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Daniel Estrada30,408@103315650425474752023  and I will be talking about autonomous systems this Thursday at 6pm PST. This will be an extended version of the talks I gave at CCS'15 and the JHU Nature and Norms conferences this summer. The talk runs about 45 minutes, and then we'll open up for general discussion. The abstract and Prezi for the talk can be found below: *Autonomy in biological and technological systems* https://prezi.com/vqotde-dedvs/autonomy-in-nonbiological-systems/ For the roboticist, an autonomous system is an artificial agent that operates outside direct human intervention. For the philosopher, an autonomous system is a moral agent with status in a moral community, and who can be held responsible for their actions. These conversations are almost entirely disjoint. We attempts to bridge this gap by looking at recent theories of biological autonomy (eg. Moreno and Mossio 2015) wherein the self-regulating constitution of the organism (prototypically, the cell) serves as a natural and scientifically respectable basis for identity, agency, and normativity. We consider the extent to which the norms of autonomous robots might be informed by considerations found in the biological domain, such as self-organization and regulatory closure. Finding these suggestion unhelpful, we look carefully at the constraints on individuation and functional analysis in order to propose a generalized account of autonomy that unifies these discussions. We explore the implications of this account using an unpowered, semi-autonomous social robot richROT, a participant and roving art installation at the 2015 Burning Man Festival. Autonomy in biological and technological systems2015-10-30 02:00:008  

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Mitochondria and nuerons need to keep synchronized with the energy systems and other nuerons, just as the smartgrid uses GPS and atomic clocks to synchronize phase-in and phase-out of grid segments.

#Tinnitus #Mitochondria #Neurons

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Tinnitus is the brain trying to heal itself but it cannot. Tinnitus arises when this flexibility goes bad inside of the mitochondria. It's mitochondria in Ammon's horn looking for the right frequency so mitochondria can increase tunneling speeds and become better able to use beta oxidation for fats and the TCA cycle for glucose. The key to understanding neuronal function is understanding how a reflex organizes the entire nervous system. This goes back to the work of Sherrington in the 19th century. Bereft of incoming signals, the neurons lose the feedback control and they begin to do things they usually... more »

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2016-11-09 23:04:44 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s; )Open 

Musical chords are like fields of Shadows where the Sun bounces from horizon to horizon and angles of shadows are based upon the tonal quality.

Patterns layer themselves vertically and also horizontally as shadows cross paths with the rows of Corn.

If someone designs an app which makes this, I think it would blow up.

Musical chords are like fields of Shadows where the Sun bounces from horizon to horizon and angles of shadows are based upon the tonal quality.

Patterns layer themselves vertically and also horizontally as shadows cross paths with the rows of Corn.

If someone designs an app which makes this, I think it would blow up.___

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2016-11-09 17:36:04 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s; )Open 

Why don't we feel planetary forces of motion or sag uncontrollably under gravitational pull?

This leads us partially into the intricacies of our interwebbed relationship with the Ecosystem of Physics. We generally see Physics as this 'dead' layer of Reality upon which living matter has evolved.

The body is a tensegrity structure which distributes forces adaptive while forming shape. Like a flexible ball which will bounce and have its walls impressed inward and deform itself because of force, the body will keep itself upright and collectively ballooned into shape because of the electrochemical forces which hold its intricate internal and external cavities and volumes of liquid and gasses.

At the atmospheric level, air is undergoing similar forces of "levity" which is charged and controlled through electro and photo manipulation. (Muons also play a role... more »

Why don't we feel planetary forces of motion or sag uncontrollably under gravitational pull?

This leads us partially into the intricacies of our interwebbed relationship with the Ecosystem of Physics. We generally see Physics as this 'dead' layer of Reality upon which living matter has evolved.

The body is a tensegrity structure which distributes forces adaptive while forming shape. Like a flexible ball which will bounce and have its walls impressed inward and deform itself because of force, the body will keep itself upright and collectively ballooned into shape because of the electrochemical forces which hold its intricate internal and external cavities and volumes of liquid and gasses.

At the atmospheric level, air is undergoing similar forces of "levity" which is charged and controlled through electro and photo manipulation. (Muons also play a role in the types of motion experienced in our planetary/Universal Body withen Body system.)

It seems these electrical and photovoltaic forces are interleaved with human consciousness by mechanisms we don't or won't normally fully understand. Notice how powerful the EMF impulse of the animal's heart is. The mammal brain also has a substantial EMF and thermal signature. How do these thermal and voltaic effects cascade out and in correspondent with the environmental ecosystems?

The solution being nearly impossible to see or solve in an "all at once" fashion is seemingly part of the implicate order which keeps life aloft above the dungeons of death and entropy.

I think we actually miss a kind of connection with life when we view a healthy person as the epitome of life. When do you feel most alive, truly? When you are climbing a mountain or skating through a course....perhaps sprinting those last paces of a marathon?

These times of pushing the human body and the forces keeping us aloft to the edge is, I think, more of a symbol of performance and life than a nice and neat car safely tucked away which never sees the raceway.

In a sense, if we come out of forces connected with the environment and then materialize into an entity with a personality which has a solid core, we are hardening like a dead desert rock. We become so full of the world and so empty of the entropy which drives life. Disconnection from entropy is Disconnection from life.

If Life happens at the Edge, where do we position the Life Forces of the Human Civilization?___

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The brain is a hyper-dimensional sponge. The fluids it prefers are even more of a hyper dimensional sponge. The geometric energies which flow through the fluids and brain and the Universal aether are even more elastic in their densities than physical matter. This gives rise to inexact computation of elemental energies. XACT, XEROX

The brain is a hyper-dimensional sponge. The fluids it prefers are even more of a hyper dimensional sponge. The geometric energies which flow through the fluids and brain and the Universal aether are even more elastic in their densities than physical matter. This gives rise to inexact computation of elemental energies. XACT, XEROX___

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You can now bring the CSI labs to your computer and enhance images with an algorithm which guesses the missing detail of low-megapixel images.

You can now bring the CSI labs to your computer and enhance images with an algorithm which guesses the missing detail of low-megapixel images.___

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The action potentials of the neurons in a brain are very related to the conditional entropy. Yes, I coined this term. And it's part of the artistic expression I'm doing as self-educational paradigm-shifter.

The action potentials of the neurons in a brain are very related to the conditional entropy. Yes, I coined this term. And it's part of the artistic expression I'm doing as self-educational paradigm-shifter.___

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These pictures related to Hyperdimensional constructs or energies help elucidate a little of what's been in my imaginations recently.

I believe another related concept is Tensegrity as well as fluid dynamics, laminar flow, and surface tension. Surface tension of hollow manifolds is perhaps the most interesting because it begins to become holotropic by its nature.

These pictures related to Hyperdimensional constructs or energies help elucidate a little of what's been in my imaginations recently.

