If you consider the changes that have occurred since the industrial revolution almost no aspect of our lives has remained untouched by technological innovation, this innovation has also had drastic effects on the economy and many sectors of government. One sector however, has not been affected – Politics.
Net neutrality is the idea that the web is open to everyone, meaning that internet service providers can’t block content or intentionally slow download times for particular websites. The principle, which was initially approved by the FCC in 2010, states that web access is a human right that should be available for all.
A fertile hybrid of two different species of Darwin’s Finch has been found in the Galapagos Islands, the offspring of Geospiza fortis and Geospiza conirostris, showed significant evolutionary changes from previous generations, changes that were previously thought to have only been able to occur in hundreds of generations occurred within just three. This is the most rapid occurrence of evolutionary development ever observed.
Sick of your mother telling you to put down your games and study? Well now perhaps you don’t have to.
“For too long nature has dictated her rules to us. We’re born, we grow, we age and we die. For millions of years, humans have evolved and 100 billion humans have died. That’s genocide on a mass scale.
“We have entered an age where we will take our destiny back in our hands. It will change everything. It will change you at every level.”
That dialogue wouldn’t sound out of place coming from a mad scientist in a movie, would it? Well, the person saying it – Sergio Canavero – is deadly serious, and he’s claiming to have successfully transplanted a human head…
A significant amount of support for the abolition of net neutrality has mysteriously appeared on the FCC’s website. I say “mysteriously” because the majority of support has come from people who are, well, they’re dead…