Category: Technology


European Space Agency Approves Plan to Colonize the Moon

Moon Colony Gets Green Light, Brings Great Business Opportunity for Those Who Can Afford It. Would You Visit a “Space Bar”? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report The idea of colonizing Earth’s moon and creating a whole world from scratch has always been a notion of science-fiction, until now NBC reports. The European Space […]

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Government Software to Monitor and Rank Social Media Users

Government Agencies are Soliciting for a Citizen Ranking Program that Will Monitor Your Friends and Associations On-Line Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Government agencies are soliciting for software to be created that will monitor information on social networks in real time and even contact users. The Orwellian system will report on “sentiment analysis,” “influence identification,” will have […]

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Disney Develops Gravity Defying Robot

Robots that Can Climb Walls are on Their Way Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Disney Research firms Zurich and ETH, plan to develop a more versatile drone capable of climbing walls, buildings and just about any surface. In order for the robot to climb up walls, VertiGo uses two propellers mounted on its back, as well as inner […]

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Drones with 3D Printers That Create Mini-Drones are Coming Soon: Watch Video

BAE Systems is Creating Flying Drones with Laser Canons that Can Print Mini-Drones Mid-flight Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report British defense company, BAE Systems, and the Ministry of Defense, released information they’re designing drones armed with laser canons with the ability to create mini-drones throughout it’s mission. The on-board 3d printer will produce […]

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New Analytics Tool Can Predict Police Misconduct

City Council in Charlotte Vote to Pioneer New Predictive Analytics Misconduct Tool For Police Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report A new predictive analytics tool may be able to prevent police misconduct by using meta data and historical records, FiveThirtyEight reports. The city council in Charlotte, North Carolina, voted to move forward and pioneer a new forecasting […]

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Flying Drone Billboards are Coming Soon

Helium Filled Drone Aircraft dubbed “Eye in the Sky,” Will Display Billboards Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Aerotain’s Skye project aims to fill our sky with a fleet of hovering drones that advertise to you. The 10ft round, blimp-like drone dubbed “the eye in the sky,” will have the ability to livestream video and […]

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Micro-Robots Pull 1.8 Ton Car, Watch the Video

Are Micro Robots the Tow Trucks of the Future? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report In a recent Standford University experiment, 6 micro-robots teamed together to pull a 1.8 ton vehicle. The microTug robots alone can pull over 2,000 times their own weight. The machines utilize special gecko inspired “shoes,” which allow the microbots to pull more than […]

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NASA Admits Original Moon Landing Tapes Got Erased

The Originals Were Part of 200,000 Tapes that Were Magnetically Erased Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report NASA admitted in 2006 that they could not locate the authentic video copy of the Moon landing that took place on July 20, 1969. Since then, Richard Nafzger, an engineer at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center has solved […]

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Mark Holley explains what he thinks is an ancient carving of a mastodon carved into a rock recently found in 40 feet of water in Grand Traverse Bay. The red lines follow etchings made in the rock, he said.

Stonehenge Discovered Under Lake Michigan with Carvings of Mastodon

Could there be a Stonehenge at the bottom of lake Michigan? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Stone structures found at the bottom of Lake Michigan with striking similarities to England’s Stonehenge, were recently discovered alongside a boulder with a prehistoric carving of a mastodon. The potential megalithic site was found when Mark Holley, a professor of underwater archeology at Northwestern Michigan University College, […]

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Judge Rules In Favor of Man Who Shot Down Drone for Hovering in Backyard

Kentucky Judge Dismisses All Charges Against Man Who Shot Down Drone Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Judge Rebecca Ward has cleared charges against William Merideth for destroying a drone which was hovering over his property with a shotgun, claiming the drone was an invasion of privacy, local TV station WDRB-TV reports. “He had a right to shoot at […]

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Facebook is Monitoring Your Emotions Using “Like” Emojis

Why is Facebook Interested in Your Emotions? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Facebook has upgraded their “like” button to allow users to display their current feelings on posts, by selecting an emoji. The data will help Facebook develop a more detailed profile ranking on you. The company has already admitted to using the new feature for social engineering, according to Tech.Mic. The technology news website claims,  “Facebook […]

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Animal-Human Hybrid Bill Prevents Creation of Mythological Creatures

Should We Be Designing Mythological Creatures such as Werewolves and Centaurs? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Georgia Representative, Tom Kirby warned scientists at Cornell University are splicing human and animal DNA. Kirby claims scientists are using embryos of jellyfish, combined with human genetic material, which may lead to the creation of animal-human hybrids.“Everybody always asks,” said Rep. Tom Kirby, repeating the question: […]

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Google Executive Announces it’s now Possible to Live to be 500 Years Old

Would You Live to be 500 Years Old if this Technology Was Offered To You? Kristan T. Harris | American Intelligence Report Would you like to live longer, maybe even decide when you die? Thirteen years after scientists pinpointed the Methuselah gene, Google Ventures president, Bill Maris, believes it is now possible to live until […]

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