Interview 1499 - New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

12/06/201946 Comments

Welcome back to New World Next Week – the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news. This week:

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Story #1: Russia’s $400 Billion Pipeline Project Launched

What Happens If Russia Cuts Itself Off From the Internet

What Did #ExxonKnew and When Did They Knew It? – Question For Corbett #048

Story #2: Mobile Phone Usage Tied to Facial Recognition Under New Chinese Law

China’s Orwellian Social Media Police

Here Are More US Tech Giants Propping Up China's Vast Surveillance State

Story #3: Scientists Say Artificial Wombs Could Replace Women


Flashback: Artificial Womb Helps Premature Lamb Fetuses Grow for 4 Weeks (Apr. 26, 2016)

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  1. Duck says:

    Hmn… will they fit sex robots with artificial wombs and then sue clients for child support?

  2. zed says:

    I doubt this will ever work as planned. Just look at all the unexpected outcomes of genetically modified organisms.

    Modern “science” tends to focus on specific details and not how whole systems interconnect and function. There are so many unknown or overlooked aspects to how natural systems function (i.e., chaos theory) that these attempts at replication or replacements for nature are doomed to fail. In other words, these artificial “wombs” can function in the specific ways that the article details but it’s unlikely that they will able to actively replace actual functioning biological wombs. There will likely be unforeseen consequences of this technology which will probably lead to mutations, defects and/or any other disastrous results.

    No matter how hard these people try, they will likely never be able to replace/control nature/God/the Tao/whatever you want to call it.

    • herrqlys says:

      I’m in general agreement with all that you say, but I think of the thousands of biological research labs as proving grounds. The research grants come with a purpose, and those purposes could very well be coordinated by tight policy groups funded by the wealthiest people on the planet.

      Despite the rapid dissemination of new findings via the internet there will be a process of containement of some sort. Totally privately-funded labs will generate the kinds of things that matter most to the sponsors. All the rest is razzle dazzle to attract public donations by those hoping for a public cure, or whatever.

      At the moment the huge pharmaceutical concerns are more interested in continuing the gravy train, to underwrite the very real findings that benefit only the few, while steering clear of an outright cure that would stop the funds flow. A cure is of limited financial benefit to a corporation or a group of corporations. A neverending demand for the best band-aid of the day will be preferred, to keep the donations gravy train flowing.

      Incidentally, I notice the rosy cheeks and smooth skin of some “special” nonagenarians (eg. Henry Kissinger) and others in a suspected select group. George Soros must not be part of the in-crowd 🙂

      It is also rumoured that a cure for some types of cancer has been discovered, but – you guessed it – the benefits are withheld for only the ubermenschen.

    • herrqlys says:

      I just wanted to conclude my remarks with a few items on the subject that would have muddled what I wanted to say in the last post.

      The trials and errors during hundreds of millions of years of evolution have provided the successful living organisms of today with a structural sophistication that includes robustness and adaptability. It will be hard to appreciate the complexities after having only 1 or 2 centuries of rigorous scientific method. The depth and breadth of scientific discovery has been awesome over the last 50-60 years but that time factor alone weighs heavily against a full understanding.

      When I became a father to three children I believed that they should be breastfed for as long as possible. I couldn’t accept that the new science of store-shelf baby formula would have all the time release nutrients and trace enzymes that fresh mother’s milk would.

      I’m very interested in brain structure and its biochemistry as these subjects are at the centre of what we are as conscious, sentient beings.

      I’m also more interested than ever about human embryology because the nuances of developmental pathways can have colossal impact on subsequent childhood development. What do we know, for example, about the possible use of short-term scaffolding in fetal development? Looking at a final protein product it would be hard to reverse engineer a process that used such scaffolding.

    • mkey says:

      Two thoughts.

      One. I wodun’t think the robot overlords in Matrix(TM) would be particularly interested in life expectancy of their batteries. The process seemed efficient and replacements plentiful. These beings would be the zenith of transhumanism; a creature created from the very first moment with a specific intent in mind using a very specific recipe. It would be all just matter of finding that optimal DNA blueprint. If they were to be used as unthinking slaves in dangerous scenarios slight defects, disorders or propensity to some afflictions wouldn’t be that important. As long as they had a life expectancy that was easy to estimate. If they would be made unaware of what they really are and were expected to join the consumerist rat race, then these faults would make them an even better product, one that is always in need of assistance and medication, a good consumer.

