DecNef – Learning Through Brain Mapping “Matrix” Style

** SPOILER ALERT **  If you have not read Cohesion Lost but plan to, then do not read this.  It contains information that will spoil the plot. In the novel Cohesion Lost, Tenbu and his classmates use plexus beds to relive the lives of historic figures.  What a way to learn history.   Historical dates are no longer abstract.  When was the battle of Waterloo? If you … Continue reading DecNef – Learning Through Brain Mapping “Matrix” Style

First Quantum Network Prototype

“One day, this might not only make it possible to communicate quantum information over very large distances, but might enable an entire quantum Internet.” Dr. Stephan Ritter, leader the experimental team from Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics (MPQ). That one day is likely years away, but for now there’s been a step forward towards a quantum internet.  A team at the Max Planck Institute … Continue reading First Quantum Network Prototype

Intel’s 3D Transistors

I apologize for a short blog about something in the near future… or under present development, but the video does a great job illustrating the basic concept of transistors and more specifically, Intel’s new 3D Transistor.  Enough of my blather.  Here’s their images and video: Later this year, Intel expects to begin production of the new Tri-Gate processors, codenamed “Ivy Bridge.” Images and video courtesy … Continue reading Intel’s 3D Transistors