September 2014 part 1

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Would you leave your friends, family and planet behind to explore other worlds? Max Fagin is one of 700 finalists for the Mars One - Human Settlement of Mars mission, which will send pioneers on a one...

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Justin RuthstromJulius Cesar did it when he crossed the Rubicon, the Pilgrims did it when they set sail for the New World, this will be no more radical. And whose to say it will be a one way trip? With the exponential development of technology and a renewed interest in actually doing it, it will likely be no more than twenty years before they are given the opportunity to return to Earth as heroes whom songs and stories will be written about for the next thousand years! More importantly, it will ensure real commitment to space, not just a bunch of administrative toying with overpriced launch systems to keep defense contractors in special congressional districts happy.

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Peter CallahanREAL Space Act of 2013 "America needs another John F. Kennedy moment!" Watch this short documentary for free right now! topdocumentaryfilms.com/2nd-assassination-jfk/ The 2nd Assassination of JFK A documentary film on the end of the shuttle program, which has garnered critical acclaim culminating in winning top honors at an international film festival. A thought-provoking film that sheds light on the alarming end of the US manned space program. The 2nd Assassination of JFK is told candidly through the eyes of those living and working on Florida's Space Coast. The indie filmmaker delivers on the promise to highlight the program's importance to our nation's heritage and future, as well as the societal and financial implications of its demise. ### Here is an opportunity to provide your opinion! If you were setting a ten (10) year vision for NASA, what are your top three (3) priorities? Here are ours: 1) Return humans to the moon no later than 2022. 🇺🇸 2) Commit the United States to an executable plan that will result in a permanently manned base on the moon in the shortest possible time. 🇺🇸 3) Legislatively "lock in" #1 and #2 to make them impervious to changes in Congress and Presidential administrations. 🇺🇸 Our suggested priorities (described above) are parallel efforts. We look forward to reading your priorities and comments! www.facebook.com/RealSpaceAct2013

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Rodney BerryTake Gerevivify with him, and the proper foods, he will live centuries.. And build a Mighty Nation there, that will build space ships to visit us from time to time... Go to adamandevewordresearch.blogspot.com/ to learn of how aging now ends... Respect to all born of Adam/Atoms

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Non-invasive direct communication between human minds:

Over the last 15 years, technologies for non-invasive transmission of information from brains to computers have developed considerably, and today brain-computer interfaces embody a well-established, innovative field of study with many potential applications.
Here we show how to link two human minds directly by integrating two neurotechnologies: brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and computer-brain interfaces (CBI), These technologies fulfill three important conditions: (a) being non-invasive; (b) cortically based, and (c) consciously driven.

Figure. Brain-to-brain (B2B) communication system overview.
On the left, the BCI subsystem is shown schematically, including electrodes over the motor cortex and the EEG amplifier/transmitter wireless box in the cap. Motor imagery of the feet codes the bit value 0, of the hands codes bit value 1. On the right, the CBI system is illustrated, highlighting the role of coil orientation for encoding the two bit values. Communication between the BCI and CBI components is mediated by the internet.
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Non-invasive direct communication between human minds:

Over the last 15 years, technologies for non-invasive transmission of information from brains to computers have developed considerably, and today brain-computer interfaces embody a well-established, innovative field of study with many potential applications.
Here we show how to link two human minds directly by integrating two neurotechnologies: brain-computer interfaces (BCI) and computer-brain interfaces (CBI), These technologies fulfill three important conditions: (a) being non-invasive; (b) cortically based, and (c) consciously driven.

Figure. Brain-to-brain (B2B) communication system overview.
On the left, the BCI subsystem is shown schematically, including electrodes over the motor cortex and the EEG amplifier/transmitter wireless box in the cap. Motor imagery of the feet codes the bit value 0, of the hands codes bit value 1. On the right, the CBI system is illustrated, highlighting the role of coil orientation for encoding the two bit values. Communication between the BCI and CBI components is mediated by the internet.
[Courtesy of Initiative 2045 fb page]

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Morgan Mendozai love this subject and all related, i was involved into doing a big search about telekinesis

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History of wealth: from hunters & gatherers, barterers & traders, to the industrial age, which created Capitalism and its many manifestations.....from a historical perspective, this could very well lead us to believe that their will be other NEW economic models far different from the ones we currently have, either in the near future or (more than likely) distant future....

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History of wealth: from hunters & gatherers, barterers & traders, to the industrial age, which created Capitalism and its many manifestations.....from a historical perspective, this could very well lead us to believe that their will be other NEW economic models far different from the ones we currently have, either in the near future or (more than likely) distant future....

►read more about this here: http://bit.ly/1A00zZP

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Louis Rosas-GuyonExcellent post!