I believe another related concept is Tensegrity as well as fluid dynamics, laminar flow, and surface tension. Surface tension of hollow manifolds is perhaps the most interesting because it begins to become holotropic by its nature.___

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"Conditional Entropy" and "Multi-Variable Flexible Differentials" are the fascinations of today. Among other treats.

"Conditional Entropy" and "Multi-Variable Flexible Differentials" are the fascinations of today. Among other treats.___

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These look incredibly sleek!
I love the fact that these are actually stronger than traditional roof tiles!

Tesla Unveils its New Line of Camouflaged Solar Panels

EVER THE SHOWMAN, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to the stage at Universal Studios in LA this evening promising to make solar sexy. To that end, he unveiled a range of textured glass tiles with integrated solar cells that are nearly indistinguishable from conventional tiling, along with a sleek update to the company’s energy-storing Powerwall. A couple hundred invited guests, mostly Tesla owners, ooh-ed and ahh-ed as Musk revealed that a row of suburban American houses on Wisteria Lane—the old set of Desperate Housewives—were all, in fact, topped with solar roofs. Each house’s old roofing material had been stripped away, and replaced with one of four new styles of solar tile. From the street, it was virtually impossible to tell; the roofs retained a variety of traditional looks, from textured slate shingle to terra cotta tile. Musk said the secret to the tiles’ appearance is a special coating that becomes more or less see-through depending on your viewing angle. He described it as a series of micro louvers that work like a privacy screen on a laptop, and said the company is working with 3M on the tech. The effect is dramatic in person. From shallow angles, the tiles appear nontransparent. But as your viewing angle approaches 90 degrees, the underlying solar cell becomes more and more visible. The result is a tile that permits the passage of sunlight from overhead, but still looks opaque to anyone at ground level.___These look incredibly sleek!
I love the fact that these are actually stronger than traditional roof tiles!

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1, 2, 5, 6 are all fascinating to me!

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SciTech #ScienceSunday Digest - 44/2016.
Permalink here: http://www.scitechdigest.net/2016/10/evolved-metamaterial-lenses-machine.html

Evolved metamaterial lenses, Machine learning encryption explanations, Tank & drone tech, Multiple virus vaccine, Low power transistors, Printed heart on chip, Metallic DNA, Doubly effective immunotherapy, Machine controlled bacteria, 3D printed magnets.

1. Achromatic Lenses from Evolutionary Algorithms
Two-dimensional structured metasurfaces show great promise for high resolution imaging, holography, and other applications but suffer from chromatic aberration in which the focus shifts depending on the wavelength. A new approach encodes the desired optical properties as a fitness function and successfully uses evolutionary algorithms to find the structure with the optimised fitness value http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=44932.php. This resulted in the creation of achromatic two dimensional lattice lenses able to focus three distinct wavelengths by utilising the plasmonic properties of different sized and shaped gold nanoparticles arranged in a precise pattern. This provides a pathway to broadband achromatic lenses. Meanwhile metamaterials are paving the way to terahertz technologies http://newsroom.ucla.edu/releases/new-metamaterial-paves-way-for-terahertz-technologies and cool new acoustic holograms http://pratt.duke.edu/about/news/acoustic-hologram.

2. Machine Learning Encryption & Explanation
First, Google’s deep learning systems have invented basic cryptographic algorithms from scratch, able to send and receive encrypted messages https://www.newscientist.com/article/2110522-googles-neural-networks-invent-their-own-encryption/. One wonders how strong machine learning cryptography might get and whether we’ll see this rolled out to broader if it surpasses our current efforts. As usual the group doesn’t know exactly how the encryption method works or how the network achieves the result. In light of this we have related news in which a new training method for deep learning that results not only in the predictions and classifications desired but also the rationale or explanation for how the network achieves this http://news.mit.edu/2016/making-computers-explain-themselves-machine-learning-1028. This will be particularly useful for validation in medical and other fields.

3. Tank, Drone, and Gun Improvements
Some interesting military technological advances this week. First, a new active protection system carried by tanks can intercept depleted uranium armour-piercing shells http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2016/10/russia-claims-active-protection-system.html, which is considered a game-changing development. Second, DARPA and the Pentagon’s autonomous military drone program is progressing with autonomous drones able to distinguish between combatants carrying weapons and unarmed civilians http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/26/us/pentagon-artificial-intelligence-terminator.html?_r=2. Third, a new smart-rifle provides aim-stabilised, target-correction performance to completely remove and compensate for human error http://www.popularmechanics.com/military/weapons/a23505/the-us-army-stabilized-weapons/.

4. Multiple Cold-Virus Vaccine
A new type of vaccine for rhinoviruses, combatting the common cold, has shown promising results in mice and monkey studies http://www.news.emory.edu/stories/2016/09/moore_rhinovirus_vaccine_natcomm/index.html. The sheer diversity of over 100 different rhinoviruses has hindered the development of any effective vaccine, but the new approach combines up to 50 different variants and successfully induced the production of antibodies against all 50 variants in the animals that were challenged. Stage 1 human volunteer studies will be needed next and the group believes that launching an effective all-purpose cold vaccine is now an engineering challenge related to manufacturing.

5. Low Power Transistors and Infinitesimal Computing
There were a couple of interesting fundamental computing advances this week. First, a new type of transistor has been created that can scavenge energy from the environment and harness tiny current leakage to function with ultra-low power for applications in which energy is more important than speed http://www.cam.ac.uk/research/news/engineers-design-ultralow-power-transistors-that-could-function-for-years-without-a-battery. Second, researchers have designed what they refer to as an “infinitesimal” computing element, involving stacked memristors in a 50nm by 50nm by 50nm volume form a functional 8-bit adder in a nanoscale computing element http://www.news.ucsb.edu/2016/017349/tiny-machine.

6. 3D Printed Heart-On-Chip
The field of human-organs-on-microfluidic chips takes another step with the development of the first completely 3D printed heart on a chip with integrated sensing components https://www.seas.harvard.edu/news/2016/10/3d-printed-heart-on-chip-with-integrated-sensors. The advance utilised 6 new “inks” that integrated soft strain sensors within the structure of the tissue, while the prototype chips include multiple compartments with separate cardiac tissues that were tested via drug-effect studies and contractile stress changes. Such tools will help to shorten drug development, animal, and human trials in future and hopefully allow therapeutics to be made available much quicker.

7. Creating Metallic DNA
A new chemical reaction has been developed that replaces one of the hydrogen bonds between the DNA bases adenine and thymine with a silver atom http://www.nanowerk.com/nanotechnology-news/newsid=44930.php. The structure and properties of the DNA molecule otherwise remain unchanged and still undergo the same dynamics. However, this change greatly improves the stability of the molecule, for example, by significantly boosting the melting point or temperature sensitivity. You could form various DNA origami structures, such as the nanomachines and other blocks that have been demonstrated, then replace these bonds in this way to boost stability, strength, and improve the electrical conduction properties. The group are working on doing the same with the other base-binding of interest between guanine and cytosine to further boost performance.

