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Oct 2, 2022

Michel Colombier — Colossus: The Forbin Project OST (1970) (bootleg)

Posted by in categories: government, military, nuclear weapons, robotics/AI, supercomputing

Once the first artificial super intelligence is created it will help us recursively improve ourselves and then the post human millennium will begin.


Thinking this will prevent war, the US government gives an impenetrable supercomputer total control over launching nuclear missiles. But what the computer does with the power is unimaginable to its creators.

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Sep 30, 2022

Detecting Proof Of Life In Mars Samples May Be Well-Nigh Impossible

Posted by in categories: government, robotics/AI, space

Finding definitive evidence for past primitive life in ancient Mars rock and soil samples may be well-nigh impossible, renowned geologist and astrobiologist Frances Westall told me at the recent Europlanet Science Congress (EPSC) in Granada, Spain. And she should know. Westall is someone who still claims the discovery of Earth’s oldest-known microfossils, dating back some 3.45-billion-years ago.

But it’s hard enough to identify primitive microfossils in Earth’s oldest rocks, much less from robotic samples taken on Mars. Thus, if we have a hard time identifying past life on Earth, what hope do we have of doing it with Mars samples?

“I think it’s going to be really difficult,” said Westall, a researcher at France’s Center for Molecular Biophysics in Orleans. “I can tell you, there’s going to be a lot of arguments about it.”

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Sep 29, 2022

NASA, SpaceX to Study Hubble Telescope Reboost Possibility

Posted by in categories: government, space travel

NASA and SpaceX signed an unfunded Space Act Agreement Thursday, Sept. 22, to study the feasibility of a SpaceX and Polaris Program idea to boost the agency’s Hubble Space Telescope into a higher orbit with the Dragon spacecraft, at no cost to the government.

Sep 28, 2022

CDC Newsroom

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, government, health

This talks about the 2022 polio outbreak in NYC and it’s surrounding areas due to low vaccinations to the virus.


CDC public health news, press releases, government public health news, medical and disease news, story ideas, photos.

Sep 25, 2022

Report: CCP recruited dozens of scientists from top US nuclear lab

Posted by in categories: government, military

According to a revealing private intelligence report published by Strider Technologies, at least 154 Chinese scientists who worked on U.S. government-sponsored research at the country’s top national security laboratory have been recruited to perform scientific work in China. They are working on the design and manufacture of nuclear weapons, which is considered a high national security risk.

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Sep 23, 2022

Tokyo builds an eco-friendly high-end technology city on the bay

Posted by in categories: climatology, governance, government, health, sustainability

It is scheduled to be completed by 2050.

Tokyo’s Metropolitan Government plans to build a high-tech, sustainable city on reclaimed land in its bay area — Tokyo Bay eSG. Announced in April 2021, the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is clearing the decks for action to make the city carbon-neutral and better able to withstand future climate and health crises.

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Sep 23, 2022

Miami clinic kicks off first national study of LSD, once a ‘public enemy,’ to treat anxiety

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, government, neuroscience

The gurus of the psychedelic era of American pop culture extolled the experience of the “acid trip.” But the U.S. government and much of the public remained leery of LSD, with President Nixon declaring it and assorted other drugs “public enemy No. 1.” Now, half a century after Nixon launched the War on Drugs, a Miami-area private research clinic has kicked off a federally approved clinical trial to test LSD as a possible treatment for generalized anxiety disorder.

Sep 22, 2022

China Launches World’s Fastest Quantum Computers | China’s Advancement In Quantum Computers #techno

Posted by in categories: government, mathematics, quantum physics, supercomputing

China Launches World’s Fastest Quantum Computers | China’s Advancement In Quantum Computers #technology.

“Techno Jungles”

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Sep 20, 2022

James Webb Space Telescope captures first images of Mars, and the results are phenomenal

Posted by in categories: government, space

Webb can image the entire planet at once in high resolution at a short exposure time, allowing for the study of dust storms, weather patterns and seasonal changes.

The James Webb Space Telescope has captured its first images and spectra of Mars, revealing atmospheric data that previous instruments couldn’t detect.

Captured with its Near InfraRed Camera, or NIRCam instrument from JWST’s position around a million miles (1.6 million kilometers) from Mars, on September 5, along with data from its Near InfraRed Spectrometer (NIRSpec), the images were released on Monday, September 19, at the Europlanet Science Congress 2022.

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Sep 14, 2022

Losing to China in AI, Emerging Tech Will Cost U.S. Trillions, Threaten Security, Says Panel

Posted by in categories: biological, economics, government, military, robotics/AI, surveillance

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A grim future awaits the United States if it loses the competition with China on developing key technologies like artificial intelligence in the near future, the authors of a special government-backed study told reporters on Monday.

If China wins the technological competition, it can use its advancements in artificial intelligence and biological technology to enhance its own country’s economy, military and society to the determent of others, said Bob Work, former deputy defense secretary and co-chair of the Special Competitive Studies Project, which examined international artificial intelligence and technological competition. Work is the chair of the U.S. Naval Institute Board of Directors.

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