Climate change proponents remain undeterred in their mission, ignoring numerous recent scientific findings indicating that there has been no warming trend at all for nearly two
Al Gore’s dire predictions of the melting of polar ice on a massive scale have proved to be completely false.
In fact, in 2014 – a year that was touted as being “the hottest ever” in the Earth’s
history – there were record amounts of ice reported in Antarctica, an increase in Arctic ice, and record snowfalls across the globe.
Debunking the “97 percent” lie
On top of those “inconvenient truths,” the White House’s assertion that 97 percent of scientists agree that global warming is real has been completely debunked.
Several independently-researched examinations of the
literature used to support the “97 percent” statement found that the conclusions were cherry-picked and misleading.
More objective surveys have revealed that there is a far greater diversity of opinion among scientists than the global
warming crowd would like for you to believe.
In a recent interview with Climate Depot, Coleman said:
Other mainstream news sources besides the National Review have also been courageous enough to speak out
against the global warming propaganda – even the Wall Street Journal published an op-ed piece in 2015 challenging the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) pseudoscience being promulgated by global warming proponents.
And, of course, there
are the more than 31,000 American scientists (to date) who have signed a petition challenging the climate change narrative and 9,029 of them hold PhDs in their respective fields.
But hey, Al Gore and his cronies have also ignored that inconvenient
truth, as well.
Many of those scientists who signed the petition were likely encouraged to speak out in favor of the truth after retired senior NASA atmospheric scientist John L. Casey revealed that solar cycles are largely responsible for warming
periods on Earth – not human activity.
Al Gore and cronies continue getting richer from the global warming hoax
But the global warming crowd continues
to push their agenda on the public while lining their pockets in the process.
If you’re still inclined to believe what Al Gore has to say about global warming, please consider the fact that since he embarked on his crusade, his wealth has
grown from $2 million in 2001 to $100 million in 2016 – largely due to investments in fake “green tech” companies and the effective embezzlement of numerous grants and loans.
You might want to take all of this information into
serious consideration before casting your vote in the November election.
Ian Plimer, twice winner of Australia’s highest scientific honor, the Eureka Prize, is an Australian geologist, professor emeritus of earth sciences at the University of Melbourne, and professor of mining geology at the University of Adelaide. He has published more than 120 scientific papers, six books written for the general public and is one of the co-editors of Encyclopedia of Geology. He is a strong independent thinker (to put it mildly).
Professor Plimer’s books Heaven and Earth and How to Get Expelled from School are both available on this website (click below).
Heaven and Earth: Global Warming, the Missing Science
“We’re seeing the lying MSM starting to cover its arse regarding a new ice age,” says reader.
Spotless Sun – Credit SDO/HMI
4 Oct 2016 – “The Sun has ‘gone blank’ (no sunspots) for
the fourth time this year, and it could herald the arrival of an Ice Age,” reports news.com.au.
The last time sunspots vanished at such a rapid rate was during a centuries-long ice age (The Litle Ice Age) that began in the 15th century.
According to The Sun, sunspots are appearing at the lowest rate in 10,000 years.
Meteorologist Paul Dorian told The Daily Star
that the sharp decline in solar activity could be a sign of a new Ice Age.
“If history is any guide, it is safe to say that weak solar activity for a prolonged period of time can have a cooling impact on global temperatures in the troposphere
which is the bottom most layer of Earth’s atmosphere—and where we all live.”
Thanks to Terra Hertz and Jhon Smith for these links
“Nothing at all about the established theories of solar cycles, heliosphere density, cosmic ray flux, and their relation to cloud formation and hence global temperature,” says Terra. “Obviously they can’t mention that, because
it would inform the public of flaws in the stupid and baseless AGW fable.”
BrainGate technology is no longer the stuff of science fiction. The
science of interfacing human brains and other biological neurons with computers has been developing for well over a decade and now, the progress is amazing.
While the human mind is an amazing organ, that surpasses any computer ever made.
Many fantasize about improving on natural skills and abilities using technology in the form of some sort of brain implant. That dream is about to become a reality. In some ways, it already has
according to the BrainGate website.
“BrainGate Company’s current and planned intellectual property (the technology) is based on technology that can sense, transmit, analyze and apply the language of neurons. BrainGate consists of
a sensor that is implanted on the motor cortex of the brain and a device that analyzes brain signals.”