      Two. In a less grim scenario and following the line of how these other problem-reaction-solution trifecta come to be, people brought into the world through these means would have only their genes, heinous organisms or malignant growth of unknown origin to blame. Nobody would doubt the unnatural process of gestation as a possible source. Just as nobody is allowed to doubt what is injected directly into the bloodstream just as they are clamoring for environmental causes for common afflictions. The process would simply need to more refined and an all encompassing vaccine could be administered. No testing needed, they would just iron out the creases later.

  3. herrqlys says:

    Duck says: “…will *they* fit sex robots with artificial wombs…?”

    Let’s consider for a moment just who *they* are. I read an article posted just the other day that went into the abyss of ownerhip in the US health care system – all the way up through the vertical integration of this bloated system.

    The findings were jarring and exposed the oligarchal nature of the US “free market” that we’re always told about. It didn’t take much thought to then imagine that the very same sort of oligarchal control of the health care system would be parallelled thoughout the economy.

    The corporate matrix of cross-shareholding and cross-directorates is obfuscated enough to give the illusion of public ownership through the stock markets. It is probably the same throughout the world. The stark fact is that only one or two score or so of obscenely wealthy families own our world.

    • manbearpig says:

      “…The Big Three investors – BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street – alone constitute the largest shareholder in 88% of S&P 500 firms, which roughly correspond to America’s 500 largest corporations. Both BlackRock and Vanguard are among the top five shareholders of almost 70% of America’s largest 2,000 publicly traded corporations.

      Blackrock had as of 2016 $6.2 trillion worth of assets under management, Vanguard $5.1 trillion, whereas State Street has dropped to a distant third with only $1 trillion in assets. This compares with a total market capitalization of US stocks according to Russell 3000 of $30 trillion at end of 2017 (From 2016 to 2017, the Big Three has of course also put on assets). Blackrock and Vanguard would then alone own more than one-third of all US publicly listed shares.

      From an expanded sample that includes the 3,000 largest publicly listed corporations (Russell 3000 index), the same few institutions owned (2016) about 78% of the equity…”

      Holy cash cow!

      (grateful for the part about Obamacare, also!)

      • mik says:

        Holy crap, looks very ugly, written down facts about the status of monopoly capitalism. It’s not neo-liberal crony or whatever, it’s obvious, it’s monopoly capitalism.

        Funny, progressives would like to tax them fairly.

        What about a demand to publish a list with names of owners, natural persons, and their shares?

        It’s always, every corporate person has owner, but at the end, actually at the beginning, it is a natural person.
        Surveillance state could once be useful for common interest, we should know who are the leeches that leech us.


        regarding the discussion we had sometime ago

        I posted there but probably you missed….Goedel theorem lectures in three parts, explanation, consequences, implications on other fields of science. First two are MUST SEE as The Century of Self. Dense and thick food for mind.
        Third part is Goedel as human, he as a scientist.

        • manbearpig says:

          Hey Mik!

          Institute for Advanced Studies, Princeton: How provocative! The heart of the deep state, John Dulles was alumni and Noam Chomsky was there from 1958-59,, von Neumann, Morgenstern, Oppenheimer… Will watch your video now as France is on strike…classes cancelled…

          • manbearpig says:

            Whoa… Neumann, Morgenstern, Openheimer…justement…
            just finished the first of the three… chronic incompleteness…the human condition… why will we always need new axioms? because nature is perfectly imperfect and thus eternally and transformatively rushing forward…


            Time for part two, quick before rushing out to cater to business English needs…

            • mik says:

              I wasn’t aware of all these people being at IAS.

              I see lectures as a proof that technocracy can’t deliver its promises, no way. Well, it’s not a rigorous proof, but I think this question is probably undecidable mathematically, well not for intuition.

              “why will we always need new axioms? ”

              You can’t get completeness with adding more axioms as I understand. Actually very few axioms, very simple “theory”, very few rules, or very few values (or very few terminal goals in AI parlance) might get us un-contradictory completeness or something very close.

              ….and now a week of internet fasting for me, my hamster wheel is calling….

            • CQ says:

              Unlike mbp, I haven’t yet checked out Mik’s offering, but when I saw mbp’s mention of the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS), it set off Rockefeller-related alarm bells in my head.

