Science Fiction Inspiration for the Week ending October 18, 2015

I’ve started to see narratives since I started these weekly blog posts and it’s exciting to see them develop:

NASA continues riding the Martian wave, but I wonder how long the can sustain it.
NASA Unveils Three-Part Plan to Reach Mars by 2030s

3D printing will revolutionize manufacturing when its perfected at this rate: 3D printed teeth to keep your mouth free of bacteria

I wonder when we’ll beneift from this research: Deleting genes could boost lifespan by 60 per cent, say scientists

Diamonds can help identify cancers early (in MRI scans)

It’d be good if this techncology becomes mainstream: A Canadian start-up is removing CO2 from the air and turning it into pellets

Scientists made the lightest metal on Earth

This could lead to discrimination when it’s perfected: Scientists Can Now Predict Intelligence From Brain Activity

Is this the future of hypersonic travel? Airbus’ vision for Concorde 2 that could take off vertically and fly from New York to London in just one hour

Cats are more self willed than some people are comfortable with, but are
Cats are utterly, irredeemably selfish? True or False?

This is a good worldbuilding for a spy thriller: Watch a ‘USB killer’ stick destroy a laptop when it’s plugged in

A good detail for dystopia/thriller stories: The Navy Is Teaching Celestial Navigation Again as a Backup Plan Against Hackers

I may be collecting enough material for a raven based story at this rate: Ravens cooperate with friends not foes

Extraordinary Artificial Skin Can Transmit Sense Of Touch To Brain Cells though the subject using it seems to feel electric pulses more than true touch at this point in time it could lead to prosthetics that have a sense of touch built in them.

Team wants to sell lab grown meat in five years

First there was penicillin now Scientists May Have Accidentally Found A Cure For Cancer


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