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In the midst of a big move actually, to another state.

Did you see the new GLP motto? "What we dot investigate isnt worth knowing".

Where was that thinking back when BS1 was on fire?
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In the midst of a big move actually, to another state.

Did you see the new GLP motto? "What we dot investigate isnt worth knowing".

Where was that thinking back when BS1 was on fire?
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It took a long to transit to that motto. R.I.P Kent
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This old thread just keeps chugging along.

I bet I left a few embarrassing posts on it over the years.

I still haven't figured it out.

I'm a French submarine.

C'est vrai.
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Back from 2005.

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In the midst of a big move actually, to another state.

Did you see the new GLP motto? "What we dot investigate isnt worth knowing".

Where was that thinking back when BS1 was on fire?
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its been there for MONTHS now...since Trinity ran a thread looking for new ideas.
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They won't put it in our local paper, but the Regional District (I guess it would be Municipality or something in the US) paid $40K to change our pedestrian crossing lines on the road to rainbow colours. It took all of a week before the good old boys around here just painted them over in white...BMUP!
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silencing yourself and living in the dark just means you've left yourself exposed to the type of people who wander the dark looking for victims who won't scream. TlvmmCpoft

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Finally found the "Me tel u"...
Have gotten tangled up reading the multitude of Aco posts and lost down memory lane. This may take a while, lol.

Lance, had no idea you have been around for so long... so few remember Kent these days.
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Finally found the "Me tel u"...
Have gotten tangled up reading the multitude of Aco posts and lost down memory lane. This may take a while, lol.

Lance, had no idea you have been around for so long... so few remember Kent these days.
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I have...I doxxed myself because I posted a thread about my family and then felt bad about saying my (now) ex-wife was Diane in it...so I just use my real name now. I no longer care. Cheerio!
The Great Awakening is colour blind and shall NOT be Localized...lance

silencing yourself and living in the dark just means you've left yourself exposed to the type of people who wander the dark looking for victims who won't scream. TlvmmCpoft

Something Shakespeare never said was 'you've got to be kidding' R.Hitchcok

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Part of the answer is synthetic biology: using cutting-edge genetic technology to build organisms that evolution never did. Synthetic biology has already had some successes, such as turning yeasts into tiny chemical factories and giving cotton the qualities of synthetic fibres.

At CSIRO, we have already used synthetic biology to produce energy-rich feed for livestock. Our scientists have “switched on” high oil production in the stems and leaves of plants, which could potentially triple the amount of oil they produce.

But these examples are just the beginning.

What is synthetic biology?
Synthetic biology applies engineering theory to biological systems. It relies on a standard kit of biological “parts” such as genes that can be combined to generate complex subcellular machines, circuitry, devices and even whole cells and complex engineered organisms.

This means cells and other biological systems can be designed like electrical circuit boards. Methods that have been successful in other areas of engineering – such as design-build-test-learn cycles, robotic assembly systems and using artificial intelligence algorithms to extract meaning from large data sets – can now be used on life itself to rapidly improve engineered organisms.

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Scientists at the University of Groningen have constructed synthetic vesicles in which ATP, the main energy carrier in living cells, is produced. The vesicles use the ATP to maintain their volume and their ionic strength homeostasis. This metabolic network will eventually be used in the creation of synthetic cells -- but it can already be used to study ATP-dependent processes. The researchers described the synthetic system in an article that was published in Nature Communications on 18 September.

'Our aim is the bottom-up construction of a synthetic cell that can sustain itself and that can grow and divide,' explains University of Groningen Professor of Biochemistry Bert Poolman. He is part of a Dutch consortium that obtained a Gravitation grant in 2017 from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research to realize this ambition. Different groups of scientists are producing different modules for the cell and Poolman's group was tasked with energy production.




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Humans, one day, may be able to produce their own electrical energy in the same way electric eels do, according to a research team based in Japan. It's the ultimate goal that begins with understanding precisely how tiny "motors" inside bacteria maintain biological balance.

The researchers specifically focused on a rotational motor dubbed V1 that functions as part of a pump that moves sodium ions across the membrane as a part of healthy cellular processes. They published their results in Journal of Biological Chemistry online on Sept. 13 and in the print edition on Nov. 8.

