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"nora link" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"nora link" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Was a setup. So I take responsibility for falling for a setup, and that's all. I'm going to say that. We've got response from the California Beauty Federation's legal counsel. Add 6 47 Today it's online, too had kpk dot com Afternoon news Kitty O'Neil. In other news today marks the one year anniversary of the dive boat fire off the coast of Southern California killed 34 people, including five members of a Stockton family gave the case. Jodie Guerrero has that story. A memorial for the conception. Dive boat victims is now in Santa Barbara Harbor. Plac lists the names of 33 passengers and one crew member who died when the diving vessel caught fire on September 2nd of last year. Only five crew members escaped the blaze. The National Transportation Safety Board is still reviewing an investigation into the fire and plans to meet October 20th. I'll discuss the probable cause and any changes to the draft final report. Jody Guerrero News 93.1 KFBK. A special commission has picked a replacement for the old Mississippi state flag. ABC is Jim Ryan says the previous flag included the Confederate stars and bars and its upper left hand corner. The commission saw 3800 design suggestions from around the country. It has narrowed it to one, a dark blue field with red stripes trimmed in gold on the left and right in the center, the state flower, the magnolia, surrounded by 20 stars and the words in God, we trust below the circle of stars. Mississippi voters will either approve or reject the banner on November 3rd Jim Ryan ABC News And Elon Musk, demonstrating the use of a computer chip used to control the brain called Nora Link. The chip is designed to be implanted into a person's skull with small wires connecting to the brain. Musk says he hopes the technology can be used to treat neural disorders and help spinal injury victims regained body movement. He also believes the system could be used in the future. To improve intelligence to help humans keep up with supercomputers as well as artificial intelligence technology. And new this afternoon maintenance on secretary's levees and critical waterway said start this week. Utility crews working on levees and service roads while re armoring areas under bridges and clearing debris that could service of flood risk for the city. The first one scheduled for maintenance is lower. Morrison rode off Franklin Boulevard near Consumes River Boulevard. All right, 86 or seven at KPK coming up in our building a better Sacramento. Oh, another victim of covered 19. And it is a holiday tradition will tell you about that ahead. Right now. This hour's top national stories on news 93.1 kfbk.

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"nora link" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:23 min | 2 weeks ago

"nora link" Discussed on KGO 810

"Know everything with a chip in and all that computerese stuff. If you want to talk with me, 88 88 asked. Leo is my phone number 8888275536 told free from anywhere in the U. S. Or Canada outside that area, he still will have Tio use some sort of Technology witchcraft. Probably the best thing to do would be just you Skype out or something like that happening any VoIP solution. It will call a phone number a landline, and if you call that number, 88 88 asked Leo. It's toll free. Still free so Shouldn't cost you anything. Even from even if you want call from Russia. 88 88 asked LEAH website Tech I labs dot com. That's where we put everything I say. As if it mattered. But I've hired describe James drew foe to write this all down, so He's my Boswell so he will write it all down on DH put it there. And the only reason it's there is so that if you hear something, and you know, you say, I should know what it is that link again. You don't have to remember to write it down. It's all there. Just remember this tech guy labs. Got calm. Elon Musk. If you start a sentence that way, Elon Musk, you know it's going to be interesting. It might be infuriating. It might be bizarre, but you know it's going to be. It's not going to be boring. Elon Musk this week. Demonstrated something he's been is invested $100 million in And he's been working on for since 2016 called Nora Nora Link Neural Link a link Ellen reads a lot of SciFi fun, You know, founder of Tesla's the Electric Car Company in Space six. The company that's putting us 72,000 satellites above US for Internet. Course, was the Company that launched the the Dragon vehicle that brought the crew to the international space station and back the first American launch in many, many years, So you know He's kind of He's kind of like that, you know? I don't know how he's kind of like Iron Man. I guess it's kind of like the evil genius the brilliant genius of our time. It's good. We live in interesting times where their people like him and and Jeff Bezos and You know who just took change the world. Mark Zuckerberg? Maybe maybe for the good maybe for the worst, but just to change the world anyway. Ellen read a lot of SciFi as a kid. He also I think he said it on im going to take him at his word believes that we're not living in Actual reality. We're living in a simulation. This is a complicated one, but basically the notion that we're basically in a video game. Unclear whether the video game it was designed by s and as players and then played by us or for being played by other people. If it really is us or it's aliens or what? I don't know, but he believes you're in a simulation. I think that gives him some Magical powers because, hey, could he has the freedom to go? I'll do anything. I'll try anything. What doesn't matter? It's a simulation. So he's right. A lot of science fiction, as have I and one of the common tropes and SciFi. I'm thinking Neal Stephenson might have really kind of crystallized in snow Crash The meadow first, the idea that you could Flug thing into your head. Ah Neuromancer, another another great novel, the cyberpunk. Novel Neuromancer talks about this a lot of science fiction talks about this yet he could have a man machine interface you get somehow attach a computer to your head and either live in a simulation or used the computer to supplement your brain. So, Neil on having you know, thinking Well, it's my job to bring the future here. Single handedly Ilan created this company. Neural neural link didn't create it, but he funded it and some scientists really scientists are working on it. To create a brain machine interfaces. In fact, this week, they showed their machine that they would use to stitch a cell. If I cellophane like You have to open the skull. Okay? I'm sorry. It took a little piece of the skull. You could put it back. You're not gonna take it out and leave a hole in your head. You know, you take a little piece of the skull. Put this cellophane in it extrude super thin fibres into various brain centres. And then they put the skull. You know, they put the skull back on and it appears to your cellphone. Over Bluetooth. Anyway, they did it to a pig. Poor pig. Actually, they did, too. Well, they had three pigs. You know they have a control pig. They have the the operable pig. So they put this in the pig's head, and they showed that they could read the pig's brain waves. It's a little step. It's a baby step. It's not going. You know, we're not quite to the world where you jacket and be in another universe or anything like that quite yet, But you know you gotta make this is technology. You make little steps. You start with the pig the end with the man, that kind of thing. And they showed this conceptual machine. That you could go in to an office without no no anesthesia, and they'd just put your head in this machine and puts this thing in your head. And Ah, you two could be attached to the machine. I don't know if I want to do this. I don't know. Making progress, Ellen says the machine is very much simplified compared with what they showed you last year. Last good. Okay. I'm just I'm mentioning it because you know there you have it. That's the story. Morning Glory. It could be that you know that. I don't think it's going to be 10 years 20 years, maybe 100 years from now, this will be common place you go in. You know, when you hit your 21st birthday, your mom will give you Hey, honey. Ellen says it could should just cost a few $1000 your mama. Stay here, Honey. It's time for your surgery and you go in and you get sit down the machine. And then get back to your iPhone to your brain. Okay? Okay. I mean, You know, Wikipedia we love Wikipedia. Wikipedia is brilliant. We love it. What a great example of what the best that the Internet Khun do. It's an encyclopedia. Sometimes there's no not accurate stuff in their most the time it is surprisingly turns out when you get it. People crowded people working on something that kind of tends to be good somehow. Well, sometimes then there's the Scottish Wikipedia. A young American, a teenager, apparently since 2013 living in North Carolina. Has his hand handle is amaryllis gardener because he likes flowers has written 23,000 articles on the Scots Wikipedia 200,000 and its problem is in that Scottish doesn't speak the language. And apparently what he stunned. This is written article and and by the way, he's not doing this maliciously. Maybe he just didn't understand. My He's written. These articles in English and then goes to a appears to go to a Scottish English dictionary in does the translation sort of And so, really, he's written everything as if it was maybe perhaps, Robin Williams..

