The U.S. Navy Just Admitted They've Created Something So Advanced It Will Destroy EverythingJul 12, 2023
The world has changed enormously in recent decades. What once seemed impossible has now become the norm and we are only scratching the surface of what humanity is capable of. Things that we used to see only in science fiction movies slowly take material form in our daily lives. lives and the things that await us in the future
willleave you speechless from flying cars to real-life warp drive these are 15 emerging technologies that
willchange the world's number 15 Sonic extinguishers in less than 30 seconds a small flame can become in a dangerous wildfire and wildfire can travel up to 15 miles per hour and devour
everythingin its path.
In 2003, an unexpected fire in the Siberian Tiger
destroyed more than 55 million acres of pristine forest, so it's understandable that the fire may be a dire warning until now. Our options for dealing with this enemy were somewhat limited when firefighters spray a building with water, many times the water ends up
destroying more than the fire. If it is a forest or a fire in a crop field, the approach is to create a barrier that prevents further spread. from the flames, for example, farmers plow the field trying to prevent the fire from spreading, but students at George Mason University had a new idea to fight the fire, their secret weapon is solid, that's right, this one is so crazy that the Revolutionary could be. invention that will change their entire reasoning was simple, similar to the way we blow out a candle, sound waves actually interrupt the airflow needed to maintain the fire, so
theyspent some time experimenting and discovering what type of sound worked best. , the result was serious sounds, really serious. extinguish fires, the question remains how to implement this on a large scale without breaking people's windows and deafening them in the process once we realize that, we will soon see firefighters throwing the base everywhere before continuing as this video.
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advancedthat it will destroy the planet, so if you are one of the people who cares. that humans will one day destroy the planet that fear became much more real recently news emerged that documents released from the highest levels of the US department of defense detailing
somethingcalled project Omega apparently project Omega was the creating an
advancedweapon that can be powered by a near-Earth satellite or betting that such a weapon would be capable of emitting a devastatingly precise laser beam that can practically destroy anything in its path, even if it looks like something out of a science fiction movie.
Laser weapons are too real, for example the USS Zumwalt. The US Navy's largest and most advanced warship already has a similar laser that can shoot down enemy aircraft in mid-flight, so it's not out of the realm of possibility that the Army could create a much larger and , although attempts are made to mitigate this information leak, eventually the US Navy was forced to reveal the existence of this top secret project which left the world in shock and disbelief. The consequences of a country exercising this type of power can be detrimental to the world in which we live.
Do you think any country should possess such a terrifying weapon? Is it
justified to produce such weapons? Comment below with the hashtag Untold Topic and let us know your thoughts regarding what we just showed on the screen, that being said, let's keep things moving, hydrogen number 14. Hopefully the race for fuel cells soon be a thing of the past, so companies around the world are racing to find the best option and there is promising technology highlighting hydrogen fuel cells before we look at why hydrogen powered vehicles. They are potentially better than pure electric ones. Let's see what it is about.
Hydrogen is the most abundant element in the universe. The sun is made of it and it is present in practically all living beings. There is no life without hydrogen. The problem is on Earth, mainly combined. with oxygen in the form of water, this is where the problems begin because we first need to input energy to remove the hydrogen from the water. Pure hydrogen is highly flammable, so if we combine it with oxygen in a fuel cell, the reaction between these two elements produces electricity, in essence, we obtain a battery that produces electricity and heat, the only waste that comes out of this process It is water that can be drunk.
I mean, it really doesn't get any better than that. Hydrogen fuel cells can be refueled much faster than electric ones, so why aren't they being put to good use? The first problem was producing hydrogen, since it requires a lot of energy. The other is that a lot of new infrastructure will need to be built to have it available everywhere. Still, the benefits outweigh the risks and I believe that eventually hydrogen fuel cells will change our future for the better. Metaverse Number 13: You've probably already heard of the metaverse, but do you know what it means and how it will forever change the way we live our lives?
Although Mark Zuckerberg, the owner of Facebook, tried to claim the term meta for himself by changing the name of his company, the truth is that there are many multiverses being
createdas we speak, the term metaverse dates back to 1992 in a science fiction novel about snow in the human novel. They were using a three-dimensional virtual space to communicate with each other and software agents, each human having their own virtual representation called an avatar. You can think of it like Neo in The Matrix movies, when he's in The Matrix, he's not really him. It is his Avatar and he is simply controlling it and although this concept seems relatively simple, the implications for our future are enormous and almost impossible to understand.
