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The Disclosure Process Just Got Interesting - Real-Life 'Star Trek Replicator' Technology Assembles Materials from the Molecular Level Up

The one futuristic, sci-fi technology which so many people have coveted up until this point may be just around the corner. Better yet, it may already be here.

Many die-hard Star Trek fans are well-familiarized with the various details of the series which made it the television hit it was. The original series came at a time when science fiction was not a major interest on prime time television. However, due to the catchy themes and innovative perspective the show offered to TV audiences, the show went on to inspire not only further exploration in sci-fi themes, but in real-life research and development work in science and technology.

Out of all of the future-tech devices which the crew of the Starship Enterprise enjoyed, perhaps no other held the potential to transform a society than the technology of replicators. These devices played a vital role within the Star Trek series―providing food along with dishes and cutlery. These devices also removed leftovers from meals and waste, created clothing, tools and replacement parts for the mechanisms of the ship. They even played a role in the formation of the transporter/teleportation system and the recreational simulation known as the holodeck.

No Longer Science Fiction

The ability to manipulate the material world at the atomic level has been a dream of many inventors for a long while. Though this feat may not be completely possible as of yet (at least not in the civilian world), progress is being made to bring the world of science fiction into the real. As a matter of fact, we may find it interesting to learn just how much scientific development has moved in the direction of the Star Trek series.
There is a lot of talk among mainstream sources lately about the futuristic potential of 3D printing. If we've been paying attention, we might be curious as to why the announcements about this innovative pursuit have suddenly accelerated to such an extreme pace. But how far can this technology really take us? An even better question may be, "Do the disclosures we've seen accurately represent the true extent of technological advancement that cutting-edge science has reached?"

The technology of matter assembly and manipulation has a seemingly endless capacity to revolutionize the way in which society functions. And wouldn't you know it, this is the exact technology which, by all appearances, is currently being disclosed.

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Source: Reuters

Published: May 5, 2015

By: Reuters Staff

Real-life Star Trek 'replicator' prepares meal in 30 seconds

It’s a revolution in food technology that could deliver your food fantasy to your plate in less than a minute.

The Genie, similar in size and appearance to a coffee maker, can produce an unlimited variety of meals using pods, that contain natural dehydrated ingredients. So whether salty or sweet, an appetizer or a dessert, the device can create the food you crave in 30 seconds.

Developed by Israeli entrepreneurs Ayelet Carasso and Doron Marco from White Innovation company, the device uses a mobile app to operate.

“The dish can be anything, it can be a meal like chicken with rice, like couscous with vegetable or an amazing Ramen or even a chocolate soufflé or any other desert that you want,” Carasso explains.

“We’re using only natural ingredients, we’re not using any preservatives or anything that people add to their meals,” she added.

Meals are prepared in 140 gram portions in recyclable container[s].

At the push of a button on Genie’s mobile application, the device begins mixing, shaking and adding any required liquids from tubes attached to the back of the compact machine which bakes or cooks the desired dish at the appropriate temperature.

The all-natural ingredients in the pods are freeze-dried and have a shelf-life of between one and two years.

Carasso and Marco conceived of the patent-registered device and pods, when they struggled to find restaurants that delivered to their office during a late night working session.

They describe the idea as a real life version of Star Trek’s ‘replicator’, a device used to synthesize meals on demand, on board the mythical starship.

While the team don’t expect the Genie to replace dining out, they say it will challenge chefs to produce a good meal in a pod, or small container.

Israeli chefs have already begun producing new recipes for Genie’s pods and hope to develop product lines for well known culinary personalities as well as pods for specific dietary requirements, including sugar and gluten free.

The team say they are already working on expanding the capabilities of the mobile application and expect that in the future, Genie will cater to individual users.

“Eventually, Genie will know your microbiome and will prepare the pod for you, just for you and you will eat better, even tastier and healthier,” said 47-year-old Marco.

White Innovation, a privately owned company, hopes to first move into convenience stores and cafes and later sell the appliance to individual consumers.

Marco said Genie is only the first step in the evolution of food technology and he believes the getting a meal in a pill will be available in the not too distant future.

While Genie’s target population is primarily in western countries, Marco and Carasso say they designed the device with the hopes that it could [one] day help those in countries that don’t have enough food too.

“In our world, we are getting fat and we are throwing away a lot of food, in their world, they don’t have any food. So if you use Genie, you can distribute the food better, you can have the shelf life much longer without the preservatives, give the people better food for them,” said Marco.

“We can even the food distribution in the world. That’s a very, very important goal for us,” he added.

Marco said they are also holding talks with the Israeli military where Genie’s pods could produce fresh, nutritious meals on demand for ground forces or aboard ships at sea.

At a tasting at Louise cafe in Ramat Hashron, in central Israel, the kitchen staff were pleasantly surprised by Genie’s chocolate soufflé.

