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The Merging of Humans and Machines

“Biohackers: A Journey Into Cyborg America” explores the world of biohacking, where DIY cyborgs are pushing the bleeding edge of human enhancement.

For the adherents of Grinder culture, the Cyborg is the epitome of humanity. While the biological elements of the human body are limited in their uses, the mechanized elements these pioneers are inserting into their bodies open the world up to new realities and sensations, allowing them to bridge the gap between man and machine.

The Quest For Free Energy

Conventional science claims this is impossible, yet generations of inventors have been mesmerised by the promise of an engine that powers itself. The world’s reliance on diminishing fossil fuel resources and the associated problems of pollution serve to spur them on. A Machine to Die For showcases a number of dedicated, sometimes eccentric, and always obsessive individuals who have devoted their lives to this quest.

Beyond Me; Beyond Belief; Beyond Reason

Enjoy this free Trilogy of profound and thought provoking documentaries about Science and Spirituality. These films are a gift to you and your mind.

Beyond Me is a film about how we tend to get stuck in patterns of behavior and how to break free from them.

Beyond Belief is about belief systems in the west and questions their pedigree.

Beyond Reason has just been released (2013) and is about how our minds are limited by what we perceive through our five senses.

Learn more about these films at http://www.beyondmefilm.com/

Bionic Suit Helps Paralyzed Walk Again

For those who have been told they’d never walk again, a variety of medical therapies have shown some promise, but not as immediate as a suit with military origins.

The Ekso Suit, designed to help soldiers carry much bulkier loads great distances, is increasingly being used to help people with spinal cord injuries get back on their feet and walk again, albeit slowly and carefully.

Watch this video from ABC News, showing how the Ekso Suit has helped 27-year-old Aaron Bloom and others get back on their feet following a spinal cord injury.

Beyond Superhuman

The Universe in a Nutshell, by Michio Kaku

How did humanity go from a tribe governed by superstition to a species on the hunt for the Higgs Boson and the deepest secrets of the cosmos? In “The Universe in a Nutshell: The Physics of Everything”, theoretical physicist and prolific author Michio Kaku — who has previously helped us unravel the mysteries of time — explores why “the history of physics is the history of modern civilization.”

Self-driving Cars by 2019

Autonomous cars will be in showrooms as early as 2019, or maybe even sooner, according to a report released by KPMG and the Center for Automotive Research,

The report’s authors explain that “sensor-based technologies” and “connected-vehicle communications” need to converge. Essentially, cars need to be able to communicate with other vehicles on the road so they don’t bash into each other.

They also need the ability to sense and respond to the surrounding infrastructure: stop signs, street lights, guardrails, and many other basic transportation signals.

Robotic Exoskeleton Creates Super Soldiers

Do you want a soldier that can run faster than Usain Bolt? DARPA is working on that. Do you want a soldier that won’t need food or sleep for days? DARPA is working on that? Do you want a soldier that can regrow lost limbs? DARPA is working on that. Do you want a soldier that can outlift Olympic weightlifters and that can communicate telepathically? DARPA is working on that. Learn more here…

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