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Nov 13, 2016

The Universal Energy of Frequency and Vibration

Posted by in category: energy

Wild.


“Everything in Life is Vibration” → Albert Einstein.

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Nov 13, 2016

Smallest sliver of time yet measured sees electrons fleeing atom

Posted by in category: particle physics

A new time is upon us.


By Rebecca Boyle.

It’s like catching light in action. For the first time, physicists have measured changes in an atom to the level of zeptoseconds, or trillionths of a billionth of a second – the smallest division of time yet observed.

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Nov 13, 2016

Lucid-Dreaming Quantum Physics

Posted by in categories: futurism, quantum physics

Maybe this is the secret ingredient to futurists.


By Paul Levy: The following is excerpted from from Paul Levy’s upcoming book, The Quantum Revelation: A Modern-Day Spiritual Treasure, and was originally published on Paul’s website Awaken the Dream

Awaken

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Nov 13, 2016

Breakthrough in the quantum transfer of information between matter and light

Posted by in categories: innovation, quantum physics

From stationary to flying qubits at speeds never reached before… This feat, achieved by a team from Polytechnique Montréal and France’s Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), brings us a little closer to the era when information is transmitted via quantum principles.

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Nov 13, 2016

Moving toward computing at the speed of thought

Posted by in categories: computing, health, mathematics, virtual reality

Once synbio computing is fully matured then our tech dev work maybe done.


By Frances Van Scoy, West Virginia University.

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Nov 13, 2016

Synthetic virus may drive personalized medicine into precision medicine

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A collaborative effort involving Auburn University, Gen9 and Autodesk has developed a synthetic viral genome for bone cancer research and one which may prove revolutionary in the battle against cancer overall.

The sCAV2 virus, which is the longest functional virus created in oncology research, targets and destroys selected tumor cells while not impacting healthy cells, notes an announcement.

“This could change the way we fight cancer. It is that revolutionary,” states Dr. Bruce Smith, a professor in the department of pathobiology and director of the Auburn University Research Initiative in Cancer, in the announcement. “Our concept is taking personalized medicine to precision medicine. The technology to create a new virus by synthesizing it is a huge leap, but the ability to then make a customized virus tailored to the specific needs of each patient will be transformative.”

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Nov 13, 2016

‘Void’ dives into physics of nothingness

Posted by in category: physics

In modern physics, emptiness is elusive and difficult to define, a new book shows.

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Nov 13, 2016

“Art in Science” depicts the microscopic beauty of science

Posted by in category: science

For my art meets science connoisseur friends.


The winners of this year’s “Art in Science” photo competition have been announced. See the winning entries in the gallery below.

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Nov 13, 2016

Semantic Scholar search engine is expanded into neuroscience

Posted by in categories: neuroscience, quantum physics, robotics/AI

Bio Intelligence-based search engine; coming soon. Building blocks if you think about it with the whole Synthetic DNA storage, connected cell circuitry to make buildings, machines, devices, etc. living. We needed quantum in the infrastructure to ensure things like bio-intelligence, autonomous machines, and connected super humans could eventually happen while reducing risks and threats. Now, we’re watching the ramp up of synthetic bio systems. Definitely exciting especially when we could see in our lifetime mobile devices no longer needed.


(Tech Xplore)—Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence is in the news with its smart search engine, Semantic Scholar.

Namely, they are expanding their intelligence-based service into neuroscience research.

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Nov 13, 2016

Bionic Eyes Are Coming, and They’ll Make Us Superhuman

Posted by in categories: cyborgs, transhumanism

In Brief:

  • Bionic eyes are already in development and could alleviate sight issues for hundreds of millions suffering from visual impairments or blindness.
  • The mechanical eyes could also provide enhanced sight so cybernetic humans could see more of the electromagnetic spectrum.

With an estimated 285 million people worldwide with visual impairment, many treatments and technological innovations have long been in development. The panacea of restoring sight to the blind is the stuff of sci-fi: the bionic eye.

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