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Super Powers! World Domination Club. Devolution (biology) Current non-technical application of the concept of "devolution" is based largely on the fallacies that: in biology there is a preferred hierarchy of structure and function, and thatevolution must mean "progress" to "more advanced" organisms with more complex structure and function.

Devolution (biology)

Those errors in turn are related to two misconceptions: that: Idiocracy - Trailer. Idiocracy. Idiocracy: Luke Wilson, Maya Rudolph, Dax Shepard, Terry Crews, Anthony 'Citric' Campos, David Herman, Sonny Castillo, Kevin McAfee, Robert Musgrave, Michael McCafferty, Christopher Ryan, Justin Long, Tim Suhrstedt, Mike Judge, David Rennie, Elysa Koplovi.

Babies by design

Main Page - Online gamers have managed to solve a decade-old scientific puzzle. In three weeks. Carnival Booth: An Algorithm for Defeating the Computer-Assisted Passenger Screening System. The Boston Shuffler. The Carnivore, the Boston Shuffler, the Knife… are some of the names of the algorithms on Wall Street that make up 70% of the operating system of stocks formerly known as known as your pension fund, and portfolio.

The Boston Shuffler

What Kevin Slavin is talking about is High Frequency Trading/Black Boxes that dominate The Street. In reality these mathematic algorithms are shaping far more than Wall Street, they’re shaping our world. Above Photo links to Kevin Slavin’s Presentation. Photo Credit James Duncan Davidson / TED. Experience - knowledge - prediction.

Philippe Starck: 11 truly thrilling talks. Bionics — Interactive. The Myth of the Machine. The Myth of the Machine is a two volume series of books taking an in-depth look at the forces that have shaped modern technology since prehistoric times.

The Myth of the Machine

The first volume, Technics and Human Development was published in 1967, followed by the second volume, The Pentagon of Power in 1970. The author, Lewis Mumford, shows the parallel developments between human tools and social organization mainly through language and rituals.[1] It is considered a synthesis of many theories Mumford developed throughout his prolific writing career. Megamachine[edit] Pentagon Of Power: The Myth Of The Machine, Vol. II (9780156716109): Lewis Mumford.

Myth of the Machine : Technics and Human Development: Lewis Mumford: 9780156623414: Morphing, Stretchable Phones Are Being Tested. Profile on Immortality. Immortality is eternal life, the ability to live forever.[2] Biological forms have inherent limitations which medical interventions or engineering may or may not be able to overcome.


Natural selection has developed potential biological immortality in at least one species, the jellyfish Turritopsis dohrnii.[3] In religious contexts, immortality is often stated to be among the promises by God (or other deities) to human beings who show goodness or else follow divine law (cf. resurrection). Ray Kurzweil: Chasing Immortality. Biotechnology Will Stop Aging. With rendition switcher Question: What is your health regiment?

Biotechnology Will Stop Aging

Ray Kurzweil: I’ve read series of two books with a co-author Doctor Terry Grossman who’s a complementary physician, complementary medicine physician in Denver. The first book was "Fantastic Voyage, Live Long Enough to Live Forever" and we just came out of a book today called "Transcend, Nine Steps to Living Well Forever. " And we describe 3 bridges to radical life extension to dramatic extensions in your longevity. Bridge one is what you can do right now and most of the books describes that process and it’s a personalize approach so other people would necessarily want to do exactly what I do but they want to follow the same methodology which is to find out what’s your health challenges are. Immortality for Humans by 2045. A Russian mogul wants to achieve cybernetic immortality for humans within the next 33 years.

Immortality for Humans by 2045

He's pulled together a team intent on creating fully functional holographic human avatars that house our artificial brains. Now he's asking billionaires to help fund the advancements needed along the way. Decoding Immortality. WIEnlightenment_KurzweilAritcle.pdf (application/pdf Object) Aging research; molecular concepts of aging, related diseases and cloning. One way to look at our path to longevity is to regard it as a journey over three sequential bridges.

Aging research; molecular concepts of aging, related diseases and cloning.

Interview with the Vampire: The Vampire Chronicles (1994. A Futuristic Short Film HD: by Sight Systems. Juan Enriquez: The next species of human. My H+ Shopping List - Six Excellent Upgrade Items Available Now. Big Think Interview With Juan Enriquez. Deng Xiaoping. Deng Xiaoping (Pinyin: Dèng Xiǎopíng, [tɤŋ˥˩ ɕjɑʊ˩ pʰiŋ˧˥] ( ); 22 August 1904 – 19 February 1997) was a politician and reformist leader of the People's Republic of China who, after Mao's death led his country towards a market economy.

Deng Xiaoping

Norman Borlaug. Norman Ernest Borlaug (March 25, 1914 – September 12, 2009)[2] was an American biologist, humanitarian and Nobel laureate who has been called "the father of the Green Revolution",[3] "agriculture's greatest spokesperson"[4] and "The Man Who Saved A Billion Lives".[5][6] He is one of seven people to have won the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and the Congressional Gold Medal[7] and was also awarded the Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian honor.[8] During the mid-20th century, Borlaug led the introduction of these high-yielding varieties combined with modern agricultural production techniques to Mexico, Pakistan, and India.

Norman Borlaug

As a result, Mexico became a net exporter of wheat by 1963. Later in his life, he helped apply these methods of increasing food production to Asia and Africa.[11] Early life, education and family[edit] Borlaug had the great-grandchild of Norwegian immigrants to the United States. The Untied States of America: Polarization, Fracturing, and Our Future: Juan Enriquez: Genomics. History[edit] Etymology[edit] While the word "genome" (from the German Genom, attributed to Hans Winkler) was in use in English as early as 1926,[6] the term "genomics" was coined by Dr.

Tom Roderick, a geneticist at the Jackson Laboratory (Bar Harbor, Maine), over beer at a meeting held in Maryland on the mapping of the human genome in 1986.[7] Early sequencing efforts[edit] Homo Evolutis: Juan Enriquez at TEDxSMU. Homo evolutis.