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TEDxAsheville – Eustace Conway – Traditional Lifestyles of the 21st Century
Naturalist Eustace Conway, subject of a biography by “Eat Pray Love” author Elizabeth Gilbert, has lived off the land since he was a teenager. Here he shares insight from a life lived close to a deeper reality most of us hide from.
Ever since the beginning of Barack Obama’s first term we have been saturated with propaganda that attempts to portray the conservative movement as an extreme threat to the nation. Returning war veterans, Evangelicals, pro-lifers, constitutionalists, gun rights activists and anyone else who essentially disagrees with the liberal agenda have been labeled as potential terrorists in a document entitled Right wing Extremism
Soros-funded left-wing anarcho-terrorists plotting to SABOTAGE Trump and overthrow the Republic: Dave Hodges releases urgent interview with Mike Adams
Dave Hodges from The Commonsense Show interviewed me a few days ago about how the radical violent left plans to destroy the coming Trump administration and overthrow the Republic to put their own criminal cronies into power.
The shocking ingredients in flu vaccines
The push for widespread flu vaccination is something that happens year after year. In fact, it seems as though the mainstream medical community is becoming even more demanding and aggressive about their vaccination agenda than ever before. Just this past September…
AI takeover: Google’s ‘DeepMind’ platform can learn and think on it’s own without human input
Deep learning, as explained by tech journalist Michael Copeland on Blogs.nvidia.com, is the newest and most powerful computational development thus far. It combines all prior research in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning. At its most fundamental level, Copeland explains, deep learning uses algorithms to peruse massive amounts of data, and then learn from that data to make decisions or predictions.