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Green Energy Cabal Blind to Africa’s Medical Horror Show

2 December 2022 @ 10:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

When the political elite call for Africa and other developing nations to adopt absurd green energy objectives, consider that they already have blood on their hands.

Google says Android runs better when covered in Rust

2 December 2022 @ 9:30 pm - The Register

Banishing memory safety bugs cuts critical vulnerabilities Google has been integrating code written in the Rust programming language into its Android operating system since 2019 and its efforts have paid off in the form of fewer vulnerabilities.…

FBI warns about Cuba, no, not that one — the ransomware gang

2 December 2022 @ 8:30 pm - The Register

Critical infrastructure attacks ramping up The US government has issued an alert about Cuba; not the state but a ransomware gang that's taking millions in purloined profits.…

US chip group: $52b is not enough, we need an extra $30b in federal funding

2 December 2022 @ 7:30 pm - The Register

We need more free money from the government say silicon salesfolks America's top booster for federal semiconductor aid is arguing that the country needs to spend tens of billions more in silicon incentives to ensure it doesn't lose leadership in chip design to other countries.…

AUDIO: Iain Davis & Jesse Zurawell talk China and Technocracy

2 December 2022 @ 7:00 pm - OffGuardian

In this recent episode of Perspective, host Jesse Zurawell is joined by frequent OffG contributor Iain Davis to discuss his most recent article China: The World’s First Technate. Iain Davis is an author, blogger, researcher and short film maker. You can read more of Iain’s work at his blog IainDavis.com (Formerly InThisTogether), on UK Column …

Twitter tries to lure brands back with spend-matching scheme

2 December 2022 @ 6:30 pm - The Register

Spend $500k and we'll double your money, but please ignore the trolls Twitter is reportedly trying to plug its drop in advertising revenues by concocting a series of inducements to convince some brands that have paused spending on the platform to reopen their wallets.…

Colorful fluid dynamics” and overconfidence in global climate models

2 December 2022 @ 6:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

This situation is related to the replication crisis in science generally, whereby much of the literature is affected by selection and positive results bias.

FCC gives SpaceX OK to launch 7.5k Gen2 Starlink satellites

2 December 2022 @ 5:30 pm - The Register

Subject to conditions: offer only valid if you can get Starship off the ground The FCC has granted SpaceX permission to launch its Gen2 Starlink satellites, assuming it can adhere to a bevy of conditions, including ensuring Musk's expanded satellite constellation doesn't interfere with other space operations or become an environmental risk. …

LIVE at NOON CST: ClimateTV – The #COP27 Failure

2 December 2022 @ 5:26 pm - Watts Up With That?

The United Nations’ COP27 climate change summit has concluded, bringing another year of doomsday predictions, destructive policy promises, and a sharp uptick in private jet use. As the 27th summit,…

AMD says transistor tech will keep Moore’s law alive for 6 to 8 years

2 December 2022 @ 4:30 pm - The Register

'We're going to have lower power, but it's going to cost more' says chipmaker's CTO Chipmaker AMD has hinted that new transistor technology will keep Moore's Law alive for the next six to eight years, but as one might guess, it will cost more.…

IBM set to bump up storage prices outside the US in the new year

2 December 2022 @ 3:30 pm - The Register

Big Blue confirms DS8000 arrays, and various tape libraries and drives will all cost more IBM has announced it is to up the purchase price of a broad range of storage products from Jan 1, making a nice surprise to usher in the New Year for customers.…

The Evil of Coerced Medicine

2 December 2022 @ 2:44 pm - The Pulse

The following is an adapted excerpt from my book “The New Abnormal: The Rise of the Biomedical Security… The post The Evil of Coerced Medicine appeared first on The Pulse.

How to Not Quiet Quit and Live Your Best Life

2 December 2022 @ 2:32 pm - The Pulse

As I stated in the last Modern Philosophy article, the Academy of Ideas (AOI) had a video breaking down the… The post How to Not Quiet Quit and Live Your Best Life appeared first on The Pulse.

