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Judy mikovitz gives a fairly coherent synopsis of the plagues of corruption.

Today‘s “Friday Roundtable” is a powerful testament to the efforts being made to expose corruption, produce true science, and put forth eye-opening evidence. In this episode, individuals from the Crimes Against Humanity Tour join for this discussion. These guests are Reiner Fuellmich, Patrick M. Wood, Dr. Richard M. Fleming, Nash Singh, Nisha D., and Judy A. Mikovits, Ph.D
 

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MarketWatch) Biden on Wednesday will sign an executive order to place the National Quantum Initiative Advisory Committee, the federal government’s principal independent expert body for quantum information science and technology, directly under White House authority, according to early morning reports from Rachel Koning Beals, MarketWatch News Editor in Chicago. IQT-News summarizes the latest with updates to follow.

This “ensures that the president, Congress, federal departments and agencies, and the general public receive the most current, accurate and relevant information on quantum information science and technology to drive forward U.S. policymaking and advance or technological edge,” the White House said.
“While quantum information science is not new, recent breakthroughs in QIS have shown the potential to drive innovations across the American economy, from energy to medicine, through advancements in computation, networking and sensing,” it added.
Quantum computing harnesses the collective properties of quantum states, such as superposition, interference and entanglement, to perform calculations. One use of the technology, though not yet at scale, can improve the battery technology used in EVs TSLA, +0.70% GM, +3.88%.
Currently, most electric options take about 10 hours to fully recharge at home. Even the fastest superchargers at the charging stations require up to 20-40 minutes to fully recharge the vehicles, bringing additional costs and inconvenience to the customer and seen potentially slowing adoption of EVs from traditional gas-engine autos.
In a separate article, Fox News reports on the National Security Memo: “The goal of both the executive order and the National Strategy Memorandum is to ensure that we leapfrog well ahead of everyone else, both by promoting quantum information science and the benefits it can potentially bring from energy to medicine, in various areas of the economy, as well as to begin what will likely be a decade long transition to protect our systems from an adversary having a potential quantum computer,” a senior administration official said.
The official added: “America must start the lengthy process of updating our IT infrastructure today to protect against this quantum computing threat tomorrow.”
Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990. She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.
 

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SciTechDaily: Photosynthesis Power: A Reliable and Renewable Biological Photovoltaic Cell.
 

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China was first test subject of Brzezinski technotronic siciety.

They rest are coming.

In this episode, Whitney and Patrick Wood discuss the historic roots of the technocratic movement, its development and relevance to current events as well as the ulterior motives behind the so-called "green" agenda and the Data-centered "religions" of Silicon Valley.

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CBN.com: Pfizer Admits Developing 'Ingestible Pill' to Track Your Every Move: 'Frightening'.

Once thought of as science fiction, advances in technology have led to implantable microchips in humans. For the last several years, the effort to market these implants to a dubious public has increased and so has the backlash over potential privacy issues.

Now pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has admitted to creating an "ingestible pill" with a microchip that sends a wireless signal to authorities after the pill is swallowed, according to Tech Startups.

During an appearance at the Transforming Health in the Fourth Industrial Revolution event at this week's World Economic Forum being held in Davos, Switzerland, Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla explained Pfizer's new invention.

"It is basically a biological chip," Bourla said. "It is in the tablet. And once you take the tablet, and dissolves in your stomach, it sends a signal that you took the tablet. So imagine the applications of that, the compliance. This insures companies to know that the medicines patients should take, they do take them."

"It is fascinating what happens in this field," he added.


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But could such a wireless pill be used by authorities to also track your activities and even measure your carbon footprint?

That's exactly what J. Michael Evans, president of Alibaba Group USA, a subsidiary of Chinese internet giant Alibaba, told the forum this week, according to Marketwatch.

"We're developing, through technology, an ability for consumers to measure their whole carbon footprint," he told the forum.

"What does that mean?" Evans asked. "Where they are traveling. How they are traveling. What are they eating. What they are consuming on the platform. So individual carbon footprint tracker," as a surprised reaction came from the audience.

"Stay tuned. We don't have it operational yet. This is something that we are working on," Evans added.


Social media users torched the idea.

Kyle Bass, chief investment officer at Hayman Capital Management, responded, "Frightening. I wonder if Alibaba will develop a world record for carbon emissions?"

Bass also included a chart of annual CO2 emissions showing China as the number one emitter.


Another user wrote, "They are going to put a cap on the carbon you can consume, per day, and you will have to watch what you do to not go over it. They are going to force us to live like serfs."

Conservative commentator J.D. Vance, who's currently running for a U.S. Senate seat as a Republican in Ohio also tweeted, "Imagine flying a private jet to a conference of the world's most powerful people and then lecturing other people on their carbon footprint."

One user wrote, "Because it isn't about the carbon footprint at all."

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Eric Schmidt, the former Google chairman, told Reuters in a recent interview that high-end processors should have kill-switches.

“Knowing where the chips go is probably a very good thing. You could for example, on every chip put in essentially a public private key pair, which authenticates it and allows it to work”.

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What he won’t tell is that this is already a reality, as I learned after having my air-gapped system and Pixel phone wiped remotely for researching “silent speech interfaces” like this:

SpeakUp: Silent Speech Interface; Low Cost; Arduino; Machine Learning

Project Summary by Varun Chandrashekhar: “I have designed and developed a speech interfaced for the paralyzed, which they can use to communicate without speaking. This device detects speech-related electrical signals from the throat and converts them into letters or words that we recognize using machine learning models.”

SpeakUp – ML Based Speech Aid to Enable Silent Communication
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My comment about the project: easily replicable by anyone with computer science knowledge, different from what is being done with the silicon trojans in the 3G/4G/5G equipment only on it needing physical probes. Anyone doing research on this area be cautious of sabotage when using US designed CPUs (AMD/INTEL/QUALCOMM/APPLE/ARM), as the microcode, SMM and firmware of your system may be manipulated to mess up your computations. Ask your own Nation to stop trusting Silicon Valley and make your own silicon supply chain and tech services. Meanwhile, mitigate this situation by moving to an area away from any cell radio transmitter (check coverage on OpenCellID.org) and shielding yourself and your devices from electromagnetic eavesdropping and interference.
 

