Miry Clay! Could this be it???


Because thou hast seen iron mixed with miry clay, they are mixing themselves with the seed of men: and they are not adhering one with another, even as iron is not mixed with clay. Dan 2:43

We might not be able to build a liquid metal T-1000 killing machine yet, but we just took a huge step towards building a plastic one. Scientists have managed to develop a new polymer that—when cut in half—can heal all by itself. Pretty awesome trick.

Developed by a team of Spanish scientists, the material is technically a “permanently cross-linked poly(urea-urethane) elastomeric network,” but they just call it a “Terminator polymer” for short.

[…]Now if only we can mash this tech up with some crazy liquid metal Terminator tech, we’ll really have something to get excited about be terrified of. [source]


2 thoughts on “Miry Clay! Could this be it???

  1. Just quickly, there’s this movie called “Doomsday Book”. Have a read of the club…

    “The First Chapter of The Anthology Film- In A Brave New World, a mysterious virus brings the city to ruins and zombies flood the streets of Seoul. The Chapter 2, The Heavenly Creature, a robot reaches enlightenment on its own while working at a temple. Its creators regard this phenomenon as a threat to mankind and decide to terminate the robot. The Last Chapter- Happy Birthday, a little girl logs into a strange website and puts in an order for a new pool ball for her billiards-obsessed father. Soon an unidentified meteor heads toward Earth and all human beings flee to underground bomb shelters.”

    Spirituality and cybernetic technologies!


  2. Scientists trying to create artificial life generally work under the assumption that life must be carbon-based, but what if a living thing could be made from another element?

    One British researcher may have proven that theory, potentially rewriting the book of life. Lee Cronin of the University of Glasgow has created lifelike cells from metal — a feat few believed feasible. The discovery opens the door to the possibility that there may be life forms in the universe not based on carbon, reports New Scientist.

    Even more remarkable, Cronin has hinted that the metal-based cells may be replicating themselves and evolving.

    “I am 100 percent positive that we can get evolution to work outside organic biology,” he said.



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