Elsewhere in different topics we have discussed human lifespan, AI, travel to other solar systems. We use different ideas to solve certain issues. Here I am going to bring in a set of plausible assumptions. Then let the innovations begin. 1. In a few years (may be 25) we will have the most powerful computer the size of a sugar cube (~1cc). 2. Hopefully we will be able to interface and extend our brain to this device and hence increase our brain capacity same way we can use an exoskeleton today. We can implant this device below the ribcage. 3. By manipulating telomerase and other enzymes we can extend our life span to 300 years or more. 4. We can freeze a human cryogenically and be able to revive intact due to the computer implant. The implant is not an AI implant - the I is you. 5. We can regrow limbs or damage parts of our body using the implant which sends the signal to change and manipulate the cell division (differentiation). 6. In 100 years, we can drop (upload) our total memory to a cube computer as a back up with a sleep code so that you are not conscious in the cube. What for I do not know. 7. Nanotechnology can build any protein or small components if raw material is available. 8. You can store the entire knowledge of the human race in a computer the size of a coke can 9. you will know how DNA works and what sequence does what and how it is related. 10. You will know which planets are habitable by humans within 10 light years distance 11. You do not have FTL travel or warp drive yet. 12. Even though we have the most powerful computers, AIs are not quite there yet. They are at the level of a six year old child with no emotions. No temper tantrum. What can you do with this knowledge?