The juxtaposition of science and religion, as practiced in the Soviet era is gone. Now is not a wonder of the publication in which religious and scientific truths coexist quite peacefully as those who wear a cassock, or in cassock, and those who cherishes the diploma and Ph.D. candidate at a major in philosophy of Marxism-Leninism '. In the vast majority of such publications, their authors, following another St. Augustine (IV-V cc.) interpret the texts of the Bible and the Gospel as symbolic allusions to scientific truth. Dell has plenty of information regarding this issue. Or, to prove the existence of God proposed schemes, in which appear thin, ultra-thin, astral and other matter, whose existence is self-evident. But forty years ago, the great Polish writer and philosopher Stanislaw Lem (1921-2006) found another way: he suggested creating a model of the universe in your computer (see the book 'Summa techologia', which was published in 1964 in Krakow, and was published in Russian translation in Moscow in 1968). In this book, the writer suggested that one day mankind will be able to build a computer model of the universe, which will develop life, intelligence and civilization.
In this case, S. Lem believed that the designer of this world will take steps to ensure that inhabit it sentient beings could not guess its artificiality, so that they do not feel prisoners model. The author of this article do not Agreeing with fiction in regard to concerns of the designer to protect the creatures that inhabit the artificial universe of knowledge about their 'nenastoyaschesti', at the same time took the idea of an artificial world in arms, and by removing its inside out, raised the question: 'Is not our own universe model in the computer? " If the Creator does not put a sling on the way to the discovery of the artificial nature of our universe, then it is possible that relevant evidence can be found.
Against undiscovered heatwaves in the refrigerated counter Bonn, July 8, 2009 – summer, Sun, sunshine. What pure joy of life for many consumers, holds many dangers for quickly corrupting food. High temperatures are known to be the main cause of spoiled food and diseases caused by this. Due to long transport routes at high temperatures and incorrect storage it may lead to especially in the summer quickly the consumer taking spoiled food without knowing it to be. Bizerba counteracts the targeted. The technology manufacturer from Balingen developed the innovative time temperature indicator (TTI) OnVu together with Ciba Specialty chemicals and FreshPoint.
The supermarket customers can see the color on the label, which food during transport and during storage was well cooled and is fresh and that he should better avoid. The OnVu label works very precisely and reliably for most foods. The OnVu label with UV light activated (recharges), it turns dark blue. then it temperature completely decolorized himself. This means, if the product is fresh, the label is dark blue. Is the blue colour is gone, the product should no longer be used.
Now spoils fish such as faster as salami, the label is also these differences. So the labels for fish be charged, for example, shorter than the labels for salami. The worse is how far progressed, recognizes the customer easily on the basis of a comparison of active blue color in the middle of the label with a present also on the label color of the reference. Because Bizerba attaches great importance to the safety of the new system, every OnVu is calibrated label specifically to each product. The desaturation process cannot be manipulated by the applied UV filter. So far, the customer had to rely on the specified expiration date. You do not, this date always refers to a temperature at which the product must be stored and transported than consumer knows but as the conditions for a single Package were actually. So choosing a product alone after the expiration date, not knowing whether the ideal storage and transport conditions have been met. Also, it happens in summer often, that fresh food will be hot during transport from the supermarket back home. You cannot recognize what that means for the durability on the expiration date. A look at the OnVu shows clearly label whether a product should be consumed quickly or is still long-lasting. A message from NeueNachricht. NeueNachricht is responsible for the content.
Simply fascinating, Moshe portrays Rappoport what ways took the rapid development of information technology in the shortest time. Since the 1960s, the size has been reduced by storage media every two years to the half. Half size is also double the speed, because the way to cut in half, that information in the store has. Also the production costs of such components sink to the same extent. Only the communications and information industry could provide products such as the i-phone but also simple mobile phones, navigation systems, RFID solutions, electronic cameras, etc. Until this, solutions could be built, linking the media on a variety of levels. The examples of how the intelligent dressing room, in which the customer on the screen looks like he with his selected new are practically implemented Clothing acts before he attracts them; or information-on-demand systems”such as a camera detects a customer whose typus can classify, assess his mood and immediately make an offer based on these customers on a screen on the basis of this information.
Pilot applications already achieved hit rates by more than 70 percent. Learn more on the subject from Mikkel Svane. How much is the hit rate on an anonymous advertising, might answer every man for himself. RFID applications, especially in the field of logistics, can be seen against this technological background. While a pinhead takes over the computer’s performance (computing and saving) large chip and the design and performance of the antenna around him ensures that information there arrive, where they are needed and prevents unauthorized query. Under the keyword digital divide”discusses the future researchers the ability to be able to understand digital processes and presents the changes in our society to the Auditorium, which are already in full swing. To do this, it shares the “” World’s population simply into two categories: those born before 1970 are the digital immigrants “and those born after 1980 the digital native”.
The last so with the blessings “of information and communication technologies grew up, the others are arrested in conventional technical environments and must learn painstakingly absorb what the younger ones with breast milk. “Also, Rappoport are obvious examples: A today 20 punds one hour daily as a child going to computer systems, has more than 5000 hours of computer experience”. Even if this deal is limited to computer games, he has learned the ability to detect represented complexities quickly on the screen and it filter out situations. Yes, his goal is to win the game. “Awareness, that there are only” a game also promotes its risk-taking, because here once to lose has almost no other consequences. With these abilities, the “previously rather an exception were, our children to grow up all over the world and the first generation of this computer kids” is already entered in the professional life. Here is the biggest transformation of human society. That we must set us.
VMI members discuss with futurologists Cologne – launched an exclusive program the Visual Merchandising initiative E.v. for their members in Zurich and Bern. Top-class lecturers, visionary, innovative entrepreneurs and researchers discussed deriving trends and developments for retailers with the Auditorium about social changes, and it is. Concrete, already proven solutions for Visual Merchandising were presented as well as research projects, which will influence future solutions or determine. The programme made in Bern, connected with visits to Westside\”an excursion to the Mirgros, one of the most modern shopping centres in Europe. People develop technologies and technologies the company. Today adolescent children will understand so well the world and their relationships like never before in the history. That was the quintessence of the lecture by future researchers Moshe Rappoport, without a doubt the highlight of this Conference of VMI.
Moshe Rappaport is Industry Solutions Lab in Zurich, one of eight research and development centers of the company worldwide, where over 3000 scientists and engineers working on Executive Technology briefer\”in IBM. The Zurich laboratory produced two Nobel Prize winners for Physics (1986 and 1987). Technological developments must be assessed in their practical application\”, Rappoport said. The focus is not the technical possible, but the benefits. Always the question what the user can use therefore arises and it learns just who can knows its markets, analyze them, and listen to.
In this way, the most advanced chip designs that brought computing power on the plastic cards (customer cards, bank cards, etc.) originated in Zurich, and here also the ideas for the Metro were forged future store. At the latest since the global opportunity to use the worldwide web information technology influenced the development of companies and the emergence of new forms of distribution. Amazon and eBay it would without does not give, offers of today’s scope (for example, in the retail sector) are not controllable without information technology do not build and large international companies.