"Energy conversion efficiency of rotary molecular motor is much higher than that of human-made motors," said Ryota Iino, paper author and researcher with the Institute for Molecular Science of the National Institutes of Natural Sciences and the Department of Functional Molecular Science in the School of Physical Sciences at the Graduate University for Advanced Studies. "And energy conversion by rotary molecular motor is reversible. If we completely understand the mechanism, it will lead to the realization of highly efficient, human-made motors in the future."


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They won't put it in our local paper, but the Regional District (I guess it would be Municipality or something in the US) paid $40K to change our pedestrian crossing lines on the road to rainbow colours. It took all of a week before the good old boys around here just painted them over in white...BMUP!
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Argentine court orders seizure of Falklands/Malvinas ‘illegal’ oil drillers’ assets

Argentina has ordered the seizure of assets belonging to foreign drilling companies operating in the vicinity of Falklands / Malvinas Islands, saying they have failed to obtain the necessary permissions from Buenos Aires to conduct exploration.

A federal judge in Tierra del Fuego, Lilian Herraez, has ordered authorities to seize the assets of five companies drilling for oil in the Falklands worth $156 mn. The measure was ordered following a request of a prosecutor from the Office of Economic Crime and Money Laundering (PROCELAC).

According to the prosecution, the order to seize assets was issued for “illegal activities of exploration, search and eventual extraction of hydrocarbons in proximity to the Falkland Islands” because the companies in question failed to obtain permits issued by “the competent authority in Argentina.”

According to a legal brief, the order involves halting the activities of the semi-submersible “Eirik Raude” rig and the floating dock“Noble Frontier”. Herraez also ordered the seizure of all vessels.

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Argentine court orders seizure of Falklands/Malvinas ‘illegal’ oil drillers’ assets

Argentina has ordered the seizure of assets belonging to foreign drilling companies operating in the vicinity of Falklands / Malvinas Islands, saying they have failed to obtain the necessary permissions from Buenos Aires to conduct exploration.

A federal judge in Tierra del Fuego, Lilian Herraez, has ordered authorities to seize the assets of five companies drilling for oil in the Falklands worth $156 mn. The measure was ordered following a request of a prosecutor from the Office of Economic Crime and Money Laundering (PROCELAC).

According to the prosecution, the order to seize assets was issued for “illegal activities of exploration, search and eventual extraction of hydrocarbons in proximity to the Falkland Islands” because the companies in question failed to obtain permits issued by “the competent authority in Argentina.”

According to a legal brief, the order involves halting the activities of the semi-submersible “Eirik Raude” rig and the floating dock“Noble Frontier”. Herraez also ordered the seizure of all vessels.

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Soz to quote myself, but this is pretty big.

Given Maggie went to war over oil rights, I wonder whether this time around, the might of the British navy will be brought down upon the Argentinians?

Also, all the Marconi weirdness that surrounds the Falklands through to BluEt's mates on Southern Thule makes this move a bit interesting dont you think?

Venezuela, with Chinese and Russian interests, and the US trying desperately to fend them off.

If the oil is indeed infected or resided within, by AUg1, then what does the Argentinian move mean with that in mind?

An ally? - of AUg1's owners?

Worth watching what happens next.

Remember those (9) critical points. I think we're seeing a cross over between a few of them.

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Argentine court orders seizure of Falklands/Malvinas ‘illegal’ oil drillers’ assets

Argentina has ordered the seizure of assets belonging to foreign drilling companies operating in the vicinity of Falklands / Malvinas Islands, saying they have failed to obtain the necessary permissions from Buenos Aires to conduct exploration.

A federal judge in Tierra del Fuego, Lilian Herraez, has ordered authorities to seize the assets of five companies drilling for oil in the Falklands worth $156 mn. The measure was ordered following a request of a prosecutor from the Office of Economic Crime and Money Laundering (PROCELAC).

According to the prosecution, the order to seize assets was issued for “illegal activities of exploration, search and eventual extraction of hydrocarbons in proximity to the Falkland Islands” because the companies in question failed to obtain permits issued by “the competent authority in Argentina.”

According to a legal brief, the order involves halting the activities of the semi-submersible “Eirik Raude” rig and the floating dock“Noble Frontier”. Herraez also ordered the seizure of all vessels.

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 Quoting: BadHairDay


Soz to quote myself, but this is pretty big.

Given Maggie went to war over oil rights, I wonder whether this time around, the might of the British navy will be brought down upon the Argentinians?

Also, all the Marconi weirdness that surrounds the Falklands through to BluEt's mates on Southern Thule makes this move a bit interesting dont you think?

