Special Edition: Most of the Universe|Edición especial: La mayor parte del Universo|Speciale Edition: La Majeure Partie de l’Universe|Edizione Speciale: La maggior parte dell’Universo

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Panel 1.
Teacher: Class, today we’re going to start a new chapter in astronomy. But first I want to introduce our new Artificial Intelligence student; Epo.
Class: Hello.
Epo: Hello.

Teacher: Epo is the next generation of AI and is using evolutionary computing in classrooms to enhance its understanding.

Panel 2.
Teacher: To start our new chapter, we’re going to discuss what’s in the Universe. Can anyone tell me what most of the matter in the Universe is made of?
Teacher: Yes, Entoz.

Panel 3.
Entoz: Atoms!
Teacher: Not quite, but it does seem that way here in the classroom. Atoms, baryonic matter, seem to be everywhere to us, but are less common in the whole Universe.

Panel 4.
[Alkina raises her hand.]
Zadri: Do you know what it is, Alkina?
Alkina: I think so…

Panel 5.
Teacher: I’ll give you a hint, we know about it because of its gravity. Anyone else?

What does it mean?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) – a computer system that mimics human intelligence.

Baryonic matter – matter that is built out of groupings of three quarks, called baryons. The most common and stable baryons are the proton and neutron.

Evolutionary computing – a form of computer programming that mimics the adaptive abilities of species on a genetic level. The technique is used in problem solving and data correlation.

Gravity – is the universal force of attraction between all matter.

In human speak please!

Do you know what type of matter comprises most of the Universe? The Universe is a big place (the biggest place we can currently detect) and among all the stars, planets, galaxies, black holes, pulsars, gas and dust, one category of matter is more abundant than the rest. Submit your thoughts in the comments section.

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¡Un episodio nuevo cada lunes!

Transcripción de Comic

Pánel 1:
Maestra: Clase, hoy vamos a empezar un nuevo capítulo en astronomía. Pero primero vamos a introducir a la nueva estudiante de inteligencia artificial, Epo.
Clase: Hola.
Epo: Hola.
Maestra: Epo es de la nueva generación de inteligencia artificial y hace uso de la computación evolutiva en el salón de clase para profundizar su compresión.

Pánel 2:
Maestra: Para comenzar, discutiremos lo que hay en el Universo. ¿Alguien puede decirme de qué está compuesta la mayor parte de la materia del Universo?
Maestra: ¿Si, Entoz?

Pánel 3:
Entoz: ¡Átomos!
Maestra: No exactamente, pero eso parecería aquí en el salón de clases. Los átomos, o materia bariónica, parece estar en todo nuestro alrededor, pero son la materia menos común en el Universo.

Pánel 4:
[Alkina levanta la mano.]
Zadri: ¿Tú sabes cuál es, Alkina?
Alkina: Creo que sí…

Pánel 5:
Maestra: Les daré una pista, sabemos que existe por su gravedad. ¿Alguien más?

¿Qué significa eso?

Inteligencia artificial (IA) – Es un sistema computacional que imita la inteligencia humana.

Materia bariónica – Es la materia qué está compuesta por grupos de quarks, llamados bariones. Los bariones más comunes y estables son los protones y los neutrones.

Computación evolutiva – Es una forma de programación computacional que imita la habilidad de las especies de adaptación a nivel genético. La técnica se utiliza para la solución de problemas y para la correlación de la información.

Gravedad – Es la fuerza universal de atracción entre toda la materia.

¡En nuestra lengua por favor!

¿Sabes cual es el tipo de materia que forma la mayor parte del Universo? El Universo es un lugar muy grande (el más grande que podemos detectar en la actualidad) y entre todas las estrellas, los planetas, las galaxias, los hoyos negros, los pulsares, el gas y el polvo, una categoría de materia es más abundante que el resto. Envía tus respuestas en la sección de comentarios abajo.

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Nouvel épisode chaque lundi!

Transcription comique

Panel 1.
Professeur: Aujourd’hui nous commençons un nouveau chapitre sur l’astronomie. Mais d’abord je vous présente un nouvel étudiant pourvu d’une intelligence artificielle, Epo.
Classe: Bonjour.
Epo: Bonjour.
Professeur : Epo est la future génération d’IA qui emploie le calcul évolutionnaire en classe pour améliorer sa compréhension.

Panel 2.
Professeur: Pour commencer notre chapitre, nous allons discuter de la composition de l’Univers. Est-ce que quelqu’un peut me dire quelle matière compose la majeure partie de l’Univers?
Oui Entoz.

Panel 3.
Entoz: Les atomes!
Professeur Pas tout à fait, bien que cela parait être le cas dans notre salle de classe. Les atomes, ou matière baryonique, semblent se trouver partout, mais sont moins communs dans l’Univers.

Panel 4.
[Alkina lève la main.]
Zadri: Tu sais ce que c’est Alkina?
Alkina: Je crois que oui…

Panel 5.
Professeur: Voici un indice; nous connaissons son existence par la présence de sa gravité. Une autre idée?

Qu’est ce que cela signifie?

