Lots of stuff is flying around the world at the moment. Let's ask The Committee for insight, in addition to the current post below.
I ask about 3 things:
Q: Esteemed Committee, a three-piece question: 1. Will Trump be charged? 2. if so indicted and if yes 3. exonerated?
C: As the situation now stands, Trump will not be charged. What is already being considered by the federal court but cannot be publicly discussed yet, is how the intrusion was timed to occur when Mr. Trump would be travelling. Current and former US presidents face permanent personal threats of assassination, receiving lifetime protection from the US Secret Service because of this. These protectors would under no circumstances allow police to enter the house without prior arrangements and agreements, no matter what court permission the federal police would provide during a surprise, unannounced entry. Sophisticated assassins could easily forge false documents, use faked vehicles and wear proper uniforms as disguises. The problem USA federal prosecutors face is seizure of prohibited personal records, which will cause the court to invalidate all things taken. The federal police believed Trump would have opportunity to move evidence beyond their reach, had they attempted to prior coordinate their visit with the US Secret Service. Their removal of personal records unrelated to their objective will arise as the problem.
Q: Given the several challenges facing the United Kingdom at the moment, is the new Prime Minister going to achieve improvements large enough and soon enough to satisfy the British citizenry?
C: No. Higher fuel prices and price inflation now sweeping across the United Kingdom were caused by decisions both not easily or quickly reversed and also beyond the control of 10 Downing Street. As we have explained many a time on these pages, the ability of governments to manage crises is much more limited than most citizens of such governments consider. The ability of a government to inflict difficulties is much larger than capability to cure. This will become more and more obvious in the UK and in the USA in the coming months and next year, and around the world.
Q: If an invading army can go where it wants when it decides, I consider that a good definition of being conquered. Inside Ukraine, this is the situation for the Russian Army. When are things going to slow down, that military action stops?
C: Russian occupying military forces will remain inside Ukraine permanently; a good portion of the current Ukrainian military force will be taken over by Russia. Military hostility will taper off as Ukranian forces continue to be reduced. Russia does not want to destroy Ukraine; it wants to re-incorporate it into the reborn CCCP now named the Russian Federation.
Two good inquiries of late:
The Committee said: "You incarnated to largely forget about such things, in order to remember yourself, remember what you are, then to apply these remembrances to your incarnated lives."
Could The Committee give us examples of "these remembrances" we apply to our incarnated lives?
Great question, simple answers. Here are three, sayeth The Committee:
After reading posts on the past, present and future, how can one change the past? I get that there is no “real” past because of the explanation of the spokes and time only being perceived on Earth, but how can one change the past?
A choice 40 years ago made life unfold but one day I conclude it was wrong, I should have gone with decision 2 instead of 1. Now I want to change that but obviously can’t; that was 40 years ago.
Can you clarify what is meant by changing the past?
Responds The Committee:
"First you must choose your location for this change; on Earth at this point along the human calendar in this body? Your decision to incarnate this time 'round:
You wish to change course. This is easy; humans call it reincarnation. What you are suggesting is to convert a bicycle into a truck, or a motorcycle into a jet ski. The raw materials of the one vehicle can be used to create another much different one, but the bicycle will disappear when a truck is created from the bike's materials.
When you revert forty human years to change course then, at that point before, you must also enlist the agreement of the participants along the way, both the ones who will not benefit from your interactions with them over the four decades since and also new interaction participants with whom you will have the new experiences over the decades.
If a current human life unfolded over the most recent four decades without significant or material interactions with other humans, no desire would now arise to revert then follow another path.
That you ask how this might be done means you should not and would not ever do it; your four-decade experience has been fantastically wonderful for you, and wonderfully fantastic also. The greatest sign that a life aboard Earth has been achieved to a level of near perfection, is the sensation of considering what a course change decades ago would have produced for you today.
You are deeply admired, awed and celebrated in Heaven for your stunning achievement. That you might not consider it an achievement to have accomplished such a pinnacle of success, is evidence ̶ even proof ̶ that you have.”
I screwed up; the proper video is above (left) but the one I did post "inspired" good comments & discussion. (Pun intended.)
I'll never remember the reader's name but remain grateful to for suggesting YooToob channel Inspired which I randomly & haphazardly visit. In the episode above, David Icke discusses sinister influences upon mankind coming from what he calls the fourth and fifth dimensions, the dimensional border being the speed of light. Mr Icke also offers closely related information.
