Science, Technology and Society
Science, Technology and Society
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The #government has tried to change the way that new medicines are given to the public by adding a new variable to the equation.
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Health secretary Aneurin Bevan opens Park Hospital in Manchester 1948
Andy Sharp wants to voice my concerns
#Artificial Wombs Are Coming....
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Human nature and the many ways to tinker with it -- Veronica Sicoe
Satans War On Humanity: Will Smith, Transhumanism & Youtube Censorship
Scientist thinks pregnancy is unethical and wants babies grown in artificial wombs. This is such bad science and a bad idea. Pregnancy is NORMAL, it is not a disease, and if you can't handle being pregnant, you sure can't handle being a parent.
Pinner said, "This woman is crazy! Thinks babies not be born in the womb because it is not fair to women! Thinks babies should be formed in these artificial wombs. Like in Brave New World. Read the article and you'll be mad too if you're a normal person." Anywho...it's a pretty rickter article...and good for fiction. :D
Artificial Wombs Are Coming, but the Controversy Is Already Here
eugene atget Dolce #Dreams
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Eugene Atget, Restaurant, rue des Blancs Manteaux, 1900
Paris Café rue des Blancs Manteaux 616x750 Le Paris de 1900 par Atget
Restaurant, rue des Blancs Manteaux. Eugène Atget, 1900
Saatchi Gallery @saatchi_gallery Tokyo-based Daisuke Akiyama turns bubble wrap into mini fishbowls so they are “psychologically more difficult to pop”
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Name: Generic Plastic Bubble Wrap Transformed into Mini Goldfish Bowls • Designer: Daisuke Akiyama • Description: "Akiyama says the novel idea is an attempt to make the irresistible plastic bubbles 'psychologically more difficult to pop.'" — "Generic Plastic Bubble Wrap Transformed into Mini Goldfish Bowls by Daisuke Akiyama" by Christopher Jobson, This is Colossal (Retrieved: 6 August, 2014)
Goldfish bubble wrap by designer Daisuke Akiyama
Daisuke.A - goldfish bubblewrap
In Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect (public library), neuroscientist Matthew D. Lieberman, director of UCLA’s Social Cognitive Neuroscience lab, sets out to “get clear about ‘who we are’ as social creatures and to reveal how a more accurate understanding of our social nature can improve our lives and our society. www.brainpickings...
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The Science of Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect
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NASA astronaut Steve Swanson recently posted the first Instagram from space. Yes, even astronauts take selfies (hey, it probably gets boring up there). He’s posed in the International Space Station, and you can see Earth behind him. That’s all awesome, but please note the t-shirt he’s wearing. It features Serenity and says “Shipping & Logistics: Everything’s Shiny.”
Astronaut Wears Firefly, Star Trek Shirts In First Instagrams From Space
Astronaut Steven "Swanny" Swanson shared this snapshot on the official Instagram feed of the International Space Station with a pretty understated caption: "Back on ISS, life is good." The photo was taken in the ISS' seven-window cupola, which has a 360-degree view.~~tko
#Governments: 'Today’s technology may continue to function (we will probably lose the internet as we know it today), human rights.' #AwesomeTeam freedoms of choice, health and happiness will probably vanish under the heel of the international bankers, the self proclaimed elites. Their intentions are to reduce the riffraff, the common man, that's you and me; to lower the population of Earth by various covert means.
Fela Kuti - ITT (I.T.T - International Thief Thief) Part 1.Fela Kuti launches a scathing attack on the then Telecommunications centre run by Abiola who was a close associate to Obasanjo - Another of Fela Kuti's political targets. The song I.T.T is a play on the acryonym International Telegraph and Telecommunications to actually mean International Thief Thief.
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Innovation in the field of ICT4D: Mammo Muchie #InformationCommunicationTechnology
Mammo Muchie at "E-Government: Concepts and practices in mature and deve...
Pantheism is the belief that the universe (or nature as the totality of everything) is identical with divinity, or that everything composes an all-encompassing, immanent #God. Pantheists thus do not believe in a distinct personal or anthropomorphic god. Some Eastern religions are considered to be pantheistically inclined.
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the universe is just a nautilus shell...
Spiral - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia logo pantheistic movement
Pantheism, from the Greek pan ("all") and theos ("god"). Pantheism is the belief the universe (nature as the totality of everything) is divinity; everything composes an all-encompassing, immanent god. Pantheists do not believe in a personal, anthropomorphic god. The Catholic church regarded pantheistic ideas as heresy. Giordano Bruno (an Italian monk, celebrated pantheist, and martyr of science) evangelized about an immanent, infinite god, and was burned at the stake...
The universe is in a seashell. Golden ratios are beautiful.
Pantheism is the view that the Universe (or Nature) and God (or divinity) are identical.
eternal sacred spirals...
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British Museum Sculpture
The British Library (London) is one of the two largest libraries in the world, the other being the Library of Congress of the United States.
Newton after William Blake by Eduardo Paolozzi 1995 at the British Library
British Library Art
From where or what is the power of gravitation, --- the intelligence that manifests power? Is pantheism true? Does the mind "sleep in the mineral, or dream in the animal, and wake in man?
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Cambridge University Botanic Garden - An apple tree that is reportedly a descendent of the tree that inspired Isaac Newton to formulate his theory of gravitation
Sir Isaac Newton PRS MP (25 December 1642 – 20 March 1727) was an English physicist and mathematician who is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time and played a key role in the scientific revolution. His book Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica ("Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy"), first published in 1687, laid the foundations for classical mechanics. Newton also made seminal ... gb.pinterest.com/...
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Sir Isaac Newton- wrot Mathetical Principles of Natural Philosophy
Portrait of man in black with shoulder-length, wavy brown hair, a large sharp nose, and a distracted gaze. He is comparable to that nameless inventor who first discovered how to make fire by rubbing stick together.
Sir Issac Newton IQ Score 190 Born 25 December 1642 Died 20 March 1727 (aged 84) Kensington, Middlesex, England Resting place Westminster Abbey Fields Physics Natural philosophy Mathematics Astronomy Alchemy Christian theology Economics Institutions University of Cambridge Royal Society Royal Mint Alma mater Trinity College, Cambridge Known for Newtonian mechanics Universal gravitation Infinitesimal calculus Optics Binomial series Principia Newton's method
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This paper by Julia Driver takes you through the history of utilitarianism. She addresses the contributions of John Stuart Mill, Jeremy Bentham and Henry Sidgwick. She concludes the paper by saying how utilitarianism has undergone many changes and can now be more commonly identified as ‘Consequentialist’.
Metaphysics - It is not easy to say what metaphysics is. Ancient and Medieval philosophers might have said that metaphysics was, like chemistry or astrology, to be defined by its subject matter: metaphysics was the “science” that studied “being as such” or “the first causes of things” or “things that do not change.” It is no longer possible to define metaphysics that way, ...
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Governments will use whatever #technology is available to them to compact their primary enemy ~ their own population.