Book: Masters of life and universe - A concept about instant self-replicating towns and cell (micro)robots. by Pawel Kozyczcategories: Book, Science Fiction, Thesis, Space, Health, Environment, Experiment and Project
Pawel Kozyczabout this book: The first edition of the fantastic gospel book of resurgence for better today and tomorrow with dedication for everybody that not accept today's world.
This is not a book of art literature it is struggling for dignifying existence and life for everybody here in our whole universe. You can take the book concept of creation tools for granted or just fantasy full imaginations that anyway You and we can use for shape not only virtual world.
Fixation or bold action choice is Yours.
Getting faster and faster self-replicating cell (clone)- towns and cell (groups of) robots as a way for effective evaluate our "modern" titanic world to super and safe spaceship of the world and universe.
Project- concept remind mix of program Apollo with a project for erasing all cancer diseases.
An instant self-replicating cell model robotic towns innovation concept as a holy grail for a real resurgence by/for everybody.
Only initially by hands build robots - not forget, that initially robots will more remind cluster of robots- will be put in peoples free zones, where the robots will take their own two-way (macro and micro/nano) evolution, but this time with help of developing remote controlling, mobile applications.
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