Tag Archives: future

Vsauce: messages for the future

Vsauce investigates how humanity tries to communicate with aliens. We have already send a gold platter with the Voyager missions and we have tried to explain who we are and where we are. Nobody knows if we will ever find aliens or if aliens will find the space probes, but at least we tried. Vsauce […]

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Encrypted USB drives? Why not?

Hi there, your USB stick just got stolen. S… Yup. You do not want that to happen, that is sure. Christopher Barnatt, who lectures in computing and future studies in Nottingham University Business School, explains what you can do with such encrypted USB drives. He also has a site called http://explainingcomputers.com/ where you can find […]

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Reasons to be scared of the future: a weaker human

Rhys Darby explains why should we scared of the future: the bacteria that is surrounding us is getting tougher and we are getting weaker. Why? Because some of us are too clean, wash ourselves too often and kill as many bacteria from our bodies as possible. Killing all the bacteria from our skin ensures that […]

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How does the future look like? I mean, the far-far future!

Michael Stevens, from Vsauce, explains how the future will look like for humanity and Earth and what things we will miss out on in the next millenia or million/billion years. In about 2 billion years the Andromeda Galaxy, located at 2.5 million ly away and which is coming towards us at a speed of 300km/s, […]

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Vsauce explores the future via the almighty IF path

Michael Stevens from Vsauce has created another amazing video where he explains a bit how we humans can predict or not certain things. Take planet trajectories or solar eclipses for example. They seems easy enough to predict, however it is hard to predict a storm. Micheal also answers a couple of IF questions and presents […]

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The future uses apps, and you’re one of those apps

Flexible display on your eyes. Check. Computing chip implanted in your brain. Check. Connection to internet. Check. The human of the future will installl software apps in his brain directly and will access them at will. Although the video from above is near-SciFi, you kinda know you’re going in that direction. The end of the […]

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