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Building AGI Powered Killer Drones 101

Ok, so this is not so much of a “how-to” as its only a matter of time before its abused and we need to push the technologies that will help humanity.  Out saving grace is Space travel (Spacex.com), Artificial General… Continue Reading →

Musk has the Fundamental Technology for a 1G Colony on Mars

(8 April 2017) I was watching a PBS special called “Space Time – The First Humans on Mars” [1] and found that in the discussion they talked about building a city that essentially would be an over-sized Gravitron [2].  In… Continue Reading →

Virtual Reality meets NASA

Space is an absolute dream for many of us. Very few countries have a Space program. In the countries that do, very few people ever become astronauts or cosmonauts. Those who do become astronauts, few get the opportunity to go… Continue Reading →

Extreme Future Tech Fest – Sprint 2016 in Seattle May 14th

EFTF is a tech conference focused on emerging technology trends, across the tech sector. It covers the latest in emerging technology, the topics related to those trends but also social impact and emerging societal changes and where we are going… Continue Reading →

Who Should ExtraTerrestrials Speak To? Who Should Talk to Them?

Who should extraterrestrials speak to? Alternately, if Earthlings were space bound and found a pre-spaceflight civilization, who should talk to them? To my knowledge, no specific first-contact plan exists. If the contact were to occur in outer space, then Article… Continue Reading →

Property Law and Outer Space

Before I proceed with this essay. let me emphasize that nothing I say here is to be construed as legal advice. If you’re planning on claiming an asteroid or something, consult a lawyer. The fancy Latin term for unclaimed land… Continue Reading →

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