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    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.


    This image of "Nano-Explosions" won first prize in this year's "Science As Art" competition. Fanny Beron from the École Polytechnique de Montréal used an electron scanning micrograph to record the explosion that happened when a CoFeB magnetic array was overloaded. The chaotic blasts are a "reminder that nanoscale research can have unpredicted consequences at a high level."
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    I'm a science fiction lover, so every once and a while, I stumble across a theory that is far more "fiction" than science. But no less intriguing. Check out this video. I love this guy and how serious he is about this shit. (thanks Oddorama.com!)




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    Lately I've been wondering if we're really the most superior species on earth, as we have assumed in modern times.
    There are new studies coming out showing that chimps have better memories and bonobos are more peaceful and other species have their own forms of communication and bats may be able to hear in color.
    Why do we assume we're the best? Is it because we have opposable thumbs? Is it because we've created?
    Sometimes I wonder if we're not just the big dumb bully on the block—beating everyone up and claiming our superiority by might.
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    My fascination with the space beyond began at an early age. I was born and raised in New Mexico, a hub of space exploration and other scientific endeavors. Locals say that you can't be a true new mexican without having seen at least one UFO. Ever since I can remember, I saw things in the sky I could not identify.

    Sky/space is such a focal part of my life.The sky is so big and blue here; sometimes the landscape makes you feel like you're on another planet. When I left for ten years and then moved back, the skies became a catalyst for a major mental paradigm shift. I was a religious person. A shift from a theist viewpoint to an atheist viewpoint occurred when I started thinking about the tininess of the human species. The Hubble photos point to a universe (or multiverse) nearly beyond human comprehension.

    The space above became God.
    And it's constant reminder of how small we are as a species—and the largeness of everything else.
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