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  1. here's something i just found that's interesting, I do not know if it's accurate or such, I have not been through it yet, just found it. International Society for the Advanced Study of Spacetime http://www.spacetimesociety.org/minkowski.html
  2. an indication if 100 % of the brain was used, I'm Impatient To Go the Whole Way
  3. i want to know what would occur if both were taking at the same moment.
  4. all in all, this is nothing more than a matrix thought(the movie) edit- there is another guy on another forum who has a thought of 3d pixel universe, same concept in a sense.
  5. Bingo Players - Out Of My Mind (Original Mix)
  6. i was in a small conversation about the AMS on anther forum some days ago, according to this one guy, http://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=683408&page=4 " Despite the significant hype, the AMS results in no way point to dark matter any more than previous data about the same phenomenon had. The positron excess under discussion was actually first noted about 5 years ago by the PAMELA experiment; and, there was a flurry of papers at the time discussing the possible natures of dark matter models that could explain such a result. However, as was known then, the excess may well be the result of totally unrelated astrophysical processes, such as pulsars. And, because of the presence of galactic magnetic fields, the positrons can't be particularly reliably traced back to their source (or sources), meaning that we can't directly test whether they originate at the center of the galaxy (as a dark matter signal must) or from other more local sources. AMS has put out far more detailed and more precise data. However, at least as yet, the data shows no features that we're already present in the PAMELA data. Therefore, any attribution to dark matter is, at best, premature. " " it's finding the source of the excess positrons. It certainly could be that they come from dark matter annihilation; but, they could also come from astrophysical processes that nothing to do with dark matter. "
  7. Hmm, interesting. can you provide accurate info on this ? is there other articles, papers or something on this ?
  8. in a sense this is probably irrelevant to this topic. this is always funny, well, for me anyways.
  9. yeah, the IBM article is the best, http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/view_project.php?id=2862
  10. Michio Kaku: The Metaphysics of Teleportation Opening a portal to another universe Quantum Teleportation http://researcher.watson.ibm.com/researcher/view_project.php?id=2862 this article has great info,there is info that pertains to your question, How Teleportation Will Work http://science.howstuffworks.com/science-vs-myth/everyday-myths/teleportation.htm
  11. this is interesting, Dr. Michio Kaku - Physics of the Future -Next 100 years! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-Xp8-NFmOAI#!
  12. I have to say yes, but maybe define instantaneous incrementally. edit- but also distance is a factor for instantaneous.
  13. krash661


    something interesting. Adhesive Differences Enable Separation of Stem Cells to Advance Potential Therapies http://www.labmanager.com/?articles.view/a...tial-Therapies/ interesting also, a webinar, the registration for the webinar is on the link. http://www.genengnews.com/webinars/glycobiology-analysis-solutions-using-hpae-pad/200/#utm_medium=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=april Broadcast Date: Thursday, April 18, 2013 Time: 8:00 am PDT, 11:00 am EDT, 16:00 BST Glycobiology Analysis Solutions Using HPAE-PAD " Post-translational modification of proteins with oligosaccharides to form glycoproteins is a common biological motif. These glycoprotein oligosaccharides are involved in a wide range of biological and physiological processes including recognition and regulatory functions, cellular communication, gene expression, cellular immunity, growth, and development. Aberrant glycosylation of proteins is connected to cancer progression, invasion, and metastasis. With many biological functions, glycosylation is one of the most important post-translational modifications of eukaryotic cell proteins. "
  14. International Space Station Spot The Station http://spotthestation.nasa.gov/ " Did you know you can see the International Space Station from your house? As the third brightest object in the sky, after the sun and moon, the space station is easy to see if you know where and when to look for it. "
  15. would anyone be interested in a desk top free demo down load of a model simulator ? I have a link for this. i played with it, it's interesting and amusing. STK SEET http://www.agi.com/products/stk/modules/de...spx/id/stk-seet STK Space Environment and Effects Tool (SEET) is designed for use by spacecraft designers, analysts and operators to evaluate the effects of the space environment on their spacecraft. Developed by AGI Business Partner Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc. (AER), SEET provides comprehensive modeling of the near-Earth space environment and its expected impacts on a space vehicle. SEET calculates spacecraft exposure to ionizing particles, thermal radiation and space debris throughout the orbit. This level of analysis is especially critical today as environmental risks to spacecraft are mounting due to higher levels of man-made debris and increasingly energetic natural phenomena such as the Sun's solar flare activities. SEET's functionality is provided by five key features consisting of scientific models of the space environment. These features are seamlessly integrated into the overall STK user interface. SEET uses models from Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) and NASA to provide state-of-the-art environmental assessments. The AFRL models are adapted directly from the AFRLs AF-GEOSpace Version 2.1P software suite. The AFRL models have been made available for SEET through a Cooperative Research & Development Agreement (CRADA) between AFRL and AER. free demo download http://www.agi.com/products/
  16. here's a mad science topic to discuss. in science fiction, nuclear physics, atomic physics , intrinsic fields of physical objects(supposedly) and dr. manhatten. http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0060115/bio http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=dr.+manhatten&oq=dr.+manhatten&gs_l=youtube-reduced.12..0i10l4.7709.10778.0.40828. very interesting, for me anyways.
  17. great, you found it, I was trying to find this, yeah the cube factor is for the compression of space edit- the best info for this is the star trek info, that wikki needs citations and such. that's why i did not post it. here's more on this also, NASA testing Warp Drive http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAZ5ngKC8mk NASA is Building a Real Warp Drive http://www.geeksaresexy.net/2012/11/27/nas...eal-warp-drive/ warp drive
  18. some have said that the universe is a polar jet of some sort.
  19. in sci-fi, it's actually still light speed just horizontally compressed spaced at different compression rates depending the warp speed. so Warp speed 9 would be, speed of light * 9 edit- time dilation * 9
  20. i was curious how they became mixed, they were in separate bins. or did they all fly out of the bins and onto the floor ? " repetition of the same basic operation ".
  21. I lost interest once i read , " On a Christian website " .
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