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The Future Is Now. - like my facebook page , I am using adfly simply because I have no money and I really want to buy Skyrim. /funny_pictures/2944203/Not+Sure+I

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In other words they are able to bend then light around
them, making invisible to radio waves or light, depending
on the size scale. They have to be smaller than a
wavelenght of light to do so. (Visible light has wavelength
in a range from about 380 to 750 nanometres)
In 30 or 40 years, we' ll have microscopic machines traveling
through our bodies, repairing damaged cells and organs,
effectively wiping out diseases. The nanotechnology will
also be used to back up our memories and personalities.
Quantum teleportation, or
teleportation, is a process by which a cubit (the basic unit of
quantum information) can be transmitted exactly (in principle)
from one location to another, without the cubit being
transmitted through the intervening space. It is useful for
quantum information processing, however it does not
immediately transmit classical information, and therefore
cannot be used for communication at superluminal [faster
than light) speed. Quantum teleportation is unrelated to the
common term teleportation - it does not transport the system
itself, and does not concern rearranging particles to copy the
form of an object.
We are not yet close to this kind of technology, but
achived teleportation of a single atom at the distance of 10
miles and more.
A powered exoskeleton, also known as powered armor, or
is a powered mobile machine consisting primarily
of an framework worn by a person and a
power supply that supplies at least part of the activation-
energy for limb movement.
Powered exoskeletons are designed to assist and protect the
wearer. They may be designed, for example, to assist and
protect soldiers and construction workers, or to aid the
survival of people in other dangerous environments. A wide
medical market exists in the future of prosthetics to provide
mobility assistance for aged and infirm people. Other
possibilities include rescue work, such as in collapsed
buildings, in which the device might allow a rescue worker to
lift heavy debris, while simultaneously protecting the worker
from falling rubble.
The scientist made one with more strenght than an
average man.
In 20th century, people
considered this Sci- , but
today this is all Science Fact.
We are quickly progressing
and creating new stuff.
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User avatar #1 - spellingspetsnaz (11/28/2011) [-]
Why would someone thumb this down? This is awesome thanks for sharing.
User avatar #3 to #1 - superlolcopter (11/28/2011) [-]
Thank you, good sir, As I see, I have some few haters, maybe religious people.
I hope there would be more people that loved the science and make humanity a better specie.
#109 to #3 - sweatymannipple (11/29/2011) [-]
ive seen this stuff many times before. heck almost all of that was on a single episode of nova science now. though id seen it previously on the internet and other nova shows.

i research a lot of science **** . like to stay updated but its ******* impossible.

pic related. neil degrasse tyson. host of nova science now. also a scientist.
#153 - cyberdemon (11/29/2011) [-]
**cyberdemon rolls 22**
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User avatar #155 to #153 - acar (11/29/2011) [-]
Good roll.
#11 - kizi (11/28/2011) [-]
This is how people in 1900 thought the year 2000 was going to be. Look familiar?

Didn't think so.
#12 to #11 - swimmingprodigy (11/28/2011) [-]
This is how people in 1925 thought the world would look in 1950 (taken from an American Science Magazine)
User avatar #34 to #12 - choclategum (11/29/2011) [-]
That actually looks like a good idea to me.
User avatar #102 to #34 - theqk (11/29/2011) [-]
same, but the only places that need it are places that are overcrowded
User avatar #14 to #12 - kizi (11/28/2011) [-]
Haha, isn't that something. :P
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#130 - xyman (11/29/2011) [-]
all i could think of when i was reading the invisible thing.
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#184 - hauntzor (11/29/2011) [-]
Wow, people really want immortality?  
  
  
Don't know if you noticed, but the world has enough people already.  We don't need people 500-year-olds old clogging up our resources as their numbers grow.  
  
Things die for a 			*******		 reason.  The life-cycle itself allows things to die off in order to make room for newcomers.  If no one died, we'd be overcrowded as 			****		 in less than a decade.  
Honestly, if the immortality thing became possible, it should only be available to VERY select candidates, like famous people, world leaders, doctors, scientists, people we actually need to have living for long periods of time to drive humanity forward.
Wow, people really want immortality?


Don't know if you noticed, but the world has enough people already. We don't need people 500-year-olds old clogging up our resources as their numbers grow.

Things die for a ******* reason. The life-cycle itself allows things to die off in order to make room for newcomers. If no one died, we'd be overcrowded as **** in less than a decade.
Honestly, if the immortality thing became possible, it should only be available to VERY select candidates, like famous people, world leaders, doctors, scientists, people we actually need to have living for long periods of time to drive humanity forward.
User avatar #186 to #184 - superlolcopter (11/29/2011) [-]
If I we're chosen to be Immortal and I want to be, I would do many things such as SET A VOYAGE TO THE NEAREST STARS TO FIND NEW LIFE !
User avatar #198 to #184 - ultimoz (11/30/2011) [-]
dude, everyone has the right to live, just cos they're in important doesn't mean they have any higher right than us, some people just take advantage of that right by killing others and doing bad stuff...
#199 to #184 - TheGoodDoctor ONLINE (12/03/2011) [-]
Before I rant, you have a great oppinion.  
  
The kind of immortality they are talking about doesn't count for things like execution for crimes, and if that was the only way someone could die, Capitol punishment would be used for medium crimes as well, and the small as people stopped breaking those, untill the only punishment was capitol punishment.  
  
As for who deserves immortality, most  famous people are idiotic dicks, most world 'leaders' dont deserve the title, Doctors would either be Useless (immortallity...), or  So hated for their immortality that they wouldnt be respected enough to be kept arround.  
And while the best scientists would do more for us than the rest, they dont nearly get the respect they deserve, and only achieve what they do with teamwork.  
  