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Nicholas DavisThank You Cecile Tamura for this post....****

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"Google’s experimental self-driving cars will officially be allowed on California’s roads starting 16 September. They have driven more than 1 million kilometers since the company started secretly developing them in 2009, but they have been tested only once by a government body on open roads—by Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) officials in May 2012...."

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Google’s experimental self-driving cars will officially be allowed on California’s roads starting 16 September. They have driven more than 1 million kilometers since the company started secretly developing them in 2009, but they have been tested only once by a government body on open roads—by Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) officials in May 2012....

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Deborah RobertsIf they are on, I am off. They have no way to navigate a projectile heading straight to them.

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BIG ANOUNCEMENT FROM RADICAL SCIENCE NEWS: The Palo Alto prize had launched its youtube video!

The ultimate prize for anything you do in life is life itself. At least that is what the world of science is now begining to believe. For the first time ever there will be a global challenge to solve or cure aging. May the best lab or individual(s) win and may we all learn from one another to find a cure!!!!!!!!
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"....The ATLAS collaboration now reports an improved analysis of the same dataset, focusing on two Higgs decay paths: Higgs two photons, and Higgs two Z bosons, which then decay into four leptons (electrons, positrons, muons, and antimuons). The combined measurement gives a value for the Higgs mass of = (statistical uncertainty) (systematic uncertainty) giga-electron-volts, with the systematic uncertainty reduced by a factor of 3.

To accomplish this, the ATLAS team did a thorough reworking of two measurement’s facets: a more precise calibration of each element of the detectors to minimize systematic uncertainties, and an improved statistical analysis that better separates the signal from the background. With the more accurate mass value in hand, theorists could obtain more precise expectations for the production and decays of the Higgs boson at the LHC, which will help establish if there are signs of new, beyond-standard-model physics...."
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►paper - (abstract)
journals.aps.org/prd/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevD.90.052004

►pdf research findings-----http://journals.aps.org/prd/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevD.90.052004

►(article) physics.aps.org/synopsis-for/10.1103/PhysRevD.90.052004
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....The ATLAS collaboration now reports an improved analysis of the same dataset, focusing on two Higgs decay paths: Higgs  two photons, and Higgs  two Z bosons, which then decay into four leptons (electrons, positrons, muons, and antimuons). The combined measurement gives a value for the Higgs mass of  =  (statistical uncertainty)  (systematic uncertainty) giga-electron-volts, with the systematic uncertainty reduced by a factor of 3.

To accomplish this, the ATLAS team did a thorough reworking of two measurement’s facets: a more precise calibration of each element of the detectors to minimize systematic uncertainties, and an improved statistical analysis that better separates the signal from the background. With the more accurate mass value in hand, theorists could obtain more precise expectations for the production and decays of the Higgs boson at the LHC, which will help establish if there are signs of new, beyond-standard-model physics.... 
[David Voss]

►paper - (abstract) 
http://journals.aps.org/prd/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevD.90.052004

►pdf research findings-----http://journals.aps.org/prd/pdf/10.1103/PhysRevD.90.052004

►(article) http://physics.aps.org/synopsis-for/10.1103/PhysRevD.90.052004

ANNOUNCEMENT: We have just launched the public facebook group for an RSN Affiliated Space advocacy network. Stay tuned for press release in the coming days.

What is SSN? The first organization dedicated to supporting the settlement of independently organized space colonies founded by the leaders willing to see the dream of being at the vanguard of the multi planetary wave which will soon cascade across our solar system and beyond. Simply advocating is not enough, we're seeking active participants willing to make this multi year journey together.

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ANNOUNCEMENT: We have just launched the public facebook group for an RSN Affiliated Space advocacy network. Stay tuned for press release in the coming days. 

What is SSN? The first organization dedicated to supporting the settlement of independently organized space colonies founded by the leaders willing to see the dream of being at the vanguard of the multi planetary wave which will soon cascade across our solar system and beyond. Simply advocating is not enough, were seeking active participants willing to make this multi year journey together.  

https://www.facebook.com/groups/373033146195561/

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Supa Manspace weed .

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David FinleyI can't wait till this to become a reality. The possibilities are endless.

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“Next-generation sequencing has the potential to replace scores of other diagnostics, making diagnosis of infectious disease less biased, more sensitive, more specific, and more trustworthy.”
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One Test to Rule them All In August 2012, 14-year-old Joshua Osborn went for a freshwater swim while visiting Puerto Rico. That memorable summer outing led to a life-threatening brain infection that ...

“Next-generation sequencing has the potential to replace scores of other diagnostics, making diagnosis of infectious disease less biased, more sensitive, more specific, and more trustworthy.”