# 1 Present Future

(c) Terry Floyd Johnson, 2017  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

In the Universe, there is one prediction that can be made, where there is a government, there will be offences against the population.

In the United States, it’s Trump and his hooligans, who want to get all the wealth of the country, and then become like North Korea, and create a scarecrow government, where the populace doesn’t matter; they must be controlled by death, torture and starvation.

Trump and his hooligans, North Korea, China, England, France, Russia, and others- are all guilty of crimes against the populace, and as such, will cease to exist in the near or immediate future.

North Korea will be first, as its leadership are cruel monsters, who have starved their populace for decades, now they will reap what they have sewn.

The U.S., Trump and his hooligans, have started a backward movement in the keeping of the U.S. populace safe, and ignoring or editing scientific papers, for political purposes, as did the Clinton administration; Russia, for murder, torture, etc.; China for murder, torture, imprisonment without cause, and genocide; Britain for 1984 security measures, which are being misused, thus they are a crime against the populace; France, again stringent and self-dealing laws and orders; Mexico, murder, genocide, criminal edifications; Brazil/Argentina, Chile, and more.

They have all been found Guilty, and the governments will be removed, and this nation against nation warfare, trade wars, etc., are over.

We are all terrans, one populace, with many diverse peoples, who are citizens of Terra, not of nations, but of a planet, our planet- Earth. One leadership, for the populace, and the betterment of life for all.

Who will do this? Justice!

Climate change is turning cities into harsh, sweltering hotspots — Grist

Tina Johnson has a sense of place. She’s a fourth-generation New Yorker who lives in the same apartment in West Harlem’s Grant housing development that her grandparents lived in. She calls that apartment her anchor, and the nine buildings that make up the development towering above 125th Street — home to roughly 4,400 residents spread…

via Climate change is turning cities into harsh, sweltering hotspots — Grist

As Keystone XL’s fate is decided, activists descend on Nebraska. — Grist

The Nebraska Public Service Commission is holding hearings this week to review the proposed pipeline route through the state and to determine if it will serve the public interest. As the hearings proceed, Native Americans, ranchers, and environmentalists who oppose the pipeline are making their voices heard. On Sunday, pipeline fighters marched through the streets of…

via As Keystone XL’s fate is decided, activists descend on Nebraska. — Grist

An attempt to avert Trump’s interference in climate science might actually invite it — Grist

In a front-page story earlier this week, the New York Times seemingly had a huge scoop: Scientists were so worried that the Trump administration would tamper with their work, they preemptively shared it with the press. Now the same scientists behind the document think that its unconventional release may have actually put their work in…

via An attempt to avert Trump’s interference in climate science might actually invite it — Grist

Solange Knowles Writes About Being Black in White Spaces After Harassment at Kraftwerk Concert — Flavorwire

Solange Knowles took her family to a Kraftwek concert last Friday and experienced some harassment and unpleasantness from white women sitting behind them, so she wrote about it — first on Twitter, then in an essay/letter on Saint Heron. In the piece, (written in second person) she connects this story to so many other micro and […]

via Solange Knowles Writes About Being Black in White Spaces After Harassment at Kraftwerk Concert — Flavorwire

Controversial crime reporting app Vigilante banned from App Store — TechCrunch

A controversial crime-reporting app called Vigilante has been kicked out of the App Store for an app that encouraged, well – vigilantism – and led to the potential for violent responses and racial profiling. The app had only been live for a week in New York before getting the boot, after promising a tool that […]

via Controversial crime reporting app Vigilante banned from App Store — TechCrunch

Reassessing What Art, Pop Culture, and the People Who Write About Them Can and Cannot Do — Flavorwire

Donald Trump won the election, and as a result, America is grappling with something it should perhaps have known was very much a potential reality. As people try to make sense of the result, the web — especially the corners home to a suddenly self-critical liberal mainstream — has been abuzz with scapegoating: It was the media’s fault. […]

via Reassessing What Art, Pop Culture, and the People Who Write About Them Can and Cannot Do — Flavorwire

