Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Machine Life Extension

Big Brain Machine with life

Emerging new research has shown that stem cells can create life longevity, life extension and reverse aging for biological humans. Most effects in humans can be recreated, duplicated, simulated or replicated in machines. How can ideas from stem cells be applied to machines?

There are several aspects to a living machine. In most processor based machines, a clock determines the number of pulsed cycles. With several techniques, the clock can be enhanced to increase or decrease the number of cycles.

Stem cells in humans can have a regenerative effect. In machines, subroutines can run at clock rates equal to or less than the master clock speed.

In humans, a slower metabolism can extend longevity. The same is true of machines with a lower clock rate. The stress, heat output, is less and the substrate's life span is extended. In cryogenic deep freeze lab experiments, subjects are frozen for an extended period of time, and brought back to life, and live longer. Machines can also be cryogenically altered.

Regeneration and repair in a human can equate to a reboot in some processors. Multiple subroutines can be created and each rebooted at will. Each of a multiple processor can have its own clock rate.

Global Reboot
Rebootable Subroutine
Lower Clock Rate
Cryogenic Alterations