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Nov 16, 2016

 

Astronauts on the International Space Station captured a series of incredible star trail images on Oct. 3, 2016, as they orbited at 17,500 miles per hour. The station orbits the Earth every 90 minutes, and astronauts aboard see an average of 16 sunrises and sunsets every 24 hours.

The number of discovered near-Earth asteroids now tops 15,000, with an average of 30 new discoveries added each week. That's why NASA and FEMA have started a series of exercises that test readiness and possible response in the event of a large asteroid impacting Earth.

Reference: Futurism
Image credit: Wikimedia Commons

Hyperloop One will travel from Dubai to Abu Dhabi (100 miles) in twelve minutes

By 2030, Hospitals May Be a Thing of the Past

hospital emergency entrance

The World Economic Forum is predicting a bright future for healthcare. Here are some of their recent future medical technology predictions.

Many of the biggest diseases are becoming more predictable and preventable.

Fewer accidents in the home with the increase of robotics to perform daily chores.

Fewer accidents on the road with driverless technologies.

Regenerative medicine increasing lifespans.

Remote medical monitoring from your smart phone and medical "tricorders".

Automated surgeries.

Microbots will perform surgeries from inside your body

Ingestible robotics will diagnose or operate on you before they dissolve.

End to organ waiting lists with 3D printing artificial organs, bones, and even tissue.

Genomics will let you know which diseases you’re most likely to get so you’re prepared or even able to edit them out of your genome

Reference: Futurism

Image credit: Wikimedia Commons

Paralyzed Monkeys Able to Walk Again With Brain Implant. Human Trials Are Next

 

 

 

 

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Jack is not your typical future technology blogger. As an early baby boomer, he's lost a bit of his bang. Not intending to be cruel, Facebook recently notified him that his schoolmates at General Equivalency Diploma, really want to be friends again. His yearly income averages just above his monthly urges. In spite of that, or because of it, Jack has a lust for living, a thirst for knowledge and a strong desire to contribute to a better future for all.

 

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