Could Saturn’s Rings Were Made By UFO?

I don’t think I can claim that I’d seen a real UFO as in an alien craft from outer space, but I think what I’d seen once was something that I could not describe since it flew too fast and appeared to be an orange or red ball that flew way too fast for any modern craft to do so.  It hovered like for a few seconds to the left of the tree line and then it flew in a strangest way and disappeared real fast behind the tree line, and that was around 9:00 or 10:00 PM or so, because I don’t remember the exact time.  I know it was night time for sure.  This is why I remember it was so bright, but I could not remember the exact color of the unidentified object.  Anyhow, so nowadays when an incredible person with incredible background in science or reputable field claimed that he or she had seen a UFO, I wouldn’t disregard his or her claim immediately.  After all, my experience was rather strange too.

Dr. Norman Bergrun, author of Ringmakers of Saturn, claimed that he believed the rings around Saturn are stuffs that were created by the aliens.  I could be wrong on what I just stated, because I couldn’t find much information about Dr. Norman Bergrun.  I tried to find a wikipedia page of the man, but I couldn’t find any.  Nonetheless, on Amazon, a book under the title Ringmakers of Saturn is available for purchase, and the author of the book is indeed Norman Bergrun.  Anyhow, I’ve found that it’s interesting how Dr. Norman Bergrun thought that the rings weren’t naturally formed by Saturn and the spatial environment around Saturn.

Furthermore, the article Cassini Finds ‘Nothing’ in Saturn’s Ring Gap on astroengine.com digs into how scientists studied the data that Cassini found in regarding to the space between the rings and Saturn was a big empty.  This confound the scientists as they thought there should be more space dust between the rings and the Saturn itself.  This mystery of Saturn’s rings makes me wonder could Dr. Norman Bergrun has been onto something all along.  Anyhow, check out a YouTube video right after the break where Dr. Norman Bergrun talks on why he thinks Saturn’s rings aren’t natural.

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China Has A Breakthrough In Quantum Computing

According to CCTV+ channel on YouTube, China has made a breakthrough in quantum computing by creating the world’s first quantum computer machine that goes beyond the early classical computers.  I guess this would prove the prowess of futuristic quantum computers over traditional computers.  Check out the video right after the break.  Enjoy!

Try To Imagine A Picture Of A World With Infinite Dimensions

Certain theories map out how many dimensions we’re having.  For an example, a Superstring theory requires 10 dimensions to make sense, and if this is the case then the roadmap to 10 dimensions has been mapped out.  Don’t ask me why Superstring theory requires 10 dimensions, because I don’t know the details.  Nonetheless, they, the experts in whatever field that comes up with this theory suggest and theorize that it takes 10 dimensions to make sense of their theory.  For all I know I could be wrong in how I generalize their point of view about what make their theory makes sense in the first place.  Regardless, I want to focus not on anything else but the idea of infinite number of dimensions.  Basically, why should anything be limited when there is infinite, right?

Unlimited dimensions or infinite number of dimensions could mean my mind is about to be exploded.  Something complex as 10 dimensional theory such as Superstring theory is already too hard to grasp, but who would dare to take on the challenge of mathematically calculating the possibility of infinite number of dimensions?  Just imagining the idea of living in a world where infinite dimensions is the norm would be a task in which only the Gods can take on.  For us humans, 3 dimensional speaking is something we are accustomed to, because we can measure our positions in our space relatively intuitive.  For Einstein though, he added a fourth dimension which is time to accurately explain his special theory of relativity.  Thus traveling at the speed of light time may bend.

But why stop at 3, 4, or even 10 dimensional universe, because an imagination does not limit the idea of an infinite dimensional universe.  Thus, the idea of unlimited dimensional theory is definitely mind blowing.  I wonder, perhaps we and everything that has ever existed within all dimensions are being encompassed by the infinite dimensional spatial.  Only through this conjecture that my brain can wrap around the idea of other dimensional spatial does exist.  Basically, I don’t think it’s sensible to think a limited dimensional universe could exist by itself, because it had to be created and caressed by something else.  For the most basic instinct, we could theorize that baby comes from the parents (without being too technical such as eggs and sperms).  Should the basic instinct be correct about everything is being encompassed by the infinite dimensional spatial?

China Blazes Ahead In Genetic And Clone Engineering

Once upon a time, cloning was a fairy tale, a fiction in which we lied to ourselves so we could sound fancy and futuristic.  Nowadays, cloning is no longer a fiction but fact, but our current mindsets have been pushing back against human cloning at the very least.  We have outdone ourselves even more since then, because now we have the technology to manipulate genes.  In Europe and America, the governments may have tighter regulations over what sciences can be experimenting with, but in China they have less regulations in this regard.  Thus, in the video right after the break, the subjects within are about how China is encouraging their scientists and the likes to explore the controversial realms of science — according to the West — and these are cloning, genetic engineering, and so much more.

