DARPA combines human brains and 120-megapixel cameras to create the ultimate military threat detection system

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By Sebastian Anthony Sept 19, 2012 After more than four years of research, DARPA has created a system that successfully combines soldiers, EEG brainwave scanners, 120-megapixel cameras, and multiple computers running cognitive visual processing algorithms into a cybernetic hivemind. Called the Cognitive Technology Threat Warning System (CT2WS), it will be […] Read more »

Envisioning a World Without Men

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Scientist Says Female-Only Reproduction Is Only a Few Years Away By NICK WATT LONDON, April 28, 2008 Imagine a world without men: Lauren Bacall but no Bogie, Hillary Clinton but no Bill, no Starsky or Hutch. Could the entire male sex vanish from earth? This isn’t just an unlikely sci-fi […] Read more »

FDA Approves Sale of Pills With RFID Mircochip

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FDA Approves Sale of Pills With RFID Mircochip August 26, 2012 Big Brother is watching – RFID Microchip pills have now come to the United States. CLICK SOURCE: Beginning and End covered the United Kingdom approving prescription pills that contained RFID microchips. Now the United States Food and Drug Administration […] Read more »

Headset That Sees Through Walls

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The ‘Robocop’ headset that lets police see through walls and identify suspects just by LOOKING at them By Mark Prigg 19 February 2013 Headset’s display uses infrared to help spot criminals in a building High definition camera can be used to identify suspects Version for fire and ambulance crews also […] Read more »

Scientist seeks surrogate mother for Neanderthal baby

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Alexandra Pleffer, ninemsn January 21, 2013 A Harvard scientist is reportedly looking for an “adventurous woman” to give birth to the first Neanderthal baby in 30,000 years. US geneticist George Church told German newspaper Der Spiegel he was close to being able to clone a Neanderthal but would need a […] Read more »

Scientists call their discovery a ‘perfect’ invisibility cloak

George Dvorsky Functional “cloaking” devices have been around since 2006, but they’re far from perfect. All attempts so far have failed to avoid at least some partial light and reflectivity — what has resulted in an unconvincing effect. Part of the problem is finding a way to hide objects in […] Read more »

Temporary Tattoos Could Make Electronic Telepathy, Telekinesis Possible

Temporary Tattoos Could Make Electronic Telepathy, Telekinesis Possible , 16 Sep 2013 February 19th, 2013 | by Charles Q. Choi Temporary electronic tattoos could soon help people fly drones with only thought and talk seemingly telepathically without speech over smartphones, researchers say. Commanding machines using the brain is no longer […] Read more »

These New DVRs Spy On Your Living Room

These New DVRs Spy On Your Living Room With Cameras And Microphones , 16 Sep 2013 Laura Stampler|Dec. 7, 2012, Google TV, Microsoft, Comcast, and now Verizon have all submitted patent applications to create televisions and DVRs that will watch you as you watch TV. Earlier this month, news came […] Read more »

Psychiatry goes insane

Psychiatry Goes Insane Mike Adams, 29 Jan 2013 Every human emotion now classified as a mental disorder in new psychiatric manual DSM-5. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger Editor of NaturalNews.com (NaturalNews) The industry of modern psychiatry has officially gone insane. Virtually every emotion experienced by a human being — sadness, […] Read more »

Hacking the human brain: researchers demonstrate extraction of sensitive data via brain-computer interface

Hacking the human brain: researchers demonstrate extraction of sensitive data via brain-computer interface As hard as it is to believe, what many might think is the last bastion of total privacy, namely, the human mind, is quickly becoming just as vulnerable as the rest of our lives with the invention […] Read more »

The Magnets Made Me Do It Department … Moral Compass in Brain Can Be Controlled By Magnets

The Magnets Made Me Do It Department … Moral Compass in Brain Can Be Controlled By Magnets www.dailymail.co.uk, 29 May 2012 Scientists have discovered a real-life ‘moral compass’ in the brain that controls how we judge other’s behaviour.  The region, which lies just behind the right ear, becomes more active […] Read more »