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Fortune: Your whole identity could soon live in ‘Soulbound tokens’ on web3, Ethereum’s co-founder says.
 

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Drivy's Peer-to-Peer Car Rentals Fueling Shift from Ownership to Service Models
Drivy's Peer-to-Peer Car Rentals Fueling Shift from Ownership to Service Models

Product, Service & Design Innovation / The private vehicle sector has been one of the first and most pressing to push for a transition in the way we value the consumer economy. Companies such as Uber, Zipcar and Blablacar have stirred both applause and controversy as their disruptive business models have taken the marketplace by storm. - 6 years ago
With 3D Ocean Farming, We Can Eat Sustainably While Restoring Our Oceans
With 3D Ocean Farming, We Can Eat Sustainably While Restoring Our Oceans

Product, Service & Design Innovation / How does one move from a career as a commercial fisherman to becoming the winner of the 2015 Fuller Challenge, one of the most prestigious sustainability prizes? Bren Smith, founder of Thimble Island Ocean Farm and executive director of the non-profit GreenWave, snagged the US$100,000 prize for his 3D ocean-farming model, which aims to address the range of most pressing sustainability issues in the fishing industry: degradation of marine ecosystems, climate change mitigation and resilience, depleting fish stocks, and a decline in local fisherman jobs. - 6 years ago
Beyond Good Intentions: Tweaking the Buy One, Give One Model
Beyond Good Intentions: Tweaking the Buy One, Give One Model

Product, Service & Design Innovation / While these models were implemented with the best of intentions, their lack of a holistic approach to the problems they’re aiming to address undermines a key selling point for mission-driven business models: the mutual benefits of improved reputation and profits. - 6 years ago
 

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  • The Great Reset involves the demolition and radical overhaul of several interlocking pillars of civilization: technology, society, economy, environment and geopolitics. Food and health also fall within these categories
  • Through control of these core pillars, the World Economic Forum (WEF) and its globalist allies intend to seize control of all the nations of the world and centralize all power and wealth
  • The WEF is an organization that profits from famine and disease; it uses tragedies and fear to further its own agenda. It intends to dictate what you eat, what you own and what you think, under the guise of building a “sustainable future”
  • The WEF-led cabal believes in transhumanist and technocratic principles, and the technocratic system requires extensive surveillance and artificial intelligence-driven technologies to keep everyone in check
  • Technocrats actually believe they’re better, more evolved than the rest, and this superiority gives them the right to decide the fate of mankind. They also reject the notion of free will. Once you understand this basic mindset, it’s easier to understand why they think nothing of stripping you of your freedom and ability to make choices for yourself
In the video above, which is part of a larger "Great Reset" documentary series, Rebel News highlights the origins of the World Economic Forum1 (WEF), its founder Klaus Schwab, and other key players, and the WEF's central role in The Great Reset, which promises (read: threatens) to overturn society and life as we know it in ways that are hard to imagine.
In summary, The Great Reset involves the demolition and radical overhaul of several interlocking pillars of civilization: technology, society, economy, environment and geopolitics. Food and health also fall within these categories. Through control of these core pillars, the WEF and its globalist allies intend to seize control of all the nations of the world and centralize all power and wealth.
The WEF's Plan
As noted by Rebel News, the WEF is an organization that profits from famine and disease; it uses tragedies and fear to further its own agenda — "one that dictates what you eat, what you own, what you think, under the guise of a 'sustainable future.'"
According to the WEF, capitalism is dead and we can no longer allow for free markets. Instead, we need a top-down governance, a New World Order, that can ensure "fair and equitable" distribution of dwindling resources, including energy and food. What they're really saying, however, is that soon-to-be-useless people are gobbling up "their" resources. They see us — you and me — as an existential threat to their luxurious lifestyle.
So, their decades-old plan is to seize control of it all, transfer all wealth and private ownership into their own hands, and centrally control who gets what and when. It's important to realize that this WEF-led cabal believes in transhumanist and technocratic principles.
What Is Technocracy?

Technocracy is at its core an economic system, not a political one. However, it's wholly unnatural, and therefore also requires unnatural means to keep it going. Rather than being based on common pricing mechanisms such as supply and demand or free commerce, the economy of technocracy is based on energy resources, which then dictate the types of products being produced, bought, sold and consumed.
The technocratic system requires extensive surveillance and artificial intelligence-driven technologies to keep everyone in check.
In essence, energy replaces the concept of money as a commodity. That's strange enough, but it gets stranger still. Technocracy, which emerged in the 1930s during the height of the Great Depression, the brainchildren of which were scientists and engineers, also requires social engineering to work.
If people are allowed to do what they want, consumer demand ultimately drives commerce, but that won't fly in a technocratic economy. Instead, consumers need to be directed, herded if you will, to consume that which the system needs them to consume, and in order for that to happen, they need to be more or less brainwashed. As a result, the technocratic system requires extensive surveillance and artificial intelligence-driven technologies to keep everyone in check.
Understanding the Mind of the Technocrats

