Tech from Singularity’s Children: Printing Organs in Space

I was talking to a friend recently. He pointed out that people will read my books and find them quite topical, noting perhaps that many of the fictional events and technologies parallel developments in the ‘Real‘… and not checking the dates when I wrote about the topics!!

Here’s one: “Astronauts growing new organs on International Space Station”

“The experiment uses ‘weightlessness as a tool’, according to Cara Thiel, one of the two researchers from the University of Zurich who are conducting the research.”

My next book is going to be written either in the far-future, or distant past! 😉

The Future of the Workplace – Deep Disruption Part Two

A SciFi author’s perspective on the next decade of corporate change.

How the pre-singularity technologies of Drones, AI, IoT and Augmented Reality will cull old-guard companies and enable a host of new Exponential Organizations…

A slightly updated talk I gave in Spring 2019 in Berlin at the Berlin Digital Workplace Exchange.

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…maybe not…

I wrote a post several years ago now while researching Magneto Hydro Dynamic levitation technology for my books (e.g. the Sky Whale from Book Three):

Declassified 1950s Flying Saucer vs WEAV the 2010s update

I was recently reminded of the concept again reading this New York Times article from a few days ago:

“The strange objects, one of them like a spinning top moving against the wind, appeared almost daily from the summer of 2014 to March 2015, high in the skies over the East Coast. Navy pilots reported to their superiors that the objects had no visible engine or infrared exhaust plumes, but that they could reach 30,000 feet and hypersonic speeds.”

It certainly sounds like the pilots could be describing something based on WEAV

(also: Solid State Aircraft)