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18/07/2017

Physics Today

Many media outlets are trumpeting the push by government, industry, and education experts to get lessons on coding into schools.

[07/10/17]   How uganda ranks in unternet usage over the world
As of 30th june 2017
Around 40% of the world population has an internet connection today. In 1995, it was not even 1%. Over the decades, the internet has become a necessary tool in most people’s daily life; using it to communicate, attend to work, study, among others. The increase in internet usage has taken shape all over the globe.

From the statistics made and detailed by Internet World Stats as of 31st March 2017, Asia has the most number of internet users allover the world with a majority from China; followed by Europe; Latin America; Africa; North America; Middle East; and Oceania, in that order. North America meanwhile has the highest rate of usage; followed by Europe and Oceania In Africa, the rate of internet usage is led by Kenya which has over 77% of her population having access to the internet. This is a result of the government’s efforts in ensuring that all 47 counties of Kenya have access to the internet. Mauritius, Seychelles, Morocco, and South Africa make the top five; while Nigeria comes 7th, Egypt is 13th as Uganda comes 15th. Below is the full ranking, for each of the 55 countries.

AFRICA 2017 POPULATION AND INTERNET USERS STATISTICS FOR 2017
Rank Country Population as of 2017 Internet Users by
31-Mar-2017 Internet penetration percentage
1 Kenya 48,466,928 37,718,650 77.8 %
2 Mauritius 1,281,353 803,896 62.7 %
3 Seychelles 97,539 56,168 57.6 %
4 Morocco 35,241,418 20,207,154 57.3 %
5 South Africa 55,436,360 28,580,290 51.6 %
6 Tunisia 11,494,760 5,800,000 50.5 %
7 Nigeria 191,835,936 93,591,174 48.8 %
8 Cape Verde 533,468 235,183 44.1 %
9 Libya 6,408,742 2,800,000 43.7 %
10 Zimbabwe 16,337,760 6,721,947 41.1 %
11 Gabon 1,801,232 670,197 37.2 %
12 Algeria 41,063,753 15,105,000 36.8 %
13 Egypt 95,215,102 34,800,000 36.5 %
14 Swaziland 1,320,356 436,051 33.0 %
15 Uganda 41,652,938 13,023,114 31.3 %
16 Rwanda 12,159,586 3,724,678 30.6 %
17 Botswana 2,343,981 690,000 29.4 %
18 Ghana 28,656,723 7,958,675 27.8 %
19 Sudan 42,166,323 10,886,813 25.8 %
20 Sao Tome & Principe 198,481 49,686 25.0 %
21 Senegal 16,054,275 3,647,939 22.7 %
22 Angola 26,655,513 5,951,453 22.3 %
23 Cote d’Ivoire 23,815,886 5,230,000 22.0 %
24 Lesotho 2,185,159 444,376 20.3 %
25 Equatorial Guinea 894,464 181,657 20.3 %
26 Namibia 2,568,569 520,000 20.2 %
27 Cameroon 24,513,689 4,909,178 20.0 %
28 Zambia 17,237,931 3,167,934 18.4 %
29 Gambia 2,120,418 373,865 17.6 %
30 Mauritania 4,266,448 714,132 16.7 %
31 South Sudan

02/07/2017

The KARDASHEV Scale (types 0 to VI)

In 1964, Russian astrophysicist Nikolai Kardashev figured that civilizations can be categorized by the total amount of energy available to them. He defined three levels of civilizations based on their capacity to harness and use power. These have since been expanded by another four (in light of the increasingly wild speculations spawned by marrying mathematics and theoretical physics).

The Kardashev Scale, as it is called, now lists 7 levels of civilizations based on their power consumption, and implicitly on their technological advancement and extension.

Type 0

A civilization that harnesses the energy of its home planet, but not to its full potential just yet.

As you might have guessed, that’s our good old human selves. We’re currently at about 0.73 on the Kardashev Scale. It is presumed we’ll reach type I in about 100 years, give or take, depending on how fast our technology advances and how diligently we procreate.



Type I

A civilization that is capable of harnessing the total energy of its home planet.

This is where we’re heading, whether we want it or not. The good part would be that we’d achieve an ultimate peak, the bad part is that we’d then soon have more energy demand than supply, because evolution can’t be so easily halted. We’d have to leave Earth and start pumping other planets for their worth, or even milk our own star directly for its power.

Regardless, becoming a type I civilization is overall a good thing. At least in fiction.

As a type I civilization, we would be capable of controlling Earth entirely. Maybe even influence the weather, control volcanic eruptions and earthquakes, influence global flora and fauna, geological makeup, plate tectonics, etc. That’s pretty awesome! On the flipside, we’d have to recycle everything to get by.



Type II

An interstellar civilization, capable of harnessing the total energy output of a star.

This is the next stage in the evolution of a civilization, and presumes a level of technological development that allows for gigantic constructions and utmost efficiency. Dyson structures come to mind here, which are gigantic constructs meant to harness the energy of stars.