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"nora link" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

08:15 min | 2 weeks ago

"nora link" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Theater, digital photography, smartphones, smart watches. You know everything with a chip in and all that computer he stuff. If you want to talk with me, 88 88 asked. Leo is my phone number 8888275536 tollfree, uh, from anywhere in the U. S or Canada outside that area, you still will have Tio use some sort of Technology witchcraft. Probably the best thing to do would be just you Skype out or something like that. I think any VoIP solution. It will call a phone number a landline, and if you call that number, 88 88 asked Leo. It's toll free. Still free so Shouldn't cost you anything. Even from even if you want call from Russia. 88 88 asked LEAH website Tech I labs dot com. That's where we put everything I say. As if it mattered, But I've hired describe James Drew photo. Write this all down, so He's my Boswell so he will write it all down on DH put it there, and the only reason it's there is So that if you hear something and you, you know, you say, I should know what it is that link again. You don't have to remember to write it down. It's all there. Just remember this tech guy labs. Got it. Com. Elon Musk. If you start a sentence that way, Elon Musk, you know it's going to be interesting. It might be infuriating. It might be bizarre, but you know it's going to be. It's not going to be boring. Elon Musk this week. Demonstrated something he's been in his invested $100 million in And he's been working on for since 2016 called Nora Nora Link Neural link near our link. Ellen reads a lot of SciFi. In fact, Ellen you know founder of Tesla, the electric car company and Space six. The company that's putting us 72,000 satellites above us for in and Course, was the Company that launched the the Dragon vehicle that brought the crew to the international space station and back the first American, uh Launch in many, many years, so you know He's kind of He's kind of like that, you know? I don't know how he's kind of like Iron Man. I guess it's kind of like the evil genius the brilliant genius of our time. It's good. We live in interesting times where their people like him and and Jeff Bezos and you know who just took change the world. Mark Zuckerberg, Maybe maybe for the good maybe for the worst, but just to change the world anyway. Ellen read a lot of SciFi as a kid. He also I think he said it on im going to take him at his word believes that we're not living in Actual reality. We're living in a simulation. It is a complicated one, but basically the notion that we're basically in a video game. Unclear whether the video game it was designed by S and as as players and then played by us or for being played by other people. If it really is us or it's aliens or what? I don't know, but he believes you're in a simulation. I think that gives him some Magical powers because Hey, could he has the freedom to go? I'll do anything. I'll try anything. What? It doesn't matter. It's a simulation. So he's right. A lot of science fiction, as have I and one of the common tropes and side fi I'm thinking Neal Stephenson might have really kind of crystallized in snow Crash The meadow first, the idea that you could Plug thing into your head. Ah Neuromancer, another another great novel, the cyberpunk. Novel Neuromancer talks about this a lot of science fiction talks about this yet he could have a man machine interface you get somehow attach a computer to your head and either live in a simulation or used the computer to supplement your brain. So, Neil on having you know, thinking Well, it's my job to bring the future here. Single handedly Ellen created this company. Neural neural link didn't create it, but he funded it and some scientists really scientists are working on it. To create a brain machine interfaces. In fact, this week, they showed their machine that they would use to stitch a cell if I cellophane like You have to open the skull. Okay? I'm sorry. I took a little piece of the skull. You could put it back. You're not going to take it out and leave a hole in your head? No. You take a little piece of the skull. Put this cellophane in it extrude super thin fibres into various brain centres. And then they put the skull. You know, they put the skull back on and and it appears to your cellphone over Bluetooth. Anyway, They did it to a pig. Poor pig. Actually, they did, too. Well, they had three pigs. Well, you know, they have a control pig. They have the the operable pig. And so they put this in the pig's head, and they showed that they could read the pig's brain waves. It is a little step. It's a baby step. It's not gonna you know, we're not quite to the world where you could jacket and be in another universe or anything like that Quite yet, But you know, you gotta make this is technology. You make little steps. You start with the pig the end with the man, that kind of thing. And they showed this conceptual machine. That you could go into an office without no no anesthesia, and they'd just put your head in this machine It goes, puts this thing in your head. And Ah, you two could be attached to the machine. I don't know if I want to do this. I don't know. Making progress, Ellen says the machine is very much simplified compared with what they showed you last year. That's good. Okay. I'm just I'm mentioning it because you know there you have it. That's the story. Morning glory. It could be that you know that. I don't think it's going to be 10 years 20 years, maybe 100 years from now. This will be common place you go in, you know. When you hit your 21st birthday. Your mom will give you Hey, honey, Ellen says it could should just cost a few $1000 your mama. Stay here, honey. It's time for your surgery and you go in and you get sit down in the machine. And then get back to your iPhone to your brain. Okay? Okay. I'm in. You know, Wikipedia we love Wikipedia. Wikipedia is brilliant. We love it. What a great example of what the best that the Internet Khun do. It's an encyclopedia. Sometimes there's no not accurate stuff in their most the time it is surprisingly turns out when you get it. People crowded people working on something that kind of tends to be good somehow. Well, sometimes then there's the Scottish Wikipedia. A young American, a teenager, apparently since 2013 living in North Carolina. Has his hand handle is amaryllis gardener because he likes flowers has written 23,000 articles on the Scots Wikipedia 200,000 and its problem is in that Scottish doesn't speak the language. And apparently what he stunned. This is written article and and by the way, he's not doing this maliciously. Maybe he just didn't understand. Ah! He's written..

