His Mouth is Full of Cursing and Deceit and Oppression

Emmet Sullivan His Mouth is Full of Cursing

How is the faithful city become a prostitute! She that was full of justice, righteousness lodged in her, but now murderers.”  Isaiah 1:21

Emmet Sullivan
Image 1: The Sullivan dynasty (click on image to zoom)

Note on the Search Methodology
The AI video analytics, text analytics, and the linkage in this search processed about 1.3TB of digital data. The content included video, audio, images, SM posts, and various documents (for more details on the methodology see Military Romantic Scams – The Theory and Practice). All imagery has been deepfake verified prior to processing. Results containing content such as nudity, drug use, violence, has been excluded from the final composite imagery.

Out of the mouth of babes
Image 2:
Out of the mouth of babes—the conversational art of the Sullivans. Sampling of the text analytics on the harvested audio and text files. The analysis included writer fingerprinting, writing style and keyword insight. Frequent keyword use includes: “shittt”, “shit”, “hoe”, “nigguh”, and “bitch”

In all expensive streetware urban gear flexin on these hoes
Image 3: Sampling of an AI object classifier results for the visual query “Emmitt G. Sullivan” + “Sportswear”. The search compiled dozens of catalogs that included Sullivan family jewelry, art, cloths, glasses, tattoos, furniture, vehicles, alcoholic beverages, etc.    

Sullivan Glass Catalog 1
Image 4
: Sampling from the glasses catalog

Sullivan tattoo Catalolg 1
Image 5
: Sampling of the tattoo catalog

The Honorable James Comey
Video 1:
September 22, 2017, the honorable James Comey delivering the convocation address at Howard University

References and Sources
XRVision Sentinel AI Platform – Face recognition, image reconstruction, and object classification

August 23, 2017, Howard University Appoints James Comey 2017 Opening Convocation Keynote Speaker and Endowed Chair in Public Policy

Psalms 10:7-11
ז אָלָה, פִּיהוּ מָלֵא–וּמִרְמוֹת וָתֹךְ ; תַּחַת לְשׁוֹנוֹ, עָמָל וָאָוֶן
7 His mouth is full of cursing and deceit and oppression; under his tongue is mischief and iniquity.

ח יֵשֵׁב, בְּמַאְרַב חֲצֵרִים–בַּמִּסְתָּרִים, יַהֲרֹג נָקִי ; עֵינָיו, לְחֵלְכָה יִצְפֹּנוּ
8 He sits in the lurking-places of the villages; in secret places he slay the innocent; his eyes are on the watch for the helpless.

ט יֶאֱרֹב בַּמִּסְתָּר, כְּאַרְיֵה בְסֻכֹּה–יֶאֱרֹב, לַחֲטוֹף עָנִי ; יַחְטֹף עָנִי,    בְּמָשְׁכוֹ בְרִשְׁתּוֹ
9 He lieth in wait in a secret place as a lion in his lair, he lieth in wait to catch the poor;
he doth catch the poor, when he draweth him up in his net.

י ודכה (יִדְכֶּה) יָשֹׁחַ ; וְנָפַל בַּעֲצוּמָיו, חלכאים (חֵל כָּאִים
10 He croucheth, he boweth down, and the helpless fall into his mighty claws.

יא אָמַר בְּלִבּוֹ, שָׁכַח אֵל ; הִסְתִּיר פָּנָיו, בַּל-רָאָה לָנֶצַח
11 He hath said in his heart: ‘God hath forgotten; He hideth His face; He will never see.’

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US Free Speech, Meet Your Wealthy Chinese Fact Checker

Meet Your Chinese Censor

In the 1920s, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis wrote several opinions upholding free speech claims. In one opinion he argued for broader protections for free speech:

“Those who won our independence … believed that freedom to think as you will and to speak as you think are means indispensable to the discovery and spread of political truth; that without free speech and assembly discussion would be futile; that with them, discussion affords ordinarily adequate protection against the dissemination of noxious doctrine; that the greatest menace to freedom is an inert people; that public discussion is a political duty; and that this should be a fundamental principle of the American government.”

Much ink has dried since this statement was written. These days, most on-line platforms the likes of Facebook and YouTube—as a matter of policy—mass block or just delete ‘disagreeable’ content and users. For example, if you say anything about the faulty Covid-19 predictive math models that disagree with WHO or CDC, you will almost certainly run into one of a dozen of fact checker thug death squads, a world-wide network of progressively funded censorship organizations who patrol the internet 24x7x365 using various AI tools to search and destroy counter-progressive narratives. 

On April 19th, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki openly stated that YouTube would remove any videos that provide “problematic” information related to Covid-19. Wojcicki defined problematic as:

…anything that would go against World Health Organization recommendations would be a violation of our policy.”