As Schwab himself has declared on many occasions, they want a society in which humans are merged with machine and artificial intelligence (AI). They look forward to extreme longevity, if not immortality through technological means.
They place no value on spiritual ideas such as the survival of the soul. They don't believe in the nonlocality of consciousness. If they did, they wouldn't believe consciousness can simply be uploaded into a synthetic body. They believe that, through technology and AI, they will be able to replace God and the natural order with reengineered lifeforms of their own creation, including a reengineered humanity.
They actually believe they're better, more evolved than the rest of us, and this superiority gives them the right to decide the fate of mankind. They also reject the notion of free will.2 Once you understand this basic mindset, it's easier to understand why they think nothing of stripping you of your freedom and ability to make choices for yourself. As noted by Tessa Lena in "The Mind of a Technocrat: What Drives Them?":
"To a technocrat, a human being is an imperfect machine, a humble meat bag that is operated by software, which is produced by the brain. The technocrat's understanding of life is based on a very primitive, linear vision; it's void of spiritual mystery ...
The force driving the mind of a technocrat is the overbearing emotional need for total control, combined with mistrust for other people in general. They seemingly look to compensate for their emotional poverty. (In other words, there is no reason to admire their successes as their successes are based on theft of other people's right to free will.)
The technocrats' desire to fully control their surroundings is anxiety-driven. They simply can't stand the feeling of uncertainty that comes with allowing other people's subjective choices to play any role. They don't trust others to do the right thing, much like a very neurotic parent doesn't trust his child's ability to choose wisely without supervision — but far less benevolently.
Their desire for control is intensely neurotic. They are sitting on needles, so to speak (a Russian idiom and a pun in the light of today) — and in order to dampen their anxiety, they resort to trying to implement their controlling ambitions ...
Technocrats may think they are the cream of the crop. They may think that their brilliant vision is good for the world. But regardless of whether they believe themselves to be the good guys or the bad guys, their thirst for total control is a pathological, anxiety-driven expression. They can't stand being dependent on other people's free will, and so they aspire to squash it, which is not existentially right."
Annual Meeting in Davos
Each year, the WEF holds a meeting in Davos, Switzerland. Thousands of global movers and shakers fly in on private jets to decide how best to stop the working class from driving gas-powered cars, heating their homes and eating meat. Does anyone still believe that a bunch of billionaire "elites" can make life "fair and equitable" for everyone?
Attendees include corporate executives, bankers and financiers, heads of state, finance and trade ministers, central bankers, policymakers, the heads of international organizations such as the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the World Bank, the World Trade Organization, the Bank for International Settlements, the United Nations and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
Many academics, economists, political scientists, journalists, cultural elites and celebrities are also invited.
This year's meeting took place May 22 through 26.3 On the first day, participants were treated to an immersive experience of the metaverse in their own digital avatar. Essentially, this is where they want to bring the masses of mankind — into a digital reality where enjoyment of resources doesn't involve actual use of real-world resources. For example, rather than buying clothes for your biological body, you'll spend digital currency on a wardrobe for your digital avatar.
Day 2 included a discussion about how manufacturing companies can accelerate their implementation of automation. The idea is to replace most of the human workforce with robotics and AI. As you might expect, this will render large portions of humanity superfluous and "useless." What to do with them all? Professor Yuval Noah Harari, a Schwab adviser, has stated he believes the answer will be a combination of "drugs and video games."4
Haves and Have Nots Among Journalists
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Among the journalists invited to the 2022 meeting was New York Times managing editor Rebecca Blumenstein. Rebel News reporter Avi Yemini confronted Blumenstein in Davos (video above), asking how the public is supposed to trust the NYT's reporting on the event when she's an invited guest. Blumenstein refused to answer the question, thereby cementing the impression that she's really not there as an independent journalist. She's part of the event. She's part of the club.
Additional evidence that not all journalists are equal was evidenced by the attempt by armed WEF police officers to detain conservative journalist Jack Posobiec (video below).5 When other journalists got involved and started filming and asking questions, the police took off. The fact that the WEF has ITS OWN police force should be a wakeup call. Clearly, they're far more than just another nongovernmental organization (NGO).

Sustainable Development Is Technocracy
Many of the terms we've heard more and more of in recent years refer to technocracy under a different name. Examples include sustainable development, Agenda 21, the 2030 Agenda, the New Urban Agenda, green economy, the green new deal and the climate change movement in general.
They all refer to and are part of technocracy and resource-based economics. Other terms that are synonymous with technocracy include the Great Reset,6 the Fourth Industrial Revolution7 and the slogan Build Back Better.8 The Paris Climate Agreement is also part and parcel of the technocratic agenda.
The common goal of all these movements and agendas is to capture all of the resources of the world — the ownership of them — for a small global elite group that has the know-how to program the computer systems that will ultimately dictate the lives of everyone. It's really the ultimate form of totalitarianism.
When they talk about "wealth redistribution," what they're really referring to is the redistribution of resources from us to them. The WEF has publicly announced that by 2030, you will own nothing. Everything you need you will rent — from them — and deciding factors for what you're allowed to rent will include things like your carbon credits and social credit score.
Gone will be the days of putting in a day's work, receiving a paycheck and spending it to your heart's content. No, the digital currency will be programmable, so the issuer can decide when and what you can spend it on, based on the data in your digital identity. This will all be automated and run by AI, of course, so there won't be anyone to complain to.
What the Green Revolution Is All About
While "going green" sounds and feels like the right thing to do, it's becoming imperative for people to understand what the green agenda is really all about. Shocking as it may sound, the green agenda was invented, fabricated, by the Club of Rome (a scientific think tank allied with the WEF) to justify a depopulation agenda.9
The need for population control is described in the 1972 book, "The Limits to Growth,"10 which warned that "if the world's consumption patterns and population growth continued at the same high rates of the time, the earth would strike its limits within a century."
Then, in the 1991 book, "The First Global Revolution,"11 the Club of Rome argued that depopulation policies might gain widespread support if they could be linked to an existential fight against a common enemy. An excerpt from "The First Global Revolution" reads:12
"In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill."
So, in plain English, the intended result of "going green" is depopulation. This intention is now finally becoming visible when you consider the implications of eliminating oil and gas production without having viable alternatives in place, which is what Biden and other global leaders are in the process of doing.
Not only do you need oil to make fertilizer, but we also don't have farm equipment that can run on solar or wind power. So, food production essentially grinds to a halt. Heavy construction machinery also can't run on these alternative sources of energy, so there go the infrastructure and home building businesses.
To many, it seems these global leaders are acting out of ignorance, but it's quite possible their actions are intentional. It's just that no one wants to consider that the intention is to harm as many people as possible — to actually rid the planet of soon-to-be "useless" people.
It may be quite chilling to realize that the climate change threat narrative was cooked up in the late 1980s for the sole purpose of being able to implement a global depopulation agenda without stirring up excessive resistance. But depopulation and eugenics are at the heart of what the WEF and its allies are trying to achieve.
The WEF even admits they're using the Club of Rome's "planetary emergency plan" to provide "a new compass for nations" to follow.13 So, the WEF and its allied nations are all following a plan that has depopulation as an admitted intended end result.
Phase 2 of the Great Reset: War
As I discussed in "Phase 2 of the Great Reset: War," the drums of war are also part and parcel of The Great Reset plan. Why? Because war will accelerate the economic collapse required before nations can "Build Back Better."14 The conflict between Russia and Ukraine is helping to catalyze The Great Reset in a number of different ways.
For starters, supply chains of all kinds are being disrupted at an unprecedented level and pace by the war between Russia and Ukraine. Fuel shortages and inflation are also taking off. Geopolitical tensions may also trigger stagflation, an economic situation in which inflation and unemployment rates are high while economic growth slows.15
It's a precarious dilemma for economic policy, because strategies that help lower inflation can also make unemployment worse. You can learn more about this in the March 10, 2022, Conversation article, "Why Stagflation Is an Economic Nightmare."16
The end result is increased dependence on government subsidies, and this is a clear goal of The Great Reset. Universal basic income is one planned strategy that will create dependency. It will also ensure we're all equally poor and unable to threaten their monopoly on power and wealth.
Universal poverty is really what they mean when they talk about making the world "fair and equitable." No one will have anything. Everyone will be equally poor and dependent, without hope of ever being able to rise into the "elite" technocratic class.
The Ukraine war is also reducing Europe's reliance on Russian energy, thereby reinforcing the urgency of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. In lockstep with The Great Reset, policymakers around the world are using the sanctions against the Russian energy sector to accelerate the transition to "green" energy, the intention behind which is what I just discussed.
Russia's decision to block exports of fertilizer and food crops in response to being deplatformed from the Swift system will also create food shortages, and this too plays right into the Great Reset plan. In recent years, we've been urged by Great Reset front men like Bill Gates to stop eating real meat and switch to synthetic lab-grown meat instead.
Making people reliant on patented synthetic food will benefit the globalists in more ways than one. People will get sicker, and hence more reliant on government aid. They'll be dependent on food produced by monopolies and hence easier to control. And, over time, as people forget how to grow and raise food, the ability to control the global population will increase.
In addition to all of this, media are chumming the waters with fearporn about monkeypox — just in time for the push to relinquish national sovereignty to the World Health Organization, which is also allied with the WEF.
In closing, Michael Osterholm's report from the 2010 Davos meeting, which was aflame with talks about pandemic planning, having just gone through the 2009/2010 swine flu pandemic is quite telling. All those years ago, he wrote:17
"I learned much in Davos, but I was troubled by the complete lack of attention to such critical questions as:
  • How do we protect global supply chains when we face another inevitable pandemic that could bring about widespread, severe illness? ...
  • How do we take the lessons we've learned from our experience with H1N1 and embed them into our organizations so they're not forgotten?
Instead, the tenor of the conversations at Davos was about globalization ..."
Twelve years ago, the Davos billionaires, bankers and heads of state had the opportunity to prove they were capable of stewarding this Earth ship. But after the swine flu pandemic, they didn't solve the problems that had become apparent.
They didn't solve the supply chain issues, and we had the same but worse issues when COVID came along. The only thing they solved was how to silence the critics. Back then, there was talk that "heads should roll" because of mismanagement of the pandemic.
Well, no heads rolled. Everything stayed the same, and now we've gone through two years of the worst pandemic mismanagement imaginable. Now, the globalist cabal is pushing for the inept WHO to become the sole decision-maker in pandemics, which the WHO would be able to declare at will, based on its own definitions. We're at a very dangerous crossroads.
We have to remember, though, that the fate of the world is not for Schwab and the Davos crowd to decide. It's ours. If we do not resist their plans, we've made the choice to accept their version of the future.


