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#1681 Julia36

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 12:40 PM

QUANTUM ARCHAEOLOGY.

How Science is trying to resurrect the dead.


Micro Map of the past being created.

  • Quantum computers and new maths to calculate detailed histories and memories of everyone dead.
  • Face and body reconstructions a million years old already achieved: mind reconstructions coming.
  • 106 billion people to be resurrected within 40 years.

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CAIRO, EGYPT—Egypt’s Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damaty announced that the foundations of a 3,000-year-old fortress have been found at Tell Habua, near the Suez Canal. The fort had been part of a defensive line of fortresses and military cities. “The discovery is significant as it reflects the details of the ancient Egyptian military history. It is a model example of ancient Egypt’s military architecture, as well as the Egyptian war strategies through different ages, for the protection of the entirety of Egypt,”

 

Egypt's Largest Ancient Fortress Unearthed

 

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 12:48 PM

skeletal muscle has been successfully grown in the laboratory

 

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Scientists at Duke University announced this week that human skeletal muscle has been successfully grown in the laboratory that is able to react to stimuli just like native tissue.

The lab-grown muscle will allow researchers to study the effects that drugs and disease have on muscle tissue without having to endanger the health of a potential patient,>> more

 

 



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Posted 14 January 2015 - 01:04 PM

Cheapest drones

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these fore-run micro machines which will also be 3D printed and will go into the body to operate.

 

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"the Voxel8 printer is the result of several years of work by Lewis and other researchers at Harvard University. It can’t print something as complex as a smartphone, but it can print the body of a quadcopter drone—though you’ll still need to attach a separate motor and blades—and perhaps more importantly, later models will print hearing aids that fit your particular ear. The hope is that many companies will use it to produce a whole new wave of personalized wearables. "

 

 

 



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Posted 14 January 2015 - 01:13 PM

'Deep-learning' computer system predicts genetic causes of diseases

University of Toronto researchers have developed the first method for ranking genetic mutations based on how living cells read DNA, calculating how likely a mutation is to cause disease.

The multidisciplinary team from engineering, biology and medicine developed new computer techniques using massively parallel graphics processor units to analyse gene sequences and rate the likelihood of mutations causing diseases. So far they have discovered unexpected genetic determinants of autism, hereditary cancers and spinal muscular atrophy, a leading genetic cause of infant mortality. Their findings have been published in the journal Science.">>>

 

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Next Generation face construction from DNA phenotyping used

 

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“Human DNA encodes the genetic information that largely determines a person’s physical appearance. A copy of this genetic code or “DNA blueprint” exists in every cell of the body, which makes DNA a potentially invaluable source of investigative information. However, traditional DNA forensic analysis ignores genetic content and treats DNA as simply a biometric identifier, a “DNA fingerprint” that can be used for matching to a known individual.”
 
 
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Posted 14 January 2015 - 01:19 PM

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Machine learning is a scientific discipline that explores the construction and study of algorithms that can learn from data. Such algorithms operate by building a model based on inputs, and using that to make predictions or decisions, rather than following only explicitly programmed instructions. - Machine Learning, Wikipedia.

 

There are a lot of buzz words floating around in the Data Science space. Machine Learning (ML) is one of the more intriguing of these, and while often brought up in discussions about skills that a data scientist should have, it's also one that tends to be very misunderstood, in part because machine learning is even now far more pervasive than most people are aware of.

In one respect, any time that a programmer writes a program, a computer (we'll use that as our titular machine for now) has "learned" something. The computer will typically take some action (either human or externally initiated, such as a clock reaching a certain time of day), pulling libraries together based upon configuration files and executing them, possibly saving the results of these operations in memory or on physical media such as a hard drive or solid state drive, or sending other information to a network address.

However, for all of this, the computer itself is not really doing much beyond following specific instructions...." more>>>

 

good article

 

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 01:30 PM

Scientists discover how to recover fingerprints from bird feathers and eggs

 

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New technique busts retro crime.

 

 

 

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 01:46 PM

An Algorithm Found These Images Hidden In Reflections From Glitter

 

 

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Machines can now detect patterns better than men in many areas. And their competence increases fast.