8. Doubly Effective Immunotherapy
A new therapeutic treatment effectively induces both the innate and adaptive arms of the immune system to combat and destroy cancers and tumours http://news.mit.edu/2016/fighting-cancer-power-immunity-1024. This treatment, effective in mice, used an antibody targeted to the tumour of interest, a vaccine targeted to the tumour of interest, interleukin 2 (IL2), and programmed cell death molecule 1(PD1). The antibody recruits more immune cells, the vaccine stimulates T cell proliferation, the IL2 promotes T cell expansion, and PD1 prolongs T cell activity. In 75% of mice all large tumours were completely eliminated and any new cancer cells reintroduced 6 months later were completely cleared.

9. Machine Controlled Bacteria
A new system precisely controls the growth of genetically engineered bacteria placed within it and can ramp this up or down as required by adjusting the light exposure https://www.ethz.ch/en/news-and-events/eth-news/news/2016/10/cyborg-bacteria.html. The bacteria are engineered to respond to red and green light in different ways and the system measures bacterial cell density to ensure growth and concentration are kept at the desired level indefinitely (assuming nutrients are added) regardless of other environmental influences. This might find application in bioreactors for example, especially if additional levers are present such as differently modified cells or pathways, in order to control the production of more complex molecules.

10. 3D Printed Magnets
New inks comprising magnetic micro granules suspended in polymers have enabled 3D printers to produce custom magnets for the first time http://www.nanowerk.com/news2/gadget/newsid=44907.php. In this case the desired shape is printed, allowed to solidify, and then a powerful external magnet is used to set the orientation and strength of the magnetic field. Prototype magnets 90% magnet material and 10% polymer. I wonder how strong a magnetic force the polymer can withstand before the magnetic field threatens to break the grains apart or flip their rotations. Regardless there are still plenty of applications here from custom shaped magnet architectures that might otherwise not be able to be manufactured, as well as gradient or otherwise patterned magnetic fields from concentration and spacing of the granules.

Bonus: I found this proposed theoretical design for a room temperature superconductor based on units comprising a helium atom encased by a C60 fullerene molecule too interesting not to share http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2016/10/helium-encased-in-carbon-fullerene.html.

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Social Responsibility is how you fix the wold without the broken political system.

Social Responsibility is how you fix the wold without the broken political system.___

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All Tesla Cars Being Produced Now Have Full Self-Driving Hardware
Self-driving vehicles will play a crucial role in improving transportation safety and accelerating the world’s transition to a sustainable future. Full autonomy will enable a Tesla to be substantially safer than a human driver, lower the financial cost of t...

All Tesla Cars Being Produced Now Have Full Self-Driving Hardware
Self-driving vehicles will play a crucial role in improving transportation safety and accelerating the world’s transition to a sustainable future. Full autonomy will enable a Tesla to be substantially safer than a human driver, lower the financial cost of t...___

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Wouldn't it be great if AI could use as training data all of the tags which people apply to their images through Photoshop Elements?

Wouldn't it be great if AI could use as training data all of the tags which people apply to their images through Photoshop Elements?___

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SciTech #ScienceSunday Digest - 42/2016.
Permalink here: http://www.scitechdigest.net/2016/10/posttranslational-mutagenesis-bio.html

Posttranslational mutagenesis, Bio-nanopore DNA sequencing, Nanoscale pumps, CRISPR sickle cell, DeepMind deep memory, Omnidirectional stereo video, Nanoscale memory switches, Nanoscale Lego Assembly, Full colour holograms, DNA single electrons.

1. Posttranslational Mutagenesis
The structural and functional capabilities of proteins can be significantly expanded by site-directed mutagenesis (chemical changes) of proteins after expression in the cell and without edits to the genome http://science.sciencemag.org/content/early/2016/09/22/science.aag1465. This work is so recent I don’t think there is a more accessible summary yet apart from this original science article. This represents a new and robust chemical synthesis platform with novel chemistry for controlled modification of protein or amino acid side chains with a genuinely vast range of different chemicals, thus enabling the creation of proteins and enzymes with new and useful properties and functions.

2. Biological Nanopore DNA Sequencing
The latest advancement in DNA sequencing via protein/enzymatic nanopores involves the use of newly engineered proteins, called a sequencing engine, that combine seven protein subunits to create the pore and tether a DNA polymerase enzyme precisely at the opening http://wyss.harvard.edu/viewpressrelease/279. In this sequencing-by-synthesis approach, (i) the DNA polymerase copies the DNA strand of interest by (ii) incorporating nucleotides into the complementary strand that are each tagged with easily distinguishable (electrically) tag molecules and (iii) passing this synthetic complementary strand through the protein pore in a membrane with a voltage across it. The system now identifies the correct nucleotide 79% - 99% of the time. The group hope to improve accuracy and create multiplexed chips with hundreds of electrically-addressable nanopores for high throughput sequencing.

3. Nanoscale Pumps and Muscles
First, single carbon nanotubes can now be harnessed as an electrostatically driven nanopump, with alternating voltages squeezing and restoring the nanotube http://www.teknat.umu.se/english/about-the-faculty/news/newsdetailpage/static-electricity-can-control-nanoballoon.cid274687; this might be attached to molecular rods and cogs to drive various nanomachine mechanisms. Second, novel interlocked molecular structures quickly switch, expanding and contracting with the addition of zinc, to mimic artificial nanoscale muscles http://phys.org/news/2016-10-daisy-chain-like-molecular-mimic-artificial-muscles.html.

4. CRISPR Treats Sickle Cell Disease
CRISPR-based gene editing of the mutations responsible for sickle cell disease shows promise in mice http://stm.sciencemag.org/content/8/360/360ra134. In this work hematapoietic stem/progenitor cells with the mutation were isolated and treated with a CRISPR-Cas9 system to efficiently replace the mutation with the correct genetic sequence. When differentiated into erythroblasts the cells increased the production of normal hemoglobin, and when transplanted into mice the cells maintained normal hemoglobin production at levels likely to have clinical benefit. With further refinements such cures should be applicable to a wide range of similar diseases.

5. DeepMind’s Deep Learning Memory Boost
DeepMind has developed a differentiable neural computer that gives the neural networks that power deep learning an external memory for storing information for later use http://spectrum.ieee.org/tech-talk/computing/software/googles-deep-mind-boosts-memory-to-navigate-london-underground. The new system outperforms earlier approaches in path mapping and route-finding; in tests the earlier approaches achieved an average accuracy of 37% compared to 98.8% for the new approach. The architecture of the new deep learning approach is an example of convergent evolution as it resembles how the hippocampus of the brain works. This is believed to be just one of many novel neural learning architectures that are being explored.

