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Apple, Cars, and Driving: DID YOU KNOW THAT BY 2040 MARS COULD BE COLONISED, BY US, WITHACITY? TH E F U T U RE ACCORDING TO LON MUS Read on to discover some of the most out-there predictions made by the tech pioneer 2024 2018 Humans will fly into space by reusable rockets in 2015, Musk announced on The Late Show that i company Spacex soon lonch eusoble rockets Artificial Intelligence (A.I) will pose a real threat to the human race n on interview with Edge.org in 201%, Musk soid 2025 Tesla will be as valuable as Apple Elon Musk made o bold claim in 2015 againat the own motor compony Teslo Inel et Appe Humans will set foot on Mars in only a handitul of yeas, Ms hes predicted hat me ill be oble to send people to Mars for the 2027 More than half of all new vehicles will be electric Within the nest 10 years, the tech guru predicts thot more then half of new US vehicles will be fully lectrie, and in the same timefrome, complesly 2033 Solar will become the main source of power solved lechnicol ies eeded to moke sell driving cos e reality The only thing stonding in the way hat solor would become te plurality of power win 20 eas and will beat eveything 2037 Cars will no longer have steering wheels in them As predeted indefinite "to of autono We will colonise Mars with a city Citing the short iespan and sceesses of Sp Musk stoted thet by the time is company has ษ.led he " ts to hos cremel citu ontheGod she olso " sted thot ขาย for @ 20%0 A.l. will completely surpass humans None to dompen his fears obout an 2060 A million people will live on Mars o leet of ssnger shipe provided by Spo HOW MANY OF THESE PREDICTIONS WILL BECOME A REALITY IN YOUR LIFETIME? RS The future according to elon musk
Apple, Cars, and Driving: DID YOU KNOW THAT BY 2040 MARS COULD
 BE COLONISED, BY US, WITHACITY?
 TH E
 F U T U RE
 ACCORDING TO
 LON MUS
 Read on to discover some
 of the most out-there
 predictions made by the
 tech pioneer
 2024
 2018
 Humans will fly into space
 by reusable rockets
 in 2015, Musk announced on The Late Show that i
 company Spacex soon lonch eusoble rockets
 Artificial Intelligence (A.I)
 will pose a real threat to
 the human race
 n on interview with Edge.org in 201%, Musk soid
 2025
 Tesla will be as valuable
 as Apple
 Elon Musk made o bold claim in 2015 againat the
 own motor compony Teslo Inel et Appe
 Humans will set foot
 on Mars
 in only a handitul of yeas, Ms hes predicted hat
 me ill be oble to send people to Mars for the
 2027
 More than half of all new
 vehicles will be electric
 Within the nest 10 years, the tech guru predicts thot
 more then half of new US vehicles will be fully
 lectrie, and in the same timefrome, complesly
 2033
 Solar will become the main
 source of power
 solved lechnicol ies eeded to moke sell driving
 cos e reality The only thing stonding in the way
 hat solor would become te plurality of power
 win 20 eas and will beat eveything
 2037
 Cars will no longer have
 steering wheels in them
 As predeted indefinite "to of autono
 We will colonise Mars with
 a city
 Citing the short iespan and sceesses of Sp
 Musk stoted thet by the time is company has
 ษ.led he " ts to hos cremel citu ontheGod
 she olso "
 sted thot ขาย
 for @
 20%0
 A.l. will completely
 surpass humans
 None to dompen his fears obout an
 2060
 A million people will live
 on Mars
 o leet of ssnger shipe provided by Spo
 HOW MANY OF THESE PREDICTIONS WILL
 BECOME A REALITY IN YOUR LIFETIME?
 RS
The future according to elon musk

