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.

Bioreactors: An Introduction (DIY)

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Bioreactors are the method used for growing bacteria and other microorganisms like yeast, mold, fungi, bacteria, algae, and many more to be used as food and medical pills.

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.

Organs-on-a-Chip Technology: Can it Replace Animal Testing?

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The idea of using organs-on-a-chip to replace animal testing is not new.

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

Sacred Geometry: The Power of the Universe

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Sacred Geometry was used to build sacred sites such as Stonehenge in Britain, and the pyramids of Egypt and the temples of Japan.

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.

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.

How a Space Elevator Could Work

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A space elevator is a proposal that suggests a way to lift large amounts of material into space. A space elevator is a proposed method of lifting material into space.

The Pneumatic Network: The Pre-Electric Postal Network

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The Pneumatic Network: The pre-electric postal network was a system of pneumatic mail delivery in operation from 1847 to 1851. It was the first network of its kind in the world, and the first time a postal system was completely mechanized, using pneumatic tubes.

How a DNA Printer is Changing the World of Gene Therapy

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The idea of gene therapy dates back to the 1970s, when scientists observed that viruses could be used to deliver genes to human tissue.

The Great Reset

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If we read the works of Aldous Huxley and George Orwell we can see the application of totalitarianism using the totalitarian state in combination with totalitarian medicine to control the population.

Cyberwarfare: The Future of Global Conflict

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While cyberwarfare has been around in some form since the dawn of the internet, the modern cyberattack has only recently become a concern. Previously, cyberattacks were considered the domain of the military and the intelligence community, with the idea that a nation-state would need to gather evidence to build a case against an attacker.

The 100th Monkey Effect

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The 100th Monkey Effect is a concept in the fields of psychology and neuroscience.

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.

Health Ranger Report: Cell Tower Transmissions Interfering with Xylitol Crystal Formation

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Scientists have long known that crystals form into patterns which are instantaneously communicated to other molecules around the world, as if invoking a kind of “cosmic internet” that remains unseen.

The Technocracy: A New Paradigm, our Future as a Post-Human Species?

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We are living in a time of rapid technological change in which the pace of innovation is increasing exponentially.

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