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(NPR)   NASA and Google announce formation of Skynet   (npr.org) divider line 5
    More: Unlikely, Skynet, NASA, Google, dumb laws, Amherst College, qubits  
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2013-05-22 10:21:38 AM  
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here to help: Entanglement freaks me the f*ck out. So does the concept of quantum dealymadoodles behaving differently just because we look at them.

WTF, universe?


Don't Blink.
2013-05-22 10:43:33 AM  
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Yeah, but what are the Internet Explorer settings?
2013-05-22 10:42:06 AM  
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blindio: here to help: Entanglement freaks me the f*ck out. So does the concept of quantum dealymadoodles behaving differently just because we look at them.

WTF, universe?

Don't Blink.


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2013-05-22 10:12:30 AM  
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DubtodaIll: I think it's got something to do with an aspect of "life." Whatever force it is that arranges molecules in such as fashion as they will eventually work together to ask themselves what they are probably has more qualities than we have figured out yet.


Anyone else hear that dude last Friday on Science Friday?

His ideas regarding the laws of the universe and that time doesn't exist outside our relative view of those laws which can minutely change given the right conditions (ie center of black hole) and that those chances give rise to new universes, which then can spawn even more universes of the laws of that universe are correct......

I had to pull over to the side of the road and smoke a bowl my mind was so blown.
2013-05-22 10:02:57 AM  
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"It's not exactly science, what they're doing," says Sheldon Cooper, a physicist with the Joint Quantum Institute at the University of Maryland. "It's high-level engineering, and I think it's high-level salesmanship, too."
 
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