Science/Technology

Below, we offer our readers coverage and analysis of various officials and developments that influence public policies affecting science/technology. The institutions which affect science/technology developments include agencies, elected and appointed individuals, as well as outside influences such as lobbyists, contractors, and foreign entities involved research and development.

The main objective of our coverage is to reveal and expose the hidden goals of both known and unknown officials. Many times, the real objective of these individuals is to alter public policy in ways and means that have negative consequences for the very citizens who need honest representation and protection.

We believe that providing insightful and thorough examinations of the people, events, and policies of the science and technology communities will provide you with a greater understanding of The Deep State and its consequences.

Please explore the comprehensive content here and let us know your thoughts. We update our archives daily to assure our readers that they have the latest information about how The Deep State impacts science and technology. Thank you!

 


Net Neutrality Repeal

Net Neutrality Repeal: Fast Lanes Could Be Coming to the Internet. Is That a...

With federal regulators poised to repeal net neutrality rules this week, your internet service provider would be allowed to speed up delivery of some...
Antarctic Soil

Bacteria Discovered In Antarctic Soil Could Change the Way We Look for Alien Life

Bacteria found in desert soils survives off just hydrogen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxideMicroscopic organisms discovered in Antarctica could change the way scientists look...
DNA Gone Digital

DNA Has Gone Digital, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research.Biology is becoming increasingly digitized. Researchers like us use...
Jerry Brown Blames Fires

Jerry Brown Blames Fires on Global Warming, Here’s Why That’s Nonsense

California Governor Jerry Brown said the wildfires ravaging the greater Los Angeles area are part of a “new normal” residents can expect due to...
clean energy

Bitcoin Could Cost Us Our Clean-Energy Future

If you’re like me, you’ve probably been ignoring the bitcoin phenomenon for years — because it seemed too complex, far-fetched, or maybe even too...

Climate Scientists Are Now Suing Critics Who Challenge ‘Settled Science’

Global Warming: We keep hearing how climate change is "settled science," even though science is never settled. But if it were, why are scientists...
Lost Bitcoin Wallets

Russian Crypto-Hypnotists Help Recover Lost Bitcoin Wallets

Hypnosis services are now available for bitcoin owners in Russia helping those who have lost the password for their e-wallets. The service costs one...
Breathalyser

Scientists Develop First Ever Breathalyser Test for Drugs

Drug tests could soon be carried out in the same way as those for alcohol: with a simple breathalyser sample.Swedish scientists have developed new...
Autism

Why Autism Seems to Cluster in Some Immigrant Groups

Around 2 p.m. on a perfect summer afternoon in 2014, the clinicians arrived at Maki Gboro’s home in Denver, Colorado, to test his 18-month-old...
Santas Bones

Archaeologists Think They Have Found Santa’s Bones

Santa season is here and on December 25 many young children will be tearing open gifts they believe were dropped off by an incredibly...

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