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i like dan winters physics , i have no knowledge of his history of earth ancestry, my one remote back that far i saw we did live alongside another intelligent life form that fits the description of draco, to me



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Hong Kong researchers store data in bacteria

The US' national archives occupy more than 500 miles (800 kilometres) of shelving; France's archives stretch for more than 100 miles of shelves, as do Britain's.

Yet a group of students at Hong Kong's Chinese University are making strides towards storing such vast amounts of information in an unexpected home: the E.coli bacterium better known as a potential source of serious food poisoning.

Biostorage -- the art of storing and encrypting information in living organisms -- is a young field, having existed for about a decade.

In 2007, a team at Japan's Keio University said they had successfully encoded the equation that represents Einstein's theory of relativity, E=MC2, in the DNA of a common soil bacterium.

They pointed out that because bacteria constantly reproduce, a group of the single-celled organisms could store a piece of information for thousands of years.

But the Hong Kong researchers have leapt beyond this early step, developing methods to store more complex data and starting to overcome practical problems which have lent weight to sceptics who see the method as science fiction.

The group has developed a method of compressing data, splitting it into chunks and distributing it between different bacterial cells, which helps to overcome limits on storage capacity. They are also able to "map" the DNA so information can be easily located.

This opens up the way to storing not only text, but images, music, and even video within cells.

As a storage method it is extremely compact -- because each cell is minuscule, the group says that one gram of bacteria could store the same amount of information as 450 2,000 gigabyte hard disks.
 Quoting: Science

[link to www.physorg.com]

i am uncertain if this fits the topic in my mind but it is interesting
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Hong Kong researchers store data in bacteria

The US' national archives occupy more than 500 miles (800 kilometres) of shelving; France's archives stretch for more than 100 miles of shelves, as do Britain's.

Yet a group of students at Hong Kong's Chinese University are making strides towards storing such vast amounts of information in an unexpected home: the E.coli bacterium better known as a potential source of serious food poisoning.

Biostorage -- the art of storing and encrypting information in living organisms -- is a young field, having existed for about a decade.

In 2007, a team at Japan's Keio University said they had successfully encoded the equation that represents Einstein's theory of relativity, E=MC2, in the DNA of a common soil bacterium.

They pointed out that because bacteria constantly reproduce, a group of the single-celled organisms could store a piece of information for thousands of years.

But the Hong Kong researchers have leapt beyond this early step, developing methods to store more complex data and starting to overcome practical problems which have lent weight to sceptics who see the method as science fiction.

The group has developed a method of compressing data, splitting it into chunks and distributing it between different bacterial cells, which helps to overcome limits on storage capacity. They are also able to "map" the DNA so information can be easily located.

This opens up the way to storing not only text, but images, music, and even video within cells.

As a storage method it is extremely compact -- because each cell is minuscule, the group says that one gram of bacteria could store the same amount of information as 450 2,000 gigabyte hard disks.
[link to www.physorg.com]

i am uncertain if this fits the topic in my mind but it is interesting
 Quoting: aether 1187276

Hmmm, now wouldn't it be ironic if what we really are is simply somethings ancient data storage system that evolved beyond its original purpose after being abandoned.
As his vision slowly cleared, the traveler came to the startling realization that he had been sitting by the side of the road, repeatedly hitting himself in the head with his walking staff. He had in fact been doing this for a quarter of a century.

Shaking his head at his own folly, he dusted himself off, set his gaze upon the road up the mountain and once more set off upon his journey.
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Hmmm, now wouldn't it be ironic if what we really are is simply somethings ancient data storage system that evolved beyond its original purpose after being abandoned.
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lol i imagine it would khalen
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What exactly does that laser demo have to do with marko rodin?
What a load of horseshit
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What exactly does that laser demo have to do with marko rodin?
What a load of horseshit
 Quoting: ac


what you are seeing is rapid prototyping laser tech.

Rapid prototyping is the automatic construction of physical objects using additive manufacturing technology.
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Additive manufacturing (AM) is defined by ASTM as the "process of joining materials to make objects from 3D model data, usually layer upon layer, as opposed to subtractive manufacturing methodologies
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

the maths rodin uses supports the formation of geometry that it`s self forms intelligence within it`s structure as in "technology" that is structured clever enough to form what you wish it to form
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Both quite interesting little articles hf

[link to www.cbc.ca]

"...Information encrypted using quantum physics could soon be transmitted over long-distance networks, thanks to a discovery by Alberta physicists.

