‘Beyond Belief’ show with George Noory
Dec06

‘Beyond Belief’ show with George Noory

On a recent podcast called FARcast, George Noory discussed a new internet show he’ll be starring in called ‘Beyond Belief’ that premieres December 14th, 2012. If you go to the link you can get a free two week trial of it to see if you want to subscribe to the show (it costs about $10/month). The Executive Producer is none other than Jay Weidner, so that’s a bonus. The subscription includes access to several...

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The Internet is Giving You ADHD

Huff’s Russel Smith and Michael Foster wrote up an article featuring a light conversation on the topic of how the Internet has already rewired our brains. They have several paragraphs of fluff, so getting down to the only important part of the conversation leads to a citation of a book with this paragraph: In the book, The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to Our Brains, Nicholas Carr cites studies which prove how specific...

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London Begins Big Brother Watch on Internet Users
Apr03

London Begins Big Brother Watch on Internet Users

The conspiracy of SOPA, PIPA, and ACTA is that the government (or the shadowy reptilians, however deep down the hole you’d like to go) is trying to spy on the citizens through the internet they use. These acts have all had setbacks, but if David Icke has ever taught me anything, it’s that they will continue to push what they want until they get it. And they will ALL push for it, one country after another. And so it starts...

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Google Goggles One Step Closer to Embedded Internet on Eye
Feb24

Google Goggles One Step Closer to Embedded Internet on Eye

Ray Kurweil predicted we’d have embedded screens on our cornea with which we’d be able to access the internet. The screens can be powered through body heat and access city wide wi-fi systems. Well, Google pushed that one step closer to reality with their Google Goggles. These glasses will use a camera that monitors the world around the user and relays information about friends, buildings, etc. nearby. It’s reminiscent of Minority...

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Internet Could be Our New Memory Bank
Jan25

Internet Could be Our New Memory Bank

There is a study that found that people will tend to not store information and data to memory if they know that they can simply look it up online. Ray Kurzweil wrote in his “Spiritual Age of Machines” about a future timeline in which we’ll have embedded internet access in our brain and be able to see the screen through visual cornea implants. More evidence of a cyborg, transhumanism movement....

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Metadata and How to Program You

Metadata- patterns that predict many personal preferences about a person. It tells the company who you associate with, when, where, and how long you communicate. The average person gives over about 736 pieces of this information to Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint daily. A third party buys this information from them who studies them to assign you a demographic and provide you with advertisements and a tailored search result. Ever notice...

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