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Archive for May, 2006

Best of Leo Tolstoy

Posted by danzinde on May 31, 2006

Some the best classical writings of [Leo Tolstoy] in English.

Currently, I am reading [Master and Man],Offcourse some of you remember him from our high school War and Peace 🙂

Leo Tolstoy

Short [TIMELINE] of [Leo Tolstoy]

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I join HBS

Posted by danzinde on May 30, 2006

…being at [dfki] a while and working with active people, I adhere and I claim I am a hard bloggin’ scientist , Though I feel the manifesto is necessary but not sufficient to be a Scientist, since I believe not only in knowledge but also in wisdom, but the spread-of-word is interesting -)hardbloggin_big.gif

Manifest V0.1
This means in particular:

1. I believe that science is about freedom of speech.
2. I can identify myself with the science I do.
3. I am able to communicate my thoughts and ideas to the public.
4. I use a blog as a research tool. That means in particular, that I

– express my thoughts,
– get in contact with others,
– have a sketch of my process online,
– get feedback and new ideas from others.

5. I trust myself.
6. I surf a lot and I read a lot.
7. I blog once in a day/week/month.
8. I give comments once in a day/week/month on other blogs.
9. I am self-aware and critical.
10. I refer to the people who done the work first.
11. I give love and respect to the people.

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Brain waves control Robot: Honda

Posted by danzinde on May 29, 2006

…In a video demonstration in Tokyo, brain signals detected by a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner were relayed to a robotic hand. A person in the MRI machine made a fist, spread his fingers and then made a V-sign. Several seconds later, a robotic hand mimicked the movements.

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Honda claims such technology would replace keyboards and cellphones, the technology keeps the vision for robot behaviour according to owner's mental order, a so called brain-machine interface

read the story [here] view slide show [here]

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Koinobori in Kaiserslautern

Posted by danzinde on May 28, 2006

Koinobori are carp (fish-shaped) flags traditionally flown in Japan to celebrate Children's day. Traditionally, the Japanese associate carp with boys because of the strength associated with carp that swim upstream.The length of 100 m and wieght of 300 kg gave some spectacular sky view over kaiserslautern sports ground.get some impressions here…
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Pearl Jam ‘Life Wasted’ latest Music Video

Posted by danzinde on May 26, 2006

Pearl Jam's latest music video 'Life Wasted' is now available on Google Video It will only be available until Wednesday the 1st of June 2006, use the Google Video Player or download in a format for your iPOD or PSP

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Hindi

Posted by danzinde on May 26, 2006

आज कुछ नया नही है लिखने के लिए,बस इस हफ़ते कृकेट खेलने का इरादा है ।

दानिश नदीम

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The end of Science

Posted by danzinde on May 25, 2006

End of Science by John Horgan…Today, science is the vital principle of our civilization. Putting light on the faith of [Enlightenment] and the Ideas of John Horgan, american science journialist of Scientific American during 1886-1997, limits the growth of science to a desperate end.

John Wheeler emphasized science has mysteries left to explain.

“We still live in the childhood of mankind”

“All these horizons are beginning to light up in our day: molecular biology, DNA, cosmology.We’re just children looking for answers.”

“As the island of our knowledge grows, so does the shore of our ignorance.”

here is Wheeler’s [comment] on Cosmic Serach

Wheeler’s own ideas suggest that a final theory will always be a mirage, that the “truth is in some sense imagined rather than objectively apprehended”.

Though his theory “I do take 100 percent seriously the idea that the world is a figment of the imagination,” did not convince the answer for Where was mind when the universe was born? And what sustained the universe for the billions of years before we came to be?

But nevertheless he left some chilling paradox : at the heart of everything is a question, not an answer. When we peer down into the deepest recesses of matter or at the farthest edge of the universe, we see, finally, our own puzzled faces looking back at us. 🙂

…read the [whole story] of Wheeler’s so called theory “the it from bit”.

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DFKI kicks Fraunhofer

Posted by danzinde on May 25, 2006

…Today I watched [DFKI] winning 3:1 against Fraunhofer Institute [IESE] in Football.Much thrill could be sensed in second half of the game, when 2 spectacular goals were made by dfki team, offcourse some credit goes to pro-DFKI wind 🙂

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[short video]

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Cognitive Science at Osnabrueck

Posted by danzinde on May 22, 2006

…Cognitive Science at Osnabrueck is an active group of people and young minds who are making their wage on intellectual crusade over human intelligence, now the Students portal is active and running, if you are interested to study, want to amplify your cognition and organise your neuronal pattern in a way we are doing here, then have a look for all the events.

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Can Computers Think

Posted by danzinde on May 7, 2006

… many ethical issues for thinking machines,some interesting philosophical brainstorming.If you want to know the details of the mentioned issues FOCUS here

I captured the following snap from demo poster at German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence at Saarbrücken,Germany.

Philosophical Brainstorming

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