The march continues to accelerate toward a future of biometric ID for all travel.
Regular readers might know that over the past several months I’ve been covering some disturbing developments at airports in the U.S.
Scientists have successfully edited the DNA of human embryos to erase a heritable heart condition, cracking open the doors to a controversial new era in medicine.
A Wisconsin company is about to become the first in the U.S. to offer microchip implants to its employees.
Yes, you read that right.
Homeland Security’s advice for the millions of Americans traveling overseas who don’t want to end up in its facial biometric database is simply not to travel.… Read More
The man who designed the NSA’s electronic intelligence gathering system (Bill Binney) sent us an affidavit which he signed on the Fourth of July explaining that the NSA is still spying on normal, every day Americans … and not focused on stopping terror attacks (I’ve added links to provide some background):
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The attacks on September 11, 2001 completely changed how the NSA conducted surveillance ….
What is consensus science?
As a researcher, I’ve come to regard the word “consensus” as equivalent to “conspiracy-like” insofar as one segment of science research agrees either to accept or not to accept research that is either favorable or unfavorable to their specific vested interests.… Read More
Researchers at the University of Texas at Austin recently completed a comprehensive study illustrating the effects of smartphones on the human brain.