Reuters News Article: "Candidate Joseph Lieberman, a senator from Connecticut, urged the White House to maintain all phone logs, e-mails, correspondence 'and anything else that may relate to these events, and make clear that anyone destroying or otherwise tampering with these records will be fired.'
A leak of classified information is a federal crime punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Connecting the leak to the White House would be an embarrassment for President Bush, whose claims that Iraq held weapons of mass destruction have never been proved."
Conspiracy Planet - Criminal Government - Ambassador Wilson Backtracks from Karl Rove Claim: "On Monday, Sept.29, on ABC's 'Good Morning America,' Wilson backpedaled. 'In one speech I gave out in Seattle not too long ago, I mentioned the name Karl Rove,' he said. 'I think I was probably carried away by the spirit of the moment. I don't have any knowledge that Karl Rove himself was either the leaker or the authorizer of the leak. But I have great confidence that, at a minimum, he condoned it and certainly did nothing to shut it down.'"
This story has been building for a couple of weeks on "conspiracy" websites, but it is only over the last 24 hours that it has hit the mainstream press. United States Ambassador Joseph Wilson, the former ambassador to Niger, claims Karl Rove, Bush's top advisor, leaked the fact that Wilson's wife was an undercover CIA agent, after Wilson debunked Bush's statement that Nigeria had been selling Uranium to Saddam. Now the CIA has asked the Dept of Justice to start an enquiry...
This will enable direct mind-to-mind and mind-to-machine communications, claimed University of Reading cybernetics professor Kevin Warwick, who specialises in artificial intelligence and robotics. He is best known for his work in cybernetics, the study of control systems, especially systems that blend human nerves with electronic networks.
In a talk to students yesterday, he said that he plans to surgically implant a radio chip in his brain in about a decade, when such cybernetics technology becomes available. He is so keen on the idea that he claims the worst part of the process will be removing the device after the experiment.
If two companies get their way, pretty soon you'll walk through virtual advertisements in the mall or view television programs the same way Luke Skywalker watched R2D2's playback of Princess Leia's distress message in the first Star Wars movie. The images would float off your TV screen and into thin air, allowing you to interact with virtual characters right in the middle of your living room."