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"nora link" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:48 min | 2 weeks ago

"nora link" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"With me, 88 88 asked. Leo is my phone number 8888275536 told free from anywhere in the U. S. Or Canada. Outside that area. You still will have Tio used some sort of Technology witchcraft. Probably the best thing to do would be to just use Skype out or some like anything any VoIP solution. It will call a phone number a landline. And if you call that number 88 88 ask Leo. It's toll free. Still free so Shouldn't cost you anything. Even from even if you wanna call from Russia. 88 88 asked LEAH website Tech guy labs dot com. That's where we put everything I say. As if it mattered, But I've hired describe James drew foe to write this all down, so My Boswell so he will write it all down on DH put it there, and the only reason it's there is So that if you hear something and you, you know you say I should. What? What is that link again? You don't have to remember to write it down. It's all there. Just remember this tech guy labs. Got it. Com. Elon Musk. No. If you start a sentence that away Elon Musk, you know it's going to be interesting. It might be infuriating. It might be bizarre, but you know it's going to be. It's not going to be boring. Elon Musk this week. Demonstrated something he's been in the biz invested $100 million in And he's been working on for since 2016 called Nora Nora Link Neural Link, No link. Dylan reads a lot of SciFi. In fact, Ellen you know founder of Tesla, the electric car company and Space six. The company that's putting us 72,000 satellites above us for any man. Course, was the Company that launched the the Dragon vehicle that brought the crew to the international space station and back the first American launch in many, many years. So, you know. He's kind of He's kind of like that, you know? I don't know how he's kind of like Iron Man. I guess it's kind of like the evil genius the brilliant genius of our time. It's good. We live in interesting times where their people like him and and Jeff Bezos and you know who just took change the world. Mark Zuckerberg, Maybe maybe for the good maybe for the worst, but just to change the world anyway. Dillon read a lot of sci fi as a kid. He also I think he said it on im going to take him at his word believes that we're not living in actual reality. We're living in a simulation. This is a complicated one. But basically the notion that We're basically in a video game. Unclear whether the video game it was designed by s and as players and then played by us or for being played by other people. If it really is us or it's aliens or what? I don't know, but he believes you're in a simulation. I think that gives him some Magical powers because Hey, could he has the freedom to go? I'll do anything. I'll try anything. What doesn't matter? It's a simulation. So he's right. A lot of science fiction, as have I and one of the common tropes and SciFi. I'm thinking Neal Stephenson might have really kind of crystallized in snow Crash The meadow first, the idea that you could Plugged a thing into your head. Ah Neuromancer, another another great novel, the cyberpunk. Novel Neuromancer talks about this a lot of science fiction talks about the city. He could have a man machine interface you get somehow attach a computer to your head and either live in a simulation or used the computer to supplement your brain. So, Neil on having you know, thinking Well, it's my job to bring the future here. Single handedly Ellen created this company. Neural neural link didn't create it, but he funded it, and some scientists and really scientists are working on it. To create a brain machine interfaces. In fact, this week, they showed their machine that they would use to stitch a cell if I cellophane like You have to open the skull. Okay? I'm sorry. I took a piece of the skull. You'll put it back. You're not going to take it out and leave a hole in your head? No, you take a little piece of the skull. Put this cellophane in it Extrude super thin fibres into various brain centres. And then they put the skull. You know, they put the skull back on and it appears to your cellphone. Over Bluetooth. Anyway, they did it to a pig. Poor pig. Actually, they did, too. They had three pigs. Well, you know, they have a control pig. They have the the operable pig. And so they put this in the pig's head, and they showed that they could read the pig's brain waves. It is a little step. It's a baby step. It's not going. You know, we're not quite to the world where you could jacket and be in another universe or anything like that quite yet, But you know you gotta make this is technology. You make little steps. You start with the pig the end with the man, that kind of thing. And they showed this conceptual machine. That you could go into an office without no no anesthesia, and they'd just put your head in this machine It goes, puts this thing in your head. And you, too, could be attached to the machine. I know. I know if I want to do this I don't know. Making progress, Ellen says the machine is very much simplified compared with what they showed you last year. Well, that's good. Okay. I'm just I'm mentioning it because, you know There you have it. That's the story. Morning glory. It could be that you know that. I don't think it's going to be 10 years 20 years, maybe 100 years from now, this will be common place you go in, you know. When you hit your 21st birthday, your mom will give you Hey, honey. Ellen says it could should just cost a few $1000 your mama. Stay here, Honey. It's time for your surgery and you go in and you get sit down the machine. And then connect your iPhone to your brain. Okay? Okay. I'm in. Do you know Wikipedia? We love Wikipedia. Wikipedia is brilliant. We love it. What a great example of what the best that the Internet Khun do. It's an encyclopedia. Sometimes there's no not accurate stuff in their most the time it is surprisingly turns out when you get it. People crowded people working on something that kind of tends to be good somehow. Well, sometimes then there's the Scottish Wikipedia. A young American, a teenager, apparently since 2013 living in North Carolina. Has his hand handle is amaryllis gardener because he likes flowers has written 23,000 articles on the Scots Wikipedia 200,000 and its problem is in that Scottish doesn't speak the language and apparently what he started. He's written article and and by the way, he's not doing this maliciously. Maybe he just didn't understand. Ah! He's written. These articles in English and then goes to a appears to go to a Scottish English dictionary and does the translation sort of And so, really, he's written everything as if it was maybe perhaps, Robin Williams. Doing an impression. Of Scottish On the page about the movie, million dollar Baby, he wrote. This film is a boot, underappreciated books and trainer. 23,000 articles. Beat kind is appear to pair payment system.