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Researchers have come up with an ingenious idea to tackle our renewable energy storage woes — effectively turning skyscrapers into massive gravity-powered batteries.

A team from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) in Austria suggest to take advantage of the vertical height of tall buildings, a system they've dubbed the Lift Energy Storage Technology (LEST).

The idea is to have autonomous robots load heavy ballasts into existing elevators when demand for power is low and store them at the top of the building. When energy usage peaks, these weights could then be added back to the elevators and lowered back down, generating extra electricity through a generator.
 

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Scientism, Not Science, Rules the Roost
Analysis by Dr. Joseph MercolaFact Checked
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STORY AT-A-GLANCE
As technocracy and transhumanism have risen to the fore, they have brought with them their own form of science — “scientism” — which is basically the religion of science. In other words, it’s a belief even in the absence of evidence, or in the face of contrary evidence, and this is a very serious problem
The clearest problem with the admonition to “believe the science” is that bona fide experts are found on all sides of any given empirical question
The scientific priesthood is intolerant to new ideas while, simultaneously, search engines and digitization of scientific literature have eroded their authority as gatekeepers of knowledge
The way things look right now, the gatekeepers to the scientific priesthood don’t seem to have any intention to open its doors to outsiders and independent thinkers. If anything, they’re trying to massively increase their control over the information we’re allowed to see and share, even to the point of proposing the creation of certifying boards to police physicians’ sharing of medical opinions
The idea that a group of people can be the sole arbiters of “truth” is irrational. Individual biases always creep in, and the greater the influence of such a group, the more ingrained and dogmatic those biases will become, until the system is corrupted to the core. One could argue that dogmatic faith in nonexistent scientific consensuses is the reason for why we are where we are today
Science has long been regarded as a stronghold of logic and reason. Scientists don’t draw conclusions based on emotions, feelings or sheer faith. It’s all about building a body of reproducible evidence. Well, that’s what it used to be, but as technocracy and transhumanism have risen to the fore, it has brought with it its own form of science — “scientism” — which is basically the religion of science. Sheldon Richman with The Libertarian Institute writes:1

“The popular slogan today is ‘Believe in science.’ It’s often used as a weapon against people who reject not science in principle but rather one or another prominent scientific proposition, whether it be about the COVID-19 vaccine, climate change ... to mention a few ...

The clearest problem with the admonition to ‘believe in science’ is that ... well-credentialed scientists — that is, bona fide experts — are found on both (or all) sides of a given empirical question ... Moreover, no one, not even scientists, are immune from group-think and confirmation bias ...

Apparently, under the believers’ model of science, truth comes down from a secular Mount Sinai (Mount Science?) thanks to a set of anointed scientists, and those declarations are not to be questioned. The dissenters can be ignored because they are outside the elect. How did the elect achieve its exalted station? Often, but not always, it was through the political process ...

But that’s not science; it’s religion, or at least it’s the stereotype of religion that the ‘science believers’ oppose in the name of enlightenment. What it yields is dogma and, in effect, accusations of heresy. In real science, no elect and no Mount Science exists.

