Nanotechnology is developing fast! It’s already taking its first jabs at cancer, and all of the research ongoing tells us to be optimistic that just maybe a cure for cancer is within sight, and maybe only 15 years away. Thinking big is old school.
The first reaction to the possibility of immortality: “We can’t become immortal – we will overpopulate”. This article proposes that the response should instead be, “Okay, then we need to make sure we are prepared for the increasing population”.
‘Transcendence’, starring Johnny Depp, features events which are predicted by many scientists and futurists as possible in reality within the first half of this century. The predictions featured include those subscribed to by Ray Kurzweil, Hugo de Garis, and Jason Silva.
Through the accelerating rate of our technological advancements, we are now seeing the rise of revolutionary new technologies. Even from an optimistic perspective, many potential threats can be foreseen. These are our proposed top 5.
Many explanations exist for our existence. How likely do you think this one is?
If nanotechnology continues to advance as experts expect, within 30 years it could give us ‘superhuman’ abilities. For example, we could survive for hours without needing to breath.
Christopher Nolan’s Singularity themed movie, Transcendence is shaping up with a barrage of top actors. The latest additions are actors Cillian Murphy and Morgan Freeman.
You don’t believe in any religion, and you believe that when you’re dead, you’re dead!? This does not automatically make you an atheist. Those who don’t believe in any religion, may actually be far more open minded than those who do.
Recently, the Immortal Jellyfish has been sprung into the limelight thanks to an article from the New York Times. This article shines light on mysteries which were not alluded to by the New York Times.