An in-depth investigation by the U.S Intelligence Community into the cause of the mysterious affliction commonly known as “Havana syndrome” has found evidence that the individuals stricken with this debilitating ailment were not the targets of foreign adversaries, such as Russia or China. Investigators hailing from seven different intelligence agenciesread more

Why make tiny flying drones when you can fly REAL insects by remote-control? In 2006, DARPA asked US scientists to submit "innovative proposals to develop technology to create insect-cyborgs"–tiny flying robots that can perform surveillance in dangerous territory. One there was a big problem: Since they couldn’t carry much fuel, they couldn’t stay in the air very long. The solution? Use real bugs.

In the February 16th edition of the Observer, Emily Anthes quotes DARPA engineer Amit Lal as saying, "Proof of existence of small-scale flying machines is abundant in nature in the form of insects."
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