Declassified FBI Letter: Nikola Tesla Was Brought To Earth From Venus

The letter mentions how Nikola Tesla successfully invented a device that could be used for Interplanetary Communication. It explains that Tesla Engineers built the device after Tesla died, in 1950, and have been, since that time in close touch with ‘Space-Ships’. Furthermore, the document from the FBI mentions how Tesla was a Venusian who was brought to Earth as a baby, in 1856 and was left in the care of Mr. and Mrs. Tesla in a mountain province in the former Republic of Yugoslavia, modern-day Croatia. Everyone loves a conspiracy, and what better conspiracy than to suggest that Nikola Tesla, one of the greatest scientific minds who ever lived on Earth was an alien. This is mentioned in a declassified document by the FBI, freely available here. Declassified documents published by the FBI in their online Vault mention a number of interesting things about Nikola Tesla. The document is […] Read More

Precog Crime Fighting: The A.I. Approach vs the PSI Approach

Do we live in dangerous times? It depends who you ask: To a neo-Hobbesian like Steven Pinker we’ve never lived more safely in all of human history,  but survivors of mass shootings might beg to differ though… One thing is for sure, and that is the approach to police work has radically changed in the last decades, thanks to modern technology. We have filled our streets with surveillance cameras which will soon be enabled with face-recognition capabilities. And DNA-testing of evidence gathered at crime scenes is even helping find culprits who might have walked free not too long ago. All of these tools are useful after a crime has been committed, but the ultimate holy grail of crime fighting is to prevent the act before it even happens. Sometimes that can be accomplished through clever investigation that prevents a plot involving several delinquents who have clumsily left a trail […] Read More

Computers Possessing Humans and Our Perception of AI

We live in an age where reliance on computers, machines, and artificial intelligence is becoming stronger and more commonplace, inescapable to the point that society would cease to function as we know it without these things. As we progress on into the future there is every indication that these artificial intelligences will continue to evolve to the point that they equal us and perhaps even surpass us. Far from strictly the realm of science fiction, this is almost a certainty at the rate we are progressing, and it is at the stage now where we are learning that we are perhaps unprepared for what we will encounter in this hazy, unexplored domain lying before us. At least one group of researchers has realized that we are approaching a time when we will be faced with advanced AI in a realistic human form, and they have gone about testing how […] Read More

A Google AI Learns to Walk

 A Google AI using a model of a human learned to walk. Here’s how it looks: [embedded content] Don’t be surprised if you see machines walking around like this someday. TrueStrange.com Related articles 1956: Ombues near Viale, Entre Rios, Argentina Close Encounter 2013: Peru’s Government Launches Official UFO Investigation Department – Article – Think AboutIt – Docs 2003: UFOs OVER CARACAS Natural Treatments for Asthma and COPD Our Multidimensional 12 Chakra System of the 5th Dimension 1956: Choisy Le Roi France Alien Encounter 1955: Glendale, California Sighting

Robots Will Either Kill, Enslave or Save Humans

Should we fear robots or embrace them? That question gets more difficult to answer every day as new announcements are released about robotic achievements and advances in artificial intelligence. Just in the past week we’ve seen a realistic robotic dog that can open a door and fight off a human who tries to stop it, a realistic walking humanoid robot that puts out fires, a call to equip robots with kill switches, a warning that robots will use humans as guinea pigs and a call to be cautious rather than dystopic. Which one is it? Boston Dynamics, a world leader in robotics, released two videos of one of its latest inventions – a four-legged SpotMini robot dog that can open a door with its ‘mouth’. The popular first video shows how cute the robotic pet looks as it grabs the knob without the usual canine slobber, while the second, […] Read More

First ‘Mind-Reading’ AI Can Literally See Your Thoughts

Last month, AI researchers at computing hardware manufacturer Nvidia developed a neural network which was able to ‘imagine’ scenes or images it had never seen before. This, naturally, led to a great deal of nervous hand-wringing by neo-Luddites worried that artificial intelligence will somehow make human beings obsolete or begin to distort our perception of reality in strange, terrifying new ways. Now, a team of Japanese computer scientists has taken things one step further into the nightmare realm by developing an AI that can literally see your thoughts. As usual, I just have to wonder: what could go wrong? As usual, a whole lot could go wrong. The system works by attaching to individual’s heads fMRI scanners which can detect changes in blood flow within the brain. The signals from the scanners are analyzed in real time by an incredibly advanced neural network which is then able to actually visualize […] Read More

Water-Powered Car Inventor Dies in A Restaurant Screaming ‘They Poisoned Me’

Did you know that water-powered cars have existed for years? If you didn’t, it’s probably because they haven’t been given proper media coverage. What’s even odder, their inventors were either intimidated into ceasing their work, or died under mysterious circumstances. Among the latter was Stanley Meyer, a US inventor who designed a water fuel device, claiming that any car fitted with it could run purely on water. It was believed that this vehicle could run across the USA on 22 gallons of water. Meyer specifically emphasized that tap water, purified or salt water could be used as fuel for the engine. Meyer was convinced that his work had been accepted since the Pentagon expressed interested in it and plans were being made to honour him for it. In addition, The British Advanced Energy Institute sent a delegation to study his work. They confirmed this: “We recently sent a delegation […] Read More

