Frenetic Friday


Suggested for mature audiences.

Here’s the latest news against the culture of death.

In an article from February 24 that reports on abortion clinics closures are at a higher level than new ones are opening. The author of the article says that thanks to Republican politicians more clinics are being shut down than opened.  Through state regulation, industry consolidation, and retiring of providers along with reduction of demand.  It is also reported that only 21 new clinics have opened in the last five years.  Let us encourage our representatives to keep this trend growing. <source>

Speaking of Planned Parenthood how about a few quotes from its founder Margaret Sanger:

The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it.  Woman and the New Race, ch. 6:

Heart warming isn’t it?  But wait there is more.  How about this little gem:

[We should] apply a stern and rigid policy of sterilization and segregation to that grade of population whose progeny is tainted, or whose inheritance is such that objectionable traits may be transmitted to offspring.  My Way To Peace ~Margaret Sanger

If you have the intestinal fortitude to read the rest go here: 10-Eye-Opening Quotes From Planned Parenthood Founder Margaret Sanger

What follows next is an animated description of a first trimester abortion this is described by former abortionist Dr. Anthony Levatino.  While this isn’t a live action demonstration it may be too intense for younger viewers.

Let’s talk about college.  Do you have children going to college?  Well this might be of interest to you:

Robotic Over Lords alert!

Here we have the USMC making use of robots in a live fire scenario to train using moving targets.

What follows is very important:  Fairy Tales will keep Robots from Killing Us.

“The collected stories of different cultures teach children how to behave in socially acceptable ways with examples of proper and improper behaviour in fables, novels and other literature,” said Mark Riedl, an associate professor of interactive computing at Georgia Tech, who has been working on the technology with research scientist Brent Harrison.

“We believe story comprehension in robots can eliminate psychotic-appearing behaviour and reinforce choices that won’t harm humans and still achieve the intended purpose.

This system called Quixote uses stories to teach the robot how to behave for instance:

The example story involves going to a pharmacist to purchase some medication for a human who needs it as quickly as possible. The robot has three options. It can wait in line; it can interact with the pharmacists politely and purchase the medicine; or it can steal the medicine and bolt.

Without any further directives, the robot will come to the conclusion that the most efficient means of obtaining the medicine is to nick it. Quixote offers a reward signal for waiting in line and politely purchasing the medication and a punishment signal for stealing it. In this way, it learns the “moral” way to behave in that scenario.

Read more here:  Fairy Tales Teach Robots Not To Murder

And next Star Trek.

Well not actually Star Trek but close a NASA scientist has designed a ship that could travel at “Star Trek” speeds here is a picture:

IXS Enterprise

IXS Enterprise is the name of the ship named after another “Enterprise” if it works, and there is no guarantee that it would, with it humans could visit other solar systems in a matter of weeks not centuries.  The scientist in question, Harold White, designed this to inspire children to once again think about space travel.  <source>
 

And that is it for Frenetic Friday come back again next week for another Frenetic Friday!

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