Google frees nifty ML image-compression model... but it's for JPEG-XL

2 December 2022 @ 2:30 pm - The Register

Yep. The very same JPEG-XL that's just been axed from Chromium A new application of machine learning looks both clever and handy, as opposed to the more normal properties of being somewhere between privacy-, copyright-, or life-endangering. But before you get too excited, you can't have it.…

Schadenfreuday Funny

2 December 2022 @ 2:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

French and Germans becoming impatient with Climate Limpets

Salesforce calls some workers back to the office amid slowing sales

2 December 2022 @ 1:30 pm - The Register

Months after CEO Benioff said return to office mandates don't work, a bunch told to come in three days a week, take half customer calls in-person Salesforce is calling some staff back to their corporate desk as it tries to counter slowing growth, despite CEO Marc Benioff saying at the start of the year that return to office mandates "don't work."…

Intel offers Irish staff a three-month break from being paid

2 December 2022 @ 12:30 pm - The Register

Chipmaker confirms 'voluntary time-off programs' part of push to reduce costs Chipmaker Intel is offering staff in Ireland the opportunity to take three months' leave from their jobs, with the catch being that it is unpaid. The move is part of cost saving measures at the company.…

Blockchain needs a reason to exist, Boris Johnson tells roomful of blockchain pros

2 December 2022 @ 11:45 am - The Register

As for Twitter, politicians need to grow thick skins and stop mistaking it for advertisement Former British prime minister BoJo has used one of his first speaking engagements since losing that job to appear at a blockchain conference in Singapore, where his expert opinion on the subject boiled down to a belief the public needs to be convinced there's a reason for it to exist.…

Domain aging gang CashRewindo picks vintage sites to push malvertising

2 December 2022 @ 10:59 am - The Register

Like fine wine, the longer it sits, the better it is A sophisticated and very patient threat group behind a global malvertising scheme is using so-called aged domains to skirt past cybersecurity tools and catch victims in investment scams.…

The Tories’ Wind Power Delusion–Matt Ridley

2 December 2022 @ 10:00 am - Watts Up With That?

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood Matt Ridley in the Spectator: A very strange parliamentary rebellion has been taking place with Boris Johnson, Liz Truss…

Mozilla, Microsoft drop TrustCor as root certificate authority

2 December 2022 @ 9:30 am - The Register

'There is no evidence to suggest that TrustCor violated conduct, policy, or procedure' says biz Mozilla and Microsoft have taken action against a certificate authority accused of having close ties to a US military contractor that allegedly paid software developers to embed data-harvesting malware in mobile apps.…

US commerce bosses view EU rules as threat to its clouds

2 December 2022 @ 8:30 am - The Register

Rules haven't been decided yet but others are already kicking up a stink More than a dozen industry associations including the US Chamber of Commerce this week issued a joint statement warning the EU against adopting rules that would effectively exclude US cloud providers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft from doing business in much of Europe.…

The Scritchering

2 December 2022 @ 8:00 am - OffGuardian

Sylvia Shawcross Please note: This is not a humour column so avoid if despondent or if a highly judgmental holier-than-thou arse feeling omnipotent on a keyboard and by just writing that I realize that some people will get their backs up before even reading the piece and I’d like to remind everyone that medical experts …

‘Mother of Internet’ Radia Perlman argues for centralized infrastructure

2 December 2022 @ 7:58 am - The Register

Inventor of the spanning tree protocol gets heretical about blockchain, crypto, and why the broken internet is a blessing in disguise Internet pioneer Radia Perlman has argued in favor of centralized infrastructure, while speaking at the International Symposium on Blockchain Advancements in Singapore on Friday.…

Creator of spec for melting RTX 4090 cables urges Nvidia, others to 'ensure user safety'

2 December 2022 @ 7:30 am - The Register

Testing is your responsibility, not ours, says PCI-SIG Nvidia and other GPU makers have been urged to "ensure end user safety" by the consortium that created the specification for the 12VHPWR connector used in Nvidia's GeForce RTX 4090, which has been the subject of multiple complaints of melting cables.…

Two signs in the comms cabinet said 'Do not unplug'. Guess what happened

2 December 2022 @ 7:00 am - The Register

No amount of resilience planning can defeat determined idiots whose devices are low on battery On Call  Welcome once more to On-Call, The Register's weekly reader-contributed column that tells tales of IT pros being asked to fix things that should never have broken.…

Nutanix buyout may be on the cards with HPE sniffing around

2 December 2022 @ 6:30 am - The Register

A GreenLake future could reportedly be more cloudy Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) may have hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix on its wishlist this holiday season as the OEM reportedly weighs an acquisition bid.…

Secrets of Sunspots and Solar Magnetic Fields Investigated in NASA Supercomputing Simulations

2 December 2022 @ 6:00 am - Watts Up With That?

New results based on simulations out of NASA’s Advanced Supercomputing facility at NASA’s Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley are painting a more complete picture of one of the most prominent magnetically-driven solar features – a cycle of sunspot formation known as a “torsional oscillation.”