Real science is a rough-and-tumble process of hypothesizing, public testing, attempted replication, theory formation, dissent and rebuttal, refutation (perhaps), revision (perhaps), and confirmation (perhaps). It’s an unending process, as it obviously must be ...

The institutional power to declare matters settled by consensus opens the door to all kinds of mischief that violate the spirit of science and potentially harm the public financially and otherwise.”

Technocracy News also added a comment2 to Richman’s article, noting that “Scientism is at the root of both technocracy and transhumanism, indicating that the revolution waged against the world is religious in nature.”

Whether the war against humanity is truly underpinned by religion or not is open for debate and interpretation. But what is clear is that something has shifted science away from its conventional foundation into something that very much resembles religious faith. In other words, it’s a belief even in the absence of evidence, or in the face of contrary evidence, and this is a very serious problem.

Scientific Gatekeeping as a Priesthood
In “Against Scientific Gatekeeping,”3 published in the May 2022 issue of Reason magazine, Dr. Jeffrey Singer argues that “science should be a profession, not a priesthood.” Indeed, yet that’s basically what it has become. Singer starts out by reviewing the early discovery of hydroxychloroquine as a treatment against COVID-19, and the subsequent demonization of anyone who supported its off-label use.

He then goes on to discuss the scientific priesthood’s intolerance to new ideas while, simultaneously, “search engines and the digitization of scientific literature have forever eroded their authority as gatekeepers of knowledge.” He writes:4

“Most people prefer experts, of course, especially when it comes to health care ... But a problem arises when some of those experts exert outsized influence over the opinions of other experts and thereby establish an orthodoxy enforced by a priesthood. If anyone, expert or otherwise, questions the orthodoxy, they commit heresy. The result is groupthink, which undermines the scientific process.

The COVID-19 pandemic provided many examples. Most medical scientists, for instance, uncritically accepted the epidemiological pronouncements of government-affiliated physicians who were not epidemiologists. At the same time, they dismissed epidemiologists as ‘fringe’ when those specialists dared to question the conventional wisdom ...

The deference to government-endorsed positions is probably related to funding ... President Dwight Eisenhower ... warned that ‘we should be alert to the ... danger that public policy could itself become captive of a scientific technological elite.’ Today we face both problems ...

It is easy to understand why the scientific priesthood views the democratization of health care opinions as a threat to its authority and influence. In response, medical experts typically wave the flag of credentialism: If you don't have an M.D. or another relevant advanced degree, they suggest, you should shut up and do as you're told.

But credentials are not always proof of competence, and relying on them can lead to the automatic rejection of valuable insights ... Scott Atlas, a former chief of neuroradiology at Stanford Medical School, has published and critically reviewed hundreds of medical research papers. He is a member of the Nominating Committee for the Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology.

Yet when Atlas commented on COVID-19 issues, the priesthood and its journalistic entourage derided him because he is ‘not an infectious disease expert’ — as if a 30-year career in academic medicine does not provide enough background to understand and analyze public health data. Why? Because this physician had the temerity to contradict the public health establishment.”

The Need to Reassess Dogmatic Thinking
Singer reviews several other examples of bonafide experts who got thrown under the proverbial bus by the medical priesthood during the years of COVID, and highlights instances where we can now, rather conclusively, prove that public health officials made bad calls.

Several studies have concluded that lockdowns had no beneficial impact on infection rates and COVID deaths, for example, while disproportionally harming the young and the poor. Yet no one has publicly admitted this strategy was an unwise one that should be permanently abandoned and never repeated.

Many studies have also demonstrated that natural immunity is better than the COVID jab, yet no changes have been made to the official recommendation to inject everyone, whether COVID recovered or not.

“Just as public health officials must abandon a ‘zero COVID’ strategy and accept that the virus will be endemic, the science priesthood must adapt to a world where specialized knowledge has been democratized,” Singer writes.5

“For scientific knowledge to advance, scientists must reach a rapprochement with the uncredentialed. They must not dismiss lay hypotheses or observations out of hand. They must fight against the understandable desire to avoid any hypothesis that might upset the health bureaucrats who control billions of research grant dollars.

It is always useful to challenge and reassess long-held premises and dogmas. People outside of a field might provide valuable perspectives that can be missed by those within it.”

Effort to Muzzle Doctors Continues
The way things look right now, the gatekeepers to the scientific priesthood don’t seem to have any intention to open its doors to outsiders and independent thinkers.

If anything, they’re trying to massively increase their control over the information we’re allowed to see and share, even to the point of proposing the creation of private medical certifying boards to police physicians’ sharing of medical opinions online and elsewhere. In a May 31, 2022, Substack article, independent medical journalist Paul Thacker writes:6

“This of course, is laughable. We have plenty of evidence that medical boards are incapable of regulating physician behavior simply by looking at the history of drug scandals in America, none of which could have occurred without the complicity of corrupt doctors — few if any of whom were later sanctioned by their own profession.

Anyone notice a medical board going after Duke University’s Dr. Ralph Snyderman for aiding the Sacklers’ opioid scheme and helping spread disinformation that these highly addictive drugs are NOT ... highly addictive?

Of course not. Snyderman built up Duke University into the 3rd most prestigious medical school in the States. Despite spreading disinformation about opioids that killed tens of thousands of Americans, he's obviously a great doctor ...

Oddly enough, one of the most prolific tweeters on COVID-19 vaccines is Baylor University’s Dr. Peter Hotez. And while Hotez has spread disinformation about vaccines — in one example, stating that vaccines mandates were never going to happen and were just a dog whistle by anti-vaccine groups — don’t expect any state medical board to come after him.

The reality is that, during the pandemic, the medical profession has become cheerleaders for vaccines, not skeptics. So when a couple MDs write an essay in the NEJM saying we need to confront COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, you automatically know they don’t mean someone like Hotez who has tweeted vaccine misinformation, but who has also religiously promoted COVID-19 vaccines.”

Thacker goes on to detail the history of Dr. Edward Michna, who has spent a large portion of his career promoting and defending the use of opioids for several different drug companies. He’s also conducted several pain trials involving opioids, and despite having received many tens of thousands of dollars from opioid makers, he didn’t disclose those competing interests.

