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Donald AtwoodGeorge H.W.'s Deputy Secretary of Defense
Gerald BullA Canadian engineer and developer of long-range artillery. Best known for his involvement in the Iraq 'supergun' project.
Chris BusbyAn independent scientist whose work demonstrates that inadequate risk models are used by the establishment in its estimation of the health impact of low dose exposure to radiation. A concerted campaign has tried to undermine his credibility because his message challenges the status quo.
Louise FrescoDutch scientist and writer known for her work on globally sustainable food production.
William A. Haseltine
Susan Hockfield
Bruce IvinsA biodefense researcher at Fort Detrick, Maryland who, the FBI concluded, sent anthrax letters with crude anti-Zionist messages to the US politicians who were holding up the rollback of civil liberties in the wake of 9/11. After an investigation costing around $100,000,000 Ivins was declared to be a "lone nut" responsible for the crime shortly after he was found dead.
Ephraim Katzir
Abdul Qadeer KhanFather of the Islamic Bomb
Peter Kropotkin
Charles Lieber
Klaus Mehnert
Emanuel Piore
Chris QuickGlobal Engagement Center. Tech specialist for cyber-warfare
Dixy Lee Ray
Rianne SiebengaA secretive colleague of II-member Sijbren de Jong specialized in "counterterrorism".
Edward TellerDirector of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, "the father of the hydrogen bomb".
Hunter B. TresederA communication strategist for the US Global Engagement Center mentioned as member of the Dutch Cluster of the II.
Patrick Vallance
James Vaupel
Matthijs VeenendaalThe principle Dutch author of the first Defence Strategy for Operating in Cyberspace (2012). Played an important role in the development of the two National Cyber Security Strategies of the Netherlands
Mark Walport


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