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TWITTER,LISTEN TO MY THOUGHTS
Posted: 4 March 2010 1 Comment

Great stuff.

Now we can know exactly what woman really want without having to take a guess all the time. On a serious note, this is a huge step, moving forward, one wonders what the world would be like in 20 years from now. ...

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Brain computer interface works like a hearing aid
Dateline: 20 March 2022
Now you can update your Facebook status and search Google just by thinking about it. And you don't need fancy headgear or wires sticking out of your skull. Just a simple implant; much like a hearing aid, the EarWig acts like a computer mouse and mike, letting you select words to match your thinking. The nano-technology sensors detect your brain patterns by 'listening' to your thoughts and ...
SPACE TOURISM
Posted: 12 November 2009

A wonderful article, space tourism is defenetely the future of tourism, I would love to be in one of those launches if I had the cash.

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MindBullet logo THE FINAL (BUSINESS) FRONTIER
Space tourism and satellite launches compete for profits
Dateline: 27 September 2015
The race to launch a successful private space business has been won - and the victor, surprisingly, is not Virgin's Sir Richard Branson, but a 40-year-old internet entrepreneur from Pretoria, South Africa. Elon Musk, who became a billionaire from co-founding PayPal, has successfully flown three flights of tourists just over 200 kms into space in his Falcon 9T rocket - an orbital flight high ...
AFTERLIFE
Posted: 14 January 2010

Amazing, great article, the prospect of getting into the unknown is mind blowing. I have always been a strong believer of the after life.

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MindBullet logo SCIENCE BREAKS THROUGH INTO THE AFTERLIFE
Physical and spiritual worlds united
Dateline: 21 August 2030
It has been a truth accepted by many that after life there is an 'AfterLife'. While there may be disagreement as to its exact definition and characteristics, the idea of something longer lasting and more meaningful than physical life itself has proved almost eternally appealing. Now, scientists working in a global coalition under the 'L1fe Project' for the past eight years have cracked the ...

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