by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Rise of the sex bots: Will people be marrying robots by 2050?
Ever since Harrison Ford’s character Deckard fell in love with android Rachael, played by Sean Young, in classic 1982 film Blade Runner, debate has raged over whether it is possible to have emotional and physical relationships with machines.
This was further explored in last year’s film Ex Machina, where Domhnall Gleeson’s computer programmer character fell for Ava, a beautiful but deceptive robot played by Alicia Vikander.
The popular Channel 4 series Humans, which continues its second series tonight at 9pm, has taken this further by exploring a parallel presentday society where humanoid robots called “synths” are used by people as careworkers, domestic servants, medics and prostitutes.
Humans and synths harming each other through their interactions in everyday life has been a constant theme since one of the prostitutes Niska, played by Emily Berrington, killed an elderly customer who asked her to act young and frightened while he behaved threateningly at the start of its first series.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Everyone who can now see your entire internet history, including the taxman, DWP and Food Standards Agency
Organisations including the Food Standards Agency and the Department for Work and Pensions will be able to see UK citizens’ entire internet browsing history within weeks.
The Investigatory Powers Bill, which was all but passed into law this week, forces internet providers to keep a full list of internet connection records (ICRs) for a year and to make them available to the Government if asked. Those ICRs in effect serve as a full list of every website that people have visited, rather than collecting which specific pages are visited or what’s done on them.
ICRs will be made available to a wide range of government bodies. Those include expected law enforcement organisations such as the police, the military and the secret service, but also includes bodies such as the Food Standards Agency, the Gambling Commission, councils and the Welsh Ambulance Services National Health Service Trust.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Obama ‘opens borders’ in his final weeks by ‘quietly shutting down surveillance scheme’
The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Operation Phalanx, was launched in 2010 to supply the National Guard with resources to monitor illegal border crossings and drug smuggling operations.
But Obama closed the programme, despite being fully funded for another year, because of a major reduction in illegal crossings.
This has left politicians furious at the outgoing President with Republicans writing a letter to the DHS.
Texas Governor Gregg Abbott and US Representative Henry Cuellar said the shut down is contradictory.
Their letter read: “Any decrease in aerial observation is not only imprudent, but contradicts the very mission of border security enforcement.
“In order to ensure we are doing everything possible to effectively secure the border, we request immediate information on the metrics used to determine that a 50 per cent reduction in aerial resources would be sufficient to support this important border security operation.”
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) wrote to Lord Janner’s family informing them that public evidence sessions due to begin in March had been scrapped.
It set no new date for hearings to take place. The decision has upset alleged victims who had been lining up to give their evidence.
The public sessions into Lord Janner – the first due to be held by the inquiry – were originally scheduled for September. But they were delayed in the autumn after Leicestershire police complained it would jeopardise ongoing criminal investigations.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Doctors Mysteriously Found Dead After Summit For Breakthrough Cure For Cancer
The medical community at large is a gasp as several holistic doctors were found dead after apparently committing “suicide” over the last year. The fatalities have seemingly occurred after a breakthrough cancer treatment was just announced.
What is This New Treatment?
The newly developed cancer treatment involves the human protein GcMAF (Globulin component Macrophage Activating Factor). GcMAF works by activating macrophages that are already present within the human body. These macrophages can fight against and destroy cancerous cells.
GcMAF is produced naturally inside the body however some people cannot make enough levels of this vital human protein to ward off disease and infection.
The idea is that by administering this protein to people, the immune system can be strengthened to fight cancer and reducing the need for more intense, invasive procedures such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy. These forms of therapy can often lead to more cancer and deteriorate the human body.
The significance of GcMAF’s power could put a major industry out of business – and that’s the exact reason why the deaths of several holistic doctors has alarmed many.
In just one instance, Florida doctor Dr. Jeff Bradstreet, M.D., who focused heavily on researching GcMAF, was found dead in a river last year. Despite the fact that Bradstreet had a gunshot wound to his chest, his sudden death was ruled a suicide right away. This “suicide” – which was later discovered to be a murder – is just out of about seven mysterious deaths that happened in the same time period – all of them holistic doctors who were focused on the potential of GcMAF to treat and cure cancer.
In just the last year, SIXTY deaths have been reported in the holistic community as more natural, less conventional routes to medicine are explored upon.
Following calls for her to make the most of Mr Trump’s shock election victory, she will say in a speech tomorrow: “Change is in the air. And when people demand change, it is the job of politicians to respond.”
Mr Trump is an acknowledged Anglophile who insiders say wants to restore Churchill’s bust to the Oval Office.
In a speech tomorrow at the Mansion House – the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London – Theresa May will argue that there has never been a better time to “forge a bold, new and confident future for ourselves in the world”.
Describing Mr Trump as “the President-elect who defied the polls and the pundits”, she will draw parallels between the US election and the EU referendum, arguing that both events must now be used as a force for good in the world.
She will explain that it is vital to understand what caused both Brexit and Mr Trump’s win.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Donald Trump could actually take steps to try to jail Hillary Clinton
Donald Trump said at a debate last month that he would appoint a special prosecutor to examine Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server during her time as secretary of state and remarked that she would “be in jail” if he were president.
In about two months, he’ll have the power to potentially make that a reality.
He wouldn’t, of course, be able to snap his fingers and throw his political rival behind bars. He would have to order his attorney general to appoint a special prosecutor, then count on that special prosecutor to agree with his assessment that Clinton’s email practices violated criminal laws about mishandling classified information. And even if he did all that and Clinton was charged, she would still be afforded a trial, and Trump’s special prosecutor would have to contend with evidence that led the original team of federal investigators to conclude there was not sufficient basis to believe a crime occurred.
Getting that process started, though, would not seem that difficult. Trump gets to pick and appoint the attorney general.
FBI Director James B. Comey recommended in July that neither Clinton nor her aides be charged with any crimes in connection with her use of a private email server during her term at the State Department, saying “no reasonable prosecutor” would bring such a case. He said in recent weeks that his conclusion was unchanged, even after investigators examined a new, potentially relevant batch of emails discovered on a computer belonging to disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, the husband of top Clinton aide Huma Abedin.
by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Hillary Clinton, Jeffrey Epstein & The Lolita Express
Steve Pieczenik, MD, PhD is an American psychiatrist, former United States Department of State official, author, and publisher.
On Tuesday November 1st 2016, he released a video (see below) claiming that Hillary Clinton was flown down to the Bahamas along with her husband Bill Clinton by convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein on his plane The Lolita Express to engage in sexual activity with children.
According to Pieczenik the New York Police have a record of Hillarys link to pedophile activity and will not only be charged with obstruction of justice, lying to a prosecutor and the FBI, she will also be charged with pedophilia, sex with minors and other issues.