Number 63 is NOT Neptune but Britannia, which also,coincidently has a thistle emblem for the Encyclopaedia Brittanica.

Here’s the partial list of software companies they’ve invested in:

Keyhole, Inc – Geospatial visualization application (Acquired by Google in 2004 and would go on to become Google Earth in 2005)
Boundless Spatial – geospatial software
Huddle – cloud-based content collaboration software
Oculis Labs – visual cyber security solutions
Destineer – games FPS training simulation
GeoIQ FortiusOne – visualization on maps
Forterra – virtual worlds for training
Quantum4D – visualization technology
Visual Sciences – real-time visual analysis
Spotfire – visualisation data analytics
Palantir Technologies – data integration, search and discovery, knowledge management, and secure collaboration
PiXlogic – visual search
Agent Logic – event detection and response software – Webspector webpage change software
ArcSight – secure software
Zaplet – email
Authentica – secure messaging and secure document sharing
Teradici Corporation – desktop virtualization
Connectify – Wifi & VPN
SafeWeb PrivacyMatrix – browsing (closed in Nov. 2001)
Visible Technologies – social media monitoring
Silver Tail Systems – website fraud prevention
InnoCentive – crowdsourcing websites
Fetch Technologies -Internet Data Management -bots & RSS
SRA OrionMagic – cms software
Recorded Future – web intelligence and predictive analytics
Traction Software – web 2.0
Internet Evidence Finder[13] – Digital forensic tool
Basis Technology – translation software
Language Weaver – automatic language translation
Lingotek – translation services
Cassatt – desktop software
Tacit Knowledge Systems – internal software[vague]
FMS – analysis, visualization, and knowledgebase to the Federal Intelligence Community
Initiate Systems – real-time multiple database software
TerraGo – location intelligence applications and software GeoPDF
Geosemble – unstructured data analytics and geospatial software
NovoDynamics – Arabic character recognition
Adapx – Microsoft Office & GIS
Digital Reasoning – Synthesys v3.0 – review facts and associations at a glance
CallMiner – phone speech analytics software
Carnegie Speech – speech recognition
AzTE PRISM – handwriting recognition
A4Vision – 3D facial imaging
oculis labs – computer vision, facial recognition and detection with webcam
SRD – identity resolution software
Inktomi Corp – network infrastructure software
Mohomine mohoClassifier – organises mass data
Stratify – organizes mass data
Endeca – search data repositories
Inxight – search engine
Convera RetrievalWare – search engine
MetaCarta – search engine
Attensity – search engine
NetBase – search engine
Platfora – big data analytics and visualization
Intelliseek – search engine
FireEye – malware protection
ReversingLabs – malware detection and analysis
zSpace (company) – 3-Dimensional holographic imaging displays
Socrata – Open Data Solutions for Government Innovation

That’s not all! Here’s some other investments 

Biotech
Biomatrica – biolab tech anhydrobiosis storage
SpectraFluidics – detection of trace airborne chemicals
Arcxis Biotechnologies – sample processing and pathogen detection
febit group – DNA
Boreal Genomics – DNA fingerprints
T2 Biosystems – medical diagnostic devices, miniaturized magnetic resonance (MR)
OpGen – microbial genome analysis
Infobionics – biotech cellular database
Microchip Biotechnologies – analysis instrumentation for biodefense
Cambrios Technologies – biomaterials for solid-state electronic devices
Seahawk Biosystems – diagnosis biosensor products
Sionex – chemical and biological sensors
Polychromix – material analysis and chemical sensing
IatroQuest – detect biological and chemical agents
IntegenX – NanoBioProcessor & molecular diagnostics
Seventh Sense Biosystems – health monitoring and medical diagnostics
Sonitus Medical – transmits sound via the teeth
MedShape – orthopedic devices from shape memory materials
Video

3VR Security – DVR archiving
MotionDSP – digital video
Pixim – video cameras
COPAN – data storage
iMove – immersive video
Pelican Imaging – better camera phones
LensVector – optical autofocus
InView Technology Corporation – cameras and hyper-spectral imagers
Rhevision – tunable camera lens
Signal Innovations Group – signal, image, and video analytics
Elemental Technologies – video processing
KZO Innovations – streaming video software
VSee – video conferencing

