Learn about the huge, secret and growing U.S. use of cyberwarfare… Click here to read an article titled “The Secret War” located in the July 2013 issue of Wired Magazine. Click here to access more information on Amazon.com. For even more information, simply google “U.S. cyber warfare”.
Nikola Danaylov, many thanks for pointing out this Discovery 2013 Keynote talk to me. This has got to be the best talk that I’ver ever heard. Just a reminder – I’m 73 years old and have heard a lot of talks. It’s optimistic, very inspiring and delivers lots of good news. Everyone should be encouraged [...]
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In case you missed this article and/or want to refresh your memory, gain some perspective, etc… This is the title of the article written by Bill Joy (then Chief Scientist at Sun Microsystems) in the April 2000 issue of Wired magazine. It was recently reprinted again in Wired Magazine’s 20th anniversary issue. Click here to [...]
Nano-robots that fix tissues and control drugs have been envisioned for over 30 years. Now, using DNA origami and molecular programming, they are reality. These nanobots can seek and kill cancer cells, mimic social insect behaviors, carry out logical operators like a computer in a living animal, and they can be controlled from an Xbox. [...]
Well worth reading… Click here to read this fascinating article found on the New York Times website. Thanks to T.L. for sending me the link.
Click here to view an article found on the World Future Society website. A different viewpoint – Click here for a report titled “Technological Unemployment (2013)”.
Click here for this CNN report. Click here to learn more about Ramez Naam and his writings.
K. Eric Drexler is the founding father of nanotechnology—the science of engineering on a molecular level. In Radical Abundance, he shows how rapid scientific progress is about to change our world. Thanks to atomically precise manufacturing, we will soon have the power to produce radically more of what people want, and at a lower cost. [...]