“It’s really nice, it’s chocolatey, it’s smooth, it’s creamy, it’s nice ... surprising actually coming from there,” said Tal, Louise cafe’s chef.

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Yossi Orbach, co-owner of Louise cafe, who recently became Genie’s sole distributor in Israel, said Genie can offer restaurant and cafe owners a way to increase the narrow profit margins they make due to the fact that 30 percent of ingredients used in their kitchens go to waste. The meals can be prepared on demand and the size of the portions greatly limit waste.

“In a way there is a full menu,” Orbach said. “It gives me an option to do, actually, whatever I want without any preparing,” he added.

The Genie is expected to cost several hundred U.S. dollars. The team say the pods will be priced so they are comparable to a meal, snack or dessert.

With a string of local distributors and sales underway in Europe, Greece and the United States, Marco and Carasso say mass production will begin sooner than they expected.

It appears that Star Trek’s replicator may not have been such a far-fetched idea after all.

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Developing ways to effectively freeze-dry and re-hydrate food is a valuable accomplishment, especially when applying the task by way of smart technology which can adjust to virtually any nutritional need. When we consider the potential for a machine that can prepare professional kitchen-quality meals, the possibilities for time-saving and overall health may increase significantly.

On a more basic level, the goal of storing food for extended periods of time has been a challenge as old as humankind itself. The above invention could be considered a significant leap into the future of this task, no doubt. However, what if we could reproduce the potential of replicator technology to the degree which the Star Trek series boasted?

One Step Closer

In addition to the disclosure of this breakthrough device, there was one other announcement which came in tandem with the Genie food preparation device. This development comes in the form of a material which may propel the technology of 3D printing into the distant future.

Imagine having the ability to assemble matter of any kind from the atom up. With such technology, any object—whether edible or not—could be produced at the push of a button. When considering the potential for such a device, the possibilities may seem endless, and they very well may be.

Here is with the story.

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Source: Forbes

Published: May 9, 2015

By: Eric Mack

A Real World 'Star Trek' Replicator is Now Possible Thanks to New Breakthrough


A startup with alumni from MIT and Yale says it's made a breakthrough in creating a next-generation material that should make it possible to 3-d print literally anything out of thin air.

New York-based Mattershift has managed to create large-scale carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes that are able to combine and separate individual molecules.

"This technology gives us a level of control over the material world that we've never had before," said Mattershift Founder and CEO Dr. Rob McGinnis in a release. "For example, right now we're working to remove CO2 from the air and turn it into fuels. This has already been done using conventional technology, but it's been too expensive to be practical. Using our tech, I think we'll be able to produce carbon-zero gasoline, diesel, and jet fuels that are cheaper than fossil fuels."

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CNTs have been identified as holding promise for a number of potential applications, from better golf clubs, fuels and medicines to far-out concepts like space elevators. A study published this week in the journal Science Advances confirms that Mattershift's large CNT membranes perform as well as the small prototypes we've seen so far.

The company says their breakthrough brings down the difficulty and cost of manufacturing the material, which should allow the technology to burst out of the confines of university labs.

"It should be possible to combine different types of our CNT membranes in a machine that does what molecular factories have long been predicted to do: to make anything we need from basic molecular building blocks," said McGinnis. "We're talking about printing matter from the air. Imagine having one of these devices with you on Mars. You could print food, fuels, building materials, and medicines from the atmosphere and soil or recycled parts without having to transport them from Earth."

A molecular factory is a long-predicted technology that, in theory, should be able to accomplish some of what the Replicator from "Star Trek" does, although not nearly as cleanly as on the show. Mattershift's approach is more about separating and combining molecules to form new raw materials, which is why working on creating fuels is a logical place to start.

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Convenient Timing

Did you notice the common theme of Star Trek replicators in both of the articles? What do you suppose the purpose is for rolling out this concept on multiple different platforms in such a short period of time, and with such a variety of technologies? When we take a step back and look at the bigger picture, we may begin to notice the apparent coordination of disclosures from within multiple areas of scientific research occurring at this time.

When we see the consistency along with the apparently scheduled and modular way in which these revelations have come forward, we may begin to realize the very strong possibility that all of these revelations were already known by those disclosing them long before the announcements ever began. These various discoveries of technology, of exoplanets that are similar to Earth, and of medical breakthroughs are not simply being discovered by mere chance at the time of their disclosure, but according to whistleblowers, these developments have all been well-known in classified science for decades.

According to research, science is systemically censored and prevented from being publicized until long after discoveries have been made. Naturally, there is a lot to gain by covert interests in maintaining some level of secrecy regarding the true pace of scientific development. To add, when any organization (whether classified or public) invents a new technology of any kind, there is far more profit in putting the invention on a shelf and slowly implementing the development over a long period of time. However, when such discoveries hold the potential to save millions of lives and to change the world as a whole, the act of maintaining secrecy could be likened to a sin far greater than simple selfish interest.