 

http://www.gizmodo.c...s-from-glitter/

 

 

New Algorithm makes Machines Function Like Brains

 

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Carreira-Perpiñán has devised an algorithm that intersects applied math, statistics and computer science. It considers each of a mathematical function’s layers on its own, but also coordinates all the functions so they work together to get the desired outcome, whether it’s recognizing objects, recognizing speech and faces, helping self-driving cars, predicting the properties of materials or forecasting the stock market.

For example, the algorithm makes it possible for a computer to look at a picture you’ve taken of Yosemite National Park and, by computing progressively more abstract features such as edges, corners or object parts layer by layer, categorize the objects in the image such as mountains, trees or people — information your brain would come up with before you’ve even had time to snap that picture.

Each of the steps in itself is relatively simple. It’s getting a machine to optimize many different steps at once that’s the challenge, because the resulting system is nonlinear, nonconvex and often nondifferentiable,” Carreira-Perpiñán said. “An algorithm that coordinates them all, and parallelizes them efficiently, while guaranteeing it can find a local optimum — that’s new.” more>>>

 

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Kids Can Control Holograms With Their Minds Using The Force Trainer II

 

wireless headset picks up on a kid’s brain activity, and translates their concentration to a series of Jedi challenges included with the accompanying app

 

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myBrain wants your brain to chill out. The company launched a new headgear Melomind, which reads your neural activity and translates it into the language of music. The idea is to check the level of stress and produce two corresponding music for it: Relaxed and Distractor. Relaxed is a pleasant stream of music, while Distractor is something very annoying and you don’t want to hear it.

Still a prototype, the biofeedback gear trains the mind to be relaxed. The company notes that they have received FDA approval for the device and will be launching it at $285 in September.">>>

 

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 02:57 PM

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WASHINGTON, 13 Jan. 2015. U.S. intelligence experts are trying to reverse-engineer the algorithms of the human brain by blending data science and neuro science in attempts to make rapid advances in machine learning and artificial intelligence.

Officials of the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Agency (IARPA) in Washington issued a broad agency announcement for the Machine Intelligence from Cortical Networks (MICrONS) program to advance theories of neural computation.

The goal of the IARPA MICrONS program is to create ever more capable neurally derived machine learning algorithms, with an aim to improve the ability to perform complex information processing tasks such as one-shot learning, unsupervised clustering, and scene parsing with near-human-like proficiency.

 

The five-year MICrONS program will have three phases that involve neuroanatomical and neurophysiological studies to improve the understanding of cortical computations underlying sensory information processing. Each phase will lead to a new and increasingly challenging algorithms.

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Neuroscience Programs at IARPA

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is an organization within the Office of the Director of National Intelligence that invests in high-risk, high-payoff research to tackle some of the most difficult challenges in the Intelligence Community. As part of this mission, IARPA sponsors several applied research programs that use multidisciplinary approaches to advance our understanding of cognition and computation in the brain. Currently active neuroscience programs include:

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http://www.iarpa.gov...rograms/microns

 

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Posted 14 January 2015 - 04:01 PM

QA is based on the ludicrous quest of trying to construct the brains of long dead individual down to the last synapse, even if there's no technology in sight that could even map every last synapse of a brain that is available for dissection. 

 

Then there's the problem that even if QA could (miraculously) reconstruct the brain of Socrates, there's the philosophical threat that this would still not account for free will, and therefore that reconstructed simulated brain will not act like Socrates's brain would.


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Posted 14 January 2015 - 04:51 PM

QA is based on the ludicrous quest of trying to construct the brains of long dead individual down to the last synapse, even if there's no technology in sight that could even map every last synapse of a brain that is available for dissection. 

 

Then there's the problem that even if QA could (miraculously) reconstruct the brain of Socrates, there's the philosophical threat that this would still not account for free will, and therefore that reconstructed simulated brain will not act like Socrates's brain would.

 

May I ask your religious convictions platypus -  you dont have to answer that of course.

 



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Posted 14 January 2015 - 10:45 PM

 

begins 10.30 in.  bio:

http://web.mit.edu/p...dams_allan.html


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 12:49 AM

New calculations support dark-matter discovery

 

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"A controversial claim by the DAMA group that it has detected dark matter in an underground lab in Italy might turn out to be true after all, according to physicists in Europe and the US. The new research reconciles the claimed detection with apparently null results from other experiments, as well as indirect astrophysical evidence. It proposes that dark matter interacts with ordinary matter not via one of the four known fundamental forces but instead through a fifth force mediated by an axion-like particle."

