A new age of science has started. Starting now, and lasting for the next 15 decades, several discoveries will be made and discovered at an amazing speed. Of course, we’ll have amazing discoveries 15 decades outside, but right now marks a specific stage in our history in science and technology which may shape our lives for several decades beforehand, and will reevaluate our thinking. Here are only a couple of these things which will change the entire world.
Over the last year, a new sort of stem cell research has started. Stem cell research has ever been shrouded with controversy due to the demand for individual embryos. A new technique has been perfected that enables scientists to choose the skin cells from a patient and basically transform them to stem cells (that has only been completed on animals).
Having a patient’s own stem cells today (in the patient’s skin, no embryos needed) available they could then convert them to almost any cell in the human body and replicate them. That is enormous, and improvements can come fast today because human embryos are not required and politics will not get in the way.
Lately, The Large Hadron Collider project declared it is a soon-to-be conclusion. They installed the final significant role in this enormous under floor particle accelerator. Researchers are expecting by bashing components and atoms in near light levels they could unravel lots of the puzzles in science and quantum mechanics.
The Large Hadron Collider may tell us whether there are different measurements, and make Michio Kaku pleased by also letting us know when sequences do exist (sub-atomic scale) and if String Theory is reality.
Last, we’re also entering a new telescope kind of age. The Large Binocular Telescope has formally declared its rivalry. It’s two 8.4 meter mirrors to see the night skies like never before. It’ll have ten times the resolution of the Hubble Telescope. We have the Kepler Mission that will seem at 100,000 celebrities and search for Earth-like planets in space. We also have the Giant Magellan Telescope, along with The Thirty Meter Telescope (Major Funding From Gordon Moore) slated sort completion by 2015.
Over the next 10 years, these telescopes will have the ability to confirm if you can find really rocky Earth-like worlds out there using the components for life. Our brand new science is telling us that at the very least a quarter of all stars have planets orbiting them. Considering that there are about 400 billion stars in our galaxy, and also at least 100 billion galaxies, the chances are fantastic to get earth-like planets to be approximate.
We have verified multiple rugged somewhat larger than Earth planets in the habitable zone. Together with our new technology and telescopes, we could see exactly how many there are, and what their atmospheres are created from.
Going a step farther. We may make one of the largest discoveries of time over the next 20 years if we keep in the speed of technological progress that we’re likely at. We might perhaps know the answer to if there’s another life out there, not out of the ground. I personally think it might only be that there is or is not, but the scientific community is saying over 15-20 years we might finally have a response.
Concluding. We’re making substantial progress in medicine, technology, distance, and other regions. It is intriguing to realize how far we’ve come as a civilization. Hopefully, along with all our advances, we realize how important the basic things are and maintain our ground healthy and clean. It’s an exciting occasion, like the ride.
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