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Old 2013-07-19, 18:31   Link #2101
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‘Superman’ crystal memory could outlast civilization:

"Using nanostructured glass, scientists at the University of Southampton in the UK
have, for the first time, experimentally demonstrated the recording and retrieval
processes of five dimensional digital data by femtosecond laser writing.

The storage allows unprecedented parameters including 360 TB/disc data capacity,
thermal stability up to 1000°C and practically unlimited lifetime.

The memory crystal is an incredibly advanced form of computer memory.

It can store digital information across five dimensions: the three dimensions of space,
and two extra dimensions (polarization and intensity) facilitated by crystal lattice."

See:

http://www.zdnet.com/superman-crysta...on-7000018310/
So future archaeologists will be able to find our porn. I wonder what conclusion they'll draw?
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Old 2013-07-19, 19:54   Link #2102
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That our mating rituals were rather odd, much like we do when we find what could be similar things from pre-historic cultures.

There was a humor book about an archiological dug into a preserved motel from the 20th century I saw years and years ago. "Motel of the Mysteries"
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Old 2013-07-20, 07:27   Link #2103
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So future archaeologists will be able to find our porn. I wonder what conclusion they'll draw?
They might find the media but without the means to read it, it is useless to them.

When one day after humans go extinct and aliens discover earth, they might well conclude our technology development stopped at the stone ages, since carvings into stone survive a lot better than magnetic disk or plastic CD/DVDs
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Old 2013-07-20, 08:56   Link #2104
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That our mating rituals were rather odd, much like we do when we find what could be similar things from pre-historic cultures.
"Our ancestors worshiped squids and octopuses as symbols of fertility"?

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They might find the media but without the means to read it, it is useless to them.
If the raw data is preserved, it wouldn't be too hard to decode at least the texts.

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When one day after humans go extinct and aliens discover earth, they might well conclude our technology development stopped at the stone ages, since carvings into stone survive a lot better than magnetic disk or plastic CD/DVDs
Stone age with nuclear reactors and advanced metallurgy?
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Old 2013-07-23, 12:06   Link #2105
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Swedish researchers create ‘an impossible material’ by mistake
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Old 2013-07-23, 12:57   Link #2106
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A New Kind of Microchip Mimics the Human Brain in Real Time:

"A team of scientists in Switzerland has managed to cram 11,011 electrodes onto a
single two-millimeter-by-two-millimeter piece of silicon to create a microchip that
works just like an actual brain. The best part about this so-called neuromorphic chips?
They can feel.

Don't over interpret the word "feel" though. The brain-like microchips built by scientists
at the University of Zurich and ETH Zurich are not a sentient beings, but they can carry
out complex sensorimoter tasks that show off the network's cognitive abilities. And
what's more impressive is that all of this happens in real time. Previous brain-like
computer systems have been slower and larger, whereas the Swiss system is
comparable to an actual brain in both speed and size. That's exactly what the team
was trying to do. "Our goal is to emulate the properties of biological neurons and
synapses directly on microchips," says University of Zurich professor Giacomo Indiveri."

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http://gizmodo.com/a-new-kind-of-mic...real-872326444
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Old 2013-07-23, 13:29   Link #2107
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I wonder how you write programs for that.
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Old 2013-07-23, 14:06   Link #2108
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Waves recorded at 500 feet deep sinkhole in Louisiana
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Old 2013-07-23, 14:21   Link #2109
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get the military on alert something is trying to come up.
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Old 2013-07-24, 12:10   Link #2110
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Boffins flip optics to make booster-free superfast fibre:

"A group of researchers led by a Monash Univeristy PhD student has demonstrated an
all-optical technique for dealing with nonlinearity – something that considerably boosts
the throughput of an optical system.

The demonstration is important for two reasons. One is that fibre optic cables used to
transport signals over long distances need occasional boosters. As you'll read below,
this demonstration renders those unnecessary, a boon for network operators. The
second is speed. At 1.8 1.8 Tbps on a single fibre path, this technology has the
potential to upgrade even modest extant fibre systems (that typically have many such
paths) to hundreds of terabits per second."

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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07...ry_throughput/
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Old 2013-07-24, 21:52   Link #2111
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Smaller, paler Earth unveiled in new NASA photo
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/...96M00920130723

Return of long-absent bumblebee near Seattle stirs scientific buzz
http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/...96I0H220130719
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Old 2013-07-25, 12:06   Link #2112
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Unmanned aircraft carrier that travels beneath the waves may be in the Navy's future:

"Imagine a big unmanned submarine designed to operate covertly for long periods,
lurking silently off an enemy's shore. At a command from military leaders, this
submersible mothership ejects pods that float to the surface and launch surveillance
unmanned aircraft in all directions. At the same time, small unmanned underwater
vehicles (UUVs) deploy from docks hidden in the big submarine's belly on secret
reconnaissance missions of the enemy's submarine forces, shipping activity, and
overall maritime readiness.

This is the vision of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and
its upcoming Hydra program to design an unmanned submarine mothership able to
deploy unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), UUVs, and perhaps even unmanned surface
vessels (USVs) for secret intelligence missions off sensitive coasts."

See:

http://www.militaryaerospace.com/blo...-s-future.html

and:

http://www.militaryaerospace.com/art...othership.html
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Old 2013-07-25, 13:50   Link #2113
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I sort of designed a submersible aircraft carrier years ago.
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Old 2013-07-26, 04:01   Link #2114
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NASA begins to develop an aircraft that can travel beyond the speed of light
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Old 2013-07-26, 12:39   Link #2115
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Bill Gates' nuclear firm plans hot, salty push into power:

And a royalty payment from every home

"The nuclear power firm being hailed by Bill Gates as the answer to mankind's future
energy needs is planning a proprietary approach to an old atomic idea to further its
global ambitions.

TerraPower is an offshoot of patent holding company Intellectual Ventures, which was
co-founded by former 14-year Microsoftie Nathan Myhrvold. It was showcased by Bill
Gates at TED in 2010 and the main area the firm is working on is a traveling-wave
reactor (TWR).

A TWR mostly burns depleted uranium fuel, which is stacked in a long candle-like
column and then ignited with a cap of enriched uranium. Such a fission reactor would
take 50-100 years to burn itself down, with virtually no maintenance required or spent
fuel to dispose of, and proposed power plants could produce 300MWe and 1,000MWe
cheaply and simply."

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http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/07...sh_into_power/
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Old 2013-07-26, 12:47   Link #2116
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Fake memory implanted in mice with a beam of light:

"If you’ve ever been frustrated by erratic memories, spare a thought for the mice involved in a
study published in the journal Science. Researchers have been able to consistently create a “false
memory,” making a mouse fearful of a place it has no reason to fear. The memory was implanted
by shining blue light into the mouse’s brain, which triggered a carefully chosen group of neurons."

See:

http://arstechnica.com/science/2013/...beam-of-light/



I guess orbiting mind-control lasers are next.
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Old 2013-07-26, 14:12   Link #2117
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Fake memory implanted in mice with a beam of light:[/url]

I guess orbiting mind-control lasers are next.
Fake memories via light? More like state-issued neurolizers are next.
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Old 2013-07-26, 17:13   Link #2118
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Total Recall.
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Old 2013-07-26, 17:34   Link #2119
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Team examining Gulf shipwreck finds 2 other wrecks
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...07-26-03-12-53

Mysterious giant magnet attracts rock-star status
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...07-26-18-24-22
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Old 2013-07-26, 22:37   Link #2120
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Fake memories via light? More like state-issued neurolizers are next.
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