An oldie but goodie:
Sir! No Sir!
An oldie but goodie:
Sir! No Sir!
Here is a 9 hour deposition of Stanley Plotkin, widely considered as one of the leading figures in vaccinology. Within this deposition which is under oath he is forced to admit many of the claims that so called ‘anti Vaxxers’ talk about day in day out.
The deposition was part of a court case where Stanley was going to be called as an expert on the side of one parent who wanted their child vaccinated, whereas the other didn’t. After this deposition where in my opinion Stanley’s argument got torn to shreds, using scientific data. Stanley pulled out of the court case as he realised the lawyer here had really done his homework on vaccinations and he would have been humiliated further in front of the Judge.
A great interview with Nic Carter on Big Tech censorship. People are being disconnected from main stream internet resources and banking without a trial. Big Tech, Banking are fiefdoms where they can ban together, religio in Latin, to eliminate surf producers that don’t tow the line. This leaves a huge opportunity for gray market services to fill in these gaps. Safe Network can’t come soon enough.
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Every time I go to the Safe Network API github page I start singing…
I’m beginning to actually think what a great logo this would be for the Safe network API.
You know, Python has a small snake as a logo, so the Safe network API has a small crocodile as theirs.
Old Python logo 🠕
That way madness lies!
The Rise of Trust Brokers | Sustainable Development Summit 2020
As more data is collected and exchanged, it has become unmanageable for users who often do not understand what is happening. Has the moment come to enlist trusted third parties – either real or virtual – to navigate our data for us?
Get ahead of the issues that will determine the future of data policy and governance.
Speakers: Robert Charles Kain, Jen King, Fabrice Tocco
The World Economic Forum is the International Organization for Public-Private Cooperation. The Forum engages the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas. We believe that progress happens by bringing together people from all walks of life who have the drive and the influence to make positive change.
These people don’t suggest giving the owners of the data total control of their data. Look at the number of downvotes and comments. LOL. They are so out of touch with normal folk.
Their solution is “Trust” Brokers to handle our privacy and data. Of course these brokers could cancel you if you don’t share their opinions. Their solution is to give more Trust to them. They make it clear this is how they want their “smart cities” to work.
Such a scripted “discussion”.
Are you sure that video on Boston Robotics is legit? Not that it isn’t thought provoking but something just seems off about it. I mean that level of physical humanoid dexterity is expensive and if the bot became dangerous to humans they’d need to shut it down fast or destroy it which could become costly. So are you sure it’s not just a human in a suit and that they’re performing a skit? I mean it makes a good point but lacks somewhat in credibility and authenticity.
This video is not real, it’s a joke
Yep, proven they faked those.
Lacoste merch would be boring and expensive
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