Christina Sarich – The ‘facts’ surrounding Prince Roger Nelson’s death are astonishing.
Alex Pietrowski – Research into the effects of government spying proves how dangerous it is to the individual.
Jay Dyer – The coming technocracy is not something to come in the distant future, but is a present reality.
Video – Google is being criticized over a controversial new service, Your Timeline, that reveals just how much it knows about the places you go.
Smart meters are proving to be extraordinary surveillance devices.
Valerie Tarico – Why do churches need a means to engage in unfettered surveillance of their members?
Katherine Carroll – Nano-robotics is gaining momentum in health care and other niche markets, but what does this mean for your privacy?
Catherine J. Frompovich – The most egregious of all problems with ‘smart meters’ is the apparent adverse health effects from the electromagnetic radiation they send into personal homes.
Terence Newton, Staff Writer Waking Times Without much of a mentionable public debate about the implementation of police state surveillance and tracking technologies in our society, we are quickly moving into an era where personal liberty and privacy do not exist. For those of us who grew up without being monitored and tracked everywhere we […]
Jamie Lee, Contributor Waking Times Editor’s Note: This is part II of James Lee’s series on the state of modern education. Part I can be found here. “We are not speaking of education in the narrower sense, but of that other education in virtue from youth upwards, which makes a man eagerly pursue the ideal […]
Zen Gardner, Guest Waking Times If it’s not obvious enough already, the world is being stealthily submersed into a fishbowl mentality. Apparently we are all being watched. Or so they say. Pretty clever meme if you ask me, further imposing an even deeper subconscious relinquishing of privacy and personal freedom. The more they pound on […]
Barbara Alice Mann, Reality Sandwich Waking Times Anyone who ever had The Scarlet Letter inflicted on her in high school is well aware of the lynchpin of Puritan violence: the omnipresent eye, watching, watching, watching to censor all inner thoughts, vague transgressions, or other fleeting expressions, even before they formulate consciously. The worst part of being Hester […]
Torrent Freak Waking Times As citizens around the world endure Internet censorship of all types, a Japanese university has stepped in to level the playing field. Whether you’re in Iran or China and blocked from YouTube, Twitter or Facebook, or in the UK desperate to get back on The Pirate Bay, KAT or H33T, a […]
J.P. Hicks, Contributing Writer Waking Times Since the theft of depositors in Cyprus, Bitcoin has reached amazing new heights in both popularity and value. Over a $1 billion of Bitcoins are now in circulation. People all over the world are beginning to realize the value of financial anonymity and the utility of using crypto-currencies. Peer-to-peer […]
Raluca Schachter, Guest Writer Waking Times Just when you thought modern technology in the wrong hands of profit driven companies can’t possibly destroy your health, soil, air, food and water any worse than it already does…something even more monstrous is cooking in their “money making oven”! This time it is called SMART METER! The only “smart” […]
Katherine Carroll, Green Med Info Waking Times Terrorism – or the perceived threat of it – has turned democracies into paranoid armed camps in which the state feels justified in assuming that every citizen is a potential terrorist.” – John Naughton We are the last ones to board the flight to LA. It’s not the […]
Hand Held X-ray Devices on The Horizon As Engineers Develop Compact Sources of Radiation Emitting Scanners
Marco Torres, Prevent Disease Waking Times Scientists and engineers appear to be playing a very dangerous game when it comes to scanning technology. How many more radiation emitting devices can people take? A University of Missouri engineering team has invented a compact source of X-rays and other forms of radiation. The radiation source, which is […]