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posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 03:07 AM
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I put it in weaponry because I was looking at some of DARPAs creations. One really blew my mind and I had to take a closer look at some things I didn't think possible.

Here is a thread that caught my eye, I had to do a double take on this on



The MIT-designed SPHERES (that's Synchronized Position, Hold, Engage, and Reorient Experimental Satellite) aboard the ISS -- those little globes that fly around like tiny satellites even though they are confined to the station's interior -- are in line for some big upgrades from DARPA. And in true DARPA fashion, the hardware updates are bold: aside from designing the next generation of spheres, DARPA wants the current models to be fitted with vision-based autonomous navigation and force fields.


The DARPA spheres


Did you catch that. DARPA wants the current models to be fitted with vision-based autonomous navigation and force fields. Not wanted to someday have, but wants to install today. When did we invent force fields????

So heres a good one you might like. While many of you know that mind control is possible, some doubt that it is. What about controlling an animals mind? Plus there's a video. Now they can get your dog.




In January, researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, told a stunned conference audience that they had managed to create a remote-controlled cyborg beetle by attaching a computer chip to the brain of a giant insect. Now, the paper explaining how they did it has been published in the journal Frontiers In Neuroscience, and they have released a video of the cyber-bug in action.

The cyborg beetle was designed as part of a DARPA project that looks to equip insects with cameras and other sensors in an attempt to turn them into tiny, biological UAVs. The rhinoceros beetle was selected because, as one of the world's largest insects, it could carry the biggest payload.


Cyborg Beetle



This is one of the many DARPA concepts that I like just wish that it wasn't a military contractor making. Plus I think its the scariest of all. Its not the application that scares me its the, what they can do if they can get the science to actually work, sort of thing.




The fight against pathogens is usually reactionary; a pathogen evolves or mutates, developing a drug resistance or finding a more efficient path toward infection, and researchers scramble to shift tactics for fighting off said pathogen. That’s not good enough for DARPA, which wants a means to look into the future so researchers can stop an outbreak of a potentially dangerous pandemic before it ever begins. The aptly titled Prophecy program is seeking a range of technologies that will aid in the development of an effective crystal ball, including in vitro platforms for recreating virus-host interactions, better means of sequencing viral genomes to test for sequencing errors and mutations, and algorithms that can predict the rate, direction, and phenotype of viral mutations before they happen.


www.popsci.com...

There is a whole lot more that I could put up but I want it to be readable to even the most ADHD challenged of us all to read, plus I am not writing a book. And while I used one source there are tons more that I could have used, but I leave that up to you to do.

With all that being said and done. I will leave it for you, the faithful members of ATS, to pick this apart and hopefully bring more stuff to the light.

Pajjikor Out!




posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 03:13 AM
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Sorry had to add this just because I really want one. (wink wink)




posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 03:27 AM
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Originally posted by Pajjikor
Sorry had to add this just because I really want one. (wink wink)


awesome find great job posting this,
so how much is that car/plane gonna run me?

i want one



btw so if darpa is confessing to force feild technology doesnt this eliminate any possible excuse when it comes to terrorist attacks or other catastrophies?

like for example the twin towers could have been protected by said force feild,

as could have been the cockpit that the supposed terrorist kicked their way into.

and every car crash that occurs everyday,

or every bank/store robbery,

this could go on, this tech would help us take control back from the government. if only the government weren't the only ones with the tech.

i'm sure there are plenty of companies out there that would love to market this tech to the public

[edit on 31-8-2010 by pryingopen3rdeye]



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 04:00 AM
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I think the plane runs for couple hundred grand. Its out of my budget.

As for DARPA..... they like keeping things secret until they have something better to replace it with. Or at least that is how it seems to go.



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 04:11 AM
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When did we invent force fields????


In the 1820's

From your article:

"DARPA wants to deploy electromagnetic force fields between two orbiting SPHERES so they can reorient each other without resorting to their thrusters."

Translation: Magnets attract or repell one other. Electromagnets are basically magnets for which you can control the intensity of their field by inputting a variable current. More current = stronger field. By installing a "grid" of electromagnets in two spheres, and by selectively adjusting the field strength of the various point in the grid, you can generate attraction and repulsion between those various points on the sphere, causing them to rotate and reorient as desired. No chemical fuel or combustion required.



