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|"Who knows what the next 100 years will bring. It was once thought that if you travel in a straight line you would fall off the earth."|
(simon 11/4/2004 11:45:51 AM )
|"they later explain (ringworld engineers I thnk?) that your actual atoms are moved through quantum tunneling I think. Rather than destroying the original atoms and recreating them on the other end"|
(Tyrone 6/28/2007 1:02:32 PM )
|"others believe that someday we would have the technology to alter our biological makeup into self sustaining energy lifeforms thus enabling us to perform teleportation, telepathic communication, telekinetic jobs, interstellar travel and biomolecular and genetic manipulation. Ergo making us superhumans."|
( 7/19/2007 9:53:20 PM )
|"Seeing the advaces made in both science and technology over the past century, I would not be surprised if the next century brought about wonders we can barely imagine today."|
(Michael 2/9/2009 7:38:29 AM )
|"Humanity is on the cusp of a new renaissance. The geeks shall inherit the Earth."|
(frankdozier 9/20/2009 12:53:56 AM )
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