31 July, 2020

Happy SysAdmin Day!

The operating system (OS) is extremely complex, a good SysAdmin is very important. There are tons of programming languages, but only a few are adequate to program OS. SysAdmin usually monitors data flow in order to discover and fix the malfunction, highly skilled people and constant education is needed to achieve that goal. Good luck!

25 July, 2020

Call for Action, Please Help: Stop Brain to Computer Chip

I'm an A.I. enthusiast, but unfortunately, the liberty of deregulated rules is turning humans into circus performers now. Neuralink - the company of Elon Musk, a rich eccentric - got permission to do brain implants?! Please stop that. We don't need a Borg!

On the other hand, there are - Famous Russian Mind Control Experiments. Two questions arise: how did lobotomy become so popular in the first place and should the doctors who used it apologize to their patients.

Such technology should be used only in desperate need!

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18 July, 2020

Action Against Poverty - Happy Mandela Day 2020

Be an active citizen in your community. Mandela Day is celebrated on 18 July every year. Please reduce hunger in families through the provision of nutritious meals. And, most of all, stay safe.

Frederik de Klerk with Nelson Mandela - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting Davos 1992.jpg
F. W. de Klerk and Nelson Mandela at the World Economic Forum, 1992

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12 July, 2020

»Planet Nine« in the Scope of Astronomers

»Planet Nine« is a hypothetical planet in the outer region of the Solar System, it could explain the unusual movements in that area. According to scientists - https://www.space.com/planet-nine-black-hole-test-lsst.html - »Planet Nine« could be a grapefruit-sized black hole.  The hypothetical planet will be heavily studied in Vera C. Rubin Observatory that's being built. Vera C. Rubin Observatory is expected to be operational by the end of the year. I hope we will find answers about unusual movements in the outer region of the Solar System, I have full confidence in the astronomers that they will succeed. I remember the discovery of the Higgs boson, it was really a breakthrough, to confirm the theory - The Standard Model of particle physics. Maybe we can expect similar breakthroughs in the near future regarding our Solar System. 
Science is competitive, aggressive, demanding. It is also imaginative, inspiring, uplifting.
Vera Rubin, American astronomer who pioneered work on galaxy rotation rates

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