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Tagged > Computing
THREAD Code problems
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My uni course covers some programming using pascal, and the program that we are using to do it is Delphi 7. A friend of mine gave me delphi 7 second edition, and i emailed my .dpr file from the univer...
THREAD Ethics & MoralityDoes meaning come before awareness?
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Philosophy Forum
in my view, it was "does logic exist before life" I think life is inherently "logical" -- a product of a logical, perhaps even inevitable cause/effect chain. In that respect, lo...
THREAD Help Cure diseases
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quite an ingenius way to find computing resources for such a huge task. http://www.apple.com/sc ience/profiles/proteinfolding/ sounds legit -Scientists using thousands or even millions of pc's t...
THREAD CellFactor
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now that looks like a fun game to play :D shame it would probably still lag even if i could combine all the computing power of every piece of technology i owned :(
THREAD video games
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I think they already are. In the past few years its been known that video games are a driving force in technologies of interactivity, graphics and animation, and story telling. With advances in mem...
THREAD Destruction of Life
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Well, seeing as how the stem cells are harvested at 2 weeks, the small beginnings of a brain are visible, but it's size/computing power - therefore chance of consciousness - is equivalent to that...
THREAD Habits & BehaviorBuying a personality-wrong?
4 Posts • 1620 Views
Psychology Forum
there is nothing wrong with buying the music and clothing style of one group if that is what appeals to you. personally i dont fit into any of those groups completely, i like rock, dress kinda indie,...
THREAD Free Will
60 Posts • 12563 Views
Philosophy Forum
Now we are discussing whether the mind exists? Ok. Well, the brain is built on computing things, right? The conscious thoughts are not computed things. The brain is able to function the body and mo...
THREAD Ethics & MoralityDoes meaning come before awareness?
5 Posts • 2256 Views
Philosophy Forum
Depends on what one means by "meaning". The only entities to which the notion of "meaning" has any meaning at all are those who are aware of the notion of "meaning" to be...
THREAD ConsciousnessIs basic consciousness in early animal forms?
2 Posts • 1910 Views
Philosophy Forum
Is basic consciousness in early animal form? Yes. Without question. We were an early animal form at one time, and our own consciousness didn't pop out of nowhere. Although there are thresholds...
THREAD TechnologySamsung Galaxy Nexus banned in US
2 Posts • 2313 Views
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An American judge has banned the sale of Samsung's new Galaxy Nexus mobile phone in the United States after Apple claimed it copied some of the technology used in its iPhone.Apple spokeswoman Kri...
THREAD God in ReligionIf there's a god, why is there evil?
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Religion Forum
An alternate explanation for evolution has to do with quantum mechanics (modern physics). In quantum physics, particles have more than one property at any given time, as if several variations of the p...
THREAD How did they accomplish the rarest of military feats?
6 Posts • 2565 Views
Philosophy Forum
Humans differ greatly in achievement even though potential as measured by intellectual capacity is small. The competent tend to regard their success as luck. The lucky tend to regard their success...
THREAD Atheism & AgnosticismAetheists Are Illogical
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Ironwood: At root, I don't think we disagree. Any empircial statement has a purely putative status: that is, although a set of facts, which we shall call x, subsists and verifies our statement, w...
THREAD Philosophy Needs a Visceral Connection
1 Posts • 1840 Views
Philosophy Forum
Philosophy Needs a Visceral Connection The visceral (instinctive, unreasoning, and 'earthy') domain of human reality is not exclusively the domain of intellection but is a partnership with the crud...
THREAD Child & Family PsychologyRecapturing youth?
15 Posts • 3590 Views
Psychology Forum
Although one difference between me and you is that I have experienced being "the popular one". I had certain abilities such as the ability to dance and was also attractive when I was younger...
THREAD Physics & CosmologyReality in the melting pot
11 Posts • 9602 Views
Science & Technology Forum
This is an interesting refutation of the multiverse concept. Paul Davies. According to 'multiverse' theorists, life as we know it could be nothing but a Matrix-style simulation Five...
THREAD an actually interesting idea.
1 Posts • 1877 Views
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The last question was asked for the first time, half in jest, on May 21, 2061, at a time when humanity first stepped into the light. The question came about as a result of a five-dollar bet over highb...
THREAD ConspiracyHow the US Government Planned America's Downfall
1 Posts • 2413 Views
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Excerpt: PAUL CRAIG ROBERTS | October 1 2006 The attacks on middle-class jobs are lending new meaning to the phrase "class war". The ladders of upward mobility are being dismantled. Ameri...
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