Personally, I think genetically engineering a clone living being is to maximizing the potential of a living being.  Nonetheless, genes are not the only things that could influence the growth potential of a living being, because environment factors do play equally important roles as genes.  This is why we have seen some smart human beings got stupid history records, because their environmental history had affected their past and possibly future decisions.

You can genetically engineer a super smart person, but his or her prospect won’t be very bright if you put him or her in poverty stricken environment.  This individual would have faced unfavorable environment factors that could affect his or her future.  For an example, he or she may sell drugs to make money, but he or she got pretty good at making a living illegally for he or she got pretty good genes and high IQ.  This is why I don’t think genetic engineering is everything, because genetic engineering is only favorable when it could be maximizing.

If you can’t maximizing a designer baby’s potential, this baby may grow up in a way that his or her history would eventually turn him or her into another Hitler.  You never know!  I can’t stress enough on the importance of the environment, because you may never know how a designer baby would grow up when his or her potential is about balancing between the genes and the environment.

Although I do feel genetically engineering a living being is somewhat risky, but I do admit I can see the potential for such technology.  This technology can improve a living being’s potential as long the living being is being nurtured in a very good environment.  It’s like a smart student who has a very good teacher may turn out to be a very good specialist than otherwise.  I do see genetic engineering a living being technology can potentially encourage society to look down on nature.  What would happen when nature could do a better job than the scientists in engineering a living being?  This is why genetic engineering a living being isn’t a sure thing!

In summary, I don’t have anything against genetic engineering and clone technologies, but I do hope society could see that the universe is much more complex than scientists in a lab, designing a living being.  I think we can copy God, but I don’t think we can outsmart God.  After all, we are living in a fishbowl, and like a fish we would never figure out the real meaning of not being a fish in a fishbowl.  By the way, God could be a force, an energy, a whatever that created our universe, and perhaps each universe has its own God.  Thus, to me God is like a scientific force and not a religious one.  Regardless, what I’m saying is we are a part of this universe, and so to think outside of this universe won’t be so easy.  Thus we should tread carefully when it comes down to add or minus something in which could drastically change our society’s fundamentals and beliefs.

Futuristic Technology: Age Reversal’s Perversions

Yesterday, I’d read an article which mentioned several possible futuristic technologies that might change the world of today.  Unfortunately, I forgot the article’s headline, link, and the author, and so I cannot post the link to this article on this blog post.  I remember one interesting technology in which this article had mentioned is age reversal technology.  I don’t know how science would enable us humans to do this in the future, but the concept is incredibly controversial.

Just imagine if this technology is possible, the implications that could come out of this technology would let loose chaos into our world.  We have been wired into our DNA that as we are growing older, we’re going to die old.  Each new year or birthday is one more year old for us.  No matter if we’re poor or rich, everyone of us has always been subjected to the master of death.  Once death arrives, we have to let go everything that has made who we are while kicking.

If age reversal technology is possible, it means a grandmother who’s 90 year old could become 15 year old again.  Nonetheless, she would still go on living with her 60 year old daughter, 65 year old son, and whatnot.  Does this mean the meaning of from cradle to grave has to be redefined?  The whole fabric of society would be turning upside-down, because we would not be able to tell the differences between our grandmother and our teenage daughters and sons.  Rules and laws that govern the morals of relationship among family members and friends would morph into things of an alien culture.  What if a grandmother wants to become a two year old again?  Will a granddaughter would step up to breastfeed her grandmother?  See how twisted things will be?

In my gut, I don’t think age reversal technology will be possible, but the ancient people could never have imagined what we had already accomplished with our space rockets.  For better or worse, I think our cultures will morph into one big weird alien culture as our cultures grow with time.  Some futuristic technologies such as age reversal, as they come into being, will make us question our moral values and ethics.

 

Should A Brain Be Super-Charge?

The brain, sometimes it’s up all night, and sometimes it’s snoring away.  Sometimes, it needs coffee to get that extra boost of wakefulness, but too much coffee it goes jittery.  When it’s malfunction, it either gets duller or just pure dangerous.  It makes that thing a you, and so greed, ambition, and needs would just creep into self.  Nobody would understand why the brain is so useful and yet so mysterious.  Sure, scientists have had taken a close look at the brain, but to fully understand it would not be possible as we speak.  Nonetheless, this has yet to discourage the science community to explore how to fully map and understand every details of a brain.  They, the brainiacs, want to be able to enhance the brain for coloring a humanity future.  Unfortunately or fortunately, depending on which side you’re with, there are people who oppose the idea of marrying technology with brain, because they think the brain itself should be pure as how it has been through eons for humanity sake.  A jolt of electricity to make the brain smarter would be a no no to these folks.  Matrix’s brain-hack style would definitely be heretical.  The brainiacs though, would want to use technology to enhance, modify, and tinker with the brain so it would go super smart and super useful.  Will the brain make a self less of a self if it’s going super-charge?  Check out the discussion of super-charging a brain in the video right after the break.  Enjoy!!!