Sunday, October 11, 2015

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You Won't Hear About This In The Mainstream Media

Ninety days ago Iran and the United States reached a "historic" accord to limit Tehran's nuclear capabilities.  Many at the time said the agreement wasn't worth the paper it was written on.

Israel's prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the leaders of Saudi Arabia warned against the deal.  The White House ignored the warnings and went forward with the negotiations anyway.  After the deal was reached, a group of nearly 200 retired generals and admirals from the US military sent a letter to Congress urging lawmakers to reject the Iran nuclear agreement.  Congress ignored the warnings and approved the deal. 

Today, in direct violation of the July 14 agreement, Iran tested a new precision-guided ballistic missile.

That didn't take long.        

By Faith

Thursday, October 8, 2015

This Is Cool Stuff

So, you think the camera in your smartphone is top of the line?  Think again.  This technology may not be in a smartphone yet, but it will be soon...

The L16 part of the name has to do with the 16 different lenses that this start-up company has packed into the camera. Each of these lenses captures a picture using different focal lengths, the data from which is then combined to form one detailed 52-megapixel image. Five of the sensors come with the equivalent focal length of a 35mm, five at 70mm and the remaining six are 150 mm. Even more impressive is the fact that this additional image data allows for photographers to adjust a picture’s depth of field, focus and exposure even after it has been taken. The Light L16 comes with a selection of other features too. The range of camera focal lengths allows for a high-quality zoom, rather than a basic digital zoom. The L16 also comes with WiFi built in, which allows photographers to share their images straight from the camera or quickly transfer them over the air to a PC. It can also be used to shoot 4K video and runs an Android operating system. Best of all, this technology all fits into a device that is only marginally bulkier than a Nexus 6 smartphone.

Thursday, October 1, 2015


Imagine being a delegate to the United Nations sitting in your chair earlier today and listening to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu make the following remarks. Then imagine being a Jew living in Israel listening to these remarks. Then imagine being a citizen of the United States whose government is proud of negotiating and signing a nuclear arms deal with Iran...