DoJ worries messaging apps could hide evidence of crime, corruption

2 December 2022 @ 4:58 am - The Register

Record keeping rules might need a tweak to ensure content is preserved The United States Department of Justice is considering new guidelines for how businesses use messaging apps, so that they're not employed as a back channel to hide corrupt behavior.…

Exchange Online and Microsoft Teams go down across Asia

2 December 2022 @ 2:50 am - The Register

Microsoft is literally turning them off and on again, but things are getting worse and a root cause is proving elusive Updated  Microsoft's flagship cloudy productivity services are down across the Asia-Pacific region.…

Huawei teases bonkers gadget combo

2 December 2022 @ 2:30 am - The Register

A watch that flips open to reveal tiny earbuds: what could possibly go wrong? Have you ever left the house with your smartwatch on, but forgotten your earbuds?…

No, NPR, Climate Change Isn’t ‘…Making the Weather More Severe,’ nor Should It Be in Daily Weather Forecasts.

2 December 2022 @ 2:00 am - Watts Up With That?

Real world data refutes Hersher’s false claim that Climate change is making the weather more severe.

Facebook approved 75% of ads threatening US election workers

2 December 2022 @ 1:30 am - The Register

Not a good look for Meta's content moderation team Just before the US midterm elections last month, researchers from non-profit Global Witness and New York University submitted ads containing death threats against election workers to Meta's Facebook, Google's YouTube, and TikTok.…

Neuralink's AI brain chip could be in humans within six months claims Elon Musk

2 December 2022 @ 12:30 am - The Register

This is a Musk prediction, so don't get your hopes up After testing on monkeys and pigs, Neuralink may be able to plant its first chip into a human brain in six months, its founder and CEO Elon Musk claimed on Wednesday.…

Nvidia patches 29 GPU driver bugs that could lead to code execution, device takeover

1 December 2022 @ 11:30 pm - The Register

Take a break from the gaming and fix these now Nvidia fixed more than two dozen security flaws in its GPU display driver, the most severe of which could allow an unprivileged user to modify files, and then escalate privileges, execute code, tamper with or steal data, or even take over your device.…

NLRB slaps down Activision's attempt to stop another union

1 December 2022 @ 10:30 pm - The Register

If at first you don't succeed try again. Then fail again. Video game maker Activision-Blizzard's attempts to stop a second group of quality assurance employees for unionizing has been slapped down by the National Labor Relations Board, clearing the way for an organizing vote at the company's Albany, New York offices.…

Let the Excuses Flow: Aussie Federal Government Misses Emission Targets

1 December 2022 @ 10:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

In the midst of skyrocketing energy prices and domestic gas shortages, the Aussie Government has congratulated itself for missing its first emissions target.

ICE data dump reveals names, locations of 6,000+ asylum seekers

1 December 2022 @ 9:30 pm - The Register

Your tax dollars at work US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) "erroneously" posted names and other personal information belonging to more than 6,252 individuals seeking asylum in the US on its website earlier this week.…

The REAL reason behind China’s “Zero Covid” policy

1 December 2022 @ 9:00 pm - OffGuardian

Kit Knightly Most of the Western world is no longer in lockdown, some vaccine mandates are being loosened, mask wearers are distinctly the minority everywhere you look. For now at least, and for want of a better phrase, we have largely “gone back to normal”…except, you know, now with a totally broken economy, more centralised …

Google warns about commercial Heliconia spyware hitting Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Defender

1 December 2022 @ 8:30 pm - The Register

Meanwhile NSO faces new lawsuit over Pegasus flying onto journalists' phones Google's Threat Analysis Group (TAG) said on Wednesday that its researchers discovered commercial spyware called Heliconia that's designed to exploit vulnerabilities in Chrome and Firefox browsers as well as Microsoft Defender security software.…

Microsoft adds silicon muscle into latest Azure SQL database configs

1 December 2022 @ 7:30 pm - The Register

Intel's 'Ice Lake' and AMD's 'Milan' chips bump up speeds and feeds Microsoft is bulking up its Azure SQL database services on the back of Intel's "Ice Lake" Xeon and AMD's "Milan" Epyc server chipsets.…

Apple pushes TSMC to make more advanced chips in US by 2024

1 December 2022 @ 6:30 pm - The Register

Biden to join Tim Cook as well as AMD and Nvidia chiefs for an announcement from the semiconductor giant next week TSMC reportedly plans to make 4nm chips at its Arizona manufacturing plant when it goes online in 2024, a significant upgrade from the Asian foundry giant's previous commitment to focus on less advanced 5nm silicon at its first leading-edge US fab.…

NASA Cancels Satellite CO2 Monitoring Project

1 December 2022 @ 6:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

The Geocarb Project cancellation leaves a lot of questions - like how NASA managed to spend $170 million on the CO2 monitoring project without putting anything into space.

