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Oct 4 2012 3:00pm

Black Dispatches: Real-Life Superheroes in the Age of Steam(funk)

Black Dispatches: Real-Life Superheroes in the Age of Steam(funk)

Espionage—the act or practice of spying or of using spies to obtain secret information—has been with us probably since one of our first villagers looked over the hill to see what the other village was up to.

Espionage is one of the world’s oldest professions because as long as there is one person who has an advantage over another, be it military, agricultural, industrial, or even sexual, undoubtedly, someone will be skulking about trying to get their hands on someone else’s information or technology.

The most valuable thing in the world is not gold or diamonds, it is information.

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