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A reader asks:
Concerning the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, from technical and economic points-of-view:
On a related but different topic:
3. Does future microchip technology vastly surpass current technology in a matter of 10 to 20 years?
More precisely, will it be able to cram in a small area a much higher number of transistors than currently used (it seems that we can produce in the near future, chips with 300 million transistors per square millimeter) or create new types of architectures much more efficient, create quantum computing chips able to solve in almost no time very complex and difficult computational problems?
"Much higher" means adding a factor of at least one million times higher transistor density (which would be 300 billion transistors per square mm) or a chip 10.000 times faster in solving the same computational problem.
There is an interesting empirical law in the microprocessor industry, called first Moore's Law, which estimated that transistor density in a given chip area would double each 10 years. Historical data have demonstrated this law was pretty much conservative. We were able to reach much higher densities in 50 years than the value predicted.
4. Is there a hard limit to the chip density based on silicon technology? is it near our current limits, or have we much more improvements to reach?
5. Will such high tech and high energy intensive industry be maintained in the next future (10 to 50 years)? My impression is that our economies will not be able to support it... At least at the levels we are currently used.
Respondeth The Committee:
1. No. There will be no degradation, gradual or sudden, in Russian military capability caused by microchip shortages. Russia has done the same as have many nations, with its military supplies, equipment & materials. Stockpiled or stored sufficient parts, components, materials & equipment to maintain operations for considerable time. The precise duration of this capability depends on several factors: offensive or defensive action, distance from Russia's borders, intensity of attacker or defensive response. The general view taken by Russia's military planners is, less than latest technology equipment which works reliably is much better than the most recent technology which does not work.
The secondary challenge to the sanctions is disobedience. The manufacturers of miniature electronic components are not pleased with the idea that punishing Russia means they should likewise suffer economically. They see themselves as no different than a steel producer being blamed for the way a tank is used, made from the raw material the steel producer supplies. Accordingly, they will find a way around the sanctions relatively easily. The attempts to restrict commerce between Russia and suppliers outside its borders are for appearances, they are relatively or very easily circumvented.
2. See our answer to No. 1
3. This depends upon your definition of "vastly" but we shall say this; first will come advances in calculation or operational speed, then shall come miniaturization. Microchips are already very small and represent no impediment to equipment they are used to control. As known by many engineers involved in design and operation of microprocessor-controlled equipment, the challenge is not size but temperature, thus temperature controls, such as used in computer server rooms, or designs which both separate and insulate microprocessor-controlled circuits are employed.
4. Yes. There is a far higher limit to chip density and capacity, however it must employ a material other than silicon. Using silicon still offers improvements, at a lower capacity and speed, however the current effort thus costs required to achieve material performance improvements, would not currently be viable commercially. As a comparison we suggest quartz crystal wristwatch accuracy. One such device which achieves accuracy of ten or twenty seconds per month is considered inexpensive. It will operate reliably for a decade or longer. A device which achieves accuracy inside several seconds per year can cost eighty or one hundred times as much. Emotional perception, and the aura of fine jewelry finishing, create the attraction for the more accurate device. In commercial use, performance is the main and often sole consideration.
5. Double yes. Advances will always continue, even if consumer demand shrinks. It is true expanding demand will create economic opportunity which almost immediately attracts innovation, if of lesser intensity or vigor. Nevertheless, as economic metamorphosis unfolds across mankind, the desire to expand technological advances will grow, not shrink. Bear in mind, your extraterrestrial cousins are keen to share insights and to provide hints, where doing so will not become interference. The hope is that enough humans will actively request knowledge and advice, including for technology, and then delivery of such assistance will not be interference. Smaller then increasingly larger things can be offered, always according to human request.
As Earth passes through phases of physical changes, some humans among you aware of alien extraterrestrials will attempt to blame visitors to Earth for events. This silliness will however serve a purpose; others who do not share that view will give more attention to the topic. Among these observers will be a minority at first then growing quickly larger, people who see the illogic; why would visitors to Earth cause geophysical events and upheaval when they could instead, much more easily attack humans and also take from you and from the planet itself, whatever they liked?
The general acceptance of the existence of visitors to Earth will bring forward initially small but then growing groups of humans who will inquire of these visitors about technologies.
Microprocessor chip and other technologies, such as medical, will benefit in many ways.