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DARPA Requests Magic

US military Hi-Tech bureau DARPA has outdone itself this time, issuing a request for “intelligent” electronic components and chemicals which can “self-organise” themselves to form complex items such as routers, fuel cells, biofuel factories or medical drugs.” Indeed, reading between the lines it appears as though the our American killboffins are


Sensitive US Defense Contract Information Surfaces in Ghana

A team of journalists investigating the global electronic waste business has unearthed a security problem too. In a Ghana market, they bought a computer hard drive containing sensitive documents belonging to U.S. government contractor Northrop Grumman.

The drive had belonged to a Fairfax, Virginia, employee who still works for the company and contained “hundreds and


Is Your Cell Phone Tapped

Careful your cell phone may be eavesdropping. Thanks to recent developments in “spy phone” software, a do-it-yourself spook can now wirelessly transfer a wiretapping program to any mobile phone. The programs are inexpensive, and the transfer requires no special skill. The would-be spy needs to get his hands on your phone to press keys authorizing


North Korea’s Launch Plans Elicit Non-Specific Warning From Obama

The United States military is prepared for the possibility that North Korea may attempt to launch a missile toward Hawaii, President Barack Obama said in remarks released on Sunday.

“This administration — and our military — is fully prepared for any contingencies,” Obama said in an interview with CBS television when asked


Thousands of Deadly Pathogen Vials Missing…AGAIN!

Here we go again!, We Reported in April About a similar incident that happened shortly before the swine flu first broke out in Mexico…hint, hint..CONNECTION!?…Now This, Unreal, Inept act exquisitely performed by our wonderful Overpaid Morons! An inventory of potentially deadly pathogens at Fort Detrick’s infectious disease


Cops Gear Up With Military Weapons

[flashvideo filename= /] Like other law enforcers, West Springfield officers carry the usual handguns, handcuffs, pepper spray and ammunition.

Unlike most police departments, this particular police force is also equipped with 2 grenade launchers, 4 M-14 semi-automatic rifles and one M-21 sniper rifle.

According to the Boston Globe, West Springfield is one of


Frisking at a Distance

A police scanner reminscent of the hi-tech gadgets in films such as Robocop which can detect weapons hidden beneath a criminal’s clothing has been developed.

The lightweight handheld unit uses high frequency microwaves to see through clothes and pick up “reflections” of concealed guns or knives from a distance of several metres.

Intelligent software then


Hillary Warns Iran of Israeli First Strike

Hillary Clinton refused yesterday to rule out a pre-emptive Israeli military strike on Iran. It was the first time that a senior member of the Obama Administration had openly discussed such a possibility.

The US Secretary Of State, speaking a few days before elections in Iran that will determine the fate of President Ahmadinejad,


XM25 Rifle: Laser Guided Smart Bullets

It would be hard to describe a bullet as smart, but what if that bullet was laser-guided, radio-controlled, and carried an onboard targeting CPU? The US Army has announced the creation of the XM25 rifle, which can fire a new type of explosive round that fit that exact description. Imagine the implications: hitting


U.S. Terror Aid Abused by Pakistan

Pakistan diverted U.S. aid meant for fighting Taliban terrorists to bolster its conventional warfare capabilities against India, documents indicate.

U.S. Defense Department documents accessed by the Press Trust of India reveal Islamabad secretly diverted a substantial portion of nearly $7 billion in foreign military financing and arms sales from the administration of former U.S. President


Billion Year Data Storage

Recently a team of physicists led by Alex Zettl of the University of California, Berkeley, has created a carbon nanotube–based electromechanical memory device that they say can store bits safely for up to a billion years. Details of the advance, which is being acknowledged by independent experts as a breakthrough, will be reported


U.K Intelligence Insider Blows Whistle

The former head of MI6 has hit out at ‘striking and disturbing’ invasions of privacy by the Big Brother state.

Sir Richard Dearlove, who led the Secret Intelligence Service from 1999 to 2004, claimed some were an ‘abuse’ of the law.

He attacked the ‘loss of liberties’ caused by expanding surveillance powers and described some


CIA Secret Transmitters Target Terror

The CIA is equipping Pakistani tribesmen with secret electronic transmitters to help target and kill al-Qaida leaders in the north-western tribal belt, in a tactic that could aid Pakistan’s army as it takes the battle against extremism to the Taliban heartland. As the army mops up Taliban resistance in the Swat valley, where a defence


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