“In coming months, documents will be released, further explaining what the opioid manufacturers did. But nothing … NOTHING will happen to Dr. Edward Michna for defending these companies,” Thacker writes.7 “That’s why nobody should believe ... the idea that doctors can regulate doctors. Doctors have had forever to do this, and they continually fail.”

Without Free Discourse, Science Dies
It seems the moral of all these stories is that without free discourse, science cannot flourish and falsehoods become harder to weed out. Free speech is a requirement for any well-functioning system, whether we’re talking about politics, medicine, science or anything else.

One could argue that dogmatic faith in nonexistent scientific consensuses is the reason for why we are where we are today. Gatekeepers to the scientific priesthood have already allowed science to be corrupted to the point its barely recognizable. The answer, then, is not more of the same, but less.
The idea that a group of people, no matter how well-intended, can be the sole arbiters of “truth” is irrational on its face, because who among us can claim to know all there is to know? Individual biases always creep in, and the greater the influence of such a group, the more ingrained and dogmatic those biases will become, until the system is corrupted to the core.

One could argue that dogmatic faith in nonexistent scientific consensuses is the reason for why we are where we are today. Gatekeepers to the scientific priesthood have already allowed science to be corrupted to the point its barely recognizable. The answer, then, is not more of the same, but less. We need less censorship and more open-minded sharing of viewpoints, opinions and interpretations.

And when it comes to creating medical boards to police medical “misinformation” shared by doctors, we already know how that would work out. While Thacker doesn’t mention this, many doctors have been targeted by various professional boards, including state medical boards, for publicly opposing COVID measures such as mask and COVID shot mandates. I discussed this in “Medical Boards Hunting Down Doctors Over Mask Mandates.”

Transforming the Health Care System
In his book, “Curable: How an Unlikely Group of Radical Innovators Is Trying to Transform Our Health Care System,” Travis Christofferson addresses questions such as: “What has happened to American health care?” and “What are the foundational disruptions or corruptions in the system?”

His book, in some ways, is based on the theory promoted in Michael Lewis’ book and subsequent film, “Moneyball.” It describes how you can use statistics to massively improve a flawed system.

“Moneyball” showed how, within a simple game of baseball, you can have massive inefficiencies, and by taking away the human biases and just applying statistics to find what is undervalued, you can massively boost the performance of a team.

When I interviewed Christofferson about his book, he offered several examples of how statistics and removal of human biases can be used in the same way to improve inefficiencies within the medical system. For example, the diabetic drug metformin has “massive repositories of data” suggesting it can be useful against a plethora of chronic diseases, including cancer, and it’s extremely affordable.

The reason it’s rarely prescribed for any of these other indications is because there’s a financial motivation to capitalize on more expensive treatments, even if they don’t work well. By focusing on undervalued treatments and low-cost prevention, health care costs could be driven way down, while simultaneously improving patient outcomes.

Another example comes from Geisinger Health in Pennsylvania. By introducing a Fresh Food Farmacy for Type 2 diabetics, Geisinger Health was able to reduce its per-year outlays and cost for Type 2 diabetics by a whopping 80%. Patients with prediabetes or Type 2 diabetes are given a prescription for fresh, whole foods, and allowed two free meals a day from the Farmacy, along with intensive care and educational support.

A third example is Intermountain Health. In addition to paying its doctors a fixed salary plus bonuses based on patients’ health outcomes, they also assess differences between treatments to see which works best.

For example, patients are always given antibiotics before surgery, but it’s never been established when the optimal time to administer the drugs is. Intermountain compared medical records, finding the optimal time was two hours before surgery, which cut their surgical infection rate by more than half.

Bias Corrupts and Corruption Is Inherently Destructive
These are all examples of how we can effectively and efficiently move medicine forward. By silencing debate and discussion, and by ignoring data and statistics, which has become the norm in this COVID era, the conventional health care system is headed for collapse.

This seems particularly true when you consider hospitals have, over the past two years, completely shredded patients’ trust by mistreating and outright killing COVID-19 patients with the most dangerous treatments available. Rather than collaborating with peers, most doctors have blindly followed financially-driven and politically biased protocols handed down from the reigning “priesthood,” and the results have been nothing short of disastrous.

Speaking of disastrous, California has introduced a bill8 that will strip doctors of their medical licenses if they express medical views that the state does not agree with, basically reducing medicine to a state-sanctioned one-size-fits-all endeavor. Absolutely nothing good can come of such a plan. I discussed this in “Bill Seeks to Muzzle Doctors Who Tell the Truth About COVID.”

This bill, AB-2098, was passed by House vote (53 to 20), May 26, 2022, and is currently in the Senate.9 If this law is passed in California, we will probably begin to see similar or identical bills introduced in other states as well.

If your trust in doctors has already waned, implementation of such a law is sure to carpet bomb whatever trust is left into oblivion, because all you’ll be able to get, no matter who you go to, is the state-sponsored opinion. What happens then? How do we care for our health if our doctors are legally prevented from giving us their best advice? This is such a radical departure from sanity and sound practice that it’s hard to even imagine what medicine will look like at that point.

The answer, I believe, will be for good, caring medical professionals to start building parallel health care systems, such as those detailed in Christofferson’s book, “Curable.” We may also have to take on greater responsibility for finding solutions to our own health problems. “Take control of your health” has been my motto and tagline since I started this website, but it’s more important now than ever.

In years past, one of the greatest risks a patient faced was a doctor lacking nutritional know-how. In the future, the greatest risk could be doctors outright lying to you, even to the point of sending you to a more or less certain death, just to stay in practice. I hope it won’t come to that. But prevent it, we must resist and oppose these kinds of treacherous plots wherever and whenever they crop up.
 

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I'm going to add this to your thread, my friend. Though it's technically not "technocracy", to me it seems just as creepy as a bunch of pedos building the control grid for prison planet.

