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DARPA’S SMART BULLET PASSES ITS FIRST TESTS

A few months ago I blogged about DARPA, the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (or, as Mr. J.B. once suggested, the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency) and its new "smart bullet," i.e., a bullet able to maneuver during flight, and to target specific targets. In other words, the "smart bullet" was not a standard ballistic weapon. Well, hold on, because the "smart bullet" has now been tested, and the test gives rise to today's high octane speculation. Here's the article:

DARPA's steerable bullet proves it can hit moving targets

The bullet, called "EXACTO" for EXtreme ACcuracy Tasked Ordnance, has passed its first proof tests:

"'True to DARPA's mission, EXACTO has demonstrated what was once thought impossible: the continuous guidance of a small-caliber bullet to target,' said Jerome Dunn, DARPA program manager. 'This live-fire demonstration from a standard rifle showed that EXACTO is able to hit moving and evading targets with extreme accuracy at sniper ranges unachievable with traditional rounds. Fitting EXACTO's guidance capabilities into a small .50-caliber size is a major breakthrough and opens the door to what could be possible in future guided projectiles across all calibers.'"(Emphasis aded)
DARPA is at least being honest with some of the implications here, for clearly the same technology that can be applied to bullets could be applied to artillery shells and anti-tank rounds. But imagine this technology coupled with, say, biometric technology and the ability to remotely sense DNA? Such was the speculation of one individual who sent me this article, Mr. S.D. Imagine the technology to identify remotely a particular DNA signature of an individual, and coupling it with such a technology. We're a long way off, of course, but if we (or rather, Mr. S.D.) can think of it, rest assured, it has probably already been thought of by the folks at DARPA. Expand the idea: imagine coupling this technology with, say, the DNA signatures of a particular group of people. In either case, one would have the perfect assassin's weapon, one targetable on specific individuals or groups. The frightening reality is that such remote DNA sensing is already available in a crude form, and there are now even mobile sequencing kits that allow a genome to be sequenced "on the spot" as it were, without the need to send samples to far off laboratories and wait for the results. Or imagine, as some of you suggested, coupling this technology with other biometric technologies, such as facial recognition technologies.
But one can extend the idea even further: suppose, for a moment, there was a group of "almost humans" living among us, whose genetic composition was so similar that they appeared human, even, perhaps, being able to reproduce with humans, but whose genetic makeup was just slightly different enough to constitute itself as a separate species. Such a technology would, obviously, be of value if one were concerned to be able to target that population specifically. And that raises the question of why DARPA would want to develop the EXACTO bullet in the first place.
Obviously it has military value. but it would also have a much higher value for assassins, covert operations (imagine "taking out" an individual). Let's extend the technology even more, by putting a tiny ramjet in the EXACTO bullet to extend its range and... well you get the idea.
Now it is precisely at this point that Mr. S.D.'s speculation - and ours - takes off. Why disclose not only the existence of such a bullet, but of its successful tests? We are all familiar with the idea that what gets disclosed is probably far behind what actually exists in the black projects world. So why disclose it at all? Here comes the high octane speculation(Mr. S.D.'s, not mine): suppose a message is actually being sent by the release of this information. What would it be? Well, one very clear message would be, you can run, try to evade, or hide, but you can't. We can get you, and you specifically, without "collateral damage." Best to conform, and play your part as ordered....
See you on the flip side...

15 thoughts on “DARPA’S SMART BULLET PASSES ITS FIRST TESTS”

  1. Definately a ‘loaded’ message. Just like the Tesla Lasers mounted on Naval battleships being announced not so long ago.

  2. The endless imagination of evil minds is truly amazing. I wouldn’t call them humans though because this implies humanity, their human appearance is only a disguise. Let’s call them by their real name_ psychopathic monsters. The problem is they are dangerously aggregating in power positions in all fields worldwide reaching critical mass. This is bad not only for humans but all manner of living creatures.

