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Changes to expect by 2030


Dick Pelletier


Ethical Technology

December 21, 2012

As our 21st Century unfolds, revolutionary changes will appear at overwhelming speeds. Most of these changes will be driven by the four NBIC areas: Nanotech, Biotech, Infotech, and Cognitech.


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Posted by AstralProjectee  on  12/26  at  07:40 AM

Hi Dick Pelletier, can you share something more about “This breakthrough” with “Neuron therapies” and “negative human behavior” your talking about? I want to know more, but am not sure where this breakthrough is starting. A link to some research would be good.

Thanks.






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