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AI program baffles researchers
A text-to-image program appears to have developed its own language that no one can understand
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Researchers have been left baffled after the latest program by OpenAI, an artificial intelligence systems developer, appears to have created a language which only it can understand.
DALL-E2 is a self-learning text-to-image generator launched in January 2022, its main function is to use text prompts provided by users and produce a picture to match the words along with subtitles.
However, according to Computer Science PhD student Giannis Daras, one of DALL-E2’s limitations has been the ability to produce text as it is only able to return nonsense words when prompted.
In a paper published on the science archive, Arxiv, earlier this month, Daras provided an example of this limitation, stating that feeding the program the prompt “two farmers talking about vegetables, with subtitles” returns an image that has two farmers talking to each other while holding some vegetables in their hands, but the text that appears in the image seems to be complete gibberish.
A known limitation of DALLE-2 is that it struggles with text. For example, the prompt: "Two farmers talking about vegetables, with subtitles" gives an image that appears to have gibberish text on it. However, the text is not as random as it initially appears... (2/n) pic.twitter.com/B3e5qVsTKu
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But researchers have now realized that there might be much more to the program’s seemingly incomprehensible words. “We discovered that this produced text output is not random, but rather reveals a hidden vocabulary that the model seems to have developed internally,” wrote Daras.
He also provided another example: asking the program to produce “an image of the word plane” would often lead to generated images that depicted gibberish text. However, feeding that text back to the AI frequently resulted in images of airplanes.
Daras’s hypothesis is that the AI seems to have developed its own vocabulary and assigned meaning to certain words that it itself had produced, such as in the case with the farmers, who were talking about vegetables and birds.
But although it might be impressive, Daras doesn’t seem to be too thrilled about the idea, saying that if he is correct about the AI’s ability to produce its own language, it could pose serious security challenges for the text-to-image generator.
“The first security issue relates to using these gibberish prompts as backdoor adversarial attacks or ways to circumvent filters,” he wrote in his paper. “Currently, Natural Language Processing systems filter text prompts that violate the policy rules and gibberish prompts may be used to bypass these filters.”
“More importantly, absurd prompts that consistently generate images challenge our confidence in these big generative models,”
he added.
However, Daras’s paper has yet to be peer-reviewed and some researchers have questioned his findings, with one stating that the AI doesn’t always seem to work in the described fashion.
Research Analyst Benjamin Hilton says he asked the generator to show two whales talking about food, with subtitles. At first, DALL-E2 failed to return any decipherable text, so the researcher pressed on until it finally did.
Hilton stated that “‘Evve waeles’ is either nonsense, or a corruption of the word ‘whales’. Giannis got lucky when his whales said ‘Wa ch zod rea’ and that happened to generate pictures of food.” He added that some phrases, like “3D render” often gave completely different results, suggesting that they do not mean the exact same thing.
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Nevertheless, Hilton admitted that a proper peer review of Daras’s paper could reveal a lot more and insisted that there could still be something to his claims, as the gibberish phrase “Apoploe vesrreaitais” consistently returns images of birds.
DALL-E2 is not the first AI to show signs of developing a language, previously Google Translate AI, which uses a neural network to translate between some of the most popular languages, appeared to have also created its own artificial vocabulary that it used to translate between languages in which it was not explicitly trained.
Facebook’s AI also seemed to have developed a form of internal communication, after two chatbots began talking in a way that was completely incomprehensible to humans. In fact, it got so far ahead so fast that researchers decided to pull the plug before it could develop any further.
Facebook’s programmers insisted that they wanted the AI bots to speak in English so that other users could understand them and noted that humans would never be able to keep up with the evolution of an AI-generated language.
 

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John B. Goodenough (age 98) is the inventor of RAM (Random Access Memory) and the lithium ion battery. Currently he is putting the final touches on his latest masterpiece, the glass battery. The electrolyte is a highly conductive glass formed from lithium hydroxide and lithium chloride and doped with barium, based battery.
Wow. That's quite the age to still be inventing.
 

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Bio-coded directed energy is specifically tuned to an individual's DNA algorithm. A wireless neural processor links to the human brain using the resonant frequency of the targeted individual's DNA. Unless you live in a Faraday cage inside of an underground and shielded bomb-shelter you are not immune.


Niggers in control can turn a shooter on and off with a few keystrokes.

Good luck humans.
 

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Bio-coded directed energy is specifically tuned to an individual's DNA algorithm. A wireless neural processor links to the human brain using the resonant frequency of the targeted individual's DNA. Unless you live in a Faraday cage inside of an underground and shielded bomb-shelter you are not immune.


Niggers in control can turn a shooter on and off with a few keystrokes.

Good luck humans.
What is easier: offering Molotov drinks to the data centers or to the antennas?
When you hear of Internet shutdowns in the liberal media, accusing a regime of taking people offline, consider that the regime was actually trying to save itself and the people.

I don't agree with that DNA explanation, it is fed to victims to give them learned helplessness. Fight back.
 

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Situation in Ukraine
On 24 February, Russia launched a special military operation amid Kiev's ongoing shelling of the DPR and LPR. President Vladimir Putin stated that the op is meant to protect the people of Donbass, and its goal is the complete demilitarisation and denazification of Ukraine.
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Employees of the lab in the village of Sorokovka in Kharkov region tested highly active neuromodulators that caused irreversible damage to the central nervous system as part of the US military bio programme, Lt. Gen. Igor Kirillov, the head of the radiation, chemical and biological defense of the Russian Armed Forces, said.
Sorokovka hosted a branch of the Merefa laboratory, built at the expense of the Pentagon, he said. In Merefa, laboratory staff performed experiments on patients from psychiatric clinics in Kharkov.
"In accordance with the available information, highly active substances of neuromodulators were tested on socially vulnerable citizens of Ukraine, which caused, among other things, irreversible damage to the central nervous system. This is a clear violation of the norms of international treaties in the field of human rights," he said.
This laboratory in Sorokovka, according to the Russian Defense Ministry, was listed as a company for the production of food additives, "with the start of a special military operation, the equipment of the branch under the control of the SBU was taken to the western regions of Ukraine."
Experiments on mentally ill people in Ukraine have been ongoing since at least 2011, one of the curators, US citizen Linda Oporto Alharoun, has repeatedly visited the laboratory near Kharkov, Kirillov said.
He recalled that earlier the ministry had reported that employees of the biological laboratory in Merefa, built with US funding, had conducted experiments on patients of psychiatric clinics in Kharkov in the period from 2019 to 2021. One of the organizers of this illegal activity was US citizen Alharoun.
"Thanks to the documents obtained during the special military operation, we became aware that such studies have been carried out in Ukraine since at least 2011, and Alharoun has repeatedly visited the branch of the Merefa laboratory, built at the expense of the Pentagon in the village of Sorokovka, Kharkov region," he said.