  3. Inventing things to kill people, that’s just great, the USSA is out of control, and unless it’s people start putting boots in the streets, nothing will change.
    Meanwhile, China and Russia are building infrastructure projects, building railroads, making financial partners and making the object of government to enhance the betterment of the world.
    And speaking of railroads, the good ol’ USA is looking like a “slow” train wreck, and the world now see’s their foreign policy for what it’s worth, nothing but tyranny, and world wide domination, well China and Russia is the monkey wrench in the machine, IT AINT GUNNA HAPPEN.

    1. Interesting fact about rail in the USA:

      The USA has had very fast trains from the west coast to the east coast for some years–freight only.

      You’re confusing a story about passenger rail with one about freight.

      Then much as rail passenger rail preserves the downtowns of cities and discourages suburban sprawl: High speed rail is very very expensive to maintain. And has to run on fast new straight runs of track.

      And there sure are plenty of things the US is doing that are stupid. But moving goods from the Port of Oakland to Bayonne isn’t one of the problems–that’s San Francisco to New York.

      Anyhow I more than suspect better methods of transport will be released.

    2. Boots in the street would only result in people, myself most likely included, getting shot with at the very least tear gas or rubber bullets. Any organized group out in the open runs the risk of being co-opted like Occupy or turning into all out chaos like Fergusson. I think Dr. Farrell is onto the only viable method, for now, of chipping away at the beast. Like the medium itself, spreading information and aiding it’s permutation throughout society is the safest and best way to go about it. I’ve been thinking of ways I can myself go about doing the same thing once I’m well enough to devote the necessary time and effort to it.

      I’ve actually noticed profound differences in my thinking since obtaining orgonite. Have any of you had similar experiences and/or do you think the science behind it is sound? I might start producing it myself, in massive quantities in order to give it away and place it around cell phone towers.

      1. Guy, I did put orgonite by my bed about a month ago and it did seem to help clear my head but then that’s subjective too. It’s no wonder my mind is so busy. The amount of dramatic and traumatic information I have received these past years is overwhelming many times. Yes I also appreciate Dr. Ferrell, thank you.
        It’s also our duty to spread this info to others, it might surprise you. The cable guy and another young man recently surprised me with their knowledge. Knowledge is half the battle.

  4. Or how about it’s these Super-Humans way of ridding themselves of us Sub-Humans. A more accurate wording would be the Diabolically Armageddonistic Research Projects Agency Apocalypse means the revealing finding out what you didn’t know. This sounds and looks like a technology from the author of Jurassic Park books story that was turn into movie starring Tom Selleck.

    1. Marcos, for two days I have been wondering what in the heck you are talking about because I cannot imagine Tom Selleck starring in a movie based on a Michael Crichton book. However, I just plugged in the search terms and lo and behold:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runaway_%281984_film%29

      I think it must have gotten by me in 1984 and I suspect that it will get by me again in 2015.

  5. “But one can extend the idea even further: suppose, for a moment, there was a group of “almost humans” living among us, whose genetic composition was so similar that they appeared human, even, perhaps, being able to reproduce with humans, but whose genetic makeup was just slightly different enough to constitute itself as a separate species.”

    What if that group of “almost humans” doesn’t know they aren’t entirely human? What if there is a group of people that aren’t a different species, but rather are more highly evolved and constitute a possible future threat to the PTB?

    1. Good point Guygrr. Been thinking the same thing.. And they want to get rid of the culture (and the gnosis) entirely??

  6. Or, a “living” bullet.
    You could engineer a specific pheromone, when coupled with the right vector “insect assassin”, becomes a homing beacon.
    Thus, shaking hands[applying the pheromone on target subject] becomes a hello/goodbye, meet & greet. Of course, someone would be washing one’s hands of the incident, immediately afterwards.

  7. Finally! At long last a way to curtail those military cost overruns. No more wasteful ballistics. Take ’em out on the first try. Now it’s time to ramp it up so that the smarter-still bullet that waits until multiple suspects line up favorably in the assassin’s sights thereby taking out at least two terrorists with one squeeze of the trigger. And how about the “Marquis of Queensbury” courtesy bullet that is mailed to the recipients home in a box with a 7-day notice for self extermination. Give the chap a few days to get his final affairs in order before calling it quits. Progress marches on.

  8. The new improved “JFK bullet” is here, thanks to the oligarchs (human or semi-human, it’s hard to say) who commission these products…

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