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    Post  giovonni on Fri Jun 08, 2018 12:35 pm

    Some interesting perspective take (s)  ...  Thubs Up

    From ~ CW Chanter

    Kerry Cassidy, New Interview Reviewed ...



    Referenced interview: Kevin Moore Interviews PROJECT CAMELOT Kerry Cassidy
    From Whistle blower's To Consciousness

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yao4OWWkn1o

    Streamed live Friday - 6/8/2018

    50:55 minutes

    Side note: CW mistakes (referring to) Mark Sergeant for Kerry's friend Mark Richards.

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    GREETINGS FROM QUEBEC ...



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    Post  giovonni on Sat Jun 09, 2018 4:52 am

    China  

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    Malletzky




    America’s new supercomputer beats China’s fastest machine
    to take title of world’s most powerful


    "Summit is a stepping stone toward a world of exascale computing.

    The winner: The US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee has taken the wraps off Summit, which boasts peak computing power of 200 petaflops, or 200 million billion calculations a second. That makes it a million times faster than your typical laptop.

    The loser: China. Summit is 60 percent faster than the previous supercomputing leader, the Sunway TaihuLight based in the Chinese city of Wuxi. Consolation prize: China still boasted way more entries than the US in a list of the fastest 500 supercomputers published last year.

    AI smarts: Summit is the first supercomputer designed from the ground up to handle machine learning, neural networks, and other AI applications. Its many thousands of AI-optimized chips from Nvidia and IBM can handle demanding tasks, such as crunching through mountains of reports and medical images to help unearth hidden causes of disease.

    Supersized: The machine’s 4,608 servers and associated gear fill the space of two tennis courts and weigh more than a large commercial aircraft.

    Why this matters: Topping the supercomputing charts isn’t just a matter of national pride. The machines are widely used in industry and also for national security tasks, such as developing nuclear weapons. Lessons from Summit will also inform the push to create “exascale” computers capable of handling a billion billion calculations a second. These are expected to come online in the early 2020s."

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    Post  giovonni on Sat Jun 09, 2018 11:09 am

    Something sadly went amok  ...  Crying or Very sad

    May he rest in peace ...

    "Anthony Michael Bourdain (1956 - 2018) was an American celebrity chef, author, travel documentarian, and television personality who starred in programs focusing on the exploration of international culture, cuisine, and the human condition."



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    Every picture tells a story ...

    Don't it ... Wink



    Angela Merkel Posts Instagram Photo That
    Captures Tense Mood of G-7 Thanks to Trump
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    Marine Corps weighs wooing older members for new cyber force

    The head of the Marine Corps says it's time the U.S. military branch
    known for its fierce, young warriors becomes a little more mature ...
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    Trump's White House ...

    Literally putting the deep fry into the deep state ...


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    "Several high-profile aides, including John F. Kelly, the president’s chief of staff, are said to be thinking about how much longer they can do the."

    Drama, Action, Emotional Power’:
    As Exhausted Aides Eye the Exits, Trump Is Re-Energized


    WASHINGTON — President Trump has gone overseas to embark on some of the most consequential diplomatic negotiations of his tenure, threatening an all-out trade war with allies and seizing a chance to make peace with a nuclear-armed menace.

    But back home, he left behind a West Wing where burned-out aides are eyeing the exits , as the mood in the White House is one of numbness and resignation that the president is growing only more emboldened to act on instinct alone.

    Mr. Trump, a former reality television star, may soon be working with a thinned-out cast in the middle of Season 2, well before the midterm elections. Several high-profile aides, including John F. Kelly , the president’s chief of staff, and Joe Hagin, a deputy of Mr. Kelly’s, are said to be thinking about how much longer they can stay. Last week, Mr. Kelly told visiting senators that the White House was “a miserable place to work,” according to a person with direct knowledge of the comment.

    The turnover, which is expected to become an exodus after the November elections, does not worry the president, several people close to him said. He has grown comfortable with removing any barriers that might challenge him — including, in some cases, people who have the wrong chemistry or too frequently say no to him.

    Mr. Trump, who desires a measure of chaos at all times, is reveling in the effects of his own mercurial decision-making, the people said.

    Stephen K. Bannon, the president’s former chief strategist, said in an interview that Mr. Trump’s love of conflict had driven his approach to the presidency. “This is how he won,” Mr. Bannon said. “This is how he governs, and this is his ‘superpower.’ Drama, action, emotional power.”

    Mr. Trump believes that he is gaining ground by trying to set the terms of news coverage around a number of issues affecting his White House, according to interviews with a dozen White House advisers, former aides and people close to the president. He has repeatedly promoted his performance at the one-year and 500-day milestones of his term, sowed confusion about his knowledge of hush payments to a pornographic film actress, and disparaged the special counsel’s Russia investigation, as well as railed against trade imbalances and scored a once-unthinkable meeting with the North Korean leader , to be held Tuesday in Singapore.