Kirillov added that the United States had confirmed that the Pentagon and biolabs in Ukraine were connected.
"In addition, I would like to draw your attention to the fact that on June 9, the Pentagon's website published an official statement on US biological activities in the post-Soviet space. The US administration acknowledged the fact of financing 46 Ukrainian biological laboratories and the connection of the US Department of Defense with the Ukrainian Science and Technology Center," Kirillov told a briefing, adding that Russia has documents proving between the Ukrainian Defense Ministry and the US on biological laboratories.
Infectious diseases have become more frequent in Donbass after the start of funding of Ukrainian biological programs by the Pentagon in 2015, Kirillov revealed, adding that the incidence of tularemia in the Donetsk People's Republic increased by 9.5 times in 2016 when compared to 2007.
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MIT News: Nanoparticle sensor can distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia.

Nanoparticle sensor can distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia
Using this diagnostic, doctors could avoid prescribing antibiotics in cases where they won’t be effective.
Anne Trafton | MIT News Office
Publication Date: June 13, 2022
Many different types of bacteria and viruses can cause pneumonia, but there is no easy way to determine which microbe is causing a particular patient’s illness. This uncertainty makes it harder for doctors to choose effective treatments because the antibiotics commonly used to treat bacterial pneumonia won’t help patients with viral pneumonia. In addition, limiting the use of antibiotics is an important step toward curbing antibiotic resistance.

MIT researchers have now designed a sensor that can distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia infections, which they hope will help doctors to choose the appropriate treatment.

“The challenge is that there are a lot of different pathogens that can lead to different kinds of pneumonia, and even with the most extensive and advanced testing, the specific pathogen causing someone’s disease can’t be identified in about half of patients. And if you treat a viral pneumonia with antibiotics, then you could be contributing to antibiotic resistance, which is a big problem, and the patient won’t get better,” says Sangeeta Bhatia, the John and Dorothy Wilson Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT and a member of MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research and Institute for Medical Engineering and Science.

In a study of mice, the researchers showed that their sensors could accurately distinguish bacterial and viral pneumonia within two hours, using a simple urine test to read the results.

Bhatia is the senior author of the study, which appears this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Melodi Anahtar ’16, PhD ’22 is the lead author of the paper.

Signatures of infection

One reason why it has been difficult to distinguish between viral and bacterial pneumonia is that there are so many microbes that can cause pneumonia, including the bacteria Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus influenzae, and viruses such as influenza and respiratory syncytial virus (RSV).

In designing their sensor, the research team decided to focus on measuring the host’s response to infection, rather than trying to detect the pathogen itself. Viral and bacterial infections provoke distinctive types of immune responses, which include the activation of enzymes called proteases, which break down proteins. The MIT team found that the pattern of activity of those enzymes can serve as a signature of bacterial or viral infection.

The human genome encodes more than 500 proteases, and many of these are used by cells that respond to infection, including T cells, neutrophils, and natural killer (NK) cells. A team led by Purvesh Khatri, an associate professor of medicine and biomedical data science at Stanford University and one of the authors of the paper, collected 33 publicly available datasets of genes that are expressed during respiratory infections. By analyzing those data, Khatri was able to identify 39 proteases that appear to respond differently to different types of infection.

Bhatia and her students then used those data to create 20 different sensors that can interact with those proteases. The sensors consist of nanoparticles coated with peptides that can be cleaved by particular proteases. Each peptide is labeled with a reporter molecule that is freed when the peptides are cleaved by proteases that are upregulated in infection. Those reporters are eventually excreted in the urine. The urine can then be analyzed with mass spectrometry to determine which proteases are most active in the lungs.

The researchers tested their sensors in five different mouse models of pneumonia, caused by infections of Streptococcus pneumoniae, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, influenza virus, and pneumonia virus of mice.

After reading out the results from the urine tests, the researchers used machine learning to analyze the data. Using this approach, they were able to train algorithms that could differentiate between pneumonia versus healthy controls, and also distinguish whether an infection was viral or bacterial, based on those 20 sensors.

The researchers also found that their sensors could distinguish between the five pathogens they tested, but with lower accuracy than the test to distinguish between viruses and bacteria. One possibility the researchers may pursue is developing algorithms that can not only distinguish bacterial from viral infections, but also identify the class of microbes causing a bacterial infection, which could help doctors choose the best antibiotic to combat that type of bacteria.

The urine-based readout is also amenable to future detection with a paper strip, similar to a pregnancy test, which would allow for point-of-care diagnosis. To this end, the researchers identified a subset of five sensors that could put at-home testing closer within reach. However, more work is needed to determine if the reduced panel would work similarly well in humans, who have more genetic and clinical variability than mice.

Patterns of response

In their study, the researchers also identified some patterns of host response to different types of infection. In mice with bacterial infections, proteases secreted by neutrophils were more prominently seen, which was expected because neutrophils tend to respond more to bacterial infections than viral infections.

Viral infections, on the other hand, provoked protease activity from T cells and NK cells, which usually respond more to viral infections. One of the sensors that generated the strongest signal was linked to a protease called granzyme B, which triggers programmed cell death. The researchers found that this sensor was highly activated in the lungs of mice with viral infections, and that both NK and T cells were involved in the response.

To deliver the sensors in mice, the researchers injected them directly into the trachea, but they are now developing versions for human use that could be administered using either a nebulizer or an inhaler similar to an asthma inhaler. They are also working on a way to detect the results using a breathalyzer instead of a urine test, which could give results even more quickly.

The research was funded, in part, by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Janssen Research and Development, the Koch Institute Support (core) Grant from the National Cancer Institute, and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.
 

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Towards Contactless Silent Speech Recognition Based on Detection of Active and Visible Articulators Using IR-UWB Radar

Scientific paper about using infrared imaging (the rays can reach under the skin) to detect silent speech/inner speech.

Replicating this and using it to show people their inner speech can be stolen would bring awareness to Silicon Valley's surveillance: they are stealing everybody's inner speech to select how their ad algorithms work and also letting terrorists sponsored by them use this for theft and murder.

 

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