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in the future a computer can smaller then a quarter

If you said this to someone 50 years ago, they would call you an idiot.
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I've always had a small dream of going back to the 60's or 70's with just my own home gadgets and show off! tongue.gif
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post #13 of 17
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If you said this to someone 50 years ago, they would call you an idiot.

Thanks for pointing out that I left "be" out. I was really tired at 1am sleepysmileyanim.gif

I am pretty sure they might also lock you up for being nuts lol. I mean even when my dad went through engineering school and they were learning Fortran the professor would tell them computers were only going to get bigger as time went on to fit all the new components.biggrin.gif
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Digital DNA
Forget plastic surgery -- or even make-up. Using an in-home appliance, women or men will interact with a touchscreen mirror that will change how you look with the touch of a button. For example, you could try a different eye color, skin tone, or even alter the length of your eyelashes.
Once you’ve seen the “new you” in the mirror, you can step into a DNA re-sequencing machine. Scientists will know how to make the minor adjustments to your DNA for instant results. Once you have programmed your look, it will stay active until the next time you step into the DNA sequencer.


Wasn't there a movie about this? I think some girl goes in to a machine tweaks her appearance into a male version and a malfunction replicates her or something...

I know im not that crazy
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This reminds me of that show "Beyond 2000" that was on Discovery Channel (I think) back in the day--mid 90's. They had some of the dumbest things on there that they implied would become big in the 21st century. Can't say I recall one thing from that show that has made it to the mainstream.

"Soft paper" is probably the only thing on that list that I could see as both (a) realistically practical to make, and (b) realistically desired by the masses and (c) given enough research and funding to develop.

As for the rest of that list--mostly I would say crap is crap, don't really see much of that stuff becoming either developed enough or popular enough--at least, not within the next 15 years.
    
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post #16 of 17
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This reminds me of that show "Beyond 2000" that was on Discovery Channel (I think) back in the day--mid 90's. They had some of the dumbest things on there that they implied would become big in the 21st century. Can't say I recall one thing from that show that has made it to the mainstream.

"Soft paper" is probably the only thing on that list that I could see as both (a) realistically practical to make, and (b) realistically desired by the masses and (c) given enough research and funding to develop.

As for the rest of that list--mostly I would say crap is crap, don't really see much of that stuff becoming either developed enough or popular enough--at least, not within the next 15 years.


Hahah I loved that show.

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post #17 of 17
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I like all of them... however:
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Digital DNA
Forget plastic surgery -- or even make-up. Using an in-home appliance, women or men will interact with a touchscreen mirror that will change how you look with the touch of a button. For example, you could try a different eye color, skin tone, or even alter the length of your eyelashes.
Once you’ve seen the “new you” in the mirror, you can step into a DNA re-sequencing machine. Scientists will know how to make the minor adjustments to your DNA for instant results. Once you have programmed your look, it will stay active until the next time you step into the DNA sequencer.
Sounds a little ridiculous for your average household to have one of these anywhere in the near future(aka less than 50 years from now) right?

Im sure they said the same thing about almost everything we have today 50 years ago
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