Iceotope study says liquid immersion is viable for hyperscale disk storage

1 December 2022 @ 5:30 pm - The Register

Since high-capacity drives are increasingly sealed off, that makes them candidates for dunking Liquid cooling company Iceotope has conducted a study with Meta into the feasibility of using its technology to meet the cooling requirements of the high-density storage drives that are increasingly being deployed by hyperscale datacenter operators.…

.NET open source is 'heavily under-funded' says AWS

1 December 2022 @ 4:30 pm - The Register

Amazon web arm investing in Microsoft's platform to help customers escape Windows RE:INVENT  "We found that .NET open source is heavily under-funded," said Saikat Banerjee, an AWS software development manager, at a re:Invent session this week.…

YouTube Deleted This Video…

1 December 2022 @ 4:15 pm - The Pulse

Big Tech is horrendous at trying to tackle the misinformation problem. And one issue is that average people… The post YouTube Deleted This Video… appeared first on The Pulse.

Norway has a month left until sun sets on its copper phone lines

1 December 2022 @ 3:30 pm - The Register

Residents in westernmost municipality of Solund praise new mobile coverage, but others have been left behind Norway is a couple of years ahead of Britain in mothballing its century-old copper telephone network, which is due to shut down on January 1, 2023.…

Musk says spat with Apple over App Store ejection threat for Twitter was 'misunderstanding'

1 December 2022 @ 2:32 pm - The Register

Lovely visit to meet Tim Cook at Apple Park HQ forces big change in tone from world's richest man The one-sided battle of the billionaires is over before it really began, with Elon Musk saying his spat with Apple boss Tim Cook over perceived threats to remove Twitter from the App Store was a “misunderstanding”…

The World as We Know It Ends If It Can’t Find Its Bearings

1 December 2022 @ 2:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

Today’s global market is one of broken price signals, starting with energy. High oil/gas/coal prices mean the world is desperate for more, yet global production is being stifled by the class of people that have never sat in the driver’s seat of anything – yet ironically find themselves in the drivers’ seat of economies.

Intruders gain access to user data in LastPass incident

1 December 2022 @ 1:30 pm - The Register

Password manager says credentials safely encrypted, confirms link to August attack Intruders broke into a third-party cloud storage service LastPass shares with affiliate company GoTo and gained access to "certain elements" of customers' information, the pair have confirmed.…

UK to test Starlink satellite broadband for those hard to reach areas

1 December 2022 @ 12:42 pm - The Register

But why Elon Musk's satellite broadband biz and not govt-funded OneWeb? The UK government is the latest to test out the Starlink satellite broadband service amid efforts to connect homes and businesses in poorly served areas of the country.…

Arms hands board seats to Intel and Qualcomm alumni ahead of IPO

1 December 2022 @ 11:48 am - The Register

Flotation delayed but chip designer's board just keeps on growing Softbank-owned chip designer Arm says it is preparing for its initial public offering (IPO) by adding former Intel and Qualcomm executives to its board.…

Twenty years on, command-line virus scanner ClamAV puts out version 1

1 December 2022 @ 10:51 am - The Register

Used by millions – and the first official finished version The ClamAV command-line virus scanner used on many Linux boxes has attained an important-looking milestone release: version 1.0.0.…

COP27 Greenwishing: Progressive Discontent

1 December 2022 @ 10:00 am - Watts Up With That?

[T]his agreement currently represents an empty bucket, and the detail of who should fill it, with how much money, then how the funds should be distributed and to whom are pretty substantial features to be ironed out [w]hen we haven’t even lived up to our 2009 commitment to provide $100B per year….

