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The Connection Between Covid and EMF Radiation – The Expose

A study published in October investigated a possible environmental factor in the Covid pandemic: ambient radiofrequency radiation from wireless communication systems including microwaves and millimetre waves.

The study – ‘Evidence for a connection between coronavirus disease-19 and exposure to radiofrequency radiation from wireless communications including 5G’ – was published in The Journal of Clinical and Translational Research (“JCTR”), an open access, peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary scientific journal.  And was carried out by Dr. Beverly Rubik, with a PhD in…

The Year in Cryptocurrency — 2021 Popular Reads on JD Supra | Beacon Insights by JD Supra

The SEC’s action against Ripple, NFTs, Dogecoin, smart contracts, and more … here’s a quick look at some of the most well-read posts covering cryptocurrency matters, all aspects, on JD Supra during 2021:

Ripple Responds to the SEC’s Enforcement Action – by Matt Stankiewicz at the Volkov Law Group
SEC vs. Ripple Could Make Waves in Cryptocurrency Market – by Alon Kapen at Farrell Fritz
Ripple Effect: SEC Lawsuit against Cryptocurrency Company May Provide Guidance For Crypto Industry – by Nikhil Mehta at SmithAmundsen
SEC Complaint Against Ripple (XRP) And Possible Regulatory…

Still don’t get how the so-called ‘waves’ are created? La Quinta Columna gives you the rundown

December 07, 2021

A few hours ago, La Quinta Columna briefly explained again for its new followers the real cause of the famous “waves” caused by the never isolated, never purified, and never sequenced SARS-CoV-2. What’s today known as COVID clinical picture is nothing more than an acute irradiation syndrome (ARS), with the difference that patients present bilateral pneumonia (COVID lung). This type of pneumonia would be caused by the graphene oxide located in the lungs once electronically excited through non-ionizing radiation emitted by 4G, 4G Plus, and 5G antennas.Orwell City…

Mantel Group’s Eliiza partners with Govt to launch AI and machine learning research unit – Services

Melbourne data science company Eliiza has partnered with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Gravitational Wave Discovery (OzGrav) to launch a new business unit, Eliiza Research.
Eliiza Research aims to enhance Australia’s capabilities in machine learning and artificial intelligence associated with gravitational-wave astronomy. As part of the deal, Eliiza CEO James Wilson will also join the OzGrav Research translation committee.
Eliiza said the partnership also aims to capitalise on the first detections of gravitational waves in 2015 to…

Expect Bitcoin at $10k if This Happens

The last time we saw Bitcoin’s value at less than $10k was around July of last year when the value of the asset was trading far below its current value. Since then, the value of the asset has enjoyed massive adoption and growth that has pushed its price to its current ATH of above $68k.
Bitcoin Could Crash to $10k
However, one top money manager, Louis Navellier, recently made a shocking price prediction that is sending some shock waves down the spine of many crypto enthusiasts and the community at large. According to him, the value of the flagship digital asset could crash to as low as…

The Return of the Flu – Swiss Policy Research

Sweden: The return of the flu (WHO FluNet)Published: November 24, 2021Share on: Telegram / Twitter / Facebook
The flu has returned to some countries with high rates of natural immunity against SARS-CoV-2. In contrast, countries with high vaccination rates but low natural immunity rates are seeing record new covid waves, although at lower hospitalization and death rates than previously.
In March 2020, shortly after the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, influenza viruses and some other respiratory viruses mysteriously disappeared from global circulation. Some skeptics suspected that…

Futures Tumble Amid Sudden Fears Over “Dramatically” New Covid Strain With “Extremely High Number”…

Futures are sliding on Thursday night when, with most US traders snoring in a tryptophan coma, the world is suddenly freaking out, and algos are hitting bids, amid fears that a new coronavirus strain detected in South Africa, known as B.1.1529, reportedly carries an “extremely high number” of mutations and is “clearly very different” from previous incarnations, which may drive further waves of disease by evading the body’s defenses South African scientists said.Medics at an infectious-disease unit in South Africa, where a new strain of COVID is spreading quicklyTranslation: a new…

RippleX exec says ODL is ‘killer value proposition to Ripple Net’

Despite the ongoing SEC vs Ripple Labs lawsuit and the market experiencing a dip, Ripple has been making waves in crypto news. During an episode of the Thinking Crypto podcast, RippleX General Manager Monica Long spoke to host Tony Edward about Ripple’s recent performance, multi-chain development, and the XRP Ledger technology.
Water, water everywhere
Calling ODL the “killer value proposition to Ripple Net,” Long explained,
“So you know, ODL’s been in market for a few years now and Q3 was definitely, you know, the most outstanding…And the volume through ODL grew – so if you…

