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March 30 2011

August 11 2010

Hydrogen bombshell: Rewriting life's history - life - 11 August 2010 - New Scientist

Es wurden Lebensformen auf der Erde entdeckt, die kein Sauerstoff benötigen

Hydrogen bombshell: Rewriting life's history - life - 11 August 2010 - New Scientist

Es wurden Lebensformen auf der Erde entdeckt, die kein Sauerstoff benötigen

July 18 2010

June 12 2010

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/dan_gilbert_asks_why_are_we_happy.html

"Ein starkes Stück Aufklärung über die Grundlagen des Strebens nach dem eigenen Wohlbefinden." (Psychologie heute )

December 14 2009

100 Incredible Lectures from the World’s Top Scientists | Best Colleges Online

List of 100 incredible lectures, you’ve now got access to the cutting edge theories and projects that are changing the world.
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October 25 2009

Model Theory (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Model theory is the study of the interpretation of any language, formal or natural, by means of set-theoretic structures.

October 21 2009

Deutsche Bank Research: India's specialisation in IT exports

Around16% ofIndia’s total exports are IT services and IT-based business services (average 2000-2003). This level of export specialisation is unrivalled by any comparable country and it is an indicator of a strong comparative advantage. This is surprising because exports of IT services are typically the premise of rich and technology-savvy countries. An educated workforce – which is abundant in rich countries but scarce in poor countries such as India – is the key resource. India’s export specialisation in skill-intensive products will be greatest by the year 2010 and regain this level only when GDP per capita will have reached USD 20,00

Stephen Wolfram: A New Kind of Science (book)

Physics and computer science genius Stephen Wolfram, whose Mathematica computer language launched a multimillion-dollar company, now sets his sights on a more daunting goal: understanding the universe. Wolfram lets the world see his work in A New Kind of Science, a gorgeous, 1,280-page tome more than a decade in the making. With patience, insight, and self-confidence to spare, Wolfram outlines a fundamental new way of modeling complex systems. On the frontier of complexity science since he was a boy, Wolfram is a champion of cellular automata--256 "programs" governed by simple nonmathematical rules. He points out that even the most complex equations fail to accurately model biological systems, but the simplest cellular automata can produce results straight out of nature--tree branches, stream eddies, and leopard spots, for instance. The graphics in A New Kind of Science show striking resemblance to the patterns we see in nature every day.
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