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TJ aka Theresa Bret C Sheppard & Karen C Patrick introduce Dr. R. Ken Johnston Sr., 1 of 4 Civilian Astronaut Consultant Pilots from the Apollo Moon Program, is a retired aerospace engineer, US Marine, “NASA Whihtleblower.” He refused to strictly follow orders and destroy a nearly-complete collection of 8″ x 10″ glossy photo-prints from the Apollo program, photos now not available from NASA. Higher resolution than what is generally found online in space agency databases. Ken Johnston’s archive of historic NASA photos, his decision to go public with evidence of the manipulation of images from the Apollo moon missions is the stuff of legend of alternative history community.
Dr. R. Ken Johnston, Sr. one of 4 Civilian Astronaut Consultant Pilots from the Apollo Moon Program, is a retired aerospace engineer, US Marine, and “NASA Whistleblower.” He refused to strictly follow orders and destroy a nearly-complete collection of 8″ x 10″ glossy photo-prints from the Apollo program, photos that are not available from NASA at this time and are of a higher resolution than what is found online. Johnston was born at Fort Sam Houston US Army Air Base in San Antonio, TX. 1942, and studied at Oklahoma City University. He enlisted in the US Marines in August, 1962 and reported to Pensacola as a Marine Officer Cadet for flight training in September 1964. He left active duty from the Marines in August 1966.
Johnston was hired by Grumman Aircraft Corp. because of his training as a pilot with an avionics background to become a principal contractor for the Apollo Lunar Module testing. His cockpit and instrument development and Astronaut training at the Manned Space Center (to be renamed JSC) in Houston, Texas, as a “civilian astronaut consultant pilot.” Ken Johnston worked as a contractor from 1966 to 1972, during the Apollo Program, and he was employed by Brown & Root Northroup,
More than 70,000 SMB customers will be affected in April 2016 as Microsoft will no longer support tens of millions of SQL 2005 and 2008 databases. Geeman Yip, CEO of cloud enablement company BitTitan, can explain what SMBs need to know about the end of SQL Server and how it’ll affect their business.
Blake Zalcberg, chief executive officer of OFM, a North Carolina-based office and school furniture manufacturer, distributor, looked even farther into the future.
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The new fall edition of Small Busines Digest is now available here.
Imagine the following scenario: You are on your way home from work, driving down the road when you notice police lights in your rearview mirror. You are being pulled over.
As you sit there, on the shoulder, adrenaline rushing, simultaneously angry and nervous, the police officer, in his patrol car behind you, is sizing you up based on an algorithm that determines your “threat rating.The officer enters your license plate into a mobile application on his laptop. In a matter of seconds, this application crawls over billions of records in commercial and public databases, including all available social media engagement, recent purchases and any comment that are offensive The application then determines if your “threat rating” is green, yellow, or red.The reality is that any number of unimaginable things can and would happen next. And now, thanks to an especially ominous product, by a company named Intrado, and the Orwellian nature of police in this country, those extraordinary situations are now a reality
Intrado is one of many corporations thriving here in the US, from the creation and growth of the police industrial complex.
The prefix “vict” comes from the Latin root word vict, meaning “conquer.” It is related to the root word vinc. This is where we get the word victim from. The definition of victim is “a person who is deceived or cheated, as by his or her own emotions or ignorance, by the dishonesty of others, or by some impersonal agency” or “a person or animal sacrificed or regarded as sacrificed”.the dots, a “con-vict” or “vict-con”
Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with veterinarian and animal advocate Dr. Linda Bender about the importance of grieving our pets and how they continue to bless our lives even after they pass. Dr. Bender shares the story of losing her precious cat, Wimsey, who she considered to be her best friend for 18 years. Both Mandy and Linda emphasize how important it is to allow yourself to grieve pets, as we do for humans, and to not feel ashamed about it. Linda shares several stories from her collection (one of the largest databases of stories about animals in the world) about how beloved animals have contacted their owners after they pass. She helps people see how these experiences are “normal” and not “paranormal.” She says “grief can motivate us to show up as love in the world.”
