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9 Ways You’re Living in the Future

August 27, 2019


Black fly Presents 9 Ways You;re Living In
The Furture Number One This is a dystopian image if ever
there was one. Full body scanners are controversial inasmuch as they’re a gross invasion of privacy. Walk through one of these and an image of
you completely naked will come up on the screen. Obviously airport security is important, but
is this taking it a step too far? Number Two Wikileaks put confidential government
and military documents into the public domain before it was stopped by those it was damning.
It may be down but it’s not out though. ‘Anonymous’ are a vigilante group whose mission
is to punish the organisations responsible for Wikileaks’ demise. They have launched digital attacks on Visa,
Mastercard and Postfinance as well as spurning the government by keeping the leaks on the
net. Number Three Gaming just got more real! Participants
are shut inside a spherical chamber which is wheel driven, so they can walk for miles
inside the game they’re playing. A headset that measures where the player’s
head is allows the game to move as though the player is inside it – this is virtual
reality at it’s most realistic. Developed by Russian brothers, they’ve done
what others have been attempting since the 1980s. Number Four Disregarding airspace law, there’s
a new way to wing it to work. That’s right, the jetpack has been made a thing of reality
by the Martin Aircraft Company. Relatively safe – it won’t blow up – and reasonable
priced – think Porsche 911 type numbers – the jetpack flies at 60 miles an hour with enough
juice for a half hour journey. The future is here. Number Five A firearm the size of a bus? Yes,
that’s exactly what the US Navy has been working on. The world’s most potent gun – a rail gun to
be precise – holds the world record for the force projected – some 33 megajoules to be
precise. Mega strong electromagnets are used to shoot
20 pounds of ammunition 100 miles nearly 10 times faster than the speed of sound. The result? Pretty devastating. There are
no explosives as the force ensures obliteration of the target. Number Six We’ve seen it in the movies but
sonic warfare actually does exist in real life. High frequencies of sound are used to turn
enemies away from battle without any life threatening consequences, and the enormous
volume isn’t pleasant, but it beat gunfire and explosions. Number Seven Yes, this is real! The Squba
is a car slash submarine, made by Rinspeed in Switzerland. Of course, the idea came from
007. Powered by electric, it has wheels and propellers
and is the only successful car of its type. It’s modelled on a Lotus Esprit and really
does go from driving along the road or beach to gliding through the water, just like that. Practically, you’re going to be wet after
going for a dip in the driving seat, but it’s cool nonetheless. It’s modelled on a Lotus Esprit and really
does go from driving along the road or beach to gliding through the water, just like that,practically,
you’re going to be wet after going for a dip in the driving seat, but it’s cool nonetheless. Number Eight Word Lens is the app for travellers
to Spanish speaking countries, soon to include other languages too. Just point your iPhone screen at an image
which contains words – a road sign for example – and it will magically appear in English. Handy! It works on menus too so you’ll never
have to guess whether you like something again. Cerveza por favor. Number Nine Let’s hear it for the M400 Skycar!
That’s right, sky plus car equals flying car! Moller Internation have come up with a functional
prototype and have managed to perfect a vertical take off and landing. The Skycar flies at 300 miles an hour and
can travel for about 750 miles. At 20 miles to the gallon, that’s good going. Thank You for watching, Yet another amazing
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