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Alan Cayce
Attended ITT Technical Institute
Lived in Portland, Oregon
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A project Ara concept: Flippypad! A hinged controller that turns the phone into a neat little clamshell gaming device.
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Sit Back and Relax: Orangutan recovers after being injured by poachers http://nbcnews.to/1m9VJa6
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plasma globe causes the lightbulb to turn on

Anyone else thinks physics is fun? :)  

I hope more people will consider majoring in science, math or engineering.  The world would be a better place if more people knew more science, since we would find solutions much faster to the challenges we face. :)    Science & technology allow for a lot of artistic expression, so one can do art while being a geek or nerd. :)

Science will allow us to bring what is thought of as sci-fi or magic into the everyday reality, things like curing aging or eternal youth, telepathy, teleportation, shapeshifting, physical immortality, world peace as explained in the tech-filled videos at  https://plus.google.com/+AlexP/posts/URSW7eeNhhf (some videos feature the Google Director of Engineering who talks about Physical Immortality often). 
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Capture is confirmed!  Dragon now attached to station's robotic arm, ready for final berthing and unload.
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Opportunity Mars Rover 'Selfie': Solar Cells Freshly Cleaned by Wind
This self-portrait or 'selfie' of NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity shows effects of wind events that had cleaned much of the accumulated dust off the rover's solar panels. It combines multiple frames taken by Opportunity's panoramic camera (Pancam) through three different color filters from March 22 to March 24, 2014, the 3,611th through 3,613th Martian days, or sols, of Opportunity's work on Mars.

With the cleaner arrays and lengthening winter days, Opportunity's solar arrays were generating more than 620 watt-hours per day in mid-April 2014, compared to less than 375 watt-hours per day in January 2014!

This image is presented as a vertical projection in approximately true color. The mast on which the Pancam is mounted does not appear in the image, though its shadow does.

Credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell Univ./Arizona State Univ. 

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#NASA #Mars #Opportunity #Rover #Robotic #Selfie #Solar #Wind   #Dust #JPL #Exploration #GlobalSelfie
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Official Google Camera app now in the play store! Woot!
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Skeptic, Humanist, Freethinker, Aspiring Futurist, fan of all genres of Music (especially unique Hip Hop), obsessed with the Cosmos, Emerging Sciences and Technologies -- And to be clear, I was born at an early age.
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  • Portland Community College
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