Dr. Linda Bender’s love of the natural world began in her childhood backyard. Her innate rapport with animals inspired her to earn a doctorate in veterinary medicine. During the 14 years she spent living in England, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Linda’s veterinary work included the rescue, rehabilitation, and protection of wildlife, often in remote areas. In 2014 Linda wrote a book called Animal Wisdom: Learning from the Spiritual Lives of Animals (North Atlantic). This book illuminates the undeniable ability for animals to restore our ecological, emotional and spiritual balance.
Her non-profit, From the Heart, has a mission of recognizing that all creatures have lives of meaning and purpose, and provides support for animals in need and strives to help people understand the natural connection between humans and animals, and the mutual need to protect the Earth we share. To learn more visit her website, www.LindaBender.org
The Dungeon Crawlers Radio teams welcomes the creators of the Pulsar RPG thats available on Kickstarter now.
Pulsars is a tabletop role playing game set in a universe where dedicated soldiers gain access to powered suits of armor that grant them strange and phenomenal abilities. These soldiers, known as Pulsars, take on the forces of the great Enemy and his minions in a struggle to protect the galaxy.
In the game, you are a member of the Pulsar Corps: a line of galactic defenders who are humanity's best chance for survival in a war that has waged for over a century. As a Pulsar, you are given a Suit, an amazing piece of technology that allows for one person to stand against a legion of foes and increases their physical and mental abilities. The Suit will exemplify whatever made you exceptional before, turning you into an epic level defender of the galaxy.
A warrior becomes even faster and stronger, their weapons become more accurate. A crime scene investigator has their Suit hardwired directly into their brain, allowing them to analyze evidence found at a crime scene instantaneously as well as having multiple databases downloaded into their brain for information. A field surgeon may have a suit that automatically sterilizes the environment and can produce simple compounds to aid in healing wounds, or generate the tools needed to treat broken bones.
We live in a brave new world. You may not have questioned your parents, but science has made an indelible impact on our ability to understand our origins. Today on Home Front we discuss the major breakthrough genetic testing is becoming for all of us.
With the advent of the Information age, we have the ability to acquire more facts than ever before. Today we have a special guest, CeCe Moore who is an independent professional genetic genealogist currently working on two different TV shows: Finding Your Roots and Genealogy Roadshow.
CeCe is also the Lead Ancestry Ambassador for 23andMe and has close working relationships with all of the major genetic genealogy testing companies. Her area of expertise lies in assisting others in understanding DNA testing products such as 23andMe's Relative Finder and Ancestry.com's program called AncestryDNA. On this episode, we talk with CeCe Moore who is the consultant on the TV show, "Finding Your Roots" and a genetic geneologist. CeCe discusses how much people can learn about themselves and their origins just by having their DNA analyzed.
1. China’s Defense Ministry has accused the United States of “militarizing” the South China Sea by staging patrols and joint military drills there, leading to raised tensions in the disputed region.
2. White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the International Atomic Energy Agency will release a report on the “past military dimensions” of Iran’s nuclear program prior to the implementation of the agreed-upon nuclear deal.
3. An Iranian official said Iran will not allow American or Canadian inspectors working for the U.N. nuclear watchdog to visit its nuclear facilities.
4. The US State Department gave its approval on Wednesday for a possible foreign military sale to Saudi Arabia of Patriot Advanced Capability-3 missiles and equipment, worth $5.4 billion.
5. The Obama administration has determined that it must retaliate against China for the theft of the personal information of more than 20 million Americans from the databases of the Office of Personnel Management, but it is still struggling to decide what it can do without prompting an escalating cyberconflict.
You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com
The prophetic passage of Scripture that we are looking at today is 1 Kings 22:13-14 which reads: "And the messenger that was gone to call Micaiah spake unto him, saying, Behold now, the words of the prophets declare good unto the king with one mouth: let thy word, I pray thee, be like the word of one of them, and speak that which is good. And Micaiah said, As the Lord liveth, what the Lord saith unto me, that will I speak."
