With 1984′s Neuromancer, William Gibson may not have invented cyberpunk, but he certainly crystallized it. The novel exemplifies the tradition’s mandate to bring together “high tech and low life,” or, in the words of Gibson himself, to explore what “any […]test
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Last week, the State Department performed a small but smart gesture towards countering the continued outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa by releasing a video featuring President Barack Obama speaking to the people of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria. Educating the millions of people in this region on the facts of this massive outbreak and […]The post Obama’s Message to West Africans on the Ebola Outbreak appeared first on Body Horrors.
This opens a new series of posts, which will turn us back to the “computing with space” theme, the main interest here at chorasimilarity. Look again at the move R2 of graphic lambda calculus. The epsilon and mu are, originally, elements of a commutative group. Suggestions have been made repeatedly that the commutative group […]
From detailed modeling and what we see of modern galaxies, we expect the earliest galaxies to be small and have intense star formation. A new survey using data from the Spitzer space telescope and the Subaru telescope in Hawaii has found a lot of surprisingly massive galaxies at the edge of our ability to observe, […]