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!

 


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Add a Little Water to Your Whiskey

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EPA Cancels Sponsorship of Awards for Climate Leadership

The Environmental Protection Agency has dropped its sponsorship of a climate change awards program co-sponsored by two environmental organizations.“The Agency has decided to discontinue the...
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The Internal Combustion Engine Is Alive and Well

The Internal Combustion Engine Is Alive and Well  By William O'Keefe, Economics 21, August 24, 2017 It’s the end of August, and many people are driving...
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The Opioid Epidemic and How to Solve It

 The Opioid epidemic is spreading across the heartland of America. The number of drug overdose deaths from both prescription (e.g., Oxycontin) and black market...
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Judge Approves Warrant for Antifa User Data from Anti-Trump Website

A District of Columbia Federal Judge has approved a government warrant seeking information about users and subscribers to an anti-Trump website which has been...
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Are Cyber Weapons Too Dangerous to Use?

The novelist Kurt Vonnegut once imagined a fictional substance called “ice-nine” that could turn any liquid into ice. This was supposed to serve a...
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People Furthest Apart on Climate Views Are Often the Most Educated

As arguments about climate change heat up, don’t underestimate your opponent.It turns out that people who are the furthest apart in their views on...
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Court Blocks Major Pipeline Because Feds Didn’t Consider Climate Change

A federal court has halted a major natural gas pipeline project from being built on grounds that federal regulators did not consider the “carbon...
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Google Is Secretly Recording You

DID you know that Google has been recording you without your knowledge? The technology giant has effectively turned millions of its users’ smartphones into listening...
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How Washington Gridlock Delays High-Speed Broadband to Rural U.S.

An internet battle has been raging for more than a decade over so-called “net neutrality,” the principle that internet service providers and governments treat...

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