China’s first industrial robot production line is expected to start operation in the northeastern city of Shenyang this month.
By Joanna Glasner
Synthetic biology, which uses engineered gene sequences to create new biological systems and devices, used to be a subject for futurists and sci-fi writers.
By Paul Joseph Watson
The U.S. Army is preparing to fight political dissidents who challenge the power of the state as “megacities” become the battleground of the future, according to a new report in the Army Times.
By Sebastian Anthony
DARPA, on the back of the US government’s BRAIN program, has begun the development of tiny electronic implants that interface directly with your nervous system and can directly control and regulate many different diseases and chronic conditions, such as arthritis, PTSD, inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease), and depression.
By DANIEL TAYLOR
In the ongoing effort by the establishment to demonize the Tea Party and resistance to an expanding federal government, a new narrative is emerging that could provide justification for a nation-wide crackdown on dissent.
By Kim Johnson
A military training exercise has some in downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul looking to the skies and asking questions.
It’s a scene that looks straight out of an action movie. This week, a handful of low-flying black helicopters are buzzing just over rooftops and in between buildings.
Congress Members Who Approve Militarization of U.S. Police Receive 73% More Money from Defense Industry
Americans of all stripes oppose the militarization of U.S. police forces.
- A December 2013 Reason-Rupe poll found that 58% of Americans thought thatpolice militarization has gone too far
- A new Pew research poll shows that a plurality of people think that thepolice have gone too farin Ferguson, Missouri