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that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.

The last line of President Lincoln's Gettysburg Address is profound not only for his time, but also for our Constitution.  The Constitution's Bill of Rights guarantees that the people of the United States have the right to determine their form of government.

Most Americans today do not seem to believe that the U.S. Government is theirs, especially with the idea that they have any direct control over it except for electing representatives.  Guide Our Future aims to change this perception.

Fellow Citizens

Changing the future for the better begins with you!  That is what democracy is all about.  Don't be shy - register and let your fellow citizens know how you feel.


New GOF feature:  Everyone, including guests,  can vote for favorite news feed stories.  The top voted stories will appear above the feeds.  Also since politics is not something we can afford to ignore, check our political news feeds.

Top Voted Science Stories

  feedbump 04/06/2014 Million Man Ban
  feedbump 04/07/2014 Hole Found in Natural Protective Layer of Earth’s Atmosphere
  feedbump 04/10/2014 Check Out, And Support, This Wild Multi-Pedal Bike, The Boneshakered Bigwheel
  feedbump 04/12/2014 Changing Our Education System One Programmer At A Time
  feedbump 04/16/2014 Searching for dark energy with neutrons: With neutrons, scientists can now look for dark energy in the lab
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Major League Gaming Snags New VP From Machinima To Further Grow Its Network
  feedbump 04/18/2014 In Just A Few Minutes, SpaceX Will Attempt To Launch A Reusable Rocket — Watch Now! (Update: It’s Over)

Wired Science

  feedbump 04/18/2014 These Are Some of the Oldest Living Things on Earth
  feedbump 04/18/2014 18 Maps From When the World Thought California Was an Island
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Absurd Creature of the Week: World’s Most Badass Ant Skydives, Uses Own Head as a Shield
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Scientists Discover Bugs With Sex-Reversed Genitalia Doing It for 70 Hours
  feedbump 04/17/2014 What It’s Like to Spend 20 Years Listening to Psychopaths for Science
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Science Graphic of the Week: 5.3 Million Years of Sea Level Change on One Cliff Face
  feedbump 04/17/2014 New Exoplanet Could Be Earth’s Cousin — Or Something Totally Alien
  feedbump 04/16/2014 People Like Their Music Served Medium Funky
  feedbump 04/16/2014 The Coolest Spaceships Ever Built, Compared by Size
  feedbump 04/15/2014 A Patient’s Bizarre Hallucination Points to How the Brain Identifies Places

Top News from ScienceDaily

  feedbump 04/17/2014 Bright points in sun's atmosphere mark patterns deep in its interior
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Malaria pathogen's cellular skeleton under super-microscope
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Gene variant raises risk for aortic tear, rupture
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Impact of childhood bullying still evident after 40 years
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Five anthropogenic factors that will radically alter northern forests in 50 years
  feedbump 04/17/2014 How the immune system protects children from malaria
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Target for treating dengue fever discovered
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Vitamin B3 might have been made in space, delivered to Earth by meteorites
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Better thermal-imaging lens from waste sulfur
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Multitarget TB drug could treat other diseases, evade resistance

Science News

  feedbump 04/18/2014 The name of the fungus
  feedbump 04/18/2014 White dwarf boosts light of stellar companion
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Gene variant, processed meat linked to boost in cancer risk
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Poor slumber is bad for young flies' brains
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Protein that gets sperm into egg identified
  feedbump 04/18/2014 New tools reveal new truths about fungi, flies, antibiotics
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Animated movies made by computer
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Unsolved drugs
  feedbump 04/18/2014 RIP LADEE: 9/6/2013 – 4/18/2014
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Cloning produces stem cells from adult skin

Science | The Guardian

  feedbump 04/17/2014 Sharks more evolved than thought, fossil discovery shows
  feedbump 04/18/2014 New Books Party: books received this week
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Pterosaurs cast a giant shadow over today's biggest winged creatures
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Nasa Kepler telescope discovers planet believed to be most Earth-like yet found
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Dispelling the nightmares of post-traumatic stress disorder
  feedbump 04/17/2014 How to create a successful science blog
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Trial of GM plants to help fight heart disease given go-ahead
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Nasa's moon explorer Ladee crashes on far side of the moon
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Tobacco industry-funded research, peer review, and nannying
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Multiple sclerosis and 'miracle cures': sometimes it's the hope that'll kill you

Fight Aging

  feedbump 04/17/2014 A Midlife Crisis for the Mitochondrial Free Radical Theory of Aging
  feedbump 04/17/2014 Public Views on the Future of Technology
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Is Parkinson's an Autoimmune Disease?
  feedbump 04/17/2014 The Crossroads for Human Longevity
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Turning Cells into Programmable Medical Devices


  feedbump 04/18/2014 Facebook Says Paper Users Browse 80 Stories A Day, Adds Features That Let It Replace FB For iOS
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Facebook ‘Nearby Friends’ Will Track Your Location History To Target You With Ads
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Taking On Amazon, Target Expands Online Subscriptions Program To More Categories, Lowers Prices
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Canary Smart Home Security Shows Off Their Smartphone App For The First Time
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Who Wants A Ticket To The Disrupt NY Hackathon?
  feedbump 04/18/2014 In Just A Few Minutes, SpaceX Will Attempt To Launch A Reusable Rocket — Watch Now! (Update: It’s Over)
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Gusto Debuts A Smarter, More Powerful Email App For iPhone
  feedbump 04/18/2014 This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Siri Hack, Amazon Smartphone, And Galaxy Gear
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Supreme Court Justices Say They’re Likely To Rule On NSA Surveillance
  feedbump 04/18/2014 Airbnb Has Closed Its $500M Round Of Funding At A $10B Valuation, Led By TPG

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