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"Ultimately, nanobots will replace blood cells and do their work thousands of times more effectively. We can look forward to a world where humans become cyborgs, with artificial limbs and organs."
"The European Union is the first continental governing institution of the Third Industrial Revolution era... Asian, African, and Latin American continental political unions are also in the making... Just as habitats function within ecosystems, and ecosystems within the biosphere in a web of interrelationships, governing institutions will similarly function in a collaborative network of relationships with localities, regions, and nations all embedded within the continent as a whole."
- Jeremy Rifkin. The Empathic Civilization
- Raymond Kurzweil
Exponential growth of technology
* Future bio-nanotechnology will use computer chips inside living cells: http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=15292.php
* NEMS - Nanoelectromechanical systems : http://www.nano-tera.ch/program/research/mems.html
* NOMFET - An organic transistor that mimics a brain synapse: http://blogs.zdnet.com/emergingtech/?p=2095#more-2095
* Brain wave controlled wheelchair: http://www.engadget.com/2009/06/30/toyotas-mind-controlled-wheelchair-boast-fastest-brainwave-anal/
* Article about Raymond Kurzweil's ideas: http://www.viceland.com/int/v16n4/htdocs/ray-kurzweil-800.php
* Nanotechnology is said to be an exponential technology. It represents a manufacturing system that will be able to make more manufacturing systems—factories that can build factories: http://www.crnano.org/whatis.htm
* Low cost of nanotechnology according to speakers at the 2005 NanoCommerce/SEMI NanoForum™ in Chicago: http://www.semi.org/en/Press/P036733
* Supply and demand of nanotechnology: http://www.nanotech-now.com/news.cgi?story_id=21109
* Article about Raymond Kurzweil's ideas:http://www.nanomercado.com/immortality-only-20-years-away-says-scie/_C3VTDDatmVFzWaF4O1n_f6qQsNXbt8raLb1vFGvFvFAlqoI6Q_6zXmGKBuiM0Q0i
* Implications of world demographic change: http://www.allbusiness.com/north-america/united-states-missouri-metro-areas/1013315-1.html
* Introduction of different types of nanotechnology: http://scienceray.com/technology/nanotechnology-as-a-source-of-innovation/
* The Law of Accelerating Returns: http://www.kurzweilai.net/articles/art0134.html?printable=1
efficient wireless energy transfer technology based on the absorption, wireless transfer, and accumulation of solar energy in the most efficient way, with a very small loss of energy in the process. Used for machines and binots to power them.
advanced wireless technology to send and receive data wirelessly. This technology is widely used in the 2060s. One of its most important uses is allowing the connectivity between binots and external electronic machinery and computers.
bionanobots that interact and connect human neurons and
thoughts with machine translators, so that humans can communicate
and operate machines by simply using their minds.