Nearly 800 HOURS golfing!!!
‘You’re saying that doesn’t go to the heart of the matter?!’
‘They’ve shown that you can significantly improve the accuracy of geopolitical forecasts’
In case you weren’t already aware
These aren’t the cuddly sea mammals we’re led to believe they are
Spokesman Jay Carney blames intelligence agencies for confusion spread by administration officials
‘Under Pentagon control, U.S. officials would be able to streamline drone operations’
Tuesday’s speech was seen as Romney’s first major national security salvo against the Obama campaign
Cyber Security: Like with National Security, Let's Contract Out to People Who Know What They're Doing - TheDC
These contractors should handle all day-to-day Internet security.
With data from 21,151 people, the researchers were able to link specific genes to variations in brain size.
University studies crowdsourcing for intelligence - The Associated Press
‘Now the nation’s intelligence community, with the help of university researchers and regular folks around the country, is studying ways to harness and improve the wisdom of crowds’
Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity says plan will not predict events in U.S.
According to a new academic paper, mean people die earlier than smart, conscientious types
Study harder, live longer - TIME
Study shows people who are smart and conscientious live longer than those who are less intelligent
Who says you can’t have beauty and brains? A study found that attractive men and women generally have higher IQ’s
A Saudi militant who had joined al-Qaida in Yemen, told Saudi officials about last week’s mail bomb plot on US targets
MENSA craves young brains - USA Today
American Mensa says 42 percent of new members in 2009-2010 were ages 29-49; in the past decade, membership of people under 30 has grown 63 percent
Intelligence leaks anger Obama; sharing rethought - Washington Times
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper slams ‘officials who, for whatever reason, get their jollies from blabbing to the media’
Defense Department officials are negotiating to buy and destroy all 10,000 copies of the first printing of an Afghan war memoir