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Greg M. Jung
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Re: Super Man
Greg M. Jung   5/29/2014 3:24:20 PM
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Yes, the cargo mover was cool (especially when Ripley used it to fight the Alien with it).

Pubudu
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Re: Tissue Regeneration
Pubudu   5/29/2014 2:27:44 PM
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Yes Greg I also personally like the innovation of tissue regeneration technology, It will help many peoples and also it will stop of having a second wound in order to treat the first wound. 

Mr. Wirtel
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Mr. Wirtel   5/29/2014 1:29:52 PM
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@Cabe: I do not think the intent of the military has changed a great deal since when I was discharged in 1970. If it has, I apologise. At that time the majority of military weaponry wass not designed to kill, but rather to maim and wound. That is more damaging logisticly. It is also more effective in damaging enemy morale. War is very nasty and the goal is to win. Hopefully to win without even firing a shot, but win none the less.

Mydesign
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Re: Super Man
Mydesign   5/16/2014 12:50:04 AM
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"Yes, Mydesign, and this is pretty much true in all of life, isn't it? It's all about perspective. If you want to look at things positively, great, but there are those that choose the negative way in many aspects of life, and this is what leads to problems. Since technology was created by humans, human nature like this comes into play in a big way."

Elizabeth, there is an old saying "Man propose and God dispose", in new tech era it's changed by "Likely minded peoples propose and negative minded peoples disposes"

Elizabeth M
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Re: Super Man
Elizabeth M   5/15/2014 3:54:44 AM
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The Iron Man suit would be handy for sure...I'll have ot revisit the Aliens films to see the cargo mover you're talking about. But anything that would make moving house easier is fine with me, especially as I am facing a potential move myself soon!

Cabe Atwell
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Re: Super Man
Cabe Atwell   5/14/2014 10:32:01 PM
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Personally, along with the Iron Man suit, I want the cargo mover Ripley drove in Aliens. It would make moving into a new house that much easier.

Elizabeth M
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Re: Super Man
Elizabeth M   5/13/2014 4:04:01 AM
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Yes, Mydesign, and this is pretty much true in all of life, isn't it? It's all about perspective. If you want to look at things positively, great, but there are those that choose the negative way in many aspects of life, and this is what leads to problems. Since technology was created by humans, human nature like this comes into play in a big way.

Mydesign
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Re: Super Man
Mydesign   5/12/2014 5:54:39 AM
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"Yes, in a way it kind of reminds me of the Internet, Mydesign. It has been a really amazing idea that's changed our lives in so many ways, but people like hackers take advantage of it and use it for ill purposes"

Elizabeth, exactly. Certain peoples are approaching technology with negative mind and continue with similar experiments.

Elizabeth M
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Re: Super Man
Elizabeth M   5/8/2014 5:13:22 AM
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Yes, in a way it kind of reminds me of the Internet, Mydesign. It has been a really amazing idea that's changed our lives in so many ways, but people like hackers take advantage of it and use it for ill purposes.

Mydesign
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Re: Re : 10 Technologies That Make Us Super-Human
Mydesign   5/8/2014 2:56:36 AM
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"That's exactly the conundrum with some of this enhancement medical technology. Where do you draw the line between improving people's lives when something has been taken away from them physically, and just improving a human's physicality just for the sake of doing it?"

Elizabeth, that line has to be drawn by the policy makers.

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