              A quick (or quack?) duckduckgo search for IAS + Flexner assured me that it wasn’t a false alarm:

              Those of us who have watched Corbett’s “How Big Oil Conquered the World” are familiar with The Flexner Report: Scrolling down to Part III of the Big Oil transcript, we find, for starters:

              “In 1901, John D. established the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research. The Institute recruited Simon Flexner, a pathology professor at the University of Pennsylvania, to serve as its director. His brother, Abraham, was an educator who was contracted by the Carnegie Foundation to write a report on the state of the American medical education system. His study, The Flexner Report, along with the hundreds of millions of dollars that the Rockefeller and Carnegie Foundations were to shower on medical research in the coming years, resulted in a sweeping overhaul of the American medical system. Naturopathic and homeopathic medicine, medical care focused on un-patentable, uncontrollable natural remedies and cures was now dismissed as quackery; only drug-based allopathic medicine requiring expensive medical procedures and lengthy hospital stays was to be taken seriously.”

              After listening to NWNW’s third story, it occurred to me to add: “. . . only drug-based allopathic medicine [including mandatory artificial wombs to produce all human and nonhuman beings] . . . [is] to be taken seriously.”

              • Mintaka says:

                And Rockefeller is just working for his masters (using their capital).

                I think we need to get away from this hero / villain syndrome.
                This is what we’re being indoctrinated with. These industrial “heroes” that supposedly created these mega, global corporations out of nothing, with their bare hands. All in a very short space of time. You can go back to Rockefeller or to someone like Musk today where we are supposed to believe this narrative.
                It’s the same with the villain.
                We’re supposed to believe that these villains and their (terror) organizations spring up out of nothing, turning themselves into global threats in a matter of weeks or months.

                Yet, when you trace it all back, it’s the same cabal that’s behind both.
                The populace likes to have their heroes, and their villains, makes for a good comic, manga story as well as the daily MSM news.
                I’m perhaps generalizing too much, but the 𝒓𝒆𝒂𝒍 heroes – or villains for that matter – are the ones you never hear about.
                Or, as mentioned before, in the current MSM environment, the two have been reversed.

                We need to get over it.

              • CQ says:

                Well said, Mintaka. Thank you for the good reminder. I don’t want to fall into the trap of worshiping or fearing or scorning or being fooled by mammon, whether visible (Rockefeller, Musk) or invisible (?? ??).

              • mik says:


                why are you mentioning Flexner??
                He is not lecturer in videos.

                Do you want to say that everything IAS has done is bad?

                Lectures I proposed are the best stuff in category must see, although they are produced by the “enemy”.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      That is a very long article ( ).
      I need to do some homework to check out the validity of the astounding excerpts which ManBearPig caught…

      “…The Big Three investors – BlackRock, Vanguard and State Street – alone constitute the largest shareholder in 88% of S&P 500 firms, which roughly correspond to America’s 500 largest corporations. Both BlackRock and Vanguard are among the top five shareholders of almost 70% of America’s largest 2,000 publicly traded corporations.

      Blackrock had as of 2016 $6.2 trillion worth of assets under management, Vanguard $5.1 trillion, whereas State Street has dropped to a distant third with only $1 trillion in assets. This compares with a total market capitalization of US stocks according to Russell 3000 of $30 trillion at end of 2017 (From 2016 to 2017, the Big Three has of course also put on assets). Blackrock and Vanguard would then alone own more than one-third of all US publicly listed shares.

      From an expanded sample that includes the 3,000 largest publicly listed corporations (Russell 3000 index), the same few institutions owned (2016) about 78% of the equity…”

  4. alexandre says:

    For anyone interested in, and that didn’t “watch” already, the Huxley lecture James talks about at the end, here it is.
    Not recommended for musicians or artists with big sensibilities. I could listen to only half an hour before almost shooting my computer with a bazuca.

    Incidentally, James, it’s “ultimate” AND “final” revolution – or in his accent “revoliooshion”. The cretin uses both. If anyone can convince me he wasn’t one of the bastards that turned this planet into the technocratic inferno it’s becoming, please. I’m not sure what James means by “insider”, if it also means he was an active devout apostle, even though he seems to be only an educated observer, casually writing down in his notebook the decibels expelled by a guy having his testicles removed with a cork-screw.

