Articles related to : Performance

Measurable productivity, based not on impressions and intent, but on specific tangible output.

Shinichi Mochizuki, 2012

Three mathematicians

There are many outstanding individuals, who have done for humanity much more than Olympic gold winners and many entertainment celebrities, but the wider public does not know their names. I have written already about Bartini. Today, I would like to honor three mathematicians. I learned about them accidentally and was impressed by their lives and […]

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Bartini, little known genius

Roberto Oros di Bartini  was a genius. The only difference between him and a few well known greatest scientists of all times is that his name is familiar only to the specialists in the aviation industry, due to many specific reasons. First, as a young Italian communist, he probably worked for Russian intelligence. Second, after […]

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Immortality and future of humanity

Aubrey De Grey, a Cambridge University researcher, who is also a head of the Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS) project (“senescence” is scientific jargon for aging), defines seven causes of aging, all of which he thinks can be dealt with. As the result, he estimates that 25 years from now, people will start living […]

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Think to me

For quite awhile, we are already connected via the internet and multitudes of communication devices, so the idea of connection straight between brains comes naturally. But the progress of the implementation is staggering. It is actually already here. Boy, I am looking forward to stop writing you and starting just thinking together! On July 9, […]

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