Topics and developments in science and medicine, presented by Futurism.
The Paradox of Time Travel May Have Been Solved by an Undergrad
This article was originally published in the author’s paid Newsletter, Curious Life. Raise your hand if you’ve ever wondered what your life’s purpose is. Yeah, me too. Humans have wondered for millennia. Probably since the moment we gazed at the stars and felt connected to something bigger than us. The debate about fate has similarly philosophized throughout time.
Beliefs Got Nothing To Do With It
I’m not one of those people that gets super pissed every time some ignoramus spouts off about how global warming is a hoax, or the earth is only 6000 years old, or any other such silly thing. In my view, there always has been, and always will be, a subset of people who simply lack the capacity or the desire or the intelligence or whatever it is, to comprehend and/or accept basic facts about the universe and the world we live in. I simply acknowledge that and move on, I most definitely am not out pounding the pavement, evangelizing for the scientific worldview, no matter how many science journals or science based media outlets tell me I should be.
What is Theory of Everything?
Theory of All (TOE) is a conceptual framework for describing all known physical phenomena in the universe. Researchers have been searching for a model since the invention of quantum machines and Albert Einstein's theory of relativity in the early 20th century. It is the ultimate 1-point concept, the ultimate concept or theory of the world, master theory, philosophical speculation, oneness, the all-encompassing, coherent physics that defines and integrates all the physical aspects of the universe.
Link Between Human Mind And Quantum Mechanics
It is better to turn to the complex experimental reality of invisible computer theory than to discover the neural integration of quantum processes in the brain. Switching to the quantum definition should take place in quantum concepts in principle to maintain the logical harmony and coherence used to connect the visual body image of the subject and its dissemination of information. The physical condition of the brain arose from a multitude of unimaginable possibilities, from a possible combination of release and release from one sensory center to another, questioning the quantum laws of specific effects and the earth-linked mechanisms described in the observer/participant stream.
Can Science Defeat Death?
Earlier this year, a Chinese clinical trial included small neurons from embryonic human cells in the brain of Parkinson's patients. The pill is expected to be available in 5 to 12 years and can help fight aging, a process developed and researched in the science of analytics.
Book: Philosophy of Life Instinct: Chapter 1: The Metaphysical Context
Perspective gives understanding. Detachment gives calmness. Oneness gives compassion. Together, it is wisdom. Metaphysical thought gives us this perspective, detachment and sense of oneness.
Can humans become Immortal?
Best selling author Haruki Murakami famously quotes that “Death is not the opposite of life, but part of it” Death is an eventuality for any living organism. If the predators, diseases or the elements of nature don't get to you, then senescence will surely do. "Senescence" is the fancy term for the gradual deterioration of normal function. At some point, the deterioration is so significant that your body can no more nullify the external effects finally resulting in ailments and death
Anti-Science/Scientist Propaganda Continues to Grow
From the early days of the pandemic anti-science rhetoric has flooded the airwaves and webosphere. For the most part I have ignored the ugliness and remained on the sidelines, content in the belief that the vast majority of Americans recognized this stuff for what it was, complete and total bunk, motivated by fear and political inclinations more than genuine belief. However, as the pandemic has grinded on and on, the anti science rhetoric has continued to grow, and the level of sophistication of the arguments proffered by those with an anti-science/scientist agenda has grown along with it. When my dad (a retired engineer) began texting myself and my wife, both research scientists who have and are continuing to work on Covid-19 related projects (myself in diagnostics mostly and she in vaccine development), with wild conspiracy theory tinged messages I realized I could no longer sit this one out.
The search for distant moons
In 1655, Christiaan Huygens pointed a self-constructed telescope at Saturn. The Dutch astronomer wanted to verify his assumption that the planet was surrounded by a single fixed ring whose orientation changed over the years. In the process, Huygens discovered the giant moon, Titan. Henceforth, Saturn was the third planet, along with Earth and Jupiter, of which a satellite was known. Today we know: Moons are even more common in our solar system than planets.
10 Scientists and their works in Science Fields.
Here we are with the 10 Scientists and their some Discoveries and Inventions! 1) ALBERT EINSTEIN: (Theorotical Physicist) Image: Wikipedia
For centuries this question has fascinated scientists, philosophers, and scientists alike. Much of the ancient Greek philosophy had to do with the idea of eternity, and the concept of time was still relevant to the world's religions and cultures. Over the years, physicists and philosophers have explored the various solutions to the grandfather's controversy.
Moore's Law Is Dying
Transistors on integrated circuits have been doubling every year since the 1970s in a historical trend known as Moore’s law. It's been amazing so far, and in some ways, it has allowed civilization to progress at a pace not previously imaginable. However, there are several reasons why it won't last. “Well, first of all, in about ten years or so, we will see the collapse of Moore’s law. In fact already we see a slowing down of Moore’s law. Computer power simply cannot maintain its rapid exponential rise using standard silicon technology. Intel Corporation has admitted this” (Kaku). We’re reaching the limits of what electrons can do, and that is not going to change.