I thought this was worth sharing, it always makes me happy to see science going in the right direction. A warning, there are several pictures and clips of severe burns.
@morgan You wouldn’t believe the kind of science that is yet to be shown to the public.
The science and tech we know is roughly 20 years behind what’s really going on, or so they say. I have nothing to base this on though, other than the word of others.
Manimal, your picture is adorable. O_o
and this skin gun thing is freaking amazing. there is a cure for cancer that has had extremely promising lab results. The only problem with it is that people won’t invest in it because it is so cheap…
yea… cheap cure for cancer… nobody will fund it.
Shit dude, I know I been stalking you but, I got somethin to say on what you said…
I believe science is WAY ahead of what they tell us.. Think about it, the whole thing about cloning, how long has that been around? The Russians landed on the moon in what? 19sixty what? idk… The fuckin’ MOON! Man, I think there IS a cure for AIDS, but like Chris Rock said, ‘We’ll help you live with it’ just so they can keep making money… In the end that’s all EVERYTHING is eh? Money?…
Anyway, yeah.. Just like the Japanese had video-calls since like 1913, I think Science too is way ahead… We just don’t know it yet.
@tony It definitely is. I don’t know to what extent, but I suspect that most of the new discoveries are not shared with us. Tim Ferris says in one of his books that new discoveries are shared with a few peers, then other experts and elites, then people who use it (large corporation owners, athletes and their crews, the media, etc) and then it gets some recognition as an “alternative approach” and people use it but most remain skeptical, only after that it may be shared with the masses.
About the moon, everybody knows the vikings were there first :p
There are ways to cure AIDS, some people have done it successfully and even spoke about it. But this is generally kept in the shadows, because like you say it’s all about the money.
And of course there are the cases of technology that’s “way ahead of its time.” Like those video calls you mentioned, and all the strange artifacts that science can’t explain. Like those metal artifacts in India, some contain 99.9% iron, they’re very very old, and not even modern experts know how to get iron that pure. Even simple things like that, it’s just fucking iron.
This is getting off topic though.