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Dec 3, 2019

‘StrandHogg’ Vulnerability Allows Malware to Pose as Legitimate Android Apps

Posted by in category: cybercrime/malcode

The flaw can allow hackers to take over typical device functions like sending messages and taking photos because users think malicious activity is a mobile app they use regularly.

Dec 3, 2019

Montauk Project — Victim Exposes Time Travel, Mind Control, Conspiracy Theories And Aliens

Posted by in categories: military, neuroscience, time travel

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Andy Pero, a survivor of the mind control tactics used in the Montauk Project experimentsinsights and repressed memories about his experience at secret military bases. Andy Pero underwent a program which used traumatic mind control and psychic power tactics similar to those used in the Montauk Project.

In an interview (read the full interview below) with Eve Frances Lorgen, Andy Pero shared his experience with trauma-based control of the mind and the Montauk explorations in consciousness. He recalled sessions where he was tortured and put through shock treatments. This is done to have the ability to reprogram participants to do things they were not able to previous to the programming.

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Dec 3, 2019

Ms. Nina Khera — 13 Year Old Longevity Biotech Researcher and Entrepreneur — Founder and CEO of Biotein — ideaXme — Ira Pastor

Posted by in categories: aging, bioengineering, biotech/medical, business, DNA, genetics, life extension, robotics/AI, science, transhumanism

Dec 3, 2019

Israeli scientists find way to treat deadly pancreatic cancer in 14 days

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

The tumor in one mouse that was injected with human cancer cells completely disappeared.

Dec 3, 2019

What Is the Universe Made of?

Posted by in category: cosmology

The universe is filled with billions of galaxies and trillions of stars, along with nearly uncountable numbers of planets, moons, asteroids, comets and clouds of dust and gas – all swirling in the vastness of space.

But if we zoom in, what are the building blocks of these celestial bodies, and where did they come from?

Hydrogen is the most common element found in the universe, followed by helium; together, they make up nearly all ordinary matter. But this accounts for only a tiny slice of the universe — about 5%. All the rest is made of stuff that can’t be seen and can only be detected indirectly. [From Big Bang to Present: Snapshots of Our Universe Through Time].

Dec 3, 2019

How seven kids came back from the dead

Posted by in category: futurism

In 2011 seven Danish students were revived after they fell into ice-cold water, and ‘died’.

Dec 3, 2019

Pyramid-sized asteroid to zoom past Earth on Friday, as scientists warn one day a space rock may hit

Posted by in categories: asteroid/comet impacts, existential risks

Asteroids are coming?


The asteroid, dubbed 2019 WR3, has been directly observed some 74 times by NASA since it was spotted in the skies on November 27, so the space agency could calculate its size, speed and trajectory, and determine the threat level.

NASA now believes the space rock measures between 76 and 170 meters (249 and 557 feet) and is travelling at speeds of 27,036kph (16,799mph).

Dec 3, 2019

World’s first motorcycle aircraft

Posted by in category: transportation

This flying motorcycle is straight out of an action movie.

Dec 3, 2019

Cloud Computing Explained

Posted by in categories: computing, futurism

Big tech firms are investing in data centers as they compete for the $214 billion cloud computing market. WSJ explains what cloud computing is, why big tech is betting big on future contracts.

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Dec 3, 2019

Russia, China Launch ‘Historic’ Gas Pipeline

Posted by in category: energy

Russia on December 2 is set to tap a potentially enormous new natural-gas market outside Europe when its state-run Gazprom opens the 3,000-kilometer Power of Siberia pipeline and starts feeding China with blue fuel.