6. Omnidirectional Stereo VR Video
Google’s Jump video platform has evolved to produce omnidirectional stereo video for VR video applications https://blog.google/products/google-vr/jump-using-omnidirectional-stereo-vr-video/. This new advance includes sophisticated auto-stitching algorithms to provide seamless video projection that is both panoramic (360) and stereoscopic (3D), so to allow the viewer to not only look in any direction but to see depth and distance cues naturally. This is a very difficult problem to solve and doing so will boost the sense of immersion for those viewing content made with this system; just in time too it seems as VR video consumption looks set to grow exponentially.

7. Nanoscale Memory Switches
First, by firing an electron beam at 50nm wide gold-silver hollow nanorods, silver can be moved around inside the rods to form different structures, which changes how the rods interact with light, which changes the plasmonic properties of the rods http://news.rice.edu/2016/10/10/core-technology-springs-from-nanoscale-rods-2/. Such technology might comprise reconfigurable memory units in future. Second, low energy electric fields can be used switch tiny magnets at picosecond speeds http://www.ru.nl/english/news-agenda/news/vm/imm/solid-state-physics/2016/electric-field-magnetic/. Again, such technology might be used in next generation memory.

8. New Nanoscale Lego Assembly
A novel Lego-like self assembly technique can join together a wide range of different nanomaterials including polymeric particles, metal nanoparticles, metal and polymer nanowires, nanosheets, nanocubes, and biological particles http://themelbourneengineer.eng.unimelb.edu.au/2016/10/nanoscale-engineering-transforms-particles-lego-like-building-blocks/. This works by coating the particles in a template of adhesive polyphenol molecules, which then allows the different particles to be assembled into a range of complex 3D structures that can include hybrid materials, hollow microstructures, hierarchically organised particles, and others.

9. Full Colour Holograms with Nanomaterials
Nanometer scale aluminum thin films treated with ion beam milling to create an array of precisely oriented rectangular holes produce a full colour holographic metasurface http://news.mst.edu/2016/10/researchers-create-3-d-full-color-holographic-images-with-nanomaterials/. The surface includes both phase and amplitude modulation that allows the full colour, high resolution, low noise holograms to be produced in almost any design or image desired. Applications include floating 3D displays, imaging, and security surface codes.

10. DNA Single Electron Device
The self assembly properties of DNA can be used to assemble metallic nanoparticles into precise chains that comprise single-electron conduction devices http://www.aka.fi/en/about-us/media/press-releases/2016/researchers-develop-dna-based-single-electron-electronic-devices/. The DNA itself is not conducting electrons in these devices but simply forms the desired scaffold that guides the assembly of the nanoparticles, chains of which were confirmed to conduct electrons one at a time at room temperature, whereas previous approaches had required cryogenic temperatures to work.

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It's interedting to see the "4&1" synthesis collector.

___It's interedting to see the "4&1" synthesis collector.

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If we get a proper tan, our body can do something which takes 2000 degre temperatures in a laboratory to do!

If we get a proper tan, our body can do something which takes 2000 degre temperatures in a laboratory to do!___

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Time management colors our creativity with constraints on frequency like colors are slices of the rainbow instead on one brown blob of color.

This sets us up with a chance to consider our performance before we go into act mode. Every show needs an air date. Food comes with expiration dates. Society integrates with the conditions of times.

When we prepare for action, our output becomes synchronized with oir total being and becomes more meaningful because it is imbued with higher elements of Our Being.

Time Management shouldn't cramp our styles unless we are chunking our work into too large of pieces.

Master the art of good timing and you will do more using les because you will automatically be pre-organizing your actions.

Time management also commits you to focus the brain on a simple task instead of mashing everything into one.

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Time management colors our creativity with constraints on frequency like colors are slices of the rainbow instead on one brown blob of color.

This sets us up with a chance to consider our performance before we go into act mode. Every show needs an air date. Food comes with expiration dates. Society integrates with the conditions of times.

When we prepare for action, our output becomes synchronized with oir total being and becomes more meaningful because it is imbued with higher elements of Our Being.

Time Management shouldn't cramp our styles unless we are chunking our work into too large of pieces.

Master the art of good timing and you will do more using les because you will automatically be pre-organizing your actions.

Time management also commits you to focus the brain on a simple task instead of mashing everything into one.

Done right, this time management will support the Flow State (See Steven Kotler ) rather than restrict your flow and creativity. The flow state thrives on a terrain with just enough pressure to require you to adapt like a skater or snowboarder. Carving through the snow is the beauty one could be said to experience when one is in a creative process and imagineering a product of their mind.___

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What is DNA? DNA is much more than simply a library from which proteins can be built. DNA can come alive as if it is emanatimg frequencies of light and magnetic forces. DNA actually holds quite esoteric powers.

It is the perfect shape for intersecting forces and then sliding information along the line at the perfect height (amplitude) and the perfect distance. (markers and frequency intersection)

DNA is meant to unfold its codes into the cell and out through the organism once the cell has built its little bio-dome under the sea.

What Science is "coming to its senses about" is the relations between DNA and environment. The DNA is akin to a waveform where sound is "tunneled" through a screen like a 3D sound impressing its forces onto the receiver of a microphone. Only, with DNA, the screen is made out of forcefields of a more direct nature than the... more »

What is DNA? DNA is much more than simply a library from which proteins can be built. DNA can come alive as if it is emanatimg frequencies of light and magnetic forces. DNA actually holds quite esoteric powers.

It is the perfect shape for intersecting forces and then sliding information along the line at the perfect height (amplitude) and the perfect distance. (markers and frequency intersection)

DNA is meant to unfold its codes into the cell and out through the organism once the cell has built its little bio-dome under the sea.

What Science is "coming to its senses about" is the relations between DNA and environment. The DNA is akin to a waveform where sound is "tunneled" through a screen like a 3D sound impressing its forces onto the receiver of a microphone. Only, with DNA, the screen is made out of forcefields of a more direct nature than the 'atomic lattices' comprising material objects.

The effects environment have on DNA are called Epigenetic effects. Now here's the funny part. This can lead to the 'pasting' of new atoms onto DNA. These encircle or encrust the DNA strand like a diamond on a ring. Or like a Lost Cat poster on a telephone pole.

The question is - What leads to these new atoms. These atoms can come in the form of phosphorylation, Methylation, or Histone modification, among other types.

Truth is - it's invisible forces which underlies these changes. It's lines which have less temporal or structural permanency than atomic structures - which lead eventually to the deposition of a DNA Marker.

So in this quantum dance, we learn to interact at subtler forces beneath the Stratosphere of atoms.

DNA is a construct(or) which is designed to go from a 1D axis and immediately Curve out through projection into a 3D and 4D or higher projection. 2D is skipped in Biology but most notably in DNA.

Intersecting these DNA strips are compasses of enclosed angles which act as roving microscopes and are able to record and channel visual signals throughout the continuum between the microscopic and macroscopoc - between local and non-local.

By improving the health of our DNA we can increase our access to the capabilities and increase our lifespan.