I imagine a type II civilization would not just built these megastructures, but also inhabit them and completely control what goes on inside them. It would control the orbit of all planets in that system, harvest asteroids and comets at its leisure, and basically consume the entire solar system. An intimidating power to behold.

dyson sphere

Type III

A galactic civilization, capable of inhabiting and harnessing the energy of an entire galaxy.

Here we start to venture into truly sexy science-fiction territory. Or am I the only one getting all flushed and tingly at imagining this scale of evolution? *fans herself*

A type III civilization would span the entire galaxy, colonizing and controlling numerous systems. It would be able to harness, store and use the energy output of all stars within that galaxy. Such a civilization would use planets like building blocks, being able to move planets from one solar system to other, merge solar systems, merge stars, absorb supernovae, and even create stars. The galaxy is their playground, and everything in it becomes a toy. Even galactic cat sh*t, if accidentally dug out. Probably here on Earth.



Type IV

A universal civilization, capable of harnessing the energy of the whole universe.

This civilization would be supergalactic, able to travel throughout the entire universe and consume the energy output of several—possibly all—galaxies. Think of that real estate size!

It would also be capable of projects of gargantuan proportions, such as manipulating space-time and tinkering with entropy, thus reaching immortality on a grand scale. An essentially indestructible and highly utopian civilization.

Multiverse_by_CryptFiend

Type V

A multiverse culture, capable of harnessing the energy of multiple universes.

Welcome to metaphysics! Leave your common sense at the door, and count your strings before entering.

No doubt a child of the increased popularity of string theory, the type V civilization would outgrow its own universe. It would span countless parallel universes, being able to manipulate the very structure of reality.

Find that hard to imagine in practical terms? You’re not alone. We’re all friends here. Have a cookie.



Type VI

Even more abstract is the type VI civilization. The type VI exists outside of time and space, and is capable of creating universes and multiverses, and destroying them just as easily. It’s similar in concept to a deity.

It’s hard to imagine a story with such a civilization, since its perfection and indestructible nature would offer little conflict potential. Unless, of course, you’re a lower type civilization waiting to be chewed, swallowed, and digested by one such type VI monstrosity. Recipe for paraversal tragedy.

01/07/2017

WHAT ARE BLACK HOLES (all you need to know about them by nasa)

Don't let the name fool you: a black hole is anything but empty space. Rather, it is a great amount of matter packed into a very small area - think of a star ten times more massive than the Sun squeezed into a sphere approximately the diameter of New York City. The result is a gravitational field so strong that nothing, not even light, can escape. In recent years, NASA instruments have painted a new picture of these strange objects that are, to many, the most fascinating objects in space.

Although the term was not coined until 1967 by Princeton physicist John Wheeler, the idea of an object in space so massive and dense that light could not escape it has been around for centuries. Most famously, black holes were predicted by Einstein's theory of general relativity, which showed that when a massive star dies, it leaves behind a small, dense remnant core. If the core's mass is more than about three times the mass of the Sun, the equations showed, the force of gravity overwhelms all other forces and produces a black hole.

Scientists can't directly observe black holes with telescopes that detect x-rays, light, or other forms of electromagnetic radiation. We can, however, infer the presence of black holes and study them by detecting their effect on other matter nearby. If a black hole passes through a cloud of interstellar matter, for example, it will draw matter inward in a process known as accretion. A similar process can occur if a normal star passes close to a black hole. In this case, the black hole can tear the star apart as it pulls it toward itself. As the attracted matter accelerates and heats up, it emits x-rays that radiate into space. Recent discoveries offer some tantalizing evidence that black holes have a dramatic influence on the neighborhoods around them - emitting powerful gamma ray bursts, devouring nearby stars, and spurring the growth of new stars in some areas while stalling it in others.

One Star's End is a Black Hole's Beginning

Most black holes form from the remnants of a large star that dies in a supernova explosion. (Smaller stars become dense neutron stars, which are not massive enough to trap light.) If the total mass of the star is large enough (about three times the mass of the Sun), it can be proven theoretically that no force can keep the star from collapsing under the influence of gravity. However, as the star collapses, a strange thing occurs. As the surface of the star nears an imaginary surface called the "event horizon," time on the star slows relative to the time kept by observers far away. When the surface reaches the event horizon, time stands still, and the star can collapse no more - it is a frozen collapsing object.

Even bigger black holes can result from stellar collisions. Soon after its launch in December 2004, NASA's Swift telescope observed the powerful, fleeting flashes of light known as gamma ray bursts. Chandra and NASA's Hubble Space Telescope later collected data from the event's "afterglow," and together the observations led astronomers to conclude that the powerful explosions can result when a black hole and a neutron star collide, producing another black hole.

Babies and Giants

Although the basic formation process is understood, one perennial mystery in the science of black holes is that they appear to exist on two radically different size scales. On the one end, there are the countless black holes that are the remnants of massive stars. Peppered throughout the Universe, these "stellar mass" black holes are generally 10 to 24 times as massive as the Sun. Astronomers spot them when another star draws near enough for some of the matter surrounding it to be snared by the black hole's gravity, churning out x-rays in the process. Most stellar black holes, however, lead isolated lives and are impossible to detect. Judging from the number of stars large enough to produce such black holes, however, scientists estimate that there are as many as ten million to a billion such black holes in the Milky Way alone.

