The Number of Scientific Articles Doubling Each Decade, the Length of Time Human Beings Can Stare Without Arousing Emotion, the Future Cost of Computer Chips and the Benefit of This, the U.S. Pentagons Goal to Have 25% of All Ground Forces Autonomous by 2015, How the Global Positioning System Works, Organic Light Emitting Diodes vs Traditional Light Emitting Diodes, the Original Intent of Virtual Reality, the Reason Haptic Feedback Was Developed, Smart Bathroom Mirrors Designed to Detect Cancer, the Future Advancement of 21st Century Medicine, the Silicon Chip Manufacturing Process, Manipulating Ultraviolet Light to Create Smaller Transistors for Computer Chips, the Smallest Possible Transistor Size, the End of American Engineer Gordon Moore’s Theory of Moore’s Law, How Three Dimensional Images Work and the Importance of Eye Placement for Three Dimensional Imagery, How Holograms Work, the Etymology of “Holograph”, the Reason Holograph Technology Requires Large Data Storage, How Magnetic Resonance Imaging Works, Current and Future Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology Capabilities and the Reason For This, the Shinto Belief of Inanimate Objects Containing Spirits, the View of Robotic Machines Within Japan, the World Leader of Robotics, the Reason Emotions Exist Within the Human Brain, the Society of Minds Theory, and the Total Length of a Single Strand of Deoxyribonucleic Acid

The number of scientific articles explaining discoveries and breakthroughs doubles every decade. Scientists have discovered that people become uncomfortable if stated at for 4 seconds and angry and hostile if stated at for 10 seconds. In the future, computer chips will become so cost effective that they will replace the barcode and be worth less than the plastic they’re wrapped within. This will allow very product and service to have a chip of some kind which can be identified by software instal...


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