A Syrian military source has said Israeli rockets hit an air base near Damascus. No casualties have been reported, however.
WEB Notes: Watch the two minute video which demonstrates the technology. This is not something 5-10 years down the line. It is coming to Seattle, Washington next year. So if you do not have a phone from what we can tell so far it looks like you would be blocked from shipping. I think we can all see where this is going and how technology like this will be used by Satan. Not that it cannot be done today. Everyone already uses plastic (credit/atm cards).
WEB Notes: I am sure it has nothing to do with our chemical laden food, the vaccines we are given, the pollution we breath or the “geoengineering” that is taking place (insert sarcasm).
A lengthy editor’s note appeared Wednesday atop Craig Timberg‘s November 24 Washington Post story claiming that a Russian propaganda campaign aided the spread of “fake news” in the 2016 presidential election. The note lays some interesting distance between the newspaper and the work its article draws from.
WEB Notes: IOS (Apple) devices already sort your photos into folders by faces. This came out in the latest IOS release. You can then “name” the face. Technology is advancing extremely fast. This is certainly not an evil, however, if you and I have this technology then imagine what the NSA data centers and government databases we have been reading about for years have. Not to mention all the information we publicly provide the world in the form of social media.
The European Central Bank expanded its quantitative-easing program to exceed 2.2 trillion euros ($2.4 trillion) by the end of 2017, buying at a reduced monthly pace with the caveat that it can step up or prolong purchases if needed.
NASA’s Cassini probe has beamed home the first close-up images of Saturn from the new phase of its venerable mission, and they’re a doozy.
Paris was smothered Wednesday by its worst winter pollution in a decade, with commuters enjoying free public transport and half of all cars ordered off the road to try to clear the air.
Despite Senator Ted Cruz’s regressive positions on a number of issues, including climate change, on one point — artificial intelligence — he is trying to push the needle in his own way. Cruz opened up last Wednesday’s hearing by the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Space, Science, and Competitiveness with an abrupt reminder that AI is becoming such a predominant part of our lives that investments in it will increase by 300 percent in the new few years.