    His daily torrent of Twitter posts about the Russia inquiry, interpreted by his critics as distress signals, is more often than not a sign that he is less worried about the consequences of using the blunt force of his platform to fight back, according to three advisers.




    "People who did not work with Mr. Trump before the White House see his behavior as deteriorating; people who have worked for and with him for years say he has never changed, and there are simply fewer people around giving him a level of cover.

    “Trump understands the overwhelming power of modern mass communications,” Mr. Bannon added. “Trump gets what the media itself has forgotten about themselves.”

    The president, whose view of executive power has often crashed into the realities of Washington, is now focused on flexing what muscles he can — including issuing a series of pardons and repeatedly suggesting he has the power to deliver one to himself — and making decisions that do not require him to build coalitions of support. He now dictates to aides what he would like to see happen, as opposed to seeking a range of views, as predecessors may have done, people close to him say.

    In one example, John R. Bolton, the national security adviser, has mostly followed the president’s lead instead of making efforts to maintain detailed briefings for him. Mr. Bolton has not won his way into Mr. Trump’s inner circle, particularly after comparing North Korea to Libya . (That country’s former leader Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi gave up his pursuit of nuclear weapons, and was later killed during an uprising.)

    Rather than trusting the people around him, Mr. Trump has taken to working the phones more aggressively to seek counsel from outside voices, particularly two of his longest-serving advisers — Corey Lewandowski, his first campaign manager, and his longtime friend David Bossie.

    Among the president’s other confidants is Scott Pruitt, the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. Mr. Trump has dismissed the advice of several aides who have tried to persuade him to fire Mr. Pruitt in light of the growing questions about misuse of his authority . The two speak frequently, and the president enjoys discussing his negative view of Jeff Sessions, the attorney general, with the embattled E.P.A. leader.

    On Friday, the president told reporters that Mr. Pruitt “is doing a great job within the walls of the E.P.A.,” but that “outside, he’s being attacked very viciously by the press.”

    Being either ignored or attacked by Mr. Trump can be demoralizing, and the staff churn that was constant during Mr. Trump’s first year has not slowed. Kathryn Dunn Tenpas, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who has studied White House turnover over the last six administrations, said that Mr. Trump’s staff turnover sat at 51 percent. By the time of the midterms, Mr. Trump — who, Ms. Tenpas said, has shown a tendency to move people into new roles rather than hire from the outside — will lead an emptier White House than his predecessors had.

    Mr. Trump’s reliance on outside advisers, she said, also signals an “emasculation” of the chief of staff in the White House, who is meant to serve as the president’s confidant and gatekeeper.

    “It seems as though Chief of Staff Kelly is losing power by the day,” Ms. Tenpas said. “It’s almost like a battery that’s draining. I’ve not seen any presidency operate effectively without putting somebody in there that you respect and you can trust.”

    Mr. Kelly, several West Wing advisers say, is beaten down. His newly named deputy chief of staff, Zachary Fuentes, a young former military aide with no political experience, has earned the mocking title of “deputy president” over his behavior as a proxy for Mr. Kelly. But Mr. Kelly has developed an uneasy truce with the president, and he is among those traveling abroad with Mr. Trump this week.

    Back at the White House, one of Mr. Kelly’s deputies, Mr. Hagin, whose connections to the Republican establishment have been a target of Mr. Trump’s outside advisers, is looking for a way out: He is said to be considering departing for a high-ranking job at the C.I.A., according to The Washington Post."



    "Joe Hagin, a deputy to Mr. Kelly, is also said to be looking for a way out."

    "Chris Whipple, author of “The Gatekeepers,” a history of White House chiefs of staff, said in an interview that the president was taking the wrong lessons from his time in office.

    “The lesson of the first year and a half of the White House is not that the president needs fewer guardrails,” Mr. Whipple said. “He needs more. There’s a huge difference between confidence and competence.”

    As Mr. Kelly has receded from some of the managerial aspects of his job, a series of fiefs and empire-building efforts have sprouted in the areas of trade and national security. Without Gary D. Cohn , the process-focused former director of the National Economic Council, at the White House, the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin, has tried to attain more power as the council’s staff has dwindled.

    Even as his administration faces a series of diplomatic high-wire acts, including persuading Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, to give up his nuclear arsenal, Mr. Trump has remained fixated on leaks back home. He has recently pitted aides against one another in his search to find those who may be disloyal.

    “Is he the leaker? Is she the leaker?” Mr. Trump asks visitors to the Oval Office, or outside advisers he talks to on the phone, whenever the names of specific staff members come up.