The future according to elon musk

Brains, Life, and Tumblr: neurosciencestuff: Bilingualism may save brain resources as you ageNew research findings show that bilingual people are great at saving brain power, that is. To do a task, the brain recruits different networks, or the highways on which different types of information flow, depending on the task to be done. The team of Ana Inés Ansaldo, PhD, a researcher at the Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal and a professor at Université de Montréal, compared what are known as functional brain connections between seniors who are monolingual and seniors who are bilingual. Her team established that years of bilingualism change how the brain carries out tasks that require concentrating on one piece of information without becoming distracted by other information. This makes the brain more efficient and economical with its resources.   To arrive at this finding, Dr. Ansaldo’s team asked two groups of seniors (one of monolinguals and one of bilinguals) to perform a task that involved focusing on visual information while ignoring spatial information. The researchers compared the networks between different brain areas as people did the task. They found that monolinguals recruited a larger circuit with multiple connections, whereas bilinguals recruited a smaller circuit that was more appropriate for the required information. These findings were published in the Journal of Neurolinguistics.Two different ways of doing the same taskThe participants did a task that required them to focus on visual information (the colour of an object) while ignoring spatial information (the position of the object). The research team observed that the monolingual brain allocates a number of regions linked to visual and motor function and interference control, which are located in the frontal lobes. This means that the monolingual brain needs to recruit multiple brain regions to do the task. “After years of daily practice managing interference between two languages, bilinguals become experts at selecting relevant information and ignoring information that can distract from a task. In this case, bilinguals showed higher connectivity between visual processing areas located at the back of the brain. This area is specialized in detecting the visual characteristics of objects and therefore is specialized in the task used in this study. These data indicate that the bilingual brain is more efficient and economical, as it recruits fewer regions and only specialized regions,” explained Dr. Ansaldo.Bilinguals have a double advantage as they ageBilinguals therefore have two cognitive benefits. First, having more centralized and specialized functional connections saves resources compared to the multiple and more diverse brain areas allocated by monolinguals to accomplish the same task. Second, bilinguals achieve the same result by not using the brain’s frontal regions, which are vulnerable to aging. This may explain why the brains of bilinguals are better equipped at staving off the signs of cognitive aging or dementia. “We have observed that bilingualism has a concrete impact on brain function and that this may have a positive impact on cognitive aging. We now need to study how this function translates to daily life, for example, when concentrating on one source of information instead of another, which is something we have to do every day. And we have yet to discover all the benefits of bilingualism,” concluded Dr. Ansaldo. So basically Im better than you uni-lingual Americans hahahaha
Brains, Life, and Tumblr: neurosciencestuff:

Bilingualism may save brain resources as you ageNew research findings show that bilingual people are great at
 saving brain power, that is. To do a task, the brain recruits different
 networks, or the highways on which different types of information flow,
 depending on the task to be done. The team of Ana Inés Ansaldo, PhD, a 
researcher at the Centre de recherche de l’Institut universitaire de gériatrie de Montréal
 and a professor at Université de Montréal, compared what are known as 
functional brain connections between seniors who are monolingual and 
seniors who are bilingual. Her team established that years of 
bilingualism change how the brain carries out tasks that require 
concentrating on one piece of information without becoming distracted by
 other information. This makes the brain more efficient and economical 
with its resources.  
To arrive at this finding, Dr. Ansaldo’s team asked two groups of 
seniors (one of monolinguals and one of bilinguals) to perform a task 
that involved focusing on visual information while ignoring spatial 
information. The researchers compared the networks between different 
brain areas as people did the task. They found that monolinguals 
recruited a larger circuit with multiple connections, whereas bilinguals
 recruited a smaller circuit that was more appropriate for the required 
information. These findings were published in the Journal of 
Neurolinguistics.Two different ways of doing the same taskThe participants did a task that required them to focus on 
visual information (the colour of an object) while ignoring spatial 
information (the position of the object). The research team observed 
that the monolingual brain allocates a number of regions linked to 
visual and motor function and interference control, which are located in
 the frontal lobes. This means that the monolingual brain needs to 
recruit multiple brain regions to do the task. 
“After years of daily practice managing interference between two 
languages, bilinguals become experts at selecting relevant information 
and ignoring information that can distract from a task. In this case, 
bilinguals showed higher connectivity between visual processing areas 
located at the back of the brain. This area is specialized in detecting 
the visual characteristics of objects and therefore is specialized in 
the task used in this study. These data indicate that the bilingual 
brain is more efficient and economical, as it recruits fewer regions and
 only specialized regions,” explained Dr. Ansaldo.Bilinguals have a double advantage as they ageBilinguals therefore have two cognitive benefits. First, 
having more centralized and specialized functional connections saves 
resources compared to the multiple and more diverse brain areas 
allocated by monolinguals to accomplish the same task. Second, 
bilinguals achieve the same result by not using the brain’s frontal 
regions, which are vulnerable to aging. This may explain why the brains 
of bilinguals are better equipped at staving off the signs of cognitive 
aging or dementia. 
“We have observed that bilingualism has a concrete impact on brain 
function and that this may have a positive impact on cognitive aging. We
 now need to study how this function translates to daily life, for 
example, when concentrating on one source of information instead of 
another, which is something we have to do every day. And we have yet to 
discover all the benefits of bilingualism,” concluded Dr. Ansaldo.

