Technology June 2012 Archives
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$2.5 Billion Siphoned From Financial Institutions So Far.
Futurists call merger of humans with androids Evolution.
Australian research scientists have developed a strategy for fighting Dengue fever, a viral disease spread by mosquitoes that affects more than 50 million people annually and causes fever and crippling joint and muscle pain—and in some cases even death.
Military drones have worked just fine for armies to remotely carry out their attacks on enemies. It has also proven lethal when chasing down supposed terrorists in Pakistan and Afghanistan where US led military attacks have murdered innocent children, men and women
The United States and Israel jointly developed a sophisticated computer virus nicknamed Flame that collected critical intelligence in preparation for cyber-sabotage attacks aimed at slowing Iran’s ability to develop a nuclear weapon, according to Western officials with knowledge of the effort.
The In Vivo technology would also have commercial applications for physiological monitoring of patients.
“Unless you are a criminal, then you’ve nothing to worry about from this new law.” How many times have humans heard that old saw? Only as many times as governments have taken away more of their liberties in the name of fighting crime.
In the past two months, The Real Agenda has informed readers about the agenda pushed by Transhumanists to end the human race as we know it and to bring in the era of the neo human. This new era, has already started with the forced re-engineering of our planet and us humans.
Software giants will use military-grade cameras to take powerful satellite images
Taxes on large Internet providers is an attempt to set the precedent that taxes on the Web are somehow a good idea.
American experts have developed a blood test which they claim could be used to routinely screen fetuses for more than 3,000 genetic conditions such as cystic fibrosis and muscular dystrophy.
This move by the technology giant shouldn’t be understood as an attempt to keep user information safe. Google, a government-sponsored data mining operation is perhaps the largest violator of privacy on the Internet.
The Internet could someday look very different and be less open and free if a proposal for the International Telecommunications Union, an arm of the United Nations, to take over management of the Internet comes to pass, critics of the proposal say.
Microchip implants have become standard practice for our pets, but have been a tougher sell when it comes to the idea of putting them in people.
The French government is to ban a pesticide made by Swiss giant Syngenta used in rapeseed cultivation that has been found to shorten bees’ lifespan, Agriculture Minister Stephane Le Foll said Friday.
Technology promises to fuse human cells and computers.
The analogy of how children are grown as vegetables and indoctrinated through the traditional school system is a useful tool to understand what society is like today. One could think of the planet as a gigantic production line, where people are born, allegedly educated, grown into families and neighborhoods, where they work and live.
Treatment with bisphosphonates — drugs that offset bone loss associated with menopause — may be linked to femur fractures, Swiss researchers say.
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