The CoD:MW3 Experience

Yes I am gamer. I am a hardcore gamer.

One of the games that I recently played is a game called Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3. I upgraded my computer specifically to play this game. I think Call of Duty is one of the most brilliant games ever made in the history of gaming. I remember when I started playing games, when there was this old Nintendo, and these old gaming stations, games used to be… you know… just a guy walking around and shooting things! The character you were playing with used to be the super hero, or this amazing guy/girl that can do anything.

This is not the case in games these days. A lot of new games now have stories, REALLY good stories. They are well directed, and they are just breath taking. Modern Warfare 3 is the third and final release of the Modern Warfare trilogy. This game never seize to impress me with its brilliant game play and super interesting story.
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Anti-Aging Treatement

Recently I read an article on National Geographic that really astonished me. I couldn’t believe what I read. It reminded me of my previous post about Human Implants. The article speaks about an experiment that a scientist has made on a mouse. He injected them with something called Stem Cells, these cells are cells that are not specialized in something specific, they rather take form of any other cells that they get exposed to. He injected those mice with Stem Cells and he was amazed by the results. The results of this experiment made the mice healthier and they lived longer. He said that this experiment can propose a solution to Anti-Aging problems!!!! That couldn’t stop me from wondering and asking the ultimate question… What if this treatment succeeded on human beings? Will we use such treatments in order to live longer? or we will just use them to cure some aging diseases like Alzheimer? Allow me to go even further, this may not be realistic or may be limited to some extent or may not even be true but, can this help saving humans from dying? Just read the article and think about it…. If you have any thoughts, post them in the comments.

Human Implants

Recently I have played a game called Deus Ex: Human Revolutions. After finishing that game I couldn’t stop my self from wondering, what if this actually happened. To give a quick summary about the game’s story; it is about some organization that does some human cybernetic enhancement that can enhance the limitations of the human body. That’s not the actual story of the game but this is the science part in the story.

The question here stands. Can this really happen? I mean, if someone can’t carry something heavy; Can he remove his arm, and instead install a mechanical arm that gives him more power and strength? Can a man remove his eyes with an electric one that can grant him night vision? Can he plant things into his body, that can delay his death? Can we plant an electronic memory in order to help those who have bad memory?

I can keep asking many questions…  but the thing is, if such technology appeared… will we use it for good? or we will just be using this technology to enhance soldiers and make them stronger.

Here is a question for you… If such technology exits and you can do such surgery on your body… will you do it? if so, what will you do after the surgery?