Dan Dare

Bremen, Germany

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Posted over 1 year ago
Gian Giudice: Why our universe might exist on a knife-edge
Thank your for that honest Explanation, Mr. Giudice. Now I am convinced, about the purpose of the 12.6 Billion Dollar "HLC Project". It had to happen because "Space" or "Aether" as description for the "inbetween", is a phased out model, and necessarily needed another name: "Higgs". So (modern) Science turned the "Universe" into "The Higgs Field". That does make things a lot better, because it does provide weight. btw: 126/3=42 ! Woot! Ok, just kidding. Have a nice day. Cheers, Dan (All credits belong to the "Big Bang", our Creator!)
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Posted about 2 years ago
Jill Bolte Taylor: My stroke of insight
Thank you so much for sharing this into the world. Your insights unlocks another chain to find out of the box, in which we are functioning most of the time. You're telling your Experience so obvious and after a while it magnetized my emotions on a deeper level, that I felt your tears that began to swelling inside me, too. Me as Man is fully aware about the LOGOS, working in the left brain hemisphere. Even more, I'm aware that I have been spending way to much time there, causing me to feel disconnected most of the time. In other terms, I'm more-less that type of Engineer who cannot let it go, cannot let it flow. I'm on my way back home since recent, and I hope others are on their way, too :-) Aloha Dan
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Posted over 2 years ago
David Christian: The history of our world in 18 minutes
I've been scrambled like those eggs during the whole talk. I would never guess the final conclusion will be "global connected learning" at warp speed. During the talk, I always felt he will point back to the statement that "complexity equals fragility"... and therefore; technically and linear, will be wiped out of that big bang theory in a process called "evolution". At least he mentioned, that the younger carry the wisdom of the elders within, before they can even imagine how to articulate them in a decipherable language out into the world. This approach is to stringent and total lack of spirit, therefore to materialistic and cubic thinking, imho. btw: Where did the Egg came from... we should know, if we learned together, not?
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Posted over 2 years ago
Ramesh Raskar: Imaging at a trillion frames per second
I watched this several times, cause it so obviously showing the nature of light wich creates forms out of bubbles. Actually I tend to asume the whole universe - including us, has a holographic underlaying nature. Wich just showing up when demanded. Knowing thats a quiete speculative and fragmented point of view, I'm curious about the upcoming development of this technique. I'm impressed and yet it's time for disclosure!
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Posted over 2 years ago
Heather Brooke: My battle to expose government corruption
Imho it's an important isue, that relate to us all - worldwide. It's important to connect the dots all by ourselfes to understanding the laws of rules, and where they led to. Furthermore to understand how they work and how they can be re-alligned to lead to more transparency in wich you regain power. When talking about social networks, facebook jump into my mind. Just be aware of what such "tools" are at the backdrop, to imagne the whole picture. It's obvious that facebook is a major part of such personal data mining. It's never been created for our amusement aka Farmville, but to farm us. Great talk Mrs. Brooke! My best regards
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Posted over 2 years ago
Eli Pariser: Beware online "filter bubbles"
A great talk, because it focusses on such an important thread to understand that nowadays, as we all use the Internet commonly in several ways and depth. Within last couple years Google stealthy and subtle transmuted from a "Search" Engine, to a "Find" Engine. Keep that in mind - and more important, use alternatives. The only and best I found is www.duckduckgo.com, wich I'm using since 2012.