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Even if your grandparents had been science fiction writers, it would have been hard for them to predict how the evolution of technology played out to affect your life. You may have heard something …

Even if your grandparents had been science fiction writers, it would have been hard for them to predict how the evolution of technology played out to affect your life. You may have heard something like “Back when I was a kid, we didn’t have television”, from a sagely octogenarian when you were young. Now think about what we might be telling our great-grandchildren along the same vein.

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  • 1. humanity 2.0 how you are enabling the redefinition of “life as we know it”
  • 2. "We can't solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them." Albert Einstein
  • 3. mouse neuron
  • 4. tech•nol•o•gy the application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes
  • 5. 1,800,000 years
  • 6. Scale
  • 7. Scale
  • 8. 26 yds
  • 9. 4.37 light hours
  • 10. 4.37 light hours
  • 11. 4.37 light hours 0.47 miles
  • 12. sun earth pluto
  • 13. alpha centauri
  • 14. 4.39 ly
  • 15. 4.39 ly 4,100 miles
  • 16. sun earth pluto alpha centauri
  • 17. beta centauri
  • 18. 397 light years
  • 19. 397 light years 371,260 miles
  • 20. sun earth pluto alpha centauri
  • 21. sun earth pluto alpha centauri beta centauri
  • 22. 24,824 light years
  • 23. 24,824 light years 145,927,879,516,789,000 miles
  • 24. Genes, Brains, and the Internet
  • 25. 770MB
  • 26. 2.5 BILLION YEARS OF ALGAE
  • 27. 10TB
  • 28. 20TB
  • 29. 532PB
  • 30. exponential growth in nature is unsustainable
  • 31. POP QUIZ
  • 32. mouse universe neuron
  • 33. thank you
  • 34. Resources
  • 35. Resources • Google Maps Distance Calculator • Wikipedia Astronomy Portal • The Thousand Yard Model • Brain + Universe • Harvard Cell Biology Animation • Millenium Simulation Fly-Through • Mandelbrot Set Zoom

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