The World’s First Designer Baby Could Be Out There Right Now. Many of us remember the uproar when cloning technology became a reality. It was February 22nd,1997, that the world learned of the first successful cloning of an animal with Dolly the sheep. Dolly was cloned at the Roslin¬†Institute in Midlothian, Scotland, where she lived […]

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The Prediction for Future Technologies. Ever year some futurist lays out his or her predictions for the coming new year. Most of the predictions are way off the mark. The further the predictions go out in time, the least likely they are to be correct.

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New Airbus Patent¬†Making Commercial Air Travel Safer. Commercial air travel has become one of the safest forms of transportation today, with the world’s major airlines posting impressive statistics for accidents and near misses given the incredible number of miles flown each week.

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Lithium Ion Battery Products Store a Lot of Energy. A new technology that has been given a cool name stolen from the famous 1980’s Scifi movie “Back to the Future” has taken young consumers by storm with millions being shipped out of china in the last few years.

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Would You Want To Live On Your Own Floating Island? There are actual companies that design and will build to suit a personal floating island home, business or city. The price tag is likely to be a little too high for my wallet, but maybe someone reading this has access to a spare 100 million […]

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Connecting Our Brain to a Computer Raises Many New Concerns. Do you believe that humans truly have the ability to determine their future or all decisions made predetermined based on conditions that occurred before the decision point. I like to believe that we do have free choices and that we can impact our future based […]

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  Thousands bound together are still thinner than a single strand of human hair, but with research from Binghamton University, boron nitride nanotubes may help build better fighter planes and space shuttles. A team of scientists led by Changhong Ke, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and […]

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The House of the Future, like time is relative. For many of us we are right know living in the home of the future compared to the 1950s’ or 60’s. I mean look around at the giant internet connected tvs, computers, microwaves and LED lighting systems that are common today. This was science fiction 50 […]

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In the 1950’s and 60′ with the cold war with Russia in high gear not only did we get great spy novels like the James Bond series but also were introduced to fall out shelters both for communities and even personal ones for your backyard that would only hold your family.

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There is nothing as scary as a geomagnetic flip. This is some good news from the science community. Bad science fiction movies would have the world’s magnetic fields reversing ( as early as tomorrow) changing north pole to south and south to north with all of the ensuing chaos. It turns out that tomorrow is […]

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