I want to begin this journal by thanking all of you who sent me so many good wishes in my last journal. You have no idea how every single one of you touched my heart.
I owe you all much.
A week after the operation, it turns out I could easily fit into my normal clothes again which, I suppose, was a turning point for me. Having to wear the maternity clothes felt as though I was cheating myself into thinking none of this had actually happened.
Last week was difficult with its ups and downs, but this week has had a lot more ups then downs, which is good. I'm just waiting for the damned bleeding to stop -_- I'll never complain about the lenghts of my periods ever again LOL
Again, thank you so much everyone who commented on my last journal. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
Using bacterias to power nanomachines that fit in the bloodstream?
Robots soon to become more human while we become more machine?
Elevator to space?
Cure depression with brain pacemakers?
Live to 150 years and more?
Microchip giving nanomachines intelligence? Nanomachines in our bloodstream to keep us healthy?
Personal fabricatior thanks to nanotech? (Food, clothing, computers, etc….)
Farfetched? Not as much as you may think. In fact, most of this technology is right around the corner.
I came across a documentary recorded and aired in 2007 by Michio Kaku, a known physicyst who talks about all of these and more. I recommend it greatly. It's easy to watch and very, very interesting.www.youtube.com/watch?v=vW1TNk…www.youtube.com/results?search…www.youtube.com/profile?user=A…