April 2009 Blog Posts (7)

Check out the latest headlines!!!

"Internet has only just begun: founders"

WHILE the internet has dramatically changed lives around the world, its full impact will only be realised when far more people and information go online, its founders said today.


"Bionic eye gets $50m grant"

THE Rudd Government will invest $50 million towards the development of a bionic… Continue

Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on April 22, 2009 at 6:14pm — No Comments

Some interesting Wiki Entries

Some interesting wiki entries

Digital philosophy

"Digital philosophy is a new direction in philosophy and cosmology advocated by certain mathematicians and theoretical physicists, e.g., Gregory Chaitin, Edward Fredkin, Stephen Wolfram, and Konrad Zuse (see his Calculating Space)."



"Singularitarianism is a moral philosophy based upon the belief that a technological… Continue

Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on April 16, 2009 at 7:21pm — No Comments

Facebook celebrates 200 millionth user


HOT social networking website Facebook expects to welcome its 200 millionth user, co-founder Mark Zuckerberg said.

Mr Zuckerberg, who created Facebook with two Harvard University roommates five years ago, announced the milestone in a post on the official Facebook blog.

"We will welcome our 200 millionth user to Facebook some time today,'' the 24-year-old chief executive said, describing it as a "really… Continue

Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on April 8, 2009 at 5:10pm — 4 Comments

CB2, the Robo-Boy prototype of the next generation


A BALD, child-like creature dangles its legs from a chair as its shoulders rise and fall with rythmic breathing and its black eyes follow movements across the room. It's not human - but it is paying attention.

Below the soft silicon skin of one of Japan's most sophisticated robots, processors record and evaluate information. The 130cm humanoid is designed to learn just like a human… Continue

Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on April 6, 2009 at 8:51pm — 6 Comments

Battery built out of virus could power iPods, cars - MIT


SCIENTISTS have engineered a virus that could form a battery three times more powerful than those found in gadgets today.

The bio-battery could conceivably power mp3 players, mobile phones, and possibly even a car.

The genes in the virus, dubbed M13, were modified to collect negatively charged particles and build a powerful, tiny electrode out of metal compounds and carbon… Continue

Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on April 2, 2009 at 10:35pm — No Comments

The global economic crisis threatens to create failed states, UN secretary general Ban Ki-moon warns


Agence France-Presse

April 02, 2009 12:23pm

UN chief Ban Ki-moon has warned that failing to act to halt the global economic crisis could lead to widespread social unrest and failed states, ahead of the G20 crisis summit in London.

"What began as a financial crisis has become a global economic crisis,'' the UN secretary general wrote in an article in today's Guardian newspaper in Britain.

"I… Continue

Added by Mikhayl Von Riebon on April 1, 2009 at 7:34pm — 6 Comments

What do people think about the film zeitgeist ?

Specifically the introduction with the first section: Religion - The Greatest Story Ever Told

I’ve been asked to do a presentation to my Religious studies (Christian theology) class in college and I decided, that allot of the subjects I would have like to have talked about would not necessarily be universal for my class mates who range from strict atheist to Pagan.

I’ve decided on this, not because necessarily go along… Continue

Added by Luke Wallwork on April 1, 2009 at 9:00am — 1 Comment

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