There’s more, as the CIA must have an unlimited source of funds, most likely from their heroin/opium ops in Afghanistan:

Hardware

Tyfone — digital security for mobility, cloud, and IoT
Genia Photonics – fiber-optics products
Advanced Photonix, Inc. – fiber optics
SitScape – Command & Control room hardware
SpotterRF – micro surveillance radar
QD Vision – monitors, displays and lighting
GATR Technologies – inflatable satellite dishes
CoreStreet – door access control systems
Redlen Technologies – CZT x-ray & gamma ray detectors
Etherstack – radios
Paratek microwave – smart scanning antennas
D-Wave Systems – quantum computers

Sensor networks

ThingMagic – RFID
Dust Networks – low-power wireless mesh networking systems
Ember Corporation – ZigBee – wireless semiconductor
Gainspan – low power Wi-Fi
Tendril Networks – software for wireless sensor and control networks
TenXsys – telemetry systems for remote monitoring, NASA
StreamBase – real-time data in government/military, RFID/sensor networks
Thetus – software for remote sensing instruments
Soflinx defender – a Wireless Sensor Network for fences
PlateScan – automatic license plate recognition (ALPR) sensor network

Data centers

Bay Microsystems – packet processing and data traffic
Cleversafe – data storage clouds and massive digital archives
Cloudera – data storage and analysis
Asankya – Hypermesh data streams
CopperEye – data retention
Systems Research and Development – real-time data warehousing
Network Appliance – Decru (networked data storage)

Security testing

RedSeal – Cybersecurity Analytics
Network Chemistry – RFprotect, WiFi security
Veracode – application security testing

This is a must-watch 4 part series for anyone wanting to understand how culture and counter-culture are manufactured.

This particular video (the 3rd in the series) covers the mid-60’s to early 70’s – the “Chaos Era” – which was a key period in setting the stage for the decades to follow…

DEPOPULATION OF A PLANET 

 This document written in 1995 is one of the most important ever written on the subject of how this world is controlled. Why do we have wars? Why is there mass unemployment? Who promotes world ‘crises’, ‘religious cults’, drugs and terrorism then promotes their solutions? Who appoints the leaders of nations? Why do you get flu? Find out who created the AIDS virus Where did all these new diseases come from? How vaccination spreads disease PREPARE TO BE SHOCKED! This document was scanned from the original newsprint and corrected for software misinterpretation but if errors have gone unnoticed we apologise and would appreciate if any are brought to our attention.

Reprinted February, 2001 Report by Rick Martin NOVEMBER 28th 1995 Depopulation of a Planet Thinning Out The “Useless Eaters” An Unspoken NWO Agenda Part I: Historical Perspective Part II: What you can’t see will hurt you! Part III: No easy Answers! Part IV: A Picture Emerges Part V: U.N. Rings the Alarm Part VI: The Final Chapter.

 

Part 1: Historical Perspective 11/19/95 RICK MARTIN

Many writers have spoken of intentional plans by certain Elite to thin-out the world’s population; it’s a recurring theme among so-called conspiracy theorists. There are frequent references to “useless eaters”, which includes the bulk of mankind. Most, when hearing of plots to depopulate the planet, simply say under their breath, “Yeah, right,” or more often, while shaking their head, “You’re nuts.” But when there is a careful examination of writings by prominent authors of this century, pieces of the puzzle certainly do fall into place – pieces which support the contention that there are certain individuals, if not entire governments, who have implemented a program of global genocide in an effort to salvage and corner “resources”.

What you will be reading in this series on Depopulation Of A Planet are selected writings from a wide cross-section of viewpoints and political leanings. I will be using “their” own documents, their own words, to weave a fabric which, in the end, will be a tapestry of undeniable clarity for those with eyes to see. Without the historical foundation upon which to base understanding, writing about current efforts at depopulation, through the use of viruses and microorganisms, would have far less significance. So please stay with it as you read and it will come together. I realise that some of this initial material may seem dry, but it is important for a broader understanding of this critical and timely issue.

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