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DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome – Truthstream Media

In that 1997 film, society is structured around eugenics as people are bioengineered to be ‘perfect specimens’, and one’s entire life and position in the world is based on their genetics. Those conceived naturally without genetic screening are proclaimed “invalid” and only allowed menial jobs, despite the innate talents and skills they may possess. Alternately, […]

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Google futurist claims we will be uploading our entire MINDS to computers by 2045 and our bodies will be replaced by machines within 90 years | Mail Online

We’ll be uploading our entire MINDS to computers by 2045 and our bodies will be replaced by machines within 90 years, Google expert claims via Google futurist claims we will be uploading our entire MINDS to computers by 2045 and our bodies will be replaced by machines within 90 years | Mail Online. Also see: https://godfreydaily.wordpress.com/2013/05/11/man-and-machine-or-man-and-god/

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RoboRoaches! – Forbes

On Monday Backyard Brains launched a Kickstarter page to sell its newest product, the RoboRoach, “the world’s first commercially available cyborg,” really just a wirelessly controlled electrostimulator backpack connected to two electrodes inserted down the length of the bug’s hollow antennae. via Science! Democracy! RoboRoaches! – Forbes.

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Lights out: House plan would protect nation’s electricity from solar flare, nuclear bomb | WashingtonExaminer.com

Amid growing fears of a massive electromagnetic pulse hit from either a solar flare or a terrorist nuclear bomb, House Republicans on Tuesday will unveil a plan to save the nation’s electric grid from an attack that could mean lights out for 300 million Americans. Dubbed the Secure High-voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage […]

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Academics at Oxford University pay to be cryogenically preserved so they can be ‘brought back to life in the future’

The belief that death is the only certainty in life is a concept senior academic staffs at an Oxford University Institute are hoping to dismantle, by paying to be cryogenically preserved and brought back to life in the future. Nick Bostrom, professor of philosophy at the Future of Humanity Institute [FHI] and his co researcher […]

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Japan tests 310mph bullet train – Telegraph

The new generation L0 Series trains, which employ the latest magnetic levitation technology instead of conventional wheels, will begin commercial services in 2027. The first five cars of the new train, which has a distinct aerodynamic “nose” at the front, were displayed on a test track in Yamanashi Prefecture. via Japan tests 310mph bullet train […]

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Google and the NSA Connection

The data mining technology that is integral to the Google AdWords experience is a power tool in creating an individual profile for anyone who surfs the web. The amazing capacity to target specific ads to personal search topics, geographic locations and web history is the harbinger of a total recall on your personality. If the […]

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Google Erects Fake Brain With … Graphics Chips? | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

Your brain is a collection of neurons — tiny cells that use electro-chemical signals to send and receive information. But as Google builds an artificial brain that will help drive everything from its web search engine to Google Street View to the voice-recognition app on Android smartphones, it’s using very different materials. Among them: graphics […]

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Chinese infiltrated top U.S. weapons systems, confidential report claims | Fox News

More than two dozen top weapons systems — including the Patriot missile defense program, the V-22 Osprey, the Black Hawk helicopter and the Navy’s new Littoral Combat Ship — were compromised by a widening Chinese cyber espionage campaign, according to a new military report. via Chinese infiltrated top U.S. weapons systems, confidential report claims | […]

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Baa, baa robot! Drone controlled by computer will be able to track and round up sheep and cows | Mail Online

The bond between shepherds and their loyal sheepdogs is a rural image portrayed on television shows like the BBC’s One Man His Dog. But now the face of hill farming may soon change forever with the introduction of a battery-powered airborne robot to track and round up flocks. The drone, developed by Frenchman Marc-Alexandre Favier, […]

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National ID & Bio-metric Madness

The immigration bill under review by the Senate Judiciary Committee could mandate the creation of a national biometric database to identify residents in the U.S. The technology referred to simply as a ‘photo tool,’ in the proposed legislation presented on Thursday, would be used to verify the identity of employees before they were hired to […]

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