Cyborg and biohacking research history started in 1998 with Dr. Kevin Warwick and what he called Project Cyborg according to Digital Trends.
Warwick began by implanting a simple radio-frequency identification chip or RFID in his own shoulder. He planned to use this chip to adjust lighting in his office and
opening doors locked to others. The experiment was successful, and so Warwick went a bit further, experimenting on himself yet again. In 2002, Warwick had a surgeon implant a BrainGate technology device.
An early BrainGate technology device, a forerunner
of the technology available today, attached directly to Dr. Kevin Warwick’s arm allowing him to control a robotic hand remotely. When this was successful, Warwick had a device implanted in his wife’s arm designed to make him feel a sensation
whenever she touched something. This resulted in a sort of technologically enhanced empathy or telepathy with his wife so that when she touched an object, Warwick felt the sensation in his own hand.
As a self-proclaimed cyborg, Dr. Kevin Warwick was encouraged to do a series of speaking engagements where he developed a certain demographic of followers who called themselves transhumanist enthusiasts.
These transhumanists were willing to engage in self-styled, do-it-yourself biohacking. They either made the incisions themselves or employ body modification artists because most doctors refused to assist these projects.
BrainGate technology on a budget
was a pet project of Lepht Anonym, a pioneer in biohacking according to Digital Trends. She believes she may have even coined that phrase. She too had her followers, who read her blog online, with increasing fascination. Lepht buys off the rack so
to speak, using everyday household items and readily available technology and equipment to do her own homemade implants.
“It started when I was about 18. I was seeing expensive adverts for life-extension companies, and I would see expensive procedures
that you could get only if you had a spare hundred quid. It seemed that it was all very much directed to people who had money. I wanted to do some experiments to find a way of getting the same technology out into the hands of people who didn’t have that
kind of money.”
Tim Cannon and Shawn Sarver founded Grindhouse Wetware,
determined to make human enhancement an affordable reality.
Their current goal has been named Circadia. It will be an implanted device that would monitor blood oxygen, blood glucose, blood
pressure, temperature and heart rate.
While most scientists do not approve of ordinary people, without funding and lacking certain areas of medical expertise, attempting high tech biohacking Dr. Kevin Warwick is cautiously optimistic
and even encouraging.
“I think it’s important that the artists are doing what they’re doing, because there aren’t really a whole band of scientists investigating this at the moment.”
BrainGate technology, however, is still the cutting edge of cyborg-style technology.
Though currently the new innovation is being designed to help people who are paralyzed or have other nerve related mobility
issues, the Braingate website admits it could be used for other applications in the future.
“Our mission is to improve on the quality of life for all disabled
humans. We additionally seek to increase the usage of BrainGate related technology in both medical and non-medical applications and facilitate innovation in invasive and non-invasive brain research.”
BrainGate technology’s most recent innovation involves inserting a BrainGate sensor into the brainaccording to Technology Review.
The hardware portion involves a small array
of needle-like silicon electrodes. The sensors attach to a wireless processor designed by a company called Blackrock Microsystems.which is attached to the outside of the skull. The processor then transmits wireless signals to motorized wheelchairs, light switches,
TV remote controls and a host of other gadgets designed to aid patients who are immobile according to Technology review. The processor costs about $18,000 and transmits a signal roughly as fast as an internet connection.
Human Enhancements are Lepht Anonym’s greatest concern. Or rather her greatest concern is that economic inequality would lead to a whole other level of elitism, in which economic advantage would give even more important advantages to the elite.
If only the wealthy could enhance their brain activity or physical performance using expensive implants, they would become unstoppable in their superiority over the masses.
While Braingate technology is wonderful
in its capacity to aid people with brain and nerve injuries and illnesses, that same technology, applied only to any one segment of the population would be tremendously unfair. That is why Lepht Anonym is searching so frantically to level that playing field.
She freely admits performing surgery on herself using kitchen implements such as a potato peeler. Her work gives all new meaning to the words affordable health care. Still, even Dr. Kevin Warwick and his most avid student Ian Harrison, admit she has a valid
point. Ian Harrison told Digital Trends he is in complete agreement with Anonym.
“Yes. The haves and the have-nots. That to me is a huge fear, with all of these technologies. As soon as it starts to get commercialized,
you start getting this divide between people that can afford these implants and the people that can’t.”