    John Cleese should have included Huxley speaking in his series “How to Irritate People”. How interesting it is to conclude that 20% of the 50% of people suffering pains after opereishions that wére administ’d placiiibo did feel an iffect and the percentage of the mágnitudes of the iatrogenic administreishion of the…..F@*!!**K!. Excuse me, giving placebo to someone in pain in a hospital as an experiment? And you find that “interesting”?

    And whatever literary experts say, as a book Brave New World is a boring piece of shit only well promoted. Don’t tell me this guy was “a writer”, please.

    Now, it’s weird that Technocracy seems to believe that IT is THE answer to what Huxley calls “demagogues and dictators”. So you build the psychotic society of his Brave New Shit as a “solution” to the terrors of say Nazi Germany?? Is that what they truly believe(d)? Huxley was probably genetically created himself.

    Bergman’s “The Serpent’s Egg” came to mind, don’t know why. That’s a good one to remember as well – a piece of art done by a normal human being, born from a normal woman.

    I have to vomit now.

  5. NES says:

    Two things: JEP’s remark paraphrsed, “it’s like they are working 50-yrs out…” They are. The US works a minimum of 50-yrs ahead of the current timeline to identify and capture resources that keep the State in control. Anyone employed in secret positions with very high-level clearances (not just TS clearance) know this as a fact.

    The artificial womb has been coming for a very long time, as JC noted many times over the years and Huxley wrote about, specifically. My heart hurts to think of the testing phases. What will surely occur in countries like China where the people are compliant, no governors are put on the State at all and humans have no worth except as stock to be used by the State is enormous misuse of the concept. How many human babies will be grown then simply thrown away because they didn’t gestate as desired? OR even after birth these babies could be identified as not fitting into the State’s framework of need/profit therefore they get terminated? They will be treated just as corporate testing animals are treated today in the USA. Both are sickening thoughts.

  6. mik says:

    Special edition, yeeee, Brave NWNW.

    Two stories particularly resonated with me, I’ve heard similar recently.

    Not so new story, Big Brother is coming to Serbia, just one border line away from me. Huawei is building Safe City Solution in Belgrade.

    from study (worth reading): Huawei Safe City Solution, Safeguards Serbia

    “To date, Huawei has deployed Safe City systems in 230 cities for more than 90 national or regional governments. The Huawei Enterprise Business Group proposed a comprehensive solution to meet the MOI’s requirements, which included Huawei Intelligent Video Surveillance (IVS) systems, Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), eLTE broadband trunking technology, unified data centers, and converged command centers.”

    CBS ends its article with words from activist Ivana Markulic.

    “We are asking: Where are the cameras, where are they hidden, how much did we pay for them and what’s going to happen with information collected after this surveillance?”

    WTF !!
    What kind of drivel is this???
    She should say, “Balkan way” of saying (hard to translate): “Go to “the place of your inception” with this fucking crap!!!!”

    She is from Crta, NGO. Surprise, usual suspects among donors.
    Mf controlled opposition.

    I think this is crash test. I know Balkans, first hand experience, here is national sport to cheat the state…. my conjecture: If They succeed in Serbia, then you can be pretty sure it will work elsewhere.
    Will report about resistance, not like the above, no doubt.

    • Mintaka says:

      Yes, concrete signs of the elite’s move from West to East. They moved their HQ already, probably several decades ago. Now they’re moving the capital and assets. Their bankster dollars now going into tech companies and projects in that part of the planet (Huawei, Samsung, OBOR, etc.) while at the same time bankrupting their former base by engaging it in endless costly wars.

      Funny isn’t it how Huawei’s origin also lies in the military, not unlike just about any tech company you can name in the West.
      This is no coincidence.
      Ultimately, these companies are all controlled by the same elite. China itself is controlled by that same elite, and has been for decades. Think British Opium war. This same opoid war is now waged on the West.

      Again, what’s the common thread that ties all of this together?

      • manbearpig says:

        Like Jakin and Boaz of Saruman’s, I mean Solomon’s temple,

        if it wasn’t all so horrific there would be something almost morbidly poetic about the steel of the twin towers, the Commercial Mecca of the Old World, being sent like furies in the night to China, to be melted down and reerected as the twin pillars of the New World Order HQ.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      mik says: “here is national sport to cheat the state”.

