Wombaticus Rex wrote:"The Elite - okay, most of the old men you see at Bilderberg, there's a reason they're all whacked out of their minds, they're taking DMT. You think they're all a bunch of old men? They're in power because they were into this stuff -- 70 years ago! They were jacking DMT 70 years ago! They were injecting it. They were in special tanks...just heaven help us people, it's so hard core, you wouldn't believe it."
operator kos wrote:... but these days I doubt anyone in power wants to do drugs which remind them of their oneness with all of the fellow humans that they are grinding into the dirt.
Army names top builders of virtual worlds
Competition encourages new training and learning applications
The U.S. Army is looking for a few good worlds -- virtual worlds, that is.
The Army Research Laboratory Simulation & Training Technology Center announced winners for its annual Federal Virtual Worlds Challenge in which contestants from around the globe compete to produce the best virtual solutions for training and other applications.
One of the winners was NonKin Village, which received first place and a $5,000 prize in the Patterns of Life category. Developed by Innovative Management Concepts Inc., the reconfigurable virtual village provides trainers with a setting and society that can be used to help military forces learn about foreign cultures and norms, according to a news release from the company dated May 25.
“Trainees can use it like the mock villages at U.S. military forts to gain experience in foreign cultures and to learn to be sensitive to local norms, values, relationship building, and stakeholder issues prior to arriving in the country or region where they must interact with, and possibly influence and assist, natives in that culture,” IMC said in the release.
The team behind NonKin Village includes representatives from IMC, which is a service-disabled veteran-owned small business, and Barry Silverman from the University of Pennsylvania’s Ackoff Collaboratory for Advancement of the Systems Approach.
Winners have the opportunity to demonstrate the applications for government users and policy-makers.
http://washingtontechnology.com/article ... sc_lang=en
Still following the lead of ECCO, Dr. Lilly continued his ever-escalating injections of K in order to remain in contact with the "space brothers". Soon, though, his sources started to dry up due to concerns by his connections that Lilly had gone too far of the deep end. Consequently this led Lilly in search of other long acting chemicals that would provide him with the same effects as K, but for a greater duration of time.
2012 Countdown wrote:I'm serious. I really think if Jones did some LSD, he'd benefit greatly.
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