Neil Harbisson has an antenna permanency…

Neil Harbisson has an antenna permanency attached/implanted into his skull, which allows him to feel colors, receive data from the internet and satellites, and much more. He is considered the world’s first cyborg. In 2010, he co-founded the Cyborg Foundation, an international organisation that defends cyborg rights, promotes cyborg art and supports people who want to become cyborgs.

In 2001,Kenny Waters, a man who was wrongly…

In 2001, Kenny Waters, a man who was wrongly imprisoned 18 years for murder, was finally freed after his high-school dropout sister went to law school to prove his innocence. Tragically, Kenny Waters died in an accident 6 months after his release from prison.

Conviction is a 2010 biographical legal drama film based on this story.

The Man of the Future

David Marshall, “Changes in the skull—past, present, and future—because of evolution.” Journal of the American Dental Association. Nov 1975.

Back in the early 1980s, orthodontist David Marshall, from Syracuse, NY, liked to speculate about what humans would look like 2 million years in the future. Or what “Future Man” would look like, as he referred to our descendants. Based on previous trends in our evolution, he concluded that Future Man will be hairless, big-skulled, small-jawed, and have few teeth.