Signal in Noise
Bu günün internet dünyası böyük ölçüdə küyün (noise), araşdırılmamış, heç bir əsası olmayan fikirlərin toplandığı bir yerdir. Bu səhifədə məruz qaldığımız küyün içindən səsi (signal) tapıb çıxarmağa çalışırıq.
- Mollusk Eyes Reveal How Future Evolution Depends on the PastThe visual systems of an obscure group of mollusks provide a rare natural example of path-dependent evolution, in which a critical fork in the creatures’ past determined their evolutionary futures. The post Mollusk Eyes Reveal How Future Evolution Depends on the Past first appeared on Quanta Magazine
- What Is the Nature of Time?Time is all around us: in the language we use, in the memories we revisit and in our predictions of the future. But what exactly is it? The physicist and Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek joins Steve Strogatz to discuss the fundamental hallmarks of time. The post What Is the Nature of Time? first appeared on […]
- How Selective Forgetting Can Help AI Learn BetterErasing key information during training results in machine learning models that can learn new languages faster and more easily. The post How Selective Forgetting Can Help AI Learn Better first appeared on Quanta Magazine
- ‘Entropy Bagels’ and Other Complex Structures Emerge From Simple RulesSimple rules in simple settings continue to puzzle mathematicians, even as they devise intricate tools to analyze them. The post ‘Entropy Bagels’ and Other Complex Structures Emerge From Simple Rules first appeared on Quanta Magazine
- A Quantum Trick Implied Eternal Stability. Now the Idea May Be Falling Apart.A series of advances seemed to promise the impossible: the existence of quantum states that would never, ever fall into disarray. But physicists are now discovering that the pull of disorder may not be so easily overcome. The post A Quantum Trick Implied Eternal Stability. Now the Idea May Be Falling Apart. first appeared on […]
- Rethinking the homunculusWhen we discovered that the brain contained a map of the body it revolutionised neuroscience. But it’s time for an update - by Moheb Costandi Read at Aeon
- ‘Oumuamua: our first interstellar visitorIt wasn’t aliens, but the first interstellar object found in our solar system still has much to teach us about the cosmos - by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
- Silencing of the girlsGirls are still in a bad bargain with patriarchy: the price of relationship is keeping their true thoughts to themselves - by Carol Gilligan Read at Aeon
- Rolling shapesHow a playful experiment, motivated by scientists’ curiosity, could have novel applications in the realm of quantum optics - by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
- Inventing Hindu supremacyVinayak Savarkar ridiculed Gandhi, preaching that anti-Muslim violence was the only means to unite India into a nation - by Mihir Dalal Read at Aeon
- The Epistemological Politics of GenderA guide to spotting neurosexism The post The Epistemological Politics of Gender appeared first on Science for the People Magazine.
- Eugenics is BackEugenics in old and new forms The post Eugenics is Back appeared first on Science for the People Magazine.
- Sequencing RevoltCan science be used to amend historical harms? Grandmothers say yes. The post Sequencing Revolt appeared first on Science for the People Magazine.
- Autumn 2023 Organizing ReportsOrganizing reports from the Anti-militarism Working Group, NYC chapter, Ann Arbor chapter, and the new Southern Africa chapter. The post Autumn 2023 Organizing Reports appeared first on Science for the People Magazine.
- Letter from the EditorsIn this issue, we explore the topic of gender within a political reality where reproductive justice and access to life affirming health care is under attack. The post Letter from the Editors appeared first on Science for the People Magazine.
- A big boost to Europe’s climate change goalsThe bloc aims to become the first carbon-neutral continent. A new policy called CBAM will assist its ambitions — and may persuade other countries to follow in its footsteps.
- The untapped potential of stem cells in menstrual bloodLong overlooked, menstrual stem cells could have important medical applications, including diagnosing endometriosis
- How gut bacteria connect to Parkinson’s diseaseGrowing evidence suggests a link between the debilitating neurological illness and the microbes that live in our intestines. The vagus nerve may be a pathway.
- Genes and heart disease: Finally making the linkPolygenic risk scores — a patient’s chance, based on tiny DNA variants, of developing cardiovascular disease, breast cancer and more — are coming to clinics. But there are kinks to iron out and accuracy remains an issue.
- We urgently need data for equitable personalized medicineOPINION: A massive bias in medical studies toward men of European origin means that genetic variants in understudied populations don’t get the focus they deserve
- Salvadorans Have Traded Their Rights for Uncertain SecurityEl Salvador’s presidential election results were predictable given its current political landscape. On February 4, 2024, incumbent Nayib Bukele was reelected with nearly 83 percent of the vote, despite numerous irregularities. The biggest irregularity of all is the fact that, under El Salvador’s constitution, incumbents are not eligible to run for a consecutive term. Yet […]
- The US War on Yemen Is an Exercise in FutilityOver the last four months, the Israeli war on Gaza has spilled over into the rest of the Middle East, from Lebanon to Iraq. But the most dramatic example has been the link between events in Palestine and Yemen. Ansar Allah, the movement known as the Huthis, imposed a blockade on ships going to Israel […]
- The End of the FutureJudy Wright, a thirty-year veteran autoworker working at Ford’s River Rouge plant and a member of Local 660 of the United Auto Workers (UAW), was on strike in the fall of 2023. In a PBS Newshour report on September 21, she explained why. “Everything the UAW is asking for is literally what we had before.” […]
- Gaza Doesn’t Need Patronizing “Empathy”“Silence is violence” is a slogan with a long, storied history, even before it was again popularized by the Black Lives Matter movement. Despite its wide acceptance and frequent invocation on protest signs, “silence is violence” has had many nauseating consequences, intended or otherwise. Take Brené Brown. She’s a New York Times bestselling author, podcast […]
- How Italy’s Left Tied Its Fate to a Scandal-Hit InfluencerFor years, Chiara Ferragni has been Italy’s most-followed influencer. But it only took a pandoro — a sweet Italian Christmas bread — to bring down her multimillion-euro powerhouse. A scandal over funds related to a Ferragni-branded pandoro has now brought the influencer under scrutiny for allegedly perpetrating multiple fraudulent charity schemes and unfair commercial practices. […]