Big Data in Healthcare: Why it will Transform Patient Care

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In the last few years, there has been rapid growth in the use of big data in healthcare and the results have been tremendous.

(Reader) Med Beds @MedbedsTechnology

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Let us all pray to God that this technology becomes available to us on an expedited basis!

(Reader: Sabre) The Giza Pyramid was a Powerful Free Energy Resonator

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"The Gitza pyramid complex was a powerful resonator, casting electricity from the ionosphere. - Built with dolomite, granite and limestone, the pyramids had nearby 20 capacitors (batteries) in granite capsules; 1 ton each. - The complex had an aquifer under ground, piezoelectricity, and a golden cap on top in order to create a strong electromagnetic field through several chemical reactions."

The Enigma: The World’s Most Complex Computer Code

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The Enigma is a cipher machine developed by Alan Turing during World War II. It was used to decrypt German encrypted messages.

Frequency Therapy Instruments, Real Cancer Solutions, and the Politics of Western Medical Industry, were...

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Some of the past and clearly the future technologies for medical cures and diagnosis have been with frequency devices.

How Hyper-Adaptive Algorithms are Destroying the Web

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Algorithms and what they do are often mentioned in the context of how they distort the world, how they make us uncomfortable.

The Library of Alexandria: A History of the Greatest Library in History

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The Library of Alexandria is a large ancient library in Alexandria, Egypt. It is known for being one of the largest and most well known libraries of the ancient world, containing thousands of scrolls.

Humanus Universalis: What is Humanus Universalis?

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Humanus Universalis is a Latin phrase meaning Universal Man, which is used as an expression of humanism. It is also used to describe the ideal human or a person who is good in every way.

Terraforming Venus: The Extraterrestrial Solution to our Climate Crisis

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Venus' closest approach to Earth in 2004, at a distance of 108,000 km, represented the second most favorable opportunity to analyze the planet's atmosphere in more than a decade.

Asteroid Mining: The Next Big Thing?

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The next few years will see the first commercially viable asteroids mined for resources. I’m not talking about the giant, space rocks that you see in the movies that can destroy entire cities.

Vertical Farming: How we will Feed the World

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The world will eventually run out of food, but it won’t run out of food because of a lack of food. It will run out of food because of a lack of land. According to the United Nations, we have about 12 years before the world runs out of arable land. But they’re wrong. We’re not running out of food – we’re running out of soil.

God has a Secret

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God has a secret which, if you learn it, enables you to handle this mystery of lawlessness. You can never escape the struggle, but you can win!

Decentralized Web: The Future of Web and Internet Freedom

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We are seeing the rise of Internet censorship, where governments and companies are attempting to regulate the internet and the rise of Internet surveillance, where governments and companies are attempting to increase their control over what people can see.

“Deep Sea Exploration” and the Ocean’s Future

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Maintaining the health of our oceans is critical for the future of human civilization. Recently, the United States has been committed to the idea of deep sea exploration.

Fusion Reactors: The Future of Power Generation

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Fusion Reactors, a concept first conceived in the 1950s, are now in their final stages of development.

Transhumanism: The Future of Humanity, Technology, and you

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The term “transhumanism" was coined by the science fiction author and futurist, Dr. Julian Huxley, in his 1956 book, “The Doors of Perception.” “Transhumanism” defines the collective human aspiration to become more than human. The term also includes the sciences and technologies that are in the process of making that dream a reality

Biosensors: An Introduction to the Future of Medical Technologies

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Biosensors are devices, used in biotechnology and medical research to detect and measure the presence of chemicals or substances. Biosensors are used in a variety of fields, including medical research, environmental monitoring, food safety, and in the detection of chemicals and allergens in the environment.

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