Category Archives: The Universe

Brain Benelles’ Future

femalerobotFor humanity, a Chinese factory run by robots may be the biggest news story of 2015 (emphasis mine):

Previously, there were 650 employees at the factory. With the new robots, there’s now only 60

The robots have produced almost three times as many pieces as were produced before. According to the People’s Daily, production per person has increased from 8,000 pieces to 21,000 pieces. That’s a 162.5% increase.

The increased production rate hasn’t come at the cost of quality either. In fact, quality has improved. Before the robots, the product defect rate was 25%, now it is below 5%

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Gravity Therapy

gravity_womanFeeling bad is painful and hurts our health. When we feel bad, we are sending a signal to our body that lowers our health. These negative signals are so powerful that if we keep sending them, we can even start to think about hurting ourselves.

If you are depressed, or in pain, or lonely, happiness can feel impossible. You might think that feeling happy is for “other people”, like everybody else but you.

Gravity therapy is one way to feel better. Gravity therapy is a natural way to stop negative thoughts and pain, so your benelles will heal and feel good.

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The Universe as a Snake

UniverseSnakeThe reason the universe is expanding may be because it is like a snake eating its own tail. This could also explain why today’s universe is expanding at an accelerating rate. Let’s rewind some billions of years to explain the basis of this theory.

Before inflation occurred, as described by Guth, we might think of the universe as a single small dot. Everything was one; entropy was infinite. The dot was so dense that it included all of space-time inside itself. Thus, there could be no gravity as we understand the word; there was no space-time to warp.

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Active Gravity and Dark Energy

dark energyGravity is a form of energy expressed whenever mass distorts space-time. Across the universe, gravity is expressed in rare instances for the reason that ordinary matter is uncommon, making up only around 5% of the universe’s particles.

Let’s say that you and I are made of superhero particles: we can create matter. Together, we decide to create a giant planet from nothingness, and then we hurl it into the recesses of space.

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