So basically Im better than you uni-lingual Americans hahahaha

neurosciencestuff: Bilingualism may save brain resources as you ageNew research findings show that bilingual people are great at saving br...

Albert Einstein, Birthday, and College: He is one of the world's most accomplished people. And. yet there's clearly no slowing down for professor Stephen Hawking who celebrates his 75th birthday today The acclaimed physicist has continually defied medical odds after being diagnosed with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) 50 years ago. A condition which normally has a life expectancy of five to 10 years. Social media users have been paying their respects to the Cambridge University professor. with numerous fans and charities posting heartfelt well-wishes. In particular, The Motor Neurone Disease Association said: We would today like to wish our Patron, Professor Stephen Hawking. a very happy 75th birthday! Likewise, the Cambridge University Press hailed him one of our greatest authors Interestingly. Hawkins shares late David Bowie, Elvis Presley and Shirley Bassey his birthday with the Professor Hawking. who is regarded as possibly the most famous scientist since Albert Einstein, was diagnosed with ALS, a form of motor neurone disease, in 1963 when he was 21 He has defied all medical expectations after he was given just a couple of years to live. s now had the People with his type of motor neurone disease are given a life expectancy of 10 years, but he has now had the condition for over 50 years. Hawking. the best-selling author of A Brief History Of Time. caught pneumonia in 1985 and had to have a tracheotomy which left him unable to speak. A Cambridge scientist built a device that enables him to control a computer screen using his cheek for data entry then have a voice synthesiser speak what he has typed. Despite his illness, Hawking went on to Cambridge to become a brilliant researcher and Professorial Fellow at Gonville and Caius College. it is the illusion of knowledge Even today. Hawking still continues to carry out research, write and deliver lectures. Thankyou Professor Hawking and happy birthday. HAPPY BIRTHDAY POTATO Stephen Hawking continues to beat the odds as he celebrates his 75th birthday TODAY
Albert Einstein, Birthday, and College: He is one of the world's most accomplished people.
 And. yet there's clearly no slowing down for professor
 Stephen Hawking who celebrates his 75th birthday today
 The acclaimed physicist has continually defied
 medical odds after being diagnosed with amyotrophic
 lateral sclerosis (ALS) 50 years ago. A condition which
 normally has a life expectancy of five to 10 years.
 Social media users have been paying their respects to the
 Cambridge University professor. with numerous fans and
 charities posting heartfelt well-wishes.
 In particular, The Motor Neurone Disease Association said:
 We would today like to wish our Patron, Professor Stephen
 Hawking. a very happy 75th birthday!
 Likewise, the Cambridge University Press hailed him
 one of our greatest authors
 Interestingly. Hawkins shares late
 David Bowie, Elvis Presley and Shirley Bassey
 his birthday with the
 Professor Hawking. who is regarded as possibly the most
 famous scientist since Albert Einstein, was diagnosed with
 ALS, a form of motor neurone disease, in 1963 when he was 21
 He has defied all medical expectations after he was
 given just a couple of years to live.
 s now had the
 People with his type of motor neurone disease are given
 a life expectancy of 10 years, but he has now had the
 condition for over 50 years.
 Hawking. the best-selling author of A Brief History Of Time.
 caught pneumonia in 1985 and had to have a tracheotomy
 which left him unable to speak.
 A Cambridge scientist built a device that enables him
 to control a computer screen using his cheek for data entry
 then have a voice synthesiser speak what he has typed.
 Despite his illness, Hawking went on to Cambridge to
 become a brilliant researcher and Professorial Fellow
 at Gonville and Caius College.
 it is the illusion of knowledge
 Even today. Hawking still continues to carry out research,
 write and deliver lectures.
 Thankyou Professor Hawking
 and happy birthday.
 HAPPY
 BIRTHDAY
 POTATO
Stephen Hawking continues to beat the odds as he celebrates his 75th birthday TODAY

Stephen Hawking continues to beat the odds as he celebrates his 75th birthday TODAY