Air pollution has been of growing concern for many, many decades, causing environmental effects like acid rain, haze, eutrophication, ozone depletion, crop and forest depletion, global climate change, and effects on wildlife. It also wreaks havoc on human health, with long-term effects including cancer, damage to the immune, neurological, reproductive, and respiratory systems.
Citing “neuroprosthetics” like cochlear implants, Bryan Johnson of Braintree envisions BCI (brain-computer interface), a synergistic relationship between the central nervous system and external computing devices. A brain-computer interface, in the context of advanced transhumanism and taken to its logical conclusion, is AI/human hybrids.
There are some undeniable points to be made about a drug, or an implant, that can enhance intelligence: If people have the choice to enhance their mental abilities with medication or an implant, what does that mean for society? Because if we all have access to the same enhancement, would it be an enhancement, or a new reality?
A team of physicists and chemists from the University of Bristol have developed nuclear waste–powered radioactive diamond batteries that last more than 5,000 years. The new technology — which uses a man-made diamond that generates a small electrical current when placed in a radioactive field — could simultaneously help solve the problems of radioactive nuclear waste, clean electricity generation, and battery life, the researchers claim.
Jawwad Patel said the motivations for inventing the Dewdrop came after witnessing residents in the town Latur living without clean drinking water. That experience encouraged Patel to commence work on the Dewdrop, with it mind to help the Latur residents.
It took two years to develop the hydrogen-powered passenger train, but the wait was undoubtedly worth it. The first-of-its-kind monorail offers a zero-emissions alternative to the country’s existing supply of diesel trains. Similar electric trains already exist, but the Coradia iLint is the first to be used exclusively to transport passengers via railway.
Robots are being taught ‘disobedience’ by engineers to protect us from ourselves. They will make decisions based on safety of themselves and humans. See the attached video showing this. This could be our future.
Also included on the list of the most amazing innovations are: agriculture, sailing ships, the internal combustion engine, the camera, and many more.
Mendu, a 9th grader at William Mason High School in Ohio, was inspired by a visit to India where she discovered that many people lacked basic life necessities such as clean water and lighting. Her “solar leaves” device earned her the title of “America’s Top Young Scientist,” as well as a $25,000 prize.
The evidence of a war on consciousness being waged against the human race is substantial. Information of this nature presents with the opportunity to increase our own personal awareness and work towards the elevation of personal and collective consciousness, empowering us to both resist and survive this madness.
The company, Malloy Aeronautics, which is housed in the United Kingdom, is the creator of this hoverbike, as well as many other drone-related products. The company also created a remote control version of the bike, which is already in use – running on the physics similar of a drone. The awesome invention that is storming the world – particularly the United States military has impressed its funders – is having your own personal hover bike.
When HyperCam captured images of a person’s hand, for instance, they revealed detailed vein and skin texture patterns that are unique to that individual.
In addition to Australia, one firm in Sweden has allowed employees to choose chips over a work pass, with 400 taking up the offer, but Amal says he more often hears from interested individuals who want to try it out.
Was Nikola Tesla for real? A crackpot? Part of an early experiment in corporate-government control? We know that he was undoubtedly persecuted by the energy power brokers of his day — namely Thomas Edison, whom we are taught in school to revere as a genius. He was also attacked by J.P. Morgan and other “captains of industry.” Upon Nikola Tesla’s death on January 7th, 1943, the U.S. government moved into his lab and apartment confiscating all of his scientific research, some of which has been released by the FBI through the Freedom of Information Act.