Advance and Progress
There seems to be remarkably good news on several fronts these days, and – wow! Not one of them is political.
First, there seems to be a real breakthrough in the form of, not research, but an actual cure.
The weekly injection of just 100 billionths of a gram of a harmless glyco-protein (a naturally-produced molecule with a sugar component and a protein component) activates the human immune system and cures cancer for good, according to human studies among breast cancer and colon cancer patients, producing complete remissions lasting 4 and 7 years respectively. This glyco-protein cure is totally without side effect but currently goes unused by cancer doctors.
Gc-MAF seems to stimulate the immune system to “vigorously” fight and destroy tumors, and has excellent results on breast cancer and colorectal cancer tumors. Freeman Hunt has more on her page.
Researchers at Northeastern University have developed a technique to scale-up the directed assembly of single-walled carbon nanotube (SWNT) networks, from microns to inches, creating a viable circuit template that can be transferred from one substrate to another for optimum productivity. The revolutionary assembly process has the potential to change the way electronics and other applications are developed for consumers.
If nano-tools can be made to generate other nano-tools, the effects can multiply exponentially.
The developed technology will accelerate the creation of highly anticipated commercial products and will enable the creation of an entirely new generation of applications in electronics, energy, material, bio/medical areas.
The Sci-Fi that I read as a kid suddenly seems not so far fetched.