Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Strange but True: sci-fi writers brainstorm for DHS

The US Department of Homeland Security recently joined forces with SIGMA, a group of science fiction writers. DHS wants to tap the writers' futuristic notions for border control, disaster preparedness and terrorist tactics. SIGMA founder Arlan Andrews says sci-fi writers have more to offer than lasers and flying spaceships.
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