The Paypal founder and billionaire venture capitalist, Peter Thiel, has recently invested in a plan that is related to the creation of a floating island utopia that won’t be governed by the rules of the country. The ideation was original of a former Google engineer Patri Friedman. He stated that the island in the International waters will be a home to 270 people and could be grown eventually for sheltering millions of people. Read the Post Peter Thiel- Paypal’s founder invests in floating island utopia
The company is an equipment manufacturer that strictly focuses on radio frequency, laser, cryotherapy, and advanced ultrasound technologies and their use in the aesthetic and non-surgical health-related applications. Cryotech Nordic Ltd. has also managed to develop a unique range of industrial cryo cooling solutions. Read the Post Cryocabin for CRYOTHERAPY by Cryotech Nordic Ltd.
It is believed that the third pyramid structure is becoming an interface that is essential for Brain-To-Brain communications. This ultimate sculpture reads your thoughts and it reacts as in the manner that it gets connected with someone else’s brain. 2ch looks exactly like a low budget sci-fi show. That has been featured recently Prosthetic Knowledge. It is actually a pyramid that is filled with hoses, motors, and screens. Read the Post This Pyramid Sculpture Is An Interface For Brain-To-Brain Communication
The architect and futurist Jacque Fresco, speaks in moral stories. If in any case, he goes too long while telling the story, his 40-year partner Roxanne Meadows interferes with some facts and tries keeping on the right track. However, Fresco has recently celebrated his 100th birthday and is the only oldest celebrity futurist left in the universe. The magnum opus of Fresco is The Venus Project; that is a 21 acre Central Florida Eden that was built in over three decades by Meadows and Fresco. This sanctuary and research center is the place where Fresco still leads his weekly seminars that includes the tour of about 10 buildings. Read the Post Fresco: Wiping Out Money, Taxes, and Ownership Will Bring Forth Technoutopia
The first computers used to cost millions of dollars and were locked inside rooms that were equipped with some special electrical circuit and the air conditioning. The people who were expert in using that computer were first trained and were later made to write programs in the computer’s specific language. Read the Post Computers at the Speed of Thought