Until now, the metaverse has mainly been used for games and occasional meetings, but there is no way to foresee it. What will happen in the long term when we no longer physically go out to work but instead work as avatars in virtual offices. This will have a tremendous impact on our daily lives. Different aspects of our lives will change drastically, for example the travel industry, it will not be necessary to travel to Rome jump into the metaverse and see the Colosseum as if you were already there, eventually you will be able to touch it, feel it and even smell the air, how wonderful is that? number 12.
Robots, we would be remiss if we talked about the future. and we didn't mention robots a few decades ago we were dreaming of a future where robots would be part of everyday life, although we are not there yet, we have one foot through that door, so to speak, robots already They are a big part of the industry, but talking robots are starting to become a reality, with Tesla building its Optimus robot and other companies following suit. We can expect them to start taking over human jobs relatively soon, which in itself will have ramifying consequences for the entire planet, and then as robots become more human-like, they will. change the way we view relationships, for example, one of the most famous human-like robots is Sophia and she can already display 60 shades of human emotions, however, we must be aware that walking robots performing physical tasks are just one part of this equation. about Nano robots that will be used to cure diseases and create superhumans Nanorobots are just what their name suggests, little things that can be programmed to prepare our bodies or improve our capabilities.
This invention alone will change the way humans function, even though it is the most promising yet. A disturbing aspect of robots is the development of AI or artificial intelligence. Experts say it's not a matter of if, but when AI becomes sentient or self-aware. What happens then is anyone's guess: it could be great for humanity or it could be disastrous. launch number 11 many new ideas seem ridiculous when they are first presented, for example, Airbnb couldn't attract investors at first because no one believed that people would let strangers into their homes in exchange for money, today Airbnb is valued at around 75 billion dollars.
I told you to invest in people who think they can just put satellites in Earth's orbit instead of spending millions of dollars on expensive rockets. You'd probably laugh at that proposition, but in about a decade I'll be the one laughing, the company is called spin. launch Their reasoning is simple, it costs a huge amount of money to launch anything into space, even a satellite, so why not make it simpler? The secret weapon is an accelerator that is actually a vacuum-sealed centrifuge. Simply put, they spin the object so fast that once released, it shoots into the atmosphere at an incredible speed of 5,000 miles per hour, this is enough to allow the object to reach an altitude of 200,000 feet and at that point smaller rockets fire up and push the object to an orbital speed of seventeen thousand five hundred miles per hour this can reduce the cost of launch when multiplied I know what you're going to ask why hasn't it been done right already the object is carried around of 10,000 G of force so first they have to develop a satellite that can withstand such tension, but then they are very close to reaching the number 10.
Cultured meat No, it is not meat that likes to go to the movies. Cultured meat is meat produced in a laboratory. Alright, in the future, that's probably all we'll do. we will be able to obtain and perhaps it will be better this way, we probably all know that agriculture is one of the main causes of pollution. About 80 percent of all agricultural land is used for meat or dairy production, but imagine all the mammals alive on planet Earth, 86 percent of all of those. mammals are either humans or livestock, so reducing that consumption would probably do wonders for our planet and all the living things on it, including us, if you think about it that way, lab-grown meat doesn't sound so bad anymore, right?
But let's take a look and see how Bucky was made for us lab meat is not fake meat. I mean, it's not like they're making something and then they call it meat, they use real muscle fibers from a real animal and they extract stem cells from it, then they put the stem cells in. a bioreactor and turning it into new tissue or meat sounds simple enough, but it's actually a pretty complicated process that requires thousands of fibers just to get a piece of meat, but as with anything else, that process is just being refined, the The first laboratory meat was produced in Holland in 2013 and costs around 250 thousand dollars.
Recently, an Israeli team made a steak for just fifty dollars. Number nine. floating farms. If you still don't like lab-grown meat, I totally understand, but how about milk and eggs from floating cows? and the chickens, yes, technology is real and it is here to stay. The masterminds behind the concept had their idea after Hurricane Sandy hit New York. In normal situations, 1,500 trucks arrive in the Big Apple every day carrying food for its inhabitants after the hurricane interrupted this route. The store aisles became empty, so the Rotterdam team started thinking about how to bring quality fresh food close to big cities and in 2019 the floating farms were born.