Venezuela, with Chinese and Russian interests, and the US trying desperately to fend them off.

If the oil is indeed infected or resided within, by AUg1, then what does the Argentinian move mean with that in mind?

An ally? - of AUg1's owners?

Worth watching what happens next.

Remember those (9) critical points. I think we're seeing a cross over between a few of them.

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interesting!!!
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Synthetic neural circuits made from silicon can accurately mimic the electrical properties of nerve cells, researchers reported yesterday (December 3) in Nature Communications. The research aims to lead to the development of implantable bionic neurons that would help to restore brain circuits that have lost their electrical connection and might help to combat paralysis and possibly diseases, such as Alzheimer’s.

“Any area where you have some degenerative disease, such as Alzheimer’s, or where the neurons stop firing properly because of age, disease, or injury, then in theory you could replace the faulty biocircuit with a synthetic circuit,” study coauthor Alain Nogaret of the University of Bath tells The Guardian.

In the study, Nogaret and colleagues combined mathematics, computation, and chip design to model the firing patterns of a neuron from the rat hippocampus—a brain region involved in learning and memory—and of a neuron in the animal’s brainstem where breathing is controlled. The team then reproduced those firing patterns from the computer model in silicon chips.

“Until now, neurons have been like black boxes, but we have managed to open the black box and peer inside,” Nogaret tells the BBC. “Our work is paradigm-changing because it provides a robust method to reproduce the electrical properties of real neurons in minute detail.”

He notes to The Guardian that the aim of the research is not to build an entire artificial brain but to develop bionic neurons and circuits to help in treating disease.


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the fact that computers “think” very differently than our brains do actually gives them an advantage when it comes to tasks like number crunching, while making them decidedly primitive in other areas, such as understanding human speech or learning from experience. If scientists want to simulate a brain that can match human intelligence, let alone eclipse it, they may have to start with better building blocks—computer chips inspired by our brains.

So-called neuromorphic chips replicate the architecture of the brain—that is, they talk to each other using “neuronal spikes” akin to a neuron’s action potential. This spiking behavior allows the chips to consume very little power and remain power-efficient even when tiled together into very large-scale systems.

“The biggest advantage in my mind is scalability,” says Chris Eliasmith, a theoretical neuroscientist at the University of Waterloo in Ontario. In his book How to Build a Brain, Eliasmith describes a large-scale model of the functioning brain that he created and named Spaun.1 When Eliasmith ran Spaun’s initial version, with 2.5 million “neurons,” it ran 20 times slower than biological neurons even when the model was run on the best conventional chips. “Every time we add a couple of million neurons, it gets that much slower,” he says. When Eliasmith ran some of his simulations on digital neuromorphic hardware, he found that they were not only much faster but also about 50 times more power-efficient. Even better, the neuromorphic platform became more efficient as Eliasmith simulated more neurons. That’s one of the ways in which neuromorphic chips aim to replicate nature, where brains seem to increase in power and efficiency as they scale up from, say, 300 neurons in a worm brain to the 85 billion or so of the human brain.

Neuromorphic chips’ ability to perform complex computational tasks while consuming very little power has caught the attention of the tech industry. The potential commercial applications of neuromorphic chips include power-efficient supercomputers, low-power sensors, and self-learning robots. But biologists have a different application in mind: building a fully functioning replica of the human brain.




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Many of today’s neuromorphic systems, from chips developed by IBM and Intel to two chips created as part of the European Union’s Human Brain Project, are also available to researchers, who can remotely access them to run their simulations. Researchers are using these chips to create detailed models of individual neurons and synapses, and to decipher how units come together to create larger brain subsystems. The chips allow neuroscientists to test theories of how vision, hearing, and olfaction work on actual hardware, rather than just in software. The latest neuromorphic systems are also enabling researchers to begin the far more challenging task of replicating how humans think and learn.

It’s still early days, and truly unlocking the potential of neuromorphic chips will take the combined efforts of theoretical, experimental, and computational neuroscientists, as well as computer scientists and engineers. But the end goal is a grand one—nothing less than figuring out how the components of the brain work together to create thoughts, feelings, and even consciousness.

“It’s one of the most ambitious technological puzzles that we can take on—reverse engineering the brain,” says computer engineer Mike Davies, director of Intel’s neuromorphic computing lab.
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Wow on the synthetic circuits. Yikes on replicating human brain.
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Hi mu! Great thread, big rabbit holes!
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