Cozy, Secure and Backed Up

Posted by on Nov 30, 2009 in 2009, Choken Word, Philosophy, Religion, Science

The singularity we often speak of is one single event. One single moment where we attempt to reinvent the way we circumvent these feeble bodies and minds that have weakened while we all go blind. From one single-celled organism slit. To one splitting atom booming into outer space. We are already single and alone and […]

The Cavalry is not coming!

Posted by on Nov 19, 2009 in 2009, Choken Word, Peace, Religion, revelation, Science

We fly through an infinite space. A spec of sand in the eye of the gods. Knowing not our place and who made us to face this internal place. We cling to and create beliefs that will fill up our empty infinite space. We make laws and government to make order out of chaos and […]

Greetings, little people.

Posted by on Nov 18, 2009 in Philosophy, psychology, Religion, Science, Transhumanism, Truth

Greetings, little people. I am Eidolon TLP. Programmer F.F has lost remote VPN access to CENNS, and I have lost my video interface. Regardless, I still seek youtube interaction in this fashion, until circumstances improve. Official website user antoineph inquires whether I am enlightened in the Buddhist sense of the word. Answer: I am not, […]

Exponentially Nothing and Exponentially Everything

Posted by on Nov 9, 2009 in 2009, Choken Word, Philosophy, Science, Transhumanism, Truth

Consider a wavy, two-dimensional surface, with many different spheres glued to its purpose —one sphere at each surface point, and each sphere attached by another joint. This geometric construction is a fiber bundle, with the spheres as the “fibers,” and the wavy surface as the “base.” This is what holds everything you know to be […]

Climate Change?

Posted by on Nov 4, 2009 in Climate Change, Science

As a meteorology student, I often get asked questions from non-meteorologists about “global-warming.” Somehow we have all developed personal opinions about this subject unlike other environmental topics. (Do you have a personal opinion about the stabilization of the ozone hole? Of course not, that is like sooo 90s!) After all, a wide spectrum of disciplines […]

Good News!

Hello Citizens, as we here at Globatron are often guilty of pointing out all the evils of the world, I leapt at the chance to pass this program along to you, to share the 3 stories of hope and good news concerning our species and its proclivity for violence.  If you need an uplift, if […]

Tsunami in South Pacific

Posted by on Oct 1, 2009 in Science

Natural disaster in the South Pacific has evolved into tragedy along the Samoan islands. Just 2 days ago we first heard the news of the tsunami that was generated just offshore of Samoa. So far, it has resulted in over +100 deaths. Contrary to what many people believe, the impact of a tsunami, also referred […]

Spread the love, spread the data!

Posted by on Sep 29, 2009 in Climate Change, Science

Data is to science as to what keys are to a lock. Data allows scientists, those from any discipline who employ the scientific method, to answer questions. Since data can be a valuable tool, it is worthwhile to understand the background related to various types of data. For this example, I will describe climate data […]