Thinker's Chronicle

Category: Edition 73

  • The Einstein Shape

    The Einstein Shape

    Over the centuries––from cavemen to the modern era––humanity finds itself desperate to solve problems. One of them, leading to the creation of the “Einstein” shape, has recently been solved. Patterns Patterns stalk your everyday life. Take, for example, wallpapers or rugs. By using the same, repeated pattern, these items create a periodic pattern. A periodic pattern is a design where you can find a couple tiles which are repeated in the same orientation. However, the new einstein tile, also known as “the hat” tile, is aperiodic. While this tile can also cover a board without any empty spaces, there will

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  • BRICS Global Trade Currency

    BRICS Global Trade Currency

    What is BRICS? BRICS is an acronym for a group of five emerging economies that include Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. The BRICS group was coined in 2001 by Jim O’Neil, a former Goldman Sachs economist. Reforming global finance has been high on their agenda, and the action on it has been supporting de-dollarization to push back against American hegemony. The US Dollar has been the official currency used in international trade for years now. New Currency The BRICS collective wants to create a new common currency to ditch the US Dollar and facilitate trade. This would help

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  • Decline in Dengue Fever Cases in Bali

    Decline in Dengue Fever Cases in Bali

    Bali, Indonesia, is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. With its beautiful beaches, stunning landscapes, and vibrant culture, it’s no wonder that Bali attracts millions of visitors every year. However, behind the island’s idyllic facade lies a serious health issue – dengue fever. At the beginning of July 2022, health officials in Bali reported that cases of dengue fever continued to rise. Dr. I. Wayan Darta from the Badung Health Department reported that between January and June 25, 2022, there were nearly 800 DHF dengue fever patients. In the month of May alone, more than 48

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  • Barbie’s New Live Action

    Barbie’s New Live Action

    The new live-action Barbie movie, directed by Greta Gerwig, is set to hit theaters in 2023, and fans are eagerly anticipating its release. The film boasts an all-star cast, with Margot Robbie in the lead role as Barbie and Ryan Gosling as Ken, and it promises to be a fun and exciting adventure for audiences of all ages. Rumors of Robbie’s casting as Barbie had been circulating since 2015, but it wasn’t until October 2018 that it was officially confirmed. She will also produce the film alongside Gerwig, who will both write and direct the movie. Gerwig has previously directed

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  • Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore Passes Away

    Intel Co-Founder Gordon Moore Passes Away

    Gordon Moore, a co-founder and former chairman of Intel corporation passed away at his home in Hawaii on Friday 24th March, 2023. His passing was announced by Intel and the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. Moore was a philanthropist, businessman and engineer who invested in the microchip business which helped transform electronics into one of the world’s biggest industries and helped place Silicon Valley in the forefront of global industrial dominance. Moore’s Law Moore noted in an article in 1965 that, thanks to improvements in technology, the number of transistors on microchips had roughly doubled every year since integrated circuits

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  • Finland Joins NATO

    Finland Joins NATO

    NATO is an intergovernmental organisation where member states agree to protect one another from third party attacks through political and military means. Recently, on the 4th of April, Finland has joined NATO in order to enhance security measures following the Russian attacks against Ukraine. The Finnish flag was raised in Brussels in the presence of Finland’s president, foreign ministers and the Secretary General of NATO  where the Finnish national anthem and the NATO hymn was played.  How does this affect relations with Russia? Russian president, Vladimir Putin, had earlier demanded NATO to refrain from further expansion long before attacks on

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  • Holographic Wormholes by Quantum Computers

    Holographic Wormholes by Quantum Computers

    Wormholes have been a mystery in science for a long time. No one knows if they exist. No one knows what they are like if they do exist. But we know that physicists today have created a Wormhole Simulation. What Exactly Is A Wormhole? We have seen Wormholes in science fiction movies being used to help people get to different parts of the universe in no time. The definition of a Wormhole is in theory a hole in space-time that leads us to other parts of the universe or other universes themselves.  It was first proposed by Albert Einstein and his assistant Nathan Rosen

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