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    The Dark Side of AI: A Warning from Jordan Peterson (scary truth about ChatGPT)
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    The Secret To Becoming Mentally Strong - Jordan Peterson Motivation

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    "THIS IS Why Most People Are LAZY & UNMOTIVATED IN LIFE!" | Jordan Peterson & Lewis Howes

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    I think I will read this tomorrow in full as now I'd likely not absorb it anyway. Interesting concept.
     
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    Yes, take your time, my friend...;)
     
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    The barreleye fish…

    Thousands of feet beneath the surface of Monterey Bay off California, scientists captured footage of a fish with a bulbous, translucent head and green orb-like eyes that peer out through its forehead… The barreleye fish…


    Macropinna microstoma: A deep-sea fish with a transparent head and tubular eyes


    I spy with my barreleye, a new Fresh from the Deep! During a dive with our education and outreach partner, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the team came across a rare treat: a barreleye fish (Macropinna microstoma). MBARI’s remotely operated vehicles have logged more than 5,600 successful dives and recorded more than 27,600 hours of video—yet we’ve only encountered this fish nine times! The barreleye lives in the ocean’s twilight zone, at depths of 600 to 800 meters (2,000 to 2,600 feet). Its eyes look upwards to spot its favorite prey—usually small crustaceans trapped in the tentacles of siphonophores—from the shadows they cast in the faint shimmer of sunlight from above. But how does this fish eat when its eyes point upward and its mouth points forward? MBARI researchers learned the barreleye can rotate its eyes beneath that dome of transparent tissue. ...Learn more about the barreleye fish in our Creature feature: https://mbari.co/BarreleyeFish

    How Scientists Explore the Life of Barreleye Fish and Vampire Squid

     
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    NASA Reveals Neptune Is Not What We're Being Told!
    Throughout the past two decades, scientists have seen dramatic changes in the planet's atmosphere, and its most recent changes have scientists worried. What’s happening on Neptune and how can this have a detrimental effect on our every day lives?
     
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    Elon Musk Just Leaked Voyagers Shocking Discovery In Space
     
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    **Reading**
     
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    The Simply Scandinavian shop in Gills Rock, WI, is encased in a layer of ice following freezing temperatures a few days ago…
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    - from Facebook
     
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    The Cultural Tutor @culturaltutor

    To put 2023 into perspective, here's a brief timeline of the entire future in 23 key moments:



    1. 6,091 years from now The Crypt of Civilization, a time capsule buried in Atlanta, Georgia, is scheduled to be opened.



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    2. 10,000 years from now the Svalbard Global Seed Vault in Norway will have reached its lifespan.
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    3. 15,000 years from now the oscillation of Earth's poles will cause the climate of the Sahara Desert to become tropical, as it was in the past.
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    4. 24,115 years from now - the half-life of plutonium-239 - Chernobyl will return to normal levels of radiation.
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    5. 50,000 years from now Niagara Falls will have eroded all the way back to Lake Erie, meaning that they will no longer exist.
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    6. 1 million years from now footprints left by the Apollo astronauts on the moon will finally erode because of space weathering.
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    7. 7.2 million years from now Mount Rushmore will erode beyond recognition.
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    8. 10 million years from now the Red Sea will flood the widening East African Rift Valley and a new ocean will divide the continent of Africa.
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    9. 80 million years from now all of the current Hawaiian Islands will have sunk beneath the surface of the ocean, but a chain of new islands will have emerged to replace them.
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    10. 90 million years from now the Rings of Saturn will have disintegrated.
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    MORE (to 23..) in this thread: https://twitter.com/culturaltutor/status/1609529770659942408

    ..so time passes, resistance is futile...
     
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    In video here:

    TIMELAPSE OF THE FUTURE: A Journey to the End of Time (4K)

