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Deep Dreaming Fractal Nectar

Google’s deep dream algorithm is the curious result of an artificial neural network that has been trained for image recognition. The program processes images through a series of artificial neurons (10 – 30 layers), each discovering different information about the reference image. The lower layers find basic features, such as edges, while higher layers compute more »

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Scientific Study Shows Meditators Collapsing Quantum Systems At A Distance

Numerous scientists over many years have studied the role of consciousness and how it can directly influence our physical material world. Large amounts of research have been published which clearly demonstrate that yes, consciousness and what we perceive to be our physical material world are directly intertwined. I will provide more examples of this towards more »

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The Evolution of “Elemental Evolution”

The creation of “Elemental Evolution” Setting Intention… Laying out the grid… The outline… Showing the grid & the outline together… The final piece. Metta x

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Bringing my Fractal Artwork to Life

My history with fractals goes back quite a way. Whilst I’ve been creating digital fractal artwork for a few years now, a little while ago I was going through an old sketch book from over a decade ago and found a bunch of notes about using fractals for art. Thinking even further back (I was more »

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Quadruple helix DNA discovered in human cells

SIXTY years after James Watson and Francis Crick established that DNA forms a double helix, a quadruple-stranded DNA helix has turned up, and it could strengthen the fight against cancer. Quadruple helices that intertwine four, rather than two, DNA strands have been researched for decades. They have been made synthetically in the lab, but were more »

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Quantum Ripples Exhibition

This piece of fractal artwork flowed out of my being about 18 months ago. I decided to name this frame of chaos “Quantum Ripples”, inspired by the knowledge outlined in my post “An Electron at the Edge of the Universe”. I’m excited to share the wonderful news that Quantum Ripples has been selected for exhibition at the more »

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Chaos Theory Part 1: Non-Linearity & Feedback

Greetings community, This post is the first part in a series on chaos theory and the relationship between order and chaos: Non-Linearity & Feedback. Today we’re going to take a stroll down recursion street and reveal the big pink elephant that physics attempted to brush under the carpet for a few centuries. This post will more »

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An Electron at the Edge of the Universe

It was one of those really rare days… The lecturer’s tone had actually managed to penetrate the musty and stagnant energy of the bland physics lecture theatre. An uncommon wave of passion washed over my being as I raised my attention to the black boards. For once something was being shared that actually moved me; more »

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Replicable functional magnetic resonance imaging evidence of correlated brain signals between physically and sensory isolated subjects.

Abstract OBJECTIVES: Previous electroencephalography (EEG) and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) experiments have suggested that correlated neural signals may be detected in the brains of individuals who are physically and sensorily isolated from each other. Functional MRI and EEG methods were used in the present study in an attempt to replicate these findings. DESIGN/SETTINGS: Subjects more »

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The face of a frog: Time-lapse video reveals never-before-seen bioelectric pattern

For the first time, Tufts University biologists have reported that bioelectrical signals are necessary for normal head and facial formation in an organism and have captured that process in a time-lapse video that reveals never-before-seen patterns of visible bioelectrical signals outlining where eyes, nose, mouth, and other features will appear in an embryonic tadpole. Read more »

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