Monday, July 17, 2017

STUFF OUT THERE

Artificial intelligence:

Elon Musk warning of 'apocalyptic future'

Elon Musk's Worst Nightmare: Russian AK-47 Maker Builds Fully-Automated "Killer Robot"

Jason A

CERN:

Face Like the Sun: They are digitizing reality

Jason A: Scientists aren't going to tell you this

Teleportation:

Quantum Satellite Does What We Never Thought It Could

And then there's stuff WAY out there.

Earth's destruction:

Massive asteroids in the Taurid meteor shower that occurs every October or November could make destructive entrance, scientists warn

Interesting -- in May, six months before the Taurid meteor shower, CBS advertises a new drama series called Salvation, about an asteroid called SAMSON that strikes the earth . . . in 186 days. The series debuted July 12. In the trailer the scientist says, 'the sky is falling.'

Excerpt from Adele's 'Skyfall':

Skyfall is where we start
A thousand miles and poles apart
When worlds collide and days are dark . . .

Let the sky fall
When it crumbles
We will stand tall
Face it all together
At sky fall

Salvation trailer 1 (YouTube)

Salvation trailer 2 (YouTube)

In case you were wondering, 186 days from July 12 is January 14.

186 days from May 10, the date the CBS trailer was released, is November 12, 2017.

Wikipedia's entry on Taurid meteor shower shows November 12 as the 'peak date':




The Wikipedia entry on CBS Salvation notes that the series was announced as being developed in 2013.

The Wikipedia entry on the Taurid meteor shower has a note on 2013, that there were many fireballs noted over the western part of the U.S. during the shower: During the Southern Taurid meteor shower in 2013, fireball sightings were spotted over southern California, Arizona, Nevada, and Utah.

The asteroid in CBS Salvation is dubbed 'Samson.' There is no asteroid called 'Samson,' on the list of known asteroids. I would think the name 'Samson' was chosen to indicate the asteroid's strength, but let's not forget, Samson's 'strength' killed a lot of Philistines when he brought down the house.

Oh, and there isn't just a fictional asteroid out there that could destroy earth. Apparently there is also a real planet.

The mystery planet that could destroy Earth

Mars:

Scientists astonished by incredible Mars discovery

Space travel:

Space X could send its biggest rocket to space in 3 months

Elites preparing the space ark to Mars!

US Probe to Make Unprecedented Plunge Into Sun’s Atmosphere
Upcoming solar eclipse:

The Most Unusual (And Significant?) Solar Eclipse In U.S. History Will Happen Next Month On August 21

Doh!

Several media outlets fall for hoax claiming NASA made first contact with aliens