(b: March 11, 1890 – d: 1974)
Freemason: Worshipful Master – Richard C. Maclaurin Lodge (Cambridge, Massachusetts)
Associated with Majestic 12
Leader of all scientific defense research throughout WWII. Crafter of the modern Military-Industrial Complex.
He served as dean of the school of engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, president of the Carnegie Institution of Washington D.C. and was the President’s top advisor during World War II. He was chairman of the President’s National Defense Research Committee (1940) Director of the Office of Scientific Research and Development (1941—1947), Chairman of the National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics (1939—1941), founder of the National Science Foundation and was a central figure in the development of nuclear fission and the Manhattan Project.
Bush first described hypertext in a 1945 article in the Atlantic Monthly called As We May Think. In the article, he describes a hypothetical machine called a memex, and for this he is sometimes called the father of the Internet. However this paternity is more true due to his military research and work on the first electronic computers that it is for this famous article.
Bush was the alleged leader of MJ-12, which would have made him MJ-1