To support the writing and research, see astore.amazon.com/uniheaart-20 where you can find supplements perfect for you anti-aging strategies and supercharging your muscular and mental performance!___

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21st Century Digital Economics

In this talk I explore a little bit about how politics is forcing limiting beliefs onto our culture and how we can improve our social and economic conditions by focusing our intent for positive improvement on local community action.

Politics at the national level too easily becomes chaotic because it assumes that one message can please everybody at once. Even if there is some ultimate solution, it can't be boiled down to one message that can make everybody happy in the same way.

I also explore concepts related to modern finance and how we can leverage the opportunities of bitcoin technology and digital platforms to invigorate the economics for small businesses and online creatives. Using friction-free digital currency, we can more easily form positive connections with our readers and earn through reputation more directly rather than relying... more »

21st Century Digital Economics

In this talk I explore a little bit about how politics is forcing limiting beliefs onto our culture and how we can improve our social and economic conditions by focusing our intent for positive improvement on local community action.

Politics at the national level too easily becomes chaotic because it assumes that one message can please everybody at once. Even if there is some ultimate solution, it can't be boiled down to one message that can make everybody happy in the same way.

I also explore concepts related to modern finance and how we can leverage the opportunities of bitcoin technology and digital platforms to invigorate the economics for small businesses and online creatives. Using friction-free digital currency, we can more easily form positive connections with our readers and earn through reputation more directly rather than relying upon the advertisement industry.

Additionally, we can experiment more with the way money flows through the economy because of the micro-transactions. These micro-transactions will help fill gaps in the information economy so that smaller (but still significant) contributions more easily receive their due credit.

Lastly, we'll see less stagnation in the economy where recessions are caused by the pileup of money within certain regions of the economy or within the pockets of the largest corporations on the planet. Corporations traditionally gain huge benefits because of their size and level of collaboration. This means the customer also benefits from these cost savings. We gain greater buying power with the same level of money.

It'll be nice when we're able to help globally connect people with virtually zero-transaction cost so that money behaves more like information.

The elite and high-class do not view money with the assumption that it will depreciate in value necessarily. They look for wise investment strategies like Real Estate and Business where their money can compound itself and return to them after they've "spent it."

The beautiful thing about money is that it remains in existence even after its left "our hands." Once it flows to another "agent" in the economy, it can still end up returning to us. The downside of these large corporations is that as they advance so much more quickly than the smaller businesses and consumers may be able to, money can get trapped in these companies' bank accounts.

I believe that bitcoin technology will help us form more productive B2B style relationships between small businesses and entrepreneurs.

These micro-transactions will invigorate the local economy and connect small businesses even if they exist on opposite sides of the planet.

#Economics #Money #Finance #Bitcoin

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In this talk I explore a little bit about how politics is forcing limiting beliefs onto our culture and how we can improve our social and economic conditions by focusing our intent for positive improvement on local community action.

Politics at the national level too easily becomes chaotic because it assumes that one message can please everybody at once. Even if there is some ultimate solution, it can't be boiled down to one message that can make everybody happy in the same way.

I also explore concepts related to modern finance and how we can leverage the opportunities of bitcoin technology and digital platforms to invigorate the economics for small businesses and online creatives. Using friction-free digital currency, we can more easily form positive connections with our readers and earn through reputation more directly rather than relying upon the advertisement industry.

Additionally, we can experiment more with the way money flows through the economy because of the micro-transactions. These micro-transactions will help fill gaps in the information economy so that smaller (but still significant) contributions more easily receive their due credit.

Lastly, we'll see less stagnation in the economy where recessions are caused by the pileup of money within certain regions of the economy or within the pockets of the largest corporations on the planet. Corporations traditionally gain huge benefits because of their size and level of collaboration. This means the customer also benefits from these cost savings. We gain greater buying power with the same level of money.

It'll be nice when we're able to help globally connect people with virtually zero-transaction cost so that money behaves more like information.

The elite and high-class do not view money with the assumption that it will depreciate in value necessarily. They look for wise investment strategies like Real Estate and Business where their money can compound itself and return to them after they've "spent it."

The beautiful thing about money is that it remains in existence even after its left "our hands." Once it flows to another "agent" in the economy, it can still end up returning to us. The downside of these large corporations is that as they advance so much more quickly than the smaller businesses and consumers may be able to, money can get trapped in these companies' bank accounts.

I believe that bitcoin technology will help us form more productive B2B style relationships between small businesses and entrepreneurs.

These micro-transactions will invigorate the local economy and connect small businesses even if they exist on opposite sides of the planet.

#Economics #Money #Finance #Bitcoin

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Mitochondria and nuerons need to keep synchronized with the energy systems and other nuerons, just as the smartgrid uses GPS and atomic clocks to synchronize phase-in and phase-out of grid segments.

#Tinnitus #Mitochondria #Neurons

credit: +dr jack kruse

Tinnitus is the brain trying to heal itself but it cannot. Tinnitus arises when this flexibility goes bad inside of the mitochondria. It's mitochondria in Ammon's horn looking for the right frequency so mitochondria can increase tunneling speeds and become better able to use beta oxidation for fats and the TCA cycle for glucose. The key to understanding neuronal function is understanding how a reflex organizes the entire nervous system. This goes back to the work of Sherrington in the 19th century. Bereft of incoming signals, the neurons lose the feedback control and they begin to do things they usually... more »

Mitochondria and nuerons need to keep synchronized with the energy systems and other nuerons, just as the smartgrid uses GPS and atomic clocks to synchronize phase-in and phase-out of grid segments.

#Tinnitus #Mitochondria #Neurons

credit: +dr jack kruse

Tinnitus is the brain trying to heal itself but it cannot. Tinnitus arises when this flexibility goes bad inside of the mitochondria. It's mitochondria in Ammon's horn looking for the right frequency so mitochondria can increase tunneling speeds and become better able to use beta oxidation for fats and the TCA cycle for glucose. The key to understanding neuronal function is understanding how a reflex organizes the entire nervous system. This goes back to the work of Sherrington in the 19th century. Bereft of incoming signals, the neurons lose the feedback control and they begin to do things they usually would not. This is what gives the phantom sounds of tinnitus. Neurons tuned to the tinnitus frequency in the auditory cortex became less active, thus this alters the reflex arc between the cochlea and the auditory cortex and brainstem. In all of these places, their is wide spread energy deficits in mitochondria that reduce the activity of neurons. Calcium efflux is usually behind this secondary effect of lower energy out put of tissues. It turns out out of the 5 senses hearing using the most energy because of its ability to distinguish waveforms is so sensitive. For example all humans can tell the difference between a sound that is 30 Hz or 60 Hz. The same is not true about our eyes and vision. Few people can sense the difference between a pulsing light at 30 cycles a second versus 60 cycles a second. http://discovermagazine.com/2010/oct/26-ringing-in-the-ears-goes-much-deeper___

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SciTech #ScienceSunday Digest - 41/2016.
Permalink here: http://www.scitechdigest.net/2016/10/time-crystals-robot-skill-acquisition.html

Time crystals, Robot skill acquisition, Heat shock proteins, Nanometer transistor, Advanced cell modelling, Quantum programming game, Bacteria influence brain, Cow-human hybrid vaccines, Graphene electrons refract, Diamond nanothread polymers.