Super Soldier Talk – Zombie Virus, AI Types, Santa Claus – Peter Insider, Adrian, Mario —

Join us as special guests Adrian, Mario, and Peter answers the audience’s questions about Indigo’s, Reincarnation, Looking into the future with U.S. President Elect Trump, Ascension, Civil War, First Contact, More EMP Attack Details. Mario’s Monarch Love Bite with Super Solider Queen A.K.A. Automatic Limbotronic Unificacted Engine, TCC, TFAI, PPAI, Maria Orsitsch, and the Origin […]

via Super Soldier Talk – Zombie Virus, AI Types, Santa Claus – Peter Insider, Adrian, Mario —

EU court rejects data retention law, throwing cold water on UK’s ‘Snooper’s Charter’ — TechCrunch

The highest court in Europe today ruled that “general and indiscriminate” data retention directives contravene European Union law — dealing a significant blow to governments and organizations who have been pushing for stronger surveillance and data collection, and giving a boost to privacy advocates in the process. More specifically, European Court of Justice threw a direct lifeline to those opposed to the Investigatory […]

via EU court rejects data retention law, throwing cold water on UK’s ‘Snooper’s Charter’ — TechCrunch

Trump, tech, and the future of government surveillance — TechCrunch

[tc_contributor_byline slug=”adam-klein”] Beginning with 2013’s Snowden leaks, the Obama administration publicly wrestled with various thorny issues at the intersection of technology and government surveillance. When, how, and for what purposes should the government collect personal communications and other data? Is it ever appropriate for the government to exploit software flaws for intelligence gathering or crimefighting, […]

via Trump, tech, and the future of government surveillance — TechCrunch

Police Called on Mykki Blanco Because Airplane Passenger Felt “Uncomfortable” — Flavorwire

On Friday, performer Mykki Blanco fell asleep on a flight from Toronto to Detroit and woke up the subject of a police investigation. Blanco called the incident “the most bizarre form of homophobia [they] have ever encountered.” The acclaimed artist was threatened with an FBI report by police after the passenger seated next to Blanco […]

via Police Called on Mykki Blanco Because Airplane Passenger Felt “Uncomfortable” — Flavorwire

About Us — unbolt me

A ‘T’ on its own doesn’t seem too dangerous, but add another one and you’ll get an explosive chemical reaction. Yes, like TNT we make a noise, and that’s exactly the kind of thing we love to do! You see, we’re a strange international duo that doesn’t care much for good manners. We prefer our Ukrainian and Australian creative sensibilities […]

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Inplants go crazy

(c)  Terry Floyd Johnson, 2017  ( Zoua; the OutRyder )

On feb. 11, 2017 I had a feeling I was going to have a breakthrough, that evening, the inplants, bots, etc. went crazy and went off for almost five minutes.

They were going off to stop this from happening, and therefore I had to fight them, by snapping my fingers, to disrupt, their coding message in my brain, to try and stop anything from happening.

It looks like they may have succeeded, because I’m still waiting for the breakthrough.

A strange tale of Central European startups, angry investors, and secret NDAs — TechCrunch

Last month a strange story appeared in the Polish press. It was about an American consultant living in Denver who had been “preying” on Polish startups, promising them investor contacts and customers in America. The story started breathlessly enough. Here it is in translation: The “American Dream” is something that grips the imagination of almost…

via A strange tale of Central European startups, angry investors, and secret NDAs — TechCrunch

The U.S. Navy is using drone boat swarms to keep harbors safe — TechCrunch

The U.S. Navy is testing a team of drone boats to protect harbors here and abroad. The boats, which are basically autonomous versions of the Rigid Hull Inflatable, are connected to a AI routing system called CARACaS. In original 2014 tests the boats worked separately to protect ships in a harbor and the new routing…

via The U.S. Navy is using drone boat swarms to keep harbors safe — TechCrunch

When Celebrity Deaths are More Important than our own Darth Vader, America Needs the Force — Fieldwork in Stilettos

