SurvivalBlog presents another edition of The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods— a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper from “JWR”. Our goal is to educate our readers, to help them to recognize emerging threats and to be better prepared for both disasters and negative societal trends. You can’t mitigate a risk if you500彩票幸运快三怎么看走势 haven’t first identified a risk. Today, we look at the Second Amendment erosion in Virginia.
An Excellent Medical Lecture on the Wuhan Coronavirus
Reader M.M. sent a link to a lecture that removes a lot of conjecture: . JWR’s Comment: Watching this is well-worth the 48-minute investment of you500彩票幸运快三怎么看走势r time!
Treat Burn First With Cool Running Water
Mom was right: .
Virginia Lawmakers Pass 7 Gun-Control Bills, More Coming
DSV sent his one: . The article begins:
“Ten days after over 20,000 peaceful marched in front of the state house in opposition to newly-elected Democrats’ proposed gun-control legislation, Virginia lawmakers approved seven new .
Virginia state representatives voted to approve numerous gun-control measures that had been enthusiastically supported by Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, reported.
Similar bills had already passed the state senate and all the gun-control measures pending are expected to quickly receive the Democratic governor’s signature.
One new law will require background checks for all gun sales, including private gun transfers and those bought at gun shows, reported.”
One Step Closer to a Batsuit for Soldiers
Linked over at the great news aggregation site:
Nikon Goes Politically Correct
Reader R.L. sent this: .
Et Tu, Remington?
Speaking of political correctness, there is this news:
Your Smart Vehicle Is Recording Your Every Move
Reader H.L. also sent us this:. The article opens with this:
“In early January, companies at the displayed their plans for making use of the surprising amounts of data gathered by newer model vehicles. Amazon, Intel, Qualcomm, and Blackberry were among the companies seeking partnerships with automakers who are also searching for methods to monetize the data gathered by their vehicles.
that “modern cars roll out of factories packed with cellular connections, powerful processors and growing suite of sensors, including cameras, radar and microphones. That’s turning them into the next information goldmine, rivaling the data-creating capabilities of smartphones.”
Bloomberg also notes that Intel announced a new stage of its Mobileye technology which allows for driver-assistance and Intel to gather data from cameras, chips, and sensors within the vehicle. Intel says this anonymous information is used to create detailed maps to enhance vehicle navigation systems. Intel has estimated that data gathered by vehicles will be worth as much as $3.5 billion by 2030. Bloomberg reports that consulting firm McKinsey & Co. estimates that “up to $750 billion of value would created from car-related data by 2030.”“
UK/US Spying Agreement: No Court Orders
H.L. sent this:
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And finally, reader T.Z. suggested this: