Featured Image: With DNA storage, all of the information on the internet could fit inside of a shoebox.
Sunday, 14 April 2019, New York, NY – No matter what form of data storage you choose, there is always some limitation. Not just on the amount of data you can store, but also on how long that mode of storage can last. Paper decomposes, hard drives deteriorate, and even stones will eventually erode. But recently, novel technology has the potential to expand both of those capacities dramatically – much more than any currently existing form of data storage – and can revolutionise data storage in the process. That novel technology is one that we are already familiar with – DNA.
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Featured Image: A map of the global subway system. Click here for a magnifiable map.
Saturday, 31 March 2018, New York, NY – If you remember our last blog post, we mentioned the possibility of a global highway system that could exist by the year 2050. This potential highway system also reminded us of another massive engineering project. A man named Chris Gray, from West Yorkshire, England, created a proposal for a global metro system that is meant to make travel quick and seamless. The system connects pretty much every city of note in the world, and, when you take a look at the proposal, is actually pretty cool.
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Featured Image: An XS-1 experimental space plane
Sunday, 25 March 2018, New York, NY – Whether it be good or bad, the future has a lot in store for us. From technological revelations, to space exploration, to climate change, here are a handful of important events that will shape the future as we know it.
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