1. Creating Time Crystals
A theoretical prediction from 2012 has been reduced to practise with the creation of the first time crystals from a chain of ytterbium atoms https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602541/physicists-create-worlds-first-time-crystal/. To think about time crystals, consider normal crystals as lowest energy state materials whose structure oscillates periodically in space. Likewise time crystals are lowest energy state materials whose structure oscillates periodically in time. The phenomenon exploits Anderson Localisation (worth reading up on), whose self-interference causes the atoms to appear localised in a single location. Finally, flipping the spins of the atoms established a periodic oscillation of spins along the chain, the period of which was double that of the original driving force, the only explanation of which was broken time symmetry caused by a time crystal.

2. Faster Robot Skill Acquisition
Google has a system that combines cloud robotics and deep learning platforms to facilitate general purpose skill learning across multiple robots http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/artificial-intelligence/google-wants-robots-to-acquire-new-skills-by-learning-from-each-other. In tests the ability to communicate and exchange experiences allowed the robots to learn more quickly and effectively. One of the additional strengths of this system is that the learning process benefits from a greater diversity of experiences as a result of different robots performing tasks in slightly different environments.

3. Benefits of Exogenous Heat Shock Protein
Heat shock proteins help to ensure correct protein function in the cell but typically decline with age and in neurons reduced activity can contribute to neurodegenerative disorders. Recent work in mice demonstrated intranasal delivery of heat shock protein enhanced mean and maximum lifespan, improved learning and memory, and facilitated improvements to locomotion and curiosity https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2016/10/heat-shock-protein-delivered-as-a-therapy-slows-aging-in-mice/. When delivered from middle-age maximum lifespan improved by 17%. This could be a fairly low-hanging piece of fruit therapeutically or enhancement-wise. Same with getting a hold of myostatin antibodies to boost your muscle mass by 20% https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2016/10/how-to-go-about-using-myostatin-antibodies-to-grow-muscle-today/.

4. Nanometer Transistor
Researchers have gone beyond the 5nm threshold for silicon transistors to create a functional 1nm transistor out of a carbon nanotube and molybdenum disulfide http://newscenter.lbl.gov/2016/10/06/smallest-transistor-1-nm-gate/. The structure utilises a single carbon nanotube as the gate, while a single sheet of molybdenum disulfide is the semiconductor, whose properties compared to silicon of lower dielectric constant and heavier effective electron mass facilitate scaling beyond what silicon is capable of. The latest gallium nitride technologies are also helping to take electronics far beyond what silicon is capable of http://www.nextbigfuture.com/2016/10/gallium-nitride-devices-can-reduce.html.

5. Advanced Cell Modelling
Biomolecular modelling and computational structural biology are approaching the level at which groups are starting to plan and create full realistic simulations of entire cells including all molecular structures and interactions http://www.nanowerk.com/news2/biotech/newsid=44719.php. Not only does such an effort help improve and shed light on a better fundamental understanding of the cell, but it will also improve the design and development of drugs and other therapeutic interventions. Due to the enormous complexity of such simulations the groups pursuing this are starting with the simplest possible prokaryotic cells.

6. Quantum Programming with Puzzles
MeQuanics is an online computer game that you can play to help, in a small way, to program future quantum computers https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602590/how-quantum-programing-turned-into-a-3-d-puzzle-game/. You do this by determining optimised qubit topologies that will form part of a large data set of optimised examples that comprise the very first training set for developing machine learning algorithms able to outperform humans in programming quantum computers. The basis is that a quantum program is basically a pattern of qubits in a lattice, and patterns that are topologically identical constitute the same quantum program, by optimising large qubit patterns to smaller but topologically identical patterns, smaller and thus more readily available quantum computers can be used to run that program.

7. Gut Bacteria Link to the Brain
This recent study tentatively links certain types of gut bacteria to neurodegeneration in the brain and proposes a theory for hos this might take place https://www.fightaging.org/archives/2016/10/theorizing-on-the-contribution-of-gut-bacteria-to-neurodegeneration/. Some bacteria produce a type of amyloid protein that is structurally similar to the amyloid protein found in human brains suffering Alzheimer’s disease, and there is a theory that these bacterial proteins can cause brain proteins to misfold via a process of cross-seeding. In studies on rats, those given gut bacteria that produce these proteins showed increased levels of amyloid-like protein in the intestine and brain, increased amyloid protein aggregates in the brain, and enhanced brain inflammation. It’d be good to find a naturally occurring model and intervene in the gut to stop or reverse the effect.

8. Vaccines from Cow-Human Hybrids
Cows genetically engineered to replace all of the genes that code for immune system antibody production with their human counterparts can quickly produce large amounts of human antibodies towards infectious disease pathogens https://www.technologyreview.com/s/602530/cows-engineered-with-human-genes-could-stop-our-next-disease-outbreak/. These human encoded antibodies can then be harvested from the animals by obtaining blood plasma and isolating the antibodies to produce a therapeutic drug for humans with the whole process taking two and a half months. I wonder if these process can produce the myostatin antibodies mentioned in #3 above? Each cow can produce up to 1,000 human doses of antibodies per month.

9. Optical Refraction of Graphene Electrons
Theoretical predications from 2007 have been experimentally verified by showing electrons travelling in graphene behave like light and can be made to exhibit negative refraction at conductor interfaces http://engineering.columbia.edu/news/james-hone-electrons-graphene. The electron density of a material plays a similar role to an optical index of refraction, and in this experiment as electrons passed a p-n semiconductor junction in graphene, an interface of high & low electron density, they exhibited negative refraction. Interesting applications like Veselago lenses might be possible with this. In related news, partnering graphene with boron nitride should produce a terahertz oscillator http://spectrum.ieee.org/nanoclast/semiconductors/materials/longtheorized-material-closes-the-terahertz-gap.

10. Diamond Nanothread Polymers
One dimensional diamond nanothreads were invented last year; long, one dimensional carbon molecules with diamond bond structures that are incredibly strong yet very brittle. New research introduces deliberate defects into these diamond nanothreads with hydrogen atoms that results in kinks in the chain forming at those positions and the threads becoming more flexible as a result https://www.qut.edu.au/science-engineering/about/news/news?news-id=110322. Changing the spacing of the defects allows the group to tune the flexibility as well as the thermal conductivity, binding sites for polymers, and other tensile properties. Scale up is an obvious issue but potential applications include incredibly strong composites and polymers and even a better candidate material for a space elevator.

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Possibilities for Anti-Aging and Optimal Health.

Such exciting research has been coming out of the labs recently.

Possibilities for Anti-Aging and Optimal Health.

