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Existen numerosos sitios en internet que han encontrado incoherencias importantes y conexiones extrañas con la misión Rosetta de la ESA con la que presuntamente han aterrizado el módulo Philae en la superficie de cometa 67P – Churyumov-Gerasimenko, incluso cabe la posibilidad de que todo se trate de un mediático show efectuado con técnicas de imágenes 3D, en el siguiente vídeo os contamos todas esas extrañas cuestiones y alguna más que hemos descubierto.
(May 19, 2010) Professor Robert Sapolsky gives what he calls “one of the most difficult lectures of the course” about chaos and reductionism. He references a book that he assigned to his students. This lecture focuses on reduction science and breaking things down to their component parts in order to understand them best.
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Robert Maurice Sapolsky (born 1957) is an American neuroendocrinologist, professor of biology, neuroscience, and neurosurgery at Stanford University, researcher and author. He is currently Professor of Biological Sciences, and Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences and, by courtesy, Neurosurgery, at Stanford University. In addition, he is a Research Associate at the National Museums of Kenya.
- Robert Sapolsky profile at Stanford School of Medicine
- Robert Sapolsky biographical entry at the Barclay Agency
- Going Wild
- Robert Sapolsky at edge.org
- Robert Sapolsky at meta-library.net
- Robert Sapolsky at KurzweilAI.net
- Robert Sapolsky Lecture at Syracuse University
- excerpt of the “Emperor Has No Clothes Award” acceptance speech
- New York Times article “No Time for Bullies: Baboons Retool Their Culture,” readable account of Sapolsky’s research on baboon culture
- Stress: Portrait of a Killer, National Geographic special featuring Sapolsky’s research
- Does Age Quash Our Spirit of Adventure? An NPR interview with Robert Sapolsky
- Robert Sapolsky: The uniqueness of humans via TED.com
- Robert Sapolsky New York Times essay “This Is Your Brain on Metaphors” in the “The Stone” blog
Battle for Ground Zero: Inside the Political Struggle to Rebuild the World Trade Center is sponsored by the Global Studies (http://www.newschool.edu/interdiscipl…), Environmental Studies (http://www.newschool.edu/environmenta…), Urban Studies (http://www.newschool.edu/lang/urban-s…), and Urban Design (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/bs-u…) at The New School
Within days of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center, plans to rebuild arose amid contrasting, often conflicting, attempts to define what the site represented, and what it should become.
In this discussion, urban anthropologist and author of Battle for Ground Zero (2013), Elizabeth Greenspan, will discuss her new book and trace the evolution of the WTC site and its public spaces over the past decade from disaster area to graveyard to tourist attraction to construction site, illuminating the tension between commerce and commemoration at the Ground Zero and the unrealized expectations and political gamesmanship surrounding its development.
Constantly returning to the streets surrounding Ground Zero in her reportage for The Atlantic, Greenspan captured the mood of both New Yorkers and the nation, as devout attempts by those less affected to claim a piece of spiritual ownership of 9/11 transformed into frat-boy antics of jingoistic posturing in some cases, and developers battled designers over memorial space while politicians opportunistically hovered. As One World Trade Center (Freedom Tower) approaches completion, among the many questions Greenspan addresses is how to recreate millions of square feet of commercial office space on a site that has become a national symbol of mourning and, in some quarters, rage.
The lecture and presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.
Elizabeth Greenspan is a writer and urban anthropologist currently teaching at Harvard University. She writes regularly about Ground Zero for The Atlantic online. She has lectured about Ground Zero and 9/11 at numerous colleges and universities, including Harvard, Brandeis College, the University of Pennsylvania, Haverford College, Temple University, and SUNY-Albany.
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Location: Wollman Hall (B500), Eugene Lang College
Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
An ex-CIA employee working as a contractor at the U.S. National Security Agency said he leaked documents and details of a top secret U.S. surveillance program in order to protect the “basic liberties for people around the world.”