For the first time, information coded in light using a quantum physics phenomenon called entanglement was successfully stored and retrieved from a crystal, researchers at the University of Calgary and the University of Paderborn in Germany reported Wednesday in the science journal Nature..."


[link to www.cbc.ca]

"...University of Toronto researchers have observed quantum mechanics, an endeavour usually reserved for the high-energy physics lab, working in the biological molecules that algae use to make food out of light.

They were able to determine that quantum mechanics is at work in the molecules of photosynthesis through a process called femtosecond laser spectroscopy, which uses very short pulses of light to probe molecules.

"While three laser beams go into the sample, four come out, essentially, and that fourth one carries with it a lot of information. It tells us what the quantum system looked like as a function of time after we put light in there," said Scholes.

The light from the different molecules also creates interference patterns, like ripples of water from two stones thrown into a still pond, only instead of water waves, they're quantum waves...."
:gsfhibiscus: ...Where there's a Will...

"...go back to sleep you yellow bellied freaks, afraid of God AND Modern Science..." ~ Wintersleep ~
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Oh, aether, I love-love this (now personally pinned) thread, and I'm only up to pg. 2. Lol, so far it's like going to an awesome Science Fair...so many different things to see and learn!

hf LOVE IT! Thank you!
Post 7/11/10--

"We just walked right through all the stones, all the bottles, and whatever they threw. We have won a major Victory."

[link to www.youtube.com]
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For what it's worth, I had been told in a 'vision' that Gamma Rays are going to be the catalyst that 'changes' us...
 Quoting: SickScent

afro
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For what it's worth, I had been told in a 'vision' that Gamma Rays are going to be the catalyst that 'changes' us...

afro
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headbang
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For what it's worth, I had been told in a 'vision' that Gamma Rays are going to be the catalyst that 'changes' us...

afro


headbang
 Quoting: SickScent



cool2 Yup, this is the word on the street, from the underground.

Seein' how we've mastered fire and all, we should be ready for THIS--


[link to www.techmagdaily.com]



--don't ya think? hf

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Post 7/11/10--

"We just walked right through all the stones, all the bottles, and whatever they threw. We have won a major Victory."

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Hi psemeni, this is the feedback i received i as read your posts

topical

Foxes Use Earth's Magnetic Field To Hunt Prey, Scientists Say

Foxes seem to use the Earth’s magnetic field to track down their prey, apparently the only animal to use the field to judge distance as well as direction. A pair of researchers in the U.S. and Germany believe foxes have an innate augmented reality system allowing them to accomplish this

Many animals use the magnetic field to sense direction — the brains of birds, fish, humans and other creatures contain magnetite crystals, which help with navigation. Birds and amphibians have a second light-dependent navigation sense, and researchers think it might provide a “spherical coordinate system” that produces a pattern of light intensity superimposed on their surroundings, like an augmented reality system.
 Quoting: Science 13th Jan 2011

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talking on skype about the fox video and listening to others experiences of observing foxes do that and other animals do the same or similar, they prompted the consideration that now we are thinking differently, we are looking for different causes of effects we experience/observe

the good news is, having explored all other permutations, the invisible causes of visible effects are all that is left to discover
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Both quite interesting little articles hf

[link to www.cbc.ca]

"...Information encrypted using quantum physics could soon be transmitted over long-distance networks, thanks to a discovery by Alberta physicists.

For the first time, information coded in light using a quantum physics phenomenon called entanglement was successfully stored and retrieved from a crystal, researchers at the University of Calgary and the University of Paderborn in Germany reported Wednesday in the science journal Nature..."


[link to www.cbc.ca]

"...University of Toronto researchers have observed quantum mechanics, an endeavour usually reserved for the high-energy physics lab, working in the biological molecules that algae use to make food out of light.

They were able to determine that quantum mechanics is at work in the molecules of photosynthesis through a process called femtosecond laser spectroscopy, which uses very short pulses of light to probe molecules.

"While three laser beams go into the sample, four come out, essentially, and that fourth one carries with it a lot of information. It tells us what the quantum system looked like as a function of time after we put light in there," said Scholes.

The light from the different molecules also creates interference patterns, like ripples of water from two stones thrown into a still pond, only instead of water waves, they're quantum waves...."
 Quoting: ~*~gsf~*~

That part of the statement in bold is something that I keep running across in this subject. I believe that it, like the still pond it speaks of, runs much deeper than is immediately apparent. Perhaps something along the lines of..

