Top 5 Futuristic Technologies That Exist Today!

 

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the welcome to another episode of confusion TV
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what do you think the future will be like
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that seems like a child’s question immediately after its proposition
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by way too seriously think about it for a second what new exciting technologies
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way for us just around the corner what if I told you
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some 44 could only be science fiction existed today
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the
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and yes that thing on the right is an experimental rival okay
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so we all know that this technology like you glass which everybody knows about
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what about some the others today
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will be taking a look at the top five technologies that may show signs of
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things to come let’s kick it off for the brand new way
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interacting with your computer Bally Technologies
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number time the
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he may remember some scenes from the 2002 film
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minority by Tom Cruise performs just as near
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to navigate around the computer interface well
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at the end of 2013 this technology
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arrived in an affordable package and they’re calling it
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leak motion
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some Leslie motion all about that’s here a bit from the manufacturers themselves
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David Alden CT 0 at the motion I we’re making an expiration training tonight at
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some point it’s no longer
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it’s no longer just there’s just like it’s like you have this object as in
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your hands and Anthony billion very subtle ways
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that’s a very intuitive and back your mind into thinking I think I got the
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menu I knew
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I do engage wrote a man and meet him in here and do this thing and
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and the becoming I’d say it’s a it’s really interesting you think technology
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like this
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cost an arm and a leg this actually available installed
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the seventy-nine 99 as Christ
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on the topic of alternative human-computer interaction this video
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would not be complete without mentioning
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oculus rift oculus rift is a virtual reality gaming headset very similar to
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the old Nintendo Virtual Boy
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released in 1995 except the oculus rift doesn’t make your eyes bleed
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the oculus rift is often cited as one the best virtual gaming experiences
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available today number four okay
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seles change things up a bit with the field robotics
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for years humans have dreamed of domestic robotic technology
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to everyday lives know the stuff of science fiction
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and still largely on people have come a long way in recent years
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in 2008 Boston Dynamics
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shocked the world big dog it was the first time
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an unassisted right but performed so well and 100 percent natural conditions
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Big Dawg was bill in 2005 but Boston Dynamics
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nasa and the Harvard University thanks to the year 2005
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Big Dawg sprain was a Pentium 4 the brain a big dog census worse limbs are
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and corrects the robot’s motion thousands of times a second
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to give you some context the Pentium 4
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as about 8.4 times slower than a modern day smartphone
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you next from Boston Dynamics
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came Wildcat machine able to run at thirty kilometers per hour
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for comparison the world’s fastest human being
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the same boat clocks in at forty four-point 70 kilometers now
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so it’s 30 kilometers now is a pretty decent sprinting speed
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bus dynamics wasn’t done yet in 2013
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they released Atlas a humanoid robot and this one is pretty impressive
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here we see it walking up stairs anything that should be pretty easy
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right
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but if you talk to any mechatronics engineer totally otherwise
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as you can see here the stairs at the number one enemy
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a robot’s in late 2013
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Google acquired Boston Dynamics long gone in the search engine days people
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I really want to look it was gonna do with all this technology so it’s not
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quite I write a book
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but it’s better than a pasta temps and be pretty cool to see what happens in
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the next two years
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day number three
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this next one is straight out of a Hollywood maybe
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it’s a worldwide 100 percent digital peer to peer currency
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a new economy that isn’t controlled by the government are central bank
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they call it the comment the crime was created back in 2009
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and slowly catching on in 2013
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Congress approved the currency making a legitimate payment method
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the kinds can be obtained in two ways either from your local currency
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exchanges
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or by mining mining is basically using you computer hardware to solve a very
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complex equation once it’s sold
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will be rewarded with declines some people have taken mine into the extreme
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on currently lying 858 that neither
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458 15 just rate here
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is pointed out of 5 did you have there are some downsides their
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pecan economy is highly volatile and in their lifetime
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the conference just over four US dollars a quien to over 1,000 dollars a crime
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is also the doc web since pic wines additional
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and untraceable some users have used them to buy illegal goods and services
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from the doc web
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dot com so the Internet have always existed
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but the dock with the something different and it can only be accessed
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through tor technology
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tool was developed by the US Naval Research Laboratory
