“For months, Henry Markram and his team had been feeding data into a supercomputer, four vending-machine-size black boxes whirring quietly in the basement of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne. The boxes housed thousands of microchips, each programmed to act like a brain cell. Cables carried signals from microchip to microchip, just as cells do in a real brain.”READ MORE
These are 7 of the 125 photographs launched into space in 1977 aboard the Voyager spacecraft. If humanity ever destroys itself, or the earth, these photographs will be the only things other life will know of us. This is the imprint we’ve left on the universe.