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The top left image below shows the infamous occultist’s Aleister Crowley’s portrait of a being which was conjured initially in 1918-1919 AD. The image top right image shows how the original image accommodates the large eyes of grey aliens. The images below is the way that proponents of ancient alien greys in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics reproduce the image in question…nice and blurry so that it is easier to tell you what it is rather that having you see a clear image and decide for yourself. Here is a clear image of the same figure, note that now the alien appears to be wearing some fancy feathered head dress and has a cartoonish accordion elephantine trunk. Seamless Transitions, a new work by James Bridle, visualizes secret sites of the the UK immigration system. The Special Immigration Appeals Commission courtroom, which facilitates the presentation of secret evidence. The artist’s new work, Seamless Transitions, is a computer-generated tour of three restricted sites within the UK immigration system. Bridle became interested in his country’s immigration system after reading about Isa Muazu, a Nigerian deportee who was shipped out of the country on a private jet after a three-month hunger strike at a holding center in south London. Bridle worked with Picture Plane, a studio specializing in architecture visualizations, to bring the hidden areas into the light.
To Bridle, the Special Immigration Appeals Commission courtroom has the most noteworthy architecture.
100 A-Level graduates who are looking for an alternative to university will get the chance to become apprentices in the government’s secret service, with placements offered in the MI5, MI6 and GCHQ.
Apprentices will gain a foundation degree in communication systems, security and computing and a level 4 diploma in IT skills.
This recruitment drive for apprentices is the government’s attempt to broaden its scope of employees. In 2006, China unveiled an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) design known as Dark Sword, which has since vanished from the public eye. In 2011, the PLA began testing the J-20, China's first homegrown stealth fighter, which could enter service sometime after 2017. With a space station under construction and plans for a manned moon mission, China aims to alter the balance of power in orbit.
In a single generation, China has transformed itself from a largely agrarian country into a global manufacturing and trading powerhouse. Just 10 years ago, the budget for the People's Liberation Army (PLA) was roughly $20 billion. American officials aren't just concerned about the amount of money the Chinese military is spending. In some ways, China's rise echoes that of imperial Germany at the turn of the 20th century. Similarly, the PLA has more to gain by developing new technologies than by racing to match American sea and air power.
China's most potent new capability, though, might be what the PLA has called "informationized warfare," or cyber war. Using planning documents and first-hand recollections, Bridle and an architecture visualization studio digitally recreated an immigration court in London, an immigrant removal center at London Heathrow Airport, and a private deportation terminal across town at Stansted Airport.
Muazu’s case, like others before it, offered a glimpse into what many see as a troubling, inhumane system.
They’re shown in pristine form, as is typically the case with architectural renderings, giving them an eerie institutional sterility. While artists like Trevor Paglen have gone to great and ingenious lengths to document in photographs the infrastructure of the modern surveillance state, here we see how new technologies can offer other ways of reclaiming these spaces. Having received over 800 applicants since the opening date of 16th October 2012, the position is expected to be very competitive among young people. They will earn a yearly salary of ?17,066 during the training period, and are assured a good chance of full time employment at the end of the scheme depending on the economic climate.


In 2007, the nation showed off its antisatellite missiles by shooting down a decommissioned weather satellite, creating 40,000 shards of space junk in the process. China's economy is 20 times bigger than it was two decades ago and is on track to surpass the United States' as the world's largest. China doesn't have to amass a navy as powerful as the American fleet if it can make the seas too dangerous for U.S. In addition to its proven satellite-killing missiles, the PLA is developing maneuverable microsatellites that would act like tiny space kamikazes, along with directed-energy (laser) devices that could blind or melt U.S.
Singer is director of the 21st Century Defense Initiative and a senior fellow in foreign policy at the Brookings Institution. But mostly they’re just banal, presumably like so many off-limits rooms where the unsavory bits of modern governance transpire.
Though there’s public seating, a walled, curtained witness box allows bureaucrats to give evidence anonymously. If it is, certain design characteristics—such as a suspected ramjet engine—suggest that it’s a high-speed drone that could carry out surveillance and strikes far from Chinese shores. It appears to be designed for medium-altitude, long-endurance surveillance and strike missions. Very little public information about China's combat aircraft development program exists, but the emergence this past September of a second stealth fighter prototype—the J-31 Falcon Eagle, which some observers think could be capable of performing takeoffs and landings on aircraft carriers—suggests that the J-20 is only the first in a series of advanced Chinese fighters. After blasting off near the coast, the missiles travel to the edge of space before reentering the atmosphere at more than 3,000 mph and dropping 1,300 pounds of explosives on targets. But perhaps most startling has been the growth of China's ambitious and increasingly powerful military.
When Germany decided to build battleships to match the Grand Fleet's dreadnoughts, the two nations entered an arms race that helped set the stage for the first world war.
