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I have been out and about for awhile and am just getting back to Space Collective. It is great to see it has continued to grow. I am currently helping develop a post-grad program at SCI-Arc named Mediascapes. We are looking to critically explore the nature of media, its evolution and how we can integrate critical research and philosophy into...
From bocanegra
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From uan
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Do you consider yourself a "visual" person? The FM 100 Hue Test puts forward a simple way of testing your color vision. Arrange the colored squares according to hue. The instructions are simple enough, but the test is tricky. I spent a good ten minutes working on this one, and got a bit of a headache as well. My results... I'm...
From feanne
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Original article at May 1, 2009 Doing science in the open Online networking tools are pervasive, but why have scientists been so slow to adopt many of them? Michael Nielsen explains how we can build a better culture of online collaboration In your high-school science classes you almost certainly learned Hooke’s law, relating a...
From gamma
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Imagine the person you love, someone you have known for decades, someone who has become the very meaning of your life, suddenly, and unexpectedly has a stroke. Their body is crippled to near uselessness, relinquishing them of their dignity. And, having lost the ability to communicate with them, you’re not even sure if their mind is as it was, if...
From superconcepts
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Brooklyn Banks New York City May 2009
From vivian.kim
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Yet another augmented prologue It took me a while to figure how to continue from here. There...
From Spaceweaver
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New Concept: The Sphaper (Sphidron-paper) the 2D plane of the New Sphidron Geometry. I found some pictures of galaxies, and these made more important to describe some of my thoughts: IT IS Quite similar to our Sphidron formations: Interplanetary medium: Explanations how the real material is moving around the center and how the...
From edanet
 
Scientific Sensation As you can see, four touching sphere's sphidronized polygon 'side' can be...
From edanet
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“There is no meaning if meaning is not shared, and not because there would be an ultimate or...
From Wildcat
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I was barely awake while all this was running through my head so it may seem like I'm rambling or not making any sense, forgive me. I just felt out I had to get this out of my head though and figured I'd share it with the people here and maybe get some other opinions. Life is subject and seen differently through the eyes of each individual. A...
From Antoine
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What is the difference in formulations for accounting forward and for accounting in the past. I...
From Hal2002
 
The cosmos was created in a struggle between the good and the evil. The good said it was going...
From meika
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And water is the most fantastic molecule in this tiny Universe... As a parable, water do represent the true potential of human beings as well as the tiny boundaries of our huge fragility... There is absolutely nothing in ourselves that it is not present in the ocean. In fact, our chemical composition is water with a tiny proportion of...
From starsearch
 
These odd crustaceans were found in an under ground river in the Russian city of Chelyabinsk....
From OTHER
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“As it grows ever more complicated today, musical art seeks out combinations more dissonant,...
From shawn_sims
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Expressing an alternative view of reality was necessarily a secret pursuit until recent times....
From Neil_k
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From Asura
 
The animal world has provided mankind with locomotion over millennia. For example we have used...
From Project2501
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Note the first: regarding Intelligence in CI As an initial view consider the idea that a...
From Wildcat
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"Native Americans, Aboriginal Australians, Taoists, Zen Buddhists, Tantric meditators,...
From Reckon
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Dream are cool. have you heard of lucid dreaming? It's when you become aware that you are dreaming and are able to control it. I have only experienced this twice in my life when I was much younger, around age 10 or so. I don't remember much of the dream now but I do remember the feeling of amazement and excitement for the next time I got...
From Feroze
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Image by Drawmeasheep. Since we can remember, nature has always influenced our living with it...
From eyeclipse
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Floral: the gentle, murmuring field. Like the faint ocean swells tuned to the infant-glossed octaves that welcomed plasmodia, then notochord, then sinuses. Amidst the caustic blunted grid declared by other neighbours, what of this generosity, this hovered breath of nurture? Calm. Rising. Calming, rising, rising. Coils merging from sleep. Fine...
From Philip Beesley
 
From vivian.kim
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This video has been circulating around the web for awhile now, but I thought it was worth...
From DrumManSteve
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Don`t be Afraid Albert! But, look at this picture below. THE REGGE CALCULUS IS 0 EVERYWHERE We...
From edanet
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First of all, I ask for forgiveness, I can hardly manage to express myself in English with some clarity, not to speak of correctness, apropiateness or whatever "-ness" you might wish or expext. Second: (Side number two, said number two) I would like to open a question here about Emerson, Thoreau and that line of beautiful...
From ohmybrokenleg
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From vcky
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Wikipedia: Art is the process or product of deliberately arranging elements in a way that appeals to the senses or emotions. It encompasses a diverse range of human activities, creations, and modes of expression, including music and literature. In my most recent post I have been revisiting what I've called the Living Field, how I experience it...
From Mushin
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Hello all, So, I haven't been around here as much as I would have liked, not because I've been...
From Yu Jie
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From Asura
Internet and social networking its the realm of "everything is possible". Human limits and a vast "stereotyping rules" design constraints are driving away the vast amount of users from the really interesting core of this globally wide social experience - trying to attain all possibilities of individually and collectively...
From starsearch
The grandfather paradox is a very simple, science-fiction-based apparent inconsistency at the very heart of the idea of time travel into the past. It's very simply that you travel into the past and murder your own grandfather before he sires your mother or your father, and where does that then leave you? Do you instantly pop out of existence...
From Octal Alpha
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You can see some strange and suspicious information about the events I took part in Albany, New York, USA recently. I have a chance to meet again Mouse soon. Any remark, advice is very welcome. What is going on here?????? WOWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The system (us) does not allow me to upload my files. Could you help me? I'd send to any of you...
From edanet
 
Time travel theorists ask, what if we could send scientific and medical information through...
From Octal Alpha
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The most pressing issue is offering a system of living which provides the same physical comfort and safety as a home does. Shelter, heating/cooling, sanitation, cooking and storage facilities, and sleeping quarters are the main aspects that need to be covered. The solution is to create a network of dorms, motels, hotels and various living...
From Yu Jie
Just the first few paragraphs of the paper. Leaving it up here for archive and for comments! :-) In a time where physical possessions begin to lose their once-crucial roles, where more and more live in multiple countries and spend much of their time traveling, where identity is becoming less rooted to a physical form and more to an...
From Yu Jie
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Take the time and watch this lecture, especially as it portrays the postmodernist approach of...
From Wildcat
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Société Vinci mécène de Versailles. Jeff Koons artiste le plus cher du monde. François...
From wedz
 
using a perlin noise function to simulate psuedo-randomness, two agents begin on the left of the...
From modernCarpentry
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Project Nomad is a mechanical vehicle concept by designer Jason Battersby. The vehicle...
From nagash
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Digital art I have be making since embarking on hyperspace journeys.
From Mardi
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Sorry everyone! I promisse this will be my last post about MJ. This time I'll save you from pictures. Next Nature "Using childhood photo’s of Michael and knowledge on basic aging trends, forensic artists constructed a portrait of how Michael would have looked at age 50, had he never undergone plastic surgery. The difference between...
From LED
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Biopunk (a portmanteau word combining "biotechnology" and "punk") is a term...
From meganmay
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Does anyone else see Michael Jackson as a transhumanist artist?
From LED
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First time that I was not allowed to use a website because I live in Brazil was with my Pandora...
From LED
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Physics has discussed fields for quite some time but the term can very well be used in the context...
From Mushin
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