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posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 04:17 AM
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Thank you sir, i guess I saw force field and my mind skipped some of the more vital information.



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 04:18 AM
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so how much is that car/plane gonna run me?

Estimated $200,000 - $250,000. Will require a Sport Pilot license. Production has not yet begun, but $10,000 deposits are being accepted for anticipated deliveries in 2011.



[edit on 31-8-2010 by LordBucket]



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 04:46 AM
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I'd be more interested in the things that exist that we "don't" know about..

You gotta wonder what is really out there, black ops etc...etc..



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 05:38 AM
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And as long as you're configuring that hardware, DARPA says, "another goal of this program thrust area is to demonstrate wireless power transfer through resonant inductive coupling," so two SPHERES orbiting in tandem can share power between them.


From the news, I'm more interested in these. By simple glance, it seems Tesla works for DARPA

Benefits would be tremendous, I think the HAARP experiments branch from these "power transfer".

Question When will this available for the public ?



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 07:12 AM
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Question When will this available for the public ?


Umm...have you been to radio shack lately? Best Buy maybe? This is not news.

If you look at the history of wireless power transfer you'll see that people have acknowledged that it's possible for a very long time.

In 1964, the technical director of Raytheon demonstrated on CBS news a helicopter powered via remote transmission. Source 1 Source 2 (page 13). Clearly if it was shown on national television almost fifty years ago, it doesn't make much sense to suggest that it's some secret black-op technology that nobody knows about.

Since then, it's been used by by a few corporations (see the above history), but it's only been in the past few years that international standards commitees have formed.

In any case, if you want to go and buy stuff powered by remote transmission, you can. There's no question of "when it will become available." Hell, here are some wireless speakers on ebay.



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 07:39 AM
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Originally posted by LordBucket
Clearly if it was shown on national television almost fifty years ago, it doesn't make much sense to suggest that it's some secret black-op technology that nobody knows about.



teslas wireless energy transfer wasnt the conspiracy,

the conspiracy surrounded teslas ability to produce electricity with ZERO fuel,

let me ask you, if electricity was free and endless, then would we realy need money at all?



posted on Aug, 31 2010 @ 09:22 AM
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Now lets sum this up,
1.High output zero point energy.
2.The above energy transmitted through wireless
3.Auto self synchronous satellite/spheres powered by above.
4.The said satellite passing high power around them effectively creating a net of electromagnetic fence.
5.Fence grid is exponentially raise with each new satellite.

Does the US goverment trying to create another new 'fence', now above the atmosphere ? Kick the visitors ?
or
They're creating faraday cage for us ? Strengthen the earth magnetic shield ?
or
Microwave us (along with them also) ?


Just some example usage.

NO, the wireless speaker somebody said is not a sample of wireless POWER tranmission. Bluetooth/IR/Remote Control toys is not a sample of power transmission.

The wireless power transmission experiment was perform by Discovery channel and some scientist, they successfully transmitted few kW of electric above sea and through fog using air as medium. Its still in development/experimental stage (civilian side).
I just wonder when will it be available for mass consumption/production level cause DARPA was already quite open about it.

Next to ponder: Aeroplane will have lanes due to the power "lines", else ..get fried



posted on Sep, 1 2010 @ 12:17 AM
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not a sample of wireless POWER tranmission.

I just wonder when will it be available for mass consumption/production level


Whare are you looking for? I don't know what part of the world you live in, but according to Haiers' website, my local Fry's sells this stuff. Click the link. Watch the video. That television is on a glass table some distance from the transmitter and the demo guy states clearly that power is being transmitted, not just signal.

There are a bunch of companies making products powered by magnetic inductance. Witricity, ecoupled, Powermat, powercast. If you have the money you can go out and buy these things right now.


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posted on Sep, 14 2010 @ 02:40 AM
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I heard a rumor of a special "chair" that the gov has. They can bring a person back to life within a certain time period. If it's true, probably to retrieve intel from a spy that got bodied. Most likely BS, but it makes you wonder...



posted on Sep, 14 2010 @ 02:31 PM
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ah my freinds why so grime???there is always a way to get somthing "theres always a chink in the armour" "the people shoudn't fear the goverment the goverment should fear the people"even if they dont want you to have it
all you must do is look "the strongest treasure chest cannot keep the secrets forever""every 'great' kingdom must come to an end sooner or later" hope that helps my freinds get what you would like



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