‘I’m A Defeated Man. I Wanted To Illuminate The Whole Earth. ” Tesla Says In Near End-Of-Life Interview

Nikola Tesla was born in Croatia and only came to the US at the age of 28. Even though his English was not perfect, he was fluent in 8 different languages: Serbo-Croatian, English, Czech, German, French, Hungarian, Italian and Latin. Linguists refer to such a person as a “hyper polyglot”, or someone who can speak more than six languages with great proficiency. The following interview dates back to 1899: Tesla: Yes, these are some of my most important discoveries. I’m a defeated man. I have not accomplished the greatest thing I could. Journalist: What is it, Mr. Tesla? Tesla: I wanted to illuminate the whole earth. There is enough electricity to become a second sun. Light would appear around the equator, as a ring around Saturn. I am part of a light, and it is the music. The Light fills my six senses: I see it, hear, feel, smell, […] Read More

Here’s How to Delete Yourself from the Internet – at the Click of a Button

In our smartphone-obsessed digital age, we effectively live our entire lives online, which makes us increasingly vulnerable to unseen threats.  Cyber crime, fraud and identity theft are exponentially growing concerns. Our personal lives, locations, and increasingly our passwords are made public online for anyone to find. If the highly invasive Investigatory Powers Bill (AKA the Snooper’s Charter) isn’t blocked, then every single digital move you make will be recorded for up to 12 months. Also, infinite junk mails. But erasing your digital trace from the World Wide Web can seem overwhelming, especially since each person has on average 1,000,000,000 preferences, passwords, subscriptions and linked accounts. So how would you go about tracking them all down? In step two Swedish developers, with the easy-assemble, Ikea-style approach.  Wille Dahlbo and Linus Unnebäck have created Deseat.me, which allows you to log in with a Google account, and immediately see which apps and services are linked to it. The genius part is, instead […] Read More

This Creepy Patent Proves They Can Remotely Hijack Your Nervous System [Video]

[embedded content] Most people do not have any idea as to how ‘the powers that should not be’ have managed to manipulate and control their population. It’s seems just too nefarious to most to even imagine that there is actually technology out there that has the sole purpose …to control. Well, watch this video and you will be brought further down the rabbit hole of truth ..and it’s a not a very pretty one. There’s a reason they call it Television “Programming” …. Via Truth stream Media: Related articles The Kardashev Scale – Type I, II, III, IV & V Civilization Paradoxical Ascension Symptoms – Am I Going Crazy? Channelling 101: From Disincarnated Beings, From the Higher Self and Those Faking It Natural Treatments for Asthma and COPD 1955: Glendale, California Sighting 1956: Ombues near Viale, Entre Rios, Argentina Close Encounter This Amazing Study Shows How Humans Can Sense A Force […] Read More

Working Fusion Reactor May Have Solved World’s Energy Crisis

Harnessing the power of nuclear fusion may require holding on to a little heat, about 100 million degrees Celsius (180 million degrees Fahrenheit) or so, but for a team out of the UK, it’s no big deal. Tokamak Energy, a British energy company, has built a working fusion reactor which has the potential to heat plasma up to 100 million degrees Centigrade, which is about seven times hotter than the Sun’s core. Why so hot? At that temperature, hydrogen atoms begin to fuse into helium; the result is a massive surge of limitless clean energy. According to Tokamak’s CEO, Dr. David Kingham, We are unveiling the first world-class controlled fusion device to have been designed, built and operated by a private venture. The ST40 is a machine that will show fusion temperatures – 100 million degrees – are possible in compact, cost-effective reactors. This will allow fusion power to […] Read More

Breakthrough Artificial Photosynthesis Cleans Polluted Air, Makes Energy

An invention by scientists at the University of Central Florida turns greenhouse gases into clean air, producing fuel at the same time. By mixing titanium with organic molecules, they created metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) tuned to blue light. These ‘light-harvesting antennae’ created reactions which turned CO2 into two reduced forms of carbon, formate and formamides, described as two kinds of solar fuel. … the system could one day be set up next to facilities that emit large amounts of carbon dioxide, where it would capture the CO2 and break it down into harmless organic materials, creating solar fuel in the process. … ‘This work is a breakthrough,’ said UCF Assistant Professor Fernando Uribe-Romo. ‘Tailoring materials that will absorb a specific color of light is very difficult from the scientific point of view… While scientists have long investigated the idea, it’s remained difficult to find a way for visible light to […] Read More

What You Should Know About The First Man-Made UFO

By Latest UFO Sightings Nikola Tesla is considered as a man way ahead of time than average people with his inventions, ideas, and creativity. He is recognized as one of the most innovative, at the same time, one of the most mysterious men who ever lived. Present technology is believed to be considerably worse if not for the invention and research done by Tesla in his time. Because of his advanced thinking, some conspiracy theorists stated that there’s more to Tesla and he may have had contact with aliens. Nikola Tesla’s advanced technologies had made some experts wonder whether his futuristic inventions were the result of his open mind or he did receive messages from advanced extraterrestrial beings. Tesla had invented so many things way ahead of his time, and one of them was the so-called UFO aircraft. In the first decade of the 20th century, over a hundred […] Read More