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Robotics revolution to replace most human workers in three generations; labor class to be systematically eliminated

(NaturalNews) As much as seventy percent of the human race will become obsolete within just three generations. Why? Because robotics technology is advancing at such a rapid pace that highly-capable humanoid robots with advanced vision recognition and motor coordination systems are going to take over most menial labor jobs. Supporting this conclusion, a new study […]

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Why the future doesn’t need us.

From the moment I became involved in the creation of new technologies, their ethical dimensions have concerned me, but it was only in the autumn of 1998 that I became anxiously aware of how great are the dangers facing us in the 21st century. I can date the onset of my unease to the day […]

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U.S. Super Soldiers Of The Future Will Be Genetically Modified Transhumans Capable Of Superhuman Feats

The future of war is going to look really, really weird.  The “super soldier” research that DARPA (the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) is working on right now is unlike anything we have ever seen before.  If DARPA is successful, and if the American people don’t object, the soldiers of the future will be genetically […]

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Walmart And Other Big Businesses Prepare For Downed Power Grid With Alternative Energies | Off The Grid News

The Bloom Box Walmart, Google, eBay, Coca-Cola, Bank of America, FedEx, Safeway, Verizon, AT&T, Adobe, Honda, and Kaiser Permanente are among the corporate giants that have invested in the Bloom Box energy cell technology. A Bloom Box is literally a power plant in a box that uses next generation fuel cell technology to generate electricity. […]

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» Google Submits Patent For Minority Report Style Eye Tracking Device – Infowars

While the current incarnation of Google Glass continues to prompt worry and debate as far as privacy concerns go, the company is working behind the scenes on potentially much more disturbing technology, as revealed by a recently underreported patent application. The patent filing describes a “head mounted device”, for example hi-tech glasses, that would have […]

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Browser wars: Chrome rules the web | The Economist

EMPIRES rise and fall swiftly on the internet. Google’s Chrome browser, which celebrates its fifth birthday next month, has captured much of the territory of older browsers and is now responsible for about 43% of all the web traffic generated by the world’s desktop computers. When Chrome was launched the dominant browser was Microsoft’s Internet […]

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Scientists Close To Controlling Memories And Brains With Computers – Business Insider

Another feat scientists are getting closer to achieving is the ability to “upload” information into our brains. Learning another language, degree, or musical instrument could be as easy as falling asleep. Boston University scientists teamed up with a neuroscience lab in Japan and wrote a paper on “Decoded Neurofeedback.” It’s the ability to alter brain […]

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Radioactive World – GodfreyDaily

“We are unable to control radioactive water seeping out of Fukushima plant.” – Tepco By Godfrey The environmental impacts of fukushima are still being felt today and will continue to be for many tomorrows. We are literally destroying our planet with toxic nuclear waste in the name of energy, and being charged for it. Fukushima alone is […]

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Your TV might be watching you

Today’s high-end televisions are almost all equipped with “smart” PC-like features, including Internet connectivity, apps, microphones and cameras. But a recently discovered security hole in some Samsung Smart TVs shows that many of those bells and whistles aren’t ready for prime time. The flaws in Samsung Smart TVs, which have now been patched, enabled hackers […]

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