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Jan 15, 2018

Expanding Awareness: OBE (with Graham Nicholls) and RV Resources to Explore

"There are just some things that are outside of comprehension, even if we can quantify them. At some point, science becomes magic." - Jay Hosking, Three Years with the Rat, Book Review: Macleans

Oddsnends -
  • Coffee drinker perk. Another positive report about caffeine. QZ
  • Ghost Writer genius started a company that helps you write your book while you live in a castle. INC Ready to write? AuthorIncubator
  • Future job category: Astrosociology. Scientific American
  • Every memory leaves its own imprint in the brain. Researchers are starting to work out what that looks like. Nature
  • Superpower: Ability to mend Butterfly wings. TheDodo
  • Water on Mars... is a very big deal. MSN
  • Paying closer attention to info cited by Remote Viewers. Skip Atwater on Joe McMoneagle's reports. And another link at Collective Evolution
  • Ingo Swann's RV report of water on the Moon? Still Curious.

Thanks to 'EuropesHeart' for posting my Conscious Living interview with OBE researcher, explorer, teacher, Graham Nicholls. Graham is the Director of the Out of Body and Near Death Experience Society (UK). Info is still fresh.



When I bring up the topic of Beginner's Mind (:14), Graham notes the problem with certainty or knowing. "The moment you start saying this is the answer, this is the truth, then the likelihood is that you're going to ignore anything that contradicts that."

Graham's books include Navigating the Out of Body Experience. He also offers coaching. Connect

Related sites - 

And then there's Remote Viewing - Not entirely unrelated.

"Some say that we pass from spirit into the physical at birth and conversely from physical
world into spirit at death. I say that we never pass from the spirit."  - Skip Atwater

Thank you for listening and for sharing! 
Stay curious. 

Jan 14, 2018

The Eyes have it: True or False, EyeDetect can tell the difference ... AI game changer. No lie.

"The saddest aspect of life right now is that science gathers knowledge faster than society gathers wisdom." - Isaac Asimov, WIST quotes (Wish I'd Said That!)

Truth detected.

Oddsnends - 

  • All the perks (minus note on the potential hook). TedX presentation on how True Artificial Intelligence will change everything. Professor Juergen Schmidhuber has been called the father of modern AI. Deep Learning. Kurzweilai
  • As AI continues to evolve, remembering Elon Musk, NPR, advising caution. (Suspect once we incorporate AI into much of our tech there will be no recovering or divesting from that merge.) Musk's warning, so far, has been dismissed ignored.  At least one jabbed Musk's action as self-serving. - Might be he's less concerned with reasons we can imagine as a deal breaker and more concerned with issues we have not yet bothered begun to fathom.
  • Forward we go. Healthcare, VR, Cybersecurity, 51 AI Predictions for 2018. Forbes

AI game changer. Wendy's Coffeehouse interview w/ Todd Mickelsen of Converus - 1/14/18.

Sci-Fi truth detection tech is coming on line. Stargate SG-1, Season 4, Episode 5 - Carter and O'Neill caught lying? The eyes have it. Imagine the uses: Law Enforcement, Human Resources, Retail, Lending and Dating, as a start.

As lie detection tech evolves, expect Polygraph tests to be replaced by a process that is less cumbersome, more efficient and remarkably accurate. And more widely adopted.

In the truth detection industry, EyeDetect is an up-and-comer. The program tracks dishonesty via eye movement. Accuracy? 86 percent. In 30 minutes. Watch how the program works. CNN/EyeDetect.

Another product offered by Converus, IdentityDetect, is 90 percent accurate in 3 minutes. Game changers to keep watching, no doubt.

One of the current users of the EyeDetect program, a testimonial. How does it work and is it cost effective?



Trying to foil EyeDetect? - Greg Avery with the Denver Business Journal - on video - takes the challenge. Twenty dollars if he wins. Some have won. Did he?

Follow Converus on YouTube


News beyond the fringe -

"Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go." T. S. Eliot


Thank you for listening and for sharing!
Stay curious. 

Jan 12, 2018

SciXFriday - a mix of curious, happy, odd and etc.

"The highest forms of understanding we can achieve are laughter and human compassion." - Richard Feynman


Oddsnends -
  • UFO - Secret Pentagon program revealed. What now? Still curious. FOX
  • Happy and they know it? Norway. World Happiness Report for 2017. (Bobby McFerrin)
  • Booyah! Water on Mars. Wired. How good that is will be determined.
  • Stephen Hawking says he'll pay the fare for climate deniers. Pack bags for Venus.
  • An invented language survived Hitler and Stalin has a new online fan base. BBC Future.
    Check it out? Here's the Duolingo link: Esperanto.
  • Job opening for classified airline Janet. Flight Attendant. Required: Top Secret Clearance.
    Area 51? The truth flies somewhere out there.
  • Dumroll - best Domino tricks of 2017. Outdone by Magnets and Marbles.
  • When the whale saves you from a shark. Dodo.
  • Crowd Sourced SciFi? CNET readers write.

S
ci-Fi short film. DUST - owns an epic break room. Plurality.



Directed by Dennis A Liu
Cast and credits IMDB
Follow for more short film scifi:  DUST

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