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national / sci-tech / news report Friday May 12, 2006 20:37 by Florian Burkhardt 18 comments (last - thursday february 25, 2010 22:34) 4 images
My article is about the worldwide spread (including to Ireland) of a new form of potentially dangerous type of psychotherapy. It has reached Ireland from Germany via the UK where it is already a huge business. The new development is that followers of this semi-cult want to apply it to politics and other social areas. read full story / add a comment
national / sci-tech / news report Thursday May 11, 2006 09:34 by Liam Ó Maoláin 1 comment (last - thursday may 11, 2006 09:40)
This was a recent interview with Education Minister Mary Hanafin, and is being published to meet a college requirement. The interview was originally recorded for Griff FM in English, and native Irish speakers should ignore any errors in my translation. read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Tuesday May 09, 2006 06:13 by Seán Ryan 21 comments (last - saturday may 13, 2006 19:09)
Chapter VII from Book II
A very short chapter that looks at illogical relationships proposed and adopted by Science. Explores Artificial Intelligence and takes a swipe at the Turing Test. read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Saturday April 15, 2006 23:37 by Seán Ryan 6 comments (last - tuesday april 18, 2006 21:33) 1 image
Establishes the logical foundation for a proof of the existence of an all-powerful God and removes the limitations imposed by Thomas Aquinas and others.
Gives a 'third' opinion on the interpretation of Quantum Mechanics.
Uses Schroedinger's experiment to show why gravity is ignored by Quantum Mechanics.
Chapter VIII in Book II read full story / add a comment
mayo / sci-tech / press release Saturday April 15, 2006 13:03 by Keith Martin- Councillor 5 comments (last - friday may 12, 2006 17:27) 1 image
Westport Town Council has agreed to examine the possibility of broadcasting its council meetings via the internet read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Monday April 10, 2006 15:54 by aaronrip 1 comment (last - monday april 10, 2006 17:11) 4 images
Our Streets > Their Disposable Worlds.
Mixes a dystopian sci-fi narrative with a journalistic account of US military use of their own videogame technology as a combination of recriutment tool, virtual weapons testing site and information gathering mechanism.
Div-X file available here
Noisehacker uploaded the grafitti overlays used in the video to indymedia.ie
The Halo footage was found in the trash of a public computer in Belfast read full story / add a comment
A discussion of the God-like properties of Mathematics.
Chapter 3 of Book II read full story / add a comment
An examination of time, higher-dimensional space and entropy. Offers brand new theories as to what causes Time' s arrow.
Chapter 2 of book II read full story / add a comment
national / sci-tech / press release Monday March 13, 2006 13:18 by An Feirsteach 6 comments (last - saturday march 18, 2006 20:31)
Na Gaeil Óga want to use the goodwill towards the Irish-language in Ireland during Seachtain na Gaeilge, 4-17 March to develop a new predictive text service on mobile phones in Irish. They also want an option to have Irish as a user on all mobile phones in Ireland, i.e. Phonebook nó Eolaire Gutháin/fóin.
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international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Sunday March 12, 2006 14:03 by Seán Ryan 9 comments (last - sunday april 02, 2006 22:03) 1 image
A tongue in cheek piece that explores many paradoxical ideas associated with the theory of evolution. - That evolves into a discourse into a series of primal theological questions that still remain unanswered.
Might be interesting reading for anyone into evolutionary debate and for anyone with pre-conceived notions about their right to define creation superceding the rights of others.
This is my first submission from what will be my second Indybook. It is the fourth chapter - but stands on its own merits. It becomes my first submission simply because I think it's relevant to many religious and secularist debates currently raging on Indy. read full story / add a comment
The story continues.....
A examination of Relativity and Quantum Mechanics. It shows that the Minister for Finance and government in general use quantum mechanics in their dealings with our finances. It also shows how to create matter from nothing. Politicians try to invert this process. An explanation of entropy. read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Sunday February 26, 2006 06:44 by Seán Ryan 5 comments (last - friday march 03, 2006 23:32)
The story continues.......
M theory, String theory, Relativity and Quantum Mechanics are discussed. Add some music and blend it all together. How to create nothing is examined and the infinite effort it would take. read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Thursday February 23, 2006 05:00 by Seán Ryan 4 comments (last - tuesday march 28, 2006 10:37)
The story continues.....
A look at probability and how logic can be created by it. At a more subtle level, this chapter begins to illustrate and tie together many of the sub-themes that have appeared so far. read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / feature Monday February 20, 2006 10:44 by James O'Brien 16 comments (last - tuesday february 21, 2006 17:50) 6 images
Stephen Baxter has written a novel for the long haul – we humans are notorious for believing that our brief existence is of pressing importance, so any novel that spans 600 million years can reasonably be described as taking “the long view” read full story / add a comment
A look at the recent work of SETI. The creationism debate is rekindled by scientists enlisting the clergy in the US to keep God out of classrooms. A new version of creationism is discussed with regard to education and commercial media. The incompleteness of evolution is examined. The interesting theory of Panspermia is shown to be a likely addition to the theory of evolution. read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / opinion/analysis Wednesday February 08, 2006 21:00 by Seán Ryan 1 comment (last - friday february 10, 2006 17:44)
The story continues.....
This time the author attempts to prove that any description applied to the possibility of the existence of God, is a man-made one. The overall point of the author is not to disprove the existence of God, but to prove that man is wasting his time, trying to define an aspect of something they equate with 'everything.' read full story / add a comment
A short exploration of computer exploitation, with some tips and advice read full story / add a comment
international / sci-tech / news report Monday November 14, 2005 14:24 by iosaf 4 comments (last - thursday november 17, 2005 15:53) 1 image
This week the second and final meeting of the "World Summit on the Information Society" takes place in Tunis, starting on Wednesday.
Present will be the current "web masters" the USA and the principle partners who created the www most notably Switzerland (who co-organised with the UN the first phase), and a plethora of states who don't allow their citizens freedom of speech or association.
The UN wants to change the "US webmaster" balance in favour of one of four options which would give control to UN appointed bodies.
Many other states, just want to stop the internet.
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international / sci-tech / news report Friday October 28, 2005 05:07 by RobbieS 5 comments (last - wednesday may 03, 2006 15:21) 4 images 1 audio file
I'd like to know more about Media Lab (MIT). I thought MLE had shut down on Jan 14th this year through lack of funding.
Luckily, I recorded a lecture given by Gary McDerby (Principal Rsearch Scientist at Media Lab Europe) in April 2004, and what I heard, I found to be disconcerting
– coming to an appliance near you. read full story / add a comment
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