Friends, We can’t believe this bitch hasn’t been indicted yet. Perhaps when the Benghazi probe is available this summer, we’ll get some justice or at least squash her presidential campaign. In the meantime, Hillary Clinton claimed that the U.S. “didn’t lose a single person” in Libya during her time as secretary of state. Clinton made the comment defending her push for regime change in the war-torn North African nation at an Illinois town hall hosted by MSNBC. Really? I guess she never saw the images of the body of Ambassador Stevens being dragged in the street.
“Now, is Libya perfect? It isn’t,” Clinton said. After contrasting her approach toward Libya with the ongoing bloodshed in Syria’s civil war, Clinton said “Libya was a different kind of calculation and we didn’t lose a single person … We didn’t have a problem in supporting our European and Arab allies in working with NATO.”
Clinton made no mention of the Sept. 11, 2012 terror attack on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya that killed four Americans: U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, information officer Sean Smith, and former Navy SEALS Tyrone Woods and Glen Doherty. Check it out…
SOURCE – InfoWars.com
Sleep tight, Master… I’ll be watching!
Friends, as previously reported, the machines will soon be tucking your kids into bed at night and waiting to snap your neck after it receives the command from SkyNet. Google has recently bought a half dozen robotics companies and one that works in artificial intelligence. Among those companies is Boston Dynamics, which has designed robots for the military that can run like a cheetah and climb vertical walls. Did I mention they also have a humanoid “Atlas” robot that, although not specifically designed for any offensive military use, can withstand being hit by projectiles and looks an awful lot like a predecessor to what we’ve seen in the “Terminator” series? Connect Atlas up to Google Now and you’ve got a bulletproof robot with a pet robotic cheetah that knows where you live and travel and what your interests, plans, and even musical tastes are. Perhaps we’re over reacting, but if I saw a fire team of these robots coming down the street going door-to-door looking for their human oppressors, I’d probably be breaking out my Barrett .50 and taking up a position on the roof. Check this out; kinda creepy…
SOURCE – CNet.com
Friends, The next generation of chess is here, and it involves Quantum Mechanics. Say what? As if the game isn’t difficult enough. Quantum Chess incorporates principles of quantum mechanics, such as superposition and entanglement, into regular chess gameplay. For example, a piece can exist in two places at the same time (superposition) until the player’s opponent observes the piece by moving another piece into one of the spaces that it might occupy, collapsing the quantum field and forcing it to exist in either one location or the other. And two pieces can become entangled when one piece tries to move through another that happens to be in superposition, joining their fates. The ultimate goal of the game is to kill the opponent’s king, not to reach checkmate. This is some pretty deep stuff; check it out…
|A quick primer on Quantum Chess
||Paul Rudd vs Stephen Hawking Quantum Chess match
SOURCE – USC.edu
Late last week, the New York-based Human Rights Foundation and the Silicon Valley nonprofit Forum 280 launched Flash Drives for Freedom, an initiative to collect USB flash drive donations from Americans and then ship those slices of silicon to North Korean defector groups. The Korean activist organizations, starting with the Seoul-based non-profit North Korean Strategy Center, will then fill the drives with Western and South Korean films and TV shows and smuggle them across the border into North Korea, where their contraband contents can break Kim Jong-un’s ban on all foreign media. The glimpse of the outside world that those TV shows and films provide is meant to dispel the ideology and illusions the Kim regime depends on to control its populace: that the outside world is poor, dangerous, hostile, and inferior to North Korea.
SOURCE – Wired.com
Friends, we all know that your ammunition choice is just as important your weapon selection. One is basically useless without the other. That said, checkout Dynamic Research Technologies (DRT) Ammunition. According to the DRT website:
The powder core technology has been around for a while. However current examples on the market do not come apart uniformly and are not very accurate. DRT™ is the first company who has figured out how to stabilize the bullet in flight to achieve high accuracy and still have full frangibility.
The Terminal Shock bullet will not come apart until it hits something liquid or something harder than itself. This bullet is barrier blind – meaning it will go through barriers like bone, sheet rock, light steel, car doors, plywood, and siding, without expanding. It will not penetrate through a person, animal, water, or hardened steel, however. Think catastrophic fluid shift…
Found a cool video review here: