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Book Review: Influx By Daniel Suarez

Influx is another sensationally action-filled tech thriller by Daniel Suarez.

This time around, the content reads like out of this world super high tech sci-fi.

There are those, however, who believe that a lot of the stuff actually exists outside of the mainstream; sort of the modern version of ‘secret’ or ‘hidden’ knowledge, tools, etc.

“Those heavily invested in the status quo had difficulty thinking outside of it – and were often tainted by it.”

Elements include fusion power, particle physics, quantum computing, quantum mechanics, antigravity, zero gravity, superconductors, energy weaponry, cures for diseases, limitless clean energy, worker robots, genetic enhancement, proprietary genetic sequences, human clones, artificial intelligence, life extension, etc., all reserved for the select few.

And, once again, we are subtly lead to question modern high tech as the be all end all.

The central character is a young guy by the name of Jon Grady.

He is a particle physicist whose research is simultaneously being funded and curbed by a highly secretive, CIA founded, 50 year old, multi-national governmental military/defense research agency.

The BTC (Bureau of Technology Control), tech wise, is some 50 years ahead of everyone else.

Their mission is to continue to develop hyper advanced technology while also keeping the rest of the world in a technological dark age.

“Truly useful knowledge was often pried from the cold dead fingers of failure.”

The existing social order (hierarchy, civilization, patriarchy) must be preserved, more or less, at any cost.

Technological change threatens the existing social order and, so, social and political institutions worldwide exist in order to monitor, control, and ‘harvest’ (steal) technologies presumed to have the potential to be socially and/or politically disruptive.

Grady and his team of researchers are kidnapped, disappeared and made to look to have passed away in a lab accident set up by the agency.

The crew members are then separated and are from then on unable to communicate with one another, not knowing whether the others are alive or dead.

“Growing teeth, bones, and body parts from DNA is trivial to us.”

Grady, after being offered to work for the BTC, refuses to cooperate, and lands in a type of high tech prison that most people would not even be capable of imagining.

Grady’s prison time is what makes this book one of a kind.

Each detail is more astonishing than the previous and yet probably possible, in theory, or so we think based on our very limited knowledge of technology.

All I can say is that if you think your smart phone is awesome wait till you read this book.

Hibernity, a ‘humane’ prison, has been designed for rebellious, non-conformist geniuses in a way that despite their ingenuity they cannot escape.

“Wrong – Right. They’re a matter of perspective.”

This is where the BTC’s true (and truly sick) plans are revealed.

While there’s lots of sick info, not all is dead serious.

There are details in the book that can be described as everything from tragicomic to outright hilarious.

One of the characters, for example, is a genetically modified ‘woman’ named Alexa.

She is monitored at all times by a super intelligent AI and owned by the BTC who have made her hyper sexually appealing, frigid and infertile by default and all at the same time (what a combo).

Alexa exudes an artificial and yet highly effective mix of charm and sex appeal which makes her irresistible to everyone.

In order for her to be made fertile she would need additional modification.

Because her genetic sequence belongs to the BTC, they would have to issue the permission for her to reproduce their proprietary genetic sequence.

Oh, and she is 40 but looks like she’s 20 or something along those lines (lol).

The ‘flux’ in the title refers to a discovery — a method of gravity manipulation via a gravity reflector with horrific results.

The research is driven by megalomaniacs who are attempting to play with the Earth and other planets as if they were toys.

“The seat of consciousness – what’s known as ‘sensorium’ – exists partly as an expression of particle entanglement in higher physical dimensions. The human brain is merely a conduit.”

We learn quite a lot about the Earth’s energy fields.

Ultimately, it is about figuring out how to utilize existing natural energies rather than wasting time and resources to seek, extract and process natural resources and then turn those products into energy.

And it is there that the danger lies.

If energy becomes unlimited, one way or another, life on Earth will be destroyed because they’ll be no end in the number of humans inhabiting it.

The size of our planet is limited and we cannot have, say, a trillion people living on it.

And the more technologically advanced we become, the more people there are.

Whether this is because people live longer or because they produce more children is more or less irrelevant.

It is the overall population number that directly influences everyone’s quality of life including nutrition, air, water, living space, education, etc.

We are at a point at which technological advancements no longer equal higher living standards.

“It is in the nature of consciousness to resist domination.”

This brings up the question of whether it is worth it.

Should we strive to advance technologically and accept a diminished quality of life?

Because, let’s face it: high tech is not a time saver.

It’s the very opposite.

I remember a time, not that long ago, when people didn’t have high tech gadgets but they had time.

Time to rest and relax, spend leisure time with friends, family and colleagues, in nature, you name it.

I don’t see this being the case for most people anymore.

Our recent technological advancements have lead to people making less money, working more, and wasting what little free time they have on virtual toys, basically.

The question that follow, of course, is: what’s next?

Even less free time and more immersion into unreal banality?

Influx is packed with thrill, humor, and nearly constant suspense.

Overall, an absolutely mind blowing page turner.

“Animism was apparently still part of the human psyche.”

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Anti Gravity Technology now in BELGIUM | Mind Blow – YouTube

“It does not matter how pleased an author might be to have converted all the right data into sentences and paragraphs; it matters only whether a large majority of the reading audience accurately perceives what the author had in mind.”
The Science of Scientific Writing » American Scientist

Documentary on top secret antigravity vehicle released |

Zero Point: The Story of Mark McCandlish and the Fluxliner (HQ) on Vimeo

What is antigravity?

Stars at Milky Way Core ‘Exhale’ Carbon, Oxygen – Universe Today
Superfluid and superconductor discovered in star’s core |

Planetary science – Can a planet or other large body be a superconductor? | Space Exploration | Stack Exchange
Exploded Star Reveals Strange New Matter | Space

Compact Objects in Astrophysics: White Dwarfs, Neutron Stars and Black Holes (Astronomy and Astrophy)
Alien Planet Made of Diamond Discovered | Red Ice Radio

What are Gravitons and Why Can’t We See Them?

Fermilab | Science | Inquiring Minds | Is gravity a particle or a wave?
New, simple theory may explain mysterious dark matter | Research News | Vanderbilt University

Gravitoelectromagnetism – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Quantum field theory – Is gravity just electromagnetic attraction? | Physics Stack Exchange

Gravity’s effect on time confirmed | Physics World

“People in the clothing, drapery, carpeting, upholstery and other textile related industries know that after fabrics are exposed to fluorescent lighting for a period of time, the color dyes used in fabrics fade.”
UV Radiation and Fading | Naturalux

Fluorescent lighting – warning about increased fading problems | Model Railroad Hobbyist

The Virtual Keyboard – Projector Keyboard Review – YouTube

Holy Grail: Self-Sustaining Fusion – IEEE Spectrum
We’re One Step Closer to Nuclear Fusion Energy | Wired
Why It’s Taking The U.S. So Long To Make Fusion Energy Work | Huffington Post

Germany’s Nuclear Fusion Experiment Begins With Success – D-brief

“Our dog was put on a raw meat diet and given shark cartilage, vitamins C and E and selenium. The vet said our dog should not have any vaccines. We took the dog to this vet every month, and he took a picture of the dog’s mouth. We were able to watch the tumor shrink. In less than a year, the tumor was gone and the jawbone had grown back.”
Holistic treatment shrinks dog’s tumor | Washington Post

The Alternative Cancer Treatments That Also Shrink Tumors | Cancer Tutor
Alternative Cancer Treatments (Don’t Underestimate Mother Nature) | Cancer Tutor

Healing Cancer Naturally without Drugs, Surgery or Chemotherapy | Healing News
Home Remedies for Cancer | Organic Facts

“As we age, our cells accumulate more and more mutations. Eventually one of them acquires a set of changes in phenotype that allows it to generate an expanding clone of descendants, causing an atheromatous plaque in an artery or an invasive cancer.”
Cancer and the Immortal Strand Hypothesis | Genetics

Cell Research – Does ‘Immortal DNA strand’ exist in ‘immortal’ stem cells? | Nature
DNA asymmetry in stem cells – immortal or mortal? | Journal of Cell Science
A New Look at an Immortal DNA Hypothesis for Stem Cell Self-Renewal | National Center for Biotechnology Information

“In previous blogs I’ve lamented that it would take incredibly large telescope arrays to try and see any details on planets orbiting nearby stars. Even space telescopes envisioned for the next 20-30 years from now could only tease out information about a planet by studying how its light fluctuates, and what colors of light it reflects or absorbs. But the planet will remain a dot of faint light in the largest imaginable telescopes.”
Using The Sun as a Magnifying Glass : Discovery News

Metamaterial Revolution: The New Science of Making Anything Disappear

“France, for instance, gets most of its electrical power from nuclear (fission) reactors, which cost more than a billion dollars to build. Nuclear power provides about 20% of the electricity in the U.S., and the plants also cost in the billions.”
Clean, limitless fusion power could arrive sooner than expected | ExtremeTech

08.11.2008 – Invisibility shields one step closer with new metamaterials that bend light backwards | Berkeley

“The ultimate goal – to produce more energy than the whole experiment consumes – remains a long way off.”
Sustainable nuclear fusion breakthrough raises hopes for ultimate green energy | Science | The Guardian – Gravity bends light, but can it also magnify itself?

“We already have limitless free energy in the form of solar power (which is also fusion energy, by the way). But like fusion energy, the harvesting of this limitless power source cost money. There is nothing about fusion power that makes it seem any cheaper than existing power sources. If anything, it looks more complicated and expensive, with lots and lots of moving parts made from exotic alloys.”
When fusion energy becomes feasible for large-scale power production, what should that essentially limitless energy be put towards? – Quora

Galaxy cluster creates ‘magnifying glass’ in space | Science News for Students

“If cold fusion could be achieved, it would be much easier to implement.”
Fusion Power: Pros and Cons | Triple Pundit

Gigantic Gravity “Lenses” Magnify Galaxies Far, Far Away | NSF – National Science Foundation

Did Nikola Tesla create free energy? | The Libertarian Republic

“25,165 people who died of hunger today. $407,738,159 spent for obesity related diseases in the USA today.”
Worldometers – real time world statistics [03/25/2016]

Obesity killing three times as many as malnutrition – Telegraph
Obesity to Overtake Hunger as the Top Global Health Issue | Articles | Mercola
1 in 5 American Deaths Now Associated with Obesity | Articles | Mercola

Psychotronic and Electromagnetic Weapons: Remote Control of the Human Nervous System | Global Research – Centre for Research on Globalization
Electronic torture, Electromagnetic torture, Microwave torture, Electronic murder, Electromagnetic murder, Microwave murder, Organized murder, Cooked alive, Electronic mind control, Brain zapping
Microwave Detection – Remote Mind Control Technology

“We’re losing our humanity in some vain attempt to feel human.”
Disaster Porn Is The New Thing People Get Off To | Thought Catalog

Sydney Gets The Disaster Porn Treatment In A New World War Z Poster | Gizmodo Australia

James Bond’s Aston Martin DB10 sells at auction for $3.5 million | The Verge

Lattice energy – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“Plasma physics is the study of charged particles and fluids interacting with self-consistent electric and magnetic fields. It is a basic research discipline that has many different areas of application — space and astrophysics, controlled fusion, accelerator physics and beam storage.”
Plasma Physics | Department of Physics | University of Colorado Boulder

How to make an origami polyhedron – YouTube

An Interesting Turn of Events For Proponents of MOND | Futurism
Baryonic dark matter – Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHow do we know Dark Matter is non baryonic? | Physics Stack Exchange

Neil deGrasse Tyson Explains Modified Newtonian Dynamics – YouTube

“Voice, music, and assorted environmental sounds such as clattering dishes or dog barks trigger color and firework shapes that arise, move around, and then fade when the sound ends. Sound often changes the perceived hue, brightness, scintillation, and directional movement.”
Synesthesia – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

WMAP- Content of the Universe | National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Spinning test particles in general relativity: Nongeodesic motion in the Reissner-Nordstrom space-time – INSPIRE-HEP

Geodesics and gravity | The Theoretical Minimum
Geodesics: Gravity is Geometry and not a Force | Mathematics | Florida State University
General relativity – Why would spacetime curvature cause gravity? | Physics Stack Exchange

“A clone would have its own personality, character, intelligence, and talents exactly as identical twins do (who are natural clones stemming from the same egg). You cannot clone a person’s brain or mind, and chance factors, the environment, and a person’s experiences contribute to individual traits.”
Clones Aren’t Exact Copies | Info Please

Doppelgangers Are Not the Same

“Cloning isn’t like you see in the movies.”
Cloning | Understanding Genetics | Stanford at The Tech

Calabi-Yau Manifold

“The 5th dimensional reality is becoming a frequency in which humanity is growing into everyday. Our sights, smells, tastes are all changing as we raise our vibration to match that of the 5th dimension.”
Understanding the 5th Dimension | Humans Are Free

Dr Jeffrey M Schwartz ‘You are not your brain’ at Mind & Its Potential 2011 – YouTube

“Scientists have also said that our planet is reaching closer towards a “zero point” in our magnetic field, which is causing everything to speed up, and make every human being experience a dramatic shift in their perception of reality.”
The 7 Signs That You’re Entering The 5th Dimension – How to Know When You’re In 5D Consciousneess | Enlightened Beings

Become Limitless With Whole Brain Intelligence – Part 1 – YouTube

Discovery of quantum vibrations in ‘microtubules’ inside brain neurons supports controversial theory of consciousness | Science Daily
The Quantum Brain: The Search for Freedom and the Next Generation of Man

Multidimensional Consciousness
Enter the Fourth Dimension to Liberate Your Soul | Creative Spirit
Multidimensional Humanity | Awakening to a Heart-Centered Divine Consciousness | Peter Borys Jr

“5. Awareness of point, line, width and breadth, height, volume, time and spirit. Linear time and space do not bind consciousness here.”
The 12 Dimensions of Consciousness | Peace in Practice

The Technological Singularity and Merging With Machines

Where Artificial Intelligence Is Now and What’s Just Around the Corner | Singularity HUB
The AI Revolution: The Road to Superintelligence | Wait But Why
5 Very Smart People Who Think Artificial Intelligence Could Bring the Apocalypse | TIME

AI Breakthroughs in 2015, the Singularity by 2030 | Breitbart
Kurzweil – Accelerating Intelligence
Superintelligence – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

“Let’s imagine that the superintelligence is to us humans (with our 1016 brain neurons or something like that) as we are to, say, a jellyfish (in the neighborhood 800 brain neurons).”
How Humanity Might Co-Exist with Artificial Superintelligence | Singularity Weblog

The 100 ALIE Theory: The Clan, Commander & Conclave Connection | SciFi Mafia

A.L.I.E. – The 100 Wiki – Wikia

“What is an electrochemical machine? Electrochemical simply means: electrical energy generated from chemical reactions. The human body relies on the flow of electricity.”
The Body is Electric | The Ganja Guru

The human body is an electrochemical machine

“Nature invented software billions of years before we did. “The origin of life is really the origin of software,” says Gregory Chaitin. Life requires what software does (it’s foundationally algorithmic).”
DNA Is Multibillion-Year-Old Software | Big Think

If DNA Is Software, Maybe NASA Has Been Looking For ET Intelligence In The Wrong Place

“Even a cat’s brain smokes the newest iPad — 1,000 times more data storage and a million times quicker to act on it.”
Computers versus Brains – Scientific American

Simulating 1 second of human brain activity takes 82,944 processors | Extreme Tech

