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The bionic man, and what he tells us about the future of being human

Rex, as he's called, has been put together by an expert team for a forthcoming Channel 4 documentary 'How to Build a Bionic Man' - in an effort to show just how far prosthetic science has advanced. Tom Clarke reports.


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ITGabs's curator insight, February 11, 2013 8:09 PM

This remember me Ghost in the Shell...

Gabby A Silver's comment, February 11, 2013 9:18 PM
Man in motion: prosthetic science absoluteley amazing and a credit to human kind, but, if in the wrong hands, an Army could take over and control the world.
Mechanical Walking Space Man's curator insight, February 22, 2013 1:40 AM

 

Looking forward to seeing Rex in action...

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Origins of Chaos

Origins of Chaos | Era del conocimiento | Scoop.it

This image shows how a basic mechanical system can produce both order and chaos. The dots are actually points on a plot: each point shows the angle (x-axis) and speed (y-axis) of an imaginary rotor (like a helicopter blade spinning without friction or air resistance) at a single moment in time. This map is the result of 1,000 imaginary trials: during each one, the blade begins at a different angle and velocity, and its trajectory is mapped every second for 100 seconds. As the process repeats, the plotted points begin to form an image composed, in some areas, of highly regular patterns, and, in others, of scattered, randomly arranged dots.


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People May Be Just a Bit Psychic, Even If They Don’t Know It

People May Be Just a Bit Psychic, Even If They Don’t Know It | Era del conocimiento | Scoop.it
Evidence persists in the psychological literature that people's bodies sometimes unconsciously "predict" unpredictable future events. These visceral responses don't appear to be the result of sheer chance.

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Causation Warps Our Perception of Time

Causation Warps Our Perception of Time | Era del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Research has shown that our perceptual system seems to pull causally-related events together – compared to two events that are thought to happen of their own accord, we perceive the first event as occurring later if we think it is the cause and we perceive the second event as occurring earlier if we think it is the outcome.


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The Power of your Amazing Brain

The Power of your Amazing Brain | Era del conocimiento | Scoop.it

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Susan Gingras Fitzell's curator insight, January 13, 2013 7:30 AM

How we use our brains, how we keep our brains healthy, how we learn and critically think, all have significant impact on our career success.

Susan Gingras Fitzell's curator insight, January 13, 2013 7:32 AM

How we use our brains, how we keep our brains healthy, how we learn and critically think, all have significant impact on our school success.

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The Persistence of "Past-Life" Memories

The Persistence of "Past-Life" Memories | Era del conocimiento | Scoop.it

Many children spontaneously report memories of 'past lives'. For believers, this is evidence for reincarnation; for others, it's a psychological oddity. But what happens when they grow up?


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Animated Factorization Diagrams

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Animated Factorization Diagrams


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How the brain controls our habits

How the brain controls our habits | Era del conocimiento | Scoop.it

 

Habits are behaviors wired so deeply in our brains that we perform them automatically. This allows you to follow the same route to work every day without thinking about it, liberating your brain to ponder other things, such as what to make for dinner.

 

However, the brain's executive command center does not completely relinquish control of habitual behavior.


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