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Mar 29, 2023

A Scientist Says Time Travel Is Possible With Ring Lasers

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So, just find some of those.

Mar 29, 2023

The Twilight Zone 1986 01 24 RV1 S01 E15b A Small Talent for War

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Twilight Zone 80’s — 1×37 — A Small Talent for War When an alien visitor tells delegates at the United Nations that humanity will be exterminated because it has a. Twilight Zone 80’s.

When an alien visitor tells delegates at the United Nations that humanity will be exterminated because it has “a small talent for war,” the countries of the world struggle to forge a disarmament.

Mar 29, 2023

The Twilight Zone (Classic): Time Enough At Last — There Was Time Now

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Anti-social bookworm Henry Bemis (Burgess Meredith) suffers a cruel twist of fate as he finds himself in a nuclear wasteland without his reading glasses. Check back each Thursday for more Twilight Zone Classic videos. Stream The Twilight Zone on CBS All Access.

Mar 29, 2023

Open the Pod bay doors, please, HAL

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“I know you and Frank were planning to disconnect me, and that is something I cannot allow to happen.”

Alright, HAL, I’ll go in through the emergency airlock.

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Mar 29, 2023

Bruce Willis, FTD, and a Potential Breakthrough Dementia Treatment

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics, neuroscience

The actor Bruce Willis was diagnosed with aphasia in April 2022—updated in February 2023 to frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Now, a major advancement is helping develop new treatments for some people with motor neuron diseases, including FTD and ALS, possibly including a nasal spray that could help prevent the genetic disease.

Mar 29, 2023

NVIDIA Reveals REVOLUTIONARY AI — Better Than GPT-4 And Midjourney V5

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I dunno if anyone has seen this. As a former Linux user, I’ve been an Nvidia fan for a long time and now they’ve gone on from games and Bitcoin mining. Sorry if this is a double post. I’m on my way out the door for my mom’s Dr appointment. I always worry I’ll double post by accident.

NVIDIA’s Jensen Huang just announced a set of revolutionary new Artificial Intelligence Models and Partnerships at GTC 2023. NVIDIA has always been one of, if not the most important company in the AI Industry by creating the most powerful AI hardware to date. Among them the A100 and future H100 GPU’s which are powering GPT-4 from OpenAI, Midjourney and everyone else. This gives them a lot of power to jump into the AI race themselves and allows them to surpass and beat the currently best AI models from Large Language Models and Image Generation with software like Omniverse and Hardware like the DGX H100 Supercomputer and Grace CPU’s.

00:00 NVIDIA enters the AI Industry.
01:43 GTC 2023 Announcements.
04:48 How NVIDIA Beat Every Competitor at AI
07:40 Running High End AI Locally.
10:20 What is NVIDIA’s Future?
13:05 Accelerating Future.

Technology is improving at an almost exponential rate. Robots are learning to walk & think, Brain Computer Interfaces are becoming commonplace, new Biotechnology is allowing for age reversal and Artificial Intelligence is starting to surpass humans in many areas. Follow FutureNET to always be up to date on what is happening in the world of Futuristic Technology and Documentaries about humanities past achievements.

#nvidia #ai #gtc

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Mar 29, 2023

10 Sci-Fi Movies That Were Way Too Complicated

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Seriously, can somebody please explain just what the heck is going on here?

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Mar 29, 2023

A Controversial Rocket Technology Could Challenge a Basic Law of Physics

Posted by in categories: energy, quantum physics, satellites

Some of the more well-known examples include retrievable and reusable rockets, retrieval at sea, mid-air retrieval, single-stage-to-orbit (SSTO) rockets, and kinetic launch systems.

In addition, there are also efforts to develop propulsion systems that do not rely on conventional propellants. This technology offers many advantages, including lower mass and improved energy efficiency, ultimately lowering costs.

On June 10, 2023, an all-electrical propulsion system for satellites (the IVO Quantum Drive) will fly to space for the first time. The system was built by North Dakota-based wireless power company IVO, Ltd. and will serve as a testbed for an alternative theory of inertia that could have applications for propulsion.

Mar 29, 2023

Direct observation of a superconducting vortex diode Communications

Posted by in category: computing

A nonreciprocal critical current is known as the superconducting diode effect (SDE). Here, the authors use SQUID-on-tip to study SDE in a EuS/Nb bilayer and find that the stray field from magnetized EuS creates screening currents in the Nb, which lead to SDE by affecting vortex flow dynamics.

Mar 29, 2023

A robust quantum memory that stores information in a trapped-ion quantum network

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics, quantum physics, space

Researchers at University of Oxford have recently created a quantum memory within a trapped-ion quantum network node. Their unique memory design, introduced in a paper in Physical Review Letters, has been found to be extremely robust, meaning that it could store information for long periods of time despite ongoing network activity.

“We are building a network of quantum computers, which use trapped ions to store and process quantum information,” Peter Drmota, one of the researchers who carried out the study, told “To connect quantum processing devices, we use emitted from a single atomic ion and utilize between this ion and the photons.”

Trapped ions, charged atomic particles that are confined in space using , are a commonly used platform for realizing quantum computations. Photons (i.e., the particles of light), on the other hand, are generally used to transmit quantum information between distant nodes. Drmota and his colleagues have been exploring the possibility of combining trapped ions with photons, to create more powerful quantum technologies.

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