Saturday, 10 June 2017

POST 319 LAND AND POWER

Hello and trusting you are fine and dandy. You know it maybe the title land and power may only apply to the first video, however I see a connection, for just as You Tube and Google monopolize the viewing status, it is your mind 'land space' they are dictating and restricting, and a subtle persuasion to boot.  The Dark net one takes away the 'freedom space land' and strangely enough the brilliant interview shows how the fear of the authorities over secrecy that they have is the same fear and indignation that we feel when we know that through digital devices we can be totally naked to them data wise and physically. 
Make no illusions that in the 'secret 'services' there are sick perverts of all types and the lure of 'stalking through prying whilst doing surveillance' and satisfying or fueling or even seed sowing a dormant impediment or lurking dark perversion might fire it up and nurture it.  Needless to say there are moral and just people in the services as well.  I witnessed enough of both in Forensics and also workshops and the like.    
As the interview says it will drive people to the dark net as way out from the horror of this gung ho industrial military complex in all countries, if it isn't an individual dictator it is a multi combined dictatorship.  
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People when threatened by extreme measures will revolt by writing, marching and in the end to violence, then the mass murders, rapes and torture and then a complete collapse--- the Berlin Wall syndrome.
It would appear that the lust for power and domination is non accountable as in the end those power extremists would rather destroy the planet and blow it to smithereens than let the populace share, care and  cooperate with nature and one another. Where has mercy, kindness, fairness, forgiveness, compassion and charity gone, there are pockets of it we need the whole world to awaken to this and see that profit and avarice are not only selfish but are self defeating. The power mongers will find that they will fall out and only their common greed and lust holds their alliance together, the glue maybe not so adhesive as they think.  

YOU TUBE---NEFARIOUS  12 MINS
ARE YOU A MILLENNIAL?  13 MINS
One of the best videos on the next generations,  Great .
THE DARK NET AND CONNECTIONS. 27 MINS
THIS IS VITALLY, VITALLY, VITALLY IMPORTANT.
Whar I got from this is that; WHAT EVER ADMINISTRATION, PRESIDENT, PRIME MINISTER GETS INTO POWER THEIR VIEW OF THREAT IS AND CAN BE DIFFERENT TO THE PREVIOUS ADMINISTRATION AND WHILST YOUR DATA IS NOT THREATENING TO ONE 'CHIEF' IT MAY BE TO ANOTHER. TO NOT HAVE DIFFERING VIEWS AND ALLOWED TO BE AIRED AND SHARED MAKES FOR A DICTATORSHIP, HOWEVER THE KEY IS TO 'AIR AND SHARE THEM' WITH DIPLOMACY AND LANGUAGE THAT IS NOT PERSONAL BUT INFORMATIVE----NOT AN EASY TASK IF THE ADMINISTRATION HAS PARANOID PSYCHOPATHS AND SOCIO EUGENIC TENDENCIES AND CANNOT TAKE CRITICISM AND SUGGESTIONS WITHOUT THREATENING VIOLENCE AS A FIRST STRIKE RATHER THAN DEBATE AND DISCUSSION.
CHEEKY-----Comey offered job with Wikileaks.  8 mins.
COSMIC RAYS ARE INTENSIFYING: Many people think Solar Minimum is boring. Wrong. During the nadir of the sunspot cycle, the entire heliosphere changes its personality with many consequences for the space around our planet. One of the most important changes involves cosmic rays--high-energy radiation reaching Earth from deep space. As sunspot numbers decline, cosmic rays intensify. 
Is this actually happening? The answer is "yes." Spaceweather.com and the students of Earth to Sky Calculus have been monitoring radiation levels in the stratosphere with frequent high-altitude balloon flights over California. Here are the latest results, current as of May 6, 2017:
The data show cosmic ray levels intensifying with an approximately 13% increase since March 2015.
Cosmic rays are high-energy photons and subatomic particles accelerated in our direction by distant supernovas and other violent events in the Milky Way. Usually, cosmic rays are held at bay by the sun's magnetic field, which envelops and protects all the planets in the Solar System. But the sun's magnetic shield is weakening in 2017 as the solar cycle shifts from Solar Maximum to Solar Minimum. More and more cosmic rays are therefore reaching our planet.

How does this affect us? Cosmic rays penetrate commercial airlines, dosing passengers and flight crews enough that pilots are classified as occupational radiation workers. Some research shows that cosmic rays can seed clouds and trigger lightning, potentially altering weather and climate. Furthermore, there are studies ( #1#2#3#4) linking cosmic rays with cardiac arrhythmias in the general population.
The sensors we send to the stratosphere measure X-rays and gamma-rays, which are produced by the crash of primary cosmic rays into Earth's atmosphere. The energy range of the sensors, 10 keV to 20 MeV, is similar to that of medical X-ray machines and airport security scanners.
NOTE: This increase is not happening ONLY over California. All parts of the world will be experiencing elevated levels of cosmic rays. The amount varies from place to place depending on the uneven protection afforded by our own planet's magnetic field. In the week ahead we will share new data from intercontinental balloon launches tracing the global response to this phenomenon.
(Courtesy SPACEWEATHER.COM)
Hon Sir Paul Hellyer. 32 mins Really Important.