Such exciting research has been coming out of the labs recently.___

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#AntiAging
#LifeExtension
#Longevity
#Health

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#AntiAging
#LifeExtension
#Longevity
#Health

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As much as Alzheimer's, sleep disorders, and low energy are plaguing people these days, you would think that there is some kind of super-bug plaguing the human race. What if there are some simple solutions for these issues?

The reason for a lot of the brain disorders we see today are related with a dysfunction in the brain's lymphatic system. This network of vessels and gaps between the cells is where the CSF or Cerebrospinal Fluid makes contact with the neurons and entangles information in a crystalline matrix.

Conscious Swallowing
Head Massage
Chiropracty
Focus consciously on slow rhythmic breathing
Focus on lungs area and heart area. (especially after cardio. Maybe laying on belly.)

As much as Alzheimer's, sleep disorders, and low energy are plaguing people these days, you would think that there is some kind of super-bug plaguing the human race. What if there are some simple solutions for these issues?

The reason for a lot of the brain disorders we see today are related with a dysfunction in the brain's lymphatic system. This network of vessels and gaps between the cells is where the CSF or Cerebrospinal Fluid makes contact with the neurons and entangles information in a crystalline matrix.

Conscious Swallowing
Head Massage
Chiropracty
Focus consciously on slow rhythmic breathing
Focus on lungs area and heart area. (especially after cardio. Maybe laying on belly.)___

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Earth’s Climate Exceeded Its Tipping Point and Nobody Cares
The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has stayed above the tipping point and ensures it will never return below it in our lifetimes.

#400ppm   #ClimateChange   #Environment   #Science  

Earth’s Climate Exceeded Its Tipping Point and Nobody Cares
The concentration of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere has stayed above the tipping point and ensures it will never return below it in our lifetimes.

#400ppm   #ClimateChange   #Environment   #Science  ___

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What is Autophagy and what can mastering it do for you?
Hints: Boost your #Immunity #LoseWeight and #Regenerate

Autophagy (or autophagocytosis) (from the Ancient Greek αὐτόφαγος autóphagos, meaning "self-devouring"[1] and κύτος kýtos, meaning "hollow"[2]), is the natural, regulated, destructive mechanism of the cell that disassembles unnecessary or dysfunctional components.[3]

Autophagy allows the orderly degradation and recycling of cellular components

How do we promote Autophagy?

Autophagy/PhagoCytosis - See Notes

- Enzymes*** (Proteolytic Enzymes)
- Magnesium
- Zinc
- Supplemental Enzymes
- Raw Foods
- CoQ10
- Avocados
- MCT oil
- Fat Burning Mode (Ketosis)
- DHA (Omega 3)
- Calorie Deficit
- Olive Oil
- CoQ10
- Oxaloacetate
-Citrulline Malla... more »

What is Autophagy and what can mastering it do for you?
Hints: Boost your #Immunity #LoseWeight and #Regenerate

Autophagy (or autophagocytosis) (from the Ancient Greek αὐτόφαγος autóphagos, meaning "self-devouring"[1] and κύτος kýtos, meaning "hollow"[2]), is the natural, regulated, destructive mechanism of the cell that disassembles unnecessary or dysfunctional components.[3]

Autophagy allows the orderly degradation and recycling of cellular components

How do we promote Autophagy?

Autophagy/PhagoCytosis - See Notes

- Enzymes*** (Proteolytic Enzymes)
- Magnesium
- Zinc
- Supplemental Enzymes
- Raw Foods
- CoQ10
- Avocados
- MCT oil
- Fat Burning Mode (Ketosis)
- DHA (Omega 3)
- Calorie Deficit
- Olive Oil
- CoQ10
- Oxaloacetate
- Citrulline Mallate
- Artichoke


Autophagy is involved with Cell Regeneration and maintenance. To promote a body able to continually stay young and healthy, we need to be able to recycle our cell parts. This can also avoid cancerous conditions in the body. Regenerating our cells is within our body's natural abilities and as long as we promote it through diet, we'll keep regenerating healing through these natural forces.___

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“Spectacular achievement is always preceded by unspectacular preparation.”

“Spectacular achievement is always preceded by unspectacular preparation.”___

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The Rejuvenation Path

The body naturally repairs itself by recycling proteins, and regenerating itself at the cellular level using Stem Cells from our bone marrow. Even so, as we age, the process of aging will add up and contribute to the breakdown of our organs and tissues and the repair process won't be able to keep up. If we support these natural regeneration systems, we will be able to slow the aging processes and indeed reverse certain damages by helping our body heal itself.

The Rejuvenation Path

The body naturally repairs itself by recycling proteins, and regenerating itself at the cellular level using Stem Cells from our bone marrow. Even so, as we age, the process of aging will add up and contribute to the breakdown of our organs and tissues and the repair process won't be able to keep up. If we support these natural regeneration systems, we will be able to slow the aging processes and indeed reverse certain damages by helping our body heal itself.___

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If we connect to our experiences and to each other in similar ways as an AI or its subpart (neurons) connect or API's connect, then our connections with other systems is paramount to our evolutionary trajectory within the superconscious mind "framework" which people tend to call "The Matrix"

If we connect to our experiences and to each other in similar ways as an AI or its subpart (neurons) connect or API's connect, then our connections with other systems is paramount to our evolutionary trajectory within the superconscious mind "framework" which people tend to call "The Matrix"___

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Day 1 of Bay Area Deep Learning School

20 odds hours (over 2 days) of deep learning if you have the time.

Day 1 speakers include Hugo Larochelle, Andrej Karpathy, Richard Socher, Sherry Moore, Ruslan Salakhutdinov and Andrew Ng.

Day 1 of Bay Area Deep Learning School

20 odds hours (over 2 days) of deep learning if you have the time.

Day 1 speakers include Hugo Larochelle, Andrej Karpathy, Richard Socher, Sherry Moore, Ruslan Salakhutdinov and Andrew Ng.___

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New Record Low Solar Price – Costs Plunging Faster Than Expected

The latest record is an incredibly low bid of 2.42 cents / kwh solar electricity in Abu Dhabi. That is an unsubsidized price. Let me put that in perspective. The cost of electricity from a new natural gas powerplant in the US is now estimated at 5.6 cents / kwh. (pdf link) That is with historically low natural gas prices in the US, which are far lower than the price of natural gas in the rest of the world. This new bid in Abu Dhabi is less than half the price of electricity from a new natural gas plant. What’s more, it’s less than the cost of the fuel burned in a natural gas plant to make electricity – without even considering the cost of building the plant in the first place. The solar bid in Abu Dhabi is not just the cheapest solar power contract ever signed – it’s the cheapest contract for electricity eversigned, any... more »

New Record Low Solar Price – Costs Plunging Faster Than Expected

The latest record is an incredibly low bid of 2.42 cents / kwh solar electricity in Abu Dhabi. That is an unsubsidized price. Let me put that in perspective. The cost of electricity from a new natural gas powerplant in the US is now estimated at 5.6 cents / kwh. (pdf link) That is with historically low natural gas prices in the US, which are far lower than the price of natural gas in the rest of the world. This new bid in Abu Dhabi is less than half the price of electricity from a new natural gas plant. What’s more, it’s less than the cost of the fuel burned in a natural gas plant to make electricity – without even considering the cost of building the plant in the first place. The solar bid in Abu Dhabi is not just the cheapest solar power contract ever signed – it’s the cheapest contract for electricity ever signed, anywhere on planet earth, using any technology.___

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Is anyone else experiencing trouble when using Google Hangouts Dialer to make phone calls from mobile?

