Ennetech by Erasmus and Kinkajou Authors

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Erasmus and Kinkajou share their vision of technologies that will help us on our way.

 

 

 

 

Information is the core of the Industrial revolution of this era.

A combination of computers and fibreoptic cables.

New Communcations via the quantum world,

mind to mind,

new travel tech and

new reading tech.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY

ErasmusErasmus : The “Quantum Radio” web pages begin by providing us with an understanding of how we have deduced the nature of the quantum world from experiments we have done in the real world. In the quantum world, the entangling of electrons suggests that the concept of “volume” or “space” is a figment of our imagination. It suggests that many aspects of what we hold as real, do not exist. The quantum world gives us a glimpse of new technologies which may enable us to conquer the galaxy and beyond.

KinkajouKinkajou : I wonder to what extent our Sigma Psi senses actually blend into the quantum world? There must be a scientific rationale for such a sense. It seems not to belong to the rational world of science in which we spend so much of our time.

ErasmusErasmus : The Orbital Engine pages look at one of the key factors which imprison humanity on this planet. The ability to escape the gravity well of planet Earth, prohibits humanity from developing habitats in space and through the solar system. Again while we can achieve orbit with our current technology, it is the financial or business plan which limits our activities. We can access earth orbit today, but at a prohibitive price.

Dr XxxxxDr Xxxxx : To achieve orbit is to revolutionise plane travel. London to Sydney in an hour. And we could even be zipping around the whole solar system before we know it.

ErasmusErasmus : Psionics is a branch of science looking at phenomena we experience which appear to have no logical explanation in the real world. Perhaps these unusual sensors or perceptions have their basis in the quantum world. We discuss how Psi can affect our lives daily. Someone once said: “a wise man prays once a week, but studies psi every day”.

KinkajouKinkajou : Not the bosses. Not the state. Let Sigma Psi tell us of our fate.

ErasmusErasmus : "Book Readers" suggests that there may be a new paradigm for the consumption of the printed word. It is likely that it will rewrite the way we use newspapers and magazines, which are becoming increasingly irrelevant to our Internet-based information Society. To use such a technology effectively, requires social changes.

Dr XxxxxDr Xxxxx : I think information paradigms for the news media and for magazines have a long way to go. There is value in the printed word. There is however no value in dinosaur thinking.

ErasmusErasmus : Our Health Record pages look at the technologies inherent in recording health information for the individual, while making it available to others who care for that individual. Social engineering aspects of health records are paramount. Many feel that they have ownership or access rights, but who should determine what these may be. At the most basic level, the health record looks at storing low-level information – such as from an individual and sharing it across a diverse network of others. Privacy, security, access and veracity are all substantial issues for distributed databases, such as the health record.

Dr XxxxxDr Xxxxx : Current computerised health records cannot even begin to approach the information efficiency of Picts and manual records. We have a long way to go before computers can assist us in health, more than cripple us.

 

 

 


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