    Some aides have sought to stoke the president’s fears about leaks, trying to identify people who could be disloyal: At least one senior aide is dropping inaccurate stories into the West Wing rumor mill to identify people who speak to reporters.

    The communications office is likely to lose several staff members, some voluntarily but most at the request of a president who often complains that he has the biggest communications team and still gets terrible press.

    On other issues, including trade — which roiled the Group of 7 summit meeting on Friday and Saturday, and which people close to the White House say will define the rest of the president’s second year — Mr. Trump has ignored the warnings of some advisers and has instead sought out people who will find ways to get done what he wants accomplished.

    When the president could not quickly enlist the support of Robert E. Lighthizer, the United States trade representative, to find a way to make national security an issue with regard to imported automobiles, he circumvented his trade expert and asked Wilbur Ross, the commerce secretary, to carry out an investigation.

    Ms. Tenpas, the staff turnover expert, said that, as the midterms approach, many talented people are likely to shy away from filling empty roles in a West Wing where the president believes he can function as his own chief of staff, spokesman and human resources manager .

    “I think Trump has run through the first string of people pretty quickly,” she said. “If the patterns hold, we’re going to see another huge number of departures simply because people are exhausted and ready to move on.”

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    Post  giovonni on Mon Jun 11, 2018 8:09 am

    A quickie ...

    Flying Mokulele Airlines From Maui to the Big Island

    Gabriel Traveler


    "Taking a small 9-seater airplane with Mokulele Airlines
    from Maui to the Big Island of Hawaii."

    More to come ...


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    Post  giovonni on Mon Jun 11, 2018 4:37 pm

    Informational ideas to consider and ponder upon ...   Idea  


    How to Escape the Mind Control Matrix → Jon Rappoport

    The Matrix is a System of Control ...

    "According to many, The Matrix is a system of control based on thought reading, on the Pavlovian
    association of ideas and on the manipulation of language and doubletalk."



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    Post  giovonni on Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:03 am


    Always check previous pages for missed posted items ...


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    'Leave no poop behind' ...




    What Kim Jong-un’s stool might reveal, if he would only let us take a peek



    The North Korean leader arrived in Singapore for tomorrow’s summit with Donald Trump accompanied by his own portable toilet “to deny determined sewer divers insights into to the supreme leader’s stools,” according to South Korean media.

    Really? Maybe. We aren’t able to verify the toilet story. Yet the dictator’s paranoia isn’t entirely unfounded. Here’s what an adversary’s urine or stool could tell you.

    1. Is it actually him? If North Korea’s dictator sent a look-alike to the negotiations table, the contents of his porta-potty could reveal it. That’s because stool and urine are among the four body fluids and two cell types that scientists routinely use to profile a person’s DNA, according Karl Reich of Independent Forensics in Chicago. The others include blood, semen, saliva, and skin cells.

    Famously, the US is said to have tested Osama bin Laden’s DNA to confirm his death.

    2. Is he sick? If Kim has advanced cancer, whatever he leaves in the toilet would reveal it. Similar to blood tests called “liquid biopsies,” both urine and stool will show the presence of cancer.

    3. Is he on Prozac? Popping opioids? Taking insulin? In high-stakes nuclear disarmament talks, any insight into an adversary’s physical or mental state could be valuable—so checking his excretions for the metabolites of drugs could tell you what he’s taking, and maybe how he’s thinking.

    4. Is he paleo? According to the J. Craig Venter institute, the billions of bacteria in the gut can also offer insights into a person’s life, behavior, and diet. The ratio of germs like firmicutes and bacteroidetes could tell you if Kim eats his fruits and vegetables or follows one of those diets fashionable in the decadent capitalist West.

    Would such clues matter enough to hide your poop? “You can imagine that in a negotiation, any lever or information that you have about your negotiating partner could be an advantage,” says Reich. “But it’s pretty paranoid.”

    Post source page: https://www.technologyreview.com/the-download/611396/what-kim-jong-uns-stool-might-reveal-if-he-would-only-let-us-take-a-peek/


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    Post  giovonni on Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:10 am

    Speaking of smelling ...

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    Post  giovonni on Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:33 am

    Some musing from Cambodia ...

    Corporate Structures Are Destroying Our Well Being - Morris - & News



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    Post  giovonni on Tue Jun 12, 2018 12:29 pm

    doppelgänger (s)

    'an apparition or double of another living person.'





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    Post  Carol on Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:27 pm

    This is really awesome to watch.  Mother Nature is just really something.   sooo Amazing!!!

    June 10th - Fissure #8 going strong....some beautiful night film

    https://vimeo.com/274431794


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    Post  giovonni on Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:27 pm

    Thanks Carol ...  cheers

    I read that Pele has recently spewed enough to fill Manhattan Island with six feet of lava over ...

