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The Exaggerated 21st Century

Are we so insecure of our accomplishments in the 21st century that we must embellish the truth? Because we didn’t live up to the Back to the Future series hype, a few years ago, we began calling a wheeled board … Continue reading

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All the World’s a Factory Floor

All the world’s a factory floor, and all the men and women merely robots. They don’t think they’re robots, nay they are far superior, For they have emotions, the thing that separates man from machine. If they are sad then … Continue reading

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Being Negative About Positronic

Isaac Asimov filled his robots with positronic brains. Positronic was largely a buzz word. The recently discovered (1940’s) positron inspired the name. Asimov may have known more. Like for instance the positron was the antimatter version of the electron. So … Continue reading

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