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Feb 22, 2024

WongKinYiu/yolov9: Implementation of paper — YOLOv9: Learning What You Want to Learn Using Programmable Gradient Information

Posted by in category: futurism

YOLOv9 is better than any convolution or transformer based object detectors.

Implementation of paper -: Learning What You Want to Learn Using Programmable Gradient Information — WongKinYiu/yolov9.

Feb 22, 2024

What determines greatness?/¿Qué es lo que determina la grandeza?

Posted by in category: space

What would I have told my past self, back when my days started to get painful, confusing, and suffocating?

It is not yet possible to travel in time, but if you need the answer, I will tell you.

I would have said: You share the same nature as the cosmos. You are part of it, and therefore, it is likely that you are governed by the same principles. So trust that you will grow. Soon, the pressure of tragic experiences that now seem like grotesque monsters will be nothing more than proof that you can continue growing. Soon, you will look at these facts as you look at a small, lost asteroid — once it has fulfilled its task of making you grow, it will slowly be lost in infinity. But you will have expanded.

Feb 22, 2024

Solar Storm Alert — Live

Posted by in categories: mobile phones, space

Breaking X6.3 Solar flare erupted from the sun! What caused the cell phone communications to go down on the morning of the 22 of Feb 24? Timing was in line with X1.9 and X1.7 solar storms, but where they really strong enough or did something else occur? Either way this is a call to prepare!

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Feb 22, 2024

Private lander makes first US moon landing in more than 50 years

Posted by in category: space

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — A private lander on Thursday made the first U.S. touchdown on the moon in more than 50 years, but managed just a weak signal back until flight controllers scrambled to gain better contact.

Despite the spotty communication, Intuitive Machines, the company that built and managed the craft, confirmed that it had landed upright. But it did not provide additional details, including whether the lander had reached its intended destination near the moon’s south pole. The company ended its live webcast soon after identifying a lone, weak signal from the lander.

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Feb 22, 2024

Moon landing LIVE: Watch Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander

Posted by in categories: business, space

Houston-based company Intuitive Machines’ lunar lander, nicknamed Odysseus, attempts landing on the surface of the moon. A smooth touchdown would put the U.S. back in business on the moon for the first time since NASA astronauts closed out the Apollo program in 1972. The company, if successful, would become the first private outfit to ace a moon landing. #moonlanding #odysseus #intuitivemachines #nasa #IM1 #space #live #livestream.

Thumbnail image credit: Intuitive Machines.

Feb 22, 2024

Biggest Conserver of Water in Space Contains 140 Trillion Times More Water Than Earth’s Oceans?

Posted by in category: cosmology

The water is in the form of vapor distributed around a black hole said to be 20 billion times more massive than the sun.

This reservoir of water was seen surrounded by a massive feeding black hole known as a quasar, located more than 12 billion light years away Photograph:(Agencies)

Found throughout space are extremely active and exceptionally luminous institution known as quasars. Within these galactic cores are collections of gas and dirt that have fallen into supermassive black holes and emit electromagnetic radiation. With nearly a million quasars recognized by astronomers as of August 2023, one in particular was said to be home to 140 trillion times the amount of water contained in all of Earth’s oceans.

Feb 22, 2024

David Chalmers interviews Richard Brown and discusses Illusionism

Posted by in category: neuroscience

Taken from Consciousness Live! S3 Ep2:

Feb 22, 2024

Aqueous Metal-Ion Batteries: The Future of Safe and Sustainable Energy Storage

Posted by in categories: energy, health, sustainability

How can water-based batteries help improve lithium-ion energy storage and technology? This is what a series of studies published in Advanced Materials, Small Structures, Energy Storage Materials, and Energy & Environmental Science hopes to address as a team of international researchers led by Liaoning University in China have developed recyclable, aqueous-based batteries that won’t succumb to combustion or explosion. This study holds the potential to help researchers develop safer and more efficient water-based energy storage technologies for a cleaner future.

While lithium-ion batteries have proven reliable, they pose safety risks due to the organic electrolytes responsible for creating the electrical charge, which can lead to them catching fire or exploding, limiting their development for large-scale usage. To solve this problem, the researchers used water for driving the electric current between the battery’s terminals, nearly eliminating the chance for a safety hazard.

“Addressing end-of-life disposal challenges that consumers, industry and governments globally face with current energy storage technology, our batteries can be safely disassembled, and the materials can be reused or recycled,” said Dr. Tianyi Ma, who is a team member and a professor in the STEM | School of Science at RMIT University. “We use materials such as magnesium and zinc that are abundant in nature, inexpensive and less toxic than alternatives used in other kinds of batteries, which helps to lower manufacturing costs and reduces risks to human health and the environment.”

Feb 22, 2024

Coercing LLMs to do and reveal (almost) anything

Posted by in category: futurism

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Feb 22, 2024

A single atom could drive a piston in a quantum engine

Posted by in categories: particle physics, quantum physics

In a quantum engine, a single atom can emit radiation that bounces around a reflective cavity and creates enough pressure to push down a piston.

By Karmela Padavic-Callaghan

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