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5G – Microwave as a weapon

In this episode of ICIC, Dr. Reiner Fuellmich conducts an exclusive interview with Barrie Trower, one of the best known experts in the field of microwave radiation and frequencies, which have been researched and used as weapons in intelligence agencies since the early 1950s. Barrie Trower, a former career soldier in the Royal Navy and intelligence officer with MI5 and MI6 is a scientist and has also been a university lecturer. His knowledge in the field of microwave and 5G radiation is of considerable explosive nature and he feels obliged to bring it to the public, which, just like other whistleblowers, has already put him in life-threatening situations.

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https://feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/1474158574-ukcolumn-where-theres-no-will-theres-no-way-why-artificial-intelligence-will-never-rule-the-world.mp3 | https://soundcloud.com/ukcolumn/where-theres-no-will-theres-no-way-why-artificial-intelligence-will-never-rule-the-world | 79m | 3/21/2023 | deep thoughts / make some effort, take some time to listen | #sharewidely #bombshell #mustlisten | #AI will *not* evolve to general "*will* present" AI in 21st century | #nowillnoway #nowillnoai

> A wide-ranging interview with two world experts on the multidisciplinary reasons why #ChatGPT and artificial general intelligence are by no means all they are cracked up to be. Read the full transcript ...

>> Alex Thomson: I’m joined today by Barry Smith and Jobst Landgrebe to discuss their fascinating book Why Machines Will Never Rule the World, published by Routledge in its Philosophy imprint. The subtitle of the book is Artificial intelligence Without Fear. Anyone who’s watched UK Column News for a while will know that in almost every episode, references are made to the supposedly imminent takeover of one profession or the other by artificial intelligence, and there’s certainly a lot about fear in UK Column news and special broadcasts. So, with that subtitle as an excellent promise of what’s to come, we can discuss the subjects without fear.

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Mount Washington Cog Railway | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PcaUncoln8 | 38m | Dec 28, 2022

> Some say that a trip aboard the Mount Washington Cog Railway is like traveling from New Hampshire to the Arctic Circle in one hour. Despite the railroad’s relatively short length of three miles, this unusually steep line travels through four distinctive climate zones as it scales the western slope of Mount Washington, the highest peak in the Northeastern United States. With an average grade of 25% and a maximum grade of 36.6%, the Mount Washington Cog Railway is the steepest railway in the United States and the second steepest railway in the world. To navigate the steep grades, the line utilizes a “rack and pinion” system, where toothy wheels at the center of the train, referred to as pinions or cogs, grab onto a special rack rail to pull the train up the grade.

> The Mount Washington Cog Railway was completed in 1869 and is the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway and is one of the oldest railroads built exclusively as a tourist line. The founder, Sylvester Marsh, wanted to provide an easier way for visitors to reach the top of Mount Washington. For much of its existence, the railroad was almost an exclusively steam operation, first burning wood and later coal. However, in 2008, the railroad began a transition to clean biodiesel as its primary motive power. Still, two coal-fired steam locomotives remain in operation and two to three steam departures are offered daily during the summer and early fall.

> Steam Locomotive MW2 derives from a locomotive built in 1875 by the Manchester Locomotive Works in New Hampshire. The original locomotive had a vertical boiler. Following a shop fire in 1895, the 2 was rebuilt and now has a horizontal boiler.

> Steam Locomotive MW9 was originally built in 1908 by Alco-Manchester Locomotive Works with the current horizontal boiler configuration. This was the first locomotive to enter the fleet as a coal burner. The 9 also burned biodiesel for a short period of time before reverting back to coal.
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