Could we soon send emails ‘telepathically’? Scientist transmits message into the mind of a colleague 5,000 miles away using brain waves
- Scientists used EEG headsets to record electrical activity in the brain
- Electrical activity from words ‘hola’ and ‘ciao’ were converted into binary
- The greeting was sent from Thiruvananthapuram, India to Strasbourg
- A computer translated the message and then used electrical stimulation to implant it in the receiver’s mind, appearing as specific flashes of light
- According to the researchers, this is the first time humans have sent a message almost directly into each other’s brains
Brain-wave sensing machines have been used to ‘telepathically’ control everything from real-life helicopters to characters in a computer game.
Now the technology has gone a step further by allowing someone in India to send an email to his colleague in France using nothing but the power of his mind.
The researchers used electroencephalography (EEG) headsets to record electrical activity from neurons firing in the brain, and convert the words ‘hola’ and ‘ciao’ into binary.
In EEG, electrical currents in the brain are linked with different thoughts that are then fed into a computer interface. This computer analyses the signal and controls an action.
In the latest study, published in Plos One, researchers decided to replace the computer interface with another brain to receive the signals.
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- Controversial academic has claimed life on Earth is of extraterrestrial origin
- This is based on the finding of plankton on the exterior of the ISS this week
- Previously Russian experts had said the organisms must have drifted up to the Russian segment of the station from Earth on air currents
- But Professor Wickramasinghe says they likely came from outer space
- He says this is proof of the theory of panspermia, that life on Earth did not begin on our planet but instead was brought from elsewhere in the cosmos
- However a theory for the origin of the plankton has not been agreed upon
- It may just be a case of contamination from the US part of the station
Scientists have controversially claimed that life on Earth originated in space after plankton were found on the exterior of the ISS.
Earlier this week cosmonauts announced they had found the microorganisms living on one of the windows of the Russian segment of the space station.
And while the exact origin of these critters is still unknown, it has been claimed they may have come from outer space – supposedly like life on Earth.
Experiments have previously shown bacteria can survive outside our planet, but this is thought to be the first time more complex life has been found this far out in space.
Their exact origin is not yet known and will require further study – although it may just be contamination from the American segment of the ISS.
How do I say this in a short way…..it’s probably not possible but I will try.
We humans weren’t the first species on this globe like the bible likes to tell us, also the dinosaurs weren’t the first species on this globe.
Let me tell you something stranger than this…even the unicellular organisms weren’t the first life forms on this globe!
While a rock which was swirling aimlessly through space, galactic vibrations woke up the crystals and minerals in that rock.
Those crystals and minerals created a resonance inside the rock and slowly a magnetic field was created around this rock.
Strong energies like the Northern Lights was present to created a balance was a fact after a while and evolution was a fact!
With these ultra-sounds and ultra-lights life found a way to exists in energy…and with Tachyon this life was walking the frequencies of energy, sound and light.
The radiation of the sun started a life form created with heat and light what created a different kind of creature.
After this the unicellular organisms started to evolve with and without the influence of bacteria from other planets.
Thus yes, we being the aliens is more plausible than the little gray creatures with those big black eyes.
….but we weren’t the first life-forms on this globe.
Physics is COOL! Molecules chilled to coldest temperature ever recorded at 2.5 thousandths of a degree above absolute zero
- Scientists at Yale University have created the world’s coldest molecules
- Based in Connecticut the experiment chilled them to almost absolute zero
- It is the coldest temperature ever recorded for any molecule
- The physicists used a laser system to trap the molecules and cool them
- And it could prompt new research into areas such as quantum chemistry
Physicists have succeeded in chilling molecules to the coldest temperature ever reported.
The experiment lowered the temperature of selected molecules to 2.5 thousands of a degree above absolute zero.
And the result could prompt new research in areas ranging from quantum chemistry to tests of the most basic theories in particle physics.
The research, published in the journal Nature, was conducted by scientists at Yale University in Connecticut.
It involved dropping the temperature of strontium monofluoride with lasers in a process known as magneto-optical trapping (MOT).