“”From a pure energy perspective, the brain is hard to match,” Kwabena Boahen, the bioengineer at Stanford University who led the chip’s development, said in a statement. Not only are personal computers slower, they take 40,000 times more power than the brain to run, Boahen said. [Super-Intelligent Machines: 7 Robotic Futures]”
Human Brain Microchip Is 9,000 Times Faster Than PC | Live Science

Estimate: Human Brain 30 Times Faster than Best Supercomputers | IEEE Spectrum

“In less than two decades, scientists predict we’ll have awesome supercomputer that can perform a trillion billion operations per second – 300,000 times more than computer’s today. The only minor problem is, they would use more electrical energy than the world can currently produce.”
‘Electronic blood’ could one day power computers | Science Alert

The Tragic Story of How Einstein’s Brain Was Stolen and Wasn’t Even Special | Phenomena | National Geographic
The corpus callosum of Albert Einstein‘s brain: another clue to his high intelligence? | National Center for Biotechnology Information

“Einstein’s death 60 years ago was just the start of a strange journey for the most prized part of his anatomy, his brain. Stored in jars and on slides, it is still inspiring awe and scholarly research.”
The strange afterlife of Einstein’s brain | BBC News

Glial Cells In the Brain and How to enhance them? | Science Chat Forum

American Psychiatric Association is a pawn used against political dissent | Puppet Masters |
Ask A Philosopher: What Does New Brain Science Mean For Free Will? | CommonHealth

BBC – Future – Why do we intuitively believe we have free will?
The brain-computer duel: Do we have free will? Researchers test mechanisms involved in decision-making | Science Daily

“Everything that happens – in a physical universe such as ours – must necessarily have an inevitable cause.”
A Scientist’s Defense of Free Will | The Creativity Post

Brain Culture: Shaping Policy through Neuroscience, Pykett

Biological quantum supercomputers devoid of free will Intuition and creativity without free will How quantum brain biology can rescue conscious free will. – PubMed – NCBI
Do quantum effects make our choices our own? | Storify
Towards a scientific concept of free will as a biological trait: spontaneous actions and decision-making in invertebrates

New ‘Biological’ Robots Build Themselves

“Computational creativity (also known as artificial creativity, mechanical creativity or creative computation) is a multidisciplinary endeavor that is located at the intersection of the fields of artificial intelligence, cognitive psychology, philosophy, and the arts.”
Computational creativity – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Creative AI: The robots that would be painters | GizMag

‘Highly creative’ professionals won’t lose their jobs to robots, study finds

“We propose that episodic memory capacity depends on a fundamental neural circuit that is similar across mammalian and avian species, suggesting that protoepisodic memory systems exist across amniotes and, possibly, all vertebrates. The implication is that episodic memory in diverse species may primarily be due to a shared underlying neural ancestry, rather than the result of evolutionary convergence.”
The evolution of episodic memory | The National Center for Biotechnology Information

The Role of Memory in the Evolution of Human Cognition | Western Washington University
What is consciousness without memory? | Philosophy Forums

Consciousness is Memory on Vimeo

“Surprisingly, the critical importance of memory on the question of consciousness has often been overlooked.”
Consciousness Evolved Through Memory | Science Chat Forum

Your Memory Isn’t What You Think It Is | Psychology Today
Why We Remember So Many Things Wrong | The New Yorker

“The research, conducted by Northwestern Medicine and published this week in the Journal of Neuroscience, shows that recalling a memory more often makes that memory less accurate, and that every time you take a memory off the shelf in your brain, you put it back just a tiny bit different.”
You Remember That Wrong: Brain Distorts Memories Every Time It Recalls Them | The Mary Sue

Memory Reconsolidation or Updating Consolidation? | Neural Plasticity and Memory | NCBI Bookshelf
Time to Rethink the Reconsolidation Theory of Memory? | Neuroskeptic

The Forgetting Pill Erases Painful Memories Forever | WIRED
Changing Memories to Treat PTSD | The Atlantic

