Sunday, March 24, 2013

Fermi paradox: Theories to Humankinds exitence

io9: Weirdest Solutions to the Fermi Paradox

by George Dvorsky

3>The Simulation Hypothesis

We haven’t been visited by anyone because we’re living inside a computer simulation — and the simulation isn’t generating any extraterrestrial companions for us.
If true, this could imply one of three things. First, "I mean Gods" — running the simulation have rigged it such that we’re the only civilization in the entire Galaxy (or even the Universe). Or, there really isn’t a true universe out there, it just appears that way to us within our simulated bubble (It’s a ‘If a tree falls in a forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?’ type thing).
Another more bizarre possibility is that the simulation is being run by a posthuman civilization in search of an answer to the Fermi Paradox, or some other scientific question. Maybe, in an attempt to entertain various hypotheses (perhaps even preemptively in consideration of some proposed action), they’re running a billion different ancestor simulations to determine how many of them produce spacefaring civilizations, or even post-Singularity stage civilizations like themselves.




Saturday, March 23, 2013

Fermi paradox: Theories to Humankinds exitence

io9: Weirdest Solutions to the Fermi Paradox

2> The Zoo Hypothesis: John Ball 1973

Though it sounds like something from a Twilight Zone episode, it’s quite possible that we’re stuck inside some kind of celestial cage. ETI’s may have stumbled upon our tiny blue marble a long time ago, but, for whatever reason, they’re observing us from afar. It might be that we’re entertainment for them (like watching monkeys in the zoo), or that they’re studying us for scientific purposes. Regardless, they’ve invoked a hand’s off policy and they’re leaving us alone.
This idea was first proposed by John Ball in 1973, who argued that extraterrestrial intelligent life may be almost ubiquitous, but that the “apparent failure of such life to interact with us may be understood in terms of the hypothesis that they have set us aside as part of a wilderness area or zoo.” We could be part of a vast nature preserve that has been set off limits, free to grow unperturbed by intelligent life. It’s an idea that somewhat related to Star Trek’s Prime Directive in which civilizations are left alone until they attain a certain technology capacity. It’s also an idea that UFOlogists are partial to — the suggestion that aliens are essentially here, but observing us from a distance. Image:


Friday, March 22, 2013

Fermi paradox: Theories to Humankinds exitence

io9: Weirdest Solutions to the Fermi Paradox

by George Dvorsky


1> From the Nebula Award-nominated short story, “They’re Made Out of Meat” 

by Terry Bisson:

"They're made out of meat."
"Meat. They're made out of meat."
"There's no doubt about it. We picked up several from different parts of the planet, took them aboard our recon vessels, and probed them all the way through. They're completely meat."
"That's impossible. What about the radio signals? The messages to the stars?"
"They use the radio waves to talk, but the signals don't come from them. The signals come from machines."
"So who made the machines? That's who we want to contact."
"They made the machines. That's what I'm trying to tell you. Meat made the machines."
"That's ridiculous. How can meat make a machine? You're asking me to believe in sentient meat."
"I'm not asking you, I'm telling you. These creatures are the only sentient race in that sector and they're made out of meat."
A little while later:
"They actually do talk, then. They use words, ideas, concepts?"
"Oh, yes. Except they do it with meat."
"I thought you just told me they used radio."
"They do, but what do you think is on the radio? Meat sounds. You know how when you slap or flap meat, it makes a noise? They talk by flapping their meat at each other. They can even sing by squirting air through their meat."
"Omigod. Singing meat. This is altogether too much. So what do you advise?"
"Officially or unofficially?"
"Officially, we are required to contact, welcome and log in any and all sentient races or multibeings in this quadrant of the Universe, without prejudice, fear or favor. Unofficially, I advise that we erase the records and forget the whole thing."
"I was hoping you would say that."
"It seems harsh, but there is a limit. Do we really want to make contact with meat?"
"I agree one hundred percent. What's there to say? 'Hello, meat. How's it going?'








Monday, March 11, 2013

Computerized Contact lenses?! No way!

Business Insider
This smart contact lense contains hundreds of tiny LEDs.

These have actually been designed for a while now... Aiming at getting technology closer to you! Google glass is the the first step this is the next... but sooner or later someones going to start designing computerized transplant chips that could be shoved into your brain....


Augmented Reality in a Contact Lens

A new generation of contact lenses built with very small circuits and LEDs promises bionic eyesight:(ieee spectrum)


THE END OF SMARTPHONES: Here's A Computer Screen On A Contact Lens

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Welcome to the Future!!!

Well augmented reality is a term we hearing more and more these days, its applied into most technologies available these days, however something WOW is coming... better than anything you could expect. its called.... wait for it.... GOOGLE GLASS!!! Have the world at your fingertips!

The guys at The Verge got to test drive this new contraption... lets see what they found out...

 Okay so thats all cool right heres the promo video


I dont think this is right but..... applied into other dull situations google glass will come in handy!
(Just for laughs)


Sadly not everyone shares the excitement... Google glass, said to only be launched end of 2013, has already been banned *i mean wth is up with that* Mail Online
Not welcome: Google Glass isn't yet available in stores but that hasn't stopped a Seattle bar from posting a sign on their Facebook page banning them from patrons wearing them inside 

Seattle dive bar becomes first to ban Google Glasses over privacy fears


Google Glass isn't even on the market yet but a Seattle dive bar has already banned them from its users ever stepping foot inside.

The 5 Point Café posted a sign for its patrons this week reading that 'a** kickings will be encouraged for violators' of their new rule while mutually boasting of being the first establishment to ban them in the city.

Bar owner Dave Meinert says his decision is done half-jokingly for a reaction but half for privacy as well.

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Im Back baby!

I apologize for my absence i know i committed myself last month and i didnt deliver... who would have thought things would get so hectic for me... i sure didnt....

i'm going to update you on the cool stuff i came across while i pulled a Houdini on you awesome bloggers... stay tuned...