At almost absolute zero (-273.15°C or -459.67°) they are the coldest molecules ever achieved through direct cooling, representing a physics milestone.
‘We can start studying chemical reactions that are happening at very near to absolute zero,’ said Dr Dave DeMille, a Yale physics professor and principal investigator.
‘We have a chance to learn about fundamental chemical mechanisms.’
Magneto-optical trapping has become very popular with atomic physicists in the past generation – but only at the single-atom level.
- This is according to Seth Shostak, a senior astronomer at Seti Institute
- Data suggests our galaxy has 40 billion planets with potential for life
- But finding these depends on sophisticated and expensive experiments
- ‘Sadly much of this reconnaissance hardware is still on the drawing boards, not in space,’ said Dr Shostak
While alien life can be seen nightly on television and in films, it has never been seen in space.
Not so much as a microbe, dead or alive, let alone a wrinkle-faced Klingon.
Despite this lack of protoplasmic presence, there are many researchers – sober, sceptical academics – who think that life beyond Earth is rampant.
They suggest proof may come within a generation. These scientists support their sunny point of view with a few astronomical facts that were unknown a generation ago.
In particular, and thanks largely to the success of Nasa’s Kepler space telescope, we can now safely claim that the universe is stuffed with temperate worlds.
In the past two decades, thousands of planets have been discovered around other stars. New ones are turning up at the rate of at least one a day.
More impressive than the tally is their sheer abundance. It seems the majority of stars have planets, implying the existence of a trillion of these small bodies in the Milky Way galaxy alone.
September 2013 I told you about an upcoming alien invasion as well as what the word ‘ Alien’ means…this invasion is N O W at you doorstep!
A closed society is
N O T what you think it is!
- TrueNorth is being hailed as the world’s first neurosynaptic computer chip because it can figure things out on its own
- Modern processors have 1.4 bn transistors and consume up to 140 watts but the IBM chip contains 5.4 bn transistors and uses just 70 milliwatts
- Richard Doherty, the research director of tech research firm Envisioneering Group, hailed IBM’s chip as a ‘really big deal’
IBM has developed a computer chip which it says will function like a human brain in a giant step forward for artificial intelligence.
TrueNorth is being hailed as the world’s first neurosynaptic computer chip because it can figure things out on its own.
The chip also has one million ‘neurons’ and could cram the same power as a super computer into a circuit the size of a postage stamp.
Experts said that it was as big an advance as the advent of supercomputers in the 1980.
Horst Simon, deputy director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, told the New York Times: ‘It is a remarkable achievement in terms of scalability and low power consumption’.
Modern processors have some 1.4 billion transistors and consume up to 140 watts but the IBM chip contains 5.4 billion transistors and uses just 70 milliwatts of power, meaning it is incredibly efficient.
TrueNorth will use closely interconnected ‘neurons’ just like the brain does meaning that it can work proactively to a level not seen before.
In addition to the one million ‘neurons’ it has 256 million programmable synapses, the most IBM has ever put in a chip.
Yesterday I went to an old castle in Torgau, Sachsen (Germany)
Unfortunately I couldn’t go in all the rooms because they were still busy to explore the vaults which are that lying beneath the castle.
Many of these vaults are flooded because of the tunnel that runs under the river the Elbe.
Than the guy who was standing in front of the entrance made a remark what made my day, he told a story of his mother having a book what describes the history of the castle and the many rooms there are in and underneath the castle.
He told me that in that book is a paragraph what what describes a ‘Zimmer mit Spiegeln’ (room with mirrors).
Was he talking about the ‘chamber of reflection’?