Holed up in a hotel room in Hong Kong, Edward Snowden, 29, said he had thought long and hard before publicizing details of an NSA program code-named PRISM, saying he had done so because he felt the United States was building an unaccountable and secret espionage machine that spied on every American.http://www.infowars.com/ex-cia-worker…
Edward Snowden, the Booz Allen Hamilton staffer with a top-secret security clearance who leaked details of NSA surveillance, is welcome to seek asylum in Iceland, according to lawmaker Birgitta Jónsdóttir and Smari McCarthy, executive director of the International Modern Media Institute, an organization dedicated to protecting whistleblowers. http://www.infowars.com/iceland-consi…
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This is the Q&A from Craig Biddle’s speech “The Trinity of Liberty: Individualism, Individual Rights, and Independent Thinking,” delivered at Hungry Minds Speaker Series, Denver, CO, Feb 2, 2013. Biddle answers questions about egoism, moral principles, the proper use of the term “selfishness,” the nature of individual rights, and the logical foundations of morality. The speech itself can be found here: http://youtu.be/Z6s6AjzUKsE
Craig Biddle is the editor of The Objective Standard and the author of Loving Life: The Morality of Self-Interest and the Facts that Support It, a highly concretized, systematic introduction to Ayn Rand’s ethics.
The Objective Standard: http://www.TheObjectiveStandard.com
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What is the INDECT project? INDECT is a great research project which should lead to the development of innovative tools to ensure the protection of European citizens. The Security of citizens is one of the top priorities of the European Union. The INDECT project aims to develop effective solutions against terrorist and criminal threats. Our priority is to enhance surveillance, to automate threat recognition through an intelligent analysis of the behavior of citizens. In this context, the indect project also aims to strengthen monitoring web: data analysis, videos, photos, texts… How the INDECT project can facilitate monitoring? For many years, countries of the European Union have developed the implementation and use of video surveillance, that we call now CCTV protection (closed-circuit television) to avoid controversy. Despite increased visibility of public space, video surveillance is imperfect. The flaw of this system is the human element.
Security guards in front of their screens can not see everything, can not hear everything, do not necessarily take the right decisions. The human being is limited. A human being does not have the ability to identify all the individuals in a crowd, a man can not collect and display all the necessary data, he can not create effective links with data from the Web. The INDECT project offers a perfect system,excluding as much as possible the human presence in the process of analysis and monitoring. The INDECT project offers intelligent monitoring, clean, flawless, by the use of automated programs. With this automated monitoring, the system can see everything, hear everything, analyze everything, with the possibility of correlations between the data from the surveillance, data from the web and police data. The objective is to identify any threat.How will INDECT be able to identify threats? The INDECT system will use many interconnected modules that can perform multiple functions: -Collect information -Analyze information -Communicate data -Obey queries
To understand this concept based on nodes, imagine you have a giant spider web that filters all information. To collect physical data INDECT will process data taken from : -Surveillance cameras -UAV (unmanned aerial vehicles) – GSM-GPS Trackers -Microphones And many other sensors.
All behavior will be analyzed and correlated with other data without your consent. INDECT is an intelligent data analysis first: -Face Recognition -Licence plate recognition -Behavior-recognition -Recognition of threat situations -Visualization of relationships and social interactions via the internet.
The system will identify individuals, track, correlate various data such as police data or data from the web environment. Several parameters will allow systems to determine potential threats. For example, the system will analyze whether : -You’re walking in the wrong direction -You are in a group -You’re strolling in the night hours -You’re sitting too long -You are on the road -You run – … You will be totally transparent to the system, whether you accept it or not. But do not worry, all this has been developed to ensure your security.
