The average weight of a North American has peaked and in fact has begun to decline! Heart disease remains on of the top killers!


Prediction was to be opened in April, 2015 however it was not opened and verified until January 21, 2017.

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A vaccine for urinary tract infections will exist


Prediction was to be opened in April, 2015 however it was not opened and verified until January 21, 2017.

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Zombies. for real.


Prediction was to be opened in December, 2014, however it was not opened and verified until January 21, 2017.

Published in: on December 30, 2009 at 12:48 pm  Leave a Comment  
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The Implications of Murderless Meat

Oh boy. Eight Ways In-Vitro Meat Will Change Our Lives.


  1. No more ranches, factory farms or over-fishing
  2. Increased urbanization of the human population
  3. Healthier humans
  4. Cleaner planet
  5. The economies of nations that depend on meat sales will collapse
  6. We’ll be able to eat responsibly grown Anything. Including endangered species, extinct species, even humans
  7. Urban in-vitro meat factories with spur development of urban veggie farms
  8. Less shame
Published in: Uncategorized on December 7, 2009 at 1:06 pm  Leave a Comment  
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By The Time I’m Old I Want…

We all have ideas about what future technologies might look like, from flying cars to holodecks or data storage in our brains, but those things sound most appealing to the versions of ourselves we know today.

For instance, today I would love to be able to upload information into my brain and access it automatically as if it were a memory, or just something I know. This would be like having total recall, or a photographic memory. The reason I would like this right now is that I am in school, and I’m about to enter the workforce in a major way. It might not give me an advantage if everyone else has this technology too, but it would make me very effective. Plus, it would mean never forgetting all the experiences I am yet to experience.

These technologies won’t be around for a long time though. They won’t be common until The Future, when I am most likely to be a very old man.

So what does Old Matt want in The Future?

  • A media display that knows when I’ve fallen asleep and pauses itself
  • An informational interface that doesn’t require good eyesight or hearing, but allows me to just know what is being presented to me
  • High fidelity conversion of all old media, so I can watch my antique DVDs and don’t need to spend hours scanning paper things
  • Teleporters or Farcasters of course
  • A resort on the moon, with 1/6 the gravity to give my aching joints a break
  • Robots of all kinds for all kinds of jobs (or gorillas that fulfill the same functions)
  • Clean air, Clean water, Healthy food
  • Respectful youngins
  • Longer life

I suppose this is a different sort of bucket list. What would you like to have when you’re 120 years old?

Published in: Uncategorized on November 22, 2009 at 1:57 pm  Comments (1)  
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Kurzweil and de Grey Stretching Our Lives Day by Day

The Star has an article about Ray Kurzweil’s quest for immortality. It doesn’t go into the deep science of it but I always love seeing these kinds of stories in mainstream media.


Published in: Uncategorized on November 15, 2009 at 8:02 pm  Leave a Comment  

Aspartame will cause cancer in everyone


Verified: July 9, 2009

Published in: on December 17, 2008 at 11:36 pm  Leave a Comment  
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