posted on Oct, 29 2015 @ 05:44 PM
The next big discoveries will be; understanding protein folding, DNA, genomics, the whole big picture of how a critter grows from one cell to a
complex creature of over several trillion cells. It takes a supercomputer to figure out how a single protein folds, yet this is done trillions of time
a day by biological cells. We'll probably find out that cells operate like present-day superscalar computers.
The next big thing will be to understand how gravity and atomic nucleii interact and how gravity can be amplified or cancelled out in the same way
that magnetism can be manipulated. Maxwell had derived the equations in the 1800's, so they were known for over one hundred years. It wasn't until
recorded sound, loudspeakers, microphones, telephones and record players were developed that those equations suddenly became practical.
Tractor beams using radio waves, light or neutrinos. Just imagine an array of lasers or intense light that is at those frequencies that can pass
through human tissue. If they could interact in the same way as ultrasound we can move stuff around.