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.

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Highly Intelligent

Bad News For the Highly Intelligent

There are advantages to being smart. People who do well on standardized tests of intelligence—IQ tests—tend to be more successful in the classroom and...
Scientific American Guide

The Scientific American Guide to Cheating In the Olympics

Editor’s Note (12/5/17): Scientific American is re-posting the following article, originally published August 5, 2016, in light of the International Olympic Committee’s announcement on Tuesday that...
Climate science

Alternative Facts About Climate Science

Recently, EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt and Energy Secretary Rick Perry have called for the establishment of an adversarial “Red Team/Blue Team” (RT/BT) process to...
Remote Amazon Village

Parents In a Remote Amazon Village Rarely Talk to Their Babies

In 1995 a landmark study (pdf) found that children whose families were on welfare heard 1,500 fewer words every hour—or eight million fewer per...
Robot Rights

The Rise of Smart Machines Puts Spotlight on Robot Rights

Given the complexity of human conversation, building a machine capable of engaging in lengthy verbal exchanges is a daunting task. But if we could...
Self-Destructing Drones

Amazon Awarded Patent for Self-Destructing Drones (w/video)

Amazon has just been granted patent number 9,828,097 for drone technology that allows the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to self-destruct in a sequence in the event of...
Massive Ice-Age Cavern

Explorers Discover Massive Ice-Age Cavern Beneath Most of Montreal

Explorers have just discovered a new underground passage, complete with stalactites and a lake, all buried beneath the city of Montreal — and they don't know...
Serial Killer

How to Raise a Serial Killer!

Recently, Tampa authorities announced the arrest of a serial killer that had almost kept the Seminole Heights neighborhood hostage for 51 days and had...

Science Shows Redheads Have Genetic Superpowers

Amy Adams is a lucky woman. Not only is she one of Hollywood’s most talented actresses with five Oscar nominations under her fashionable belt,...
Silicon Valley

Does Silicon Valley Want You to Text and Drive? (w/video)

As self-driving cars come closer to being common on American roads, much of the rhetoric promoting them has to do with safety. About 40,000 people...

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