With the help of Albert Einstein and other trusted advisors, President Harry S. Truman commissioned a top-secret residential development in a remote area of the Pacific Northwest, one that would serve to protect and nurture America's most valuable intellectual resources. There our nation's greatest thinkers, the über-geniuses working on the next era of scientific achievement, would be able to live and work in a supportive environment. The best architects and planners were commissioned to design a welcoming place for these superlative geniuses to reside, an area that would offer the best education for their children, the best healthcare, the best amenities and quality of life. A community was created to rival the most idyllic of America's small towns - with one major difference: this town would never appear on any maps. At least, none that haven't been classified "eyes only" by the Pentagon.
Small town. Big secret. (Season 1)
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Many of the small futuristic cars, such as the one loaned by Beverly Barlowe to Jack Carter in the pilot episode, were electric vehicles produced by a Canadian company called Dynasty IT. The cars came in several different versions, including sedan, coupe, pickup, and open-topped versions. Other futuristic-looking cars used in the show included the Smart Fortwo and AEV Kurrent, another electric microcar that used to be produced in Michigan. The Dynasty line has since been sold to a company in Pakistan. See more
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[to arguing Carter and Col. Briggs
I hate to interrupt, but we have bigger issues at hand. Time is unraveling. The laws of physics are breaking down. Correct me if I'm wrong but that's the kind of thing that's not gonna stop at the city limits, is it?
Referenced in Warehouse 13: Love Sick