    Awesome share !

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    Speaking of the beauty of blue Hawaii ...  
    Featuring my friend Sterling ...  flower

    Epic Swimming Spot on the Big Island, Hawaii

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    In desperate times there is often a need for daring critters  ...  Thubs Up

    Social climber: Minnesota raccoon climbs skyscraper, becomes national hero
    Story below:

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/how-did-the-minnesota-raccoon-scale-that-25-story-building-‘superpowers’-and-‘insatiable-curiosity’/ar-AAyBfMm?ocid=spartandhp


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    Post  giovonni on Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:44 am

    Brace yourselves ... Lmfao



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    the latest ...

    #NewWorldNextWeek

    Are IQs Really Dropping?


    plus lots more ...

    "Welcome back to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy
    that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news" ...


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    * All news items list referenced below *

    Story #1: War Stocks Plummet After Trump-Kim Summit https://bit.ly/2yfLxdw

    Whatever Happens Next, The Trump-Kim Summit Is a Win https://reut.rs/2JNkXNt

    Read The Trump-Kim Memorandum – The Devil Is In The Details https://bit.ly/2JWbzrf

    The Trump-Kim Summit Statement: Read the Full Text https://nyti.ms/2JJEHOR


    Story #2: Politicians Fear For Safety As Threats Against Congress Skyrocket https://nyp.st/2JL5Sw5

    Wikipedia: New York Post https://bit.ly/1UFhxL7

    Corbett Report: Interview 944 – Graeme MacQueen Reveals The Anthrax Deception https://bit.ly/1WY7YJF


    Story #3: Researchers Find IQ Scores Dropping Since The 1970s https://bit.ly/2JNzVTO

    Dumb And Dumber: Why We’re Getting Less Intelligent https://bit.ly/2sZTFZR

    ‘Flynn Effect And Its Reversal Are Both Environmentally Caused’ https://bit.ly/2l2scDp

    Wikipedia: Flynn Effect https://bit.ly/2mXlv8n

    The Flynn Effect: A Meta-Analysis https://bit.ly/2l8r4yb

    One Century of Global IQ Gains: A Formal Meta-Analysis of the Flynn Effect (1909-2013) https://bit.ly/2JGOZiU

    Lucifer Curves: The Legacy of Lead Poisoning https://bit.ly/2JOWE1T

    Prenatal Exposure to Common Chemicals Linked to Lower IQ in Kids https://bit.ly/2wHZZ8m
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    Post  giovonni on Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:36 pm

    Where and what is humanity moving towards ...   confused

    Max Igan Interviewed at the Open Mind Conference


    'Max Igan Interviewed at the Open Mind Conference, Copenhagen, Denmark. Sept, 17th, 2017'.


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    Post  giovonni on Sat Jun 16, 2018 11:54 am

    An excellent weekend viewing offering from the likes of screenwriter Rod Serling ...  

    Very well written and acted, they don't often make them like this one any more ...  

    Relevant then and still today ... I highly recommended
    Double Thumbs Up



    Patterns ~ is a 1956 American drama film directed by Fielder Cook and starring Van Heflin, Everett Sloane, and Ed Begley. The screenplay by Rod Serling was an adaptation of his teleplay Patterns originally telecast January 12, 1955 on the Kraft Television Theatre, which starred Sloane, Begley and Richard Kiley ... It depicts a tale of corporate greed, when a young man is recruited onto the board of a high-powered corporation, he finds his ethics at odds with his ambition ...

    More detail descriptive here:
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    Post  giovonni on Sun Jun 17, 2018 5:36 am

    Continuing with my two friends ...  Thubs Up

    Gabriel & Sterling

    Exploring the Big Island of Hawaii: A Wild Paradise


    'One day exploring the amazing Big Island of Hawaii' ...


    Published on Jun 15, 2018

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    Also ~

    Is It Safe to Travel to the Big Island of Hawaii?

    'Exploring the Big Island of Hawaii while the Kilauea volcano is erupting.'


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    Post  giovonni on Mon Jun 18, 2018 8:03 am

    Back on the coastal Mainland ...  pale



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    Post  giovonni on Mon Jun 18, 2018 9:32 am

    Next up from the other side of the Pacific ...

    Let's talk China ...





    Xi Jinping: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver

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    "Chinese president Xi Jinping is amassing an alarming amount of political power. If only his propaganda videos
    made the idea of unrestricted authority seem as troubling as the concept of singing children."


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    Post  giovonni on Mon Jun 18, 2018 12:23 pm

    The special Jeff Session edition ... study




    Introducing the Trump Holy Bible.

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