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  1. this whole story goes back to the bible once again and very few people want to know it or just cannot grasp it, from where does the leap year come from,,many years ago thy tried to figure out how-where from where does the loss of 1 day come from over two years,,,until someone remembered reading or hearing about the story in Old Testament about the sun being taken back 4 degrees, when u take the 4 degrees taken over 2 years = 1 day, No one can deny the existence of God,theres so much and many things in bible that we cannot look past to see there is a living God

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  2. These idiots think they can fool us all! There is no space. We live in an enclosed system, no one can leave the earth. These so-called space explorations are just to tax all of us even more. The aliens are fallen angels and demons, nothing more. There are no mars men etc. It’s all bullshit!

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  3. NASA is nothing more than a weaponized platform pushing everyone to develop equipment and has the audacity to actually state on the document and on the air that we cannot even get onto the Moon as their own ORION SpaceCraft Scientists stated it is not possible. So. No ISS, No Sattelites, and no Moon or Mars landings. No Hubble out there as it is in, the back of a Boeing 747 known as Sofia .
    Nixon spoke to the so-called ASTRONAUTS on the moon by using a landline telephone. INCREDIBLE!
    But to Crown, it all, 89 % of the Preachers are in the NEW WORLD ORDER POCKETS ANYWAY.

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  4. Don’t believe a word they are telling you. The ‘Covid scare’ is winding down; get ready for the ‘Alien scare’. I can. and have, found out all about life on other planets by reading the right books that are available to everybody and in nearly every language on earth. They are called esoteric books of which the Bible is the best known.

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  5. These astrophysicists want to know were we came from ? Darwin already told them we came from monkeys. What more do they need to know. I know that Yahweh made me. The Bible , God’s written word tells me so. The fool says there is no God.

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  6. PREACHER DAN ; YOU ARE SAFE . THEY WILL NOT ASK YOU . BECAUSE YOU WILL GIVE THEM THE ANSWER STRAIGHT OUT OF OUR HOLY BIBLE .

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  7. Oh boy, here come the fallen angels/demons, I mean aliens, to scare us now that the virus is not so scary. For Pete’s sake if anybody believes this BS, they are really stupid. Read your Bible to understand what all this is about. Only God is truth.

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  8. I reserve my comments because with the New Year just days away I am too laid back to get into any debate with believers and non believers.

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  9. My best wishes for the Loving Life Family for 2022.

    May the Lord bless you
    and keep you;
    May He make his face shine on you
    and be gracious to you;
    May He turn his face toward you
    and give you peace.
    Peace to the brothers,
    and love with faith from God
    the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
    Grace to all who love our
    Lord Jesus Christ with an undying love.

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  10. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsmKUCiPHUY&ab_channel=WION
    Gravitas: These robots can produce babies | ‘Xenobots’ capable of ‘self-replicating’
    Forget losing your job to robots, Scientists have created robots that can reproduce. ‘Xenobots’ are capable of ‘self-replicating’ themselves. They are made up of stem cells taken from frogs. Astounded? Watch this report by Palki Sharma for the details.
    Do your HOMEWORK:
    Watch all the “Science Fiction” movies and TV series!!!

  11. https://learningenglish.voanews.com/a/company-aims-to-produce-thousands-of-humanoid-robots-in-2021/5752308.html
    Company Aims to Produce Thousands of Humanoid Robots in 2021

    In this image released on Monday, Aug. 6, 2018, Sophia, a humanoid robot developed by Hanson Robotics, will welcome visitors to the new.New Festival in Stuttgart taking place on October 8-10 at the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. (Hanson Robotics Limited/COD
    In this image released on Monday, Aug. 6, 2018, Sophia, a humanoid robot developed by Hanson Robotics, will welcome visitors to the new.New Festival in Stuttgart taking place on October 8-10 at the Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle. (Hanson Robotics Limited/COD
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    A Hong Kong-based robotics company says it plans to mass produce thousands of humanoid robots in 2021.

    Hanson Robotics says four different humanoid models will start leaving factories during the first half of the year. One of the four is a robot named Sophia, which has received worldwide attention in recent years for looking and speaking in a very human-like way.

    The company’s founder and CEO, David Hanson, told Reuters the COVID-19 pandemic has increased demand for robots designed to assist and engage with humans. “The world of COVID-19 is going to need more and more automation to keep people safe.”

    He noted that in the past, many of the company’s robots were built by hand. But now, Hanson Robotics is beginning to expand its manufacturing operations.

    FILE – In this Sept. 28, 2017, photo, David Hanson, the founder of Hanson Robotics, talks with his company’s flagship robot Sophia, a lifelike robot powered by artificial intelligence in Hong Kong.
    FILE – In this Sept. 28, 2017, photo, David Hanson, the founder of Hanson Robotics, talks with his company’s flagship robot Sophia, a lifelike robot powered by artificial intelligence in Hong Kong.
    Hanson said there are currently 24 models of Sophia, which will be used as a basis for creating “many other kinds” of models. While not providing an exact number, Hanson said the company aims to sell “thousands” of robots by the end of 2021.

    The company says it plans to market its humanoid robots as helpful assistants in the healthcare field. For example, they can be used to take temperature readings to identify possible sickness or perform physical exercises with older people.

    Such “social robots” are powered by machine learning methods and artificial intelligence (AI). They use cameras and sensors to recognize human faces and activities. The robots are built with tools to help them develop their own form of social and emotional intelligence over time.

