Five cities win the Smart Cities Council Readiness Challenge Grant

  Source: Tech Republic | Teena Maddox There were 133 cities vying for one of five spots as part of a grant program from the Smart Cities Council. Find out the winning
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Elon Musk Plans To Install Computers Directly Into Human Brains

  via: Technocracy.news | By JASPER HAMILL  Musk fears that AI will turn him into a house cat, so he says we must merge it into our brain via ‘neural lace’ or other
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Google’s Jigsaw To Be Used To Undermine Alternative Media?

  Source: Activist Post | By Kurt Nimmo   In this premier episode of The Geopolitical Report with Kurt Nimmo, we examine Google’s Jigsaw, an emerging technology that will be used on
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Billionaires Technocrats Are Convinced We Live In The Matrix

Source: Technocracy.news | BY: ANDREW GRIFFIN Elon Musk says he was sitting in a hot tub when he had the realization that we live in a computer simulation like the Matrix. Now
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Princeton Exposes New Web ‘Trackers’ That Are Spying On You

  Source: Technocracy.news | By: BEN POPKEN Cookies? Forget cookies! Sophisticated web sites can now track you by your browser and computer ‘fingerprint’ with uncanny accuracy. In the Total Surveillance Society, nothing
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Russia’s new passenger plane cheaper, lighter and stronger than rivals

  Source: PressTV Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev attends a ceremony to present the Irkut MC-21 mid-range jet airliner at the Irkutsk Aviation Plant (Irkut Corporation) in Irkutsk, Russia, on
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New Tech Shows Why You Can’t Trust Anything You See on the News

Published on Mar 20, 2016  I’m not even sure what to write for a description. What else can you say? It’s the Matrix. More info on Stanford’s website: http://www.graphics.stanford.edu/~nie… Face2Face:
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Did the Starman fall from planet Tavistock?

Orwelliania | Winston Smith | February 15, 2013 I would like to say at the outset that I have always been a great admirer of the music of David Bowie, who has
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Printer giant Lexmark fires Mexico factory workers demanding $0.35 raise

The Guardian | Nina Lakhani, Mexico City; Sam Thielman, New York | 15 December 2015 11.27 EST Last modified Wednesday 16 December 201514.42 EST Around 120 were let go from the Júarez Lexmark plant after striking, and layoffs
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Electronic Skin From Sheet of Circuits, Lighter Than a Feather

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Undercover FBI agents spy on Burning Man festival to prevent ‘terrorism’ and test out new ‘intelligence collection’ technology

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/ DARREN BOYLE FBI agents have been ‘intelligence gathering’ at the alternative festival since 2010, they admitted They claimed it was needed to ‘aid in the prevention of terrorist activites and intelligence
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DETROIT: ‘Smart’ freeway rises on I-96, I-696

Detroit News | Michael Martinez  The Michigan Department of Transportation has installed its first sets of sensors and cameras along 20 miles of Interstate 96 and I-696 in Metro Detroit
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How Information Will Destroy Crony Capitalism

“The first major shift is marked by a reduced need for work made glaringly obvious by the rise of automation. It’s not yet fully understood how our society will adjust
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New York Stock Exchange Comes to Screeching Halt – Stocks Plunge

“Based on what I’ve seen in the past, these type of things are usually some sort of issues related to an upgrade, maybe to handle the excessive traffic that’s constantly
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Ray Kurzweil Confirms Upcoming INHUMAN Documentary, Says Humans WILL Be Hybrids Soon

“We’ll also be able to fully back up our brains. “We’re going to gradually merge and enhance ourselves,” he said. “In my view, that’s the nature of being human —
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Archons And Mind Parasites And Extremophiles, Oh My!

“Is it possible that mankind could be driven subconsciously by another infective force more powerful than ignorance, more persuasive than propaganda, and more controlling than hypnosis? And if this possibility
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Researchers ‘Hack’ the Broken Cellular Signals Behind Cancer

“Hacking” is a fraught term when it comes to biology, so often taken up by body modification goofballs and-or those that envision biotechnology in its most science-fictional terms. But when
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US Spends $20 Million on Missile to “Destroy Any Target in the World in One Hour”

(ANTIMEDIA) Can you fathom something worse than nuclear weapons? Can you imagine weapons that are more ‘practical’ and surgical to be used to spread “peace” and “democracy” to oil rich countries in the
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Straight talk on technology: “Freedom is more important than innovation”

Source: Brass Check TV Trading your freedom for gadgets? Here’s a software genius who says you might want to rethink that. Free vs. prison software. Provocative. Takeaway quotes: “Malicious technology
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GMOs, inflammation and disease

NaturalHealth365.com offers this exclusive interview with Jeffrey Smith, a leading consumer advocate promoting the health benefits of non-GMO food choices. Video highlights include: How genetically engineered foods got approved. (shocking
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