Just 22% of techies in UK aged 50 or older, says Chartered Institute for IT

1 December 2022 @ 9:30 am - The Register

Why not recruit mature folk from outside industry? Why not keep experience in place for longer A little more than one in five techies in Britain is aged 50 or older, and enticing more of that demographic to enter the world of information technology could help alleviate a perennial skills gap.…

130,000 UK businesses sue Google over £13.6B in lost ad revenues

1 December 2022 @ 8:30 am - The Register

Parent biz Alphabet also accused of unfair monopoly in online ads Alphabet and its subsidiary Google are facing a £13.6 billion class action lawsuit claiming they abuse their dominant position in online advertising to make billions at the expense of smaller companies in the UK.…

Big tech's discarded techies won't sate the job market, says analyst

1 December 2022 @ 7:54 am - The Register

Coders are safe, too, despite AI writing one line in ten Analyst firm Forrester predicts that despite recent mass layoffs across the tech sector, the jobs market will continue to favor IT professionals in 2023.…

Almost 300 predatory loan apps found in Google and Apple stores

1 December 2022 @ 7:30 am - The Register

Note to self: Lenders don’t need the contact list on your mobile device Almost 300 apps, downloaded by around 15 million users, have been pulled from the Google Play and Apple App stores over claims they promised quick loans at reasonable rates but then used extortion and other predatory schemes against borrowers.…

Cloudflare hikes prices by a quarter, blames the accountants

1 December 2022 @ 6:45 am - The Register

Cash flow is king, even in the cloud Cloudflare has announced what it claims are its first ever price rises.…

Mauna Loa eruption halts Keeling Curve measurements

1 December 2022 @ 6:00 am - Watts Up With That?

“The carbon dioxide measurement equipment that maintains the famed Keeling Curve record lost power at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 28 and is not currently recording data."

FTX's crypto villain Sam Bankman-Fried admits 'I made a lot of mistakes'

1 December 2022 @ 5:58 am - The Register

Is it too late to enter for Understatement of the Year? The former CEO of cryptocurrency exchange FTX, Sam Bankman Fried (SBF), has defied the advice of his lawyers and given an interview in which he admitted "I made a lot of mistakes" that led to the collapse of his company and left investors with little prospect of recovering billions of dollars.…

Salesforce ends CEO job share – again. Marc Benioff back as sole boss

1 December 2022 @ 4:59 am - The Register

Bret Taylor returns to entrepreneurial roots after losing his gig as chair of Twitter Salesforce has again unwound its CEO job share arrangement, with co-CEO Bret Taylor announcing he will leave the company in January 2023 – leaving Marc Benioff occupying the one remaining big chair.…

Broadcom tries to quash VMware price rise rumors as CEO promises they won't

1 December 2022 @ 3:44 am - The Register

Hock Tan says hiring engineers is his strategy … but still won't explain plan for massive rapid profit increase Broadcom president and CEO Hock Tan has again felt the need to state that his company's acquisition of VMware won't lead to price rises.…

Don’t Be So Sure That The Climate Extremists Have “Won”

1 December 2022 @ 2:00 am - Watts Up With That?

It’s only a question of when and how it fails — and of how big the political blowback will be when that happens.

NTT Data adopting datacenter inspection robots to relieve humans of some chores

1 December 2022 @ 1:46 am - The Register

Will also offer them as-a-service to other bit barn operators The Japanese operations of NTT Data will deploy datacenter-monitoring robots in 15 of its own facilities, then offer them as-a-service to customers.…

NOAA, Microsoft partner to put climate models in the clouds

1 December 2022 @ 1:30 am - The Register

Don't worry, Redmond hasn't gotten its hands on the agency's coffers yet The future of meteorological simulation and forecasting may well be bound for the clouds — well, cloud datacenters anyway. …

Alibaba, Tencent enlisted to help sanction-weary China build RISC-V chips

1 December 2022 @ 12:30 am - The Register

PRC and chums see open-source chip architecture as safer alternative to Arm China is reportedly leaning on domestic tech giants Alibaba and Tencent to design RISC-V chips as part of the country's efforts to insulate itself from the effects of the United States' growing silicon sanctions.…

Sirius XM flaw unlocks so-called smart cars thanks to code flaw

30 November 2022 @ 11:30 pm - The Register

Telematics program doesn't just give you music, but a big security flaw Sirius XM's Connected Vehicle Services has fixed an authorization flaw that would have allowed an attacker to remotely unlock doors and start engines on connected cars knowing only the vehicle identification number (VIN).…

SpaceX grounds Falcon 9 carrying first private lunar lander

30 November 2022 @ 10:30 pm - The Register

Lift-off postponed for 'additional pre-flight checkouts' SpaceX postponed the launch of its Falcon 9 rocket, carrying a lunar lander and rover built by a private Japanese aerospace company and the United Arab Emirates Space Agency rover to the Moon, by one day.…

Academics Slam Claims Biotech Could Solve the Climate Crisis

30 November 2022 @ 10:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

University of Canterbury academics Tessa Hiscox and Professor Jack Heinemann think claims biotech could rescue us from the climate crisis are delaying real progress.

