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Aug 29, 2023

Japan Wants to Build the City of the Future

Posted by in categories: governance, media & arts

This may be a great idea. Currently watching. Several countries are trying this.

The race is on to build the world’s first floating city.
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Aug 29, 2023

We’re In This Together

Posted by in categories: media & arts, transportation

Together we are unbeatable and we will do the impossible.

Provided to youtube by universal music group.

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Aug 28, 2023


Posted by in categories: media & arts, robotics/AI

AI really is getting bigger, better and crazier, and in this video I’ll show you the top 10 AI tools that are changing EVERYTHING!! You Guys have gotta try them out and let me know in the comments which AI was your favorite one!

AI ART 2.0 —

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Aug 27, 2023

The Identity Of E5 Revealed | Reduced Epigenetic Age By More Than 50%

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, life extension, media & arts

So past the 7 minute mark we see a competing interest may have stumbled upon the same thing so Katcher and gang are starting a company to commercialize E5.

Here we review a preprint from Dr Katcher and Dr Horvath giving more detail on the experiments which showed a 54% epigenetic rejuvenation in rats and reveals the source of E5 and the processing involved.

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Aug 27, 2023

Thieves Go High-Tech To Steal Today’s Computerized Cars

Posted by in categories: computing, media & arts, transportation

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Today’s cars can contain over 100 computers and millions of lines of software code, which are all networked together and can operate all aspects of your vehicle. It is only logical that following this shift, car theft has gone high-tech.

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Aug 25, 2023

Recreating the visual effects in Oppenheimer, hearing-impaired music lovers prefer different mixes

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Excerpts from the Red Folder.

Aug 23, 2023

Earth Over The Next Billion Years

Posted by in categories: evolution, media & arts, space

Our lifespans might feel like a long time by human standards, but to the Earth it’s the blink of an eye. Even the entirety of human history represents a tiny slither of the vast chronology for our planet. We often think about geological time when looking back into the past, but today we look ahead. What might happen on our planet in the next billion years?

Written and presented by Prof David Kipping, edited by Jorge Casas.

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Aug 22, 2023

Post Eternity Part 2: Boltzmann Brains

Posted by in categories: media & arts, neuroscience, physics

Boltzmann brain is another bizarre consequence of laws of physics. It’s a configuration of matter, similar to our brains; a statistical fluctuation risen out of thermal equilibrium, a conscious observer created by a sudden decrease in entropy, having false memories of a grand structure exactly like our universe.

Given enough time, every single possibility allowed by the physical laws in our most likely closed universe must eventually occur, including one with a fluctuated brain, sitting in the middle of nowhere, having the exact same thoughts that you are having right now.

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Aug 20, 2023

THE HUMAN FUTURE: A Case for Optimism

Posted by in categories: climatology, media & arts, robotics/AI, sustainability

Soundtrack: Patreon: Change is coming. Humanity is entering a turbulent new era, unprecedented in both Earth and Human history. To survive the coming centuries and fulfill our potential as a species, we will have to overcome the biggest challenges we have ever faced, from extreme climate change, to rogue A.I., to the inevitable death of the sun itself.

The headlines make our chances look bleak. But when you look at our history and our tenacity, it’s clear that humanity is uniquely empowered to rise to the challenges we face.

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Aug 17, 2023

Scientists Recreate Pink Floyd Song Based on Brain Waves

Posted by in categories: media & arts, neuroscience

Scientists found a way to translate brain waves into music, using a Pink Floyd song — here’s how the tech could be used for communication in the future.
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