BrainGate technology could one day give some people an enhanced human experience, that might include
remote control of devices, downloads of information into a human brain or even some advantages that would mimic telekinesis or other fantastic abilities, but should these kinds of advantages only be sold to the highest bidder?
Will BrainGate technology enhance human beings with cyborg-like abilities, and will the distribution of these abilities be fair?
The Mark of the Beast will
eventually be used to buy & sell, as Revelation 13:16-18 says:
“And he causes All, both small and great, Rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in
their foreheads: And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and
his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”
As you will read below
there are many compelling reasons for getting implants and eventually the “Mark of the Beast”*so many compelling
advantages or so it would seem, but what will be the ultimate price?
It sounds like people could possibly get extra benefits & powers if they get the chip in their foreheads
rather than their right hand. These technologies are being developed right now, and they will be enthusiastically adopted by a large segment of the general public. So are you ready for this brave new world? Will you
ever let them put a chip in your head or in your right hand?
Will you refuse to accept the coming mark of the Beast?
A tiny computer chip surgically embedded in your brain could give you superpowers. It sounds crazy, but scientists already use these devices to restore sight for some blind people and hearing for the deaf.
In the future these implants,
also known as neuro-prosthetics, will be able to do much more — sometimes with the help of super-sensitive eye or ear implants. By using
electronic signals to stimulate parts of the brain, these chips can now deliver visual and auditory signals and restore connections that have been severed by trauma. Once our understanding of the brain has improved, researchers
think it will be possible to deliver more data to the mind.
It’s currently risky to drill into the skull and put a small electronic device in there,
but the technology is rapidly advancing. Soon, things we consider superpowers will be readily available to anyone who wants them — and can afford it.
are some of the things that brain implants will make possible. A tiny computer chip surgically embedded in your brain could give you superpowers. It sounds crazy, but scientists already use these devices to restore sight for some blind people and hearing for
In the future these implants, also known as neuro-prosthetics, will be able to do much more — sometimes with the help of super-sensitive eye or ear implants. By using electronic signals to stimulate parts of the brain, these chips can now deliver visual and auditory
signals and restore connections that have been severed by trauma. Once our understanding of the brain has improved, researchers
think it’ll be possible to deliver more data to the mind.
It’s currently risky to drill into the skull and put a small electronic device
in there, but the technology is rapidly advancing. Soon, things we consider superpowers will be readily available to anyone who wants them — and can afford it.
Here are some of the things that brain implants will make possible.
1. Hear a conversation from across a room, or in a crowded club.
Already, cochlear implants can restore hearing for some people, and even allow them to hear for the first time. With the help of specialized hardware, they could tune out
what you don’t want to hear, or use sensitive equipment to pick up far-off soundwaves.
2. Give you the ability to see in the dark.
FDA-approved retinal implants can restore the ability to see motion and shapes for people blinded by a certain genetic condition already. As understanding of the ocular nerve
improves, better versions of these implants could give you the night vision of a cat.
3. Give you sight that can zoom in on things that are far away.
Researchers have already developed
contacts that can zoom. But a retinal prosthetic that could do the same thing should make it possible to do this all the time.
4. Make you better at math and navigation.
Directly stimulating areas of the brain can already boost people’s mathematical and navigational
abilities in a lab setting. With a brain implant that did this all the time, it’d be a lot harder to pull the “I’m just not a math person” excuse anymore.
5. Allow you to download skills like in “The Matrix.”*
claim that once we understand how practicing a skill transforms the brain over time, we might be able to use implants to cause those same transformations to occur, providing the motor memory for kung-fu skills, or whatever else you want to learn.
6. Restore damaged memories.
The military’s Defense
Advanced Research Projects Agency is already experimenting with brain implants that will help soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injuries by using electrodes to stimulate damaged tissue. In the future, this could be a valuable medical technology.
7. Cure depression and control mood.
DARPA is also working
on neuroprosthetics that could cure depression and PTSD. This is similar to recent research showing how Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation might
be an extremely effective antidepressant. Future implants could regulate the brain and make sure it keeps working the way it should, providing stimulation when necessary.
