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Myacumma
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Postby Myacumma » Mon Apr 22, 2013 10:52 pm

Due to our isolated state, our technology is ahead in some ways, such as advanced railgun technology and buildings made of a true one way glass that can survive minor bullets, but is also greatly behind in some ways, such as the fact that we have yet to invent the wheel. Don't worry, we have magnetically powered hovering cars that only work on our special metal roads.

Sadly, we also lack lightbulbs as Dualitae's eyes glow in the iris ( colored part ). Poor ambassadors

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Dakran
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Postby Dakran » Mon Apr 22, 2013 11:42 pm

Pretty much real life First World powers tech levels combined, however we have an experimental Fusion Reactor set up.
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TIWS
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Postby TIWS » Tue Apr 23, 2013 4:41 am

TIWS is currently upgrading its eco-friendly technology. We are making a lot of wind farms and underground rail systems. As for the far and beyond, our space programe is currently making huge orbital space stations and land-based stations that will mass-produice capital spaceships :3

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Jade Tigers
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Postby Jade Tigers » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:10 am

For the most part, we have modern levels of technology. However, before Z-day we were on the verge of several breakthroughs that would have launched us into a post-modern technological age; now it will likely come to our military first but, given the nature of our national defense forces, the civilian world will likely still see this advance relatively soon.
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Postby Hundermenschen » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:40 am

Hybrid mixed weapons such as a shotgun and assault rifle caliber.
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Postby Duvniask » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:42 am

Very modern.

The army has many secret projects in regards to military technology.
One of these is the Rosniya Flying Platform (RFP-1), a type of personal VTOL aircraft, which was successfully tested in 1973, and has seen various improvements since then.

Also making big advances in eco-friendly and space-faring technology.
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Silicia
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Postby Silicia » Tue Apr 23, 2013 5:48 am

My tech is average, the military uses American weapons but we have invented a new way of making energy by grinding ground, it's under testing though.

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New Phyrreus
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Postby New Phyrreus » Tue Apr 23, 2013 7:32 am

Somewhere in-between MT and FT

We have developed spaceflight, as well as advanced computer technologies such as AIs and VIs
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Postby Urran » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:14 am

we are a highly advanced society. particularly in medicine. we can grow you new organs with just a few cells.
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Postby Fatatatutti » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:27 am

All of our technology is borrowed. In some areas, such as cars, we stopped borrowing new technology in 1960. In other areas, such as computers and satellites, our technology is up to date - the date being 2013.

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Kingdom of Phoenixia
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Postby Kingdom of Phoenixia » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:41 am

Well let's see, we are a normal PMT (past modern technology) Nation with a few exception that increased our tech-level significantly.
In the year 2022 we have fusion power, experimental energy-shields, military space stations with laser weapons etc etc.
However our hugest achievement was the discovering of the Multi-Dimensional Theory which solved our Land and Environmental Problems entirnerly, at least in our homeland.

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Postby Herlosk » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:01 am

We are mostly modern tech on par with a 1st-world country, although we are on our way to developing practical gauss-arms, we have particularly efficient hydroelectric energy plants and solar cells, and we have just made a breakthrough in software engineering that could render C++ obsolete.
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Sanian Confederacy
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Postby Sanian Confederacy » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:31 am

A combination of Modern Schizo (MT) and Fantasy Tech (FanT). So everything from modern computers with high communication abilities, advanced automatic weapons and composite body armor, jet planes, helicopters, laser-guided missiles, and advanced medical sciences. Along with such things as magically powered golems, airships propelled by arcane engines, spell craft and the enchantment of items there of. Intertwined to the degree that the arcane sciences, industry, and wartime magical technology have laid the groundwork for personal plasma weapons, powered armor, portable rail/coil guns, super-vacuum technologies, and the relatively widespread proliferation of biomechatronics with the aim to integrate mechanical elements, electronics and parts of biological organisms into improved singular beings.
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Postby Luziyca » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:40 am

Our technology is as advanced as the USA.
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Postby Aquafireland » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:43 am

In the Armed Republic of Aquafireland, technology is pretty advanced as our primary sector is mainly focused on Information Technology. We have floating cars and batteries that will never run out once in full charge no matter what you do with it.
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Kanaria
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Postby Kanaria » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:46 am

FT. We have faster-than-light travel, directed-energy weapons, effective immortality, sentient AI, genetically modified food, eradicated cancer but not the common cold and diseases introduced to our colonies, and nuclear fusion power.

