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Friday, December 15, 2017

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Complexity in LanguageLanguage represents a mystery of the mind that has been explored for ages, with an exponentially increasing complexity. Think of all that must take place for you to read and understand this sentence alone. And in most cases, the communication is almost instantaneous, an astounding feet of computing power.First rumblings of a revolutionI suspect that most, like me, have been unaware of the cognitive revolution, beginning in the study of linguistics.Noam Chomsky declared war on the old linguistic regime in 1957, with his dismantling of the popular view of language orchestrated... Read More

I am moved by this simple line drawing. Although hard to see, it is a map locating some organisms on this planet, calling attention to the fact that we are all close relatives on earth, emerging from a common origin. We are connected in what many call the circle of life, an image that appeals to me, showing continuity, with no living organism on top. Viewing life in this way clarifies our relationship with and responsibility for other species.The circle is large and interconnected as the Hillis Plot image demonstrates. Even though the diagram only represents a small portion of life on the planet,... Read More

Japanese diet glasses are a new innovative solution that tricks our sense of of sight and smell to inhibit food intake. Its use of augmented reality for dieting is an example of the future benefits that will become available as more innovative companies take advantage of augmented reality technology for the purpose of how to live a healthier life.

The diet glasses out of Japan are a risk-free way to eat less and lose weight. They are, according to many news sources including Fox just plain "stupid." The Japanese diet glasses "play a trick" on our senses by sending images of food... Read More

Facebook, the social network (in case you weren't aware) experienced a rare slippup last night that lead to users being surprised and a large number of complaints. The social network went down and for many moved very slowly for almost 2 hours. It still seems to be experiencing problems. A few weeks ago they experienced other problems with users being unable to use "Like" or "Share" buttons -- a popular feature on the site.

The hickup heated up other social networks, including twitter, where more than a few jokes were made about its 100 PE IPO stock price. As is typical on the social... Read More

Facebook and its 900 million users may be losing interest amongst a vital demographic. Teens according to the Los Angeles Times say that "THE" social network no longer possesses that all evasive "cool factor;"

"Facebook is just not the big fad anymore," said a 15-year-old. Twitter, Tumblr, texting, and other mobile apps are kicking Zuckerberg's site. One of the key appealing aspects of other networks , according to these teens, is more privacy from their parents.

Facebook is huge with baby boomers. Facebook's proportion of 50- to 64-year-old members is second only to LinkedIn.Three... Read More

Dr. Rupert Sheldrake is causing a ruckus in the science world. He has done work at Cambridge University as well as Harvard, and is no doubt a smart man. So why has he caused such an uproar within the scientific community and with skeptics?

Morphic resonance and causative formation. I'll translate for you.

Fields, like magnetic fields, are regions of influence that extend beyond matter. They are physical, but not material. Based on fields, a morphogenetic field guides the form of organisms and other energy components. For example, if a section of a growing embryo is removed, the... Read More

By Ravo

In 2005, NASA scientists launched a project to feed Astronauts on long-term voyages in space; specifically, proteins as found in meat; something that would be a healthy addition to, or substitute for, the boring diet of hydroponic vegetables grown in spaceship gardens. This involved taking stem cells or tissue samples from food animals such as pigs, cattle, and chickens, and growing them in vitro in a cell culture.

This effort was successful, and the first artificial meat was created in small quantities in a sort of Petri dish environment. Scientists were quick to realize the potential:... Read More

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