8. Enhance focus and energy, like stimulants without the drugs.
Drugs like Adderall
and Ritalin are well known for their alertness-boosting abilities, but also for their serious side effects. Brain stimulation could both enhance focus and mental clarity, but without the jittery, speedy, up-all-night feelings — and the post-amphetamine
9. Control machines with your mind.
sounds crazy, but researchers have already used a neuroprosthetic sensor to control a robotic arm. As this technology is refined, that control will only become more accurate, allowing for remote control of robots, computers, and more.
10. Search the web and translate languages.
Once these implants can transmit and receive
information, it should be possible to think of a topic — or look at a tree or painting — and send that information to the web, and have relevant results fed back into your brain. This technology is still far away, and will depend on smaller and
biologically safer computer chips, as well as better brain maps.
Once that’s possible, it’ll have even greater implications. Imagine being able
to travel anywhere in the world and being able to understand what’s being said. The same technology that transmits auditory information could potentially feed that data through a translating service and interpret it for you in real time, like your very
own Babel fish.
Brain Implants Could Give People Perfect Memories And Night Vision
This Brain Gate array is the brain implant that helps move robot arms.
Computer chips aren’t just for your laptop and phone
anymore. Doctors are implanting these technologies in our brains to restore sight to the blind and hearing to the deaf.
Soon, they could give people super senses
and radically improved memory and focus.
“Brain implants today are where laser eye surgery was several decades ago,” write Gary Marcus, an NYU professor
of psychology, and Christof Koch, chief scientific officer of the Allen Institute for Brain Science in Seattle, in a recent essay for The Wall Street Journal.
Brain implants, also called neuroprosthetics, are used to restore hearing and vision loss, but as our technology and brain knowledge improve, the applications will become almost infinite.
They are “not risk-free and make sense only for a narrowly defined set of patients — but they are a sign of things to come,” Marcus and Koch say.
Here’s an overview of what brain implants do and how they might be used to create super-humans.
What Brain Implants Already Do
The most commonly used brain implant now is a cochlear implant that helps restore hearing.
More than 300,000 people already use a brain implant called a cochlear implant. This common neuroprosthetic replaces the malfunctioning ear to
restore hearing for certain deaf people.
It captures sound with a microphone and then stimulates the auditory nerve through electrodes, allowing
the brain to approximate hearing.
This isn’t exactly like normal hearing, but it gives a deaf person the ability to perceive sound and helps them identify speech. In this video, a deaf woman hears herself laugh for the first time
after her implant is turned on:
Thousands of Parkinson’s patients use a neuroprosthetic to lessen tremors and rigid movement.
A small electrode runs from a pacemaker-like battery
pack underneath their skin (batteries need to be replaced every two to three years)
through a small hole in their skull, where it stimulates pathways in the brain that help control motion. When this electrical stimulation happens, it helps reduce, and can even eliminate, Parkinson’s symptoms, although it doesn’t stop the disease
from getting worse.
A retinal implant under development, similar to the recently approved Second Sight one.
Last year the FDA approved a retinal implant that will restore the ability to perceive shapes and motion for people blinded by advanced retinitis pigmentosa,
the late stage of a genetic condition that causes a gradual vision loss in about 1 in 4,000 people in the U.S.
The device, made by Second Sight, involves 60 electrodes that make up a “retinal prosthesis.” A small video camera and processing unit mounted on a set of glasses
transmit data wirelessly to the electrodes in the retina.
What Brain Implants Could Do In The Future
The implants above are used to restore function lost to disease, but they could be used to enhance function, too. Eventually, neuroprosthetics will
do the things of science fiction — quick learning, memory processing, language translation, night vision, and more.
Make Us Better At Math And Navigation
Research already shows that brain stimulation from external electrodes can help people learn math faster.
In a small study that used internal electrodes and deep brain stimulation, people were able to learn and remember routes through a city better. They even demonstrated
improved spatial ability, and were better at figuring out shortcuts that could help them along the way.
Improvements to the technology above could recreate “The Matrix.”
In that movie, Keanu Reeves’ character, Neo, learns kung fu by downloading “practice” from a computer. Impossible as that seems, it’s likely that when neuroscientists eventually learn how practicing a skill
changes and reshapes the brain, it might be possible to use neurocompilers to input the results of a year of training into the brain all at once.
Memories And Improving Mood
Allen Institute for Brain Science & Connections in a mouse brain.
Already, the military is experimenting with brain implants that will help soldiers improve memories damaged by traumatic injuries.