The other day, I was asked by a friend to check out the Facebook fact checker that blocked the now banned YouTube video of two US doctors discussing the faulty predictive models that are being used to justify strict Covid-19 quarantines. The video is completely innocuous, two medical professionals going over publically available stats and discussing the pros and cons of lock downs and aggressive social distancing.     

It turns out that the hitjob that led to blocking that video was done by Health Feedback, a unit within an organization called Science Feedback which itself is a Google/Facebook proxy established for the purpose of managing progressive medical related narratives. The following is the profile of one of one of these science censors who banned the video. 

Introducing Flora Teoh
Flora Teoh is a contributor to several ‘fact-checking’ organizations such as Maldita.es, International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN), and the International Data Verification Network, which aims to promote ‘good’ journalistic practices by fighting the dissemination of what they term “fake-news”. IFCN is an offshoot of the Poynter Institute for media studies that was created in 2015. Poynter gets the majority of its funding grants from entities such as: Google, the MacArthur Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the Carnegie Foundation.

James Comey The Wise Civil Servent
Image 1
: Flora Teoh AKA “flowersandcider” reading James Comey, the respected, wise, and trusted civil servant

Teoh’s affiliated organizations are part of an international ‘progressive’ data verification network supported by the Open Society Foundations (George Soros) and the Omidyar Network (Pierre Omidyar). Omidyar is also funding Defeat Disinfo, an AI information warfare platform designed to fight president Trump’s Covid-19 messaging. Both Soros and Omidyar have sponsored The Intercept, a publication that released documents stolen by Snowden. In 2018, they also helped launch the Luminate platform that has since distributed over $314 million to finance progressive journalistic projects around the world. Health Feedback is one of these projects.

Bio wise, Teoh is a native Chinese speaker with professional and family ties in mainland China. She had a privileged upbringing in a wealthy family in Singapore. She is a globetrotter (often via first/business class and in luxury hotels). In 2016-2020, she visited and lived in Europe with the grand tour costing upwards of $100K. Beside the 5 star accommodations she also managed to live life to the fullest and attend gourmet cooking schools like the Le Cordon Bleu.

Let Them Eat Cake Fact Checker Style
Image 2: Let Them Eat Cake – The gourmet cuisine and culinary life of Flora Teoh, your Chinese science fact checker

Teoh got her B.Sc, in 2012 and her Ph.D. in 2017 from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. In October of 2017, she started her post-doc at the Singapore Agency for Science Technology and Research (A*STAR). Her area of specialty is candidiasis (Yeast infection). She was let go after ten months due to a ‘poor professional fit.’ In July of 2018, she joined the Asian Scientist Magazine as an intern but left after two months due to ‘performance-related’ issues.

The pretentiousness perfect life Flora Teoh
Image 3: The never ending grand tour

Academically, she seems to be an under performer. Her grade history shows that she almost flunked a test (scored 60%) in “Monitoring of Clinical Trials by Industry Sponsors”, which ironically, is the basis of her proclaimed expertise for some of her critical fact checks.

Flora Teoh
Image 4
: A snapshot of the life of Flora Teoh, a Chinese/Singaporean national who is the Science Editor of Science Feedback, a Facebook proxy organization designed to censor and block scientific free speech.   

In November of 2018, Teoh joined Science Feedback. Her main assignments for 2020 have been to:

  • Monitor and control political discourse related to science 
  • Gate keep and censor ‘conservative’ scientific content
  • Promote media that is aligned with ‘progressive’ thought

So it turns out that the arbitrator of truth that controls our free speech in the US is a Chinese woman from Singapore who is living a life of luxury in Europe, all expenses paid by her wealthy family back in Asia. No siree, Bob! You can’t make up this stuff even if you wanted to.

If you are still trying to figure out how to get around the social media ‘truth’ police, you may be interested to know that Flora Teoh is advertising her freelance writing services emphasizing her ability to “produce compelling narrative.“  Why not ping her and get her to review/write your next post?  If you’re lucky, you may be able to catch her between gourmet meals while advocating hermetic quarantine for the rest of us in the US. Her complete lack of expertise in your domain is not an issue, she is more than happy to write about “unfamiliar” topics. I also hear her rates are quite reasonable, last advertised she was only charging $30 per hour.

Flora Teoh Writing Services $25 per hour

References and Sources
XRVision Sentinel AI Platform – Face recognition, image reconstruction, and object classification

The Picture of Dorian Gray Society 
Human Rights and Censorship in Singapore
Facebook Gave Data Access to Chinese Firm Flagged by U.S. Intelligence
Facebook and Google Support for Chinese Digital Surveillance

Copyright 2020 Yaacov Apelbaum, All Rights Reserved.