Senator assures there will be clarity in US Infra bill’s tax reporting requirements

The $1 trillion US Infrastructure Bill has sent waves of panic through the crypto community. Stakeholders across the ecosystem wonder whether they’ll be able to comply with the bill’s stringent reporting requirements. Now, senators are stepping forward to be heard.
Lummis illuminates her stance

.@RonWyden and I are making sure that tax reporting requirements are clear and don’t put an undue burden on entities that have no information to give the IRS.
— Senator Cynthia Lummis (@SenLummis) November 18, 2021

Lummis’s tweet came after members of Congress submitted a letter to…

Anthony Scaramucci Urges Investors To Buy Bitcoin, Says It’s Headed For $500K

Skybridge Capital’s Anthony Scaramucci is once again making waves in the bitcoin market. This time, with the predicted value of bitcoin which he put at one of the highest ever seen in the space. For Scaramucci, investing in bitcoin has been a no-brainer, taking both a personal and corporate stake in the digital asset. However, now, the CEO is talking to investors across the sphere.
Buy Bitcoin Now
Scaramucci has urged investors to purchase bitcoin despite its current price which is deemed to be on the high side. He explains that bitcoin is barely at its peak….

Grayscale’s Total Crypto Assets Under Management Tops $60 Billion

Grayscale has continued to make strides in its crypto investments. The asset manager had first made waves in the market when it had launched its bitcoin fund. Since then, it had added altcoins to various funds that it manages on behalf of its clients. With the bull rally continuing this year, Grayscale has made waves with its crypto assets under management.
Gains have been the order of the day with bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies hitting new all-time highs multiple times this year. These gains have pushed Grayscale’s funds well into the green and have…

While the Value Locked in Defi Soars, Dozens of Dapps Leverage Cross-Chain Support – Defi Bitcoin…

Decentralized finance (defi) protocols continue to shine as the total value locked in defi is over $260 billion. While Ethereum started the defi trend and holds the lion’s share of TVL in defi, a great number of decentralized applications (dapps) are supporting a slew of alternative blockchains.
Today’s Most Popular Dapps Support More Than One Network
On November 7, the total value locked in defi is $260 billion according to defillama statistics on Sunday. When defi first started making waves, most of the dapps that people interacted with leveraged the Ethereum (ETH) blockchain….

NFT and DeFi are seeing practical use as online businesses incorporate these technologies

Since its inception, nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, have been making waves mainly in the art world, allowing many graphic designers, musicians and artists to sell their work exclusively to willing buyers. While there might have been a lot of controversy surrounding the technology, it’s undeniable that the support and demand for NFTs are only rising and many people are ready to pay enormous amounts to own some digital assets.Art collectors aside, many businesses have recently been finding more practical use for these nonfungible tokens and started to issue NFTs as membership cards. The number…

The Impact of AI on Social Media Marketing

Today the ever-evolving landscape of social media platforms could make it challenging for brands to get the most out of social media marketing. Artificial intelligence has been making a lot of waves and while that is not news, its foray into the world of social media marketing has decidedly invited quite a lot of interest from companies across the broad spectrum of industries.
It is one of the reasons why brands turn to AI-based technologies for gathering and analyzing real-time data to use…

The Universe is about Energy and Information

The Universe is not matter and space, but energy and information.

Energy exists in the form of patterns and propagation of waves in the vacuum that fills space. Energy is the ‘hardware’ of the universe (not matter). Information is the software.

The Universe is not an assembly of bits of inert matter moving passively and randomly in empty space, but a coherent and dynamic Whole. It is configured by an implicit order (David Bohm) that physicists now call “The Field”, or nuether.

Without information, the waves and energy patterns of the Universe would be random and unstructured, like a computer without software. But the Universe is neither random nor unstructured.

If the Universe was unstructured it could not give rise to the complex systems that emerge from it, like us.… Read more...

What is sound?

