2008 Attack on Military Computers Is Confirmed
By Brian Knowlton
Published: August 25, 2010
A foreign intelligence agent infected computers in "the most significant breach of U.S. military computers ever."
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Not religion, but federally funded dogma. More than 20 years ago I became aware of how dogma gets grounded in fundamental research: you need to write grants that fit the dogma. One hapless soul actually stood up during a big AIDS conference and suggested that the researchers were mere lemmings. He, of course, was shouted down, but he was only trying to tell the lemmings to keep an open mind. Fast forward 20+ years and the lemmings are still in control.
Our educational system is totally broken when the educated just want things to fit. Even in mathematics, we're promoting a crop of "just tell me what to do!"
(1) Never draw what you can copy. (2) Never copy what you can trace. (3) Never trace what you can cut out and paste down.