Our second coming quote for today is from Matthew Henry. He said: "Christ will come when he pleases, to show his sovereignty, and will not let us know when, to teach us our duty."
Excerpted from last Thursday's press release by our guest Alfredo Lopez, May 1st IT steering committe member.
Using a Denial of Service attack, hackers crippled servers at May First/People Link hosting the websites of several pro-choice organizations Thursday, July 30.
The target was Fund Abortion Now (http://fundabortionnow.org/), the website of the National Network of Abortion Funds, a national network of pro-choice foundations and organizations and a May First/People Link member.
The attack, which appears to be part of a coordinated, national attack on pro-choice sites (including Planned Parenthood) started in the early morning hours of July 30 and continued for several hours after that.
May First technologists resolved the issue by routing the website traffic through Deflect (https://www.deflect.ca/), a free and open source-based service that assists websites that are under Denial of Service attacks. Deflect reroutes the website traffic through its own specially designed distributed network of servers that can filter out attacks like these before routing it back to May First/People Link. After that move, the website came up and is now functional.
Planned Parenthood, the target of a recent smear campaign by right-wing propagandists, suffered two on-line attacks this week: one involved theft of data from the organization's databases and the other was a Denial of Service attack that brought the organization's site down on Wednesday. Planned Parenthood's site, although recovered, remains off-line today.
May First/People Link is a membership organization specializing in Internet work with members world-wide, primiarily in the United States and Mexico.
Obama's Orwellian racial databases designed to create lawsuits, Obama's gender neutral transgender White House bathroom, Some reasonable gays on gay marriage get in trouble with the militants, Gay man who produced 10 kids does not believe in the role of fathers, 38 companies/organizations who support abortions, Russian nuclear bombers fly 40 miles off California coast on July 4th, and more alternative news.
Lynn Rainville is a research professor in the humanities and the founding director of the Tusculum Institute for local history and historic preservation, located at Sweet Briar College. Although her PhD is in Near Eastern archaeology, she has spent the last decade studying historic African American cemeteries, documenting forgotten burial sites, conducting oral interviews with descendants of enslaved communities, and developing on-line mortuary databases.
Lynn began researching the enslaved community on the Sweet Briar Plantation in 2001 with the re-discovery of the on-campus slave cemetery; she is working on a book about this project titled Invisible Founders: African American Heritage at Sweet Briar. Her grant-funded research has produced numerous articles and a recent book titled “Hidden History: African American Cemeteries in Central Virginia" (University of Virginia Press, 2014). Her latest grant-funded research is on World War I memorials and gravestones. She hosts an annual Teaching with Historic Places workshop for central Virginian teachers and holds memberships in and presents papers at a wide variety of historical organizations including the American Historical Association, the National Council on Public History, the Archaeological Institute of America, the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society, and the Society for American Archaeology.
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An anonymous whistleblower has sent attorneys for Move, Inc a letter containing detailed accusations of data-theft by Zillow, which include "scraping" listing-data from the Realtor.com website, developing "data-quality" software that works by scraping the Realtor.com site even further, and then the outright theft of MLS contact, listing and other databases from Move, Inc. The letter also claims that incoming CEO Errol Samuelson worked while under court injuction - and provides a level of detail presumed to be
Andrea Bramblia from Inman News broke this story on April 10th in "Whistleblower alleges Zillow is stealing listing data from agent websites", and today we're discussing what this means for the industry, for Zillow, and for your real estate business!
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Part 1: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly of Mobility and BYOD
There are a lot of advantages to mobility in today’s workforce, but the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) movement has also brought its share of headaches as well.
We live in a society where everyone must have the newest technology. We are inundated with ads reminding us that the smartphone or tablet we just bought a year ago is laughably outdated and inferior to the upgrade that just hit the market.
People who have just bought the latest technology don’t want to have to set it aside to use a separate company-issued device. As a result, businesses are beginning to grant these employee-owned devices access to their file and email servers, databases, and applications.
While this brings certain competitive advantages to employers, it naturally carries many risks, too.