This production system is great. The floating farm is built on several levels, the lowest being below the water level so it can be used to cool the system, the food for the cows is produced hydroponically, meaning it requires no land, just water and all water used is actually rainwater that is collected from the roof once they install a windmill. The energy used in the system will be obtained from renewable sources and soon there will also be a floating chicken farm that produces high-quality eggs. That's called thinking outside the box. Floating farms have already sparked a lot of interest around the world, especially in cities.
Like Singapore, which have no land to grow food, some variation of floating farms will undoubtedly be essential for the future of humanity. Brain enhancements number eight, as you've seen, the future is going to be wild and if you don't get the Image by now our next clip will literally blow your mind, neurotechnology is about to change the way we understand and use our brains. Imagine having a smartphone and a virtual assistant like Siri practically integrated into your brain with a microchip that specifies The technology is known as BCI or brain-computer interface. Once operational, such implants would allow a person to communicate with the computer and other devices simply by thinking.
Proving that it is safe to havesuch implants, the next potential concern will undoubtedly be safety. What happens if someone hacks your chip? Can it ever be truly safe? But still, the potential benefits of such devices far outweigh the risks. The potential implications of such technology are immeasurable. Gaming will likely be one of the business sectors to implement this technology early on, but even though the entertainment and leisure that comes from running all the appliances in your home with just your thoughts sounds intriguing. I believe that the most important use of this technology will be in the medical sector.
Imagine people with paralysis moving a wheelchair or even an exoskeleton suit simply by using their thoughts like this. of technology has the potential to change Humanity from its core, what do you think about it? Would you like to have a chip in your head or do you think it's going too far? Number seven: extended reality, so you thought augmented reality was the thing of the future. Well, think again because there's a new cat in town and his name is extended reality. Extended reality is a relatively new term used to describe technology that encompasses virtual reality, augmented reality and mixed reality, with one of the easiest to understand being virtual reality.
It's a computer. generated simulated experience that uses a virtual reality headset, so basically instead of seeing a 2D representation of something, you can experience a 3D version of the same thing, so if we have experience and it is usually completely virtual and not based In reality, that is why it is mainly used for games, on the other hand, augmented reality is based on representing a real world environment, but enhancing the objects that are inside in simple terms, if you record something with a camera and then it overlays digital objects which is a form of augmented reality, for this to work you can use special tools like AR headsets but it is not necessary as many smartphones already use them.
AR in very diverse applications, when you mix VR and AR, you get a mixed reality. Think of it as AR with the ability to change the setting to a virtual one. All of this sounds amazing, but what happens if we combine all of these experiences into one device? what the future holds and the potential applications for such a device are limitless once it becomes the norm nothing will ever be the same number six flying cars the roads where we go we don't need roads with this one line from the 1989 movie Back into the Future the imagination of millions of people was impressed with a single thought flying cars for decades it seemed like the idea was a fool's dream but it is finally about to come true and although Elon Musk would have us dig tunnels deep under the surface of the land An increasing number of flying car prototypes are already on their way to becoming the preferred means of travel and if you're wondering whether it will be difficult to get a pilot's license, there's a solution for that too: introduce the black fly opener into its computer-controlled navigation system.
All you need to do is sit in this single-seat capsule and enter your destination, then simply relax and enjoy the view as the black fly's eight propellers take you to a distance of 65 kilometers at a speed of up to 130 kilometers per hour if If you want some adrenaline, then the speeder is the right choice. It is a fast flying motorcycle originally intended for army police. However, they are already planning to produce some for recreational use. Another extreme version of a flying motorcycle is the Lazarus lmv 496 in With the push of a button, this futuristic 1300 horsepower motorcycle turns into a flying motorcycle.
This was just a glimpse of what awaits us around the corner and from the looks of it, it's going to be an incredible warp drive number five, it seems like a lot of the things people see in sci-fi movies are being made. slowly but surely becoming a reality, so soon one could hear the words Warp Drive Mr. Spock in real life. So what is Warp Drive and why is it important if you want to take a space trip and explore the stars you probably know that with our current technology it would take us 6,300 years to reach the nearest star, Proxima Centauri, so for now any type Interstellar travel is out of the question;
However, if we had a warp drive, such a journey would be over in seconds. In the Star Trek series, the warp drive juggles space and time in a way that was long thought to be confined to the realm of fiction, until a scientist named Miguel Alcubiere discovered that it is actually possible to create a warp drive. Even more interesting things, the scientists were inspired by an episode of Star Trek next Generation when they came up with the idea, then another physicist named Eric Lance found himself confined during the coveted pandemic as, as a team, he was captivated by Miguel's article about warp drives. and he decided to give it some thought, he developed an even simpler concept that is theoretically possible and, although it's nowhere near being built, it looks like we're getting closer to creating a real-life warp drive.
