a selfie

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, robotics/AI

The machine learning models that can detect our face and movements are now part of our daily lives with smartphone features like face unlocking and Animoji. However, those AI models can’t predict how we feel by looking at our face. That’s where EmoNet comes in.

Researchers from the University of Colorado and Duke University have developed the neural net that can accurately classify images in 11 emotional categories. To train the model, researchers used 2,187 videos that were clearly classified into 27 distinct emotion categories including anxiety, surprise, and sadness.

Jul 30, 2019

NASA to help SpaceX, Blue Origin, and more develop technologies for Moon and Mars travel

Posted by in category: space travel

As NASA forges ahead to the Moon — and eventually to Mars — the agency is hoping to get some help from the commercial space industry. Today, NASA announced new partnerships with various aerospace organizations, aimed at advancing technologies related to landing on other planets, navigating the lunar surface, transferring propellant in space, and more — all of which could be critical for future missions.

Ten companies now hold a total of 19 partnerships with NASA through the agency’s Announcement of Collaborative Opportunity initiative, or ACO. In October, NASA put out a call for proposals from the industry, asking them to detail different technologies they’d like to develop through the program. Now, the companies that have been selected will be given expertise and resources from various NASA centers to help mature these space technologies — at no cost to the companies themselves.

Jul 30, 2019

A deadly drug-resistant fungal infection is spreading fast, and doctors are sounding the alarm that ‘urgent’ action is needed

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Candida auris, an invisible fungus, can live on surfaces for weeks. It affects people with weakened immune systems, often when they’re at hospitals.

Jul 30, 2019

Japan Approves Scientist’s Plan to Create World’s First Humanimals

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, government

For the first time, a government is supporting a plan to create animal embryos with human cells and bring them to term, resulting in a type of humanimal known as a human-animal chimera.

According to Nature, a committee from Japan’s science ministry signed off on a request by researchers to grow human pancreases in either rats or mice, the first such experiment to gain approval since a government ban was reversed earlier this year.

Jul 30, 2019

Transparent Aluminum — Star Trek Technology is now Real

Posted by in categories: computing, military

ALON — Transparent Aluminum — is a ceramic composed of Aluminium, Oxygen and Nitrogen. Transparent Aluminum, was once pure science fiction, a technical term used in a Star Trek Movie from the 80’s.

In the movie Star Trek 4 The Voyage Home, Captain Kirk and his team, go back in time to acquire 2 whales from the past and transport them back to the future. Scotty needed some materials to make a holding tank for whales on his ship, but had no money to pay for the materials.

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