From the Latin prefix "in," meaning into/on/upon, and the root "tendere," meaning to stretch, strain, or strive (in quest of something). In other words, to direct one's attention. We are here to discover (literally dis-cover, remove the veil from) the mysteries of our world. "Who, What, When, and Where" will explain our present condition. "Why" will give us the philosophy (from the Greek philo- "loving" and sophia- "knowledge, wisdom"). These are prerequisite. "How" will give us the tools to achieve what we wish to see in the world. Open Source Autonomy (OSA) is a resource that provides "Libre Tools for Liberty."