Okay Facebook, let’s calm down for a moment and take stock: yes, Carrie Fisher died this week. As did George Michael, bringing the tally of this year’s celebrity deaths to seemingly epic proportions. But seriously, is this the reason to decry 2016? I liked Carrie Fischer as much as the next person—maybe even a bit […]

via When Celebrity Deaths are More Important than our own Darth Vader, America Needs the Force — Fieldwork in Stilettos

Game developer Brianna Wu plans to run for Congress in 2018 — VentureBeat

Brianna Wu, a game developer who stood up for women facing harassment in the game industry, has decided to run for the U.S. House of Representatives. She hasn’t officially announced she will run yet, but she posted the picture below on her Facebook page earlier today. And she confirmed via email that she is serious. Wu,…

via Game developer Brianna Wu plans to run for Congress in 2018 — VentureBeat

EU court rejects data retention law, throwing cold water on UK’s ‘Snooper’s Charter’ — TechCrunch

The highest court in Europe today ruled that “general and indiscriminate” data retention directives contravene European Union law — dealing a significant blow to governments and organizations who have been pushing for stronger surveillance and data collection, and giving a boost to privacy advocates in the process. More specifically, European Court of Justice threw… Read More

via EU court rejects data retention law, throwing cold water on UK’s ‘Snooper’s Charter’ — TechCrunch

Backtrace, a debugging startup led by former AppNexus engineers, raises $5M — TechCrunch

Debugging startup Backtrace I/O was launched to solve a real problem that its founders faced when they were engineers at adtech company AppNexus — at least according to Backtrace CEO and co-founder Abel Mathew. Mathew told me Backtrace aims to “solve the process of debugging,” something that most companies tackle by “cobbling together very old,…

via Backtrace, a debugging startup led by former AppNexus engineers, raises $5M — TechCrunch

Yahoo email scan shows U.S. spy push to recast constitutional privacy — VentureBeat

(Reuters) — Yahoo Inc’s secret scanning of customer emails at the behest of a U.S. spy agency is part of a growing push by officials to loosen constitutional protections Americans have against arbitrary governmental searches, according to legal documents and people briefed on closed court hearings. The order on Yahoo from the secret Foreign Intelligence…

via Yahoo email scan shows U.S. spy push to recast constitutional privacy — VentureBeat

Yahoo email scan shows U.S. spy push to recast constitutional privacy — VentureBeat

(Reuters) — Yahoo Inc’s secret scanning of customer emails at the behest of a U.S. spy agency is part of a growing push by officials to loosen constitutional protections Americans have against arbitrary governmental searches, according to legal documents and people briefed on closed court hearings. The order on Yahoo from the secret Foreign Intelligence…

via Yahoo email scan shows U.S. spy push to recast constitutional privacy — VentureBeat

Why we should expect more ransomware attacks in 2017 — VentureBeat

Making cybersecurity predictions about the year ahead is generally an exercise in pessimism. Intrusions will continue, yes. Hacks ain’t going anywhere, for sure. More secrets will leak, no doubt. Just ask the Democratic National Committee, the National Security Agency, Yahoo, or any of the other unnamed organizations that quietly handled their own security “incidents” this…

via Why we should expect more ransomware attacks in 2017 — VentureBeat

U.S. asks foreign travelers to voluntarily disclose social media profiles — VentureBeat

Starting this week, the federal government began asking some travelers to the U.S. to supply details about their social media accounts. As you can see below, Uncle Sam now wants visitors to disclose their presence on popular services like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in what appears to be a long shot attempt to screen for…

via U.S. asks foreign travelers to voluntarily disclose social media profiles — VentureBeat

