Biotropolis - Created by Jak Gibberish
On sale as a print at Society6.
An empirical study to determine if identifier-naming conventions in programming affect code comprehension.
Interesting read if you’re into these kinds of things. (I know I am!).
Finally someone captured what it sounds like in my head!
OR: Penderecki eat your heart out!
OR: Just watch it cause it’s hypnotic and genius!
Somebody ring the bell at the blood factory, because it’s almost time to get those assembly lines running. Almost. A team of British scientists say they’ve created red blood cells suitable for transfusion into humans, a breakthrough that could change the lives of millions—if it works.
By William Herkewitz -
It’s a machine that could calculate solutionsto problems so impossibly time-consuming that even the most powerful supercomputers could never handle them. And it would do so in an instant. This is the quantum computer, made possible by the bizarre nature of quantum mechanics. And though the idea is still in its infancy, it’s no fantasy.
Two research teams, at Harvard University and the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics in Germany, have just announced that they have independently forged the building blocks for tomorrow’s quantum computers. As they published today in the journal Nature (1, 2), the scientists discovered a way to hook up atoms and particles of light to create a new type of switch and logic-gate‚ quantum versions of the connecting structures that link bits of data in modern computers.
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