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Two Futuristic Technologies that Exist Today

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Today I will introduce you to two pieces of futuristic technologies that are working, but not available to purchase/use, at this current moment in time.

360TB Storage Crystal

360TB Futuristic Crystal

Scientists at the University of Southampton and its Optoelectronics Research Centre have developed a futuristic storage crystal that is capable of storing 360TBs of information. To do this they have successfully been able to take advantage of five dimensions (height, length, width, the way the subject is orientated, and location) by writing a 300kb text file to it. They have also stated that it can last for up to 13.8 billion years at 190 degrees Celsius, and for a virtually unlimited lifetime at room temperature.

Our following objective is to improve the rate of crafting and come up with a magnifier-free read-out drive. We are now developing the science equivalent to what is utilized for scanning traditional disk’s,” stated Rokas Drevinskas from the University of Southampton.

The team expects that they will have the ability to produce the crystal for the mass industry within the next couple of years.

Memory Wipe

This eerie futuristic piece of technology has been developed and a working pro-type does exist. The American Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) has released a new documentary showing how a group of scientists have been able to manipulate the human mind into creating new memories, and deleting unwanted ones.

The filmmakers were quoted as saying “For much of human history, memory has been seen as a tape recorder that faithfully registers information and replays it intact. But now, researchers are discovering that memory is far more malleable, always being written and rewritten, not just by us but by others. We are discovering the precise mechanisms that can explain and even control our memories.”


To read more, follow this link to the Telegraphs article…

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