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2015 - The Age of Robots

by dec. you'll be sick of them - and have one round the home.

 

40% annual growth forecast for Chinese robotics

 

Companies and colleges churning out cheaper better, more powerful robots, including humanoids.

 

Robotics startup building bones and muscles of humanoid

 

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The early prototype of the robot was very basic. It moved using keyframes, which means the operator sets the start and end point of a movement and the software extrapolates the movement in between. The robot wasn’t precise and seemed buggy, but the team already knew more worked needed to be done>>>

 

http://www.itworld.c...f-humanoid.html

 

Australia moves first Ecoskeltons into hospitals.

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ReWalk is a wearable robotic exoskeleton that provides powered hip and knee motion to enable individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) to stand upright and walk. The system provides user-initiated mobility through the integration of a wearable brace support, a computer-based control system and motion sensors. The system allows independent, controlled walking while mimicking the natural gait patterns of the legs. ReWalk is the only exoskeleton system cleared by the FDA for both personal use as well as use in a rehabilitation setting in the United States. With TGA approval, ReWalk becomes the sole TGA approved exoskeleton system in Australia." more>

 

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CES 2015: Robots Slowly Step Into Our Daily Lives

 

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US Navy

 

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'Twendy One' that is being developed to aid in labor shortages in aging societies. The 1.5 meter tall and 111 kg heavy robot is able to assist lift a human and also is dextrous enough to massage

 

 

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An android is a robot[1] or synthetic organism[2][3][4] designed to look and act like a human, especially one with a body having a flesh-like resemblance.[2]Until recently, androids have largely remained within the domain of science fiction, frequently seen in film and television. However, advancements in robot technology have allowed the design of functional and realistic humanoid robots.[5] wiki

 

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Music playing Toyota robot

This 120cm 35-kg robot has artificial lips moving with the same finesse as human lips enabling the playing of the trumpet, together with mobility control technology.

 

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Street cleaner robot.

 

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 01:54 AM

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British Robotics in 1988. (It's improved!).

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USA 2014:)

 


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 02:08 AM

When do we start Resurrecting?

 

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Resurrection of the dead has already started with archaeology and evolutionary biology.

 

It will become a civil and human right. as it becomes clear that technology is going to achieve it.

We will find out the nature of life in it's deepest philosophy to date as death is proven illusion and suffering something that has function & purpose.

 

Converging science and technology will bring QA when we've reached enough complexity.

 

The problem's the same...how to recover information and reassemble a youthful super-functioiung happy human being.

 

The interruption to continuity is not a mayor difficulty as people will be resurrected in groups.

 

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Quantum Archaeology is a prescience of resurrection of the dead using process technologies due in 20-40 years.Organisms extinct for hundreds of millions of years have already been resurrected in evolutionary biology and historical information is now thought incapable of destruction.
It involves building the Quantum Archaeology Grid to plot all knowable events of the past, filling the gaps by cross-referencing heuristically, and deducing by the laws of science.  Specialist grids already exist waiting to be merged, including cosmic ones with trillions of moving evolution points.

 

The result will be a mega-matrix crisp  enough to describe then simulate the past. Quantum computers and super-recursive algorithms, both in their infancy, may allow vast calculation into the quantum world, and artificial intelligence has no known upper limit. Baring catastrophe it is likely science and technology will resurrect the dead. QA is no way invalidates the need for cryonic suspension where data of the dead are preserved.

 

Information is incapable of being destroyed (Susskind) the universe is time symmetrical..You can run information backwards. If it is a hologram as seems popular in physics, this would support QA as well.

 

Resurrection will make the world sit up.

 

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2015 Robots

2017 Biotech

2018 Supercomputing

2020's-> Artificial Intelligence

 

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 03:12 AM

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While some things are impossible, they are only impossible within the limits of the model posed.

Philosophically, death is impossible in the model of general science. It had never existed to the enlightened philosopher. Perhaps there was one.

 

There may be no valid immutable performance of history: nothing is fixed. The past can be rewritten, changed infinite times.

