Wednesday, April 13, 2016

e Comics on American Comic Book Superheroes

“Some believe the first mutants were born thousands of years ago…He was some kind of god and he is going to rise again.  Together we will cleanse the earth for the strongest.  We’ll take everything from them.  The world needs the X-men.” 
The X-Men are a fictional team of superheroes appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist/co-writer Jack Kirby, the characters first appeared in The X-Men #1 (September 1963). They are among the most recognizable and successful intellectual properties of Marvel Comics, appearing in numerous books, television shows, films, and video games.  
Did you know there's a high ROI on new technologies in the field of genetics? 

publicly funded research agency DARPA, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is in the business of creating super soldiers or Superheroes.  Center for American Progress -  The High Return on Investment (ROI) for Publicly Funded Research Click on the link to read full article states:
The World Economic Forum, an international nongovernmental organization that assesses global business and socioeconomic policy, classified the United States in the 21st century as an “innovation-driven economy.” This means that the creation of new wealth depends not just on traditional inputs like natural resources, land, or labor—or on increasing the efficiency of existing capabilities. Rather, new wealth in an innovation-driven economy requires the discovery and development of new ideas to solve old problems; the seizing of new opportunities with technology and ingenuity.
...At a time when economic success in the global market is determined more than ever by the pace of innovation, we cannot afford to reduce our investments in research. As the president said in his State of the Union speech last year, “In America, innovation doesn’t just change our lives, it’s how we make our living.” While innovation may be in our national DNA, we can’t take it for granted.
Army of the Future:  Soldiers will be able to run at Olympic speed and won't need food or sleep with gene technology. "Among it's many ambitious projects, the agency is working on an exoskeleton that will allow soldiers to run faster and lift prodigious weights.  But its most controversial work involves genetic modification."- Daily Mail Full Article  
At what point do you genetically modify a human so that it's questionable whether they even have a soul?  Oh, that doesn't matter, isn't our food made of GMO's?  It seems Superheroes are the craze nowadays.

Little Heroes in Real Life

“Some believe the first mutants were born thousands of years ago…He was some kind of god, and he is going to rise again.  Together we will cleanse the earth for the strongest.  We’ll take everything from them.  The world needs the X-men.” 

There’s a consistent ancient storyline of gods coming down from heaven in various cultures which viewed genetics as a way to incarnate themselves into humanity.  That hasn't happened since the days of Noah… Well, until now.  

A presidentially approved budget to create a new genetic blueprint for humanity is being discussed by top advisory panels around the world.  Oxford philosopher and transhumanist, Nick Bostrom explain in his papers how we can go beyond the X-men.  He explains how combining the animal kingdom with the human can do more than creating Superheroes because it opens the realm of perception that can connect with the supernatural world.  Now that's a huge ROI.    

In a wink, you too can be among the American Comic Book Superheroes.  How will you invest in your future?  

3rd Dog  @3rddogscript   @Securenewstv

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