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  1. Artem Larin
    December 31, 2013

    What’s about mechanical heart implanting breakthrough (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/france/10532427/France-implants-its-first-artificial-heart.html), +5 extra years for longevity just for 180 000 EUR.

  2. dobermanmacleod
    December 31, 2013


    How about this? A LENR boiler that can be used to swap out conventional coal-fired boilers at power plants? Using this technology hydrogen is 5 orders of magnitude more energy dense as fossil fuel, plus clean (i.e. no radioactive material in or out).


    Or how about this? A compound that actually reverses aging in mice, set for human trails in 2014. This is probably the first of many low hanging fruit in our quest for radical life extension.

    • Facebook – alain.ditlecycliste
      January 1, 2014

      Brillouin may make a surpise, but two other competitors will sure be present in 2014.

      Andrea Rossi and his e-cat announce that the Elforsk report on the second round of independent testing should be ready in March.
      Defkalion, just announced they finished their R&D phase, and were comissioning a new reactor… news end of January they say… I wait.. but they are often late.

      some see Chinese connections…
      Japanese corps (Toyota, Mitsubishi) may also cause surprise, since Cold fusion never died in asia.

      for those interested in knowing what is happening in the domain, with a business perpective I have done that executive summary

      You can also read the site of LENR for the win , and the question “are LENR devices real”? It is cited in my exec summary.

      if you are still unsure cold fusion is real, you may find many reference in my exec summary, but the best is clearly the book (published as PDF for ICCF9, but best is to buy a copy on amazon) of Charles Beaudette “Excess Heat”

      the best book to rule out the myth.

  3. donwilhelm3
    January 30, 2014

    Even with google’s robotics acquisitions, they still don’t have consciousness. This is because even mighty Google still believes that language is symbolic, that the brain has representations and does computations, and that perception and action are separate processes.
    This short-sightedness of Google presents huge opportunities for more innovative companies.

    • Aguna Bella Ubawitz
      February 10, 2014

      Well, Kurzweil’s site has this shocking novel on convergence of singularity, AI and transhumanism – The Bequeathal: Godsent. It’s concepts are so fresh that I’m sure Google (Ray is one of their directors or something) will get plenty ideas.

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