Headline May 10, 2019/ '' 'BODY HACKS BODE' ''



THE WORLD STUDENTS SOCIETY - is the exclusive and eternal ownership of every single student in the world.

So be very prepared to defend Humanity, eternally.

''All film rights, all book rights, all advertising revenues, all scholarships, all endowments, all sponsorship, all innovations, all inventions, are the ownership of every student in the world.

All governed by your ''elected representatives'' and overseen by a tenured ''International Committee''  chosen by the Founders through a democratic voting process.''

STUDENTS AND HUMANS have changed dramatically in our 200,000 years of existence. We've gotten taller, we live longer, and we're smarter.

We've built giant cities, domesticated animals and plants, and created and destroyed ecosystem. And the technology we built is progressing at a blistering pace. And that pace keeps picking up.

Things like flying cars, sophisticated artificial intelligence, and quantum computers may emerge from science fiction into reality in less time than we think.

Now science has partnered with National Geographic's new Breakthrough series to create this video imagining what the humanity might look like in 1,000 years.

It's hard to wrap the mind around how far advanced we'll be by then, but here are some of the most mind-blowing changes that might happen:

We''ll Be Part Human, Part Machine:
Humans are already implanting devices in their bodies to make themselves more connected to technology.

There's an entire community of people called body hackers that have implants that allow then to do things like unlock doors with the swipe of their hand, play music only they can hear without earbuds, and control small electronics.

But in 1,000 years this tech will be much more advanced. Tiny electronics attached or implanted directly in our bodies could make our immune systems stronger and -

And help fight diseases, programmed nanobots could revolutionize surgery, and brain implants could make us smarter and even capable of instantly downloading skills like in ''The Matrix'' or accessing the Internet with our thoughts.

Well Have Superhuman Genes:
Right now researchers are predicting a gene editing  technique called CRISPR that could soon allow us to engineer healthier and stronger humans.

We might be able to insert genes for things like stronger bones, higher pain tolerance, and lower cancer risk.

Even some natural mutations could take hold. We might spontaneously develop a new eye color like fuchsia, or develop new abilities, like extra sensitive hearing or vision, the video suggests.

We'll All Look The Same:
Scientists are already working on ways to genetically edit embryos, so parents might one day be able to select certain traits for their children.

Most will likely want their children to be healthy and physically attractive, so the human race might become eerily genetically similar.

But those ''designer babies'' could create a huge problem.

If we're all too genetically similar, then a single super-bug that prays on a common genetic weakness could potentially wipe out a large portion of the human race.

The Honor and Serving of the latest Global Operational Research on Technology, Humanity in next 1,000 years continues. The World Students Society thanks author and researcher Kelly Dickerson.

With respectful dedication to the Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all  prepare for ''Great Global Elections'' and ''register'' on : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - the Ecosystem 2011:

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