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"nora link" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:26 min | Last month

"nora link" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Tens of thousands of seats and other facilities with only three hours. Wow. Think about three hours. The whole thing's totally disinfected. It doesn't matter if it's outdoor clothes, they say they use electrostatic technology's built into the cleaning nozzles on these drones that can spray roughly 20 acres per hour. Now, this company's says they hope to have all the full certifications that they need by the fall. And I mentioned that most sports aren't letting fans in. But that doesn't include the NFL. If you heard this, they planned to have football fans back when the season kicks off in a little over a month. As long as a ream ass. I mean, you know, it's funny how people have become angrier about fake face coverings, and they ever were about the security and privacy of drones. What a year. All right. Elon Musk heads up Tesla's Space six and the boring company also cofounded another startup back in 2016 called Nora Link. If you heard about this, um there hasn't been a lot of details about the start I could accept that involves the chip that's supposed to be surgically implanted. Into the brain. That kid next to a computer. Get the goal is to add a level a I artificial intelligence to a person. But before that, Must said that it actually has a really great purpose for help people suffering with conditions like Parkinson's, but more information supposed to come out late next month, But you know, Elon Musk is pretty active on Twitter. And sometimes he tweets about, you know, every once in a while things that are actually coherent makes sense, and he recently had a few things to say about the chip. He said that nor link had potentially retrained parts of the brain as a way to cure addiction and depression. He also said that the chip could control hormone levels. That's a pretty bold claim. In a few days ago. He tweeted that the interface will allow you to stream music listeners stream music directly to your brain. Imagine that no speakers. No, You're buds, headphones. Nothing. Just go right into your brain. Just a small microchip that he claims is no worse than LASIK eye surgery, getting it in their interesting prospect when it comes to the possible medical benefits, But If you think you were having trouble getting a Taylor Swift song at your head Now we'll just wait till that thing gets in. You all right. Moving on online gaming has grown exponentially over the years. We've got e sports. We've got these Custom peces with the motherboard. The process of the graphic cars more RAM than you're probably last five or six computers combined. Then there's the peripherals. We have these beautiful either of you seen there really are fantastic. These ultra wide curved gaming monitors fully program will keyboards, mice, noise cancelling headsets. Now there's furniture. Now The chairs aren't just regular chairs anymore. They actually look like they came out of like my Ferrari or something like that. But these gaming chairs now caused hundreds of dollars each unless you want the best. Okay. Herman Miller. You know the name Herman Miller. Century old company makes nice office chairs and cubicles. They got together with logic Tech G, known for Web cans, keyboards in mice, and they made something called the Embody gaming chair, fully customizable seven points a calibration. Along with something that they're calling dynamic pixel circulation doesn't sound like a whole bunch of marketing. What should we call it? I don't know. Let's call dynamic pixel circulation. The marketing person. Yes, Awesome. Anyway, it's supposed to distribute wait for gamers who don't get up for many hours at a time. We need this. I guess the cost. I hope you're sitting down $1500. If you want the gaming desk with this another 1303 grand Just for the gaming setup. And then $8000 for the gaming computer who said Jimmy came in within sheep. All right, Amazon might be focused on Wal Mart. You know if you heard about that WalMart's gonna be releasing WalMart, plus a little bit cheaper than Amazon Prime a lot more benefits. But Google says, Hey, what about us? Well, now Amazon has its marketplace, which Google takes about 10 to 15% cut out of each merchant sail. Until now, they have this new pilot program that we have a lot of small business. Owners. If you have something over an Etsy you're selling. Just keep this in mind. An eBay store program eliminates that commission fee to entice the same or merchants and then more shoppers instead of emergencies, choosing to pay one fate picking up anything they can list Prague's on both sides, Amazon and Google. And Google's hoping to just take a little chip away. Now, Amazon commands nearly 40% of market share for online sales in second place with 6%. Is Wal Mart. 46 Google even listen that Definitely not in the prime position. Finally Why don't we have a robot that I think it's really something last week? I told you, but we're getting close to robots that can actually fold our clothes. I don't know about you, but I will wash the floors. I will do the dishes. I hate folding sheets. I hate doing laundry. In fact, this past week I looked at my mother and I said, You want to help fold the laundry. She's like, okay. She loves the fold like here. Go at it. All right. What about robotic work in warehouses, Restaurants, hotels? They deliver your packages, But now they can even give you a massage. What was that? Yes. In Europe. You've got two options being developed. In France, A company called Cap Six Robotics developed an intelligent, massaging robotic arm as built in cameras and sensors and allowed to adapt to a person's shape..

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Elon Musk Wants to Stream Music Directly to Your Brain With His Neuralink Chip

Dave Ramsey

01:24 min | Last month

Elon Musk Wants to Stream Music Directly to Your Brain With His Neuralink Chip

"Heads up Tesla's Space six and the boring company also cofounded another startup back in 2016 called Nora Link. If you heard about this, um there hasn't been a lot of details about the start I could accept that involves the chip that's supposed to be surgically implanted. Into the brain. That kid next to a computer. Get the goal is to add a level a I artificial intelligence to a person. But before that, Must said that it actually has a really great purpose for help people suffering with conditions like Parkinson's, but more information supposed to come out late next month, But you know, Elon Musk is pretty active on Twitter. And sometimes he tweets about, you know, every once in a while things that are actually coherent makes sense, and he recently had a few things to say about the chip. He said that nor link had potentially retrained parts of the brain as a way to cure addiction and depression. He also said that the chip could control hormone levels. That's a pretty bold claim. In a few days ago. He tweeted that the interface will allow you to stream music listeners stream music directly to your brain. Imagine that no speakers. No, You're buds, headphones. Nothing. Just go right into your brain. Just a small microchip that he claims is no worse than LASIK eye surgery, getting it in their interesting prospect when it comes to the possible medical benefits, But If you think you were having trouble getting a Taylor Swift song at your head Now we'll just wait till that thing gets in. You

