Sunday, September 27, 2020
The Transactional Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics attempts to resolve the apparent paradoxes left unsatisfactorily unraveled by other interpretations. One of its appealing qualities is its compatibility with and usefulness in making sense of experimental evidence without the introduction of...
Originally published by The Rational Argumentator and The Transhumanist Party of America in 2018. From the beginning Frank Pasquale, author of The Black Box Society: The Secret Algorithms That Control Money and Information, contends in his new paper “A Rule...
  Buzsaki presents a difficult subject in a commendably clear manner. It is an exemplary piece of scientific writing produced by one of the grand old men of brain wave research. A growing literature, which has expanded significantly since the...
Originally published on Radical Science News Authors: Lydia Fucsko and Adam Alonzi Amphibian derives from the Greek words 'amphi' (double) and 'bios' (life) – and their unique life cycles have made them icons of the environmental movement. Frogs have become symbolic of biodiversity...
Originally published on Radical Science News. Aging, inflammation, cancer, and cellular senescence are all intimately interconnected. Deciphering the nature of each thread is a tremendous task, but must be done if preventative and geriatric medicine ever hope to advance. A...
Originally published on Serious Wonder. Neurotechnology is the last frontier. Mind-machine interfaces will initially offer ways to simulate, enhance, and stimulate. In conjunction with quantum computers, however, these interfaces will lead to the resolution of the problem of freewill through...
Originally published on Radical Science News: Mind-machine interfaces, the decoding of the brain’s workings, and other unforeseen advances in neurotechnology will usher in a creative explosion unparalleled in all history. It has implications for music, literature, and how, on the...
The hydrological cycle sees no borders or boundaries. Critical information to consumers and suppliers goes far beyond their jurisdictions. Streams and rivers do not obey the whims of political leaders or government organizations. Aquifers are not evenly distributed. The...
As well known for his otherworldly virtuosity as he was for his unconventional subject matter, the Catalan surrealist Salvador Dali once called himself a fish swimming between the “the cold water of art and the warm water of science.” He was not, as many artists have been before and after him, a scientific dilettante.
An old commissioned article: IDRA 21 (7-chloro-3-methyl-3,4-dihydro-2H-1,2,4-benzothiadiazine S,S-dioxide) is an ampakine drug and a benzothiadiazine derivative with nootropic properties. It is "very likely IDRA 21 exerts its behavioral effects by antagonizing AMPA receptor desensitization." Ampakines stimulate glutamatergic AMPA receptors. This...
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