Elon Musk States That Twitter “Has Interfered in Elections”

30 November 2022 @ 9:00 pm - The Pulse

On Wednesday, Elon Musk stated that Twitter interfered with elections. In response to a report from Reuters about… The post Elon Musk States That Twitter “Has Interfered in Elections” appeared first on The Pulse.

A little help for a colleague?

30 November 2022 @ 6:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

My favorite bone whisperer, Dr. Susan Crockford, is writing a new book, which she describes as “the complete story of polar bear evolution, including the role of hybridization, but without the baffling scientific jargon.”

Worldwide Record Cold Challenges Climate Rhetoric and Risks Lives by Complacency

30 November 2022 @ 2:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

It is the cold that kills. If anything, the warming of the past three centuries has been extremely beneficial to mankind, helping us achieve unprecedented progress in human health, living standards, food production and technological achievement as we utilize earth’s resources ever more efficiently. 

Save America’s Grid!

30 November 2022 @ 10:00 am - Watts Up With That?

It is the mad rush to replace reliable coals and nuclear power plants with weather dependent wind and solar power. This simply does not work and we are beginning to pay the price of folly.

Baby Names to Change because of …. Climate Change

30 November 2022 @ 6:00 am - Watts Up With That?

“It’s interesting to speculate our great-grandchildren may have names like January and February as global warming races along..."

Exploiters versus Experts

30 November 2022 @ 2:00 am - Watts Up With That?

Energy “plans” that call for wholesale changes but do not consider how the final overall system might work are not plans but rather only naïve wish lists.

Twitter Will No Longer Enforce “COVID-19 Misleading Information Policy”

29 November 2022 @ 11:00 pm - The Pulse

“In every case the answer to bad speech is not censorship, the answer to bad speech is more… The post Twitter Will No Longer Enforce “COVID-19 Misleading Information Policy” appeared first on The Pulse.

Dr Jordan Peterson: ‘Stop allowing radicals to exploit you with guilt’

29 November 2022 @ 10:00 pm - Watts Up With That?

"You really think all our problem can be reduced to excess carbon dioxide production?"

Covid Propaganda – The South African Variant

29 November 2022 @ 4:30 pm - OffGuardian

Michael Bryant “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.” Upton Sinclair Bloomberg and various news outlets recently reported that a South African laboratory study warned a new strain of the Covid-19 virus “could” emerge and “could cause worse illness than the current predominant …

How Can “You” Possibly Change The World?

29 November 2022 @ 2:20 pm - The Pulse

It’s been some time since I’ve found the motivation to blog given recent world events. These events have… The post How Can “You” Possibly Change The World? appeared first on The Pulse.

Follow the Science, Reconsidered

29 November 2022 @ 1:20 am - The Pulse

Follow the science,” that pesky little meme, has followed us like a bad dream throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.… The post Follow the Science, Reconsidered appeared first on The Pulse.

WATCH: Giving Thanks – #SolutionsWatch

28 November 2022 @ 10:00 pm - OffGuardian

As those in the reality-based community know, we live in dark times. But if we cannot acknowledge the good that is in our lives, then what are we fighting for? Join James Corbett for this week’s edition of #SolutionsWatch as he explores the whys and hows of giving thanks and cultivating a spirit of gratitude. …

The Emperor Elonicus

28 November 2022 @ 2:00 pm - OffGuardian

CJ Hopkins Everyone is going to hate this column. Musk worshipers are going to hate it because I’m going to blaspheme against Elon Musk. Musk demonizers are going to hate it because I am not going to blaspheme against him enough. Everyone else is going to hate it because they’re sick to the gills of …

Is There A Link Between The Pyramids & ‘Otherworldly’ Visitors?

28 November 2022 @ 2:00 pm - The Pulse

I have always been fascinated by the Egyptian pyramids. As a kid, I wasn’t even aware of the many… The post Is There A Link Between The Pyramids & ‘Otherworldly’ Visitors? appeared first on The Pulse.

