We all admit at some point in our lives that we would like to look and feel 10 years younger. Well many people believe that within 35 years, all people will have the opportunity to look and feel 20 years old, for as long as they want. But how many of us would, given the opportunity, want to live forever?
For the first time, scientists have created stem cells within the bodies of laboratory mice. This proves that it is possible for damaged cells to be rejuvenated through stem cell therapies.
What is the singularity? And what is so special about its promoter Ray Kurzweil? The Director of Engineering at Google, is an expert futurist who has correctly predicted the majority of our technological advances. But what brought him to fame was his promoting of the upcoming Technological Singularity.
China’s Sky City One will be the world’s tallest building, and is set to take only 4 months to build!
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.
When digging into the reasons why we might be living in a computer simulation, something seems to scream that it’s actually likely we are! Physicists are even working to prove it’s possibility.
Jason Silva now has a new YouTube Channel to showcase his ideas and vision of awe. It can be best described by the questions it asks: “Ever ponder the miracle of life? Or perhaps wonder about the evolution of intelligence?”.
Man of Steel was such a success that its sequel was greenlit the day it premiered. So what will the story be? We propose an idea that will feature real future predicted events, with the twist of our predicted evolution involving the villain, Brainiac.
Many explanations exist for our existence. How likely do you think this one is?
What if there is no God, does that mean that death is death? Well if humanity survives long into the future and time travel becomes possible, perhaps not.
The real possibility of immortality is first responded to with shock, then by rejection, and then by some, fear. Here we explore why people say that they would not want to be immortal, and why, when faced with real immortality, they will embrace is with euphoria.
As ‘far out futurist predictions’ go, this one is as far out there as Krypton. Compiling predictions of how this century will pan out, the conclusion could be came to that many of us could be donning the red cape, and saving lives with our very own Man of Steel superpowers.