DARPA’s Arsenal: Bullets That Never Miss, Weaponized Insects, Super Soldiers

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DARPA’s Technocrat engineers and scientists apply advanced technology for a single utilitarian purpose: to automate the killing of humans. Of course, other nations have their own versions of DARPA. This alone suggests that Technocracy’s promise of Utopia is completely false. ⁃ TN Editor

DARPA, a top-secret and very controversial US army research lab, is behind a raft of shocking futuristic weapons – and many of their space-age creations are ready to be deployed at any moment

Bullets that never miss, super soldiers with extreme strength and robot warriors capable of rising up against humans may sound like the stuff of science fiction… but the truth is that they have all already been developed.

A top-secret US government body called the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is behind these space-age innovations, which it has developed as part of its mission to revolutionise the way America fights the wars of the future. (Just think of Q’s lab in James Bond, but for the US army).

Ever since it was established in 1958, DARPA has been the subject of conspiracy theories claiming – among other things – that the agency was covering up UFO landings, trying to develop mind control and working on Earth-shattering super-weapons like death rays.

However, as far-fetched as these claims may be, the truth is that DARPA has already developed new technologies which are just as fantastical and which are just as likely to change the world – perhaps beyond recognition.

But with DARPA’s current controversial projects including unchecked AI software and the potential for weaponised insects, there’s no doubt that these innovations of the future can be just as influential.

Sniper bullets which hone in on targets

Imagine the incredible potential of a sniper bullet that changes its trajectory after it’s been fired, guaranteeing that the shooter never misses.

EXACTO, or Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance bullets does exactly this, turning huge .50 caliber bullets into guided rounds capable of zeroing in on a target.

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