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Feb 22, 2021

Mike Wang — Johns Hopkins — Hallucinogens, NeuroImmunology And The Microbiome In Mental Healthcare

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Hallucinogens, neuro-immunology and the microbiome — convergent approaches in mental healthcare — mike wang, johns hopkins university.

Mike Wang, is a neuro-psychiatric researcher and adjunct teaching faculty in neuroscience at the Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences.

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Feb 20, 2021

University of the People: Tuition-Free, Accredited Online College

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University of the People is a tuition-free, American accredited, online college. Higher-education is now more accessible than ever. Apply now!

Feb 19, 2021

A Longtime Educator Says K-12 Schools Need To Encourage Creativity And Curiosity

Posted by in categories: education, innovation

It is about time to revisit our assumptions about the public school system. What should be the goal of school education?

If we want to change a classroom to embrace innovation and questioning, we need the leaders and the school system as a whole to embrace innovation and questioning.

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Feb 18, 2021

Bundex Film Archive 1990’s

Posted by in categories: education, evolution, food, holograms, mobile phones

Blog — Bundex Film Archives coming to posthuman university.

As editor, sound engineer and roadie with director Bunny Dexter’s “Bundex Films”, the three of us (Eugene Smith was cameraman) travelled to various parts of the world making political, environmental and quirky documentaries during the first age of digital video. Bunny was also a judge at some international film festivals, and we actually won an award in Poland for one of our films. At NY film school, Bunny’s teacher was Marty Scorsese, who would call at Bunny’s flat sometimes when in London. We made two versions of a 3D hologram of Marty, of which he has one and I the other. After Bunny’s passing I inherited the huge shoulder-harnress digital camera which remains in my garage and has less capability than a modern smartphone, digital tape-decks and lots footage together with all rights, except for the lost Orson Welles tapes matter and story of his aristocratic Sicilian producer. More about this and other films later. I have boxes to sort through, and am sure I have forgotten some projects which will come as a surprise when I rediscover them. Will post at posthuman university side when sorted, this footage give unique insights from a period of very rapid evolution and transformation in film-making.

Documentaries include the Homeless and their Dogs, Gipsy persecution in Hungary, a study of Tattoo’s and Tattoo artists, Momento Mori – a film of an elderly lady after her death, and our pursuit of Cocoa plant agricultural sabotage in Brazil. There is unseen footage from these and other films, and interviews with Bunny before her death which I will edit together. She had an interesting life including appearances in Andy Warhol movies, and early success with a short film with Hollywood beckoning. Woody Allen was in her NY film school class, and many of her friends went on to become big stars, but B was too much of a socialite, and was unable to get her screen plays produced. At least one political biography that I have is very good, I might update it for sub-Hollywood production in the future. Anyway, Bunny had an interesting “career” and was close friends with Yoko & John Lennon from her guerrilla art days, Jimmy Hendrix, also Graham Chapman and some of the Pythons.

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Feb 15, 2021

I’m excited to announce feature documentary IMMORTALITY OR BUST on my # transhumanism work has won Best Biohacker Awareness documentary at the GeekFestToronto

Posted by in categories: education, life extension, transhumanism

Congratulations Director Daniel Sollinger! You can watch the film in the US on Amazon Prime now!

Feb 14, 2021

Cosmos Neil Degrasse Tyson 2020

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Neil Tyson is a man to listen to!!

Astrophysicist that I have learned much from.

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Feb 13, 2021

US Testing a New $20 Million Gigantic Sea “Tank”

Posted by in categories: education, transportation

Welcome back to the Daily Aviation for a new documentary video about the DARPA/USMC Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector (UHAC) based on the Captive Air Amphibious Transporter (CAAT) project. This video also feature the US Landing Craft Air Cushion (LCAC) and compares it to the UHAC project.

Footage credit: US marine, derivative work by the daily aviation.

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Feb 8, 2021

Dr. Jill Tarter — Chair Emeritus — SETI Institute — The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, cosmology, education, evolution, physics

Chair emeritus, SETI institute — the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

Dr. Jill Tarter is Chair Emeritus for SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Research at the SETI Institute, a not-for-profit research organization whose mission is to explore, understand, and explain the origin and nature of life in the universe, and to apply the knowledge gained to inspire and guide present and future generations.

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Feb 2, 2021

DeepMind’s AlphaFold Is Close to Solving One of Biology’s Greatest Challenges

Posted by in categories: biological, education, mapping, robotics/AI

OEC promoting STEM education in Africa.

If we know a protein’s structure, we can make educated guesses about its function. And by mapping thousands of protein structures, we can begin to decipher the biology of life.

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Feb 1, 2021

Consciousness: Evolution of the Mind, Documentary (2021), Official Trailer Released

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, chemistry, education, evolution, neuroscience, quantum physics

If we are to reason for the non-dual picture of the world then quantum physics is directly linked to consciousness. The human brain is a physical organ that transmits and interprets electrochemical signals. Its biochemistry is certainly governed by quantum physical laws, and consciousness — which is clearly related to the functioning of the brain — must therefore be related to the quantum physical processes going on within the brain and in the cosmos at large. Research has shown that consciousness is non-local, a scientific way of alluding to a connection within a higher dimensional order. Matter has also been shown to be non-local, which hints that matter might be an expression of consciousness. Quantum physics tells us the energy of every speck of mass, or a packet of information, is a relative peak in an ocean of energy, which is oftentimes referred to as the ‘Unified Field’ — the quantum layer of pure potentiality — the code layer beneath all dimensions where time and space are information.

#Consciousness #Evolution #Mind #OfficialTrailer

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