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Esparmuran
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Postby Esparmuran » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:52 am

We're pretty much on par with the RL modern world.
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Congotar
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Postby Congotar » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:52 am

The same as current-day Japan, but a little more advanced.
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Postby Sibirsky » Tue Apr 23, 2013 10:58 am

Technological breakthrough timeline in the Republic of Sibirsky.

1975 Personal home computers break the 1 gigahertz barrier. Internet use surpasses radio use.

1976 Knowledge Base (online encyclopedia) is launched. First cyborg. 3G standard released.

1977 Gene therapy available.

1978 Human genome research completed. Crowd Wave (social media website) is launched.

1979 Web 2.0 emerges. Internet changes from consumption, to participation. First private spaceflight. Convo Now (social media site) is launched. First 1 GB flash card.

1980 Video Turf video website is launched. Flash drives replace floppy drives.

1981 Shout (microblogging service) is launched.

1982 Smartphones are launched. First e-book reader is launched. Streetview is launched.

1983 Scientist extract images directly from the brain. Artificial DNA. Wireless electricity goes commercial. Major advances in CGI. Petaflop supercomputer goes online.

1984 Major breakthrough in cancer research, complete genetic codes for skin and lung cancer identified. Bioengineered, biodegradable plastic is launched. Mouse genome fully sequenced. Laptops overtake desktops in sales. Mind Control headsets for video games are launched. 3D scanners enter the consumer market.

1985 Tablet computers go mainstream. Synthetic life achieved. Augmented reality glasses enter the consumer market. Macular degeneration curable. Speech to speech translators are common in phones. Sensing robots launched (first robots to not have to rely on a programmed sequence of motions, as well as the ability to "feel" objects). Solar power is plunging in cost.

1986 First synthetic organ transplant. 5 Gbit/s cables available. Multi-touch surface computing enters consumer market. 22 nanometer chips enter mass production. Consumer-level robotics are booming. First commercial spaceport. 4G standard released.

1987 Quad-core smartphones and tablets launched. First 1 Gigawatt offshore windfarm.

1988 Eighth generation consoles launched. 14 nanometer chips enter mass production. 4 GHz barrier is passed. Highly-sensitive touch sensors are appearing in a range of products.

1989 Internet use surpasses television use. Augmented reality glasses go mainstream. Personalized DNA sequencing for under $50. New molecule to fight tooth decay. Memristor devices becoming available. 1 terabyte flash card. Robotic pack mules enter service. Most phone calls are made using the Internet. Self-service checkouts are nearly universal.

1990 Five-year survival rates for thyroid cancer are approaching 100%. Virtual reality makes a comeback. Genome sequencing continues to improve exponentially. First lunar tourist. First large-scale solar updraft towers are operational. 3D printing goes mainstream. LED lamps dominate lighting markets. 10 nanometer chips enter mass production. Scientists resurrect the woolly mammoth. New emergency breaking systems are launched. Battery technology gets an enormous boost, charging batteries 10 times faster and the charge to last 10 times longer.

1991 First space hotel. Agricultural robots are appearing on farms. HVD (Holographic Versatile Disc) sales surpass DVD sales. New drug delivery methods for brain related conditions. Anti-sunburn pills become available.

1992 Sales of hybrid and electric trucks reach 1,000,000 annually. Electronic paper in widespread use. Traditional newspapers are becoming obsolete. Tooth regeneration available. Wireless implants monitor a range of health conditions in real time. First HIV vaccine commercially available. New prostate cancer treatment. Teleportation of simple molecules.

