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Whats going to be the next big thing??

 
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11/08/2012 11:32 AM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
Let us hope as far as technology, that we can get some educated professionals for the nuclear power industry, as it is crumbling and there are not enough people in that industry to keep us going or to bring these offline safely.
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11/08/2012 11:37 AM
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11/08/2012 11:38 AM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
A friend of mine is working on different types of E-cigarettes.

They can be used to deliver much more then just nicotine.
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Drugs nothing new next......
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They are when you design the molecules from the ground up.

ohyeah
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11/08/2012 11:39 AM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
Let us hope as far as technology, that we can get some educated professionals for the nuclear power industry, as it is crumbling and there are not enough people in that industry to keep us going or to bring these offline safely.
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What are you some kind of anti nuclear tard?
Not interested thanks.
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11/08/2012 11:43 AM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
Let us hope as far as technology, that we can get some educated professionals for the nuclear power industry, as it is crumbling and there are not enough people in that industry to keep us going or to bring these offline safely.
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What are you some kind of anti nuclear tard?
Not interested thanks.
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No, on the contrary, I am concerned about how to maintain the industry, but duh, we need professionals, and the facts are that some of these plants need to be retooled and taken offline to do so, and my concern is who is going to do that.
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11/08/2012 11:45 AM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
A signal from another world. We may soon find out that we are not alone in the universe. That true signal would spark the next stage of our existence.
We could only hope that they are hostile. A common enemy would unite the entire planet.
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11/08/2012 12:00 PM
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A signal from another world. We may soon find out that we are not alone in the universe. That true signal would spark the next stage of our existence.
We could only hope that they are hostile. A common enemy would unite the entire planet.
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11/08/2012 12:08 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
No one has a clue then I presume lmao
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11/08/2012 12:19 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
gravitational magnetic positioning. do some research on it and form your own opinion.
"we all need a helping hand, at the same time giving two to help" - me
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11/08/2012 12:28 PM
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[link to www.youtube.com] starts out boring but half way though its better
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11/08/2012 12:32 PM
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No one has a clue then I presume lmao
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some type of high tech grilling machine
ay mate? peace
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11/08/2012 12:36 PM
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Yea but the thing is they dont want to sell us those system that generate that kind of power.

Because if they put it into the private sector in any form we will reverse engineer it and use the system to our purpose.

They worry that giving us too much power is a threat to their Economic Hegemony.

They dont want to allow any change.


This is why they suppress Technology.

To protect the monopoly and cartel they have setup for Energy.
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11/08/2012 12:38 PM
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still waiting for flying cars :\
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Flying cars we have.
They're called airplanes.
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Let us hope as far as technology, that we can get some educated professionals for the nuclear power industry, as it is crumbling and there are not enough people in that industry to keep us going or to bring these offline safely.
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What are you some kind of anti nuclear tard?
Not interested thanks.
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I have some great suggestions as to what It might be. But then I read your post and decided you aren't worth the time. As you say, not interested.
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11/08/2012 12:54 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
Robots for sex...
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Although im sure they will sell many, most will prefer the real thing.
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Not if you find women annoying and are disgusted to pay for sex

If theres a fine woman robot with a mute button it will make more money than apple
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11/08/2012 12:57 PM
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still waiting for flying cars :\
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Flying cars we have.
They're called airplanes.
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Pick me up and we'll go for a ride
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11/08/2012 12:58 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
The Wendelstein 7-X stellarator.
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11/08/2012 12:59 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
Google is supposed to have its smart glasses out next month, zoom in wherever you wanna look, take pics, itll be neat for a few weeks
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11/08/2012 01:01 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
still waiting for flying cars :\
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The reason we dont have flying car is because they are not feasible on gasoline.

They would have to be electric, but they wont allow us to have system that produce that kind of power.

They keep those system for the military only.

Its called the Invention Secrecy Act.
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They will allow us to have that power source when THEY start selling it to us.
But I believe the reason for no flying cars is because it would be to dangerous like air travel it would have to be heavily regulated and restricted.
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Internet 2. One huge online world.

