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Jun 28, 2021

Is Reality a Game of Quantum Mirrors?

Posted by in categories: food, habitats, quantum physics

Imagine you sit down and pick up your favourite book. You look at the image on the front cover, run your fingers across the smooth book sleeve, and smell that familiar book smell as you flick through the pages. To you, the book is made up of a range of sensory appearances.

But you also expect the book has its own independent existence behind those appearances. So when you put the book down on the coffee table and walk into the kitchen, or leave your house to go to work, you expect the book still looks, feels, and smells just as it did when you were holding it.

Expecting objects to have their own independent existence – independent of us, and any other objects – is actually a deep-seated assumption we make about the world. This assumption has its origin in the scientific revolution of the 17th century, and is part of what we call the mechanistic worldview. According to this view, the world is like a giant clockwork machine whose parts are governed by set laws of motion.

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Jun 27, 2021

If there are aliens in nearby star systems, they may have already spotted Earth

Posted by in categories: alien life, habitats

Location, location, location. It matters whether you’re looking for a house — or for humans.

Jun 25, 2021

Some foresight about the future of foresight

Posted by in categories: habitats, robotics/AI


# Some foresight about.
the future of foresight.

*Trying to predict the future is a timeless and time-consuming pursuit.*

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Jun 21, 2021

NASA’s new moon rocket, the Space Launch System, takes shape in giant hangar

Posted by in categories: habitats, space travel

The SLS moon rocket for Artemis 1 is all stacked up.

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — NASA is one step closer to the moon. The space agency’s next megarocket, the Space Launch System (SLS) is coming together ahead of its first planned launch later this year.

The behemoth’s core stage arrived at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, via barge on April 27, before rolling into the massive Vehicle Assembly Building (VAB), its home until launch.

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Jun 21, 2021

Evidence Found for Life on Enceladus?

Posted by in categories: food, habitats, space

Breaking — see how an overabundance of methane at Saturn’s ice moon Enceladus may be evidence for life there!

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Jun 20, 2021

House of Space: San Benito man commissions home tribute to SpaceX, Elon Musk

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, habitats, space travel

SAN BENITO — Willie Rosales Jr. grew up in San Benito, and he never imagined the Valley would become a hub for space travel.

Inspired by all the SpaceX rocket activity near Boca Chica Beach, along with Elon Musk’s vision for the area, Rosales decided to turn his home into a tribute.

“My intentions are for travelers to visit San Benito, and I wanted to pay homage to Elon Musk,” he said.

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Jun 17, 2021

The Lunar Lantern Could be a Beacon for Humanity on the Moon

Posted by in categories: business, habitats, health, space travel, sustainability

The Lunar Lantern, an intriguing concept for establishing a human presence on the Moon, is currently being featured at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition.

In October of 2024, NASA’s Artemis Program will return astronauts to the surface of the Moon for the first time since the Apollo Era. In the years and decades that follow, multiple space agencies and commercial partners plan to build the infrastructure that will allow for a long-term human presence on the Moon. An important part of these efforts involves building habitats that can ensure the astronauts’ health, safety, and comfort in the extreme lunar environment.

This challenge has inspired architects and designers from all over the world to create innovative and novel ideas for lunar living. One of these is the Lunar Lantern, a base concept developed by ICON (an advanced construction company based in Austin, Texas) as part of a NASA-supported project to build a sustainable outpost on the Moon. This proposal is currently being showcased as part of the 17th International Architecture Exhibition at the La Biennale di Venezia museum in Venice, Italy.

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Jun 16, 2021

Millions of Connected Cameras Open to Eavesdropping

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, habitats, robotics/AI

A supply-chain component lays open camera feeds to remote attackers thanks to a critical security vulnerability.

Millions of connected security and home cameras contain a critical software vulnerability that can allow remote attackers to tap into video feeds, according to a warning from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).

The bug (CVE-2021–32934, with a CVSS v3 base score of 9.1) has been introduced via a supply-chain component from ThroughTek that’s used by several original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) of security cameras – along with makers of IoT devices like baby-and pet-monitoring cameras, and robotic and battery devices.

Jun 15, 2021

Zillow Taps AI to Improve Its Home Value Estimates

Posted by in categories: habitats, robotics/AI

By employing a neural network, the company says its numbers will be more accurate—and allow it to offer to buy more homes.

Jun 15, 2021

100,000 Star Nurseries Mapped in First-Of-Its-Kind Survey

Posted by in categories: habitats, space|By LiveScience

The five-year survey, conducted across a section of the cosmos known as the nearby universe because of its proximity to our own galaxy, used the Atacama Large Millimeter/Submillimeter Array (ALMA) radio telescope located in Chile’s Atacama Desert. By conducting their survey in the radio part of the electromagnetic spectrum, rather than the optical part, the astronomers could focus on the faint glow from the dust and gas of the dark and dense molecular clouds, as opposed to the visible light from the young stars birthed by them.

This allowed the researchers to study how a star’s home cloud shapes its formation.

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