Nuclear Regulatory Commission Has Nearly Frozen Nuclear Designs for 48 Years

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission will certify NuScale’s small modular nuclear reactor design for use in the United States. The NuScale is a smaller version of the approved pressure water reactor design which is the primary NRC design that has gotten new design variation approval over the 48-year existence of the NRC. The NRC (from …

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Overlapping Future Worlds Set in 2050-2100

The fictional Jetsons are in a world set in the 2060’s. The main character was born in our time of 2022. Any fiction set in the 2060’s with characters who are in their forties are starting to overlap our current time. Any fictional character in a world set in 2100, would be born this year …

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Aubrey de Grey Gives His Expert Insights into Potentially World Changing Antiaging

Aubrey de Grey has been leading the charge to fix damage from aging for over twenty years. He has been interviewed on Joe Rogan, 60 Minutes and many other shows. He has developed and championed the concept of repairing the seven known categories of aging damage as the way to get to comprehensive aging reversal. …

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First Major Steps to Cure Aging

Rejuvenate Bio CEO Daniel Oliver is interviewed on how he co-founded with Harvard Biotech Serial Entrepreneur and biotech giant George Church. They have over $30 million in funding. They have antiaging and disease treatments that they have testing with different dog breeds for the past two years. They have applied for initial human trials. The …

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Why Printed Books May Never Become Obsolete

Increasingly, people are relying on tablets and e-readers for all their reading needs, populating them with books, magazines, comics, and everything in between. Does that mean that someday printed books will become obsolete? The short answer is: not necessarily. The Case for Indefinitely Printed Books There are some good arguments to make for the future …

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