Tag: Patrick Jans

Roko

Roko’s Basilisk

What if a super intelligent A.I from the future will torture the people who haven’t helped create it? – Patrick Jans

26 oktober • Door Patrick Jans Tijd om te lezen Estimated reading time: 5 minuten

Thorium Reactors

Thorium could be a good alternative energy source. Compared to a uranium reactor, thorium reactors are safer and produce less nuclear waste

09 september • Door Patrick Jans Tijd om te lezen Estimated reading time: 4 minuten
universe

Are we alone in the universe?

Are we alone in the universe? A question that has occupied and fascinated human mind for generations. But with the enormous size of the universe, we can’t possibly be alone right? – Patrick Jans

27 april • Door Patrick Jans Tijd om te lezen Estimated reading time: 5 minuten

Trading cards – Entertainment or investment?

With trading cards becoming more popular the last year, it seems not only collectors have taken an interest. Some investors and companies are now starting to invest in these trading cards.

18 maart • Door Patrick Jans Tijd om te lezen Estimated reading time: 4 minuten

The GameStop Market Chaos

You’ve probably heard of Reddit before. It is a social media platform consisting of a network of communities, called subreddits. Most people tend to use Reddit to post messages and share content with each other. Last week however, members of the subreddit r/wallstreetbets all helped raise the stock of Gamestop, a struggling American videogame retailer, from $20 to a stunning $480. This resulted in huge profits and losses, and overall a very volatile stock market. So, how did a group of redditors manage to dominate the stock exchange?

02 februari • Door Patrick Jans Tijd om te lezen Estimated reading time: 6 minuten
New Zealand covid free

The price of a COVID-free society

  While almost the whole world is struggling to get a grip on COVID-19, New Zealand has been held up as an example by many of how to handle the virus outbreak. Due to closing their borders to non-citizens and enforcing a strict lockdown for six weeks, life in New Zealand was able to return to normal at the beginning of June, with most of the world looking on with envy. But with the number of infections rising up once again in most of Europe, we hear virtually nothing about them. So how have they […]

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