UFO Found on Mars - Curiosity Rover

Using advanced video imaging techniques, analysts are discussing the possibility of a crashed UFO on the surface of Mars.  Reported by UFO sighting s daily shows a disc in front of the sun.

Many People know that the Spacex Rocket was blown up by a UFO as evidenced by video and the statements form the company that do not confirm or deny the questions of many people on twitter.

Multi-Verse and String Theory
Multi-Verse and String Theory

Einstein's equations break down at the point of extremes of our understanding.  Michio Kaku describes String Theory and the possibilities of Multi Verses and multiple dimensions. String theory is a 'Theory of Everything'.  

In the future the universe will have lost its bloom.   Michio discusses the equations to calculate if it is possible to travel through wormholes to find new celestial abodes.

As we see an increased push back from citzens over the degrading extactive energy practices of Big Oil and the problems it causes, we see a renewed focus on getting our economy onto the right track with renewable options.  Scientists at the Massachusetts institute of technology (MIT) have announced that world's continuous push for clean energy can happen fully by 2050.  Using data collected at Stanford University, scholars have calculated the cost to benefit analysis of every form of viable renewable energy for every country in the world.

2050 Clean Energy Plan from MIT
2050 Clean Energy Plan from MIT


This is all stemming from the need to go carbon free in our energy production.  Not only does Renewable energy cost less to produce, it also lowers health costs over time due to the lessened pollution.  The plan would create some 2 million plus jobs over 40 years and improve effieciency while reducing overall demand for power.  These type of win-win cooperative solutions are the future of mankind on the planet.


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The study of the interaction between humans and technology and how it affects culture is known as Cyborg Anthropology.

Within the last few years, around the globe, life has changed dramatically due to mobile technology, which allows one to stand almost anywhere, whisper something, or move a few fingers and be heard on the other side of the world.

The number of people that have become connected within the last decade is astounding, and the way of life for millions of smart phone users will never be the same. 

A cyborg anthropologist steps back from the modern world and looks at the everyday life of people around us and how they are influenced by technology in everyday life.  According to Cyber Anthropologist Amber Case, anyone that uses technology in their everyday lives is what she considers 'a superhuman'.  Essentially, we carry a 'bundle of sensors that we walk around with every day' that allows us to do things we have only dreamed of until recently.  To Ms. Case, 'A cyborg is not Terminator or Robo-cop, but the experience of everyday life that's been altered by technology. A cyborg is simply someone who interacts with technology. The technology can be a physical or a mental extension, and doesn't need to be implanted in the person.'  These possibilities are not a new form of biology, but a new way of connecting or communicating in this view. All of this points to a future where Bionic and Cyborg technology is integrated easily.

In 1998, Kevin Warwick became what people call "the world's first cyborg." Actually Warwick, who is a professor of cybernetics at Reading University, had a radio frequency ID chip implanted in his arm. Years before RFID chips became commonplace this small, nearly undetectable, implant allowed him to turn on lights by snapping his fingers, or open doors without touching them by emitting radio waves specific to receivers embedded in his devices.  Given people's natural tendency to lose things it's only natural that these smart devices we carry around will become embedded in the future.

Mr. Warwick was involved in an experiment that was the "first time the nervous systems of two humans had communicated electronically."

Once, after connecting his nerves to an array of electrodes in 2002, he let his wife use her brain waves to take control of his body.

"It was quite an intimate feeling," he says.  The electronic link up of two brains is just the beginning of this type of thinking.  In fact, Mr. Warwick thinks that without this type of innovation, humans may fall behind there own creations in ability to think and innovate.

"Someday we'll switch on that machine, and we won't be able to switch it off," he says.  This is a contrasting view from some of the other Futurists including Ray Kurzweil, whom suggest that a Singularity point of awareness conveyed upon machines, would be a good thing.

While Mr. Warwick says he doesn't want to turn into a robot-He wants to be a better human, there are many more people that desire the connection between man and machine to integrate fully in order to harness the ability for increased health and ultimately, life span.

The culmination of many disciplines integrates into systems analysis which will eventually produce artificial humans, and with that, the augmentation of life genetically for those whom can afford.  The problem is that these genes will have been patented, and owned for many business cycles by then.  That makes it harder to extract because of the impact on economies, and as the developed world increases its investment in "Longevity Therapy", the developing world will suffer the fate of wastelands in pockets of poverty that will harbor the only truly human gene variations after 'the switch'.

The case for integrated bionics and cyborg technology is becoming more and more relevant as we see the benefits to those using them.  Olympic runners, amputees and deaf children are all finding amazing new experiences thanks to cyborg technologies.  According to modern definitions, "A cyborg is essentially a man-machine system in which the control mechanisms of the human portion are modified externally by drugs or ambulatory devices so that the being can live in an environment different from the normal one."  Futurists and Technologists,  see a coming augmented reality: applications for smartphones and bio-implants, or suits that integrate something similar for our brains,  fortifying them for life in a world overflowing with data and decay.


To be sure of the intention to surpass the current model and become trans-human, Mr Warwick  states "Technology, directly integrated with the brain, can help overcome some problems people have," says Warwick. Brain implants could keep people fit, making sure, for instance, "you don't eat that chocolate cake that you want." But the possibilities may also be stranger than we have yet imagined. In the future, says Warwick, humans could become "a curiosity for the machines.  'Look at that -- that's where we were in historical times,' they (the machines) will think to each other." - a true twist in the spiral of evolution.
3-D printing is set to explode onto the marketplace in the next few years.  Although it is more than thirty years in the making, additive manufacturing is being ushered into the consumer market-space.  New devices like Makerbot and another by the Z corporation have brought the cost of making objects from computer aided design files to the masses.


This new technology is set to recreate the way we live and work in our current economy.  It has the potential to upend the whole chain of distribution and shipping as we currently know it.  The jobs created by these old world ways will be lost and downsized as this technology takes hold in the consumer culture.  With the ability to scan and recreate any object it is nearly revolutionary in its scope and depth, with few limitations.  While these goods are made of generally only one material and resin, the size of objects and their composites are being expanded upon as we speak.


The future for these machines is to replicate human tissue and organs for replacement among individuals that have demonstrated the 'urgent need', that is, provided the funds to print transplant and accept the new organ or tissue.

The main thing to understand here is that this will be the only viable option for creating civilization on another planetary surface.  The logistics of bringing every conceivable need are nearly impossible to accomplish while travelling in outer-space because of distance and fuel constraints.  The reason the examples are always about space travel and the needs of space travelers is because the handlers are directing human development toward space, the moon, and mars.  This has been occurring in the background for many years as we have reverse engineered fallen craft of alien origin and begun the process of moving life as we know it, to the red planet.

An important transition has happened for those wanting to continue life down a technological path, this path is heightened by 3-D Printing.

Science fiction often becomes science fact.  Many people are belittled along the way or derided as complete nut jobs for talking as if the leading military technologies are not being deployed as we speak in a global manner to alter the future.  It is only a matter of time before the knowledge of the source energy is well known proliferated and [possibly simulated} used for humanistic edeavors.  Find out more about unknown science beyond the ordinary.  Meta physics is 'the physics that causes physics to happen.'