On the other end of the size spectrum are the giants known as "supermassive" black holes, which are millions, if not billions, of times as massive as the Sun. Astronomers believe that supermassive black holes lie at the center of virtually all large galaxies, even our own Milky Way. Astronomers can detect them by watching for their effects on nearby stars and gas.

Observed Mass Ranges of Compact Objects
This chart shows the relative masses of super-dense cosmic objects.

Historically, astronomers have long believed that no mid-sized black holes exist. However, recent evidence from Chandra, XMM-Newton and Hubble strengthens the case that mid-size black holes do exist. One possible mechanism for the formation of supermassive black holes involves a chain reaction of collisions of stars in compact star clusters that results in the buildup of extremely massive stars, which then collapse to form intermediate-mass black holes. The star clusters then sink to the center of the galaxy, where the intermediate-mass black holes merge to form a supermassive black hole.
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01/07/2017

5 TOP CONSUMER TRENDS TO WATCH 2017
1. VOICE CONTROLS
highlighted is the New Voice of Computing. By that, the user interface for computers keeps changing to suit people as they use computers in new ways. This evolution is similar to what happened when Steve Jobs made the personal computer more accessible and affordable than previous PCs, which helped it take off in the mass market.
2. Artificial Intelligence
The second big trend is the growth of artificial intelligence. Dubravac said AI has started seeping into smaller devices and is being used for things like managing your refrigerator’s cooling level. Household appliances will increasingly monitor things, like how much detergent you have, and reorder when they gets low.
3. The Defining network (5G)
The 5G network will be a wireless data network that allows you to connect to the internet at blazing speeds and communicate with both video and voice at the same time. Lots of big companies, like Ericsson and Verizon and Qualcomm, are all working on defining the standards and capabilities of 5G.This network will determine what kind of gadgets we use in the future, which has inspired an interesting subtrend.
4. TRANSFORMING TRANSPORT
Google’s self-driving cars have driven over 2 million miles. And the result is a lot of aggregated learning about the right way to drive a car.“Self-driving cars is a strong storyline at CES,” Dubravac said. “That is a phenomenal development, as we overlook incremental change that happens every year.”Transportation is being transformed, with vehicle solutions occupying 200,000 square feet of exhibit space at CES, Dubravac said. Chrysler announced the all-electric Portal car today.
5. Digitalizing Consumer Experience
The final trend is digitizing the consumer experience. That includes digitizing everything from the sense of smell to all the other senses. Those advances will be used in devices such as virtual reality hardware.
by Anish Dennis Thinkx Software

[07/01/17]   COMING SOON !!!!!!!!!!!
The influence of theoretical physics on Technology
Topics.
1. Black holes and warmholes
2. The 4 type of civilization
3. The next 100 Technological advances.
4. Inter terrestrial and inter galaxy's transport
5. BIG bang theory explained
6. Imotality
7. Time travel
8. Genetics
And alot of science staff stay fixed and hooked

[06/30/17]   COMING SOON !!!!!!!!!!!

The influence of theoretical physics on Technology

Topics.
1. Black holes and warmholes
2. The 4 type of civilization
3. The next 100 Technological advances.
4. Inter terrestrial and inter galaxy's transport
5. BIG bang theory explained
6. Imotality
7. Time travel
8. Genetics
9. dark Matter and Dark Energy
And alot of science staff stay fixed and hooked

29/06/2017

5 TOP CONSUMER TRENDS TO WATCH 2017

1. VOICE CONTROLS
highlighted is the New Voice of Computing. By that, the user interface for computers keeps changing to suit people as they use computers in new ways. This evolution is similar to what happened when Steve Jobs made the personal computer more accessible and affordable than previous PCs, which helped it take off in the mass market.
2. Artificial Intelligence
The second big trend is the growth of artificial intelligence. Dubravac said AI has started seeping into smaller devices and is being used for things like managing your refrigerator’s cooling level. Household appliances will increasingly monitor things, like how much detergent you have, and reorder when they gets low.
3. The Defining network (5G)
The 5G network will be a wireless data network that allows you to connect to the internet at blazing speeds and communicate with both video and voice at the same time. Lots of big companies, like Ericsson and Verizon and Qualcomm, are all working on defining the standards and capabilities of 5G.This network will determine what kind of gadgets we use in the future, which has inspired an interesting subtrend.
4. TRANSFORMING TRANSPORT
Google’s self-driving cars have driven over 2 million miles. And the result is a lot of aggregated learning about the right way to drive a car.“Self-driving cars is a strong storyline at CES,” Dubravac said. “That is a phenomenal development, as we overlook incremental change that happens every year.”Transportation is being transformed, with vehicle solutions occupying 200,000 square feet of exhibit space at CES, Dubravac said. Chrysler announced the all-electric Portal car today.
5. Digitalizing Consumer Experience
The final trend is digitizing the consumer experience. That includes digitizing everything from the sense of smell to all the other senses. Those advances will be used in devices such as virtual reality hardware.
by Anish Dennis Thinkx Software

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