An introduction to digital sound and audio data. With a Python example on exploring audio files, sound waves, and spectrograms.Continue reading on Towards Data Science »

Tokens are a New Digital Primitive, Analogous to the Website

Major computing waves generally have two eras: the skeuomorphic era and the native era.
In the skeuomorphic era, the design thinking is largely adapted from older domains. For example, the early web was mostly digital adaptations of pre-internet activities like letter writing and mail-order shopping. Websites back then were mostly read-only.
It took about a decade for technologists to start seriously exploring the idea that websites could be read/write, where users generate the content. This…

The insideBIGDATA IMPACT 50 List for Q4 2021

The team here at insideBIGDATA is deeply entrenched in following the big data ecosystem of companies from around the globe. We’re in close contact with most of the firms making waves in the technology areas of big data, data science, machine learning, AI and deep learning. Our in-box is filled each day with new announcements, commentaries, and insights about what’s driving the success of our industry so we’re in a unique position to publish our quarterly IMPACT 50 List of the most…

Consciousness: a Flashlight in the Dark

The real world (independent of us) is waves of probability, and it is we (and any conscious organism) who interact with it, materializing the reality that surrounds us.

Consciousness is like a flashlight that you turn on in a dark room, which allows you to see the objects you are focusing on in order to walk around.

Are there things outside the beam of light? Yes, but you have no way of knowing what they are or where they are unless you point the flashlight in their direction, or stumble upon them (which is another form of measurement).

Microwave Ovens: Need More Power? Use Lasers Instead!

You know how it is, you get in late from work, you’ve been stuck in traffic for what seems like an eternity, and you’re hungry. You reach for the microwave meal, and think, if only I didn’t have to wait that three-and-a-half minutes, 900 watts just isn’t enough power. What you need is a laser microwave, and as luck would have it, [Styropyro] has built one, so you don’t have to. No, really, don’t.

After he observed a microwave only operating on a half-wave basis, and delivering power 50% of the time, he attempted to convert it to full-wave by doubling up the high voltage transformer and rectification diodes. While this worked, the poor suffering magnetron didn’t go the full mile, and died somewhat prematurely.

Not to be disheartened, the obvious thing was to ditch the whole concept of cooking with boring old radio waves, and just use a pile of frickin’ lasers instead.


“Listen to the technology; find out what it’s telling you…”

A COSM 2021 speaker that tech watchers won’t want to miss is CalTech’s Carver Mead (1934–), best known in computer history for pioneering the automation, methodology and teaching of the integrated circuit design used in microprocessors and memories.

According to the Lemelson–MIT Student Prize program, “Carver Mead has made many of the Information Age’s most significant advances in microcircuitry, which are essential to the internet access and global cellular phone use that many people enjoy and take for granted every day.”

Mead is also honored as a teacher. Forty years at CalTech, he advised the first female electrical engineering student there, Louise Kirkbride, who went on to become a tech developer and inventor in her own right.


The Art of Trend Breaking with IWG

Wayne Berger, CEO of IWG North America and Latin America, discusses how the company rode the waves of the coworking boom and bust to emerge ahead of the pack.

Photo by CoWomen on Unsplash

As far as trends go, a few years ago you were probably hearing all about the rise of co-working and how some big brands were making inroads in major cities to give workers looking for more options exactly that. But there was one company that was already there, holding steady through it all and emerging from the co-working bubble still standing strong.

Wayne Berger is the the CEO of IWG North America and Latin America. IWG, short for International Workforce Group, boasts thousands of coworking spaces internationally, and has been on the co-working bandwagon before it was cool.


New ‘vortex beams’ of atoms and molecules are the first of their kind

Like soft serve ice cream, beams of atoms and molecules now come with a swirl.

Scientists already knew how to dish up spiraling beams of light or electrons, known as vortex beams (SN: 1/14/11). Now, the first vortex beams of atoms and molecules are on the menu, researchers report in the Sept. 3 Science.

Vortex beams made of light or electrons have shown promise for making special types of microscope images and for transmitting information using quantum physics (SN: 8/5/15). But vortex beams of larger particles such as atoms or molecules are so new that the possible applications aren’t yet clear, says physicist Sonja Franke-Arnold of the University of Glasgow in Scotland, who was not involved with the research. “It’s maybe too early to really know what we can do with it.”


Detect Lightning Strikes with an Arduino

Lightning is a powerful and seemingly mysterious force of nature, capable of releasing huge amounts of energy over relatively short times and striking almost at random. Lightning obeys the laws of physics just like anything else, though, and with a little bit of technology some of its mysteries can be unraveled. For one, it only takes a small radio receiver to detect lightning strikes, and [mircemk] shows us exactly how to do that.

When lightning flashes, it also lights up an incredibly wide spectrum of radio spectrum as well. This build uses an AM radio built into a small integrated circuit to detect some of those radio waves. An Arduino Nano receives the signal from the TA7642 IC and lights up a series of LEDs as it detects strikes in closer and closer proximity to the detector.