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What is Grandfather Paradox?

The Grandfather Paradox  The Grandfather Paradox is the most common example used to illustrate causality problems in time travel. The scenario is as follows:  Someone who has the opportunity to travel back in time travels back in time to before his father was conceived and kills his grandfather there. The paradox in this situation arises from the fact that without the existence of his father, who is not born because of the death of his grandfather, the time traveler himself cannot be born and consequently could not have traveled back in time to his own grandfather to kill.   Possible solutions  The grandfather paradox mostly serves to clarify the principle of causality and the impossibility of traveling into the past,...

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Los Pixelos, a unique NFT collection and Metaverse Game

Non-Fungible Token’s, commonly known as NFT’s, are one-of-one, non-interchangeable units of data, stored on a blockchain. They can be sold and traded and can be associated with particular digital or physical assets, such as a file, a song, a physical object, or a digital avatar. They function like cryptographic tokens, however, unlike cryptocurrencies, NFT’s are not mutually interchangeable, therefore not fungible. Additionally, each NFT may represent something different, thus have a different value. Their uses are mostly associated with a license to use the underlying digital asset, digital art, collectibles, ticketing, games, virtual worlds, music, film, memes, sports, fashion, etc. Most of these uses are represented in the project Los Pixelos, an up-and-coming NFT based virtual world where you can...

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What is Blockchain? What is actually behind it? And above all: How does a blockchain work?

In this blog, you'll learn what Blockchain  is and above all. Hope you enjoy! With many innovations, people initially underestimated how much they would later change the world. In 1990, Telecom believed: "The Internet is a gimmick for computer freaks, we see no future in it." Ex-Microsoft boss Steve Ballmer made a similar statement in 2007 about the iPhone. As is well known, both were wrong. If one believes lectures and interviews by representatives of the digital economy, another digital turning point could be imminent: "Blockchain technology will turn the financial sector upside down like the electric drive will turn the car industry upside down," believes Philipp Sandner, head of the Blockchain Center at the  School of Finance Management. The blockchain fever...

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DUNE MOVIE REVIEWS

In this blog, you'll find the Dune movie reviews and much more! Hope you enjoy!  "Dune" will be released soon,it is the third attempt to film Frank Herbert's great creation. But none of the fans of the original source disliked it that humanly. Future of mankind, according to Herbert, not so bad. The inhabited space is ruled by large families, shared famous worlds. But the catch is that switching between them is only possible with the help of "spices" - condiments, substances, discovered only on one of the planets discovered throughout the history of space exploration - Arrakis.   Denis Villeneuve's Dune is one of the most talked about science fiction fiction films of recent times. Adapted from a difficult...

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What is Dune Universe? Dune Series, Sandworms and Interesting Facts from Past to Present

  Dune, Frank Herbert's six-book, award-winning sci-fi series brought to the big screen by David Lynch at first; this time it is being adapted for the cinema by Denis Villeneuve. The next work of Denis Villeneuve, who is known in the cinema world with films such as Prisoner, Enemy, Sicario and Arrival, and who recently directed Blade Runner 2049. From viewers to readers, including the director himself, there is a widely shared opinion: the screen adaptation of Frank Herbert's long-running novel Dune is a work of uneven inspiration at best, sometimes dazzling, often awkward. So much so that the film is not only disowned by its director, but regularly eluded by the commentators of its filmography. The latter generally refuse...

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