Books, The Future

Sci-fi Predictions – Stories that Give a Preview of the Future

Science fiction writing is often packed with inventions that test the limits of our imagination. Even though the authors write these stories for entertainment purposes, many of them have unintentionally predicted future events, or items, that have since become a part of every day life. These include: Tanks H.G. Wells became one of the world’s… Continue reading Sci-fi Predictions – Stories that Give a Preview of the Future

Humans

Disturbed Minds – Real Life Human Experiments

Many times, reviewing history can reveal the more dangerous side of humanity. It can also show our unexplained cruelty, as these disturbing human experiments will demonstrate: Experiments on Newborns In the 1960s, researchers at the University of California used newborns as the subjects of their tests to find out more about blood pressure. The 113… Continue reading Disturbed Minds – Real Life Human Experiments

Humans, The Future

Futuristic Technologies That Already Exist

Hover cars Did you ever think you’d fly in a car? Hover cars have always been considered too futuristic for reality. People have believed that it’s impossible to have cars that can fly, and we are happy with thinking of them as part of the movies. However, this is one of the 10 future technologies… Continue reading Futuristic Technologies That Already Exist

Humans

Psychokinesis – Motion from the Mind  

Throughout history there has been a large amount recorded and researched about those that have special abilities. A combination of the words ‘psi’ meaning mind and ‘kinesis’ meaning to move, psychokinesis is the ability to control the mind in such a way that makes it possible to move physical objects. There are two different categories… Continue reading Psychokinesis – Motion from the Mind  

Mythology

Transportation to another Place and Time

In 1931, Charles Fort, an American researcher into anomalous phenomena, began making reference to teleportation spaces and places where doors opened into parallel worlds. He expressed the possibility that these doors were where UFOs and/or spirits enter our realm. He believed that if they can cross over into our world we should be able to… Continue reading Transportation to another Place and Time

Humans

Superhumans – Evolution in the Making

Evolution is the way in which an organism changes to ensure a greater chance of survival. In humans this can cause a person, or a group, to become more advanced than the rest of the species. Simple genetic mutations can even be overlooked, before being passed on to descendants, changing the way they live permanently.… Continue reading Superhumans – Evolution in the Making

Mythology

Black Magic

The term black magic seems to freak almost anyone out. It has become a term that is a taboo in our society and rightfully so. Black magic has roots in many cultures - from African cultures to Middle Eastern cultures and can be found in history as well as all over the world now. The… Continue reading Black Magic

Mythology

History of Magic

Distinct from religion and science, Magic is a unique set of beliefs and practices followed for centuries across the world. It has been considered as one of the most mysterious, astonishing, and surprising elements for all of us. There are several Magicians have gained considerable fame across the world. But how did it all start… Continue reading History of Magic

Genetic Engineering, Humans

Gene Editing

Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeat (CRISPR) is a revolutionary gene editing technology that enables efficient, accurate genome modifications, in a large number of organisms and tissues. The procedure was first identified in a prokaryotic defense system, and consists of sections of genetic code that contain short repetitions of base sequences, followed by spacer DNA… Continue reading Gene Editing

Genetic Engineering, Humans

Bioprinting – The Future of Organ Donations

The idea of being able to make functional human organs, instead of waiting for uncertain donations, is not a new one. The demand for organs has always been higher than the supply, and there is the additional obstacle of the receiver’s body rejecting it even when a perfect match has been found. Research has facilitated… Continue reading Bioprinting – The Future of Organ Donations