Almost every second, lightning triggers powerful electrical bursts in our atmosphere. But the inner workings of lightning are still unknown. Indeed, when Andreas Mogensen directed a high-resolution camera towards a gigantic thunderstorm, while flying over India at 28.800 km/h in 2015, he made spectacular, first of its kind footage. He caught a blue jet, repeatedly shooting up into space towards the upper layers of the atmosphere – as high as 40 Km.
We could, of course, explain ourselves and bore you half to death with bombastic adjectives. But we’d rather just show you. We believe that notions of left vs right, liberal vs conservative are outdated and disorienting. Instead, we’re positioned in the second quadrant (Q2) of Eric Weinstein’s Four Quadrant Model. In short: we detest the political correctness and identity politics of Q1, but we refuse to accept that alarmist boomer polemics and the alt-right in Q3 are the only alternatives.
“Military use of machine learning naturally raises valid concerns. We’re actively discussing this important topic internally and with others as we continue to develop policies and safeguards around the development and use of our machine learning technologies.”
“Putin then went on to weapons systems that were not previously known to the public. One is a yet-to-be-named cruise missile with an almost unlimited range. This is achieved thanks to a highly-efficient on-board miniaturized nuclear reactor, which powers the flight. Such a missile can fly low enough to avoid early detection, can change course to avoid enemy anti-missile assets along its path, and maneuver to pierce the anti-missile systems protecting its target.”
“A new AI system that can visualise human thoughts. Yes! We are talking about a technology that can see the human thought or convert them into pictures. It’s always frightening to know that another person can read your thoughts. Imagine the case where technology can see what you are thinking!”
Our favourite two F1 boys, Red Bull’s Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo, got their new car revealed today and it will be called the Aston Martin-Red Bull Racing-TAG Heuer RB14. Where the previous car, the RB13, was basically the F1 version of a Red Bull soda can, the new one will go for dark blue, and that’s awesome. But, don’t get attached too much, these colours are temporary, the real colours will be revealed next week.
They are going to call it the Cullinan, which is a reference to a 3106-carat jewel unearthed in South Africa in 1905, that’s said to be the largest flawless diamond ever found. It will be packed with a majestic 6.75 Liter V12 with 2 turbochargers, borrowed from the new Phantom.