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Interesting:

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/technology/are-the-worlds-most-powerful-supercomputers-operating-in-secret/ar-AAY8QQn

 

 

"A new supercomputer called Frontier has been widely toutedas the world's first exascale machine — but was it really?"

That's the question that long-time Slashdot reader MattSparkesexplores in a new article at New Scientist... Although Frontier, which was built by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, topped what is generally seen as the definitive list of supercomputers, others may already have achieved the milestone in secret....

The definitive list of supercomputers is the Top500, which is based on a single measurement: how fast a machine can solve vast numbers of equations by running software called the LINPACK benchmark. This gives a value in float-point operations per second, or FLOPS. But even Jack Dongarra at Top500 admits that not all supercomputers are listed, and will only feature if its owner runs the benchmark and submits a result. "If they don't send it in it doesn't get entered," he says. "I can't force them."

Some owners prefer not to release a benchmark figure, or even publicly reveal a machine's existence. Simon McIntosh-Smith at the University of Bristol, UK points out that not only do intelligence agencies and certain companies have an incentive to keep their machines secret, but some purely academic machines like Blue Waters, operated by the National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, are also just never entered.... Dongarra says that the consensus among supercomputer experts is that China has had at least two exascale machines running since 2021, known as OceanLight and Tianhe-3, and is working on an even larger third called Sugon. Scientific papers on unconnected research have revealed evidence of these machines when describing calculations carried out on them.

McIntosh-Smith also believes that intelligence agencies would rank well, if allowed. "Certainly in the [US], some of the security forces have things that would put them at the top," he says. "There are definitely groups who obviously wouldn't want this on the list."

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On 6/11/2022 at 11:40 PM, Truthblast said:

McIntosh-Smith also believes that intelligence agencies would rank well, if allowed. "Certainly in the [US], some of the security forces have things that would put them at the top," he says. "There are definitely groups who obviously wouldn't want this on the list."

 

The UK is definitely behind in this area, i think the US is calling the shots.

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We keep thinking they want to take our privacy, our property, branchip us and merge us with AI.

 

What if all of that is DELIBERATE MISDIRECTION, just something for the conscientious to rail against on the internet, and they are using it to HIDE AN EVEN WORSE FUTURE PLAN?

 

Something that has to do with our Planet and the mysteries in the greater Universe surrounding us, or with the Metaphysical/Theological, or with the "new laws of physics" Tesla always talked about but couldn't make public before he died?

 

 

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On 6/16/2022 at 10:45 PM, Truthblast said:

Beginning of video is stupid, but:

 

1m 37s - BW photos of Nazi flying discs

5m 42s - Film Footage of HAUNEBU III disc craft flight test

 

 

 

What better way to fly to Antarctica 😉

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The "3 Musketeers" plus - of course - THIRTY-THREE others have formed a working group to DRIVE THE METAVERSE FORWARD.   🤣

 

https://www.theverge.com/2022/6/21/23176755/microsoft-meta-epic-metaverse-standards-forum-founded

 

Microsoft, Epic Games, Meta, and 33 other companies and organizations have formed a standards group for “metaverse” tech. The Metaverse Standards Forum is supposed to foster open, interoperable standards for augmented and virtual reality, geospatial, and 3D tech.

 

 

 

According to a press release, the Metaverse Standards Forum will focus on “pragmatic, action-based projects” like hackathons and prototyping tools for supporting common standards. It’s also interested in developing “consistent terminology” for the space — where many players can’t even agree on what a “metaverse” is. In addition to the companies above, the group’s founding members include major pre-metaverse entities like the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), Nvidia, Qualcomm, Sony Interactive Entertainment, and Unity, in addition to newer ones like Lamina1, a blockchain payments startup co-founded by Snow Crash author Neal Stephenson.