      I think that is becoming the norm everywhere.
      Just Wednesday, I gave my attorney an envelope full of cash. That is how he wanted payment for doing some of my “old people type” documents.

  7. mik says:

    Artificial Wombs

    Campaign to provide customers is well on the way.

    At the beginning of 70′ a book was published:
    The Dialectic of Sex: The Case for Feminist Revolution

    from wikipedia:

    “The Dialectic of Sex is a feminist classic. Mary Anne Warren described it in 1980 as “the clearest and boldest presentation thus far of the radical feminist position”

    “The end of the sex-class system must mean the end of the biological family, that is, the end of women’s biological reproductive role through artificial means of gestation.”

    • mkey says:

      That tied in snugly. The last bastion holding feminism back. Makes perfect sense. It’s either in-vitro or that or the De Vito-Schwarzenegger “Junior” type of spiel.

  8. Mintaka says:

    What if all of this isn’t coming, but is already here? And has been for a while?
    They’re letting the truth trickle out, now desire it to become public knowledge, so it can be commercialized.

    As was commented before, some of those technocratic mouth-pieces such as Bezos/Thiel/Gates/Musk almost seem like clones of ane another.
    As if they were not only gestated in their artificial womb (now trickled out to the public), but also injected with a personality (not quite ready yet to let that one out of the bag of technocracy-tricks).

    Yep, really out on a limb here.
    manbearpig, keep your coffee in the cup and keyboard/monitor/nose clean…. 🙂

  9. Mintaka says:

    How will the commercial terms work for the artificial womb?
    Charged per successful gestation? Charged per hour, day, month?
    Will twins be optional at additional charge? Triplets?
    No charge if gestation fails or is below agreed terms?
    Man, the stinking lawyers will have a field day.

    What used to be some doctor/hospital visits for the expectant couple is now turned into a chargeable item from start to finish.
    Mother Nature need not apply (since the natural way isn’t chargeable).

    Oh, the money to be made.

    • CQ says:

      “Oh, the money to be made.”

      Yup, Mintaka. Directly underneath the Big Oil transcript quote cited in my reply to mbp above, Corbett excerpts the last three minutes of G. Edward Griffin’s talk titled “The Money Takeover of Medicine”:

      • generalbottlewasher says:

        CQ; hope you are well! Please forgive me for kicking the old snake-oil salesman around some. This supportive story out of Washington DC. In the Berkshire Hathaway Media Paper today,
        headline ” Prescription drug costs down.”
        ” Prices for perscription drugs edged down by { get this }
        1% last year, a rare result driven by declines for generics and slow, low growth in the cost of brand-name medications, the government said Thursday.
        Though modest, it was the first price drop in 45 years, 45 YEARS!!
        At which time they had dropped in 1973 by { a whopping } 0.02% !!!”

        SO!!! Big Pharma has suffered a price decline in over 45 years of 1.02 % G.Ed Griffin wasn’t fooling around . Monopoly capitolism at its worst. I hope its a sign, People are finally getting their act together.

        • CQ says:


          Didja know {I didn’t ’til now, or maybe once did but had forgotten} that these fancy-dancy brackets are called curly brackets or squiggly brackets or braces {hmmm, suspenders?}. When used electronically, they’re also known as {hugs}! Do inverted hugs }…{ mean “go away, get out of here”?

          Anyway, thanks to you, {gbw!}, I now know I can afford to buy }false farma’s{ reduced-price snake-oil products, should I, in a moment of insanity, succumb to the belief that such viper-like concoctions, contrived and connived by TPTPTBBANW&NWB — }the powers that pretend to be, but aren’t, never were, and never will be{ — would somehow be beneficial. 🙂

  10. laugh says:

    Holy shit! Next will be the Anthrax bombs.

  11. cooly says:

    Responding to herrqlys, CQ, alexandre-

    I read something recently about how a few people who have discovered natural, unpatentable cures and tried to disseminate the information have been suicided or otherwise silenced. I don’t have further details, or know the veracity of that. It’s just a short something I read, but it fits the paradigm, doesn’t it.
    alexandre- Good John Cleese reference. Funny. Something he said recently on his Twitter-

    “You have to be slightly intelligent to realize you are not very intelligent.”

    That’s irrelevant to this thread, but it’s a good quote, I think.