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is working on two projects under the Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative, a neuroscience project announced last year by President Obama.
For the first of those two projects, Subnets, researchers are trying to use neuroprosthetics and electric currents to cure PTSD, depression, and pain.
Once brain functions can be restored, the next step could be to use the same mechanisms to enhance them — including giving humans better memory, focus, mood, and alertness.
“Even now, some parents are willing to let their children take Adderall before a big exam,” Marcus and Koch point out. “The chance to make a ‘superchild’ (or at least one guaranteed to stay calm
and attentive for hours on end during a big exam) will be too tempting for many.”
Controlling Robots With Our Minds
Cathy Hutchinson takes a drink by controlling a robot arm with her brain.
Currently, controlling a robot in the way that Cathy Hutchinson does is
“cumbersome and laborious, like steering a massive barge or an out-of-alignment car.”
Scientists have a lot more to learn about the brain, but Marcus
and Koch think that by 2100 we’ll think of a question and search the Internet for the answer — without speaking or typing a word.
Every medical implant above could be turned into an enhancement implant. Current prosthetics can help a blind person regain vision — in the future
implants would let someone see in the dark, or have zooming vision that lets them read words from 150 feet away.
We are already developing contacts that can zoom. Combined with implants, we could control them with the brain, allowing us enhance the zoom at will
and eventually be able to search the Web for information on what we see.
At some point, anyone with the desire for augmented abilities and the resources
to pay for them might be able to buy a mental edge.
Technological And Ethical Hurdles: Improve Technology
Drilling holes in the skull to implant electrodes is risky, difficult, and potentially damaging to extremely important areas of the brain — not to mention scary. Even the implants are dangerous.
The brain doesn’t like to sit still inside the skull, so today’s implants easily slip out of place.
Implants need to made of nontoxic materials that
won’t cause our bodies to reject them as foreign, and they need to be tiny and rechargeable (perhaps graphene
will help). The neuroprosthetics of today are comparable to cellphones of 20 years ago — when they were still “the size of shoeboxes.”
Improve Understanding Of The Brain
Human Connectome Project, Science, March 2012.
The Human Brain Connectome project hopes to get a grasp on how the brain’s neurons are connected, helping us understand thoughts and memories on the cellular level.
More important, our understanding of the brain is still rudimentary in many ways. We may understand most of how vision works, but our understanding of memory has a long way to go.
“The next challenge will be to interpret the complex information from the 100 billion tiny nerve cells that make up the brain,” the authors say.
the real sticking point in applying these new technologies could be people themselves. Americans just aren’t yet ready for it.
According to a recent survey,72% of the U.S. population is not interested in a brain implant* that could improve memory or mental capacity, and 53%
of people think it’ll be a change for the worse if most people wear implants that provide them with information about the surrounding world.
Once we have understood the implications of
the Seed of the Woman then we will focus on how Satan has been attempting to destroy the image of God throughout history (as described in the Bible and confirmed by extra-biblical evidence) and how he plans on imitating and counterfeiting God’s redemptive
work in the ultimate hybrid of all time whom the Bible calls “the Beast” (Antichrist).
Satan’s plan is already well underway and will be accomplished
in part via transhumanism and the “alien” deception. These have both been made possible through the teaching of the theory of evolution which, at its core, denies there is a God. Satan has used this denial to pave the way philosophically for the
acceptance of going to the next level of humanity and because man denies God, he believes he ought to continue evolving. The trans-humanist movement boasts that man can direct his own destiny through the rewriting of his DNA code. Transhumanists seek to make
man into gods by directing his own evolution. Rather than accepting that God originally created man in His image and man is now fallen, but (through Jesus) will be restored to that original and un-fallen image, the trans-humanist insists that man can do it
himself. In fact, Trans humanist Richard Seed audaciously declared: “We are going to become gods, period ” Man is ready to forsake the image of the Creator who created him.
Satan will use man’s desire to be his own god to deceive him into believing the ultimate lie—that his fallen messengers are both the Creators and saviours of man. He will not do this openly but will deceive mankind through
demons which are masquerading as ”aliens” who are spreading the message that the inhabitants of the earth can evolve to be like them and obtain transcendent powers. Finally, the seed of the Serpent will come; he will be a man who will be greater
than his fellows, who will understand sinister schemes and shall rise up and become the Antichrist.