Does the government recruit geniuses from MIT for top secret stuff?

<p>I figure that if the government were to need the brightest people for a task, the first place they would have to look is MIT.</p>

<p>Nah. They go to Stanford first, especially for things like embedding government secrets in images then offloading them to a human intersect.</p>

<p>Nifty stuff, really.</p>

<p>The CIA probably goes to Yale first.</p>

<p>Well feynman worked on the manhattan project and he went to MIT. I'm sure that's just one example among many.</p>

the current [aluminum] helmet craze is likely to have been propagated by the Government, possibly with the involvement of the FCC. We hope this report will encourage the paranoid community to develop improved helmet designs to avoid falling prey to these shortcomings.


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<p>they actually go to nurseries first (babies know everything)...</p>

<p>LOL...were you watching "A Beautiful Mind" when you made this?</p>

<p>^ my thoughts exactly. (however i read the book...more vivid...and freaky)</p>

<p>It's worse than that. Certain MIT students often disappear without a trace, kidnapped by the government, which then harvests their brains and maintains them in a facility in Langley, VA.</p>

<p>lol @ andrewh, i was thinking of chuck too when i saw the topic</p>

<p>^ haha to those that mentioned A Beautiful Mind; I too totally thought to Nash & Wheeler Labs.</p>

<p>they do...we just don't know it</p>

<p>oh also, NSA, largest US employer for mathematicians.</p>

<p>if they would not know about it</p>

<p>^ i was about to post that... you beat me to it, ellamere.</p>