Cyborg Soldier 2050 Deep Dive — We Have The Documents: Part 1

Cyborg Soldier 2050 Deep Dive — We Have The Documents: Part 1 By Jason Bermas Activist Post Editor’s Note: Apparently, we are officially living in a SciFi film. In 1992, Universal Soldier fictionalized the arrival of genetically enhanced machines, super soldiers and Transhumanism. Now it’s part of the daily news cycle. Jason covers the latest article from the Daily Mail that puts the target date of 2050 when these “enhancements will be widely available.” But this goes far beyond the headlines, as it’s a U.S. military program decades in the…

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DARPA Seeks “Militarized Microbes” So They Can Spread Genetically Modified Bacteria

DARPA Seeks “Militarized Microbes” So They Can Spread Genetically Modified Bacteria By Mac Slavo The Pentagon’s DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) wants to be able to spread genetically modified bacteria as “explosives sensors.” The United States government could very well be looking into ways to militarize microbes. The Pentagon has teamed up with Raytheon for this project, which seems like it should come straight out of a dystopian science fiction story. The government wants to develop a system capable of delivering genetically modified bacteria underground, according to a report…

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ATLAS Video Shows Massive Evolution in DARPA’s Humanoid Robot

ATLAS Video Shows Massive Evolution in DARPA’s Humanoid Robot By Activist Post As most readers of Activist Post know, we have been chronicling the evolution of humanoid robots for years. Jason Bermas breaks down the latest developments with one robot in particular that we previously highlighted – ATLAS – brought to us by DARPA through Boston Dynamics. ATLAS has now broken free from its formerly tethered state from just a couple of years ago and is now flipping through the air and moving like a gymnast. As Jason states, even…

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Linking Brains to Computers: How New Implants are Helping us Achieve this Goal

Linking Brains to Computers: How New Implants are Helping us Achieve this Goal Activist Post Editor’s Note: Regular readers should be well aware of the warnings we have been putting out for years about the arrival of technology that will link brains to computers via implants, smart dust, Elon Musk’s Neuralink and more. It is our continuing mission to bring you the latest in this field of neuroscience research. The roots of this technology can be found in programs from DARPA and other military-directed research that is primarily intended for…

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Pentagon Wants To Police Social Media Fake News And Deep Fakes

Pentagon Wants To Police Social Media Fake News And Deep Fakes By Aaron Kesel The U.S. wants to use the military’s Pentagon arm to police fake news online; what can possibly go wrong? According to reports, the Pentagon’s DARPA research agency has announced it will deploy online cyber forces to watch for “large-scale, automated disinformation attacks,” using specialized software to detect deep fakes of photos, videos and audio clips, Bloomberg reported. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants custom software that can unearth fakes hidden among more than 500,000 stories,…

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DARPA Wants A Huge Underground Facility On Short Notice

DARPA Wants A Huge Underground Facility On Short Notice By Mac Slavo DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) is looking for a large underground facility and they need it within days. Known for their secretive and ominous projects, DARPA explained in a tweet that the ideal location would be “several city blocks with complex layouts and multiple stories.” According to a report by Gizmodo, DARPA sent out a tweet on Wednesday that’s making people a little nervous. The agency wants a large underground facility for “testing” of some sort and…

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Mad Scientists Creating Mini-Brains And Makeshift DARPA Underground Facilities!

Mad Scientists Creating Mini-Brains And Makeshift DARPA Underground Facilities! By Jason Bermas DARPA is unofficially known as the mad science division of the Pentagon for a good reason. Now they apparently need a couple of city blocks underground to do some experiments, according to a recent DARPA tweet. Most of what we see rolling out the public is, of course, already done. Jason Bermas covers the ethics – or lack thereof – behind these announcements to continue modifying and manipulating nature.  Also Read from Activist Post: Lab-Grown Kidney Organoids…

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The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know

The Secrets of Silicon Valley: What Big Tech Doesn’t Want You to Know By corbettreport Once a sleepy farming region, Silicon Valley is now the hub of a global industry that is transforming the economy, shaping our political discourse, and changing the very nature of our society. So what happened? How did this remarkable change take place? Why is this area the epicenter of this transformation? Discover the dark secrets behind the real history of Silicon Valley and the Big Tech giants in this important edition of The Corbett Report.…

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RoboBee Insect Drone Does Not Need a Power Source to Take Flight for Surveillance

RoboBee Insect Drone Does Not Need a Power Source to Take Flight for Surveillance By Nicholas West For many years we have been discussing the arrival of drones that are designed to mimic nature.  The concept of insect drones, however, dates back much further into the 1970s when a dragonfly drone was created by the CIA. Curiously enough, the dragonfly structure was, at the time, thought to be more efficient than the bumblebee drone they had been working on.  As stated by IEEE Spectrum, In the 1970s the CIA had…

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Scientists Getting Closer to “Smart Dust” Brain Implants That Communicate Via Wireless Network

Scientists Getting Closer to “Smart Dust” Brain Implants That Communicate Via Wireless Network By Nicholas West Neural Dust – “Smart Dust” – previously entered mainstream discussion via the 2016 Independent article: “Tiny implant could connect humans and machines like never before.” It was implied to be a new technology that can wirelessly link a human brain to a computer via the implantation of a device the size of a grain of sand. This invention, however, is much older and was officially supported by the National Nanotechnology Initiative 2011 Strategic Plan.…

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