Maybe sometimes it’s best if we don’t know what they’re working on … [sculpture by Mike Moffett] The prospects of a private corporation hijacking, monopolizing and concealing technology that could possibly mitigate the environmental horrors we’ve rained on ourselves doesn’t even sound like a half-decent eighth-season X-Files retread. Maybe the new normal is so shell-shocked, nobody even bothers to blink at loud noises anymore. Maybe taxpayers wouldn’t blink even if Congress announced an investigation into a corporate honeypot of exclusivity rights on space-alien hardware. What if the target of that investigation failed to produce so much as a widget or a receipt to account for what happened to all that loot after [pick a single-digit number] decades of raking it in?
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