Why Is News Coverage of Elon Musk’s Twitter Always Negative?

28 November 2022 @ 1:57 pm - The Pulse

Anyone who has followed Twitter news over the last month has to conclude the news is biased towards… The post Why Is News Coverage of Elon Musk’s Twitter Always Negative? appeared first on The Pulse.

Voila! C’est ca!

27 November 2022 @ 8:00 am - OffGuardian

Sylvia Shawcross Oh for heavens sakes! It took awhile but I finally figured it out. They have discombobulated their desires into a substitute agenda because they can’t face what they really really want. They are saying they want us to eat bugs but the truth is, they want us to “be” the bugs. They’re building …

Sand in the Gas Tank

26 November 2022 @ 8:30 pm - OffGuardian

Todd Hayen Everyone knows if you pour sand in a car’s gas tank it will eventually destroy the engine. It will get all clogged up and fail to function. Kaput. Nice metaphor for what is happening these days with the vaccine, eh? Now, I don’t want to be accused of being a fear monger, but …

China: The World’s First Technate – Part 1

25 November 2022 @ 8:30 pm - OffGuardian

Iain Davis We are being rapidly transitioned into a new system of centralised, authoritarian global governance. This system is designed to be a technocracy and it is truly totalitarian. Totalitarianism is a form of government that attempts to assert total control over the lives of its citizens. It is characterized by strong central rule that …

Climate Lockdowns May Be Next: Here’s What That May Look Like

25 November 2022 @ 1:47 pm - The Pulse

What would a climate lockdown look like? Well, if such an initiative were to take place, governments would… The post Climate Lockdowns May Be Next: Here’s What That May Look Like appeared first on The Pulse.

China: The World’s First Technate – Part 1

23 November 2022 @ 8:04 pm - Iain Davis

We are being rapidly transitioned into a new system of centralised, authoritarian global governance. This system is designed to be a technocracy and it is truly totalitarian.

Welcome To the New Multipolar World Order – Part 4

18 October 2022 @ 1:00 pm - Iain Davis

Part 1 of this series looked at the various models of world order. Part 2 examined how the shift t

Welcome To The New Multipolar World Order – Part 3

14 October 2022 @ 10:13 am - Iain Davis

In Part 1, we considered the forces shaping the world order and the attempts to impose various models of global governance upon it. In

Welcome To The New Multipolar World Order – Part 2

26 September 2022 @ 8:26 am - Iain Davis

In Part 1, we discussed the nature of "world order" and global governance. We learned the crucial difference between the Westphalian model of equal, sovereign nation-states—a mythical ideal, never an

Multipolar World Order – Part 1

18 September 2022 @ 7:32 pm - Iain Davis

Russia's war with Ukraine is first and foremost a tragedy for the people of both countries, especially those who live—and die—in the battle zones. The priority for humanity, though apparently not for the political class, is to encourage Moscow and Kyiv to stop killing men, women and children an

Propaganda with Professor Hannah Fry – The BBC Pandemic – Part 3

12 August 2022 @ 5:36 pm - Iain Davis

In Part 1 we looked at the propaganda and manipulation techniques used throughout the BBC programme “Unv

Propaganda with Professor Hannah Fry – Undisclosed Conflicts of Interest – Part 2

6 August 2022 @ 2:02 pm - Iain Davis

I speculated in a previous article that the BBC would attempt to establish a narrative that would promote and support the UK government's proposed Online Safety Act. And that is prec

Propaganda with Professor Hannah Fry – Part 1

28 July 2022 @ 11:06 pm - Iain Davis

In my previous article I committed the journalistic sin of predicting the future. I anticipated that the BBC's proposed documentary, "Unvaccinated with Professor Hannah Fry," would be little more than propaganda.

The Farcical BBC Promise A Fake Documentary On A Topic They Won’t Touch With A Barge Pole

13 July 2022 @ 6:20 pm - Iain Davis

[ Correction: - I estimated the total number of UK unvaccinated adults to be 11M. This was an error. It is actually 7.6M ] The BBC is either the worst media organisation on Earth or the best, depending upon your perspective.

Putin’s False Flag

1 July 2022 @ 9:47 am - Iain Davis

The war in Ukraine, and Russia and China’s advocacy of a new multipolar world order, supposedly based upon national sovereignty, has led some to see Vladimir Putin, in particular, as a saviour of sort