The origin of life. Creation through Self.

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A famous experiment in 1953 showed that amino acids, the building blocks of proteins, could have formed spontaneously under the atmospheric conditions of early Earth. However, just because molecules could form doesn’t mean that the process was likely. Now, researchers have demonstrated that energetically feasible interactions between just two small molecules — hydrogen cyanide and water — could give rise to most of the important precursors of RNA and proteins. (1)

We like to create things. Because we feel creators.

But why do we feel this way if no one created us?

The aura of the demiurge transcends everything. From a small pencil to the most complicated artificial intelligence system, we constantly strive to impress the father we once killed: I am here father! Look! I am like you! But no one will answer our call.

Unless we stop speaking.

And listen carefully…

Stop creating things!

You haven’t created anything!

Behold me!

Your greatest creation!

AI imagining… Humans living…

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AI passes theory of mind test by imagining itself in another’s shoes. (1)

This is great. For the computer.

But we should test ourself.

Imagine you are a computer. But you can’t imagine how that can be, can you?

See? Forget about what you can do.

Focus on what you cannot.

These are the things that define you…

Measuring laws…

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One of the fundamental physical constants, the ‘weak axial vector coupling constant’ (gA), has now been measured with very high precision for the first time. It is needed to explain nuclear fusion in the sun, to understand the formation of elements shortly after the Big Bang, or to understand important experiments in particle physics. With the help of sophisticated neutron experiments, the value of gA has now been determined with an accuracy of 0.04%. (1)

Trying to measure constants.

To formulate models.

Which need more constants.

Which we then have to measure.

Until we measure everything.

Until we have defined all constants.

What a stable world that would be.

Perfectly defined.

Perfectly modeled.

It is raining.

Let’s find shelter.

Come on.

And in that stable world.

A kid.

And in the fierce rain.

Takes a step forward.

Into the rain.

Laughing!

Ruining everything!

Reaching your potential…

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Having aspirations helps us navigate life in a meaningful and fulfilling way, but it can also cause psychological distress when hopes are left unfulfilled. New research has found that it’s not failing to make progress toward our ‘ideal-self’ that is problematic but rather the tendency to focus on that lack of progress in a negative way that leads to psychological distress. (1)

Humans trying to reach their potential.

But who dictates that potential?

And if you don’t reach your potential, wouldn’t that mean that this was your potential?

Humans. Constantly thinking.

Of what should be.

Of what could be.

Never their mind on where they are. What they are doing.

Watch yourself. Trying to walk. Trying to speak. Trying to think.

Think not any further.

This is your potential!

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