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An awesome Virtual Reality pic! Modern medicine... Paving the way towards vastly longer human life spans by _thinking_human check us out: http://bit.ly/1KyLetq

ILMxLAB’s Diana Williams and Michael Koperwas will join us at TechCrunch Disrupt SF - http://www.popularaz.com/ilmxlabs-diana-williams-and-michael-koperwas-will-join-us-at-techcrunch-disrupt-sf/

We mortals take solace in knowing that someday our cares will scatter with the dust of our bones. For the gods who walk among us no such hope exists…especially for the goddess who must witness our deaths. A mysterious thread draws these lives together across the span of history and summons one of them toward an unspeakable fate. Follow the thread as mortal cares scatter with The Lightness of Dust.- A MUST READ for any thinking this could be reality.

Winners of the 2015 Sony World Photography Awards

<span>2nd Place, Conceptual. "</span><span>Futuristic Archaeology" </span><span>This project attempts at recreating the museum diorama with actual people and their livestock in a real place where desertification is taking place in Mongolia. </span>The look is accomplished with printed images on a billboard placed in conjunction with the actual landscape. I hope to accomplish a sense that the lives of these nomadic people occur between this reality and a virtual space of a museum. Mongolian…

Where are the limits of human technology? And can we somehow avoid them? This is where quantum computers become very interesting.

'Seven Good Years' Remembers Tiny Moments Writ Exquisitely Large

cool &#039The Odds That We&#039re In Foundation Reality Is One In Billions,&#039 States Tesla Founder Elon Musk

Valve's push into VR will span many headsets from many companies

Currently, the HTC Vive is the only virtual reality headset that's part of Valve's Steam VR push. That's not because it's the only one, but because it's the only one we know about thus far.

Fourth-density physical bodies are less dense than third-density ones. People will begin to perceive the light that radiates from their bodies and other fourth-density matter. Colors will take on deeper hues and sounds will expand in depth, creating a whole new range of possibilities in the arts. People will consume lighter foods and more liquids than before. Everyone will have one job description – to serve humanity in the best way of which they are capable --Owen Waters