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Paralyzed woman learns to fly F-35 simulator

A woman paralysed by the onset of a rare genetic condition has taught herself how to fly the F-35 simulator. Jan Schuerman, who has no mobility from the neck down, had implants surgically inserted into her brain three years ago as part of a DARPA project. 197 more words


Hacking your cars!

Here is a new report by Massachusetts Democratic Senator Ed Markey on the possibilities of car hacking and which was featured in a recent 60 minutes report. 118 more words

Objects - Materialities

The Curtain - A Novel: Truth or Fiction

How much of The Curtain – A Novel is fact and how much of it is fiction? Certainly many of the assertions are sensationalized or outright fabricated right? 1,099 more words

People Are Not Products

GWEN Towers

{Editor’s Note: GWEN towers are popping up everywhere in America; rural, hilltops, mountain areas, suburbs, and cities. The cover story is that they’re supposed to be used for cell phone communications, but as this article reveals, Big Brother has something far more insidious in mind.

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Future Technology

Revolutionizing Prosthetics: Climbing to New Heights

 An Army volunteer amputee tries out the DEKA Arm System on a rock climbing wall at the Center for the Intrepid. The advanced prosthesis was developed on a rapid schedule under DARPA’s Revolutionizing Prosthetics program.

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