“It is now clear that, beyond memory, the hippocampus also plays a role in perceiving our visual worlds, processing language, holding information in mind, navigating around environments, creativity, and as my research has shown, imagining the future.”
Linking the Past to the Future Through Memory | Cognitive Neuroscience Society

Can the future affect the past? | Physics World
Past Forward Rule: How DNA/Cellular Memory Works | Heal Past Lives

“If it seems that making ourselves “artificially” smarter is somehow inhuman, it may be that similar activities are actually what made us human.”
Why Cognitive Enhancement Is in Your Future (and Your Past) | The Atlantic

The Roots of Religion: Exploring the Cognitive Science of Religion (Ashgate Science and Religion Series)

Astonishing functions of human brain and miracles of mind – Wikisource, the free online library

Forgetting helps you remember the important stuff, researchers say | News | Stanford
How our brains forget information to make room for new memories | Features | Lifestyle | The Independent

Why Smart People Are Stupid | The New Yorker

Terminology – What is a clairvoyant algorithm? | Computer Science Stack Exchange

Psychic ‘mind-reading’ computer will show your thoughts on screen

“The Clairvoyance Model would quickly learn that you have the frustration tolerance of a gnat. It would sense when you are so aggravated with your computer that you are ready to drag it out to the driveway and run it over with your car.”
Let Inga Tell You: What we need is The Clairvoyant Computer | La Jolla Light

DailyTech – Japanese Make “Delicious”, Nourishing Steaks From Human Feces

“You can compost your corpse and brew wastewater into beer. Increasingly, environmentally-minded people are finding new ways to recycle everything – including themselves.”
Bodies into food and sewage into beer: the hot new thing in recycling | Vital Signs | The Guardian

How to turn sewage into a product people want

EcoSphere Self-Contained Underwater Ecosystems | Abundant Earth
How Self-Sustaining Space Habitats Could Save Humanity from Extinction | io9 | Gizmodo

Global Governance as the Friendly Face of Unaccountable Power | PRIO

How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations | The Intercept
New Snowden Doc Reveals How GCHQ/NSA Use The Internet To ‘Manipulate, Deceive And Destroy Reputations’ | Techdirt

The First Self-Powering Nano-Device That Can Also Transmit Wireless Data | PopSci
Nanotechnology Has Amazing Implications for Surveillance Industry | Tim Prosser’s Futuring Weblog

Quantum teleportation – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Anti-Gravity Mirror: Perception & Light Science Activity | Exploratorium Teacher Institute Project

First ‘Quantum Computer’ No Faster Than Classic PC | Live Science
Google’s Quantum Dream Machine | Technology Review

José Delgado’s “Physical Control of the Mind” | Leuren Moret
Two-photon single-cell optogenetic control of neuronal activity by sculpted light | NCBI
Infrared light excites cells by changing their electrical capacitance |

DNA seen through the eyes of a coder |
DNA-Encoded Sonnets Show New Possibilities in Data Storage | Paste Magazine

Harvard cracks DNA storage, crams 700 terabytes of data into a single gram | Extreme Tech
Bioinformatics Software on the Web | Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

“DNA can be used to store information at a density about a million times greater than your hard drive, report researchers in Science today.”
An Entire Book Written in DNA | Technology Review

Paper-thin Batteries Made from Algae | Live Science

“1 petabyte is one quadrillion bytes.”
Petabyte – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This Algae Battery Could Power A Tesla With 200X The Charge

“Turns out, the incredibly thin fibers found in algae are much more conducive for ions to flow through, making charge time as quick as eleven seconds, according to Tech Crunch.”
Algae batteries cost less and power more | NationSwell

Human eye can see ‘invisible’ infrared light | Science Daily
Humans Can See Infrared Light, Scientists Say | Biology |

Affordable Hypersonic Jets Could Be High-Flying Reality by 2023 | Live Science
Photos: Hypersonic Jet Could Fly 10 Times the Speed of Sound | Live Science

