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Thursday, September 20, 2012

Lucid Dreaming


A lucid dream is a dream in which you know you are dreaming. Typically this happens when the dreamer experiences something strange, and when they stop to question their reality, they realize they are in a dream. Lucid dreams happen naturally on occasion, although some people may have them naturally more often than others. The definition of lucid dreaming may be simple, but there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding it. Misconceptions The definition of lucid dreaming may be simple, but just like many other things which are relatively unknown by the public, there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding it. A dream isn't lucid unless you control it There is some confusion about the difference between lucidity and dream control. The two are related, but one can happen without the other.

What is Nanotechnology


 Nanotechnology is science, engineering, and technology conducted at the nanoscale, which is about 1 to 100 nanometers. Physicist Richard Feynman, the father of nanotechnology. Nanoscience and nanotechnology are the study and application of extremely small things and can be used across all the other science fields, such as chemistry, biology, physics, materials science, and engineering. Nanotechnology is not just a new field of science and engineering, but a new way of looking at and studying . The ideas and concepts behind nanoscience and nanotechnology started with a talk entitled “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom” by physicist Richard Feynman at an American Physical Society meeting at the

Scientists Connect Brain Cells to Nanotube Computer Chips


The brain-computer interface will be a critical component for extreme human life extension. Such connections will allow the human brain and mind to expand beyond its current limits and could potentially allow one’s consciousness to long outlive outlive one’s body. We are at the first steps of this inevitable journey, and the work of researchers at the University of Wisconsin appears to be laying the groundwork.

Brain Computer Interface Moves into the Mainstream

In the year and a half since I posted Control Your Computer With Your Brainwaves — TED Conference Video which highlighted a presentation at the Ted Conference by Tan Lee, from the EEG biofeedback device developer Emotive Systems the development of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) has accelerated at an amazing rate. In fact the acronym BCI is used so widely that when I saw it the first few times on some of the sites I am going to mention in this post, I was not sure what it represented. For example, there is a UK blog called thinktech with the tagline The UK’s Leading Brain-Computer Interface, Mind Controlled

Censor-Proof Satellite Internet Grid Being Developed

They call it the “Hackerspace Global Grid” and organizers say it would be made up of a network of low-orbiting satellites, all relatively small in size, which would be used to allow internet access that could not be controlled or blocked by any government censors. The Hackerspace Global Grid, or HGG for short, would also integrate an array of base stations which would be located around the world. The HGG is aimed at providing a way for activists and journalists to obtain access to the internet,

NUIverse: The killer app of an $8,000 tablet?


Could this be the killer app for ultra-spec tablets? Microsoft Surface researcher David Brown is working on a marvelous space app that shows off not only the multi-touch power of Microsoft Surface, but also the computational grunt of the Samsung SUR40 on which it runs - not to mention the majesty of the solar system we live in and the Universe beyond.

Flexible Samsung Phones Are Wearable Selling from 2013 !


 From what I heard today Samsung with its Flexible AMOLD OLED displays will soon outdate gorilla glass and be wearable 2013. We got a taste of Samsung’s amazing flexible