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there’s pretty much no way to track down an IP address in 2013
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the FBI shut down one such stock website socarides and seized over 28 million
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dollars worth
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decline on reddit those stories of people fearing for their lives because
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they are the people hundreds of thousands of dollars and be content
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that they would never get back they’ve also been did a robbery so heiss
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which of course and digital chase’s three many countries in session the safe
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with the peak winds are here to stay all eventually subsided to the controversy
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is a story for another day tell some pretty interesting stuff so far
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anyway we’ll take a break and will be back shortly after this
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worried about dry skin concerned about lines and wrinkles
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then visit a burns unit gets perspective there
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you are watching cold case in PB welcome back
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let’s round out the top five future technologies that exist today
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number two has been a growing trend over the last few years
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the trend a 3d printing the technology behind 3d printing has existed for many
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years
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but that being said it’s only been made available to the public
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this decade to explain it simply
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3d printing is oppressive making three-dimensional object
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virtually any shape from a digital model
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so you can import a model and it can detect where their overhangs and
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generate smart support structures they go up to it
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so that any part of the thing comes off on these this little pen that it kinda
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looks like
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and then you can just snap out of it feels like you’re feeling of is a Velcro
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3d printing is achieved using an additive process were successively
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asthma too
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laid down in different shapes 3d printing can create objects that would
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be too expensive
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or impossible to create using conventional methods
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basically if you can create a model a new computer you can print
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the applications are almost endless and this very well may be the next big
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industry in the twenty20s
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before we russians number one that’s when you take a look at a few 3d-printed
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objects
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from thirty princes stay you can buy right now
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me this
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yeah
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it
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number one
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this anything that can change the world on a truly global scale
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this plume in the gym if everything goes to plan of course
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story a clean energy and its clean box is actually pretty interesting
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and we’ll be hearing a bit from its founder chaos right up
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I would seriously say they should keep an eye on this kind technology in future
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that could this power this goodbye
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raus home average United hi how’s and their house 24 /7 365
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something that small this is a European home
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the to put together the US home it is real
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it works he says he knows it works because he originally invented a similar
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device for nasa
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me know how to produce oxygen on mars so this was gonna produce oxygen so people
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could actually live on mars
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absolutely manassas crap that Mars mission
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k I had an idea he reversed his rise machine
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so instead of making oxygen he pumped oxygen
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even he invented a new kind of fuel cell
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which is like a very skinny battery their always runs
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k on our feeds oxygen to it on one side
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in fuel on the other the two combined within the cell to create a chemical
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reaction
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that produces electricity no need for burning or combustion
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no need for power lines from an outside source
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in October 2001 he managed to get a meeting with John door
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John door has certainly changed our world
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he’s the one who discovered and funded netscape
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Amazon and Google the new energy technologies
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could be the largest economic opportunity a 20 percent right one desk
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powers 11 light bulb the tolerant the stacker desks
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the more power generates how are we suppose to know whether what you’re
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saying is true
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why don’t we talk to our first customers he already has customers
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20 large well-known companies have quietly brought
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and our testing bloom boxes in California
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anywhere you get the idea of a news report goes on to say
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that these blue boxers were being used by companies such as FedEx
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and Google I would have written this office mothers crazy internet stories
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the crazy not to if you don’t have customers who are such powerful
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investors says the number one spot does go to clean energy
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it really could change our world said
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now a pretty much done with the beer but it would be complete without mention the
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Google driverless car
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so that’s a bonus entry the driverless cars have been traveling around since
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2012
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and have completed five hundred thousand kilometers for three hundred thousand
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miles
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driving accident rate so they have it
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our world is changing very fast and I sincerely hope that as we move forward
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resolve these technologies I need to benefit humanity as a whole
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so this is being cold fusion and like a bad drama
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where completely out of time thank you guys so much watching the whole way
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through
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and a Merry Christmas

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