Intelligence artificielle (AI) – est un système de matériels et de logiciels qui imite l’intelligence humaine.
La matière Baryonique – matière composée par le groupement de trois quarks, appelé les baryons. Les baryons les plus communs et les plus stables sont le proton et le neutron.

Calcul évolutionnaire – une technique de programmation qui imite les capacités adaptatives des espèces vivantes à un niveau génétique. La technique est employée dans la résolution des problèmes et la corrélation de données.

Gravité – est la force universelle de l’attraction entre toutes les formes de matière.

En langage courant!

Connaissez-vous quel type de matière compose la majorité de l’Univers? L’Univers est un grand espace (le plus grand que nous pouvons actuellement détecter) et parmi toutes les étoiles, planètes, galaxies, trous noirs, pulsars, gaz et poussière, une catégorie de matière est plus abondante que le reste. Soumettez vos pensées dans la section commentaires.

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Un nuovo episodio ogni Lunedi!

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Quadro1.
Insegnante: Oggi inizieremo un nuovo capitolo di astronomia. Ma prima voglio presentarvi il nostro nuovo studente, l’Intelligenza Artificiale Epo.
Scolaresca: Ciao.
Epo: Ciao.
Insegnante: Epo è l’ultima generazione di IA che utilizza un metodo di calcolo evolutivo per accrescere il suo livello di comprensione.

Quadro 2.
Insegnante: Partiremo con un nuovo capitolo discutendo cosa c’è nell’Universo. C’è qualcuno che mi può dire di che materia è composta la maggior parte dell’Universo?
Insegnante: Dimmi, Entoz.

Quadro 3.
Entoz: Di atomi!
Insegnante: Non completamente, ma lo è per quanto riguarda questa classe. Gli atomi, la materia barionica, ci sembra che siano ovunque, ma non è così per quanto riguarda l’intero Universo.

Quadro 4.
[Alkina alza la mano.]
Zadri: Tu lo sai, Alkina?
Alkina: Io penso…

Quadro 5.
Insegnante: Vi do un’indicazione; sappiamo della sua esistenza attraverso il suo effetto gravitazionale. Qualcuno vuole aggiungere qualcosa?

Cosa significa?

Intelligenza Artificiale (IA) – è un computer che imita l’intelligenza umana, cioè che svolge funzioni e ragionamenti tipici della mente dell’uomo.

Materia Barionica – è la materia ordinaria, cioè fatta di gruppi di tre quark, chiamati barioni. I barioni più comuni e più stabili sono il protone ed il neutrone.

Calcolo evolutivo – è una forma di programmazione che imita l’abilità adattiva delle specie a livello genetico. Questa tecnica è usata nel risolvere problemi e correlare dati.

Gravità – è la forza di attrazione universale della materia.

Nella nostra lingua per favore!

Tu sai di quale tipo di materia è composta la maggior parte dell’Universo? L’universo è un posto molto grande (il più grande attualmente scoperto) e malgrado si considerino tutte le stelle, i pianeti, le galassie, i buchi neri, le pulsar, il gas e la polvere, c’è un tipo di materia che è più abbondante di tutto il resto. Inserisci i tuoi pensieri nella sessione commenti.

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  1. Walabio Says:

    Dark Matter is by far the most common form of matter. Dark Matter is not just 1 thing but many things. About 90% of Dark Matter seems to be WIMPs (weakly interacting massive particles). These particles lack charge and magnetic fields, so interact only gravitationally. We detect Dark Matter gravitationally.

    An even larger component of the Universe is Dark Energy. Dark Energy is a repulsive force. 1 hypothesis is that space is slightly repulsive. Another hypothesis is from information theory:

    The maximum amount of information in 3 dimensions is equal to the area inclosing it. The smallest something can be is the the Planck-Length. If the optical event horizon becomes infinite as it will in a flat expanding universe, the internal minimum length will approach infinity.* As the minimum size in a universe exceeds the size of a fundamental particle, it might disintegrate. Particles resisting disintegration might generate a repulsive pressure which might by accelerating the expansion, would prevent the optical event horizon from growing too large, thus keeping fundamental particles stable.

    * In a flat expanding universe, as the age of the universe approaches infinity, the average expansion for mega parsec approaches 0 and the optical event-horizon approaches infinity.

    These to hypotheses are not mutually exclusive:

    Back when the Universe was hot and dense enough for quantum-effects to rule, the repulsiveness of space may have been set so that the optical event-horizon never recedes far enough to destabilized fundamental particles. This does not change the fact that everything Deepak Chopra says about Quantum-Physics is [*** edited out ***].

    Because of the increase in the expansion of the Universe, before it is 20 billion years old, the optical event-horizon will no longer extent to when the Universe was 400 thousand years old. Civilizations arising then might not become aware of the Big Bang because they will not have the Cosmic Microwave-Background-Radiation anymore to help them piece together the puzzle.

    By the time the Universe is 30 billion years old, all of the local galaxies will merge into a giant elliptical galaxy and the rest of the Universe will be beyond the optical Event-Horizon. Civilizations arising at that time probably would not know that anything exists beyond the giant elliptical galaxy.

  2. arif solmaz Says:

    dark energy

  3. logan Says:

    The answer will be revealed in the next episode. Please stay tuned! :)