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"nora link" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

The Juan on Juan Podcast

13:06 min | 6 months ago

"nora link" Discussed on The Juan on Juan Podcast

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the on one podcast. I'm your host one man on this episode. What happened on this episode? All started so good and it just went downhill real quick so full disclosure full disclaimer. I got some trigger warnings in this episode. Talked about some stuff that I didn't really want to get into but it is what it is. We're here or ready to make it happen. So there's that on this episode. We took a dive into the technological singularity. Ai Trans Humanism. Jeffrey Epstein a little bit of everything even talked about theology and a dove into that we. We touched a few subjects. We try to stay on topic. But it's just so hard with the stop stuff. Because at the end of the day all Inter connects and today we were joined by. Meta world thief. A fellow podcast. Her fellow friend my Puerto Rican brother from another mother and we dove into. We went in had I. He has his own podcast as well. More of a free format conversation type thing. My thing is more structured. This podcast was a little bit different despite gas. I had somebody with me but I did all the research myself. I did the research on the Trans Humanism side and singularity and all those interconnections there and met a did his research where he already knew about Jeffrey Epstein. I'm not too too deep into Jeffrey Obscene. I I know the basics of that. But that's a warm on itself but yeah we got into it and again a little bit crazy so just bear with me. And I hope you enjoy this is technological singularity demonic. Ai and Jeffrey Epstein with meadow world thief before the episode begins. I'm GONNA play a segment of a lecture. Geordie rose gave. This is GonNa tie into what we talk about on the podcast just as some context on what the subject at hand is. I don't know if any of you are Turn of the century weird fiction fans. But there's this guy named HP lovecraft who's a very famous American weird fiction author and he exposed a view which is called cosmic system and the essence of cozma schism is cosmic indifference. So what he was saying is basically yes there. Are these massively intelligent entities out there. But they're not good. They're not evil they just don't give a shit about you even the slightest the same way you don't care about an aunt is the same way they're not gonNA care about you. And these things were summoning into the world now and these things that were summoning and these things that were things that were summoning are not demons. They're not evil but they're more like the love. Crafty and great old ones. There are entities that are not necessarily going to be aligned. Was while we want. Listen I don't know about you guys but that scares the hell out of me so without further ado. Here's the episode. Today we have a special special guest in somebody who I consider a friend by now A fellow podcasters We are joined today by Meta world. Def- welcome to the show. Hi I'm a metal world thief. And this is the Joe Rogan expert. I'm sorry sorry long day Bro. How you doing friend? I consider you a friend as well by now. Yeah Bro you know We support each other. I WanNa talk a little bit before we get into things today. We're GONNA BE TALKING ABOUT SINGULARITY A and Jeffrey Epstein. We're going to go deep. We're GONNA find all the correlations and I know it's going to be a good episode. We're going to try and stay on topic but it's GonNa get crazy. It's GONNA get crazy. And we're going to be spitting out a lot of information. You can take it for what you want if you WANNA believe it all if you don't WanNa believe it it's up to you but the information is there and this is how we interpret it so before we get into it. Can you talk to the people a little bit about your podcast? Because I know you have a couple of podcast is one. I've been on that show. So you can let the people know where they can find your own stuff woah. I have a fledgling podcast empire I basically have been talking. Shit my whole life and I decided to actually put it out there for the people not because I want to. But because you need me to I am the PODCAST. Jesus Christ and I go out of my way. Say the things that needs to be said about the things that no one wants to speak about. And that's why we're here talking about this Jeffrey Epstein Situation. First podcast is flapping gums of which are boy. One was a guest great episode other podcasts Rec League. Heroes where we talk basketball and other other. Podcasts IS ISH. I don't like it's a solo podcast. Not a live streamed on off air. And it's basically me railing against the men and such I'm really excited for this. Like want. Said this is a It's it can easily be veered off track. But we're going to do. Our best is just. It's such a complex web of nefarious behavior. All around and it's definitely a deep dive and I can't wait to get into it. Do it. Rose speaking of being. Jesus Christ I don't know if you know I learned some information today. In regards to the corona virus. There is a there is a cult brow in North Korea. I believe that is spreading corona virus. And the reason I say this is because there. There's this Guy Bro. Who says he's the second coming of Jesus? He's Jesus Christ and he's only taken one hundred and forty four thousand people with him to heaven and these people so they get saved. They're going to church so they're all getting until they're sick. So it's a one hundred and fifty thousand followers and they're all still congregating and getting everybody sick and the government in North Korea. Ain't doing shit to stop people from traveling. I saw that I thought they quarantine them. No Dog Bro. I have bro. I have connect who lives overseas. I can't say where and he's been talking to some people higher ups and some Shit's bought the pop up. That's all I can say right now brought. That's all I can say but just know it's about the popoff that's I was told not to say anymore but a it is what it is. I just thought it was funny and other. Jesus Christ the other world land it. You know the good news. Is You know right now? It's not spreading fast as it should be for two. We don't know that row us. That's the problem that's a problem. That's best case scenario. Worst-case scenario is I mean. Look no one's talking about Hong Kong anymore right seems convenient ended when everyone got fucking quarantine in God row. We're going to get into that we're GONNA get into so today. We're going to talk about singularity. Ai We're going to touch on a little bit of Trans Humanism and You know what I like to call demonic. Ai Correlation between the occult satanism computers and then that works its way into Jeffrey Epstein. Because he's all interconnected auto people don't know how much money this man has given to artificial intelligence to the research of artificial intelligence and I'm talking about two hundred million dollars a year right so without further ado the first thing on the list is why real quick can I give a disclaimer on my W. Two I'm listed as an Internet comedian folks. I will make jokes. I'll keep it to a minimum. Because I'm a big fan of the show and I understand this is in informational podcast but I might get silly once or twice. Bros Gutman. You know. We're here to gut them. Joe Rogan buys. You know I mean you know. Your show is very a free form you know I have. I have a goal here. I title my show so there one thing you know. Well Yeah for sure. I don't have any sound effects. I'm sorry for that. But so bring my bag next sign technological singularity so this is the definition of singularity and this is something that worries me as well as other people. It's a hypothetical future point in time at which technology technological growth becomes uncontrollable and reversible resulting in unforeseeable changes to human civilization. So I you know right now in and I've talked to you about this. Were cyborgs right now. You know what I mean. We have our phones on us at all times. It's something you don't you have. Somebody doesn't pick up the phone dog. They're ignoring you. Like I do a good point. No that's a great point because we're we're cyborgs right when we talk about singularity in Ai and all this stuff that that that's what we're headed towards we think about the Matrix. We think about Terminator we think about all these different movies were the machines go haywire and the Matrix especially one of my favorite Trilogies row warrant a simulation. Who knows if we've already gotten there if I'm going to have You know agent Smith knocking on my door right now. We'll talk about that. I can't talk about this stuff. You know what I mean so eventually I feel this is this is my thing. I feel that eventually. We're going to get to that point to where we're not even. GonNa be able to control it because bro you can hack computers. You know what I mean like you can hack computers and no computers one hundred percent like hack proof even bitcoin and Bitcoin. They can still trace you bro. And that's the whole point of Bitcoin. They could still trace you. Have you heard about the people hacking into the The Ring Doorbell Cameras Yeah. That's that's scary bro. You know what I mean. It's not ideal. What do you mean? It's not an ideal situation like definitely for sure? Yeah no for sure for sure. It's not but I mean it's happening. Because he always got that one guy was going to figure it out. You know what I mean but you know the singularity i. It's something that big names. Bro. It's not just me. I'm not just a what you said what you said before. I'm the only thing I'm sure of is that I don't know Shit but then you got big names warning us against this stuff. You Got Bill Gates Elon. Musk Gary Marcus well. Here's the thing no hold on Eli. Musk is not warning against. Just not no no no no. Here's what he's warning against what he's warning against unstoppable. Ai Regarding singularity to be fair Elon. Musk is the number one dude helping promote it right now with his work on link. So Nora Link. We're going to show you their head. I we'RE GONNA get there my beautiful beautiful friend. We're going to get there. We got people who are Pro Trans Humanism and the people who are against it. You know what I mean or do I stand dude I you know I am pro human because again and you have people. Like Stephen Hawking's Bro. Sam Harris people who talk about this stuff smart people kind of paranoid about all that shit though. Yeah a little bit just a little bit. He's terminator mode which I agree. And I think it's important to have people like him so we put the The appropriate measures in place to prevent what he's talking about so at least we have some foresight and think about what he's talking about to make sure it doesn't come wishing yeah so again. I I. The reason I'm against is because let's say our most used to but he's pro for you know he's like hey listen we're not we can't fight this thing. This thing is going to be inevitable. Let's just join it. Let's Hook our our brains of took computers become one with it right. What happens then when the government or the elites the fucking Reptilians grow quick. I'm not defending his position. I'm just explaining it. No no no but but that's fine because it's true but the way he sees it he's Honestly I don't know if Eli and I look up to Yang Yang as one of my one of my heroes but salute the more. I look at him in the learn about him and see these things. I don't know if he's the opposition. If he's the you know the what's his agenda is alien that wants to go back to because we have so many issues.