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    https://www.brainerddispatch.com/business/asteroid-could-hit-earth-in-2030-astronomers-say Asteroid could hit Earth in 2030, astronomers say
    There is a small but significant chance that an asteroid will strike Earth in 2030 with a force up to 100 times the Hiroshima bomb, an international team of astronomers concluded Friday.
    There is a small but significant chance that an asteroid will strike Earth in 2030 with a force up to 100 times the Hiroshima bomb, an international team of astronomers concluded Friday.
    The International Astronomical Union and space scientists at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory said there is a 1-in-500 chance that a newly discovered asteroid-like object called 2000 SG344 could impact Earth on Sept. 21, 2030. The object could be anything from a discarded rocket booster to a sizable asteroid.
    The announcement, posted on the Internet by the International Astronomical Union, is the first formal public prediction of a potential collision with a piece of the cosmic debris that litters the solar system.
    The warning arises from a special astronomical review process designed to eliminate false alarms or premature predictions of celestial calamities.
    On a newly devised 10-point scale for grading potential impact hazards, the object is just at the threshold of concern. It was given the lowest rating of 1, meaning the object merits careful monitoring.
    The object was discovered trailing in Earth's orbit around the sun by astronomers using the 3.6-meter Canada-France-Hawaii telescope on the island of Hawaii. The high probability that it might impact Earth in 2030 was first determined earlier this week by JPL researcher Paul Chodas. It was then verified over the past 72 hours by technical reviewers in Italy, Finland and the United States, organized by the International Astronomical Union.
    "This is a first for us," said space scientist David Morrison at NASA's Ames Research Center who is chairman of the IAU working group on such collision hazards. "We have never before had a prediction at this high level of probability. In the past we have talked about 1-in-10,000 or 1-in-a-million."
    In making their concerns public Friday, the astronomers walked a delicate line between prudent secrecy and public disclosure, weighing a chance of ridicule against their demands of public responsibility.
    Indeed, it has been only two years since asteroid watchers at the Minor Planets Center in Cambridge, Mass., triggered worldwide alarm by announcing -- and then almost immediately retracting -- news that a milewide asteroid called XF-11 might hit Earth in 2028.
    To avoid any repetition of that embarrassing incident, astronomers at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the IAU recently devised a formal system in which any claims of a potential Earth impact would be verified quickly by a special technical review panel before being made public.
    Although this new object is much smaller than XF-11, the probability of impact calculated so far is twice as high as the chances initially given that XF-11 would collide with Earth.
    For the time being, no one knows yet just how large the SG344 object may be, its composition, or the likelihood it would survive its fiery entry into the planet's atmosphere.
    On one hand, the object may a discarded Saturn rocket booster, lost in space since the days of the Apollo moon program and virtually certain to burn up on entry, said Brian Marsden, director of the Minor Planets Center at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory in Cambridge, Mass. NASA records show that nine Saturn 5 rockets were launched toward the moon in the Apollo program. In each case, spent rocket boosters ended up in uncharted orbits around the sun.
    "Its orbit suggests it might even be an old rocket we sent up to launch a satellite decades ago that has come back to haunt us," Marsden said. "At least, we can't exclude the possibility."
    But it is equally likely that the object may be an asteroid between 100 and 230 feet in diameter -- about the size of a multi-story office building.
    If it is an asteroid -- as several experts believe most likely -- it could be a flying gravel pit of loosely compacted rubble that might easily disintegrate as it skims into the atmosphere. Or it could be a lethal ball of solid stone and iron that could explode on impact with an estimated energy of two megatons, experts said.
    Without additional information, there is no way to narrow the range of uncertainty.
    "That is our problem -- we don't know what it is," said Donald Yeomans, manager of NASA's Near Earth Object Program Office at JPL. "All we know is how bright it appears to be and so -- based on that -- we have to guess to come up with a diameter."
    There may be as many as 100,000 asteroids of such size, considered relatively small in the cosmic scheme of things, scattered in the spaces between the planets.
    Many of them swing across Earth's orbit on their journey around the sun. Astronomers estimate that one hits the Earth about once every 100 years -- none has hit Earth since 1908 when a 20-megaton blast leveled 700 square miles of forests of central Siberia in an impact called the Tunguska Event. In that incident, a massive pale blue fireball exploded high above the Tunguska River valley in Siberia with enough force to knock people off their feet 40 miles away.
     
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    THE SIGHTS OF SPACE: A Voyage to Spectacular Alien Worlds
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    Support my work: http://patreon.com/melodysheep. Soundtrack: https://melodysheep.bandcamp.com/albu... If you could visit anywhere in the galaxy, where would you go? Meet the Navis III: An imaginary ship that will take you anywhere in the Milky Way. Its maiden voyage will send you on a tour of the wildest planets humanity has yet discovered: worlds that defy belief, from planetary oases to scorching hot gas giants with clouds made of metal. This interstellar journey will give us a glimpse into how deep nature’s imagination goes…. and blaze a path for future pioneers, who might one day plant their flags on landscapes we can hardly imagine. ---- Story, visual effects, music & Sound by melodysheep (John D. Boswell) Narrated by Matt Klinman


    The scenes in this film are speculative depictions based on current scientific understanding.

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    "Friends!! I'im back, and I made this for you. Thanks for a million views. This is not the end of the journey -- more sights are out there to explore. in the meantime, if you liked this, check out my LIFE BEYOND series, or stay tuned for some new stuff that will melt your mind. Also, come join the discord community at discord.gg/melodysheep "
    "This channel might be one of the best things that has ever happened on the internet. The quality of animation, narration, writing, music... It's far beyond what any other educational channel has ever achieved, and it somehow keeps getting better with time. I have nothing but massive respect for whoever is running this spectacle."
    "Best space content on the internet today! Hard to believe that major production studios can’t come up with something of this quality"
    "Seriously I`m stunned. The amount and complexity of work... the narrative... a lifetime is not enough for this. Full respect for creating this."
    "This channel is such a gem... since finding this channel I couldn't be anymore happier!"

     
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    Will check this out today, need a break from forum drama today ... ugh ... ok though.
     
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    NO drama, it's past.
    You are not to blame of course, on the contrary you put out the fire.:)
     
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    theres been a little bit of drama with one member on msfn but its all been fixed now
     
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