Quantum Life Hypothesis: Biological Life Merges With Technology Eventually Evolving Into Quantum Life

2022-01-12T03:16:06+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Cosmology, Economics, Evolution, Inspiration, Mystery, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

The Fermi Paradox is, in it's elementary explanation, a simple question; "Where is everyone?". If the universe is capable of developing life independently on planets in habitable zones (where liquid water can form;which is the basic building block of life) around their respective stars, then why isn't there evidence of the universe teeming with life? Why isn't the universe filled with aliens we can see everywhere we look? Enrico Fermi posited the question "Where is everyone?" as a simple question at a lunch with colleagues one day, and it has stuck with us since. It's become a paradox. It's a [READ MORE]

Why I think humans will never reach another star system

2021-12-25T18:54:53+00:00By |Astronomy, Blog, Cosmology, Economics, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

Interstellar travel is a delusional pipe dream. Microgravity does terrible things to the human body. Unless we figure out a way to make artificial gravity (no, a spinning disk is not enough) humans will likely never travel to another star system. Interstellar travel is not practical and not plausible because biological life forms are fragile and inefficient. Humans are not evolved for space. Even inside a spacecraft we're at the mercy of gravity (microgravity) and the effects of that on our bodies. We could not survive a generation-long trip to another star system, and even if we did survive, we'd [READ MORE]

Rogue planets might pose more danger to earth than asteroids

2021-12-18T22:42:35+00:00By |Astronomy, Cosmology, Evolution, Science, Technology, Universe|

Rogue planets might pose more danger to earth than asteroids in our own solar system because they could show up unannounced and without warning. It's very difficult to find them out there in the blackness of space. Seriously. Rogue planets are free-floating planets that were ejected from the solar systems either by their star or by another larger planet in their star system. It's very difficult to find rogue planets, but they're out there, traveling across the galaxy and tens of thousand of MPH. If one happens to enter our solar system it could cause massive disturbances in our own [READ MORE]

Interstellar Travel is a Pipe Dream

2021-12-08T18:01:25+00:00By |Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Evolution, Fantasy, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Technology, Universe|

"50 million light years away" I don't think think people realize how far away that truly is. I don't think they comprehend instinctively how utterly unreachable that galaxy is. 50 million light years! That's amazingly far, relative to us. But nothing compared to how large the universe is. 93 billion light years! Which means it would take 93 billion years to travel from on edge of the observable universe to the other. At the speed of light. Which we can't do. Yet. Even our closest neighboring star, Proxima Centauri, is a whopping 4.24 light years away. Interstellar travel is a [READ MORE]

Aliens Are Likely Machines

2021-12-07T06:20:45+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Evolution, Mystery, Science, Technology, Universe|

Our nearest neighboring stars are in the trinary star system which consists of 3 very close stars. Alpha, Beta and Proxima Centauri are 310 million years older than earth. Earth is 4.543 billion years old and our trinary neighbors are 4.853 billion years old. A 310 million year difference in age. If any of the three stars have an earthlike planet orbiting within the habitable zone where liquid water can form, it's possible that any one of them could have life. It's also possible that life could have evolved to be intelligent and technologically advanced. If it did, then those [READ MORE]

The Next Generation Will Determine Whether or Not Humans Go Extinct

2021-12-02T16:24:36+00:00By |Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Religion, Science, Technology, Universe|

PREDICTION: I think satellite internet and blockchain tech is going to save the economy. We're sitting on the verge of a new revolution of technology that will become so pervasive and immersive that contributing to the economy will become second nature to people. Perpetual connection to the internet is coming. Billions of people are about to be connected to the internet with satellite. New smartphone technology, higher performing laptops, lower prices on digital content technology like cameras and computers, easier access to world markets and trade using cryptocurrency and securing everything on the blockchain with unhackable encryption all point to [READ MORE]

Glassman Chronicles

2021-10-21T19:02:05+00:00By |3D, Art, Blender, Cryptocurrency, Cyborgs, Entertainment, Inspiration, Science Fiction, Series, Technology, Universe|

Yeah, I don't know, it's the title I came up with. Don't ask. Cool render though, I think. If you like it cool, if not, oh well. Might be a little too blue...I usually like darker art, but this one is kinda cool. Played around in Photoshop for a bit and primarily used the Camera Raw Filter, which is basically just scaled down Lightroom Classic inside Photoshop. For the render in Blender I used Cycles with a Glare node in compositing and used a vertical plane with a BSDF shader with increased emission settings to provide the light. The cubes [READ MORE]

Is The Universe Filled With Dead Worlds, Or Does Biological Simply Life Evolve Into Machines?

2021-09-02T18:09:33+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Androids, Evolution, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Universe|

Perhaps. Perhaps not. I think it's possible, maybe even likely, other civilizations on other worlds simply evolve into machines. People might think that's crazy now, but if you look back at history and the advancement of technology, humans (biological life forms) are only evolved to live on planets. They are NOT evolved to live in space. To live in space and intelligent species will likely evolve into machines. At that point faster than light travel will become pointless, needless even, because the civilization that evolves to that point will no longer have a need for faster than light travel because [READ MORE]

Humanity University

2021-09-06T19:00:02+00:00By |Blog, Education, Ethics, Evolution, How-To, Ideas, Inspiration, Morality, Motivation, Philosophy, Rants, Science, Strategy, Technology, Universe|

Humanity University I’m tired of sitting around watching greed destroy our humanity and not doing anything about poverty but make it worse. I’m tired of all the blame game bullshit of people pointing fingers and not taking responsibility for their actions. I’m tired of the selfishness and ignorance of poverty. I’m tired of the greedy rich and uneducated ignorant blaming poor people for being poor. I’m tired of all the poverty and hunger and homelessness and healthcare problems and educational issues, student loan debt and the sheer lack of anyone willing to do anything about the massive poverty problem we [READ MORE]

A note on alien invasion

2021-09-06T19:00:01+00:00By |Aliens, Astronomy, Blog, Evolution, Science, Science Fiction, Technology, Universe|

A note on alien invasion. While writing my scifi apocalyptic novel series I realized something and that got me to thinking. People who love scifi may already know this. If an alien invasion were to happen, we would most likely not know it until it's too late. Even if we did see them coming (which would be nearly impossible given our current technology) any alien civilization that has the ability to travel between solar systems (interstellar travel) would almost certainly also have technology that would destroy us before we could react. Be it weapons of mass destruction, or even weaponized [READ MORE]

Is Reality a Simulation?

2021-09-06T19:00:01+00:00By |AI, Aliens, Astronomy, Cosmology, Economics, Evolution, Philosophy, Physics, Science, Science Fiction, Simulation Theory, Technology, Universe|

Yeah, tell me again how we're NOT in a simulation...go ahead, I'm listening. Lookup Moore's Law, understand how fast technology advances, now fast forward 100 years, 200, 500, even 1000 years. We're already to the point of creating simple AI, and soon will have the ability to create advanced AI and from there superintelligent AI which will be trillions of times smarter than humans. Meaning, if humans are creating such hyper realistic 3D models and in-game physics and procedurally generated virtual reality environments now, what will AI create in the future? What if that already happened and we are already [READ MORE]

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