 

Where does that leave identity?  Are you one or many? None? Something else? It cant degenerate to race or groups or the other. Is there then any finality - any final solution? There are none.( Who controls machine intelligence controls history and the battle will start for it in the 2020's). Peace or friction such fore-brains are coming!

 

And the validity of suffering? I feel! I suffer! This is at least real? (there is no such validity for nothing has happened unchangeably).


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 03:39 AM


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 03:59 AM

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INFORMATION STORAGE IN THE UNIVERSE

 

"Information can never be stored perfectly. Whether on a CD, a hard disk drive, or a piece of papyrus, technological imperfections create noise that limits the preservation of information over"... MORE. [ Idiosyncratic view IMO

Information can indeed be stored perfectly eg writing E=MC^2 stores that equation perfectly.]

 

http://phys.org/news...rmation-be.html


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 04:10 AM

 CHINA  has built a supercomputer for deep learning

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Chinese search engine company Baidu says it has built the world’s most-accurate computer vision system, dubbed Deep Image, which runs on a supercomputer optimized for deep learning algorithms. Baidu claims a 5.98 percent error rate on the ImageNet object classification benchmark; a team from Google won the 2014 ImageNet competition with a 6.66 percent error rate.

In experiments, humans achieved an estimated error rate of 5.1 percent on the ImageNet dataset."  more>>> good article

 

https://gigaom.com/2...-deep-learning/

 

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 04:41 AM

Hybernation Protein could treat Alzheimer's

 

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A protein which protects hibernating animals during lengthy spells of sleeping could be the key to fighting Alzheimer’s disease, scientists believe.

The University of Leicester has discovered that a ‘cold-shock’ protein is crucial for preventing the loss of brain cells and their connections when body temperature drops to dangerous levels.

When animals hibernate the number of brain cell links - known as synapses - decreases, allowing them to entre a state of torpor.

Scientists have found that the protein RBM3 helps synapses to rebuild once the animal wakes, restoring normal brain activity."

 

http://www.telegraph...rs-disease.html

 

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 04:53 AM

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 09:30 AM

 

QA is based on the ludicrous quest of trying to construct the brains of long dead individual down to the last synapse, even if there's no technology in sight that could even map every last synapse of a brain that is available for dissection. 

 

Then there's the problem that even if QA could (miraculously) reconstruct the brain of Socrates, there's the philosophical threat that this would still not account for free will, and therefore that reconstructed simulated brain will not act like Socrates's brain would.

 

May I ask your religious convictions platypus -  you dont have to answer that of course.

 

Secular rational mystic, I do not believe in the supernatural. How about yourself? 



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Posted 15 January 2015 - 04:10 PM

 

Secular rational mystic, I do not believe in the supernatural. How about yourself? 


 

 

 

I try to be a philosopher exploring science, and quite sure I'm dim. I have to ask what form your mysticism takes?
 

IBM Develops $2.5bn Super Computer for Kenya

 

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"Most Powerful and Secure System Ever Built" ibm

 

“In addition to real-time encryption, the mainframe delivers analytics to help meet the expectations of consumers for speed and safety for trillions of transactions in the mobile economy,” said IBM in a statement at the launch of the system, the development of which involved 60 clients and included 500 patents including cryptographic encryption technologies.

Customers have become notoriously demanding as they see more and more of the potentials embedded in recent technological advancements. The expectation now is that mobile applications be super-fast and seamless, and this is without regard or appreciation to the back end processes that drive their requests. It is trends like these that justify the investments and efforts that go into producing technological wonders like the z13. Experts believe mobile transactions will continue to leapfrog, possibly hitting the 40 trillion transactions per day mark by 2025." more

 

EU pushes for Exascale Supercomputing

 

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NEW ORLEANS 2014

 

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Exascale computing should be here by 2018 and is consistent with Moore's Law projections- despite media speculation!

 

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Tomorrow’s HPC systems: The "Exascale Challenge

The current challenge is to move from 1015 flop/s (petaflop) to the next milestone of 1018 flop/s – an exaflop. The exascale challenge has been articulated in detail at the global level by the International Exascale Software Project and in Europe by the European Exascale Software Initiative. The timescale for demonstrating the world’s first exascale system is estimated to be 2018.

