What looks possible by 2020 if the research from five different research groups can be combined ?
Here is the five things to combine –
Magnetic nanoparticles under computer control – determine how the cilia operate.
3. in the same article as number 2 other researchers have used magnetized nanoparticles to control cells and hold them in desired positions and shapes
4. From the exclusive nextbigufuture interview with an executive from Tilera, a company that makes One hundred core CPUs that use 7 times less energy for the same processing power as Intel chips.
Tilera forecast making 3D cube chips with 1000 cores by 2020.
FPGA like processes can make memristor-CMOS chips.
Memristor nanowires scale down to 5 nanometer feature size.
Each memristor can do the work of 10 transistors
Therefore the 2020 possibility combining the above – 5 nanometer feature size, 20 layer chips with only half micron thickness.
300 by 300 by 20 layers of memristors would be equal to about 2 million memristors with a performance of 20 million transistors implantable into a
living cell. If the living cells have flagella they would have with computer controlled movement.
Biotime reversed the aging of human cells – restores telomeres to embryonic state. Aging REVERSED in human cells.
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