The Universal Translator

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The universal translator is a well-known staple of some science fiction TV shows such as Star Trek but from a real life and scientific perspective the question then becomes: is it possible to create this technology sometime in the 21st Century? At Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh scientists have prototypes […]

Fusion Power and Humanity’s Future

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Fusion power is distinctly different from fission power in that it produces little radioactive waste, some physicists even predict that we may have this technology by 2030. Other than being a tremendous source of potential electrical power, nuclear fusion power may also perhaps solve our biggest existential threat in this […]

Internet Explorer Support Needs to End

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Known as the bane of the web developer’s existence, Internet Explorer is not only a nuisance to web developers but also a large roadblock in terms of innovation. Microsoft describes Internet Explorer as a “compatibility solution” and no longer recommends continued use of it. Microsoft sort of caused this problem […]

Physics of the Future Book Review

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Michio Kaku’s book Physics of the future: How Science Will Shape Human Destiny and Our Daily Lives by the Year 2100 provides a tremendous amount of insight into the future from the perspective of a world-renowned physicist. Influenced by the book Paris in the Twentieth Century, a book written by […]

Hobbs & Shaw: Does Eteon equal Neuralink?

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When I walked into my local movie theatre to watch Fast and Furious presents: Hobbs and Shaw I was surprised to find out the main antagonists in the film were similar to Elon Musk’s Neuralink (except for the fact that Musk’s organization hasn’t shown an appetite for collateral damage around […]

The Soviet Venera program, CO2 and our fate

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The Soviet Venera program was a series of space probes marking the first robotic exploration program that took place on another planet. The first Venera probe failed to leave Earth’s atmosphere and in typical Soviet fashion was not revealed to have failed due to their policy of not announcing a […]