Showing posts with label On the verge of science. Show all posts
Showing posts with label On the verge of science. Show all posts

24 July, 2023

Hard Or Salt Water, What's The Difference?

Hard water is water that has high mineral content (in contrast with "soft water").

Saline water (more commonly known as salt water) is water that contains a high concentration of dissolved salts (mainly sodium chloride).

- from Wikipedia, the 🆓 encyclopedia

Additionally, view this video about Acid Rain ☔ it's very informative 🙂

18 June, 2023

Ever-changing Atlas of the Solar System ⎯ in Numbers & More - Updating...

Since the planets and other large objects constantly change masses and volume - their orbit around the sun makes an ever-changing atlas of the Solar System.

I don't believe these two points above have much to do with "Space Expansion"; don't get confused?!

Here is my 'quora' question:

08 April, 2023

If I Could Time Travel to Witness an Event in History, I Would Choose the Discovery of Penicillin

Sir Alexander Fleming was a Scottish physician and microbiologist, best known for discovering the world's first broadly effective antibiotic substance, which he named penicillin.
from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

He must have saved my life so many times, as well the lives of many others in the whole world :: 𝐀 𝐁𝐈𝐋𝐋𝐈𝐎𝐍, 𝐙𝐈𝐋𝐋𝐈𝐎𝐍 𝐓𝐇𝐀𝐍𝐊𝐒 😊

Synthetic Production of Penicillin TR1468.jpg
"Synthetic Production of Penicillin Professor Alexander Fleming, holder of the Chair of Bacteriology at London University, who first discovered the mould Penicillin Notatum. Here in his laboratory at St Mary's, Paddington, London (1943)." - from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Public Domain, Link

05 April, 2023

DIY Hacks - Decorating the Room With Spacey Motifs

Please use clip frames or lightbox frames for images on your wall for best effects. Preview of pictures on the walls, I use 7 centimeters space between pictures.

Stephen Hawking Has Died in 2018, I Miss Him So Much

Stephen Hawking was a great fighter, fighting against amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) disease almost all life. He died at home in Cambridge. I miss him so much. Stephen Hawking was an accessible genius, open minded, his character far exceed the boundary of science.

Stephen Hawking was an English physicist, cosmologist, publicist, soothsayer of our days and much more. He is best known for studying black holes, and was saying we should be extra careful in using A.I.

Stephen Hawking 1942 – 2018 R.I.P.

04 April, 2023

Artistic Swimming From My Perception - Big-5 Leagues in Outer Space

Although I'm against sports, there must be some recreational activity people could pull through. Artistic swimming or synchronized swimming looks perfect. 

Big-5 Leagues ReMake * 

There are indications superluminal data transfer could be possible in today's time and space, near zero network latency, is needed. I would have imagined artistic swimming in five distant locations, hooked up with high-quality touchable holographic technology. The participants involved would not feel alone and disconnected from their swimming co-player, whether a person gets projected from e.g. moon or Mars. Gravitational and other habitational specifics would be modulated on the fly.


03 April, 2023

My View of the 25 Hours Day Here on Earth

I like the idea 💡 I would have more time to work on my hobbies and spend more time with loved ones. It would mean root changes need to get done, those who advocate daytime savings time would be thrilled, I suppose. Hoping leap year helper would go away, with it Olimpic games infrastructure, entire sports snobs, and their schemes, scams - altogether. Because my life 🧬 is not a video game nor your (life) should be - let the games R.I.P.

Read more on interesting breakouts to be happening: »Planet Nine« in the Scope of Astronomers

02 April, 2023

My View of Productivity Hacks

They say that coffee can increase a person's contraction by up to 15 percent, it's the most famous productivity hack, certainly my favorite. Wishful thinkers were saying the price will go up, which it has, really - with stunning inflation. Did the money go to underdeveloped countries, makers of the precious coffee ingredient? - Read more @ Coffee Trading Academy: Why Coffee Farmers Are Poor

6 Years of FaceApp

FaceApp Technology Limited Initial release December 31, 2016; 6 years ago

FaceApp is the only one I know that the Russians have contributed to the Internet other than the Darknet drug market, and that was also scandalous. It had many General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) problems, even before GDPR was officially approved.

My View of Search Engine Optimization

Trivial search engine optimization has so much potential for Online Social Networks, where URL addresses would be short and friendly to users. Media descriptors are also important, artificial or human, for tagging metatags. A different path is with the chatbot software enhancement. I always like to emphasize open society, cheap technology, and accessibility where www technology has no real competitor, and where search engines play an important role.

01 April, 2023

New User Experience Design From My Viewpoint

As I've stated before my little obsession is with torus regarding interaction design. Torus seems like it has it all - it fits in the palm of your hand and also has many adaptive usability in nature. You could have hands full with torus, it better fits than cell phone, working with future holographic technology in a way that is unimaginable.

