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favorite to win the world cup Russia 2018 » Post #64

Tue Jun 19, 2018 22:39 in General Talk

Can I bribe you to vote Croatia ?

Vote for Croatia and I can pay you up to 1000 tasman1coin , value at the moment zero but it will increase 100% in next 30 day

Missing survey credited » Post #2

Tue Jun 19, 2018 22:38 in Your Stats

cool , congrats , glad they paid you

Robot Pizza Delivery is coming » Post #5

Tue Jun 19, 2018 00:24 in General Talk

sweetpie3000 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Hope that robot wash his hands after toilet

Are you ordering pizza robot self driving in Australia?

Domino's Using a Robot to Deliver Pizza in Australia - IGN News - YouTube

Australia ? What is that ?
I live in Tasmania and we are 500 year backward , Australia is not yet discovered

Robot Pizza Delivery is coming » Post #4

Tue Jun 19, 2018 00:11 in General Talk

Was in city yesterday and seen big number of people waiting for public toilet
Asked what is that metalic noise in toilet klang bang , klang
Man say , crap , robot is shiting

Robot Pizza Delivery is coming » Post #2

Tue Jun 19, 2018 00:02 in General Talk

Hope that robot wash his hands after toilet

Yesterday $2.30 Today $3.57 » Post #2

Sat Jun 16, 2018 23:15 in Success Stories

nice , going up ???

my best survey ever » Post #2

Sat Jun 16, 2018 18:35 in General Talk

wow , cool , congrats

favorite to win the world cup Russia 2018 » Post #46

Sat Jun 16, 2018 17:50 in General Talk

Not a bad start for Croatia

Croatia 2-0 Nigeria

Yesterday $2.50 Today $2.30... » Post #2

Sat Jun 16, 2018 01:12 in Success Stories

cool , your earning going up , congrats

Bad , Today$3.61 plus 3 not paid...tasman1 » Post #1

Fri Jun 15, 2018 23:35 in Success Stories

crap day , 3 finished surveys not paid today [ over 2.00 in value ]

Today $3.6116

GTM DAY -15TH JUNE » Post #3

Fri Jun 15, 2018 17:55 in Success Stories

wow , congrats

14/06 Earned 4.26 [not to bad ] ..tasman1 » Post #1

Thu Jun 14, 2018 23:30 in Success Stories

Tasks Optional $0.00
Surveys 3 surveys $3.86
Offers 1 offer $0.40
Total earned: $4.26
EXTRA BONUSES (complete the requirements to unlock)
ClixAddon Completed +2.0%
Activity Completed +2.0%
Congrats! The checklist is completed!
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favorite to win the world cup Russia 2018 » Post #23

Thu Jun 14, 2018 05:01 in General Talk

Croatia is strange beast

Croatian team are FROM Croatia

Australian team are FROM Croatia

What you say now . who is good

Today 1.81$ Yesterday 0.86$..satakas » Post #2

Wed Jun 13, 2018 23:59 in Success Stories

cool , congrats

6.14 earned on 13/06.....tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Jun 13, 2018 22:49 in Success Stories

Tasks Optional $0.00
Surveys 6 surveys $6.14
Offers Optional $0.00
Total earned: $6.14
EXTRA BONUSES (complete the requirements to unlock)
ClixAddon Completed +2.0%
Activity Completed +2.0%
Congrats! The checklist is completed!
Your bonus is currently standing at:

survey completed » Post #3

Wed Jun 13, 2018 17:54 in Success Stories

nice :clap:

12/06/2017 Earning just 2.46...tasman1 » Post #1

Wed Jun 13, 2018 01:19 in Success Stories

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75,747,942 12 Jun 2018 18:30 EST Complete Peanut Labs Offerwall (Opinions Survey) $0.7200
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Earned more than $28,000 in Clixsense! » Post #2

Tue Jun 12, 2018 18:07 in Success Stories

\Perfect , and glad you are my sponsor , congrats

Thanks Clixsense for Crediting all Pending Surveys » Post #5

Tue Jun 12, 2018 17:42 in Success Stories

Glad you made it , congrats

Living forever from year 2050 ...tasman1 » Post #1

Tue Jun 12, 2018 02:11 in General Talk

What you can read here is in my opinion pure lie and garbage Reason I say that is that now if you do not have private health insurance in Australia you can not go to hospital but die like a garbage , Yes , maybe rich will live forever in Australia but poor will die on the street in huge number. In my opinion in just 5 years they will start to get rid of all poor

Here it is

A LEADING futurologist has revealed the cut-off date for achieving immortality, and we’ve got bad news for anyone born before the year 1970.
IF YOU’RE under 40 reading this article, you’re probably not going to die unless you get a nasty disease.”

