June 2, 2014
- Breakthrough in energy storage: Electrical cables and maybe clothes that can store energy
Activist Post Imagine being able to carry all the juice you needed to power your MP3 player, smartphone and electric car in the fabric of your jacket? Sounds like science fiction, but it may become a rea ...
May 24, 2014
Nicholas West Activist Post Nanotechnology is probably not the reading material sitting on the coffee tables of most people. Yet, it is already beginning to have an impact on everything from electronics to alternative energy to food, cosmetics and clothing. In fact, ...
April 11, 2014
Terence Newton Activist Post One of the latest trends in manufacturing for today’s consumer products is the use of engineered nano-particles (ENP’s), yet, most people have no idea that they are consuming and absorbing ENP’s. Research is discovering ...
April 11, 2014
Nicholas West Activist Post The reverse engineering of the human brain has already been announced to be well under way via new microchips and accompanying software. But the emergence of nanobots creates a whole new paradigm of direct intervention into the human brain ...
March 16, 2014
Kevin Samson Activist Post
Following is a press release from researchers primarily funded by the Department of Energy. It is an interesting study in the nature of dual-use technology. But first a bit of background. Nanotech has been receiving official funding for ...
February 8, 2014
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Nicholas West Activist Post In a few short years, we already have become accustomed to drone surveillance and an array of biometric ID tracking technology that has formed a pervasive matrix of identification and personal data retention. As discussed in ...
February 6, 2014
- Update on the emergence of DNA nanobots and nanocomputers. Nicholas West Activist Post The Human Body Version 2.0 project features none other than arch-Transhumanist Ray Kurzweil as its main proponent. The goals have been openly stated for some time:
In the coming decades, a radical upgrading o ...
October 29, 2013
Activist Post New research from North Carolina State University and the University of Minnesota finds that people in the United States want labels on food products that use nanotechnology – whether the nanotechnology is in the food or is used in food packaging. The research also shows that ...
September 26, 2013
University of Adelaide researchers have developed a process for turning waste plastic bags into a high-tech nanomaterial. The innovative nanotechnology uses non-biodegradable plastic grocery bags to make 'carbon nanotube membranes' - highly sophisticated and expensive materials with a variety of ...
September 25, 2013
By Sayer Ji The U.S. food industry is notorious for poisoning the very consumers who drive their multi-billion dollar enterprise, even spending millions against their right to informed consent (truthful GMO labeling). So, is it any wonder that this deregulated and increasingly deranged juggernaut ...
September 22, 2013
Nicholas West Activist Post Discussion of the "Singularity" -- the moment when computer intelligence surpasses that of humans to such an extent that humans become practically redundant -- has been gaining steam across the social spectrum. In 2006, Ray K ...
August 26, 2013
- In the Future – Nature and Technology Will Work as One
Julian Rose Activist Post International airports in Britain greet arrivals and departures with the letters 'HSBC' and the words “The World's Bank” plastered boldly over plane docking bays and passenger corridors. For tho ...
August 26, 2013
Rady Ananda Activist Post Last week, the University of Missouri announced a new method to detect silver nanoparticles in fresh produce and other food products. Though not mentioned by researchers, it’s conceivable that the protocol could be modified to test ...
May 11, 2013
- A new type of graphene is being researched by IMDEA-Nanociencia Institute and from Autonoma and Complutense Universities of Madrid, Spain. They have worked to develop magnetic properties in graphene which can result in a huge leap forward in speed at which data can be accessed and written.
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