Image by OpenClipart-Vectors from Pixabay

My View of Apple 🍎 🍏 Products

Homemade Apple Juice, Apple Pie, and Apple Strudel are my favorites that I make myself (except strudel dough ).  I'll perfect it in the future, to make my cooking blog funny 🤣 as possible. I'll be redecorating the kitchen with infinity pattern wallpapers I've designed, they've just got outta press. Check out - this is one of my favorites - Luka Jagor - Digital Art - Pattern

Apple Pie 2023, cooking blog week 11

Apple Strudel 2022, cooking blog week 37

25 March, 2023

Towards the Earth Hour Initiative

Hello, nice to be part of this lovely, prime initiative. Today the weather was warm enough, I didn't turn on the heating. I made tasteful lacto-ovo vegetarian lunch, and made minimal public transportation moves (15 minutes bus drive), dreaming about solar-powered engines. Then I went on my usual walking adventure, check out my activity on Strava: I completed 50 kilometers of walking distance challenge in March.

I want to be a winner, to tear down fossil fuels schematics.

22 March, 2023

The End of the Industrial Revolution ❓❗

How nice it would be "Quantum physics" outgrows "Chemistry" (Field of study), but "Chemistry" is ten times better documented. Also for me is a bit silly to use taxpayers' money to play with astrology, whereas astronomy is serious and analytic. We need the final exit strategy from the industrial revolution(s), to sum up, and set up the end goal.

28 February, 2023

What's Going on With Artificial Black Hole

At this stage, it's groundbreaking what's going on with artificial black holes. As it's been said, it's good to confront the universe itself - we could start with a white hole lab simulation. Remembering how neutron star creates gravitational waves entering black hole we should look for something bigger to smash black hole, some stuff accessible in the laboratory. Afterward, to accumulate that burst of energy proper setup should be designed. It's vital to know the universe whether black-to-white hole conversion is an energy gainer or drag, or even doable beside 'strained', 'overflown', and 'stretched' formulas on some piece of paper. White holes are yet to be discovered in the observable universe.

If you want reality, confront the Universe itself.

17 February, 2023

It's Supercharged

Supercharged future car production would probably go with non-fake hoverboard/hovertrain technology. Enhanced with a max efficiency of solar power & lightweight battery to give an extra push. Preferably, with the best model user would feel extra safe without manual engine controls. Designing needs to be done with a sense of coziness for all generations. We are witnesses to chatbots arising. It's new software, usually, new hardware pops in by combining, creating completely new services. My gut feeling tells me that the holographic experience is desired to fulfill the time spent in the car.

16 January, 2023

Alpha Memory - Lightweight Memory Boosting App

 Hello, here you can view my Lightweight Memory Boosting App "Alpha Memory" 😊

Brought to you by Luka Jagor, not to be confused with Please Stop 'Mutant Technologies' - Updating... - my blog post from April 2018.

10 January, 2023

My View of Quantum Leap

Roman numerals and Arabic numerals (Western Digits) are good for human visualization and calculation. But I believe we need something more to enhance the computers. I call it  »Quantum numerals«, they shouldn't get confused with Quantum numbers. Quantum numerals are optimized for large-scale big-data calculations, to work as a bridge connecting Quantum computing and Neural computing (A.I.) 💦💧🌊🌦☔ 

08 December, 2022

Exception That Proves the Rule - Quantum Computing Grasping at Straws

The only man who never makes a mistake is the man who never does anything.
Theodore Roosevelt

But do you want to build a hi-tech quantum computer that is entrusted to solve crucial humanity challenges or your company issues, and it makes calculation mistakes? Name him/her Botanica? - Of course not.

An error is not, nor it should ever be a part of payable results for specific queries.

The error percentage of the quantum computer calculation is around one percent, the solution would surely be to dig deeper, sort of speaking, to multiplex several branches of the scientific field. How about "Error diffusion" - I'm positive that clever scientists will pick up some ideas, clues there. There are so many algorithms one could look up to see the guiding light 💡 and make quantum computers flawless - if the query is well-formed 🆗 

18 April, 2022

Reliving the Dead - How to Setup Mars in 4 Key Steps

  1. Mars particle deflector - More on Atmospheric Incubator and Space Elevator
  2. Oxygen & fusion generators - Artificial Intelligence Speeds Up the Artificial Sun Project — AI Software to Find Holy Grail in Fusion Energy
  3. Atmospheric weather controller - Luka Jagor on Twitter: It's nice to see meteorology acting proactive...
  4. Adding bio-life 

It's imperative to get proper legal papers for such an ambitious plan, especially with interplanetary "contamination", the precautionary principle has no role here. We need to be strong and fearless to gain possession of that future construction site, not pussyfooting with general-purpose philosophers.

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