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Mar 27, 2023

Engineering breakthrough in softbotics

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, health, robotics/AI, wearables

“Introducing the first soft material that can maintain a high enough electrical conductivity to support power hungry devices.” and self-healing.

The newest development in softbotics will have a transformative impact on robotics, electronics, and medicine. Carmel Majidi has engineered a soft material with metal-like conductivity and self-healing properties that, for the first time, can support power-hungry devices.

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Mar 27, 2023

An Update on the Yemeni FSO Safer Oil Tanker in the Red Sea

Posted by in categories: food, sustainability

An oil tanker abandoned and anchored in the Red Sea could produce an oil spill that would spread over the southern half of the body of water and block ports, close desalination plants, and produce a food and water crisis for the people of Yemen.

A UN rescue plan for the rusting tanker off Yemen’s coast has ballooned in cost to $129 million. So far money raised is $34 million short.

Mar 27, 2023

Air ‘gun’ could deliver vaccines and other medication painlessly

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Could a puff of air one day replace the needle in delivering medicines and vaccines? These scientists are working on it.

Mar 27, 2023

Dr. Annie Kritcher, Ph.D. — National Ignition Facility — LLNL — Tapping The Power Of The Stars

Posted by in categories: economics, engineering, military, nuclear energy, physics

Tapping The Power Of The Stars — Dr. Andrea Kritcher Ph.D., Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, U.S. Department of Energy.

Dr. Andrea (Annie) Kritcher, Ph.D. is a nuclear engineer and physicist who works at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory ( She is the design lead of the HYBRID-E capsule technology within Lawrence Livermore’s Inertial Confinement Fusion (ICF) program, and is a member of the ICF leadership team and lead designer for shot N210808, at their National Ignition Facility, a recent experiment that heralded a significant step towards a fusion break-even target. She was elected Fellow of the American Physical Society in 2022.

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Mar 27, 2023

Dark Black Core — Posthuman [Full Album] Dark Ambient

Posted by in category: futurism

You shall be as gods.

Ambient — All sounds created by myself.

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Mar 27, 2023

The Rise of the Alien Machines

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Cylinder Eight by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

Cylinder Five by Chris Zabriskie is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 license.

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Mar 27, 2023

Fermi Paradox: All Alien Civilizations Become Nanotechnological

Posted by in categories: alien life, existential risks, nanotechnology

An exploration in nanotechnology and how even as highly advanced as it could be, might show no technosignature or SETI detectable signal, thus if all alien civilizations convert to a nanotechnological existence, then this would solve the Fermi Paradox.

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Mar 27, 2023

GPT-4 Used To Create An Enthralling Star Trek: The Next Generation Game, See It In Action

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Updated 3 days ago.

What if the best Star Trek video game ever created is one that doesn’t have any graphics? That may sound crazy, but a recent Reddit user used GPT-4 to create an interactive text game based on Star Trek: The Next Generation. It’s the next best thing to using the holodeck for fans who just can’t wait for that next episode of Star Trek: Picard, and you can use their instructions to create your own awesome interactive adventure.

Mar 27, 2023

Nick Bostrom — What is the Far Far Future of Humans in the Universe?

Posted by in categories: robotics/AI, space

Consider humanity’s astounding progress in science during the past three hundred years. Now take a deep breath and project forward three billion years. Assuming humans survive, can we even conceive of what our progeny might be like? Will we colonize the galaxy, the universe?

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Mar 27, 2023

Quantum aspects of the brain-mind relationship: A hypothesis with supporting evidence

Posted by in categories: neuroscience, quantum physics


If all aspects of the mind-brain relationship were adequately explained by classical physics, then there would be no need to propose alternatives. But faced with possibly unresolvable puzzles like qualia and free will, other approaches are required. In alignment with a suggestion by Heisenberg in 1958, we propose a model whereby the world consists of two elements: Ontologically real Possibles that do not obey Aristotle’s law of the excluded middle, and ontologically real Actuals that do. Based on this view, which bears resemblance to von Neumann’s 1955 proposal (von Neumann, 1955), and more recently by Stapp and others (Stapp, 2007; Rosenblum and Kuttner, 2006), measurement that is registered by an observer’s mind converts Possibles into Actuals. This quantum-oriented approach raises the intriguing prospect that some aspects of mind may be quantum, and that mind may play an active role in the physical world. A body of empirical evidence supports these possibilities, strengthening our proposal that the mind-brain relationship may be partially quantum.

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