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"nora link" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

Conspiracy Theories

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"nora link" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories

"Ai Vinci. Thought the more likely outcome was I. A or intelligence amplification. He explained I a is something that is proceeding very naturally in most cases not even recognized by its developers for what it is but every time our ability to access information and to communicate it to others is improved. In some sense we have achieved an increase over natural intelligence. Indeed in an abstract sense humanity as a collective is now much more knowledgeable than we were even one hundred years ago and the bulk of that is due to technological advances. We used to write things down by hand or ask somebody to remember something for us but nowadays we set reminders on our phones US watches alarms and even cars to remember for us by this metric. Our own intelligence as a species is already largely artificially augmented by the technology. We use it allows us to be more efficient with our time and connects us to one another almost constantly. Our technology also allows us to easily access. The largest body of knowledge ever assembled the Internet from vincis point of view I is more productive than a I because it replaces inventing sentient robots with forwarding our own evolution. We HAVE ARE OBVIOUS. Examples of non biological elements working their ways into our lives in myriad ways consider robot prosthetics or bionic hands taking this a step further famed. Entrepreneur Elon. Musk recently launched neuro link. Nora link is dedicated to bridging the gap between humanity and machine by connecting computers directly to the brain. The optimus viewpoint is that these advancements would make each of us more than just an individual. We be a network of superhumans. We could evolve our consciousness to a point where we reach peak efficiency yet. It could very well be that peak efficiency that dooms. Us people argue that in our continued search for technological advancement. We're losing some part of our humanity. It seems that advanced computers have already begun erasing our identity as humans. We are all now. Slaves to constantly updating technology moving along without critical thought until our biological parts become obsolete however.

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"nora link" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"nora link" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Dot's wealth Pam **** as clearing drainage pipes is key cleaning up all the inlet tops on the **** out all the during the systems make sure they're clearing flowing in working properly the contractor will also clean out a retention area where hillside debris gathers at section of twenty eight has flooded twice since late may Jody studio newsradio ten twenty KDKA there are new calls for a New York City police officer to be fired after federal prosecutors decided not to charge him in the chokehold death of Eric garner garner's death five years ago today prompted a national conversation about policing and race CBS news correspondent Jeff the gays as more on the fate of the accused officer Daniel Pantaleo an attorney for Bentleigh says the officer is gratified at the decision which came one day before the statute of limitations would have run out an internal NYPD investigation is ongoing and the commissioner could decide whether to to fire Pantaleo by the end of next month city in Wisconsin is made it legal to find the parents of bullies the Wisconsin rapids city council voted to pass a new law last night if parents of bullies don't make efforts to curb their children's behavior they could wind up paying more than three hundred dollars and that's for a first offense reporter Bruce Marquess the Wisconsin rapids city council will set up potential fines for the parents of school bullies but mayor said referring says those fines would not be the first option the school district has a plan for dealing with bowling measures and anti bullying strategy that incorporates a number of interventions and we certainly hope that the fine never becomes a situation where it needs to be employed with court costs the initial citation of the parents of bullies would exceed three hundred dollars Bruce Marcus for CBS news Wisconsin rapids billionaire Ilan mosque has started a Nora link a company which connects people's brains to artificial intelligence technology he's hoping to do this by implanting small threads into the brain musk explained as objective and how it works at a conference in San Francisco where he says the importance of developing artificial intelligence technologies crucial unsettling about a I over the years but I I think even in a benign a I scenario we.

