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Sep 3, 2019

Reiki Music — healing multiple planes — physical, mental, emotional and spiritual

Posted by in categories: alien life, media & arts, transportation

REIKI translates as ‘Universal Spirit of Life’ – the energy that is continuously flowing through and around every living thing.

It is a gentle energy healing modality that is usually done by placing the hands in a series of positions over or slightly above the body. Reiki promotes healing by activating the relaxation response and helping to accelerate the bodies natural ability to heal itself.

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Sep 2, 2019

Non-Euclidean Worlds Engine

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Here’s a demo of a rendering engine I’ve been working on that allows for non-euclidean geometry.

Source Code and Executable:
https://github.com/HackerPoet/NonEuclidean

Music:
“Automatic Loving” — Dee Yan-Key

Sep 1, 2019

From the Earth to the ends of the Universe

Posted by in categories: cosmology, media & arts

This European Southern Observatory animation was created to celebrate the opening of the new ESO Supernova Planetarium in Germany. It begins from the home of the new facility in Garching and zooms our to the “End of the Universe”, according to the ESO.

Music: inspiring adventure cinematic background by maryna.

Aug 30, 2019

Artificial intelligence uncovers new details about Old Master paintings

Posted by in categories: media & arts, robotics/AI

Artificial intelligence has been used to analyse high-resolution digital X-ray images of the world famous Ghent Altarpiece, as part of an investigative project led by UCL.

The finding is expected to improve our understanding of art masterpieces and provide new opportunities for art investigation, conservation and presentation.

Researchers from the National Gallery, Duke University and UCL worked with technical images acquired from the brothers Van Eyck’s Ghent Altarpiece, a large and complex 15th-century altarpiece in St Bavo’s Cathedral, Belgium.

Aug 30, 2019

Life Lessons From 100-Year-Olds

Posted by in categories: bioengineering, life extension, media & arts

We asked three centenarians what their most valuable life lessons were, and also their regrets.

The conversations that followed were remarkable. They talked about the importance of family, people, relationships and love. Their view on life, as an elderly citizen with a lot of experience is truly an inspiration and motivation. Enjoy the video!

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Aug 29, 2019

MacOS Catalina likely to launch on 23 September

Posted by in categories: electronics, media & arts

Apple’s update to macOS for 2019 will be known as Catalina and will bring many third-party iOS apps to the Mac, new Music and TV apps, as well as lots of other exciting features. Find out what else we expect from the new macOS Catalina update.

Aug 25, 2019

Billionaire: Future Music Will Be AI-Generated to Match Our Moods

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Music as we know it may be on its way out, with bands and artists making way for personalized playlists and tunes generated by artificial intelligence for each individual listener.


AI killed the radio star.

Aug 23, 2019

The Bentley From The Year 2035!

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I always wondered what the future of cars would look like, and now Bentley has given me a nice perspective.


This is the Bentley EXP100GT. It is one of the stand out cars from Pebble Beach this year! Come with me as I take you through the features and what their vision is for the next 100 years. This is also where you get to see the car drive autonomously!

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Jul 29, 2019

CHIPSA and North Beach Clinic Launch new Coley’s CPG Treatment (Exclusive)

Posted by in categories: internet, media & arts

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) currently has several ongoing trials testing immunotherapy cancer treatments like CPG and checkpoint inhibitor drugs. In fact, the internet was up in arms last year when Stanford University doctors cured 87 out of 90 mice with a “vaccine” that stimulated the immune system to attack cancerous cells. It was described as a “breakthrough treatment,” but the truth is, a very similar treatment was already being used to treat human patients at a hospital in Mexico.

CHIPSA Hospital, which is located in Tijuana, is an integrative immunotherapy hospital that offers patients access to several cutting-edge therapies and nutritional regimens. Many of our treatments have been long discounted by mainstream medical communities, only to be later approved and legitimized in the United States. CPG is one of them.

Dr. Anton Escobedo, the hospital’s medical director, said the clinical study was actually music to his hears. “When the study came out,” he said, “I was pleased to see they were using CPG. We have a lot of experience with a form of CPG so we weren’t surprised to see it work well in combination with checkpoint inhibitors. We love when science proves what we’re doing is right. 10 years ago, they wouldn’t even acknowledge it.

Jul 23, 2019

24 Hours of Death, Part 1

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The rate and total number of people who die over 24 hours.

Why die? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C25qzDhGLx8

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