Month: June 2024

Global Coral Bleaching – so what? Is all life in the oceans going to die? Is there a tipping point?

See Richards conversation with CoPilot below for some issues and alternatives. NOAASatellites: NOAA Confirms Fourth Global Coral Bleaching Event at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xi9uFA3-cDE&t=1s 0:38 If “corals are stressed by changes in conditions such as temperature, light or nutrient, they expel this algae” is the remaining coral dead? Not able to recover? The algae is not the coral
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An Exa of atoms, an Exa of humans, an Exa of bots, an Exa of intelligent modules

AreAvada: In 2563 Almost All People Become Cyborgs, Fighting Each Other For Bionic Limbs at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VePgNscgHHc Already we can synthesize organic and poly atomic processors, more integrated and useful than swarms of identical nanobots. If everyone can add any ability, and most things are free to all humans and AIs, many of the reasons for
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Noise experiments, Global collaborations and sharing, lower the cost of deep education for all

Deepak Marwal: galvanometer mirror & johanson noise in electric devices | Examples of brownian motion | thermal phy at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRYJqZ5ebVk At 0:10 it is “sedimentation” and “gradient with height” and at 0:16 it is “Johnson noise in electric devices”.  Even if you have no equipment, you can simulate it and get help from your friends to
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Mathematics can be codified and compiled exactly into global open resources for all humans and their AIs

The current “AIs” are using lossy, “learn it from bad examples on the web” methods. No verification, no records, no permanent copy of steps to refine and share. Just because there are some good worked out mathematical examples on the free Internet that some AIs are able to plagiarize, does not mean a generative index
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Writing things down is a primitive form of planning and drawing and sharing

Nischa: How 90 Days of Journaling Changed my Life at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rl6pTMQSVo4 Thanks! I have kept bound paper journals for over 50 years now. In recent decades I use computers and internet so separate topics and communities are easier to manage. “Write it down, so you can see it separate from yourself” motivates writing, drawing, painting,
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All LLMs and sites should use global open tokens for all human knowledge

jietang @jietang We have released GLM-4-520 and have the open-sourced version GLM-4-9B with superior performance beyond Llama-3-8B. https://github.com/THUDM/GLM-4/blob/main/README_en.md https://pic.x.com/cmonog5nq5 Replying to @jietang I hope you will spend more time improving LongBench and make it specific to all STEMC-FGOT communities on the Internet (Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Computing Finance Governence Organizations TopicGroups). And face, seriously, a
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Do not promote proprietary products, rather find sustainable methods that serve human and related species

Geography Realm @Geographyrealm  How to Map Watersheds Using ArcGIS Pro: A Step-by-Step Guide https://buff.ly/46Ovdvj Replying to @Geographyrealm To be honest, you should say “How we, a few people, used ArcGIS Pro to Map Watersheds” and not imply it is the only way or the best way, or that ArcGIS is the best way or the
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