Singaporean blogger detained by U.S. immigration officials — VentureBeat

(Reuters) – A Singaporean blogger who has stirred controversy in his home country is being detained by U.S. immigration officials, the Department of Homeland Security said on Friday. Amos Yee, 18, who was jailed earlier this year in the Southeast Asian city-state, was stopped by customs agents at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport on Dec. 16…

via Singaporean blogger detained by U.S. immigration officials — VentureBeat

Stanford students are using lean startup principles to help fight ISIS — VentureBeat

The ISIS beheadings of journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff. The radicalization of San Bernardino shooters Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik. The Orlando nightclub massacre. Social media, encrypted messages, or online propaganda from ISIS played a role in these horrific events and countless others like them. Yet Silicon Valley’s approach to combatting ISIS might be compared to a game…

via Stanford students are using lean startup principles to help fight ISIS — VentureBeat

Stanford students are using lean startup principles to help fight ISIS — VentureBeat

The ISIS beheadings of journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff. The radicalization of San Bernardino shooters Syed Farook and Tashfeen Malik. The Orlando nightclub massacre. Social media, encrypted messages, or online propaganda from ISIS played a role in these horrific events and countless others like them. Yet Silicon Valley’s approach to combatting ISIS might be compared to a game…

via Stanford students are using lean startup principles to help fight ISIS — VentureBeat

Another Native-led pipeline battle bubbles up in New Jersey. — Grist

The Ramapough Lunaape Nation has spurred the charge against the proposed 178-mile Pilgrim pipeline, which would transport Bakken crude oil from Albany, New York, to New Jersey’s Linden Harbor. The pipeline would cut through forests and a critical drinking water reservoir. Last week, the town of Mahwah, New Jersey, issued summonses against the Ramapough Lunaape for establishing a…

via Another Native-led pipeline battle bubbles up in New Jersey. — Grist

CIA says Russia intervened to help Trump win White House — VentureBeat

(Reuters) – The CIA has concluded that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help President-elect Donald Trump win the White House, and not just to undermine confidence in the U.S. electoral system, the Washington Post reported on Friday. Citing U.S. officials briefed on the matter, the Post said intelligence agencies had identified individuals with…

via CIA says Russia intervened to help Trump win White House — VentureBeat

Before you invest in a blockchain startup, read this — VentureBeat

GUEST: Blockchain startups are disrupting the VC and fundraising landscape with initial coin offerings (ICOs), a new form of investment that allows blockchain-based projects to raise funds by selling cryptocoins to early investors. As VentureBeat recently covered, this type of fundraise is booming at the moment. ICOs are considered easy money — they’ve raised hundreds…

via Before you invest in a blockchain startup, read this — VentureBeat

Chatbots are the next big cybercrime target — VentureBeat

GUEST: Chatbots are all the rage these days. And it’s no surprise, as they offer a method of frictionless, natural conversation between a brand and its customers, as well as the ability to improve the customer service experience without the need to augment expensive department staff. At this point in time, while the “chat” part…

via Chatbots are the next big cybercrime target — VentureBeat

Here’s how cyber attacks get worse in 2017 — VentureBeat

GUEST: It was speculated 2016 would see even more cybersecurity activity than 2015, and it did not disappoint. Consider the $81 million stolen from Bangladesh Bank, the 500 million accounts swiped from Yahoo, or the 19,000 emails leaked from Democratic Party officials in the run-up to the election. Not to mention the IoT-powered botnets launching…

via Here’s how cyber attacks get worse in 2017 — VentureBeat

U.K. tech leaders propose post-Brexit plan to attract entrepreneurs, workers, and investors — VentureBeat

(Reuters) – London’s standing as Europe’s leading destination for tech start-ups is at risk if the British government does not clarify how it plans to keep the best technical talent, entrepreneurs and investors have warned. In an open letter to Prime Minister Theresa May, nine leading UK-based technology entrepreneurs and investors, including Skype co-founder Niklas…

via U.K. tech leaders propose post-Brexit plan to attract entrepreneurs, workers, and investors — VentureBeat