 

 

 


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 04:18 PM

Finds in Egypt

http://www.heritaged...es-egypt/106404

 

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"Previous research teams that have worked in the quarry have thought that the location did not contain any significant Prehistoric remains.

“We have found over 60 Rock Art sites with the flint tools used there, and documented around 5000 quarry marks and 800 texts since we started in 2012. We have refuted previous observations and thereby re-written the history of the location”, says Maria Nilsson." more>>>

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 05:01 PM

 

Supercomputer enables Wind Farm Simulation

 

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simulations: path of air through large wind farms. Johns Hopkins University

 

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http://www.hpcwire.c...t-design-clues/


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 05:18 PM

Rapere: An Intercept Drone to Seek and Destroy Other Drones

 

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great site

 

 

http://www.softmachine.net/everything/

 

Graphene-based scanner to reveal hidden aspects of artwork

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Many paintings in famous art galleries are in for a shock as the public spot modern fakes!


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Posted 15 January 2015 - 06:29 PM

Imagining achieved at smaller levels in living systems

 

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A see-through zebrafish and enhanced imaging provide the first direct glimpse of how blood stem cells take root in the body to generate blood.


Read more at: http://phys.org/news...stem-cells.html

 

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 08:45 PM

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Expansion Microscopy

Brain Microscopy /Imaging gets better

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Quantum Archaeolgy predicts mapping ourselves our environment will enable calculating the past is detail enough to map our ancestors brains and lives -  then  use micro robots to resurrect them.

 

 

"A new method allows researchers to visualise brain tissue at the nanoscale using ordinary light microscopes. Scalable 3D super-resolution microscopy of a portion of the mouse hippocampus showing neurons (green) and synapses (blue) and red)."

 

http://www.theguardi...s-finer-details

 

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Why women do well in science


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#1708 Julia36

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 09:13 PM

 Scientists know they are becoming powerful magicians

 

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Quantum computer lasers shrink to size of  grain of rice

 

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Princeton Univ. researchers have built a rice grain-sized laser powered by single electrons tunneling through artificial atoms known as quantum dots. The tiny microwave laser, or "maser," is a demonstration of the fundamental interactions between light and moving electrons.

The researchers built the device—which uses about one-billionth the electric current needed to power a hair dryer—while exploring how to use quantum dots, which are bits of semiconductor material that act like single atoms, as components for quantum computers.

"It is basically as small as you can go with these single-electron devices," said Jason Petta, an associate professor of physics at Princeton who led the study, which was published in Science.

The device demonstrates a major step forward for efforts to build quantum-computing systems out of semiconductor materials, according to co-author and collaborator Jacob Taylor, an adjunct assistant professor at the Joint Quantum Institute, Univ. of Maryland-NIST. "I consider this to be a really important result for our long-term goal, which is entanglement between quantum bits in semiconductor-based devices," Taylor said.

The original aim of the project was not to build a maser, but to explore how to use double quantum dots—which are two quantum dots joined together—as quantum bits, or qubits, the basic units of information in quantum computers."

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This competes with the LLL rice sized particle accelerator built over 1 year ago.

 

 

 

I know where this is going...

 

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 3D Display Breakthrough

 

A new kind of display uses laser beams to send out different pictures into different directions. Each pixel contains lasers and a moving mirror, which directs the laser light. Different pictures can be sent to the right and the left eye of each viewer, so that 3-D effects become possible without the need for special glasses. A prototype has successfully been built, the technology is expected to become widely available in 2016.

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 09:42 PM

The boats in storm video:  QA states all this is calculable with coming science and reversible with future technology.

The debate is size of calculation which the infinite future will answer.

 

It doesn't matter to the dead when they resurrect: they cant experience any passage of time

 

 

 

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Posted 15 January 2015 - 10:33 PM

@platypus

My concern here is not the ressurection and free will as much as the question if Socrates would be he himself or just a copy.

I think this is the problem behind many ideas which deal with the reconstruction or repair of damaged brains.

Someon should come up with a test which could determine if a mind is the original or just a copy, if a brain, that got all its tissue replaced by something more durable, has "experienced" death.

I said someone because I have no clue how to do that, maybe by inserting a stimulus which will not reach coscience, and by meassuring the "decay" of that information, but this could be complete nonsense.






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