    During a demonstration at the company’s lab, one of the Sophia models identified some of the activities it could assist humans with.

    “Social robots like me can help take care of the sick or elderly in many kinds of healthcare and medical uses.”

    Hanson said he believes robotic solutions to the pandemic are not limited to healthcare. He said the company’s robots are so human-like, they could also serve the public in retail settings or in the airline industry.

    The humanoids “can be so useful during these times where people are terribly lonely and socially isolated,” Hanson said.

    “I can help communicate, give therapy and provide social stimulation, even in difficult situations.”

    In this file photo, Hanson Robotics’ latest and most advanced robot Sophia attends a news conference after a meeting with young inventors and officials in Kiev, Ukraine October 11, 2018. (REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko )
    In this file photo, Hanson Robotics’ latest and most advanced robot Sophia attends a news conference after a meeting with young inventors and officials in Kiev, Ukraine October 11, 2018. (REUTERS/Valentyn Ogirenko )
    Johan Hoorn is a social robotics professor at Hong Kong’s Polytechnic University. His research has included work on Sophia. He said that, although the technology is still developing, the pandemic could speed up relationships between robots and humans.

    “I can infer the pandemic will actually help us get robots earlier in the market because people (will) start to realize that there is no other way,” Hoorn said.

    Products from other major developers in the industry are helping fight the pandemic as well. SoftBank Robotics’ humanoid robot Pepper was deployed in Europe to identify people who were not wearing face coverings. In China, robotics company CloudMinds helped set up a robot-run field hospital for COVID-19 patients in Wuhan.

    The use of robots was already on the rise before the pandemic. The International Federation of Robotics said in a report last year that worldwide sales of professional-service robots had jumped 32 percent between 2018 and 2019.

    I’m Bryan Lynn.

    Reuters reported this story. Bryan Lynn adapted the report for Learning English. Ashley Thompson was the editor.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zeel3NptZCU&ab_channel=YankoDesign
    These non-humanoid robots express emotion by responding to physical touch like plants do!

  12. https://techxplore.com/news/2021-10-emotional-speech-companion-robots.html

    A new model to synthesize emotional speech for companion robots

    Image summarizing the pipeline of the emotional speech synthesizer. Credit: Homma et al.
    Over the past few decades, roboticists have designed a variety of robots to assist humans. These include robots that could assist the elderly and serve as companions to improve their wellbeing and quality of life.

    Companion robots and other social robots should ideally have human-like qualities or be perceived as discrete, empathic and supportive by users. In recent years, many computer scientists have thus been trying to give these robots qualities that are typically observed in human care givers or health professionals.

    Researchers at Hitachi R&D Group and University of Tsukuba in Japan have developed a new method to synthesize emotional speech that could allow companion robots to imitate the ways in which caregivers communicate with older adults or vulnerable patients. This method, presented in a paper pre-published on arXiv, can produce emotional speech that is also aligned with a user’s circadian rhythm, the internal process that regulates sleeping and waking patterns in humans.

    “When people try to influence others to do something, they subconsciously adjust their speech to include appropriate emotional information,” Takeshi Homma et al explained in their paper. “For a robot to influence people in the same way, it should be able to imitate the range of human emotions when speaking. To achieve this, we propose a speech synthesis method for imitating the emotional states in human speech.”

    The method combines speech synthesis with emotional speech recognition methods. Initially, the researchers trained a machine-learning model on a dataset of human voice recordings gathered at different points during the day. During training, the emotion recognition component of the model learned to recognize emotions in human speech.

    Subsequently, the speech synthesis component of the model synthesized speech aligned with a given emotion. In addition, their model can recognize emotions in the speech of human target speakers (i.e., caregivers) and produce speech that is aligned with these emotions. Contrarily to other emotional speech synthesis techniques developed in the past, the team’s approach requires less manual work aimed at adjusting emotions expressed in the synthesized speech.

    “Our synthesizer receives an emotion vector to characterize the emotion of synthesized speech,” the researchers wrote in their paper. “The vector is automatically obtained from human utterances using a speech emotion recognizer.”

    To evaluate their model’s effectiveness in producing appropriate emotional speech, the researchers carried out a series of experiments. In these experiments, a robot communicated with elderly users and tried to influence their mood and arousal levels by adapting the emotion expressed in its speech.

    After the participants had listened to samples produced by the model and other emotionally neutral speech samples, they provided their feedback on how they felt. They were also asked whether the synthetic speech had influenced their arousal levels (i.e., whether they felt more awake or sleepy after listening to the recordings).

    “We conducted a subjective evaluation where the elderly participants listened to the speech samples generated by our method,” he researchers wrote in their paper. “The results showed that listening to the samples made the participants feel more active in the early morning and calmer in the middle of the night.”

    The results are highly promising, as they suggest that their emotional speech synthesizer that can effectively produce caregiver-like speech that is aligned with the circadian rhythms of most elderly users. In the future, the new model presented on arXiv could thus allow roboticists to develop more advanced companion robots that can adapt the emotion in their speech based on the time of the day at which they are interacting with users, to match their levels of wakefulness and arousal.

  13. First off all if one believes NASA, then you need to go visit a mental specialist. We have already been forewarned that lies like this will come forth. This is all to line up with the plan of the SATANIC NWO deceit.

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