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Soon, the Perfect Device for you will be the one you Design yourself

Soon, the Perfect Device for you will be the one you Design yourself | life style of the future | Scoop.it
Our phones are faster, thinner and more capable than ever before, but the pool of devices we have to choose from hasn’t really grown. The next big step? Making it yours. (RT @thePMGco: What's expected for #mobiletech in the future?

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AI creates itself, a "new" God on the horizon

AI creates itself, a "new" God on the horizon | life style of the future | Scoop.it
We are creating AI's and in return will they re-create us?
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It us time to look at Ai's as part of our future life style.

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Tesla announces the Model 3: At half the price of the Model S, Tesla wants to take EVs mainstream

Tesla announces the Model 3: At half the price of the Model S, Tesla wants to take EVs mainstream | life style of the future | Scoop.it

Tesla’s Elon Musk has revealed his company’s plans to take on compact executive cars, such as the BMW 3-series, with the Tesla Model 3. The all-electric Model 3 (which was originally going to be called the Model E) will be around 20% smaller than the Model S, and will have a shorter range of around 200 miles — but it will have ‘strong performance’ like the Model S and start at just $35,000 (the Model S starts at around $70,000). http://www.peepstalks.com/tesla-announces-the-model-3-at-half-the-price-of-the-model-s-tesla-wants-to-take-evs-mainstream/


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...and he shares his tech with the world. Patents for free... Elon Che Musk, my hero.

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Shapeshifting Technology Within Grasp - Fox Business

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Shapeshifting isn't just for sci-fi movies; new shapeshifting technology can change video chats of the future.

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Mars One cuts leaves 54 Canadians hoping for one-way mission to the red planet

Mars One cuts leaves 54 Canadians hoping for one-way mission to the red planet | life style of the future | Scoop.it

MONTREAL - The number of Canadians in the running for a planned one-way trip to the red planet has been reduced to 54 as Mars One pared down its list of potential worldwide candidates on Monday.

 

The Dutch-based non-profit organization said 705 people still remain in contention and will be subject to an interview by the Mars One selection committee...


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Absolutely amazing that people actually want to go on a one way mission with no guarantee to survive.

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This organization has  enough money to create a television show (the “global media event” mentioned in the article), but not enough to send anyone to Mars. 

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Brazil's 'chainsaw queen' takes on environmentalists

Brazil's 'chainsaw queen' takes on environmentalists | life style of the future | Scoop.it

Gruesome. And there we thought Ambitious politician Kátia Abreu leads agricultural lobby in loosening controls on Amazon deforestation.

 

Outside the political hothouse of Brasilia, there are probably few who can name the head of Brazil's powerful agricultural lobby, yet the woman in question, Kátia Abreu, is rapidly becoming the country's most interesting, important – and dangerous – politician.

 


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Gruesome. And there we thought it would be great to have female politicians on the top as they are supposed to have "heart" and sensitivity. But then there are those bitches who only think money and career - and are maybe worse then men as they have to prove they have a penis.

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World-first regeneration of a living organ

World-first regeneration of a living organ | life style of the future | Scoop.it

For the first time, the team has successfully regenerated a living organ in mice by manipulating DNA.

 

The organ in question was the thymus, which is located next to the heart and is an integral part of the immune system. In humans, it achieves most of its growth in early life, continuing to then grow slowly until puberty when it slowly begins to shrink for the remainder of a person's life. It's deterioration with age leaves older people with greater susceptibility to infections, such as flu.

 

 


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3D bioprinting of stem cell structures could combat osteoarthritis

3D bioprinting of stem cell structures could combat osteoarthritis | life style of the future | Scoop.it

As yet, nobody has discovered a more effective barrier than human cartilage itself, so there’s no shortage of research going into the creation of new cartilage to replace or repair worn out joints.

 

One promising stream involves the idea of using 3D printing technology to deposit stem cells directly into damaged areas of cartilage so it can grow back as healthy tissue.

 

 


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World-first regeneration of a living organ

World-first regeneration of a living organ | life style of the future | Scoop.it

For the first time, the team has successfully regenerated a living organ in mice by manipulating DNA.

 

The organ in question was the thymus, which is located next to the heart and is an integral part of the immune system. In humans, it achieves most of its growth in early life, continuing to then grow slowly until puberty when it slowly begins to shrink for the remainder of a person's life. It's deterioration with age leaves older people with greater susceptibility to infections, such as flu.

 

 


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LA FEMME FUTURA

LA FEMME FUTURA | life style of the future | Scoop.it
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Back to the days of trading goods for services? Is that more to Bitcoin than a new way to become rich? What's about the intended freedom from big finances?

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Nanotechnology Assembles the Future - Guardian Liberty Voice

Nanotechnology Assembles the Future - Guardian Liberty Voice | life style of the future | Scoop.it
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Nanotechnology is not a future science; it is a current assembly of different disciplines working to change how we live.
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40 Best Augmented Reality iPhone Applications

40 Best Augmented Reality iPhone Applications | life style of the future | Scoop.it

Augmented reality is one of the most exciting technologies around. If you have watched some of those modern Hollywood movies, you have probably seen how ou (@borgjeanette Finns många. Jag har tittat på Aurasma o Layar.


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I went to the AWE conference in Silicon valley, these apps are like Disneyland.

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NASA, CNES Warn SpaceX of Challenges in Flying Reusable Falcon 9 Rocket

NASA, CNES Warn SpaceX of Challenges in Flying Reusable Falcon 9 Rocket | life style of the future | Scoop.it

In theory, the SpaceX Falcon 9 v1.1 booster can be reused more than three-dozen times.

 

That's because the rocket's LOX/Kerosene Merlin 1D engine -- nine of which power its first stage -- have a cycle of 40, according to Stella Guillen, SpaceX director of business development.

 

"It's not obviously the entire system or the entire stage," she said during a space conference in Paris last month. “We don't know how many times we can fly the first stage. But the engines have a cycle of 40...


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We love Elon. He even has reusable rockets.

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Soon, the Perfect Device for you will be the one you Design yourself

Soon, the Perfect Device for you will be the one you Design yourself | life style of the future | Scoop.it
Our phones are faster, thinner and more capable than ever before, but the pool of devices we have to choose from hasn’t really grown. The next big step? Making it yours. (RT @thePMGco: What's expected for #mobiletech in the future?

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First transfusions of "manufactured" blood planned for 2016

First transfusions of "manufactured" blood planned for 2016 | life style of the future | Scoop.it

According to the World Health Organization, approximately 107 million blood donations are collected globally every year.

 

Nonetheless, blood is often in short supply – particularly in developing nations.

 

Despite new safeguards, there's also still the risk of incompatibility, or of infections being transmitted from donors to recipients.

 

Charitable organization the Wellcome Trust hopes to address these problems, by developing the ability to manufacture blood outside of the body. Last week, it announced that test subjects should begin receiving transfusions of blood made with lab-grown red blood cells by late 2016.

 

 


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The molecular secrets behind resveratrol’s health benefits | KurzweilAI

The molecular secrets behind resveratrol’s health benefits | KurzweilAI | life style of the future | Scoop.it

Resveratrol has been much in the news as the component of grapes and red wine associated with reducing “bad cholesterol,” heart disease and some types of cancer. Also found in blueberries, cranberries, mulberries, peanuts and pistachios, resveratrol is associated with beneficial health effects in aging, inflammation and metabolism.

 

Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have identified one of the molecular pathways that resveratrol uses to achieve its beneficial action: it controls the body’s inflammatory response as a binding partner with the estrogen receptor.

 

 


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