Technology is quite a
thing to behold. Over the last decades technology has expanded exponentially
and we’ve come across some truly groundbreaking stuff. Let’s not waste any more
time and look at science’s greatest hits.

GPS

Being able to know
where on the planet you are is honestly a gift from techno-Jesus if you have as
much orientation as I do. I couldn’t drive anywhere without a GPS, so thanks to
this technological marvel I can see the outside world every once in a while.
Not too much, though.

The Internet

You can read this, I
can put this on a place where you can read it, and we can all communicate with
each other irregardless of distance. The internet has changed the world forever
and I doubt any of us could really go back.

Magnetic Resonance
Imaging

Thanks to this
invention, we can literally look inside someone’s body. If that’s not something
that shows you the true potential of technology and how far we’ve come, I’m not
sure what else will convince you. The MRI has saved thousands, maybe millions
of lives since its creation.

The International
Space Station

It’s basically an
Airbnb in space. Having a viable housing unit floating around in the deep abyss
of space truly is a wonderful achievement for technology and humanity.

Hubble Space
Telescope

Considering this thing
is so powerful it made a picture of the deepest part of the universe known so
far – looking back in time more than 13 billion years – it’s nothing short of
amazing. For those interested, Google “Hubble Ultra Deep Field.” It will blow
your mind.

The Mars Rover

It’s a robot riding
around on Mars sending us pictures of its surface. What’s not to be amazed
about? Sadly, both Mars rovers – Spirit and Opportunity – have gone dark on
Mars’ surface. They exceeded all expectations however, since they were only
meant to last about a month and survived for many years.

Artificial Intelligence

While it might be the plot device in loads of post-apocalyptic sci-fi movies (looking at you, James Cameron), the rate at which we can make machines learn things is nothing short of impressive. It actually proves that we’re also getting closer and closer to figuring out how a human brain works.

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