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13 Top Discoveries That Promise To Change The Future Of Humans

Could you imagine fighting against the deadliest of diseases and living almost for 200 years? I'm sure you might be thinking that I am joking but trust me I am not. 

If you don't believe me, just go through the new discoveries the scientists have made in 2015. Their findings give reassurance that in coming few years we could literally do everything which seems impossible now. 

Read these discoveries which have already taken the internet and the world by storm. 

13 Top Discoveries That Promise To Change The Future Of Humans

13 Top Discoveries That Promise To Change The Future Of Humans

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13. A new planet in our solar system!

13. A new planet in our solar system!

In September 2015, scientists discovered a new dwarf planet called RR215. It takes almost 120x more time than the Earth to make one revolution. 

12. Medicine delivering nanomachine

12. Medicine delivering nanomachine

This machine was injected into the body of a mouse to test it. The machines were used to inject nanoparticles of a medicine. This could be a huge breakthrough in the field of science as it left the mouse unharmed. 

11. Protein antibodies supporting the immune system to fight HIV

11. Protein antibodies supporting the immune system to fight HIV

Scientists have synthesized protein antibodies capable of supporting the immune system of monkeys against HIV. And despite injecting heavy dosages of the virus, four monkeys could fight the disease. And now scientists are on their way to synthesize antibodies for humans too.

10. Synthetic leaves

10. Synthetic leaves

The first ever man-made leaf made up from silk proteins and functions much like a normal leaf. This leaf in future could generate oxygen for astronauts. 

9. Water on Mars!

9. Water on Mars!

Finally, NASA discovered and proved flowing water on Mars with the help of a rover. 

8. First mammals

8. First mammals

The species was named Kimbetopsalis simmonsae and looked very similar to a beaver. It would help to give us clues about how mammals came into existence. 

7. Whale gene mapping

7. Whale gene mapping

This Bowhead whale lives for 200 years and chances are there that if scientists are successful in their experiment, they could be able to increase human life. 

6. 'Second Earth'

6. 'Second Earth'

It revolves in the goldilocks zone and possesses similar conditions as our Earth does and could support the existence of life. 

5. Glass storage- Goodbye to pen drives.

5. Glass storage- Goodbye to pen drives.

The scientists have recently devised a technique to store 316 terabytes of data which could last at least for 13 billion years. The method is called 5-dimensional data storage.  

4. New human species. 

4. New human species. 

Biologists all over the world were shocked when a new human species named Homo Naledi was discovered in South Africa. It is considered to be one of the greatest of the human collection in the world. 

3. Bionic cells

3. Bionic cells

It not only claims to restore the vision but also promises to boost the vision to better than 20/20. 

2. Substance harder than Diamond

2. Substance harder than Diamond

By manipulating the chemical bonds the scientists could produce a substance 60 times harder than Diamond. And could do wonders in the field of industry. 

1. Animal reanimation

1. Animal reanimation

In simple words, this is about bringing Dinosaurs back to life. Scientists believe it is possible to bring back these extinct species by cloning them through DNA and genome samples which have been preserved for thousands of years. 

Which discovery can change the world?

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