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The bomb is going to explode "Picking up thoughts and relaying them to another brain will not be much harder than storing them on the net," claims futurologist Ian Pearson
Financial advisors, who are knowledge workers, have been the mainstay of wealth management: using customized strategies to grow a small nest egg into a larger one Oliver: Ah, all right then
As a result, morbidity, mortality and costs will decrease in acute conditions, such as infectious diseases, because only the most severe cases will need additional care We the bus
You'll have easy access to all of the world's knowledge Fewer infected people will leave their homes, dramatically altering disease epidemiology while decreasing the burden on healthcare systems
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Shutterstock Okay, we're all on board with the "not getting sick" part You are going to meet Jane tonight
Have you ever watched your latest episode of the Walking Dead and thought, "That would've been so much better if I could smell the zombies? Note: You can use both Will and Going to for making future predictions Antibiotics will stop working