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Aaradhya Shukla
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"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge." - Hawking
"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge." - Hawking

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It has been 8 years since Android was released and it shook the mobile world to its root, becoming one of the most OS of all times, let's hope we have bigger treats in the future.

Looking forward for 4th October Google event

#MadeByGoogle
8 epic years. Naturally, we're celebrating with some of our favorite treats. #Android
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Via +David Brin, a plan to send out automated spacecraft which will convert asteroids into other automated spacecraft and send them where we want them. 

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These are all my bots +Mathias Völske+Ahmedjafar Hopson+peter green

Also Got 10 kills today ;)

Still upgrading Carnage and Patton with 4x EP magnums 
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My Bots
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This is Dr. House, joined our G+ community! How it going? 

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ROBOTIS Bioloid GP Robot with Soccer & Battle Motions
http://www.roboticgizmos.com/robotis-bioloid-gp-robot-kit/

I have a cheaper version of this. This is not cheap unfortunately :)
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Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves a century ago. Now, the detection of these waves has been announced. Scientists are interested in observing and characterizing gravitational waves to learn more about the sources producing them and about gravity itself. Find out more: http://go.nasa.gov/1QaEaGQ #NASABeyond #LIGO
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Our Curiosity Rover has perfected taking selfies on Mars. This self-portrait shows the rover at the “Namib Dune,” where it has been scooping samples of sand for analysis. The rover may look petite in this shot, but don’t let its camera skills fool you. Curiosity is a car-sized mobile laboratory and has wheels that are 20 inches in diameter. Find out more: http://go.nasa.gov/1Po2W3Z
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When creating an ethereal wonderland, a light coating of mist goes a long way. #Australia goo.gl/yH4UVI
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Early bird gets…to see the planets. From now until about Feb. 20, earlier risers will stand a good chance of seeing five planets simultaneously in the pre-dawn sky. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/23kS0u3
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Visit the Google Santa Village this Christmas month 
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