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O ne of the most famous sayings about technology is the “law” laid out by the late American historian Melvin Kranzberg : “Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral.”

It’s a great saying: brief, but packed with instruction, like a beautifully poetic line of code. If I understand it correctly, it means that technology isn’t inherently good or bad, but that it will certainly impact upon us in some way — which means that its effects are not neutral. A similarly brilliant quote came from the French cultural theorist Paul Virilio : “the invention of the ship was also the invention of the shipwreck.”

While some of this technophobia is arguably misplaced, it’s not hard to see critics’ point. Tech giants like Google and Facebook have hired some of the greatest minds of our generation, and put them to work not curing disease or rethinking the economy, but coming up with better ways to target us with ads. The Human Genome Project, this ain’t! Shouldn’t a world-changing technology like A.I. be doing a bit more… world changing?

O ne of the most famous sayings about technology is the “law” laid out by the late American historian Melvin Kranzberg : “Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral.”

It’s a great saying: brief, but packed with instruction, like a beautifully poetic line of code. If I understand it correctly, it means that technology isn’t inherently good or bad, but that it will certainly impact upon us in some way — which means that its effects are not neutral. A similarly brilliant quote came from the French cultural theorist Paul Virilio : “the invention of the ship was also the invention of the shipwreck.”

While some of this technophobia is arguably misplaced, it’s not hard to see critics’ point. Tech giants like Google and Facebook have hired some of the greatest minds of our generation, and put them to work not curing disease or rethinking the economy, but coming up with better ways to target us with ads. The Human Genome Project, this ain’t! Shouldn’t a world-changing technology like A.I. be doing a bit more… world changing?

Sci core - Energy cube. A heavy duty enegy cell for all your space energy needs. Quite a few colour and dirt settings have been exposed but any feature placement will need to be made within the substance it self.

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O ne of the most famous sayings about technology is the “law” laid out by the late American historian Melvin Kranzberg : “Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral.”

It’s a great saying: brief, but packed with instruction, like a beautifully poetic line of code. If I understand it correctly, it means that technology isn’t inherently good or bad, but that it will certainly impact upon us in some way — which means that its effects are not neutral. A similarly brilliant quote came from the French cultural theorist Paul Virilio : “the invention of the ship was also the invention of the shipwreck.”

While some of this technophobia is arguably misplaced, it’s not hard to see critics’ point. Tech giants like Google and Facebook have hired some of the greatest minds of our generation, and put them to work not curing disease or rethinking the economy, but coming up with better ways to target us with ads. The Human Genome Project, this ain’t! Shouldn’t a world-changing technology like A.I. be doing a bit more… world changing?

Sci core - Energy cube. A heavy duty enegy cell for all your space energy needs. Quite a few colour and dirt settings have been exposed but any feature placement will need to be made within the substance it self.

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Assuming the safety protocols are disabled, is there any evidence that a holographic warp core breach could destroy the actual ship? I can't find a canonical answer to this, so extended media is OK too.

I'm curious after watching the Voy: Worst Case Scenario , episode (S3:E25). This episode suggests the answer is no, but other episodes where damage to the ship with the safety protocols off implies - yes.

New York Times best-selling author Peter V. Brett brings one of the most imaginative fantasy sagas of the 21st century to an epic close.

For time out of mind, bloodthirsty demons have stalked the night, culling the human race to scattered remnants dependent on half-forgotten magics to protect them. Then two heroes arose - men as close as brothers, yet divided by bitter betrayal.

Arlen Bales became known as the Warded Man, tattooed head to toe with powerful magic symbols that enable him to fight demons in hand-to-hand combat-and emerge victorious. Jardir, armed with magically warded weapons, called himself the Deliverer, a figure prophesied to unite humanity and lead them to triumph in Sharak Ka - the final war against demonkind.

O ne of the most famous sayings about technology is the “law” laid out by the late American historian Melvin Kranzberg : “Technology is neither good nor bad; nor is it neutral.”

It’s a great saying: brief, but packed with instruction, like a beautifully poetic line of code. If I understand it correctly, it means that technology isn’t inherently good or bad, but that it will certainly impact upon us in some way — which means that its effects are not neutral. A similarly brilliant quote came from the French cultural theorist Paul Virilio : “the invention of the ship was also the invention of the shipwreck.”

While some of this technophobia is arguably misplaced, it’s not hard to see critics’ point. Tech giants like Google and Facebook have hired some of the greatest minds of our generation, and put them to work not curing disease or rethinking the economy, but coming up with better ways to target us with ads. The Human Genome Project, this ain’t! Shouldn’t a world-changing technology like A.I. be doing a bit more… world changing?

Sci core - Energy cube. A heavy duty enegy cell for all your space energy needs. Quite a few colour and dirt settings have been exposed but any feature placement will need to be made within the substance it self.

Uploaded: over 2 years ago
Updated: about 2 years ago
Version: 1
File Name: Sci-Core.zip
Size: 1.85 MB

Stack Exchange network consists of 172 Q&A communities including Stack Overflow , the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share their knowledge, and build their careers.

Assuming the safety protocols are disabled, is there any evidence that a holographic warp core breach could destroy the actual ship? I can't find a canonical answer to this, so extended media is OK too.

I'm curious after watching the Voy: Worst Case Scenario , episode (S3:E25). This episode suggests the answer is no, but other episodes where damage to the ship with the safety protocols off implies - yes.


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