Jump to content


  • Posts

  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won


Everything posted by Itoero

  1. I think their facial muscles are not sufficient developed to control it.
  2. At the first animal which was called 'human'. Maybe Homo Habilis.
  3. I can take a photo and show it to you. The fact that you use words that our ears or eyes can observe 'proofs' your existence since words have an origin. We life in a sense in an agreed upon reality. Our senses enable us to be self aware.
  4. Japan’s government has said that it is not ready to commit to hosting the world’s next major particle accelerator — the planned International Linear Collider (ILC). The decision appears to deal another blow to a project that has been more than a decade in the making, although some physicists are hopeful that the government might finally be making progress on the proposal.“There was disappointment,” said Geoffrey Taylor, chair of the International Committee for Future Accelerators, at a press conference at the University of Tokyo on 7 March. The press conference followed a meeting with representatives of Japan’s science and technology ministry, who delivered a statement on the government’s position. The particle-physics community conceived the ILC more than 15 years ago, as a follow-up to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN, Europe’s particle-physics lab near Geneva, Switzerland. The ILC would be a straight, 20-kilometre collider that would make detailed studies of the Higgs boson, the last puzzle piece in physicists’ standard model. Japan has been the only country in the running to build the US$7-billion machine, after its physicists pitched to host the facility in 2012 following the discovery of the Higgs at CERN. As host, the nation would need to pay around half the construction costs, and other countries would contribute the rest. But despite years of discussions, the government hasn’t thrown its weight behind the project and has shown little formal interest in it.https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-00824-4
  5. Have you been depressed? It seems you talk out of your own experience. This is probably related to Coprophagia.
  6. 'Many' animals can survive freezing temperatures (like the water bear). So if we copy a mechanism into a human then maybe in the future we can find a technology in which people can survive being frozen.
  7. On a Holiday in Mars you should not forget sunblock. There is no magnetic field in Mars so it can be very sunny in Mars.
  8. Intense grief after the death of a loved one can lead to depression...this also for elephants.
  9. Depression is linked to oxidative stress an gut bacteria. https://www.the-scientist.com/news-opinion/specific-gut-microbes-linked-with-depression--study-65427 Many things can cause a depression.
  10. Yes but many areas where people farm are above 20m. The farmland close by is the highest point of my village. People farmed endive where I live. It's a loamy (with a lot of clay)soil inhere.
  11. Where I live it's about 85 m in height. And many area's are a lot higher. We have rock climbing area's and there is a place where people can ski...in a 'good' winter.
  12. If it gets warmer, can people grow avocado in Belgium?
  13. AI is necessary for many tasks (in space in water...) But there are sufficient people for 'safe' jobs so there is no need for AI automatization in many jobs related to science/social science. Moving companies, schools and insurance companies (and many more) have no need for AI automatization so why would they spend money on automatization? This is an interesting article. "Every study we could find on what automation will do to jobs, in one chart" https://www.technologyreview.com/s/610005/every-study-we-could-find-on-what-automation-will-do-to-jobs-in-one-chart/#comments "There are about as many opinions as there are experts."
  14. I hope so. To treat diseases there is this technology they insert nucleotides that bind with mRNA to prevent mRNA from binding to a ribosome and transcribe harmful proteins. But with CRISPR you can edit genes and prevent mRNA from subscribing unwanted proteins. I'm wondering if such technologies will interact somehow with CRISPR.
  15. You react two times on the same comment. And since there is a massive amount of jobs and machines it's meaningless to talk about a certain amount of jobs/machines. But which machines don't need to be used or controlled by people? Examples? I'm interested in (experimental) evidence….not in those science-fiction predictions.
  16. No. Christians can believe in evolution. But Christians often insert supernatural stuff in evolution.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theistic_evolution
  17. It depends what you consider Nature to be. Yes I think you can consider those channels to be the 2d information. Those 'channels' imo contain what is called holographic entanglement entropy.
  18. A) which actual jobs / job types you mean, =>I mean all jobs. The jobs where you don't have to make conscious choices are very limited. People use machines. Many tasks are taken over by machines. But those machines still need to be used or controlled by people.
  19. Yes but you asked how to get positive reputation....you increased negative reputation with all your threads.
  20. The conjecture was proposed by Leonard Susskind and Juan Maldacena.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ER%3DEPR Maybe it makes more sense if you call them gravity channels. The conjecture leads to a grander conjecture that the geometry of space, time and gravity is determined by entanglement.
  21. The ER=EPR conjecture states that entangled particles are connected by a wormhole. And according to MIT physicists by creating two entangled black holes, then pulling them apart, you form a wormhole. Such a wormhole might enable FTL communication. But it's a big 'what if'. http://news.mit.edu/2013/you-cant-get-entangled-without-a-wormhole-1205
  • Create New...

Important Information

We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.