(Wikipedia; In the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite, the French Rite, and related jurisdictions, including Co-Masonry, the Chamber of Reflection is a small darkened room adjoining the Lodge room. It is a sombre place of meditation and reflection for candidates for initiation into Freemasonry, and is sometimes used in higher degrees. It contains, either literally or in representation, a skull, a sickle or scythe, an hourglass, bread and water, sulphur, salt and a cockerel (symbolising mercury), a lantern or candle, and the acronym V.I.T.R.I.O.L. Other texts or aphorisms may be written on the wall. Vitriol (sulphuric acid) is interpreted as “visita interiora terrae, rectificandoque, invenies occultum lapidem”, or “visit the interior of the earth, and rectifying it, you will find the hidden stone. Read more)
I have been to this castle before as many of you already know and found then the symbol of the Knight Templar’s.
This time I went a little bit deeper into the symbolism of the place and found out that this castle had definitely the influence of the Knight Templar’s because if you follow the ‘Bear paws’ (what is a symbol of wealth according to the Sioux Indians), you end up at a bank.
(the bridge in front of the castle was once used as a toll bridge)
I stared to follow the bear paws in reverse and ended up at the same church I found the Knight Tamplar symbol in the first place.
Many symbols like skulls and hourglasses were present in and around the church.
Than the I found something what was probably overlooked by many or ignored….I found a star map carved in the outer walls of the church!
It is not important when this was carved into the wall…the person who did this KNEW something more.
The question is WHAT did he or she knew?!
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Let me give you something to think about for a moment…
People say to be afraid of demons, aliens…well monsters in general.
We a humans are afraid of strange life forms with claws and big teeth who will tear into pieces and eat you.
Life forms with long tails and with enormous eyes what will glow in the dark and drag you into the dark corners of their nests.
Now look at your dog…it has claws, big teeth, his or her eyes glow in the dark, it speaks a strange language, it has a tail to communicate with, it is fast and strong and eats raw meat, it can even kill you in your sleep if they want to but you are not afraid of your beloved pet.
Because your grew up with him or her and learnt to understand the ways of the dog…its likes and dislikes and treats it with respect.
You gave the animal a name, a place to sleep, you feed it, you go to the vet as soon as he or she is sick…you treat it as a family member while you know that this animal is capable of killing you in a blink of an eye and still you are not afraid.
Now what if we would look at other life forms this way which are as old as this globe is.
Right, action is reaction…different kind of life forms are capable of living together with respect and without fear.
If we are capable of living together a balanced utopia can be achieved, a world without fear and with respect for ALL living things including (for you) strange customs.
The difficulty lies in the simplicity
Smartphones are ‘futile and distract us from what’s important’: Pope warns young people about using gadgets too much
- Pope Francis made the claims on Tuesday to German altar servers
- He urged young people not to waste ‘too many hours on futile things’
- Futile activities included chatting on the web and phones, and watching TV
- The Pope continued that time is a gift from God and should be used for ‘good actions’
Pope Francis has previously been an outspoken advocate about the benefits of Twitter and the way the web can bring people together – but has now warned of the dangers such activities can bring.
Speaking to German altar servers, the pontiff said young people ‘waste too many hours on futile things’ and this is distracting them from ‘what is really important’.
He added that futile activities include chatting on the internet and smartphones, and watching TV soap operas.
During an address to the 50,000 young servers, who are on a pilgrimage to Rome, Pope Francis said: ‘Our life is made up of time, and time is a gift from God, so it is important that it be used in good and fruitful actions.’
He continued that these activities ‘should simplify and improve the quality of life, but distract attention away from what is really important.’
Watch the birdie: Eagle-eyed photographer catches incredible pictures of orchid that looks just like a bird
- Photographer Christian Kneidinger, 50, captured images in Linz, Austria
- He was trying to focus on colours but after a closer look spotted the ‘bird’
- Centre of pink moth orchid shows an optical illusion of animal in flight
- Showed other visitors at Botanical Garden who could not believe it
- Said he was surprised and ‘never expected to see something so magical’
An eagle-eyed photographer has captured these incredible pictures of an orchid that looks just like a bird.
Photographer Christian Kneidinger, 50, was taking pictures in a botanical garden in Linz, Austria, when he realised he was looking at something special.
Initially the software engineer was trying to focus on the colour of the flowers but after an hour he took a closer look at the pink moth orchid and noticed an optical illusion of a bird in its centre.