July 2014 part 3

Silicon may be the prime candidate for compiling quibits, which lay at the heart of Quantum Computing....

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Silicon may be the prime candidate for compiling quibits, which lay at the heart of Quantum Computing....

►read more about it here:  http://bit.ly/1n8wTCP

Transhumanism: Hummanities' insatiable struggle for self-improvement, which promotes self-preservation and survival...Come Join the Discussion....

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Transhumanism: Hummanities insatiable struggle for self-improvement, which promotes self-preservation and survival...Come Join the Discussion....

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Andrew BroekerCome for the transhumanism, stay for the opaque paranoid moderation

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Forest BergTranshumanism...so the idea of staving off death is labeled this? I think that we all would like to live a long and high quality life... heck..I'd love to live a few hundred years..but I'm wondering at what cost would that have for humanity...right now death is the doorway for new life to have opportunity. Death is an old friend and is not leaving anytime soon

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A team of researchers in the US are making a whole set of electronic organs on tiny plastic chips for safer, more efficient drug testing.

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A team of researchers in the US are making a whole set of electronic organs on tiny plastic chips for safer, more efficient drug testing.

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Martin L. BurgerRedickulius slow, one simple test ... How about a million tests at nano scale at once?

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Physicists S.J. Weber, Dressel, and Murch, along with a handful of other researchers, all working at Quantum Nanoelectronics Laboratory, Department of Physics, (University of California), utilized an experimental technique that allows scientists to accurately measure quantum trajectories - (transitional periods, during which particles interchange between states of superposition and/or classical 'either/or' spin states).....

Quantum Trajectory Definition: (as described in D Bouwmeester and G Nienhuis paper, indicative of the quantum states of particles which make up radiation fields ==>> "quantum trajectory
is a combination of neoclassical decay and quantum jumps"(Bouwmeester)....A single quantum trajectory is obtained by considering a sequence of atomic evolutions over many tiny, infinitesimal time intervals:
==>>>The term, 'Atomic Evolution' simply refers to the phase transition which occurs during these tiny time intervals in which two factors are considered (1) the point in which an atom transitions from an excited state to a ground state and (2) the period in which the amplitude and frequency of atomic energy are measured, to which the system can be characterized into a distinct wave equation....this particular wave equation gives rise an intricate series of nonlinear differential equations in which time (t) is the independent variable that changes...As Bouwmeester states, it is within these Diff. Eq, to which no sizable quantum jump activity occurs....[Nick]

►read phys.org article here: bit.ly/1xAPpJU

►(Nature article): bit.ly/UBRSHb

Quantum Trajectories and the Equations associated with them:

►(D Bouwmeester and G Nienhuis paper): web.physics.ucsb.edu/~quopt/sing.pdf

►Simple model of Quantum Trajectories by Todd A. Brun:
arxiv.org/pdf/quant-ph/0108132v1.pdf
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Fermilab Physicist, Arlen Warner has introduced an environmentally safe method of removing spilled crude oil from our world's oceans. This method does not remove harmful chemicals like Corexit, which are used by most oil companies today...Tiny magnetic nodes could be placed along a vast body of water, while powerful electrical currents could flow through an interconnected boon, allowing metal nodes to accomplish a form of Brownian reaction which attracts the surrounding crude oil, carrying the oil aggregate mixture toward the magnetic boons...[Nick]

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Fermilab Physicist, Arlen Warner has introduced an environmentally safe method of removing spilled crude oil from our worlds oceans.  This method does not remove harmful chemicals like Corexit, which are used by most oil companies today...Tiny magnetic nodes could be placed along a vast body of water, while powerful electrical currents could flow through an interconnected boon, allowing metal nodes to accomplish a form of Brownian reaction which attracts the surrounding crude oil, carrying the oil aggregate mixture toward the magnetic boons...[Nick]

►read more here: http://1.usa.gov/1xABPGs

Rest in peace Fatima. You were far too young and had far too much promise in your short but brilliant life. For those who knew who you were you were an inspiration, you were beautiful, you were brilliant. What a cold uncaring universe that would have you murdered at 30,000 feet above the so-called People's Republic of Donetsk by a Russian made surface to air missile. . Gone but not forgotten... ... See MoreSee Less

Fatima Dyczynski is an Aerospace Engineering Master Student at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands in Europe. She is also a creative space enth...

Big news on higher-temperature Superconductivity: Super-Conductivity is both directionally dependent, and uses magnetic force to accomplish coupling of electrons (Cooper-Paring of heavy-fermion particles). This has been theoretically predicted for quite some time...NOW it has been experimentally verified using a metal conductor. A well-known quantum phenomenon, Cooper-Pairing, underlies the mechanism behind conductivity in certain metal alloy materials. Usually, this process is closely studied under sub-zero temperatures in order to provide substantial environmental conditions, allowing for optimal superconductivity ==>> with experimental verification of the process, a key material was used (an metal alloy comprised of the elements Cerium, Indium, and Cobalt), confirming the theoretical framework developed by physicist at the University of Illinois....The theoretical framework developed by Morr and Van Dyke (for short), uses a series of complex equations which describe both the motion and magnetic coupling of electrons....Overall, KNOWING that (1) superconductivity depends on direction of magnetism and (2) the strength of force of magnetism (in order to accomplish fermion pairing), gives scientists and researchers a foundation to test other conductive materials in higher temperatures, the most desired preference being @room temperature......

►Read here for more info: bit.ly/1k6jAaX

►Read arXiv paper (findings) here: arxiv.org/abs/1405.5883
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The huge Sunshield test unit for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has been successfully unfurled for the first time in a key milestone ahead of the launch scheduled for October 2018.

