As if we don’t have enough radiation that we are being inundated with now DARPA seeks new radiation and frequency manipulation.
The Program in Ultrafast Laser Science and Engineering (PULSE) seeks to enable efficient and agile use of the entire electromagnetic spectrum by linking it to the output of an ultrafast laser. The expected outcome of the program is to develop novel sources of radiation that improve upon existing state-of-the-art performance, size, weight, and power. In particular, PULSE aims to develop devices and techniques that will result in low phase-noise microwave oscillators, practical optical time/frequency transfer techniques, tabletop sources of high-quality secondary radiation and high flux isolated attosecond pulses, and other DOD-relevant applications.
Should the US Army really be involved in animal operations? Do you want your tax dollars being spent on yet another redundant layer of bureaucracy? I can assure you that federal and state agencies have every aspect of animal operations well covered. So where is the US Army going to begin showing up? For starters disaster response, stray animal control (now that is a valuable service for our trained military), wildlife programs, animal research and development programs such as Plum Island and all the other bio-weapons facilities, pets, and as cadres to implement import and export regulations.
This comes to you from the US Army website: Continue reading
In the spring of 2012 I began to notice that this blog was hacked supposedly by the Russians. Most of the documents were corrupted. Criminal actions within Public-Private Partnerships are escalating and there is not a whole lot of time to reconstruct old information. If you have need of a particular criminal actions please leave a comment on what you need and when it was published approximately and I can attempt to get it to you for your use.
Thank you to the team trying to rebuild the site.
I am sorry for the inconvenience but this is how it goes in the trenches for liberty.
Plenary Sessions are delineated in red
This document is a backgrounder document on the progression and implementation of One Heath.Â It will help you get to know the principles and the players for future articles on the developing program.Â A new direction is being forged in the world of regulatory implementation which began with the publication of APHIS’ Animal Disease Traceability (ADT) regulation.Â It created a new model for all subsequent and all inclusive regulations.Â Â From this point forward on the collective pathway towards agencies will now give local, county, states, and tribes set goals.Â They may provide some incentive as a hook to ensnare them but pretty much how various entities achieve the goal is their problem.Â This deviates from the traditional role of the agencies who in the past gave direction in the regulatory process on who, what, where, when, and why (the details) of what the Legislative Branch wanted carried out.Â Now the agency just adopts and implements what it wants through a front collaboration from key stakeholders.
From the trenches of liberty,
Check out this direction piece on RFID that the Army did in 2010 but just recently posted:
Yes, and as the Army confesses, RFID can adversely impact your health.
Sorry to say but the plan is to even RFID corpses…
From the trenches,
Ten years ago my home had a carpet bug infestation.Â I called in a professional exterminator and requested the exterminator use a natural and safe product.Â I was reassured nothing toxic would be used.Â My carpet bugs went away BUT 5 years later my dog and I had blood-work done for different reasons and at different facilities and both of our blood retained the toxin Permethrin.Â Permethrin comes from the chrysanthemum family but the constituents in it is what kills bugs and also bio-accumulates in the body of animals and humans.Â It is a bug killer all right.Â In today’s double-speak is the Army telling its personnel what they think of them, nothing more than mere bugs?
The Flame-Resistant Army Combat Uniform factory treated with Permethrin,
or the FR ACU-P, is a key component of the DoD
Insect Repellent System. Wearing this uniform properly, along with using DEET insect repellent on exposed skin, will decrease to almost zero the Soldierâ€™s chances of contracting an insect-borne disease.
Wearing a permethrin-treated uniform provides safe, effective protection against biting insects that cause annoyance, injury and disease.
In addition to military uniforms, permethrin is registered by the EPA as a repellent suitable for clothing worn by adults and children.
The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommend wearing permethrin-treated clothing for disease prevention. (And we can trust the WHO and CDC, wink-wink to keep us safe) Continue reading
No, this is not the Rat Patrol of TV fame.Â This is the US Army’s new mission of pest command and control.Â As if the US Army is not already spread a bit thin with three simultaneous wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya they now are engaged in the global vector war.Â Listen up folks these are your hard earned tax dollars at work.Â At present the Army is mapping their pest insurgents but before long those bugs will come home to roost possibly at your home and behind them will be the US Army hot on their trail causing you no end of grief.Â Below is a sample of their One Health mission: Continue reading