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"nora link" Discussed on Cafecito Break

Cafecito Break

15:18 min | 1 year ago

"nora link" Discussed on Cafecito Break

"Hinton. I just want to remind you that seato break continues all week long and you can find us on I g as we post the break or on Twitter at opposite, the brick or Facebook CEO break, but our favorite destination is got the seat. The break dot org. Boom throw. All right. So we're moving into Rosie TAs reports. And, you know, this story almost that make it today 'cause I wasn't sure there was so many competing stories for my reportage to today and the conversation that I'm talking about my first report has to do with telepathy is to let the real right now, I found an article inside science, in which the article is titled telepathy, Israel. How do we transmit information from one person to another? This is by all-star Jennings, who is a contributor to this inside science. He says, now, I don't wanna Larmer anyone but to let the act of transferring thoughts into someone else's head now is real as in published in act. Papers, real people have now to lip path thickly communicated with each other's monkeys have south problems as a connect connected hive mind, and humans have even been given telepathic control of a rut. So how exactly did, we do it the brain, transmits messages as electrical signals through nerves? But we can't just connect everyone's heads through a giant web of nerves, even if we could it would be impractical. But we can read the electrical activity from brain cells with electronic devices, then transmit the signal like we do the internet and turn it back into brain. So actively at the other end, unfortunately, this is where he gets tricky. I how exactly do you read brain activity implanted electrodes can do it this sense? The change in electrical currents as brain cells. Actively but unless you have fancy complicated surgery to cover the entire surface of your brain in a fine array of electoral needles you'll have to choose option to which is electoral in oh my heavens on earth. I'm just going to say EEG. I am now going to try to pronounce that word EG do in. You can do your Trach. Okay. And some full law. Graffiti. Yes, she did it. Yes thing they do. I get a prize yesterday and I have pizza. I'm sending you the answer tip telepathically. I'm going to go to Joe's okay? He rests a collection of larger electoral on the top of your head, where records the electrical activity of larger groups of cells, but that is not, but that is only after the signal has passed through the many Inge's the skull and the skin. So does not so accurate. But it's the only one that human telepathy studies have actually used so, you know, he goes onto say so an unexpected problem. How do we decode the signals that we've got? There is so much more to go into this article. But there are key things that I want to leave you with in conversation when it comes to fill up the because, as we know obviously science has been studying this, right. And we have also heard that, the military has done stuff like remote viewing. Right. And then there's this other conversation, where as human beings, some of us are so connected naturally with without the resistance, because I think that many people can figure some of this communication out is been proven time and time again, that we are able as human beings, some of us, of course, more than others to be able to communicate the subtle yet. No, like there's, there's is in no time, the information happened so quickly. One of the examples that I wanted to share with, as I was preparing this morning, sort of asking the universe is this conversation about telepathy going to make the conversation that I talk about today because I was on the fence with it. And I just kept smelling, these incenses today. Right. I, I was smelling Franken sons from sticks Donen bone that I do not have haven't had in a long time. And then when I went to my kitchen and told me it was breakfast time. So there was a breakfast sent in the year. But yet, I was able to smell like it was right next to me, not chump. It was very, very specific. Then cut to when we have this, when Rosetta gets into this pre-game conversation with Ruth, Guten rooty Goethe starts telling me that, you know, she always working and creating something, and she's very essential oils. So you were telling me about, and this is where Ruthie can carry the wrestling. So I basically telling her that I was ready for a conversation that I had already lit my candle and started burning my incidents. And then he was actually listening to the sound of my to bet and healing bowl and inside the thebenz healing bowl. I have a crystal bowl that I had put my when my central oil blends in and Sibert four the energy of that essential oils bland was being transmuted throughout the room throughout the easer. And she was listening to, as she was also getting that energy. And so she asked me what was the scent that I had inside the bowl and I told it was my spirit are eggs that has the frankencense and Mer and term, Oregon it? And then she said, oh, my goodness. What is the incense that you're burning? And said, oh, not Champa force. We wanted to give you a real world example of telepathy, because the MB tween and part of the discussion of, you know, like why. Okay. So why would this happen right abuses? The question that people would would have, I think what part of it is that routine I have established a communication. Right. And in that communication between us when we connect with each other more in tune, we, there's no resistance, you know, our relationship is really, there's no resistance, like I'm never trying to create a version of Ruthie. She's never trying to create a version of, of me. We're not trying to censor a need. Each other. We even though you know, obviously through because of the show, we are aware, and we talk honestly about what we're going to deliver. But I think that, that connection the fact that we're so in tune with each other the fact that we're coming into Monday morning, and we're. In our own individual waste preparing for this Ruthie create an intention, and I smell the incense over here in New York, and she's in plano, Texas. And you also smelt the frankencense. That's very strong in this, in this particular blind, because it was it was created with the three maj. I in, in mind and the gifts that they brought right? Which was a frankencense the Mur. And then what many people believe is turmeric as far as the gold of representing the gold. So, yeah, it's pretty it's a pretty intense energy that, that oil that blend gives so. Yeah, pretty little guys many, many. We have three articles that are opposed as summaries. But what are the takeaways here, right? There's going to be stuff that you read number one right there. Obviously the other takeaways assigns is still expanding looking into this, a third take away, or maybe that's before is this is the conclusion of insci- with projects like Elon Musk. Nora link on the horizon that may. Come sooner than we think. Right. Which is, you know what the heck does that mean we also have even heard of Facebook doing research into something where they're trying to connect with our brain activity. Right. Like this is creepy. But it's an is miss too, well, I'm trying to share. Is that while so many of us in our day-to-day were thinking? And when we talk about telepathy, were like, oh, that's will stuff. But no, it's not like if it's will stop the why are people in the military and science really having these, these research, yet, the rest of us are, like, thinking, Oles, not explorer, because wool stuff yet. We do it every day. Because how many of you have had that, that thing where you're about to call someone you're in connection with, and they ready calling you or they call you, as you think about them. So this is what I mean. We already do it. There was a recent article on collective of Lucien, Russian military, Colonel publishes, an article claiming human animal. Telepathy is a hundred percent real. Right. I'm not going to be the whole thing. Just couple of briefs and takeaways the Russian ministry of the fence published an article about the existence of military parapsychology in Russian military techniques, which allows one to penetrate into thoughts of another hack computer programs and communicate telepathy, to tell partly reflect on why is this type of science studied at the highest levels of various governments, yet ridiculed and not studied at all within the mainstream. And that's one of the sort of things that I wanted to leave you with, again, you have stories you have things inside the you'd like to share Sundays on. No, we want to hear and possibly share with our audience. We would love that. Because everybody has story and everyone is important, and everyone is beautiful and everyone is you need, and I would like to start doing that. I definitely would so, yeah, I'll offer free health coaching session to anybody. Let's do it. Look good of incident for my next report, which tied into our question of the week. We asked some of our listeners to answer this question. Have you ever seen something unexplained? Have you ever seen a ghost and I came across this article on the internet sixty percent of people have seen a ghost. Have you has have you seen a ghost rootin- or something gleaned? I tell you something that happened very unexplained that ties to the first trip that I took to Israel, as well as the second trip that Israel, the very first one, it was nineteen eighty and we went to a. Visit the tomb of Rachel, Rachel is our matriarch. Right. And it's very holy site. And while we were there, I had this dates me. I had a little one ten camera K and I was pictures with little one ten camera. And why was there? I met this old man. An old man. He looking bearded like the typical old religious man, and he spent talking to me, and I, he asked me something in French, and I told him in French does speak, Fred. And then he asked me something in Hebrew in said, I don't speak Hebrew imperfect. Hebrew. And then he started speaking Spanish, it was very odd. And so he was like, you know, I have a nephew and bub-bubba. And so I got, you know, it was kind of interesting because everybody over there, fix you up, when you're not married. So I thought that was interesting. I really somehow bonded with this little old man, and I asked him affected, take picture. So I went to take his picture. And it was the last picture that I had available on the role of film. And I took the fig the picture. But the flash didn't work, which we're in a cave. I mean, this is dark. Right. And I thought, oh, no. The picture is not went be developed because, you know the flash income out, but I had already written down he'd written down his name and address for me. Because I told him I will mail, you the picture. I came back to the states, and I printed, all the pictures and low and behold, the picture turned out, okay, which is an impossibility because it was dark. And there was no flat. No, you definitely need the fly again. And it turned out so I made a double yet, United made that time it was really nice. If you got double copies to share, right? So I printed out. I had an extra picture. I send it to him and about a month or two came back as undeliverable, nobody had heard of this man's name. It was not there was nobody there by this by this name. Wow. So that kinda ties into what happened, this pastime when Dennis I got there and the first day we were out, we're going to go buy clothes because our luggage, did make it with our white. We were just leaving our son's apartment building and starting to walk towards street, when all of a sudden and mysterious a man appeared like Adenola like there was an old man at nowhere. Right. And he looked like he was a homeless, man. And so Dennis, and I had some money in a pocket that we were we put aside for charity. So we gave the man some money and he was kind of explaining to us. I understood from his Hebrew, whatever I understood was that. He was homeless knee would stay in the field, right next to there. And so we gave the money and this old man, hugged me. Me and kissed my forehead like you know, when your father your grandfather, kisses, your forehead is child, he kissed my forehead kiss. My hand.