Those are the words of esteemed futurologist Dr Ian Pearson, who believes humans are very close to achieving “immortality” — the ability to never die

Humans have been trying to find a way to dodge death for years.

Ancient Greek alchemists tried to create a “philosopher’s stone” that would let people live forever, but humans have yet to beat death.

However, Dr Pearson tells The Sun that there are a number of different ways we could live forever — as long as you can make it to the year 2050.

If you kick the bucket before then, you might be part of the last generation of humans to die of old age.


“There are quite a lot of people interested in living forever,” explains Dr Pearson. “There always has been, but the difference now is tech is improving so quickly, lots of people believe they can actually do it.”

He reveals that one way to extend life would be to use biotechnologies and medicine to “keep renewing the body, and rejuvenating it”.

“No one wants to live forever at 95 years old, but if you could rejuvenate the body to 29 or 30, you might want to do that.”

This could be done in several ways, including genetic engineering that prevents (or reverses) the ageing of cells.

Alternatively, you could replace vital body organs with new parts.

Many scientists around the world are working on creating human organs using 3D printers loaded with living cells, which could one day make human organ donors redundant.


But Dr Pearson thinks it’s much more likely that we’ll extend our lives a different way: robots.

“A long time before we get to fix our bodies and rejuvenate it every time we feel like, we’ll be able to link our minds to the machine world so well, we’ll effectively be living in the cloud,” he explains.

“The mind will basically be in the cloud, and be able to use any android that you feel like to inhabit the real world.”

He says that in 50 years time, we might be able to hire an android anywhere in the world “just like a hire car”, and upload your consciousness into it.

“If you wanted to spend the evening in Australia, going to the Sydney Opera House, you could use an android.”

This means that even when your original bodies dies, you’d still be able to use your digital mind — stored on a computer — and live in the world using highly realistic robot bodies.

“The current state of sex dolls are starting to look quite human-like. Give them another 30 years of development and they’ll be extremely human-like,” Dr Pearson reveals.

“You can take any android body and they will look human-like, and download whatever mind you want. You could share one with someone else, or have one yourself, or own dozens of them.

“You might even have ones of different genders and different ages, some old, young, female, male — there might be new genders by 2050 as well, so several other ones you can pick too.”

He explains that we’ll have to wait until around “2045, 2050” before we’ll be able to create these strong brain-to-machine links, and says the cost will be very high initially.

The first people to use robot bodies to become immortal will be the rich, but then “the price will gradually come down”.

“One day your body dies — maybe you get hit by a bus or a nasty disease — but it doesn’t matter, because your mind will still be there. You’ll be able to use an android body instead of the organic one you just lost.”

For normal people on everyday salaries, it’s more likely that you’ll have to wait a little longer.


“By 2060, people like you or I will be able to buy it, and by 2070 people in poor countries on modest incomes will be able to buy it.

“Everyone will have a chance to have immortality, a sort of electronic immortality.

“After 10, 15, 20 years, the price comes down to hundreds of pounds, rather than millions.

“It could be provided as part of the NHS (National Health Service). You might be able to buy premium offerings on a private subscription, or you might get a basic presence on a network and be allowed to use an android body.”

Dr Pearson says we’ll have to limit the number of android bodies people can own, however.

“You might be given one free on the NHS, but you might be limited to no more than two or three.

“Rich people that can afford it would probably want to have loads of different bodies, and if your mind is online, there’s nothing to stop them replicating it millions of times over.

“You wouldn’t want to live in a world where there are millions of Kardashians walking around, where they can afford to do it and nobody else can.

“We would need to limit the number of bodies for environmental impact.

“Imaging taking everybody in the UK. Once the economics allows everyone to have 10 bodies each, there would be 600 million people living here.”
Sydney Festival 2018. VR Ghost Train at the Meriton Festival Village. Picture: Sarah Walker


The tricky bit is surviving until the technology becomes widely available.

“By 2050, it will only really be for the rich and famous,” Dr Pearson said.

“Most people on middle-class incomes and reasonable working-class incomes can probably afford this in the 2060s. So anyone 90 or under by 2060.

“If you were born sometime in 1970 onwards, that would make you 48 this year. So anybody under 50 has got a good chance of it, and anyone under 40 almost definitely will have access to this.

“Most of your readers are probably going to live forever,” Dr Pearson tells us.
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