Nanotechnology will cure aging

Superhumans Created by Nanotechnology within 30 years

Nanotechnology Revolution Phase 1If nanotechnology continues to advance as experts expect, within 30 years it could give us ‘superhuman’ abilities. For example, we could survive for hours without needing to breathe.

We are already seeing the effects of Phase 1 of the Nanotechnology Revolution. It is supplying new super strong materials such as Graphene, it is providing next-gen waterproofing, super efficient water purification, and advanced battery power.

Phase 1 features the creation of Passive Nanostructures. Phase 2 features Active Nanostructures. These active structures are able to interact with their environment at the molecular level. It effectively allows us to reprogram nature.Nanotechnology Superhumans r to create phase 3+4 nanotechnology products, which are already being designed: Three-dimensional heterogeneous molecular nanosystems, where each molecule in the nanosystem has a specific structure and plays a different role. Put simply, it will be technologically possible to create nanobots, that can be programmed to perform specific tasks.

Basic phase 1 products are already on the market. Phase 2 products are currently in the laboratory experimental stage; we can expect to see phase 2 products on the market within 20 years. Advanced phase 3+4 products are already in the computational experiment and modeling stages, and are expected to be on the market within 30 years. The invisible robotic devices that will be created, will be used to enhance our bodies, computers, transportation systems, and our power supplies.

Humanity+Check out the video below for an introduction to the capabilities of nanotechnology

Nanomedicine represents the most important area of Active Nanostructure research. Huge successes have already been achieved; since 2010, two nanotechnology-based cancer drugs have passed regulatory scrutiny and are on the market—Doxil and Abraxane. But we won’t even begin to see the incredible potential of nanomedicine until the 2020′s.

Nanomedicine Cancer Treatment

The ability to detect cancerous cells in their early development stages relies on the ability to monitor slight changes in the molecular composition of cells. Nanotechnology will allow us to do this far more precisely than ever before. Nanodevices are small enough to infiltrate areas of the body which were once only accessible on the operating table. In the 2020′s, early phase 3 versions of nanodevices will be used in the body to track signs of cancerous cells, allowing early diagnosis.

Early phase 3 treatments, already in development, will radically improve the results of radiotherapy and new targeted infrared treatment, increasing the damage caused to cancerous cells, and allowing less/zero damage to occur to healthy cells. The video below shows brilliantly how nanomedicine will soon be used the treat cancer.

Cambridge University Press Introduction to Nanoelectronics: Science, Nanotechnology, Engineering, and Applications
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Humans Transcending Biology Through Technology

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Technology is one of the main aspects of human life’s form cell phones to pacemakers we rely on technology. Through my research in nanotechnology, computers and microchips that mimic biological processes, and genetic engineering I found that our species could in fact be on the forefront of self-propelling evolution. In nanotechnology we find the possibilities of fighting disease such as cancer with tiny robots that are so small we cannot see them with the human eye. Humans are closer to computers and microchips that can copy how humans learn and use our conative abilities to learn new tasks. This research on computer learning could answer questions on our own conative abilities

Nanotubes Increase Solar PV Conductivity 100 Million-Fold  — Sourceable
Carbon-based nanostructures are already being used as materials in solar cells with increasing frequency, yet their ability to enhance electrical performance has thus far been hampered by limited ability to assemble orderly networks using the materials.

Cambridge University Press Carbon Nanotube Science: Synthesis, Properties and Applications
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