When science fiction becomes hard science...

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When science fiction becomes hard science...

Postby bretonlass » Tue Nov 17, 2009 10:50 am

Apparently, the NASA has created the first-ever tricorder.

For more info, head here and there.

We're not quite at the medical diagnosis scan level yet, but it's just nifty all the same. As a certain someone said, one small step for a man...

Technology has truly advanced in leaps and bounds since Roddenberry's original series.

Cheers,

Eloise :)
"First, you see the world in black and white. After a while, you begin to see the shades of gray. And if you but have the courage to try, you then get to see all the colours of the rainbow." My philosophy of life

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Postby Windwalker » Wed Nov 18, 2009 1:59 am

If you go discipline by discipline, the technological advances have been quite astonishing. The big bumps (space travel, beating dementia and cancer...) are another matter!
For I come from an ardent race
That has subsisted on defiance and visions.


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