Why Are the Chinese Made IR Thermometers So Cold?

Don't even bother drawing your Chinese made IR thermometer

A family member in the medical field recently voiced frustration about the low quality of some non-contact infrared thermometers they received. It seem that the entire batch yields consistently lower temperatures when compared to oral thermometers.

I thought that this was strange. Typically, instruments for medical use are certified for accuracy prior to shipment. Considering that these devices come with a certificate of calibration, I reasoned that they shouldn’t produce such discrepancies. Early detection of the onset of high fever is a key factor in Covid-19 patient care. The ability to accurately track body temperature is also critical in determining if a patient is contagious and would trigger decisions regarding treatment, quarantine, and use of PPE gear.

Just like in the case of a faulty car speedometer that displays lower speeds and results in speeding tickets, the usage of faulty thermometers that consistently show lower temperatures can have a detrimental effect on patients and medical staff. Considering that we are in the midst of a severe flu outbreak, I decided to take a closer look. IR thermometers are relatively simple devices that can be easily disassembled and tested, so, I spent a few hours this weekend in the lab digging into the Chinese IR thermometer mystery. 

Possible Reasons for Inaccurate IR Thermometer Readings
I do considerable amount of work in the the lab and have at times ran into equipment gremlins. In most cases, there is a simple non-mystical explanation for why test equipment fails to deliver accurate measurement. In the case of an IR thermometer this can include:

  1. The instrument is within the actual variance of its stated accuracy
  2. The instrument has faulty firmware, sensor, logic circuitry, or other board components
  3. The instrument is not being used correctly
  4. There are some unusual environmental conditions that effect the measurement (i.e. humidity)
  5. The instrument wasn’t calibrated prior to shipment
  6. The instruments detection range doesn’t cover the object temperate

Test Specimens
For the test units I selected the top of the line Chinese made IR thermometers, all in the $60-$140 price range. There are many cheaper units on the market, but, I deliberately went with the higher-end devices because they claim to have been calibrated and certified, to be “Built for Accuracy”, and be “CE FCC RoHS FDA” approved.

Digital Infrared Thermometers
Image 1: The IR thermometers used in the evaluation

To keep the test conclusive, I avoided complex correlations of skin to core body temperate or evaluating the thermometer accuracy across a wide range of surfaces and temperate ranges. All of my testing was done in a controlled environment with respect to humidity and temperature and followed an identical sequence of repeatable steps.

IR Thermometer Test Setup
Image 2
: The test setup

The Testing Procedure

  1. The IR thermometer was kept at room temperature on the workbench where the test was conducted.
  2. Unit emissivity was set to the range of 0.95-0.97.
  3. The lens was cleaned before each measurement.
  4. Distance to Target ratio was kept constant and followed the manufacturer’s recommendation for each unit.
  5. The IR thermometer was held in a bracket and the lens was pointed at a 90° angle from the surface.
  6. Each IR thermometer executed 20 consecutive readings with 5 second lap between each reading.
  7. All measurements were taken at the same location about 1/2” off the inner canthus eye area.

IR Temperature Measurement Location
Image 3
: Measurement location and typical thermal distribution on the human face

Test Results
All of the Chinese made thermometers exhibited a wide range of temperature values during the test and large fluctuations between each reading. They were inconsistent, fluctuating by as much as 5 degrees between consecutive readings and often erred on the colder side. The Fluke 62 Max IR thermometer performed in a consistent predictable manner and passed the ‘Ice Water’ and ‘Infrared Comparator Cup’ tests within stated tolerances. All four Chinese made IR thermometers failed to pass both of these tests.

Of note is the high-low temperature variation pattern of the Chinese made thermometers. The test sample population indicates that all four devices were able to detect the correct skin temperate of about 96F, but its unclear whey they didn’t do so in a consistent manner.

IR Thermometer Model vs. Skin Temperature Readings
Chart 1
: The results of 20 consecutive skin temperature readouts for the five IR thermometers. A normal range range for skin temperature is 33.5C-36.9C or 92.3F-98.4F

Running 100 consecutive tests on one of the Chines made thermometers (the QJ-CWQ20) shows a distinctive cyclic pattern resembling the output exhibited by some sort of a pseudorandom number generator logic. This could be some sort of a leveling function, but it could also be an attempt by the firmware writer to compensate for poor sensor performance or an evasion mechanism–The IR thermometer equivalent of VW’s dieselgate.

IR Thermometer 100 Consecutive Readings
Chart 2
: The results of 100 consecutive skin temperature readouts from the QJ-CWQ20 IR thermometer.

Evaluating the performance of the thermopile detector (the IR sensor) on all devices shows that they functioned properly and returned readings consistent with the Fluke 62 Max sensor.

