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Open Eyes 104 05-11-15 Living With The Paranormal

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Living with the Paranormal can be difficult for some, easy for others. What is lit like to live with the paranormal and be in contact with spirits and other assorted things? We answer that, and a LOT more listener questions about the paranormal in this episode of Open Eyes!

 

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 British philosopher Nick Bostrom says he believes that the reality we perceive around us may be the product of a highly-advanced computer program, much like the plot of the Matrix movies – and surprisingly NASA have said they agree with him.

Dr Bostrom proposed in a paper he wrote that an evolved race of aliens have imprisoned the human-race in what he refers to as a “digital imprisonment”.

These aliens, or super-humans, are using virtual reality to simulate space and time, according to Bostrom

NASA scientist Rich Terrile, director of the Centre for Evolutionary Computation and Automated Design at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, thinks Dr Bostrom may be onto something.

Speaking to Vice the NASA scientist said, “Right now the fastest NASA supercomputers are cranking away at about double the speed of the human brain …If you make a simple calculation using Moore’s Law [which roughly claims computers double in power every two years], you’ll find that these supercomputers, inside of a decade, will have the ability to compute an entire human lifetime of 80 years – including every thought ever conceived during that lifetime – in the span of a month.”

– See more at: http://yournewswire.com/universe-a-matrix-computer-game-designed-by-aliens-say-nasa/#sthash.cTOoyUrd.UNUgJPKZ.dpuf

NASA scientist Rich Terrile, director of the Centre for Evolutionary Computation and Automated Design at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, thinks Dr Bostrom may be onto something.

Speaking to Vice the NASA scientist said, “Right now the fastest NASA supercomputers are cranking away at about double the speed of the human brain …If you make a simple calculation using Moore’s Law [which roughly claims computers double in power every two years], you’ll find that these supercomputers, inside of a decade, will have the ability to compute an entire human lifetime of 80 years – including every thought ever conceived during that lifetime – in the span of a month.”

– See more at: http://yournewswire.com/universe-a-matrix-computer-game-designed-by-aliens-say-nasa/#sthash.cTOoyUrd.UNUgJPKZ.dpuf

NASA scientist Rich Terrile, director of the Centre for Evolutionary Computation and Automated Design at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, thinks Dr Bostrom may be onto something.
Speaking to Vice the NASA scientist said, “Right now the fastest NASA supercomputers are cranking away at about double the speed of the human brain …If you make a simple calculation using Moore’s Law [which roughly claims computers double in power every two years], you’ll find that these supercomputers, inside of a decade, will have the ability to compute an entire human lifetime of 80 years – including every thought ever conceived during that lifetime – in the span of a month.”

It all started with an unwanted knock on the door by a government worker and it’s being answered with a $60 million lawsuit.

A New Jersey family is suing the state child-protection agency after it allegedly sent a caseworker to their home to interrogate them on everything from their son’s homeschool education to questions about vaccines and guns in the house.

Christopher Zimmer and his wife Nicole of Belvidere filed a civil rights complaint in April in U.S. District Court in Trenton alleging “unlawful and unconstitutional home intrusion.”

“I won’t forget that morning for a long, long time,” said Christopher Zimmer, thinking back to Tuesday, Jan. 13, which began with a caseworker knocking on his front door.

He said Michelle Marchese, a caseworker for the state Division of Child Protection and Permanency, demanded she be let inside the house, “Now!” according to court documents. Startled by the aggressive confrontation, Christopher Zimmer asked the purpose of her visit.

Marchese refused to answer the question, saying only that 15-year-old Christopher Zimmer Jr. was not getting a “proper education” and she was at the Zimmer home under the authority of DCP&P to make sure they were homeschooling their son “correctly,” the suit states.

Not knowing the extent of his rights, Christopher Zimmer phoned local police. The police arrived on the scene but allowed Marchese to enter the home and continue to issue threats to the family and inspect the house, all without a warrant, the lawsuit states.

The questions started out simple, about home life and happiness, but Zimmer said the questions quickly turned pointed and intrusive.

Marchese demanded to see records on textbooks used, attendance and test scores, the lawsuit states, when in fact New Jersey law doesn’t require homeschool parents to maintain and turn in such records to the state.

Marchese then allegedly told the Zimmers that their homeschooling materials “had to include what the public school system would have taught him, and that they had to both work with the public school and follow the public school curriculum,” according to the lawsuit.

In fact there is no such requirement for homeschooling curricula to line up with what’s taught in the public schools, according to state regulations published on the New Jersey Department of Education website.

“The law does not require or authorize the local board of education to review and approve the curriculum or program of a child educated elsewhere than at school. When parent/guardian educate a child elsewhere than at school, they are responsible for the educational outcomes of the child. The local board of education is not required or authorized to monitor the outcomes of the child.”

Marchese then began to interrogate the couple’s 15-year-old son about his school work.

Zimmer said he told Marchese she had no legal authority to be in his home questioning his family about what type of education their son was receiving.

More questions about guns, ammo

Marchese then asked the boy what he wanted to be when he grew up. He said he wanted to be a Marine scout sniper.

She asked the boy why and before he could answer she asked him if he’d ever played the video game “Call of Duty.”

Zimmer again told his son he did not have to answer the question because Marchese had no legal right to be in the home interrogating the family about schooling techniques.

Marchese said she had the authority to be there and asked if their son was up to date on his vaccines. The boy’s mother, Nicole Zimmer, said she had concerns about the risks of vaccines and was provided a religious exemption.

A Cobb County teacher has been accused by school system police of putting a second-grader with autism in a trash can.

45-year-old Mary Katherine Pursley was arrested Monday and was released on bond Tuesday. Witnesses told police Pursley, who works at Mt. Bethel Elementary, was attempting to calm the child down during an after-school program Thursday afternoon.

An arrest warrant by police says Pursley talked to the student about the Sesame Street character, Oscar The Grouch, and his trashy behavior. The warrant then says Pursley picked up the child by his legs, held him upside-down and put him head-first in a trash can.

– See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/teacher-throws-autistic-second-grader-away-in-trash-can-like-garbage-as-punishment_052015#sthash.IQfK8Guy.dpuf

A Cobb County teacher has been accused by school system police of putting a second-grader with autism in a trash can.
45-year-old Mary Katherine Pursley was arrested Monday and was released on bond Tuesday. Witnesses told police Pursley, who works at Mt. Bethel Elementary, was attempting to calm the child down during an after-school program Thursday afternoon.
An arrest warrant by police says Pursley talked to the student about the Sesame Street character, Oscar The Grouch, and his trashy behavior. The warrant then says Pursley picked up the child by his legs, held him upside-down and put him head-first in a trash can.

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