It usually seems to take a few tries to actually dial and then the times it does connect and ring, the person will answer and the phone call will last me about 5 seconds until it apparently times out and drops the call. Any tips? I am on stable WiFi btw so it should have a good connection.

Is anyone else experiencing trouble when using Google Hangouts Dialer to make phone calls from mobile?

It usually seems to take a few tries to actually dial and then the times it does connect and ring, the person will answer and the phone call will last me about 5 seconds until it apparently times out and drops the call. Any tips? I am on stable WiFi btw so it should have a good connection.___

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Well here where I'm at it's 93° outside. Thankfully I am indoors in air conditioning now but after my bike ride, I was obviously very sweaty.

Anyway, I thought I'd share a Public Service Announcement based on some research I was doing this afternoon. Clearly, we know that a lot of water is lost through sweating (and through breathing) on these very hot days. And we know about the electrolytes we need to replace: Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium. But did you know about the importance of Iodine? Iodine can be lost when we sweat. It is important for your thyroid, which you have probably heard about. It's also integral to the process of synthesizing heat-shock proteins which help your body cope with the stresses of heat outside.

On another note, Iodine is super-beneficial for the brain. It's actually considered a #Nootropic ! It can help with alertness level. Your ability... more »

Well here where I'm at it's 93° outside. Thankfully I am indoors in air conditioning now but after my bike ride, I was obviously very sweaty.

Anyway, I thought I'd share a Public Service Announcement based on some research I was doing this afternoon. Clearly, we know that a lot of water is lost through sweating (and through breathing) on these very hot days. And we know about the electrolytes we need to replace: Sodium, Potassium, Magnesium. But did you know about the importance of Iodine? Iodine can be lost when we sweat. It is important for your thyroid, which you have probably heard about. It's also integral to the process of synthesizing heat-shock proteins which help your body cope with the stresses of heat outside.

On another note, Iodine is super-beneficial for the brain. It's actually considered a #Nootropic ! It can help with alertness level. Your ability to do well on an exam or memorize new information could be predicated on you having an optimal Iodine status. It's especially important for expecting mothers (pre-natal) and for young children. Iodine deficiency is actually pretty common in the US even though we add Iodine to our Salt. Iodine supplementation is almost guaranteed to help you become more intelligent and help you increase your IQ. Deficiency of Iodine is the number one cause of mental retardation and brain deformities. In less severe cases, Iodine deficiency can cause symptoms like hair loss, coldness of the hands or feet, and poor sleep quality.

Iodine is especially important also for those reaching puberty because it regulates the Thyroid gland which is involved in growth of the body.

#TheMoreYouKnow #KnowledgeIsPower #Health #OptimalHumanPerformance #Iodine #BioHacking

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“Focus on Today for Success Next Year” @ajcarpy2005 https://medium.com/@ajcarpy2005/focus-on-today-for-success-next-year-46dff400bb79

“Focus on Today for Success Next Year” @ajcarpy2005 https://medium.com/@ajcarpy2005/focus-on-today-for-success-next-year-46dff400bb79___

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Aging:

Aging is inevitable; Staying Youthful is Absolutely Within Your Reach

Scientists have categorized aging into 4 active problems:
Chronic inflammation
A build-up of fibrous tissue
Thickening of blood
Weakening of the immune system


Aubrey de Grey:
cell loss or atrophy (without replacement)
oncogenic nuclear mutations and epimutations
cell senescence (Death-resistant cells)
mitochondrial mutations
Intracellular junk or junk inside cells (lysosomal aggregates)
extracellular junk or junk outside cells (extracellular aggregates)
random extracellular cross-linking

Toxin Build-up kind of sums up the aging process

Oxidative Stress (or molecular/chemical entropy) as a central role in aging processes:

Strong Antioxidants:
Red Grapes
Chaga Mushroom Extract (Advanced)... more »

Aging:

Aging is inevitable; Staying Youthful is Absolutely Within Your Reach

Scientists have categorized aging into 4 active problems:
Chronic inflammation
A build-up of fibrous tissue
Thickening of blood
Weakening of the immune system


Aubrey de Grey:
cell loss or atrophy (without replacement)
oncogenic nuclear mutations and epimutations
cell senescence (Death-resistant cells)
mitochondrial mutations
Intracellular junk or junk inside cells (lysosomal aggregates)
extracellular junk or junk outside cells (extracellular aggregates)
random extracellular cross-linking

Toxin Build-up kind of sums up the aging process

Oxidative Stress (or molecular/chemical entropy) as a central role in aging processes:

Strong Antioxidants:
Red Grapes
Chaga Mushroom Extract (Advanced)
Brocolli
Pterostilbene
Glutathione
Vitamin C
CoQ10
Artichokes
Alpha-Lipoic-Acid
L-Carnitine
Melatonin
Earthing
Olive Oil
C60 Buckminister Fullerenes in Olive Oil (Advanced)
Resveratrol (Muscadine Grapes are best source)
Biological systems which are most susceptible to oxidative stress & significantly contribute to aging as a cause of death
Brain (& eyes)
Heart
Mitochondria
Mitochondrial damage presents itself first in energy intensive organs of the body such as the brain and heart first...explaining those organs being most affected during the “natural” aging process
Cell Walls
Myelin
Antioxidants
Glutathione
Vitamin C
CoQ10
Artichokes
Telomeres

Theories of aging
Mitochondria
Telomere shortening
Oxidative Stress
Cellular debris
Endocrine
Immunilogical
Pathogenic
Cross-linking of proteins
DNA damage (mitochondria DNA is extra-vulnerable)
Network theory of aging
Reproductive cell-cycle

Other strategies to prevent/reverse aging
Calorie restriction
Cold
Exercise
Meditation (stress reduction)
Rationing of sexual stimulation/ejaculation (reduce activation of HGH axis & hormonal turnover)
Earthing/Grounding (reduce inflammation)
Meditation (huge positive epigenetic impact; When we activate the Relaxation Response in our Nervous System, we begin to reduce stressful hormones, change the thoughts which control what kinds of chemicals our brain and body produces throughout the day and literally TEACHES the body what it means to be happy, healthy, and successful. When we become conscious of and responsible for the way that we are feeling, we are able to have power over our thoughts and feelings and affect our own health all the way down to the core of our being!___

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