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Science Fiction? No More…

Over one-hundred years ago H.G. Wells enlivened our collective imagination with time machines and alien visitation, while soon thereafter one of the very first short films showed a rocket blasting off to crash into the eye of the moon. We were entertained by these ideas, but said to ourselves and each other, “That’s impossible!” As the 20th Century progressed, Albert Einstein, Nicola Tesla, Aldous Huxley, George Orwell, Philip K. Dick, Isaac Asimov, Gene Roddenberry, and many other scientists, writers, philosophers, and futurists challenged our imagination with concepts, many of which have since come to pass into the realm of the possible.

Its always been considered impossible by the realists... while the dreamers often seem to find a way.

The realists probably invented the word "impossible"... meanwhile the dreamers were discovering ways to make possible the impossible.

I guess the lesson I am trying to impart is that, if we put our hearts and minds into an endeavor, whether it be a personal manifestation or a great discovery for the good (or not so good) of humanity, very little of what is humanly imaginable is truly impossible.

With that said, here are a few links to little known advances and discoveries that you should know about from over the decade…

What About Immortality?

Read: “Who Wants To Live Forever?”

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And Weather Modification?

Watch: “H.A.A.R.P.”

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Time Travel?

Watch: “National Geographic Takes A Look At Time Travel”

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And Water As Fuel?

Watch: “Denny Klein and HHO Gas”

Watch: “Stan Meyer and the Water Fuel Cell”

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And Ultra-Efficient Solar Collectors?

Watch: “Solar Energy Technology Breakthrough”

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And A Quasi-Perpetual Motion Machine?

Watch: “Zero-Point Energy Off-The-Grid Home Generator”

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And Teleportation?

Read: “Australian Teleport Breakthrough”

Read: “Teleportation Breakthrough Made”

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And Invisibility?

Read: Science Reveals The Secrets Of Invisibility”