The interaction of Interference patterns created by quantum vibration form potential complexity and diversity in manifesting elemental structures.
As his vision slowly cleared, the traveler came to the startling realization that he had been sitting by the side of the road, repeatedly hitting himself in the head with his walking staff. He had in fact been doing this for a quarter of a century.

Shaking his head at his own folly, he dusted himself off, set his gaze upon the road up the mountain and once more set off upon his journey.
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The light from the different molecules also creates interference patterns, like ripples of water from two stones thrown into a still pond, only instead of water waves, they're quantum waves...."

That part of the statement in bold is something that I keep running across in this subject. I believe that it, like the still pond it speaks of, runs much deeper than is immediately apparent. Perhaps something along the lines of..

The interaction of Interference patterns created by quantum vibration form potential complexity and diversity in manifesting elemental structures.
 Quoting: Khalen


We're getting close to being able to model the multiple-wave interaction sets.

They use the technique to detect dark matter (galaxies) in this experiment.

[link to www.physorg.com]
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Both quite interesting little articles hf

[link to www.cbc.ca]

"...Information encrypted using quantum physics could soon be transmitted over long-distance networks, thanks to a discovery by Alberta physicists.

For the first time, information coded in light using a quantum physics phenomenon called entanglement was successfully stored and retrieved from a crystal, researchers at the University of Calgary and the University of Paderborn in Germany reported Wednesday in the science journal Nature..."


[link to www.cbc.ca]

"...University of Toronto researchers have observed quantum mechanics, an endeavour usually reserved for the high-energy physics lab, working in the biological molecules that algae use to make food out of light.

They were able to determine that quantum mechanics is at work in the molecules of photosynthesis through a process called femtosecond laser spectroscopy, which uses very short pulses of light to probe molecules.

"While three laser beams go into the sample, four come out, essentially, and that fourth one carries with it a lot of information. It tells us what the quantum system looked like as a function of time after we put light in there," said Scholes.

The light from the different molecules also creates interference patterns, like ripples of water from two stones thrown into a still pond, only instead of water waves, they're quantum waves...."

That part of the statement in bold is something that I keep running across in this subject. I believe that it, like the still pond it speaks of, runs much deeper than is immediately apparent. Perhaps something along the lines of..

The interaction of Interference patterns created by quantum vibration form potential complexity and diversity in manifesting elemental structures.
 Quoting: Khalen

Yes, it seems to be reoccurring in this subject as well as other places. As is the 'total simplicity contained within extreme complexity' theme (for me at least lol)

hf
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# # # And Knowledge Shall Be Increased # # #

 Quoting: Life and Love


from horse and cart to the large hadron collider and voyager 1 reaching our suns heliosphere in 100 years following thousands of years of, by comparison, little expression of our imagination
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Yes, it seems to be reoccurring in this subject as well as other places. As is the 'total simplicity contained within extreme complexity' theme (for me at least lol)
 Quoting: GSF


because all things manifest outwards and all information is coming at us

before this time our imagination always intuitively knew this but it was not our time to know how or why

talking on skype about the fox video and listening to others experiences of observing foxes do that and other animals do the same or similar, they prompted the consideration that now we are thinking differently, we are looking for different causes of effects we experience/observe

the good news is, having explored all other permutations, the invisible causes of visible effects are all that is left to discover
 Quoting: aether


i imagine
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talking on skype about the fox video and listening to others experiences of observing foxes do that and other animals do the same or similar, they prompted the consideration that now we are thinking differently, we are looking for different causes of effects we experience/observe

the good news is, having explored all other permutations, the invisible causes of visible effects are all that is left to discover
 Quoting: aether 1187276



A Fortune Cookie proverb just hauled itself on down the pike, aether... hf just for you--


Change the state of light and the invisible becomes visible.


( blink blink ... redface f'n Fortune Cookie proverbs make the seemingly impossible appear effortless, lolz)


Anyway, the foxeses. Love 'em. Interesting animal spirit to work with; stealth and intelligent. Even though they're ferrel, they're understandable. Quick.

Have you ever been "cased" by a fox? Harhar, this happened to my roomate and I about a month ago. We had been hiking in the mountain, returned to the car, and there was this beautiful fox there. A very curious fox, there.