Question: How will next-gen virtual reality change our lives?


Ray Kurzweil: Well, start from today we have virtual world like second life. Itís flat, itís on the little screen over here, itís kind of cartoon like. Despite that, the fact that itís not very realistic yet, we see harbingers of everything we do in real life from runs on banks to virtual romances to virtual concerts and all kinds of activities that we do in real life and in fact from people who have been on second life just for the past years, theyíve seen a substantial increase in the realism of that virtual world.

The next step is weíre going to put it in our eyeglasses, itíll be memory images right to a retina and put us in a three dimensional full immersion visual auditory environment so rather being in here itíll be three dimensional and all of three dimensional out there will be in this three dimensional environment and will be able to walk around and weíre like, to feel like weíll be able to look at ourselves but wouldnít necessarily have the same body that we have in real reality and itíll become more and moiré realistic, go out 10 years itís going to be just about as realistic as real reality.

Still not within the nervous system, you got 20 years, 25 years, these nanobots, these blood cell size devices will be going in our bodies keeping us healthy from inside. Weíll have some go inside our brains to the capillaries not invasively, there would be interacting with our biological neurons so itíll extends our memory, our decision making faculties, put our brains on the internet and they also enable us to enter virtual reality environment from within the nervous system.

So, for on to go in the virtual reality environment, the nanobots will shut down the signals coming from I realize in my real skin and create the signals that will be appropriate for the virtual environment and that will feel like Iím in that environment and Iíll have a virtual body and those environment could be the same body I have in real reality, it could be a different body, a couple could become each other, experience relationship from the others perspective, teacher could design a student to become Ben Franklin in the virtual constitutional congress not just dress up as him but become that character and this virtual environments would be like websites, youíll have millions to choose from and some will be recreations are beautiful earthly environments like the Taj Mahal or the Mediterranean Beach.

Some of the fantastic imaginary environments that couldnít exist on earth and these are not just sort of places to play although weíll do that as well but these would be places to interact with other people and it will be an extension of real reality just the second life is today and for some people itís a game, for some people itís quite serious, itís a place to be and this place to be, a virtual reality will become more and more realistic, more and more full immersion, more and more detailed and more and more imaginative.



Question: Could artificial intelligence happen even faster than we think?



Ray Kurzweil: I think IBM involvement with the game Jeopardy is just one more example among many the intelligent things that computers can do. I predicted in the 80ís that computer would beat the world chess champion by 1998, it happened in 1997, that seems ridiculous when I made the prediction. As soon as it happened, people dismiss it out with chess is not such a big deal after all but computers will never play Go because thatís really requires intelligence. Well, now computers can beat masters at Go and we donít think thatís such a big deal.

Thereís actually hundreds of intelligent things that computers can do and they are not only games, that in fact part of our modern everyday infrastructure, financial transactions, detecting chronic card frauds, designing products, diagnosing electric cardiograms, guiding intelligent weapon system, flying and landing airplanes, I mean, I can mention a hundred applications that are part of everyday life, with computers are doing things that used to require human intelligence.

Now, these are all examples of narrow way eye, meaning itís some narrow task but the narrowness is gradually getting broader and itís being driven by exponential growth and understanding of the human brain and thatís really the grand frontier now in being able to create intelligent machines or weíre making exponential progress in that.

[link to bigthink.com]
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11/08/2012 01:05 PM
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How about Google Glass?

I'm torn between whether it's going to be a dud or the next amazing product.
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11/08/2012 01:13 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
Turtlenecks.

And fuzzy top-hats.

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11/09/2012 09:52 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
still waiting for flying cars :\
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^^THIS^^
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11/09/2012 09:56 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
your mom's cock
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11/09/2012 10:02 PM
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Re: Whats going to be the next big thing??
If you are looking to cash in on the next tech wave, keep an eye on "local positioning"

Its like GPS but local and has a resolution of about + - an inch.

With local positioning, in home robots will become the next big wave.

Figure your Romba vacuum with a map of the house. It can go directly to an area and clean it without bouncing off the walls. Robots can pick up and sort cloths. the possibilities are endless.

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