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Feb 5, 2017

Could We Bring The Technology in Mass Effect to Life?

Posted by in category: entertainment

In Brief

  • The game designers for Mass Effect have gone all out for scientifically accurate weapons.
  • From rail guns to “element 0,” this science fiction game mirrors reality.

From the astoundingly stiff weaponry of 1995’s GoldenEye to the alien arsenal of the Halo franchise, video games haven’t always had the most realistic arms. But, in Bioware’s Mass Effect franchise, the game designers opted for scientifically accurate weapons.

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Feb 5, 2017

Quantum Biology!!!

Posted by in categories: life extension, quantum physics, robotics/AI

What I have learned over the years is sometimes as we help our audiences learn in a pragmatic every day life how a particular science can improve their lives we then in time can share the science discoveries larger impact to people for their own development and understanding.

I believe with folks pramagtically in mainstream understanding Quantum computing and Q-Dot technology used for screen displays and graphene material in general, the larger mass can now understand the impacts and beauty of Quantum Biology. So the time is now to expand and evangelize Quantum Bio on a much larger scale so people/ consumers can now understand its impact to reverse aging, brain injury reversal and evolve to a more advance intelligence and function such as telepathy, immunology and new cell health to fit diseases like cancer, etc. Also, Quantum Bio will accelerate Biosecurity and robotics too.

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Feb 5, 2017

This New Liquid Crystal Can Triple the Sharpness of Tv and Computer Screens

Posted by in categories: computing, electronics

Scientists have invented a new type of liquid crystal that allows tv and computer manufacturers to pack three times as many pixels into the same area of screen, while reducing the amount of power required to run the device.

This new type of blue-phase liquid crystal is so effective because it bypasses the colour filters used in current screen technology. This change alone reduces the amount of energy lost during light transmission by more than 40 percent.

“Today’s Apple Retina displays have a resolution density of about 500 pixels per inch,” says one of the team, physicist Shin-Tson Wu from University of Central Florida.

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Feb 5, 2017

Scientists Invent a Device That Can Detect 17 Diseases From Your Breath, Including Cancers

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Scientists create a portable device that can detect 17 diseases, including 8 different cancers, straight from a person’s breath.

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Feb 5, 2017

Transhuman: A New Documentary on People Who Want to Live Forever

Posted by in categories: education, life extension, transhumanism

#Libertarianism and #transhumanism story via The Libertarian Republic:


The transhuman community is getting a look at in a new documentary by Ford Fischer called Transhuman. What is so interesting about transhumanism?

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Feb 5, 2017

Senescent cells are bad news when they accumulate in high numbers as we age

Posted by in category: futurism

This neat graphic explains how they work.

You can help us find ways to remove these problem cells from the body for a healthier future. Visit our campaign today:

https://www.lifespan.io/campaigns/cellage-targeting-senescen…c-biology/

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Feb 5, 2017

Next Nature Habitat VR

Posted by in categories: habitats, virtual reality

Very cool concept for visiting nature.


The Next Nature Habitat explores how we want to live in the near future.

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Feb 5, 2017

Immunotherapy: Could the Human Body Be Trained to Fight Cancer?

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, quantum physics

Most definitely and quantum bio will be used to stimulate our immune systems. It is coming.


This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Live Science’s Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.

The human immune system is powerful and complex.

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Feb 5, 2017

Motor neurone sufferer Jason Liversidge trials Yorkshire voice

Posted by in categories: cyborgs, quantum physics, robotics/AI

Love these stories as I remember (while visiting the Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville TN about SD) meeting a person who had a brand new voice box as their voice box was crushed through an accident. Just simply what we can do medically then; however, with AI, Synbio, and QuantumBio we will see amazing treatments, reversals of damage, bionic immune systems, superior brain functioning, etc. Definitely exciting future for all.


Father-of-two Jason Liversidge hears his new voice for the first time.

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Feb 5, 2017

Judge Rules That Unlocking Cellphones via Fingerprint Does Not Violate Constitutional Rights

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, privacy

Wow — hope that folks at Apple, Samsung, Motorola, etc. see this.


In response to an incident that lacked any relation to the last fingerprint-related news, a Minnesota court ruled against a recent Fifth Amendment appeal regarding device passwords. The Minnesota Court of Appeals ruled that ordering an individual to unlock a device with a fingerprint “is no more testimonial than furnishing a blood sample, providing handwriting or voice exemplars, standing in a lineup, or wearing particular clothing.”

The case in question involved Matthew Vaughn Diamond, a man Carver County District Court found guilty in 2015 of burglary and theft, among other crimes. Other news outlets cite arrest records from far before 2015, but the records showed no relevance to the January 2017 ruling. The Carver County District Court fought Diamond over his phone’s contents—he locked the phone with a fingerprint and refused to unlock the phone for the court. He argued, initially, that forcing his fingerprint violated both his Fourth and Fifth Amendment rights. However, the Minnesota Court of Appeals heard only the Fifth Amendment appeal.

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