YOU WANT TO BECOME A MILLIONAIRE: Solve the only one of the 10 tasks!
Scientists and engineers have discovered how to be able to overcome these problems, but still no one could find the key to solving them. If you find the key to solving some of these problems from a list compiled by “Business insider” you be soon become a billionaire.
1.Wireless energy source!
Finding ways to make everything around more effective and turn it into a source of energy is one of the things that could be rich. Long battery life have become history.
2.Internet in remote parts of the world.
Everyone agrees that this is a priority. One of the ways this can be achieved is very expensive and involves many new installations. There are other ways. The “Loon” has only one goal, sending balloons with renewable energy at the edge of the universe to create an Internet network for remote and secluded parts of the world.
3. The Inexpensive solar energy
Reducing the cost of the raw solar energy can be accomplished in several ways. We need cheap photovoltaic cells. They also have to be very efficient. At this point everyone is competing to find a way to unite these two requirements and try to find the materials and processes with which we were able to make a cheap and efficient photovoltaic cells.
4.The Clean carbon
Reducing carbon- dioxide some consider more important than finding renewable energy. Therefore, the production of pure carbon someone could make millions.
5.Pills that make you can really lose weight
This would probably be the holy grail of modern society. 2012. Researchers at UCLA were able to genetically modify the brains of mice. Mice were living in a “hyper-metabolic” condition and would burn more calories than normal mice. They were totally resistant to the thin thickness, and remained, regardless of high calorie food, and lack of activity. In addition, they have a normal blood pressure and showed no risk for the development of heart disease or diabetes.
6.A cheap desalination
Lack of water is one of the main problems of our time. Desalination plants have proved to be too expensive and inefficient. The ideal type of desalination would be one that is run by solar energy and uses only one fifth of the amount of electricity that is currently required for desalination.
7.Timely prediction of large natural disasters
The question that always bothers world community seismologist is whether they will ever be able to predict earthquakes. It is a complex problem. Regardless of what it is possible to read seismic activity, yet no one has ever predicted an earthquake.
8.Less expensive international payments
Although it is not a problem that directly affects consumers fees that financial institutions charge for sending money abroad could be less. Remittances would also be much cheaper if they were sent through a decentralized network. This is a problem that technology like bitcoin trying to solve.
9.The passwords that are impossible to hack
Hackers have so far managed to break almost every computer protection that exists. There must be a better way to protect your password. Engineers are working on it. Google, for example, trying to find a way to make our watches and even some parts of the body are “key” to our entry into the network.
Valid adage that death is the only certain thing in the world that can not be overcome, but at least scientists are working to extend the life of the people as much as possible. American scientist Cynthia Kenyon has managed, through his experiments cylindrical worm, which is equivalent to the old 80-year-old man, do not look, behave and operate as if half his age.