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spinal nanotech project by DARPA

Many new technologies worked on and invented by factions like DARPA , initially aim to remove a soldier from the war zone and operate remotely. Some of these tech's are using bio-chip technologies .,essentially chip tech that intergrates with biology. While the projects and theory's of further […]

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Gary McKinnon's hacking case and asymmetric foundations of secrecy.

The hacker Gary McKinnon had a lot of publicity during the time of an older project we ran under the name of 'the reality explorations project' , if you were a reader you will see many similarities in this sites content. The paper known as Daily Mail published Gary’s story at the time. Gary's crime […]

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A BRIEF HISTORY AND DRIVE BEHIND DARPA ACCORDING TO DARPA THEMSELVES AND GENERAL PERSPECTIVE

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DARPA’s history and drive appears to date back to the 1970's when they saw many vulnerabilities of U.S. aircraft and their on-board equipment was easy in terms of detection and attack by potential enemies, who were deploying new SAM'S (surface-to-air missiles) technology , These systems integrated […]

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DARPA AND BIO INTEGRATED CHIP TECHNOLOGIES

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  Here we go into the void of the fringe once more and find one of many seemingly separate dots that once connected make a much bigger picture. Its people like us @ the EMP and others who have a high curiously about what's next for mankind's technological advancements and have said the next major […]

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DARPA'S 3D PRINTED SOUND CLOAKING DEVICE

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Darpa have created an invisibility cloak for sound. This deceivingly simple looking tech could hide objects from sonar although its creation was anything but simple and required some complex math. Engineers from Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, claim that unlike other efforts, the […]

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