"If you can hang on until 2016, you will never die!"

Transmigration Time Table
140-190 Million Years Ago Dinosaurs roamed the Earth
100,000 BCE Homo Sapiens started using brains
3,000 Abacus invented in China
415 BCE Theactetus invented solid geometry
1821 Farraday invented the electric motor
1876 Bell patented 1st telephone
1936 Public television began in England
1946 ENIAC, the 1st electronic computer was invented
1965 FORTRAN invented at IBM
1968 Armstrong landed on the Moon
1975 1st personal computer introduced
1968 Human speech recognition by computers
1997 IBM computer is world chess champion. Intelligent robots land on Mars
1998 1 Billion transitors on a single chip now exceeds human brain dendrite density.
2001 The cybernetic chauffeur, installed in all cars by law, communicates with all other cars, road sensors and GPS satellites. This chauffeur drives and navigates from one point to another without human assistance.
2002 100 gigabyte MDV disk
2003 Computers now dominate the education environment in every subject. Human teachers are simply too feeble-mined to compete. Computers now understand feelings and emotions, and correct inaccuracies in student's conceptual thinking.
2005 A personal computer now has the ability to answer question on any topic because it knows where to find all recorded knowledge.
2008 ALL goods and services are now produced, provided and distributed by computers, including building, repairing and programming the computers themselves. No human labor, no management and no capital is required.
2009 MONEY IS ELIMINATED. Everything is now free in infinite quantities. Global, 100% obligator welfare.
2015 HUMAN EQUIVALENCE HAS BEEN ACHIEVED! A computer has just passed the Turing test, which indicates human level intelligence.
2016 DEATH ENDS. Human consciousness is now routinely transferred from the traditional meat brains. Everyone now lives forever. Sex and procreation are no longer necessary for perpetuation of the species.
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