Zombie cells… Castles in the sand…

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Zombie cells are the ones that can’t die but are equally unable to perform the functions of a normal cell. These zombie, or senescent, cells are implicated in a number of age-related diseases. Researchers have now expanded that list. (1)

Zombie cells.

Not like the other cells.

Because the other cells sustain life.

But we don’t know what life is.

But we know there are zombie cells.

Because they don’t sustain life.

But we don’t know what life is.

Everything we know is castles on the sand.

We must be kids again in order to remember.

That the funniest thing about castles was them being swept away by the water…

Materialism’s dictatorship. Dreams in a cold universe…

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Genes are key to academic success, study suggests. Parents always worry about whether their children will do well in school, but their kids probably were born with much of what they will need to succeed, new research suggests. (1) In another study, “bravery” cells were found in the hippocampus. (2) Another study found the mechanisms with which the brain forgets. Researchers have analysed what happens in the brain when humans want to voluntarily forget something. They identified two areas of the brain — the prefrontal cortex and the hippocampus — whose activity patterns are characteristic for the process of forgetting. They measured the brain activity in epilepsy patients who had electrodes implanted in the brain for the purpose of surgical planning. (3)

Every day we are bombarded with news about how science explains things. And under a diabolic coincidence, all these explanations produced have one philosophical dogma as their basis: Materialism. We are matter. Things are matter. The universe is matter. A living matter nonetheless. A matter with consciousness. A matter which can die. And be reborn. A matter which can cry. A matter which can laugh.

In the cold vast universe.

Full of nothing.

Humans dream.

They dream of matter. So they see matter.

One day they will wake up. And everything will disappear.

One day they will die. And they will be born…

Predictions. Crowds. Humans. Universe.

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Electrons whizzing around each other and humans crammed together at a political rally don’t seem to have much in common, but researchers are connecting the dots. They’ve developed a highly accurate mathematical approach to predict the behavior of crowds of living creatures, using methods originally developed to study large collections of quantum mechanically interacting electrons. (1)

Humans moving as atoms. Atoms moving as humans.

In a world full of light, we try to find darkness.

In a cosmos full of soul, we try to find matter.

At the end, we look so hard that we miss the point.

Are we moving like atoms?

Or are the atoms moving like us?

Hard to see through the cosmos and understand it.

Especially when you are the mirror reflecting it…

Believing in anything. As long as it is not Christian.

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I recently came up with another article on how the universe could possibly have more dimensions. (1)

This is not the first and certainly not the last time scientists make similar claims. The scientific community has been filled with theories claiming that there are more dimensions we cannot feel, multiple universes we cannot touch or new types of matter we cannot see…

You now, modern civilization has a deep hatred against anything relation to religion and especially Christianity (see French Revolution, “enlightenment” et cetera).

We are willing to believe into things we cannot and will never see (like the multiple universes) than accept the existence of a creator even as a possibility. We are willing to accept things we cannot and will never feel (like the multiple dimensions) than accept life as it is. We are willing to accept that we are nothing (e.g. just a set of lifeless matter with no free will) than accept anything remotely related to Christianity.

Most people might not realize it, but religion is much more scientific than science today. Because religion accepts what we feel (I have consciousness, I am not just a lifeless set of matter, I have free will) and it adheres to what we see (the cosmos is what we see – even miracles are accepted based on empirical evidence, in contradiction with theories like the above which are accepted based on anything but the existence of evidence).

Within our (supposedly) enlightened era, we have forgotten that light casts the longest shadows.

And even though we see the stars at the edges of the cosmos…

We fail to look at our self and deduce any meaning.

And even though we think too much about everything.

We fail to see that our thinking only generates questions.

And so we think of multiple universes. And so we look for multiple dimensions. In a world were we exist not. In a universe which just happened to be. Only because we hate the possibility of us being important. Only because we fear the possibility of us Being.

Look in the mirror.

Listen to you.

Look for the simple answers.

Sure, they look stupid.

But only because your questions are not stupid enough…

Psychopath AI… Psychopath humans… Old fashioned prejudice…

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Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have truly created a monster. A team of researchers who specialize in the darker side of artificial intelligence made news for their latest creation: “Norman”, a machine-learning bot that “sees death in whatever image it looks at”, its creators told HuffPost.

Pinar Yanardag, Manuel Cebrian and Iyad Rahwan wanted to prove that an artificial intelligence algorithm would be influenced by the kind of content fed to it. So they made Norman, named for “Psycho” character Norman Bates, and had it read image captions from a Reddit forum that features disturbing footage of people dying.

The team then showed Norman randomly generated inkblots and compared the way it captioned the images to the captions created by a standard AI. For instance, where a standard AI sees, “A black and white photo of a small bird,” Norman sees, “Man gets pulled into dough machine”. (1)

Seeing life everywhere. Trained to ignore death. Wondering why and how we came to be. Questioning everything regarding our being.

And yet, the questions we ask hold the key to our prejudice. And as all other questions, already contain the answers we secretly wish for.

Audacious humans dancing on a bed of death…

Too busy to see that what they see is the key to what you don’t see…