Besides, If you believe in a universe theory that allows for time travel to not break the space time continuum, then add in a tardis and you are a geronimo away from awesome.
Before I rant, you have a great oppinion.

The kind of immortality they are talking about doesn't count for things like execution for crimes, and if that was the only way someone could die, Capitol punishment would be used for medium crimes as well, and the small as people stopped breaking those, untill the only punishment was capitol punishment.

As for who deserves immortality, most famous people are idiotic dicks, most world 'leaders' dont deserve the title, Doctors would either be Useless (immortallity...), or So hated for their immortality that they wouldnt be respected enough to be kept arround.
And while the best scientists would do more for us than the rest, they dont nearly get the respect they deserve, and only achieve what they do with teamwork.

Besides, If you believe in a universe theory that allows for time travel to not break the space time continuum, then add in a tardis and you are a geronimo away from awesome.
#140 - sailorsmooth (11/29/2011) [-]
That feel when immortality won't be around until you're 60 so you have to stay 60 forever
That feel when immortality won't be around until you're 60 so you have to stay 60 forever
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User avatar #32 to #6 - stlouiscards (11/29/2011) [-]
you do understand that that game takes place in the future, right?
#124 - oufancyna (11/29/2011) [-]
entanglement is risky, for example the instantaneous messaging it could provide would mean that messages could be sent back in time.   
If anybody is really interested in the science of the future, read Physics of the impossible   
It a really great book and not boring, for more information on quantum entanglement read _The god effect
entanglement is risky, for example the instantaneous messaging it could provide would mean that messages could be sent back in time.
If anybody is really interested in the science of the future, read Physics of the impossible
It a really great book and not boring, for more information on quantum entanglement read _The god effect
User avatar #133 to #124 - MaverickZero ONLINE (11/29/2011) [-]
I've been listening to Physics of the Impossible on tape with my uncle. Pretty crazy **** .
#72 - nmurphy (11/29/2011) [-]
I don't want to teleport. Imagine it: You wouldn't be moving me from one spot to another, you would be assembling a copy of me at a different location. I would be destroyed, and you would have a new, albeit just as sexy, copy of myself
User avatar #75 to #72 - bustacapps (11/29/2011) [-]
Basically the same thing that happened with the teleportation box in The Prestige.
User avatar #25 - theeditor (11/28/2011) [-]
OP im guessing you have the book, "Physics the Impossible by Michio kaku" too?
#55 to #25 - mrbongo (11/29/2011) [-]
I love that book . glad Im not the only one :D
User avatar #27 to #25 - superlolcopter (11/28/2011) [-]
Haha, but no, Although I am planning on buying it, I love Michio Kaku. :D
User avatar #29 to #27 - theeditor (11/28/2011) [-]
you really should buy it, its probably the only book about physics that is written in understandable english, lol
User avatar #30 to #29 - superlolcopter (11/28/2011) [-]
Planning to buy it on the holidays and read it too on the holidays. I am imagining my self right now sitting outside on a snowy cold day and reading it. I live in Canada :D !
User avatar #31 to #25 - jakelguy (11/29/2011) [-]
i love this book so freakin much.....heres a thumb
#28 to #25 - NotAdmin (11/28/2011) [-]
best ******* book ever
#149 - cloakedone (11/29/2011) [-]
1. Yep, already exists.
2. Nope, we don't even know how 90% of things (like memories) even work. We don't even know what memory and ideas even ARE. No, this is nowhere near close to happening. It's a guess at best, and it's way off
3. Getting there, we have problems assembling things in the right order.
4. Yep.
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#197 to #173 - cloakedone (11/29/2011) [-]
You would still be able to die with like, say, a gunshot to the head or a serious concussion. it would have to be head or heart related though. And bad cholesterol would be a huge issue because it would block the nanobots pathways
#176 to #149 - funnyjunkyeahyeah ONLINE (11/29/2011) [-]
We actually have a very good idea of what memory is. I'm by no means an expert, but one of profs explained it in great detail. It involves these little "spines" growing on your neurons, and eventually, for long-term memory, protein synthesis.
#196 to #176 - cloakedone (11/29/2011) [-]
Those arent memories, they are part of the neuron receptors, and while yes they are involve somehow, memories and ideas and thoughts so far have no physical representation
User avatar #189 to #149 - cappter (11/29/2011) [-]
According to e=mc^2 to travel faster than the speed of light you must effectively reduce your mass to be less than zero. -michio kaku

#195 to #189 - cloakedone (11/29/2011) [-]
OR have infinite energy
User avatar #127 - isceaniebeanie (11/29/2011) [-]
The suit reminds me of halo
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#93 to #88 - newtonscradle (11/29/2011) [-]
Actually he's American. Michio Kaku: he'll give you a nerdgasam
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#99 to #95 - newtonscradle (11/29/2011) [-]
pardoned haha
User avatar #84 - jettripleseven (11/29/2011) [-]
Immortality is scary **** . People won't stop having babies, but people don't die... connect the dots
User avatar #85 to #84 - winsauceiswin (11/29/2011) [-]
that's when we start playing....."the lottery" >;)
#86 to #84 - anon (11/29/2011) [-]
Start the dark brotherhood problem solved
when people reach age 200 or are just dicks we kill them
User avatar #112 to #86 - sonicg (11/29/2011) [-]
make it 100, 200 is too long we're not ******* seaturtles goddamit lol
#46 - jdouglas (11/29/2011) [-]
wut
#177 - bloodydisgrace (11/29/2011) [-]
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The nanobots could cause a zombie apocalypse, since they would still be working, even after the brain has failed. Two dreams fulfilled rolled into one
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