Tuesday, September 9, 2008

Will the world end on Wednesday?

German chemistry professor thinks it "quite plausible" that the "mini black holes" the CERN atom-smasher creates "will survive and grow exponentially and eat the planet from the inside" and has lodged an EU court lawsuit alleging that the project violates the right to life guaranteed under the European Convention of Human Rights.

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Global computer network ready for the Big Bang

"This is the next step after the Web," says David Colling, a scientist at Britain's Imperial College, which is contributing to the Grid. "Except that unlike the Web, you're sharing computing power and not files."

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Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Second Life: Whats up with that?

Second Life Second Life started in 2003. It is a virtual world witch has grown explosively and today is inhabited by millions of Residents from around the globe. They say you can buy there your parcel of land
to build your house or business.

There is also THE MARKET PLACE that currently supports millions of US dollars in monthly transactions. This commerce is handled with the inworld unit of trade, the Linden™ dollar, which can be converted to US dollars at several thriving online Linden dollar exchanges.


Tuesday, September 2, 2008

NASA Preparing to Service Hubble for the Last Time [PICS]

Launch of Space Shuttle Atlantis' mission, STS... Atlantis is scheduled to launch on October 8, equipped with all manner of instruments, batteries and gyroscopes for Hubble. Pictured above is one of the massive Atlantis engines being moved to the main bay for installation. That's just one engine, though—there's plenty of space-related tech porn to be found in the rest of the spread, too.

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Monday, August 25, 2008


Atlantis is an island first mentonied in Plato˙s dialogues, witch sank into the ocean in a single day and night of misfortune. here are some links to find out more about Atlantis.



In this link you˙ll find some articles about scientific evidence. One of the articles describes the gological events that dictated the end of the Ice Age, the Flood cataclysm, and the sinking of Atlantis.

iPhone to get the classic adventure game Myst

Myst, one of the greatest adventure games ever made, is coming to the iPhone. Let's hope we don't get trapped in a bad port for all eternity.

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Saturday, August 23, 2008