He certainly kept a concerted perimeter that he by slivers of space began reducing to come closer to us. No charging, like a bull. No posturing, like a bear. No flat out, 'I'm going to mess your ass all up', of the cougar. Just this systematic whittling down of space, piercing eyes-on at all times.

It wasn't aggressive, as in growling or snarling...but that "casing" prance of the fox can be f'n unnerving. And ya can't run; you're screwed if you run.

Ahhh...lol, fun with Mother Nature and good times on the Big Bluesy Marble, eh? hf


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Yes, it seems to be reoccurring in this subject as well as other places. As is the 'total simplicity contained within extreme complexity' theme (for me at least lol)

because all things manifest outwards and all information is coming at us

before this time our imagination always intuitively knew this but it was not our time to know how or why

talking on skype about the fox video and listening to others experiences of observing foxes do that and other animals do the same or similar, they prompted the consideration that now we are thinking differently, we are looking for different causes of effects we experience/observe

the good news is, having explored all other permutations, the invisible causes of visible effects are all that is left to discover

i imagine
 Quoting: aether 1187276

I will think about that aether...
:gsfhibiscus: ...Where there's a Will...

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Interesting article about 'fear' hf

[link to www.metrolic.com]

"...The scientists have been amazed by a 44 old women who can not experience fear. They were surprised by the fact that they could not scare her, despite all of their attempts, but in the same time they were satisfied by the fact that they managed to find out the precise location where fear is located in the brain..."
:gsfhibiscus: ...Where there's a Will...

"...go back to sleep you yellow bellied freaks, afraid of God AND Modern Science..." ~ Wintersleep ~
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Interesting article about 'fear'
 Quoting: GSF


we are becoming aware we have not altered

The underlying premise of The Graphics of Bilzingsleben is that there has been no change whatsoever in human cognitive ability for at least 400,000 years. This statement is quite easily extended back at least 1.4 to 1.8 million years, and, in fact, to whatever point in time we choose to assign the first appearance of the genus Homo.
 Quoting: science


we know every culture remembers living in no fear

A global myth declares that the world has not always been as it is experienced now. In a former time, man lived in a kind of paradise, close to the gods. It was the Golden Age. Throughout an eternal spring, the earth produced abundantly, free from the seasonal cycles of decay and rebirth. And under this remarkable cosmic order, man experienced neither war nor sickness, neither hunger nor any requirement of human labor.

This recurring and unexplained myth was carried into modern times by primitive races the world over
 Quoting: history


we know our environment changed

"Behold, I, even I am bringing the flood of water upon the earth, to destroy all flesh in which is the breath of life, from under heaven; everything that is on the earth shall perish.
 Quoting: Genesis 6:17


we are becoming aware our environment is a

self organising, intelligent, creative, learning, interactive, participatory, evolving , quantum system
 Quoting: science


we are becoming aware that we form our identity and all we know from our environment

we form our identity from the non-local field of information

quantum nonlocality is the basis from which self-organizing cosmological processes have produced the common phenomenon of perception in living organisms.
 Quoting: science


awareness of our still new to us environment will manifest, at some time, no fear within us synchronized to no fear in all things outside of us

i imagine
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A Fortune Cookie proverb just hauled itself on down the pike, aether... just for you--


Change the state of light and the invisible becomes visible.
 Quoting: Psemeni


within the first month of the year 2011 humanities globalized information network became aware our environment is changing in a manner not experienced in keeping with any reliable history information within our possession

humanity began stopping being driven by what it knew and proceeded to be led by what it discovered
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A Fortune Cookie proverb just hauled itself on down the pike, aether... just for you--


Change the state of light and the invisible becomes visible.

within the first month of the year 2011 humanities globalized information network became aware our environment is changing in a manner not experienced in keeping with any reliable history information within our possession

humanity began stopping being driven by what it knew and proceeded to be led by what it discovered
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Ah and would that not be an interesting and wonderful turn of events.
As his vision slowly cleared, the traveler came to the startling realization that he had been sitting by the side of the road, repeatedly hitting himself in the head with his walking staff. He had in fact been doing this for a quarter of a century.

Shaking his head at his own folly, he dusted himself off, set his gaze upon the road up the mountain and once more set off upon his journey.
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know it backwards cool2

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Change the state of light and the invisible becomes visible.
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i get that today

the altering state of our sun enables us to see things we never saw before

it`s about our sun and us
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