1993 A drug to prevent obesity becomes available. Many complex surgeries are performed by robots. Most electrical appliances and vehicles are now online. Consumer devices with 100 Gbit/s speeds. The biofuel market is experiencing rapid growth.

1994 Computers break the exaflop barrier. Bionic eyes commercially available. Connected vehicle technology being deployed. Driverless freight trucks deployed. Lunar-resonant streetlights are appearing. Progress with longevity extension.

1995 Five-year survival rates for Hodgkin's lymphoma are approaching 100%. 5G standard released. Texting by thinking available. Complex organ replacements grown from stem cells. UHD (Ultra High Definition 4320p) Television going mainstream. Holographic TV going mainstream. Smart grids and smart meters are being introduced. Video games with truly lifelike CGI.

1996 Five-year survival rates for breast cancer are approaching 100%. Male birth control pills are entering the market. First artifical kidney. Mind reading technology for security purposes ate high profile events. Telecommuting. Wireless electricity widespread. 5G standard released.

1997 Nanotech clothes growing in use. Piezoelectric nanowires in high end products. Deafness fully curable.

1998 Laser-driven fusion technology makes progress. Permanent cure for migraines available.

1999 Cure for the common cold available. Petabyte storage devices available.

2000 Mouse revived from cryptopreservation. Human brain simulations possible. Medical nanobots developed. Vertical farms common in cities.

2001 Aquaculture provides more than half the seafood. New treatments for Alzheimer's disease. Robotic hands match human capabilities.

2002 In-vitro meat going mainstream.

2003 Printed electronics are ubiquitous. Amputees can regrow limbs.

2004 Human-like AI becoming a reality. Heavy automation of retail.

2005 Smart grid technology is widespread. AI is widespread. AIDS, cancer, other diseases, curable. Zettaflop computing available. Full weather modeling is perfected. Hyper-fast crime scene analysis.

2006 Web 4.0 transforms the Internet. Stem cell pharmacies are common. 6G standard released.

2007 4th generation nuclear power. Terabit internet connections common.

2008 Hypersonic airliners enter service. Holographic wall screens for commercial applications. Five-year survival rates for kidney cancer approaching 100%.

2009 Exobyte storage devices available.

2010 Self-driving vehicles are widespread. Holographic recreations of dead people.

2011 Alzheimer's disease fully curable. Bionic eyes surpassing human vision.

2012 Quantum computers widely available.

2013 Teleportation of complex organic molecules.
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Ceskaria
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Postby Ceskaria » Tue Apr 23, 2013 9:22 pm

On par with nations like Croatia and Montenegro.
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Postby United Timelines Outpost Number 99999999 » Sat Apr 27, 2013 6:00 pm

Why, the Turbo Encabulator of course.
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The Children of Mama
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Postby The Children of Mama » Sat Apr 27, 2013 6:16 pm

Far Future Tech: interstellar travel, "portal" technology, fully roboticized industry, pretty much the works. The Children's greatest technological accomplishment, though, is Mama, their collective hive-mind consciousness resulting from their engineered telepathic abilities.

We're not obnoxious about it, though. The Children of Mama are a rather shy, curious race, more interested in studying the strange primitive aliens they've encountered than conquering or destroying them.

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Postby New Ecopia » Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:26 pm

Our nations technology advancements has enabled us to produce 0.0001 grams of Co2 per year using state-of-the-art green technology designed and manufactured by our nation.
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Wothevria
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Postby Wothevria » Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:39 pm

We are a nation not terribly advanced beyond the rest of the developed world in 2013. Our specially is taking other people's things and making them slightly more efficient.

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Postby Rov » Sat Apr 27, 2013 8:02 pm

Cybernetics, brain uploading, FTL travel, nanobots, sapient AI, miniaturized fusion reactors, quantum entanglement communications, antigrav, synthetic life, immortality, etc. It's a nice place to live, so long as you're fine with a direct democracy and near post-scarcity socialized system.

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