I heard about the arrival of “deep fake” videos a few months ago but didn’t think much about it.
That is until I saw the video below, which is truly amazing. Watch it closely a couple times and pay close attention to Bill Hader’s face. The transitions and likenesses are stunning, to say the least.
You are hearing more talk lately that digital Hollywood tech might replace live actors in some films—or that it could be used to bring back long-dead ones.
What is potentially VERY creepy is its use on videos of political figures to distort the truth. Be watchful as this could happen sooner, rather than later.
Embracing climate-change politics enriches and empowers those who embrace globalism—corporations, governments, the financial sector, nonprofits, academia, and of course the useful idiots in mainstream-media as well as those in the entertainment industry.
Fossil fuels will continue to be most inexpensive and abundant source of energy for at least the next 20 to 30 years, and cheap energy is the prerequisite for prosperity. Cheap energy worldwide can only be delivered in the near term by continuing to develop fossil-based fuels, but this is being denied by the globalists.
Only a handful of websites still seek to reopen the debate as to just how dangerous or imminent the threat CO2 emissions are to humanity and the planet.
Below, sorted by most viewed on top, are links to independent climate skeptic websites that currently remain active. Visit these websites. Bookmark them. Share them. While you still can.
Climate Skeptic Website Links
For more detail and videos on this topic, CLICK HERE for the source article on these links at American Greatness.
This was the first episode of the television show Dragnet, which originally aired December 14, 1951 when I was about to turn 8-years old. Via regular broadcast TV or via online streaming, I have probably seen every episode of Dragnet.
In it, Sergeant Joe Friday (Jack Webb), Sergeant Ben Romero (Barton Yarborough), and Chief of Detectives Thad Brown (Raymond Burr), confront a bomber in City Hall who wants to free his brother from jail.
The print is damaged, and the audio (at least to me) seems slightly out of sync, but the episode is intact. The missing audio during the end credits was solely due to a copyright notice