Stan Lee created superheroes: Spider-Man X-Men Magnetic Man

Stan Lee created iconic Marvel superheroes Spider Man X Men Magnetic Man

Stan Lee created iconic Marvel superheroes : Spider Man,  X Men,  Magnetic Man

Superheroes and Hollywood figures alike took to social media on Monday to pay tribute to comic book legend Stan Lee, who died on Monday at age 95.

Stan Lee in collaboration with several artists particularly Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko created fictional characters including iconic Marvel superheroes: Black Panther, Thor, Spider-Man, the Fantastic Four, X-Men, Magnetic Man, Thor, The Fantastic Four, Avengers, Captain America.

Lee was inducted into the comic book industry’s Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame in 1994 and the Jack Kirby Hall of Fame in 1995. He received a National Medal of Arts in 2008.

Following his retirement from Marvel, he remained a public figurehead for the company, and frequently made cameo appearances in movies based on Marvel characters. Meanwhile, he continued independent creative ventures into his 90s until his death in 2018.

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Stephen Hawking – Artificial Intelligence – Superhumans – Genetic Engineering

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Physicist Stephen Hawking – last writings – Artificial Intelligence – Superhuman – Genetic Engineering.

The late physicist Stephen Hawking’s last writings predict that a breed of superhumans will take over, having used genetic engineering to surpass their fellow beings.

In Brief Answers to the Big Questions, to be published on Oct. 16 and excerpted today in the UK’s Sunday Times (paywall), Hawking pulls no punches on subjects like machines taking over, the biggest threat to Earth, and the possibilities of intelligent life in space.

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In search of – Zachary Quinto – History Channel.

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Magnetic man Zachary Quinto has already stepped into Leonard Nimoy’s shoes on “Star Trek.”

With ‘In Search Of,’ Zachary Quinto reprises another Leonard Nimoy role.

As host of “In Search Of,” a new version of the series that explores unexplained phenomena from all over the world. From the mythical to the scientific, each one-hour episode follows Quinto as he investigates a different subject within a dynamic theme – such as superhumans, alien life, artificial intelligence, Atlantis, time travel,
mysterious creatures and much more in search of the truth to some of the world’s greatest mysteries.

Leonard Nimoy hosted of the paranormal documentary series, which originally ran from 1977 to 1982 on A&E Network and later on History Channel. The music was composed by Laurin M. Rinder and W. Michael Lewis. A soundtrack album was released on AVI (American Variety International) Records in 1977. Nimoy’s popularity among science fiction fans (due to his role as Spock in the original Star Trek television series) won the show a following in fandom circles.
A short-lived revival of the show, featuring Mitch Pileggi, aired on the Sci-Fi Channel in 2002.

In January 2018, it was announced that Zachary Quinto will host the revived version of the show on History Channel. He is best known for his roles as Sylar on the science fiction drama series Heroes (2006–2010), Spock in the reboot Star Trek (2009) and its sequels Star Trek Into Darkness (2013)
and Star Trek Beyond (2016), as well as his Emmy nominated performance in American Horror Story: Asylum. He also appeared in smaller roles on television series such as So NoTORIous, The Slap, and 24.

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The Hollywood and Netflix produce super movies about human future like Superhuman, Magneticman, X-Men , Spider-Man , Magneto, Captain America , The Matrix , The Terminator , Minority Report , Avatar , Transcendence , The Machine , Phenomenon , Lucy , The Avengers , Star Wars, Star Trek, Batman , Star Trek into Darkness, Ready Player One.

Future Human – Future of Human Evolution

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Future Human – Future of Human Evolution

We habe many people worldwide who show on Youtube and in the another media that they can adhere various objects to their torso.
They try to duplicate the magnetic effect by bending slightly backwards and attaching objects onto slightly damp skin to imitate the Human Magnet.

Real magnetic people show in the media that with mind power they are capable of lifting objects of different materials off the floor without aid.
This can be done with the head or palms of the hands to hold objects vertically, horizontally, or in circular movements.
Some magnetic people are even capable of lifting objects from the floor with the palm of a gloved hand or even with talcum powder on the skin. This is not the friction and unusually sticky skin.

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Superhuman

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Superhuman definition, above or beyond what is human; having a higher nature or greater powers than humans have: a superhuman being

Superhuman abilities have now been discovered in humans.

Super humans are popular in science fiction where they are often cyborgs, mutants, aliens, telepaths, telekinesis superhero, all the product of ongoing human engineering or genetically engineered.

It’s human nature to try and discover these super human qualities and Netflix , Hollywood , Bollywood has the profound effect on expanding the horizons as well as the consciousness of millions of people and produce Superhuman movies like X-Men , Spider-Man , Magneto, Captain America , The Matrix , The Terminator , Minority Report , Avatar , Transcendence , The Machine , Phenomenon , Lucy , The Avengers , Batman , Ready Player One , Star Trek , Star Wars, Avatar, Solo: A Star Wars Story . Are all produced by artificial and natural selection and by genetic engineering.

Thus science has made tremendous progress and with new discoveries in genetics and neuroscience will confirm finally that humans indeed do possess superhuman abilities.