ISIS spreads its net. 3mins









Keyhole surgery for knee pain and damaged joints has been hailed as one of the major breakthroughs of medicine-but a new study says the procedure should be scrapped because the risks outweigh any benefits

Keyhole surgery for knee pain and damaged joints has been hailed as one of the major breakthroughs of medicine-but a new study says the procedure should be scrapped because the risks outweigh any benefits.
In fact, the benefits-such as less pain or greater mobility-usually disappear within a year, and yet the surgery comes with a host of risks.
The procedure, known as arthroscopy, increases the risks for deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism (a blockage of the main artery of the lung), infection and even death.
And the benefits of surgery seemed to disappear within one to two years, researchers from the University of Southern Denmark discovered. As such, arthroscopy is not suitable for middle-aged and older patients with knee pain, whether or not they have osteoarthritis, they conclude.
They based their findings on a review of nine studies, involving 1,270 patients aged between 48 and 63 years. Most patients reported a "small but significant" reduction in pain immediately after surgery, but the ain started to return after six months or so. Mobility wasn't improved by the procedure. (Courtesy WDDTY)
(Source: BMJ, 2015; 350: h2747)
THIS IS MARS 2017 15 mins
WHAT I LIKED ABOUT THIS VIDEO THERE WAS A MINIMUM OF TALKING, GREAT SHOTS AND NASA COMMENTARIES AT TIMES AND SOME VERY INTERESTING ACTUAL FACTS. FOR INSTANCE BACTERIA FORM CRYSTALS AT THE ATOMIC LEVEL AND STROMALITES FOSSILS AND FOSSIL MATS HAVE A MINERAL ROCK COMPONENT.  NOT IN THIS VIDEO BUT A RECORDED FACT THAT THEY HAVE FOUND FREEZE DRIED BACTERIA IN SPACE AND SEEMINGLY INERT---INTERESTING WHEN THEY MIGHT BE ACTIVATED AND BY WHAT MEANS----THERE IS A VIDEO AND REPORT IN MY WORK THAT REPORTS THAT NASA MAINTENANCE STAFF STUMBLED ACROSS SCIENTISTS WATCHING MEN WALKING ON THE SURFACE OF MARS. 
THIS IS THE VIDEO BELOW I FOUND IT
Men walking to viking lander on mars . 4 mins. 
YOU MAYBE INTERESTED TO WATCH THE FOLLOW ON  ABOUT A MAN STANDING NEXT TO THE LANDER..
Climate change affects night sleep, scientists found: high temperatures lower the quality of sleep at night. The most severe problems with sleep – in the summer. Most elderly Americans with low incomes suffer from restless sleep.
The largest study links the lack of sleep and unusually high nighttime temperatures and for the first time predicts how the situation will develop if global warming remains unchecked.
“In recent years, we have found that unusually warm nights are accompanied by frequent reports of insufficient sleep,” says lead author Nick Obradovic, who spent most of the research as a graduate student at the University of California, San Diego.
In October 2015, an unusually strong wave of heat hit San Diego, where not everyone has air conditioners. Obradovic and his colleague Robin Migliorini noticed that “friends and colleagues on graduate school did not get enough sleep at night – they threw off the sheets, tossed and turned around because of the heat. And as a result, people wake up sluggish and grumpy, “he says. “It’s not very pleasant.”
The researchers collected data on the sleep of 765,000 US residents and compared the nights when they reported problems with sleep, with temperature data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. They found that an unusually high temperature led to three nights of bad sleep per 100 people a month.
People with low incomes were more likely to suffer from sleep problems, since they could not leave air conditioners on all night.
If global warming does not slow down by the end of the century, the scorching temperature will cost Americans several hundred million nights of lost sleep each year.

And it can be more than an American phenomenon. “We do not have data on the quality of sleep around the world, but assuming that the situation is similar, it can be imagined that in places that are warmer, or in poorer regions, things are worse with sleep,” he adds.
Courtesy City View. NC







Tai chi, the slow-motion Chinese exercise, has often been used as a complement to drugs for treating depression—but a new study has discovered it can dramatically improve the problem without the drugs.
Performing the exercises twice a week for 12 weeks can 'significantly reduce' the symptoms of even major depression, researchers have found.
The researchers, from Massachusetts General Hospital, had experts teach tai chi movements and breathing to 25 people who had been diagnosed with major to moderate depression and who weren't taking any medication for the problem. Another group of 25 were on a 'wait list' and were used as a measure of the improvements in the exercise group.
By the end of the 12 weeks, the tai chi group reported 'significant improvements' in their depression and anxiety compared to those who didn't use the exercise.
It's a credible alternative to drugs and other therapies, say the researchers.


References

(Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 2017; 78: e522)  (Courtesy WDDTY)
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