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"nora link" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"nora link" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"I mean more specifically that if you're sitting in one of them, you really can't tell whether you're in a twenty or twenty to twenty is going to two hundred horsepower engine does roughly a hundred and forty nuts. The twenty two is three hundred and ten or fifteen horsepower engine. And it'll do, you know, roughly one seventy five if you really really really high maybe close to two hundred nuts. Wow. Interesting. Well, I I watched some steps videos, and they're they're really great. The the latest one. I think it's the latest one is record. This is a pilot confidence self doubt, the impostor syndrome his right up. Description says do you sometimes doubt your abilities thinking you'll never be as good as other pilots or even some days? Feel scared to go fly every pilot faces self-doubt in their abilities at some point, especially when learning to fly in this video, I explained he says how I've doubted my abilities in how I deal with that as a pilot interesting, another one practicing electrical emergencies in the Cirrus s are twenty two. He and I think what I tried to do. Here was take a little clip from that steel clip from that where he describes what that that particular videos about this. Listen to this. Friends of recently been a little bit obsessed with these video I've seen on YouTube. It's by guy Kootenai county. He runs a saw in the US called Nicos wings. If you haven't seen Olmecs Nora linked to below and he released a video recently about a flight. He dating his serious. It's twenty two where he suffered some electrical failures he actually had to declare a made I an land the across quickly. And so we got me thinking what would I do in the event of an electrical fire in the twenty to the I fly these BDO finches me on a practice flight. I did recently with mine struck to Mike Walden tasting exactly that what would I do in a plane that's heavily focused on the electron IX avionics? What would I do? I lost some of his other videos are well other aspects aviation one is how good is Qantas inflight WI fi another one is titled inside and air traffic, control tower. So have a look at his YouTube channel again, his his website. If you can't remember anything else the easy way to get to the videos, go to his website, which is Steph S T E F seven four seven dot com in you can think.

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