Forget the Internet – soon there will be the OUTERNET:

Company plans to beam free Wi-fi to every person on Earth from space The New York company plans to ask NASA to test  their Outernet technology on the International Space Station Forget the Internet – soon there will be the OUTERNET: Company plans to beam free Wi-fi to every person on Earth from space Forget the Internet – soon there will be the OUTERNET: Company plans to beam free Wi-fi to every person on Earth from space. An ambitious project known as Outernet is aiming to launch hundreds of miniature satellites into low Earth orbit by June 2015. Each satellite will broadcast the Internet to phones and computers giving billions of people across the globe free online access. Citizens of countries like China and North Korea that have censored online activity could be given free and unrestricted cyberspace.  ‘There’s really nothing that is technically impossible to this” By DAILY MAIL REPORTER PUBLISHED: 14:24 GMT, 5 February 2014 | UPDATED: 14:49 GMT, 5 February 2014 You might think you have to pay through the nose at the moment to access the Internet. But one ambitious organisation called the Media Development Investment Fund (MDIF) is planning to turn the age of online computing on its head by giving free web access to every person on Earth. Known as Outernet, MDIF plans to launch hundreds of satellites into orbit by 2015. And they say the project could provide unrestricted Internet access to countries where their web access is censored, including China and North Korea. The ISS could be a testbed for Outernet technology+3 Could our Internet one day be delivered from space?+3 Using something known as datacasting technology, which involves sending data over wide radio waves, the New York-based company says they’ll be able to broadcast the Internet around the world. The group is hoping to raise tens of millions of dollars in donations to get the project on the road. The Outernet team claim that only 60% of the world’s population currently have access to the wealth of knowledge that can be found on the Internet. This is because, despite a wide spread of Wi-FI devices across the globe, many countries are unable or unwilling to provide people with the infrastructure needed to access the web. The company’s plan is to launch hundreds of low-cost miniature satellites, known as cubesats, into low Earth orbit. Here, each satellite will receive data from a network of ground stations across the globe. Using a technique known as User Datagram Protocol (UDP) multitasking, which is the sharing of data between users on a network, Outernet will beam information to users. Much like how you receive a signal on your television and flick through channels, Outernet will broadcast the Internet to you and allow you to flick through certain websites. THE OUTERNET PROJECT TIMELINE By June of this year the Outernet project aims to begin deploying prototype satellites to test their technology. In September 2014 they will make a request to NASA to test their technology on the International Space Station. By early 2015 they intend to begin manufacturing and launching their satellites. And in June 2015 the company says they will begin broadcasting the Outernet from space. ‘We have a very solid understand of the costs involved, as well as experience working on numerous spacecraft,’ said Project Lead of Outernet Syed Karim, who fielded some questions on Reddit. ‘There isn’t a lot of raw research that is being done here; much of what is being described has already been proven by other small satellite programs and experiments. “There’s really nothing that is technically impossible to this” But at the prospect of telecoms operators trying to shut the project down before it gets off the ground, Karim said: ‘We will fight… and win.’ If everything goes to plan, the Outernet project aims to ask NASA for permission to test the technology on the International Space Station. And their ultimate goal will be to beginning deploying the Outernet satellites into Earth orbit, which they say can begin in June 2015.

 

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SaLuSa 7 February 2014

Spirit Train Chronicles

Progress is still being made to bring you release from the many conditions and restrictions that have been placed upon you by the cabal. For the time being it suits our purpose to let certain restrictions remain, allowing us to work towards completely releasing you from their control. With our ability to see what is taking place we can keep one step ahead of the cabal and restrict the degree to which they can impose themselves upon you. For example in recent times many attempts have been made to start another world war. Each time we have blocked such attempts and will continue to do so. In fact we acted recently so as to stop the commencement of intended hostilities that would have led to another world war. Be assured that there is no way it would be allowed, and such commitment by us is a guarantee of eventual world…

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Galactic Lightship Dreamflights 8FEB2014

Spirit Train Chronicles

You are invited to join the next Galactic Lightship Dreamflight this Saturday night (8 February 2014) during dreamtime.

All who have expressed their intent to join us will be teleported on board our fleet of Galactic Light Ships.You may express your intent to join a specific ship (all are welcome!). We will be meeting during dreamtime on Saturday night, but you do not need to “schedule” the time you are asleep, since you will be timeshifted to the appropriate “place” in time in order to join us. Passwords provided are intended to enhance intent, not to limit access.

Our Fleet includes the following ships

GLS Mothership OcaTAwa (Password “Center Spiral Wings Unity”)
GLS Aeterna (Password “Wings“)
GLS Algiz (Password “Center“)
GLS Blaze (Password “Helix“)
GLS Chimera (Password “Emanate”)
GLS Salcys
GLS Angelon
GLS Susan
GLS Space Wave (Password “Unity”)
GLS Athabantian (Password “Radiate”; website: Up2the5th, Cosmic Paradigm)
GLS…

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