Tag: the transhumanist

06/17/2018 / / Biotechnology

Scientists Developed a Vaccine That Could Protect 350 Million Lives
The scientists have been successful in developing a vaccine to fight with a disease that is causing muscle ache, skin rash, and even hemorrhagic fever.

However, this vaccine still needs to be studied that it can surely protect people from all four strains of the virus, and will also be effective against other diseases transmitted by mosquitoes.

Read the Post Scientists Found Successful in Developing a Vaccine that Protects 350 Million Lives

06/03/2018 / / Transhumanism

Automation for Everything
To add to our fears about the future, it seems we’re running out of letters with which to name successive generations: after Baby Boomers, came generation X, then Millennials (aka Gen-Y), who have now been succeeded by Generation Z. Whether or not one finds any symbolism, omen, or irony in this is beside the point. What is important to ask is: what kind of world will those born in the XXI century grow up in? Read the Post Will Automation Lead to a Work-less Future for Humans?

05/21/2018 / / Technology

Two of the researchers from the Tel Aviv University and the University of Chicago has been successful in finding evidence suggesting that fusing quark can release much more energy than anyone would have ever thought. In their publishing in the journal Nature, Marek Karliner and Jonathan Rosner have described their theories surrounding the amount of energy involved when various types of quarks are fused together. Read the Post Theoretical quark fusion found to be more powerful than hydrogen fusion

05/05/2018 / / Technology