What could be the future opportunities of such a system? We guarantee INDECT will obey, enforce laws and will respect a code of ethics ensuring the privacy of our citizens. But as laws change and governments change, threats change too. Once the infrastructure of the system is installed, once everything is interconnected and automated, the web will be woven, nothing will be impossible. It will be possible to change the system parameters. We can, for example use the system to: -Identify members of a movement events and dismantle this threat -Tackle the challenges, preventing gatherings, identifying leaders -Monitor political opponents, locate them permanently INDECT system infrastructure may in the future be used to ensure political stability. We can also consider selling this system to companies or to foreign countries to help governments maintain order indect system is the promise of a world which be safer, more stable, more consistent, more transparent, more orderly. INDECT project aims to protect the population against itself
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A spy satellite (officially referred to as a reconnaissance satellite) is an Earth observation satellite or communications satellite deployed for military or intelligence applications. These are essentially space telescopes that are pointed toward the Earth instead of toward the stars. The first generation type (i.e. Corona   and Zenit) took photographs, then ejected canisters ofphotographic film, which would descend to earth.
In the United States, most information available is on programs that existed up to 1972. Some information about programs prior to that time is still classified, and a small trickle of information is available on subsequent missions.
A live webcast showing the Delta IV rocket blast into the sky from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California on Tuesday was blacked out just three minutes after liftoff due to the sensitive nature of the mission, dubbed “NROL-25.”
Specialist publication Spaceflight Now suggested that the NROL-25 satellite was likely rigged with “synthetic aperture radar,” a system capable of observing targets around the globe in daylight and darkness, able to penetrate clouds and identify underground structures such as military bunkers. Though the true capabilities of the satellites are not publicly known due to their top-secret classification, some analysts have claimed that the technology allows the authorities to zoom in on items as small as a human fist from hundreds of miles away.
Within the enclosed confines of the massive Space Launch Complex 6 pad at the southern end of California’s Vandenberg Air Force Base, a site once envisioned to fly the space shuttle, a Delta 4 rocket and its classified satellite cargo are undergoing final preps for blastoff next week.
Liftoff is scheduled for Thursday, March 29 on the NROL-25 mission to deploy a hush-hush payload for the U.S. National Reconnaissance Office, the secretive government agency that designs and operates the country’s fleet of orbiting spy satellites.
“Last year we executed the most aggressive launch campaign in over 25 years. We successfully launched six satellites in seven months and this year with the same determination we’re scheduled to launch four more in five months,” Betty Sapp, the NRO’s principal deputy director, said in testimony before Congress on March 8. [Photos: Declassified U.S. Spy Satellites Revealed]
El Ejército de EEUU lanza el mayor satélite espía de la historia
El Ejército estadounidense lanzó el mayor satélite espía del mundo, el NROL-32, informó la United Launch Alliance (ULA) en un comunicado.
El satélite NROL-32 fue enviado con éxito el domingo desde la base aérea militar de Cabo Cañaveral en un cohete Delta IV, señaló ULA, que es una compañía privada que colabora con el departamento de Defensa.
Pocos detalles han trascendido puesto que se trata de una operación secreta, pero se sabe que el NROL-32 es un satélite geoestacionario cuya misión es dar apoyo a la defensa nacional.
El satélite lleva una gran antena colectiva útil para el espionaje electrónico, que lo convierte en el más grande de los satélites puestos en órbita en el espacio.
Se trata del cuarto lanzamiento de un Delta IV Heavy, el cohete con mayor capacidad de carga útil actualmente en servicio.
En un discurso pronunciado en septiembre pasado, el director de la Oficina Nacional de Reconocimiento (NRO), Bruce Carlson, había adelantado que el Delta IV llevaría este otoño “el satélite más grande del mundo”.
La NRO es una de las dieciséis agencias de inteligencia que tiene Estados Unidos y su principal misión es mantenerse al tanto de las últimas tecnologías espaciales y “vigilar desde arriba”.
Según indica en su web, se encarga de diseñar, construir y operar los satélites de reconocimiento estadounidenses y de facilitar los servicios de inteligencia por satélite que necesiten la Agencia Central de Inteligencia (CIA) y el Departamento de Defensa.
“Esta misión ayudará a asegurar que los recursos vitales del NRO sigan reforzando nuestra defensa nacional”, señaló el general de brigada Ed Wilson, a cargo del lanzamiento.
ULA Delta IV launches the NROL-25 military satellite from VAFB