Dentor Marina

Budapest, Hungary

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Dentor Marina
Posted over 3 years ago
Peter Molyneux: Meet Milo, the virtual boy
This is just a technology demo. It won't have any real use, it's sole purpose is to advertise Kinect, the Xbox 360 motion controller. Molyneux is infamous by having big ideas, but the implementation always lacks, sadly.
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Posted almost 4 years ago
Brian Cox: Why we need the explorers
Got yout point and agree. More money definetly helps going forward, I say that too much money in an area wont necessarily help. Like it was outlined in the documentary Absolute Zero, where MIT went to buy expensive lasers, while Carl Wieman said, why not use lasers from old optical drives and fax machines? If you have a big budget you will always use the easiest route, which most of the time costs more.
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Posted almost 4 years ago
Brian Cox: Why we need the explorers
What would happen, if scientists would have all the money they want? That would severly cripple advancement, since instead of using their heads and think about possible consequences, they would apply brute force. The low budget is a necessary evil.
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Posted almost 4 years ago
Craig Venter: Watch me unveil "synthetic life"
People tend to view an achievement on a very tiny scale. What about our long term survival? Sooner or later we need to understand the very basics of how our universe works, how can we control stars, how can we save ourselves into a hard drive and restore it in a totally different - synthetic - body somewhere else. What if a big asteroid is headed right towards the Earth and we don't have the proper tools to avert it? And after that, when the Andromeda crashes into the Mily Way? And when the sun collapses? We would sit on top of a mountain and say: Well, we tried it, now lets go back to square one. This is another great breakthrough which will revolutionize several industries. Yes, it could be used as a weapon, but most biotech labs have a strict security protocol and as none of the nuke silos spitted warheads in the past, these synthetic bacteria also wont get past those rigorous biolab safety standards.