Sooner or later, they're gonna fight." A few years ago, when Hollywood set out to remake the movie, the filmmakers updated the script by replacing the Soviet bad guys with the Chinese.
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Whatever the Dark Sword’s fate, China’s UAV plans are ambitious: This past summer, the Chinese government announced plans to build 11 coastal drone bases. At aviation trade shows today, Chinese contractors display scores of drones under development. But when war broke out, Britain didn't lose a single battleship to Germany's High Seas Fleet.
To that end, the PLA is acquiring weapons such as mobile, truck-launched anti-ship ballistic missiles and radar-evading, ramjet-powered Sunburn cruise missiles, which tear toward their targets at Mach 2.5, giving defenses only seconds to respond. In 2007, Senior Colonel Yao Yunzhu of the Chinese Academy of Military Science (the highest research institute in the PLA) announced that the U.S. And while Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta has warned about a potential cyber Pearl Harbor, the greater threat might be the theft of U.S. Imagine if you could tour the prison within Oculus Rift, walking its halls or spending time inside a cell. Air Force's X-37B space plane, the Shenlong could rapidly place satellites in orbit—and potentially carry weapons that could disable the communications, navigation, and surveillance satellites of adversaries. Meanwhile, Chinese president Hu Jintao has called for the PLA to carry out "new historic missions" in the 21st century—to move beyond the traditional goal of defending the nation's sovereignty and develop the global military reach of a true world superpower. The Chinese have spent the past few years retrofitting a 65,000-ton Soviet aircraft carrier (which the PLA acquired using a fake travel agency as a front) with new engines and weapons including Flying Leopard surface-to-air missile batteries and automated air defense machine-gun systems. German mines and submarines, on the other hand—new technologies that arrived unexpectedly and changed the rules of battle—sunk 13 British battleships.
To avoid losing access to China's multibillion-dollar film market, they digitally switched the adversary to North Korea in postproduction. Until recently, American officials thought their F-22 and F-35 aircraft were the world's only fifth-generation fighters (the name given to a class of stealthy fighter jets developed in the past decade, which are equipped with radar-evading features, high-performance engines and avionics, and networked computer systems). The ship, called the Liaoning, can carry approximately 50 aircraft, including the Shenyang J-15 Flying Shark, a fighter jet that may be as capable as an F-18.


The system isn't foolproof: In early 2010, a GPS "glitch" left almost 10,000 of these receivers unable to connect for days. The Chinese plan to send more than 100 civilian and military satellites into orbit in the next decade, and the PLA is testing what appears to be an unmanned, reusable space plane. So far, operations thought to have originated in China have compromised sensitive networks in the State Department as well as computers involved in the F-35 joint strike fighter program.
American and Chinese forces will eye each other suspiciously, and the relationship may become tense.
But if American and Chinese forces end up in the same place with different goals, the result could be a standoff between two of the best-equipped militaries in the world. China's future UAVs may also get a boost from American technology: Iran has reportedly given Chinese scientists access to the RQ-170 advanced spy drone that went down in its territory last year. China is also building stealthy 8,000-ton destroyers, along with nuclear submarines and amphibious assault ships.
Most people have heard of the amazing Civil War battles that took place in and around South Mountain.
While Gates met with Hu Jintao, his hosts "coincidentally" revealed the existence of an advanced new fighter, the J-20, by staging the inaugural public flight over the city of Chengdu. A new 36,000-ton cruise ship modified for military purposes, the Bahai Sea Green Pearl, can carry more than 2,000 soldiers and 300 vehicles. But we also could use it to interrogate our world in ways never before possible—if we care to look.
Union Major General George McClellan countered in Federick, Maryland before heading to South Mountain. Considering the historic and military importance of the site, it is no surprise that there are rumors of a secret government installation in South Mountain, Maryland. Where is the Secret Government Installation in South Mountain, Maryland?Why would anyone make the claim that there’s some sort of secret facility within this mountain? Throughout 1942, South Mountain was used by the War Department as the American training ground to prepare U.S. Almost 20,000 World War II troops were trained there, including a significant number of intelligence personnel. Today, the entire area of Northern Maryland is rife with alleged secret government facilities, mostly underground locations bristling with dishes, antenna and communication towers. There are three access roads, one dirt road from Fort Ritchie, one dirt road from the southern part of Range Rd, and one paved from the North.
As you zoom in closer to the facility, you can see the amazing size of the tower (check out the length of that shadow) and the various transmission dishes and second communication towers around the facility. The half-full parking lot indicates that this is a fairly busy facility with a decent staff. This facility is revealed best by a local hiker writing about the Bear Pond mountain range. The hiker reported that Cross Mountain has a communication antenna that was allegedly used to send microwave signals during cold war.
They are bearing North from the south mountain facility which may suggest they are heading towards to at&t facility and others nearby. He is an IT analyst, blogger, journalist, and a researcher for the truth behind strange stories.
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