 

It’s missing a few big names, though. As Nick Statt of Protocol points out, there’s no sign of Apple, which is working on VR and AR tech. Niantic and Roblox, which have made early strides in blending games and virtual worlds, are also notably absent. More members may end up joining after the group begins operation; it expects to hold its first meetings in 2022.

 

“Industry leaders have stated that the potential of the metaverse will be best realized if it is built on a foundation of open standards,” the group says in a press release. “Building an open and inclusive metaverse at pervasive scale will demand a constellation of open interoperability standards.”

 

The “metaverse” is a catch-all term for virtual worlds, VR, and AR, and many of its subfields already have standards bodies, some of which have joined the Metaverse Standards Forum. Open standards don’t necessarily mean companies will create “the metaverse” as an interlinked space like the World Wide Web. (Epic describes its game Fortnite as a self-contained metaverse, for instance.) Open standards could simply make it easier for developers to build the same content for different platforms or for users to export data from one service to another.

 

Nonetheless, the forum suggests an interest in formalizing “metaverse” development as a unified field. And it hints at which companies are most interested in creating accepted standards for it — or at the very least, which ones want to be perceived as supporting these standards.

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Members:

 

0xSenses, Academy Software Foundation, Adobe, Alibaba, Autodesk, Avataar, Blackshark.ai, CalConnect, Cesium, Daly Realism, Disguise, the Enosema Foundation, Epic Games, the Express Language Foundation, Huawei, IKEA, John Peddie Research, Khronos, Lamina1, Maxon, Meta, Microsoft, NVIDIA, OpenAR Cloud, the Open Geospatial Consortium, Otoy, Perey Research and Consulting, Qualcomm Technologies, Ribose, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Spatial Web Foundation, Unity, VerseMaker, Wayfair, the Web3D Consortium, the World Wide Web Consortium, and the XR Association (XRA)

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Isn't he just! 

 

The thing is, this is exactly what the Conspiracy Theorists have been predicting warning of for a very long time, and here it is, being 'sold' to us now. Really perplexing is that the vaxx debacle makes me suspect there will be so many unsuspecting nob heads who will soak up the sales-pitch of convenience  and safety guarding (BS and inversion, as always) that they might well bang their pans on the doorstep to display how in favour they are of this move.

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On 6/21/2022 at 7:30 PM, Truthblast said:

Metaverse

 

Today on Digital Planet on the World Service they briefly explained the Metaverse. 1.32 to 1.40 pm

 

What is the Metaverse and its implications?

 

"We need some solutions to real world people's and some of them could be solved in the Metaverse"

 

Our world merges with the virtual world like a Venn diagram

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1 hour ago, Observations said:

 

Today on Digital Planet on the World Service they briefly explained the Metaverse. 1.32 to 1.40 pm

 

What is the Metaverse and its implications?

 

"We need some solutions to real world people's and some of them could be solved in the Metaverse"

 

Our world merges with the virtual world like a Venn diagram

 

Its a spying machine like Internet 1.0

 

But Internet 2.0 is in 3D - weee!

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2 hours ago, Greenhulk50 said:

Disney brain washing , I watched a vlog on YouTube of a family on a Disney cruise, about two to three days into the cruise they had their little boy wearing a Disney Princess Dress . 

 

Disney was largely created because the U.S. government thought at the time that "comics and animation may be an excellent vehicle for sending messages to the young of the world".

 

Disney was never the "family entertainment creator" it claimed to be.

 

It was funded to use comic book characters and animation to influence young minds "across language and culture barriers".

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Ouch...

 

https://www.arabnews.com/node/2118656/world

 

 

DAKAR: Two people in Ghana who later died tested positive for Marburg virus, a highly infectious disease similar to Ebola, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Thursday.


Tests conducted in Ghana came back positive, but those results must be confirmed by a laboratory in Senegal for the cases to be considered confirmed, the WHO said in a statement.


The two patients in the southern Ashanti region both had symptoms including diarrhea, fever, nausea and vomiting, before dying in hospital, the statement said.

 

 

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