Carbon Revolution

In essence, carbon nanotubes are one version of a material known as graphene. In basic terms, graphene is a form of carbon that is manufactured in sheets that are incredibly thin (one atom thick). Carbon nanotubes also come in layers one atom thick. Only nanotubes occur in tubular form. Both graphene and nanotubes are known for their extreme strength as well as their electrical conductivity. According to the above article, this material can also be used in the process of 3D printing in that it can provide a medium through which matter can be assembled one molecule at a time.

From the above post, it seems as though these carbon nanotubes provide for an extremely fine resolution of printing. That is, the area in which a 3D printer can focus upon during printing can now literally be as small as an atom. This means that virtually anything can be printed by way of 3D-printing devices. However, this capability does not completely emulate the Star Trek method of replicator technology.

Within the Star Trek series, replicators were designed to use the background energy of spacetime to assemble matter into forms which people could use. This technology provided a way for crew members to have whatever they needed at any point while making sure to dispose of any waste material and avoid cluttering a star ship with limited space. When people were finished with the meals or objects they replicated, they would simply place the objects back into the replicator array and the waste would disappear entirely.

Even though the proposed devices above require raw materials to convert into the items they might need, these devices provide a significant vision of the future of food and material production and recycling. But again, we ask, is this as far as technology has progressed in the area of 3D printing or replicator technology? According to whistleblowers, the answer is most definitely not.

Just as corporations ensure their own profit by concealing their own developments over time, military and corporately contracted interests typically stay ahead of the competition by classifying all of their scientific discoveries and developments so that they have sole control over the pace of disclosure and development of the products that result.

Scientific Orthodoxy

Scientists may know that more is going on with regard to research and development than they have been made privy to. They are not unintelligent, and quite honestly, it is difficult to work in science without knowing that many other institutions and establishments are undertaking the same areas of research (and more). Just like anyone else, these scientists are likely familiar with the reality that classified projects do exist and typically have access to resources which those on the civilian side of science do not.

If scientists are intelligent enough to realize that these projects do exist, why then do some behave as though they are skeptical whenever certain topics of technological advancement are presented for discussion?
According to whistleblower testimony, the scientific establishment is actually censored from openly discussing matters which the corporate establishment believes should remain secret. Even when established scientists attempt to discuss matters of the unknown, the mainstream science publishers typically ridicules them and commonly disregard their work from that point forward.

This has happened so many times that it can make us wonder whether or not there is some sort of obligation among scientific publishers to shy away from speaking about unorthodox theories of science. Even when unconventional and yet verified scientific theories are presented, the mainstream will predictably oppose the dissenters of convention—selectively rejecting the scientific method whenever the method may uncover secretive topics of discussion.

Consequently, the future of science is being redefined, not by the mainstream, but by trail-blazing figures who have chosen to disregard the slower and constraining ways in which scientific convention operates. These trailblazing scientists worry little about the mainstream approval of their work, and have helped to revolutionize their fields of study as a result.

Signs of Secrecy and Potentials for Revelation

Consider for a moment, the possibility of constructing matter from the atomic level up. If we can grasp how revolutionary this feat might be, we will likely be flabbergasted. When we consider the thermodynamic principle that energy cannot be created or destroyed, we may be considering the limitations of technology such as a replicator or a transporter pad. However, when we consider technology that simply rearranges matter which already exists, the game changes.

If we were to learn that these numerous announcements of these developments were being deliberately scheduled and rationed out by the MSM over time, the fact might not be very surprising.

Consider how significant a world change might be if all of a sudden, there were a mass disclosure and distribution of advanced technology. In just one month, the planet could have endless provisions of food, water, medicine, energy production, and transportation all while having left the oil companies behind. However, before reaching this state of a futuristic world, we must first overcome the secrecy which is keeping these technologies under lock and key.

Sure, certain corporate interests desire to maintain their profits, and military interests may hold the intent to stay one step ahead of any potential enemy. However, there are many threats which can endanger a population aside from bombs, guns and soldiers of an opposing group. Starvation, drought, and famine can be greater threats to public safety than any foreign or alien force. Yet how willing are these institutions to prevent these issue from occurring?

If a military establishment claims to desire to protect its own people from threats to their lives and safety and yet actively and deliberately conceals obvious life-saving technology to save that population from certain disease, starvation, and death, that military force proves itself to be just as much a threat as any foreign enemy or invader.

If these technologies truly exist as numerous whistleblowers maintain they do, those who have developed them through military interests have an obligation to use them for benevolent purposes as opposed to merely ensuring the financial superiority of a few billionaires.
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