The five layered Sunshield is the largest component of the observatory and acts like a parasol. Its purpose is to protect Webb from the suns heat and passively cool the telescope and its quartet of sensitive science instruments via permanent shade to approximately 45 kelvins, -380 degrees F, -233 C. Read more: ►http://buff.ly/1nVEZTH
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The huge Sunshield test unit for NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) has been successfully unfurled for the first time in a key milestone ahead of the launch scheduled for October 2018.

 The five layered Sunshield is the largest component of the observatory and acts like a parasol. Its purpose is to protect Webb from the suns heat and passively cool the telescope and its quartet of sensitive science instruments via permanent shade to approximately 45 kelvins, -380 degrees F, -233 C. Read more: ►http://buff.ly/1nVEZTH

Very neat read. "The dawn of Quantum Biology"

On the face of it, quantum effects and living organisms seem
to occupy utterly different realms. The former are usually
observed only on the nanometre scale, surrounded by hard
vacuum, ultra-low temperatures and a tightly controlled laboratory
environment. The latter inhabit a macroscopic world that is warm,
messy and anything but controlled. A quantum phenomenon such as
‘coherence’, in which the wave patterns of every part of a system stay in step, wouldn’t last a microsecond in the tumultuous realm of the cell....Or so everyone thought. But discoveries in recent years suggest that Quantum effects take place in almost every biological system ever discovered....

►Read: www.nature.com/news/2011/110615/pdf/474272a.pdf
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Very neat read. The dawn of Quantum Biology

On the face of it, quantum effects and living organisms seem 
 to occupy utterly different realms. The former are usually 
 observed only on the nanometre scale, surrounded by hard 
 vacuum, ultra-low temperatures and a tightly controlled laboratory 
 environment. The latter inhabit a macroscopic world that is warm, 
 messy and anything but controlled. A quantum phenomenon such as 
‘coherence’, in which the wave patterns of every part of a system stay in step, wouldn’t last a microsecond in the tumultuous realm of the cell....Or so everyone thought. But discoveries in recent years suggest that Quantum effects take place in almost every biological system ever discovered....

►Read: http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110615/pdf/474272a.pdf

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Just what is a Neutrino? What is its purpose, and more importantly, what is its significance as a systemic piece of the Standard Model? Neutrino Physics has become one of the most researched topics in particle/Quantum field physics, allowing both particle and theoretical physicists alike to better understand the Standard Model......

[Formal Definition]
"A neutrino is an electrically neutral, weakly interacting elementary subatomic particle with half-integer spin. The neutrino is denoted by the Greek letter ν."

►(2014 - SM violation and Neutrinos) bit.ly/1redOEX
►(Gaurdian Article - 2011) bit.ly/UjlDvW
►(Neutrinos from the Sun - 1969) bit.ly/1rsMW5U

***Further Reading****
►http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/9906509v1.pdf
►(Wiki Definition) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino
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Just what is a Neutrino? What is its purpose, and more importantly, what is its significance as a systemic piece of the Standard Model? Neutrino Physics has become one of the most researched topics in particle/Quantum field physics, allowing both particle and theoretical physicists alike to better understand the Standard Model......

 [Formal Definition]
 A neutrino is an electrically neutral, weakly interacting elementary subatomic particle with half-integer spin. The neutrino is denoted by the Greek letter ν.

►(2014 - SM violation and Neutrinos)  http://bit.ly/1redOEX
►(Gaurdian Article - 2011) http://bit.ly/UjlDvW
►(Neutrinos from the Sun - 1969) http://bit.ly/1rsMW5U

 ***Further Reading****
►http://arxiv.org/pdf/hep-ph/9906509v1.pdf
►(Wiki Definition) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neutrino

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Radical Science NewsDetecting Neutrinos....

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This is bismuth, a brittle metal with an iridescent oxide tarnish that produces rainbow colours. It's the most naturally diamagnetic metal in the world, which means it can create a magnetic field in opposition to an externally applied magnetic field.

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This is bismuth, a brittle metal with an iridescent oxide tarnish that produces rainbow colours. Its the most naturally diamagnetic metal in the world, which means it can create a magnetic field in opposition to an externally applied magnetic field.

►Read more: http://bit.ly/1txDo0 

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Sinan AkkayaMost diamagnetic material on earth and metal with strongest "hall effect" .. Bismuth .. diamagnetic, because high dielectric inertia !! = extremely low magnetic permeability. !! but bismuth is AS attracted to a magnet , centripetally and along the dielectric inertial plane as is another "magnet. Bismuth only repells centrifugal divergent magnetism , as such the concept of bismuth being "extremely diamagnetic" is only HALF accurate. Bismuth, the Universe's heaviest stable element sits at a inter-atomic MAXIMUM magneto-dielectric perfection with the HIGHEST POSSIBLE dielectric inertia in an element ..... protons being magnetically dominant, the addition of ONE mere proton causes Bismuth to transform into Insanely deadly radioactive Polonium. 1 proton separates out bismuth with a half life of 20 BILLION BILLION YEARS, safe, non-toxic.. 100% of everything heavier than bismuth is both absurdly unstable and deadly and usually both. This MOST dense STABLE element has some "magic" properties far yet still UNdiscovered. WHAT IS DIELECTRIC INERTIA ??????????? you only have to ask yourself "WHAT IS THE EXTREME OPPOSITE IMPLICATION OF RADIATION/MAGNETISM" ?

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