New Scientist – TO THE NTH DIMENSION: We don’t have any trouble coping with three dimensions ““ or four at a pinch. The 3D world of solid objects and limitless space is something we accept with scarcely a second thought. Time, the fourth dimension, gets a little trickier. But it’s when we start to explore worlds that embody more ““ or indeed fewer ““ dimensions that things get really tough. Read Article
The Guardian -Â Britain has become a nation of guilty greens ““ people who admit they do not do enough to fightÂ climate changeÂ ”“ according to a Guardian/ICM poll published today. While almost everyone claims to have made some effort to live environmentally-friendly lives, almost two-thirds also say they could do more.Â The poll was carried out ahead of today’sthe launch of the 10:10 climate campaign, backed by organisations including the Guardian. It finds widespread agreement that climate change exists ““ 85% say it is already a threat or will be in the future. Read Article
The Historian – What does this article in Britian’s most influential left wing paper tell us? Clearly climate change indoctrination on behalf of the banks has succeeded (just imagine if you will how good $2 trillion a year in carbon trading looks on a Profit & loss account). The majority of Britian’s now believe the spin, and best of all most now see the main problem as “too many people” (read the comments on such articles at this – it is a Eugenistis dream). Funnily enough though no mention is made of the real environmnetal impact of mankind such as oceanic pollution, water table depletion, soot particulates, deforestation, the disappearnce of bees, habitat destruction………..
New Scientist – Robotics expert Noel Sharkey used to be a believer in artificial intelligence. So why does he now think that AI is a dangerous myth that could lead to a dystopian future of unintelligent, unfeeling robot carers and soldiers? Nic Fleming finds out. [Read article