Jobo JIBNA1 Smartcam Nano Digital Video Action Camera 8 MP WiFi Full HD
Winait 5MP Mini 5mp Worlds Smallest Hd Digital Video Camera Spy Camera Video Recorder Hidden Cam DV DVR with 1280 X 960 Resolution

Worlds smallest Camera WIRELESS – YouTube

The Human Mind: BEYOND THE BRAIN |

SS Francisco Morazan (1922) – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Will Antimatter Destroy the World? | Live Science

Study Says Carbon Nanotubes as Dangerous as Asbestos | Scientific American

Packaging with argon helps keep food fresh | Telegraph
Living Without a Refrigerator – 5 Easy Ways to Preserve Food Without Electricity | Modern Homesteading

“Up to about 10% of our supposedly “fresh” fruit and vegetables came from overseas in 2011–12.”
Fresh food tricks – shopping – CHOICE [September 2014]

Science based – A city to last ten million years: Construction | Worldbuilding Stack Exchange

“Written largely as a thought experiment, it outlines, for example, how cities and houses would deteriorate, how long man-made artifacts would last, and how remaining life forms would evolve. Weisman concludes that residential neighborhoods would become forests within 500 years, and that radioactive waste, bronze statues, plastics, and Mount Rushmore would be among the longest- lasting evidence of human presence on Earth.”
The World Without Us – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The World Without Us
Life After People – Life After People Wiki | Wikia

Nano Green Building | SlideShare

Nano green building from Robin Wright

History Of ‘New Energy’ Invention Suppression Cases | Rense
The Orion Project – Suppressed Energy Technologies
Multiple Scientists Confirm The Reality of Free Energy – Here’s The Proof | Collective-Evolution

New Energy Inventions: Clean, Green, Renewable Energy Inventions | Want To Know
Nikola Tesla was Ruined by Elitists then Murdered to Stop Him from Giving Free Energy to the World | Conspiracy Watch

How Corporations Corrupt Science at the Public’s Expense (2012) | Union of Concerned ScientistsHank Campbell: The Corruption of Peer Review Is Harming Scientific Credibility | WSJ
Not even trying: the corruption of real science

“Pressure on scientists to publish has led to a situation where any paper, however bad, can now be printed in a journal that claims to be peer-reviewed.”
Publish-or-perish: Peer review and the corruption of science | David Colquhoun | Science | The Guardian

Science for Sale: Get Your Very Own Industry-Funded Studies Today! – YouTube

Science for Sale: How the US Government Uses Powerful Corporations and Leading Universities to Support Government Policies, Silence Top Scientists, Jeopardize Our Health, and Protect Corporate Profits

Free Energy For The World Would Lead To Massive Population Growth, page 1 | Above Top Secret

“Once you look more closely at the root cause of the current human population bubble — and the destruction of nature we’ve caused in the last century — it becomes obvious that unless humanity suddenly gains a whole new set of ethics, the introduction of free energy technology could be disastrous for the future of human civilization.”
Free Energy Technology Could Destroy the Natural World (But It Doesn’t Have To) –

Science for Sale: The Perils, Rewards, and Delusions of Campus Capitalism

“If a person looks at how ecological systems work together, one cannot help but be impressed by how the whole system (except possibly for humans, which are out of synch) works together.”
How The Human Population Explosion Defies Nature |

The End of Nature

“Four years after London introduced a fee on motor vehicles entering the city center, car traffic had fallen by 36% while bicycle trips increased by 49%.”
Sustainability: Carrying Capacity & Ecological Footprints of WOA!! | World Population Awareness and World Overpopulation Awareness

Physics of the Future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100
The Covert Sphere: Secrecy, Fiction, and the National Security State

“Our salvation as a species lies in reconnecting with our natural roots.”
The Open-Source Everything Manifesto: Transparency, Truth, and Trust – Robert David Steele | Google Books

Warped Passages: Unraveling the Mysteries of the Universe’s Hidden Dimensions
Legacy of Ashes: The History of the CIA

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