In 2012, Russian Billionaire Dmitry Itskov announced the founding of the 2045 Initiative which he explained is a way to extend the human life by replacing human beings with hybrid bio-electronic replicas. Partnering with Itskov in the project are many Russian experts in the fields of anthropomorphic robotics, living systems modeling and brain and consciousness modeling. The 2045 Initiative begins in earnest in 2015 and is scheduled to achieve all of its goals by the year 2045.
Natasha Demkina, from Saransk, Russia, has a special gift, a gift that her parents have known about since she was a child but up until the mid-2000’s, kept secret from the world. Her eerie ability to see inside of human bodies has been demonstrated before witnesses time and time again. Experts say nobody since Edgar Cayce has demonstrated such a profound ability to confound scientists with her “X-Ray eyes” – her innate ability to see organs, tissues, bacteria, viruses, and make accurate medical diagnosis.
In what some claim may be the greatest invention since the wheel, an Irish inventor’s 23 years of effort may have finally paid off. The 58 year old electrical engineer claims to have invented an electromechanical device that runs on 12-volt batteries and is capable of replenishing its own power supply. Once powered up, it is capable of running indefinitely – or at least until its parts wear out.
Perpetual motion, although seemingly impossible to produce, has fascinated both inventors and the general public for hundreds of years. The enormous appeal of perpetual motion resides in the promise of a virtually free and limitless source of power. The fact that perpetual-motion machines cannot work because they violate the laws of thermodynamics has not discouraged inventors and hucksters from attempting to break, circumvent, or ignore those laws. Did Orffyreus succeed in this endeavor?
Daniel Dunglas Home, pronounced hume, was once described by Beloff as ”the most celebrated medium of all time, judging by the number and impressiveness of the séances of which we have records and by the caliber of the observers whom he attracted in the many countries he visited”.
The run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without rest. Virtually flipping hundreds of coins each second, they are operated and maintained by one or the United States most prominent educational institutions – Princeton University. And scientists have discovered that they predict the future.
You can’t be in two places at the same time. Or can you? Many believe that each of us has a “doppelganer”, an exact duplicate or twin, that occasionally stalks its better half. Doppelgangers commonly appear when a person is deathly ill or shortly before a person dies. The rarely appear side-by-side with heir counterpart but often conduct the same affairs as their counterpart including visiting and talking with family and friends.
The story is known throughout the world embodied in story and song. Sent by King Herod and following a shining star in the sky, the Three Wise Men travelled throughout the East until they reached the newborn king, the baby Jesus where they embellished him with gifts. But who were the Three Wise Men and what was the mysterious star that they followed?
How life came to be is a hotly debated topic. Many think that a one-of-a-kind chemical reaction occurred 4 billion years ago that just happened to spawn the first sign of life. On January 8, 2009, scientists did the unbelievable – they created life or something very close to it (or at least as we define life).