    • alexandre says:

      Yeah, Cleese, the fudy duddy (?) establishment idiot, is really unbeatable. He explains that one to Eric Idle in a conversation ( and it’s great to see Idle’s reaction.

      No problem that it’s irrelevant. Everything I say is probably irrelevant to the threads.

      Cures? It’s a joke. Royal R. Rife cured cancer in 1932, witnessed by the NY medical establishment of the time, with headlines on newspapers and so on. And? No one even heard of him. I don’t remember even Corbett talking about him. Or Hoxey. Hemp oil? Ayahuasca? When you look a bit deeper you understand that the planet is almost made of cures for everything so the really hard to grasp part is how in the hell they convinced everyone that “medicine” means chemical industry. My neighbor has some Indian (indigenous, not that he is from India) blood and he knows, almost by osmosis, what every plant is good for. You have even leaves for washing your hands. It’s ridiculous, and really horrible to see everyone, while on this health free paradise, drowning in the chemical satanic ocean – and giving all their money to these demonic salesmen who should be hung by the balls and incinerated on the public square with Mussorgsky playing in the background, not that I’m inciting violence or anything.

  12. cooly says:


    Yea, Cleese is an old dude now. He said something though that I can relate to. When you get old you say whatever you want because you just don’t give a fuck anymore. Who you might offend. Who cares. And yes, he is an establishment statist, but I will forgive him for that, because he is John Cleese.
    And as far as all the fantasy executions go, maybe the background music could be played by Glenn Gould. Humming to himself the whole time. Playing something aggressive.

    • alexandre says:

      Of course, Cleese can do or be anything. Python had such a deep influence on me that he’s one of the … I don’t know, Gods? – men beyond words or criticism. I just hate to see these guys talking politics, because they have no idea. The most I saw was Eric Idle in that video talking about a book about how powerful Ruppert Murdock is. Imagine talking 911 with these guys. But they’re beyond anything and I’ll admire them to my death. My father was of the same mind without knowing. He did sketches with a friend in Argentina in the 50s that were just like Python (before they knew Python – actually before Python existed), including funny walks, so there’a something deep (and universal) about that sort of creativity. That is central to me, so Cleese is “one of those”. O envy them to death.

      Yes, Gould. Just saw a documentary about him. Very sad. I envy him as well. I envy everybody I think.

  13. asavetmd says:

    The Exogenisis that Huxley has in BNW presumes the Uni-Polar World Government of the Cecil Rhodes/Rothschild pipedream which is not in the cards. The Future is the Multi-Polar World. It could happen in the Ultra-Liberal craziness of the USA but it would never happen in Russia because Orthodox Christianity is too embedded in the Culture. Japan would certainly fall for it, China maybe. The USA doesn’t have any Cultural identity except for Exceptionalism and being sore losers. It is something the Millenials and Gen Zs will definitely fall for.

  14. mkey says:

    What has been left unspoken but is certainly is sight is not birthing of babies via these artificial means, but birthing of fully developed adults. The sooner they can be grown, the better. Just imagine all the expelled nutrients when the child takes a few decades to grow. All the broken hearts, all the wasted laughs, all of those fleeting moments while you try to find a pair of eyes staring back at you would be rendered superfluous.

    Traumatic childhood? Check.
    No vacancies in good schools? Check.
    Uncomfortable buss rides? Check.
    Inconvenient pets that need to be cared for even if they are not that cute anymore? Check.
    Not allowed to drink before 18 years old? Check.

    Childhood is so yesterday.

  15. mkey says:

    ‘It Knows When I Got Out of the Car!’: Tucker’s Special Report on How Google’s Tracking You

    This has been floating around for 2 years now but only a few moments ago I caught a whiff of it thanks to TSM. Well, thanks and not thanks to them since they don’t provide sources for their content. But either way, here it is.

    Note: location but also pressure is tracked to give a better estimate of your current height. Even with airplane mode on, GPS is still turned on.

    • mkey says:

      I spent a week with a $17 KaiOS phone – here’s what I learned

      Somewhere on the same vein, KaiOS running phones offer some sort of a middle ground between smart and dumb phones. KaiOS is basically a simple linux core operating system that allows running modest HTML applications. It’s making giant strides in emerging markets, especially in India. It has some ties with Google but at this point it doesn’t look too glib.

  16. Mielia says:

    MGTOWs will love this news on artificial wombs.

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