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The Natural Intelligence Paradigm – Simon G. Powell

It’s not too often that I run across a philosophy lecture that really causes me to take a step back and look at the universe with a fresh perspective.

This is one such lecture.

I can’t recommend it enough.  Highly entertaining and very enlightening, totally worth watching.

The Recurring Odd Shape Of Comets

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A recent photograph of comet Chury taken from the Rosetta probe: Comet Borrelly: Comet Hartley 2: Anyone see a recurring theme here yet? Spherical lobes on the ends with an excavated center. It should be noted that NASA thinks Chury was formed by two comets colliding with each other. Think of a bullet hitting a…

My Nostradamus Predictions of Life 5 Years From Today

As has been reported in previous threads, Blacklight Power will soon be bringing a “free energy” device to market. I think their initial device is projected to produce 100 kilowatts of power, being scalable up to 10 megawatts of power. A 10 megawatt plant today would be something on the order of a small nuclear…

NASA Confirms New EM Thruster Violates Laws Of Conservation

Wired reports: Nasa is a major player in space science, so when a team from the agency this week presents evidence that “impossible” microwave thrusters seem to work, something strange is definitely going on. Either the results are completely wrong, or Nasa has confirmed a major breakthrough in space propulsion. British scientist Roger Shawyer has been…

Walmart Ice Cream Sandwiches Won’t Melt

Pretty interesting video. If I had to wager, I’d say it probably doesn’t melt because it’s loaded with what’s essentially tree bark.  Cellulose gum is a common additive in all sorts of products as a thickener and stabilizer.  Almost all ice creams that you buy in a department store use some kind of emulsifying and…

F. A. Hayek’s The Sensory Order

The Color Purple by Mel Acheson Rediscovering F. A. Hayek’s The Sensory Order has been exciting. Hayek began his inquiry into the foundations of theoretical psychology in 1919 before specializing in economics (and winning a Nobel Prize in that latter field in 1974). He didn’t publish The Sensory Order until 1952, when he found “with considerable surprise”…