Saturday, April 4, 2009

email to expert (social psychologist) - Prof Liu

From: jackie chow []
Sent: Saturday, 4 April 2009 6:04 p.m.
To: James Liu
Subject: professional advise seeked for my current research

Dear Professor Liu,
My name is Jackie Chow. I'm a 4th year digital media student from Victoria University. Currently I'm undertaken a group project that focuses into future and technology.

Our group envisions that 80 years in the future, when earth is no longer suitable for human to live in, mankind will have to turn to science and technology for survival. Here's our group philosophy.
We envisions a future were Hybrid-Enhanced humans will evolve to survive within their environment. There will become a time when computing power will equal that of the human brain. It is at this time in the year 2089; that survival of the Hybrid humans will involve a transformation of the self. While having the standard methods, the Hybrid generation will have abilities to communicate, transfer information and energy in methods that will be less demanding on the resources of the planet.”

As a group of 7, each member have their own individual area to research on that relates to the group philosophy. My area of focus in this project is on our most primal senses – smell. How human senses will evolve and what this evolve sensor contribute to human survival in the future.
I believe that 40 to 50 years in the future, the collision between human beings and the natural world will be at the verge where it will be no longer able to sustain life. To maintain human survival, I foresee the importance of the balance between human and the environment. Hybird human senses will evolve, to a state where the Hybird generation will have the ability to perceive an advance level of understanding of the environment and surroundings, communicating between each other to harmoniously share the world in a fair and equal basis.

In order to complete the project to a con vincible level, we will need comments and suggestions from experts and professionals. It would be a great help to me and my group if we can get your help and support throughout our project.

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Thank you.

Jackie Chow

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