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Double Helix Telex External Link Internal Link Inventory Cache Double Helix This nOde last updated November 27th, 2004 and is permanently morphing double helix noun The coiled structure of double-stranded DNA in which strands linked by hydrogen bonds form a spiral configuration. 604 track _Double Helix_ MP3 by Digitalis off of _All Boundaries Are Illusion_compilation CD from 21-3 604 track _Triple Helix_ MP3 by Planet B.E.N. and Spiralkinda samples: "A person from another planet might disagree with you" - from the film _The Day The Earth Stood Still_ (vhs/ntsc) ; "Earth, biosphere. My investigation had led me to formulate the following working hypothesis: In their visions, shamans take their consciousness down to the molecular level and gain access to information related to DNA, which they call "animate essences" or "spirits." Like the axis mundi of shamanic traditions, DNA has the form of a information. photons, which are electromagnetic photons of biological origin, or "biophotons." Jeremy Narby - The DNA.

Computer Vision Algorithm Implementations General Image Processing OpenCV (C/C++ code, BSD lic) Image manipulation, matrix manipulation, transforms Torch3Vision (C/C++ code, BSD lic) Basic image processing, matrix manipulation and feature extraction algorithms: rotation, flip, photometric normalisations (Histogram Equalization, Multiscale Retinex, Self-Quotient Image or Gross-Brajovic), edge detection, 2D DCT, 2D FFT, 2D Gabor, PCA to do Eigen-Faces, LDA to do Fisher-Faces. Various metrics (Euclidean, Mahanalobis, ChiSquare, NormalizeCorrelation, TangentDistance, ...) GradientShop (C/C++ code, GPL lic) GradientShop: A Gradient-Domain Optimization Framework for Image and Video Filtering ImLab (C/C++ code, MIT lic) A Free Experimental System for Image Processing (loading, transforms, filters, histogram, morphology, ...) (C/C++ code, GPL and LGPL lic) CImg Library is an open source C++ toolkit for image processing Generic Image Library (GIL) - boost integration (C/C++ code, MIT lic) Adobe open source C++ Generic Image Library (GIL) qcv BoofCV

DNA As Conductor Telex External Link Internal Link Inventory CacheDNA As ConductorThis nOde last updated December 8th, 2001 and is permanently morphing...(3 Muluc (Water) / 7 Mak - 12.19.8.14.9) Double Helix Does Chemistry at a Distance-But How?In the newest Science, vol. 275, 7. DNA double helix. DNA as conducting wire instead of insulator What seems to occur is flow of electron current along DNA with very small resistance. quantum tunneling between adjacent building units of DNA and it should diminish exponentially with distance. There exist a theory which assumes that the current could flow along the interior of double DNA, that is the region between the bases of strand and complementary strand. 604 track _Cynabs_ MP3 by Orion off of _Trance Central Vol. 8_ on Kickin (2000) sample: "This direct contact from drug and receptor causes massive electrical activity electric current can flow freely without resistance. Charged wormholes could provide also a mechanism of superconductivity: Captured from Inventory Cache

Bioluminescence sagre gives his lightsaber and invisibility Mesurant seulement 45 cm de long environ, le sagre peut sembler nettement moins impressionnant que ses cousins, ​​les grands requins. Mais ce poisson a maitrisé l’art de la bioluminescence, en se dissimulant de ses proies tout en mettant en garde les potentiels prédateurs. Parce qu’il vit dans les profondeurs, il n’est pas surprenant que le sagre dispose de capacités bioluminescentes, mais ils sont une des rares espèces à utiliser cette adaptation de multiples façons. Sur le ventre, le petit requin a petite vésicules, appelées photophores, produisant de la lumière qui est visible au poisson qui passe sous lui. Le Dr Claes explique : C’était surprenant, pourquoi voudriez-vous essayer d’être invisible d’en bas, mais visible de la face dorsale ? Pour en savoir plus, consultez le document original complet sur Scientific Reports : A deepwater fish with ‘lightsabers’ – dorsal spine-associated luminescence in a counterilluminating lanternshark.