Stars, here we go, number four. graphene what is harder than a diamond but more elastic than rubber what is stronger than steel but lighter than aluminum yes, such a material really exists and it is called graphene when graphene was invented in 2004 it was hailed as one of the greatest discoveries of the 21st century Since then, scientists have been working hard to develop easier and cheaper ways to produce this wonderful metal. So what are some of the potential uses for graphene when it comes to electricity? I know some companies are considering it as a possible replacement for the silicone used in electronics and others project that graphene used for batteries would have electrical retention at least 10 times better than anything used today.
It is also the thinnest material imaginable as it is barely an atom thick and even as thin as that it is still visible to the naked eye how strange it is that a graphene barrier is not permeable even for glasses it can also be used to purify water better than any other material known to man imagine pouring seawater through a graphene filter and getting fresh water on the other side and here we are just scratching the surface, that's why the EU dedicated 1.3 billion euros to the research related to graphene to see what else it can do, it is almost certain that in the coming decades graphene will play an important role in our lives.
Number three: AI. The world has been talking about AI in the past few months, so it's only natural that we talk about it too. I mean, it could cause the extinction of humanity, so I think it's pretty important. Wouldn't you agree that apart from Chachi BT and similar AIS threatening to take our jobs and make us obsolete, the real threat and opportunity comes from AI becoming sentient or a singularity and experts say it is not a question of if, but of when? that will happen, Mo God, chief commercial officer of Google X, and an extremely respected expert has been very explicit about the threats of such an event.
If the AI sees humanity as a problem, it will find ways to eliminate the threat if it deems us useful. They will be able to coexist in a mutually beneficial way, of course, there are people who believe that we will be able to control the singularity, which according to Godad is practically impossible, according to him, by 2049 AI will have become a billion times more intelligent than humans, if we try to Imagine what that means, it's about the difference between humans and bees, and you know what's the scariest thing about that? Ask yourself how concerned you are about the well-being of bees, of course we need them to pollinate our plants, but we wouldn't care if a bee died, that's food for thought number two, deepfakes have become the norm a Even though Hollywood has used the technology for years, it has only recently become available through various apps and other software.
The repercussions of this are all just starting to become apparent: anyone can become anyone else, and that proposition is scary, while some Some fake videos can be quite funny, others carry much more dangerous proposals. An example of this is a video that emerged of Ukrainian President Zielinski. ask his troops to lay down their weapons and go home; On the other hand, jobs as news anchors may become obsolete as a deepfake can be used regardless of who reads the news; Some uses of deepfakes are justified, such as replacing an actor if he or she dies after the death of Paul Walker, his character was resurrected in Fast and the Furious 7 using this technology, this of course has ethical ramifications, but it seems that the world is okay with that, but what happens when deepfakes get as good as we can?
Not separating them from what is real and what happens when AI starts using deepfakes. How well we can distinguish what is real from what is fake. Some social media platforms prohibit the use of deepfakes, but it does not seem likely that this technology will ever go away. We will have to find a way to live with it, but it will surely change the world we live in. Private space travel number one, but let's end on a lighter note. I don't think there is a person in this world who hasn't done it. At one point, I looked up at the sky and wondered what it was all about.
Until now, space travel has been reserved for the lucky few astronauts who get the chance, but the way things are developing and with new technologies being invented all the time, we may be on our own. capable of going to space even for a short time recently, a group of fans made a successful three-day trip to Earth's orbit thanks to companies such as SpaceX, Virgin Galactic and the blue origin Elon Musk. SpaceX has made great strides in making space travel cheaper, but others are trying to find innovative new ways to get there, a space perspective and a world view, they are developing space balloons.
As crazy as it may seem, these balloons could transport people to Earth's orbit at a much cheaper price than a rocket. Some companies are not only looking to organize trips to space. but also create suborbital cities that would be used for tourism and there are rumors that the Chinese are trying to build a space elevator, so although we are a long way from ordinary people going to space, it seems that for now the time has come from space. It's still reserved for astronauts and the ultra-rich, but there's no doubt that our time is coming too. Thank you for joining me in this exploration of emerging technologies that will change the world forever.
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