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December 31, 2013

To Protect and Infect: The militarization of the internet

Filed under: tech — zproxy @ 9:58 am


[…] your metadata, chained contacts and content will be stored for 15 years

  • Here’s a PDF file containing images Appelbaum showed in the talk


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December 11, 2013

What will happen if you do nothing?

Filed under: life — zproxy @ 11:21 am

… What will happen if you do nothing? If you do not know the answer, no one will.

Inspire   You may not know what is going to happen when you try, but if you do not try nothing will happen

  • processes are an armored tool
  • win people to manage change
  • centralize to establish
  • distribute to optimize



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December 10, 2013

the super conscious mind

Filed under: life — zproxy @ 2:50 pm

What do you desire?


… geniuses trust and believe in the value of their insights and the value of the thoughts and ideas that come to them

… the super conscious mind is triggered by clarity of definition and decisiveness about what we want

… when the answer comes to you, you must implement the answer immediately, the more rapidly you act the more insights you will have

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energy device

Filed under: life — zproxy @ 12:24 pm

The flow of ideas has been made unconstrained in the past several days. You can now introduce new concepts into the wider human world, be it ET presence or free energy device demonstration. The dense fog which in the past accompanied introduction of any new idea is now non-existent. The dogmatic base of human’s world-view is no longer effective.

I think you should yourself notice how easy it is now for you to grasp new concepts. If in the past most people fought any new concept thus resorting to previously known dogma, now people take a note of the concept even if it’s false, but since dogmatic base has been lifted, everybody is free to follow the concepts which suit their life best. It’s a part of humanity’s reconstruction. – Aleksey Vaneev

the event update by cobra

… neodymium magnet free energy generating overunity transformer. Some people call this Motionless Electromagnetic Generator (MEG)

As the electrostatic forces are not very strong, this free energy motor has to use a good bearing with very low friction. A simple bearing can be made of a convex glass lens and a mirror. The lens is put on the mirror the convex side. The magnet is than put on the planar side of the lens. The entire assembly is put inside a circle made of a big amount of batteries. This system also needs the conductive electrostatic amplification plane. It helps to amplify the electrostatic field nereby the magnet. The silver coating of the mirror works as this amplification plane. The plane has to be circle as the sharp edges always discharge the static charge. The lens has to be made of a leaded glass, such as the ones used in cameras. The lead helps to shield the background ionising radiation coming from the earth, as the ionising radiation tends to discharge the electrostatic charges, thus stop this free energy motor from operation. The Fleming’s left-hand rule determines the direction of the rotation to the left (counter clockwise).

… all our electricity comes from the induction

… clouds are pockets of warm air

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December 9, 2013

Ralph Ring

Filed under: life — zproxy @ 4:29 pm

… if you intend something it will come to you

allow it to come to you

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December 6, 2013

the orders of the president must be obeyed

Filed under: life — zproxy @ 9:18 pm

“The man who speaks to you of sacrifice, speaks of slaves and masters. And intends to be the master.” – Ayn Rand

The recruitment officer ask me this question, “If war was declared and you were drafted, would you be able to kill someone?”
I asked, “Does that mean it’s legal to kill someone?”
He said, “Yes”.
I then said, “Well then, YOU would be first.”
I was stamped a “1H”.

There will be a new hot video game. You will be commanding a reaper drone. Your mission will be to kill the zombies. Little will you know, the video game, will actually play out in real life, across the globe.

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