Thermopile Detector
Image 4: Typical analog thermopile sensor used in the IR thermometers

Based on the consistent thermopile value readouts on all devices and the occurrence of the temperature anomalies in only the Chinese thermometers, it’s unlikely that the cyclic pattern of low and high temperature readouts is attributable to individual components and/or circuit design issues.

The four thermometers are made by different vendors, each has different components and board layouts; suggesting that this is some sort of a shared problem. And, if this is that case, then the source must be faulty logic or firmware. Either way, this is a critical bug because if the bulk of Chinese IR thermometers use these shared faulty logic or firmware, then all of them are unreliable.

Conclusion
Two additional data points that relate to the issue of faulty Chinese medical equipment are the large amount of ‘defective’ Covid-19 test kits and sub standard PPE gear sold in the west. In this context, we should also consider the possibility that these devices were shipped knowing that they were defective. As is evident from discussions on the Chinese DingTalk platform where one topic of conversation is deliberately lowering the IR thermometer threshold for units sold in the US. In one 178 member group chat, Zhang Xuandong, the owner of Haofeng Electronic Technology Co— a major IR thermometer producer in Dongguan, Guangdong Province in China—openly talks about waging war against the US. Zhang writes:

” [Let’s] produce some faulty products and sell them to the US. They (the thermometers) should read 36.5 ºC when the actual temperature is 39 ºC. In this way, more and more American people will be infected. Let’s see if they still have people left to go to other countries to harm others!”

After one member responds with three laughing emojis, Zhang continues:

“Isn’t that a great idea? Without using one single soldier, we can make money, as well as make peace around the world.”

Another member then responds:

“No, we don’t want to make any money from the Americans. Let them help and rely on themselves.”

Let's lower the IR thermometer threshold for units sold in the US
Image 5
: The DingTalk conversation about deliberately lowering the IR thermometer threshold for units sold in the US

Regardless of the root cause of the Chinese IR thermometer’s poor performance, the fact remains that all of the tested units were faulty. So, if you need to make critical decisions about patient care, go with a quality device like the Fluke 62 Max. With the Fluke, you will get US based support, a quality warranty, and piece of mind that your thermometer will work in a consistent and predictable manner. Regardless of make and model, stay away from Chinese IR thermometers. The same advice also applies to other Chinese medical testing equipment.

FDA Approved,Most Accurate Forehead Thermometer
Image 6
: Typical claims made by a Chinese IR thermometer manufacturer regarding certification, FDA approval, and accuracy

References and Sources
XRVision Sentinel AI Platform – Face recognition, image reconstruction, and object classification

The Gateway Pundit: Chinese Company that Makes Forehead Thermometers ‘Jokes’ About  Making Faulty Product for Sale in US in Order to Spread Disease


Note About Core Body vs. Surface Temperature
Anyone who has experimented with baking a thanksgiving turkey knows that a thermometer inserted into the center of a turkey will yield a different temperature than taking a surface measurement by using an IR thermometer. Similarly, pointing an IR thermometer at human skin will not yield a reading of 98.6°F but rather something closer to 93°F or 96°F. This reading can depend on many factors such as skin reflectivity, moisture, hair interference, etc. (A reading of approximately 98.6°F is considered ‘core’ body temperature and must be measured in a body orifice.)

Temperature Baseline Verification Procedures
As part of the IR thermometer benchmark, I’ve used the following two test procedures to establish the baseline for each device:

Ice Water Test
The purpose of this test was to determine if the IR thermometer can accurately read the water/ice temperature of approximately 32.0°F. To perform this test, I followed these steps:

  1. I filled a glass with crushed ice and added water to fill the gaps between the ice cubes.
  2. I allowed the ice/water to rest for 120 seconds.
  3. I stirred the mixture to get uniform distribution of water and ice.
  4. I attached the infrared thermometer to a holder located over the top of the ice/water at a distance of 3″ with the lens at a 90° angle and centered it over the ice/water.
  5. I took 10 consecutive readings at 10 second increments

Infrared Comparator Cup
The purpose of this test was to compare the accuracy of an infrared thermometer to a calibrated immersion type thermometer at a temperature other than that of ice/water. The reading of the IR thermometer should match that of the reference thermometer within the stated specifications. To perform this test, I followed these steps:

  1. I used a machined aluminum cup with a flat surface with a solid matte black coating. The cup walls shield the surface from air currents in the room and the mass of the base provided for temperature stability.
  2. I inserted the reference thermometer and allowed it to stabilize for five minutes.
  3. I pointed the IR thermometer at the target inside the cup using the same distance and geometry as with the Ice Water test.
  4. I took 10 consecutive readings at a 10 second increments

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