Tesla Scalar Wave billion watt generator arrays exist and are used for earthquake generation and weather control. People on the ground, before the earthquake event, see ionization in the sky (like the aurora borealis, but visible in the daytime). Then they see what looks like ball lightning striking the ground, then they experience the earthquake or natural disaster. Watch 9:51 Video.
Phi Beta Iota: As with 9/11, this is part of a growing body of public information that calls into question the integrity of all named parties, and suggests the need for weapons of mass destruction inspections in depth (not a phony open house). We regard this video as an earnest personal effort that is very informed but also very incomplete. We include electromagnetic weaponry and neutralization measures in Advanced Cyber/Information Operations. It also qualifies for the IO Idiocy label–the lunacy continues.
The US has a chance to move on from a history of clandestine foreign policy – instead it acts like a clumsy spammer
The Guardian, 17 March 2011
The US government’s plan to use technology to create and manage fake identities for social interaction with terrorists is as appalling as it is amusing. It’s appalling that in this era of greater transparency and accountability brought on by the internet, the US of all countries would try to systematise sock puppetry. It’s appallingly stupid, for there’s little doubt that the fakes will be unmasked. The net result of that will be the diminution, not the enhancement, of American credibility.
But the effort is amusing as well, for there is absolutely no need to spend millions of dollars to create fake identities online. Any child or troll can do it for free. Millions do. If the government insists on paying, it can use salesforce.com to monitor and join in chats. There is no shortage of social management tools marketers are using to find and mollify or drown out complainers. There’s no shortage of social-media gurus, either.
Phi Beta Iota: Neither NSA nor the Cyber-Command know what they are doing. Their careerist managers are going along with acquisitions completely clueless about the inputs, the context, or the outcomes. Spending money is the measure of their power, and that is the sum of all that is wrong with the US Government. For a far more interesting discussion of sock puppetry, see YouTube Sex with Pilots vs. Intelligence Officers. We are creating a new category, IO Idiocy. This is the first entry, but retrospectively the Air Force threats to family on Wikileaks, and the deactivation of USB ports, are both in this category as well.
Cybercom is intended to integrate and coordinate DOD cyber defenses that previously were based in the individual military services. Led by Army Gen. Keith Alexander, Cybercom also oversees offensive cyber capabilities, and that involves developing weapons and the doctrine that governs when and how those weapons can be used. When he took command of Cybercom, Alexander retained his post as director of the nation’s largest intelligence agency, the National Security Agency, which is responsible for signals intelligence and information assurance. Source
Secrecy News reported Monday on strange new guidance from the Air Force Materiel Command declaring that Air Force employees and even their family members could be prosecuted under the Espionage Act for accessing the WikiLeaks web site. On Monday night that new guidance was abruptly withdrawn.
Lt. Col. Richard L. Johnson of Air Force Headquarters released this statement: read statement….
Spencer Ackerman, WIRED Magazine Danger Room, Feburary 7, 2011
“[I]f a family member of an Air Force employee accesses WikiLeaks on a home computer, the family member may be subject to prosecution for espionage under U.S. Code Title 18 Section 793,” the legal guidance reads. “The Air Force member would have an obligation to safeguard the information under the general guidance to safeguard classified information.”
Phi Beta Iota: We do not make this stuff up. If SecDef wants an excuse to dismiss Air Force leadership down to the one-star level, this is it. This is utterly insane, and a clear demonstration of moral and intellectual and leadership vacuum that exists in the US Air Force.
Betrayal, this is.
MakeUseOf.com, 10 December 2010
Google estimates that the Internet today contains about 5 million terabytes of data (1TB = 1,000GB), and claims it has only indexed a paltry 0.04% of it all! You could fit the whole Internet on just 200 million Blu-Ray disks.