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Worlds MOST FEARED DARPA Technology for US Military


Worlds MOST FEARED DARPA Technology for US Military

(Message to world) 2016 

Published on May 12, 2016
America spends more on its military than THE NEXT 15 COUNTRIES COMBINED
By 2033 the U.S. will be paying $59 billion a year to its veterans injured in the wars

The yearly cost of stationing one soldier in Iraq could feed 60 American families.
The pentagon budget consumes 80% of individual income tax revenue
The Pentagon spends more on war than all 50 states combined spend on health, education, welfare, and safety

Active projects of DARPA which will change the future are :

4MM 4-minute mile: Wearable jetpack to enable soldiers to run at increased speed.
Aerial Reconfigurable Embedded System formerly

TX: Cargo carrying UAV.
"Aircraft Carriers in the Sky": Using large manned aircraft to launch and recover small UAVs.

ACTUV: A project to build an unmanned Anti-submarine warfare vessel.
Adaptive Execution Office: AEO provides the agency with robust connections to the war fighter community and assists the agency with the planning and execution of technology demonstrations and field trials to promote adoption by the war fighter.
Air Dominance Initiative: Developmental technologies to be used in sixth-generation jet fighters.
Atlas: A humanoid robot.
Battlefield Illusion

Big Mechanism: Cancer research

BlockADE: Rapidly constructed barrier.
Boeing X-37
Boomerang - mobile shooter detection system: an acoustic gunfire locator developed by BBN Technologies for detecting snipers on military combat vehicles.
Captive Air Amphibious Transporter
Clean-Slate Design of Resilient, Adaptive, Secure Hosts CRASH, a TCTO initiative
Cognitive Technology Threat Warning System
Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment CODE: Modular software architecture for UAVs to pass information to each other in contested environments to identify and engage targets with limited operator direction.
Combat Zones That See: "track everything that moves" in a city by linking up a massive network of surveillance cameras
Computational Weapon Optic CWO: Computer rifle scope that combines various features into one optic.

DARPA XG: technology for Dynamic Spectrum Access for assured military communications
Experimental Spaceplane 1: first stage of a reusable space transport

Gremlins: Air-launched and recoverable UAVs with distributed capabilities to provide low-cost flexibility over expensive multirole platforms.
Ground X-Vehicle Technology

Five Steps of Science

Five Steps of Science

Five Steps of Science:

and Applying.

The first Science was of the Soul.
Today... some tell us Science, works only on things that are matter.
Tell me, who decided to remove the Soul and our Family Mind?
Take care of yourself  first...
8 hours a day; everyday: Then work for the Family.
We must first learn how to live in Monastic way.
Pass that Test and go out and work for your world Family
God uses Science, then brings us to Life.

Someone Invented a School; Why?
Independent in The Red Chamber - Canada

"Science progresses by dialogue between the inner world of abstract ideas and the outer word of concrete experience. Ideas are hypothetical guidelines.
Experience brings them to life.

Experience is tangible.
But it needs ideas to become useful.
"Raw experience is chaotic" Guidelines are necessary to organize perceptions of reality, to make them recognizable,
and to make some sense of them.

Science is the conversation between ideas and experience.

We require ideas to recognize reality.
We require experience to nudge ideas into new shapes.
This dialogue is the relationship between ideas and experience out of which all knowledge evolves.
This is the method of science.

Science is not facts but method, not data but interpretation of data, not just experience but also idea.

The scientific tasks of psychometrics are pursued by working through a dialogue of five successive procedural models.

Articulating these models enables focus and reduces confusion.

Explicating a model for each step focuses attention on the specific problem addressed at that step."