Les Algorithmes Génétiques 1.1 Principes généraux Les algorithmes génétiques sont des algorithmes d'optimisation s'appuyant sur des techniques dérivées de la génétique et de l'évolution naturelle1 : croisements, mutations, sélection, etc. Les algorithmes génétiques ont déjà une histoire relativement ancienne puisque les premiers travaux de John Holland sur les systèmes adaptatifs remontent à 1962 [Hol62]. L'ouvrage de David Goldberg [Gol89c] a largement contribué à les vulgariser. Un algorithme génétique recherche le ou les extrema d'une fonction définie sur un espace de données. Un principe de codage de l'élément de population. Figure 1.1: Principe général des algorithmes génétiques on commence par générer une population d'individus de façon aléatoire. 1.2 Description détaillée 1.2.1 Codage des données Historiquement le codage utilisé par les algorithmes génétiques était représenté sous forme de chaînes de bits contenant toute l'information nécessaire à la description d'un point dans l'espace d'état. 1.3.2 Scaling

The Biological Chip in our Cells by Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf Light is in principle the oldest and most important food of the world, and still in addition - understood as electromagnetic wave - a perfect storage medium. We know today that life in the universe is a process which is always swiming against the river. Physics predicts that everything in nature is going towards a condition of a thermal equilibrium. With every energy consuming process always also warmth is produced, which cannot be completely reconverted into work energy. This is well-known to each power station operator. The universe favours disorder and decay rather than order and structure. In such an environment an organism can temporarily exist only because it constantly supplies new order structures to its body using energy , briefly said: by taking up food regularly. For this the plants found the simplest and most direct way. Light nevertheless plays a crucial role for animal and human life too. Not so with superconductors. This is actual the case.

Quadcopter control in three-dimensional space using a noninvasive motor imagery-based brain–computer interface Brain–computer interfaces (BCIs) are aimed at restoring crucial functions to people that are severely disabled by a wide variety of neuromuscular disorders, and at enhancing functions in healthy individuals (Wolpaw et al 2002, Vallabhaneni et al 2005, He et al 2013). Significant advances have been made in the development of BCIs where intracranial electrophysiological signals are recorded and interpreted to decode the intent of subjects and control external devices (Georgopoulos et al 1982, Taylor et al 2002, Musallam et al 2004, Hochberg et al 2006, Santhanam et al 2006, Velliste et al 2008, Hochberg et al 2012). Noninvasive BCIs have also long been pursued from scalp recorded noninvasive electroencephalograms (EEGs). The development of BCIs is aimed at providing users with the ability to communicate with the external world through the modulation of thought. Such a task is achieved through a closed loop of sensing, processing and actuation. Study overview Experimental subjects Table 1.

Genetic Algorithm Clustering for Color Image Quantization F. Z. Bellala Belahbib , F. Souami LRIA Département Informatique FEI, USTHB, Alger, Algérie Correspondence to: F. Copyright © 2012 Scientific & Academic Publishing. Abstract Clustering is an unsupervised classification method used for different issues in image analysis. Keywords: Genetic Algorithms, Clustering, Fuzzy Clustering, Color Image Quantization 1. Genetic algorithms are randomized search andoptimization techniques[11] inspired by natural species evolution. Clustering is an unsupervised classification technique where elements in the same class (cluster) are as similar as possible and elements in different classes are as dissimilar as possible. On the other hand, it has been proved that GeneticAlgorithms as stochastic approaches converge generally to the global solution even with complex data. These propositions were applied for simple data or for grayscale images. This paper is organized as follows. 2. Provided that: Note that in the hard partition, uij is either 0 or 1. 3. 3.1. 4.

Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies By Grazyna Fosar and Franz Bludorf THE HUMAN DNA IS A BIOLOGICAL INTERNET and superior in many aspects to the artificial one. Russian scientific research directly or indirectly explains phenomena such as clairvoyance, intuition, spontaneous and remote acts of healing, self healing, affirmation techniques, unusual light/auras around people (namely spiritual masters), mind’s influence on weather patterns and much more. In addition, there is evidence for a whole new type of medicine in which DNA can be influenced and reprogrammed by words and frequencies WITHOUT cutting out and replacing single genes. Only 10% of our DNA is being used for building proteins. The Russian biophysicist and molecular biologist Pjotr Garjajev and his colleagues also explored the vibrational behavior of the DNA. One can simply use words and sentences of the human language! Garjajev’s research group succeeded in proving that with this method chromosomes damaged by x-rays for example can be repaired. References:

Does DNA Emit Light? Dan Eden for viewzone.com An incredible story! I get lots of suggestions for stories, and I really appreciate them. But some of them are too good to be true. I had this same experience this week when I was sent an article where a Russian (again) scientist, Pjotr Garjajev, had managed to intercept communication from a DNA molecule in the form of ultraviolet photons -- light! But this was just the beginning. Dr. I tried to find a scientific journal that had this experiment. Fritz-Albert Popp thought he had discovered a cure for cancer. It was 1970, and Popp, a theoretical biophysicist at the University of Marburg in Germany, had been teaching radiology -- the interaction of electromagnetic (EM) radiation on biological systems. He'd been examining two almost identical molecules: benzo[a]pyrene, a polycyclic hydrocarbon known to be one of the most lethal carcinogens to humans, and its twin (save for a tiny alteration in its molecular makeup), benzo[e]pyrene. Why Ultra-violet light? Photorepair

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