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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 04/10/2014 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 MLG.tv Network
  feedbump 04/18/2014 In Just A Few Minutes, SpaceX Will Attempt To Launch A Reusable Rocket — Watch Now! (Update: It’s Over)
  feedbump 04/19/2014 The telescope big enough to spot signs of alien life on other planets
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Juiced: How to Make Mass-Produced Wine Taste Great
  feedbump 04/22/2014 A Map of Every Nuke-Scale Asteroid Strike From the Last Decade

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 Science Graphic of the Week: 5.3 Million Years of Sea Level Change on One Cliff Face
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Juiced: How to Make Mass-Produced Wine Taste Great
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Help Scientists Record One Day of Sound on Earth
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Use Science and Tech to Build the Ultimate Automated Garden
  feedbump 04/22/2014 How Asteroid Strikes Preserved Signs of Ancient Life
  feedbump 04/22/2014 A Map of Every Nuke-Scale Asteroid Strike From the Last Decade
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Amazingly Vivid Dino Illustrations Reveal a Brutal Prehistoric World

Top News from ScienceDaily

  feedbump 04/22/2014 Neuroimaging Technique: Live from inside the cell in real-time
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Major advances in dye sensitized solar cells
  feedbump 04/22/2014 First size-based chromatography technique for the study of livi
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Applying math to biology: Software identifies disease-causing mutations in undiagnosed illnesses
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Neurotics don't just avoid action: They dislike it, study finds
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Mantis shrimp stronger than airplanes: Composite material inspired by shrimp stronger than standard used in airplane frames
  feedbump 04/22/2014 For an immune cell, microgravity mimics aging
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Fat metabolism in animals altered to prevent most common type of heart disease
  feedbump 04/22/2014 How cells take out the trash
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Surface modification of titanium dioxide for photocatalytic degradation of hazardous pollutants under ordinary visible light

Science News

  feedbump 04/20/2014 Little thylacine had a big bite
  feedbump 04/20/2014 Blender whips up graphene
  feedbump 04/20/2014 War's ecological effects laid bare in 'A Window on Eternity'
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Cheetahs, but not wild dogs, manage to live with lions
  feedbump 04/20/2014 Distant swirling galaxy dwarfed by violent star killer
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Bingeing rats show the power of food habits
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Lead levels in ancient Rome’s water were high, but not toxic
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Mountains on Saturn moon may have come from space
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Neandertal, modern human DNA deviates even more
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Babies cry at night to prevent siblings, scientist suggests

Science | The Guardian

  feedbump 04/20/2014 International Space Station takes special Easter cargo from SpaceX ship
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Asteroids cause dozens of nuclear-scale blasts in Earth's atmosphere
  feedbump 04/22/2014 A bottle of wine a day is harmless? The evidence suggests otherwise
  feedbump 04/22/2014 'Dont worry, Im not contagious' and other microbiological delusions
  feedbump 04/19/2014 George Smoot: We mapped the embryonic universe
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Science Weekly podcast: why we should leave fossil fuels in the ground
  feedbump 04/20/2014 Corn biofuels worse than gasoline on global warming in short term study
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Ancient Rome's tap water heavily contaminated with lead, researchers say
  feedbump 04/21/2014 True enough for year 8
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Palcohol: the powderised alcohol that turns water into rum

Fight Aging

  feedbump 04/21/2014 Working to Remove the Heaps of Unburnable Cellular Trash that Contribute to Degenerative Aging
  feedbump 04/22/2014 An Interview With Mikhail Batin
  feedbump 04/22/2014 An Interesting Comparison of Species Lifespan Differences
  feedbump 04/21/2014 A View of the Correlation Between Individual Wealth and Adult Life Expectancy
  feedbump 04/21/2014 Effective Tissue Adhesion With a Nanoparticle Solution

TechCrunch

  feedbump 04/22/2014 Withings Updates Its Pulse Activity Tracker With Blood Oxygen Monitoring
  feedbump 04/22/2014 The Nest Thermostat Is Now Available Through Google Play
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Microsoft Will Pick Up 93.5% Of The Windows Phone Device Market When Its Nokia Deal Closes On Friday
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Foreign Startup Founders Face Unique Struggles To Break Funding Barrier
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Website-Building Platform Weebly Raises $35M More
  feedbump 04/22/2014 YC Ends YCVC In Favor Of Raising From LPs, Will Now Invest $120K For 7% Equity
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Sphinx Is A Dock That Turns Your Tablet Into A Remote Desktop Workhorse
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Kinetica Is A New System That Lets You Play With Data With Your Fingers
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Fan TV’s Streaming Set-Top Box Will Soon Be Available To Time Warner Cable Subscribers
  feedbump 04/22/2014 Twitter Starts Rolling Out The New Profile Look — Here’s How To Get It Now

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