What typifies the average scientific whistleblower? Are they the canaries in the coal mine warning us of danger, or are they self-aggrandizing narcissists who are planning on getting rich? Few people have had more experience with this rare breed than Kent Heckenlively, who’s worked with whistleblowers in medicine, Dr. Judy Mikovits, Dr. Frank Ruscetti, Dr. William Thompson, Dr. Joseph Cummins, Dr. Paul Alexander, Dr. Andrew Huff, and Dr. Robert Malone. One might call Kent the “brilliant science whisperer” translating their brilliance into something the common person can understand, while not sacrificing scientific accuracy in the process. What common characteristics do these very diverse individuals possess and how can we use their example to be more courageous in our own lives, and what hope do they have for those who are currently trapped by autism?