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Future Technologies

In the first half, analyst of geopolitics and foreign policy Craig B. Hulet offered commentary on the Russian attacks in Syria, and current news.

In the latter half, author and researcher L.A. Marzulli and writer/producer Richard Shaw discussed their ongoing work on the amazing patterns of unfolding prophecies, along with UFOs and aliens.

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Future Technologies

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Date: Wednesday - May 2, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Jan Hodges

During the first three hours, scientist Jan Hodges discussed the latest developments in 'Star Trek' like technology that will allow humans to realize their full potential in various fields. Here are his 'Top Ten Future Technologies':

  • Free Energy
  • Transporter - Tele-presence
  • Replicator Technology
  • Universal Communicator
  • Cures for Whatever Ails You
  • Fountain of Youth
  • Personal Protection
  • Flying Cars
  • Robotics/Living Computers
  • Time Machine

The Time Machine may be the most difficult to achieve, as we haven't figured out the laws of time yet, said Hodges-- though he believes we'll eventually be able to send data (but not living beings) across time. Cyborgs could be here by 2050, and "tele-presence" would allow people to experience the sensations of say being on Mars, while still here on Earth.

The first flying cars will begin to be sold by 2025, he reported, and eventually vehicles will be able to drive themselves. Teleportation will function by transmitting the "essence" of a person into a new copy of themselves at a different location, he added.

Bumper Music

Bumper music from Wednesday May 02, 2007

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    Spandau Ballet