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Ancient Sumerian men and women were possibly the first to invent and wear lipstick, about 5,000 years ago. They crushed gemstones and used them to decorate their faces, mainly on the lips and around the eyes. Also around 3000 BC to 1500 BC, women in the ancient Indus Valley Civilization applied red tinted lipstick to their lips for face decoration. Ancient Egyptians extracted red dye from fucus-algin, 0.01% iodine, and some bromine mannite, but this dye resulted in serious illness. Lipsticks with shimmering effects were initially made using a pearlescent substance found in fish scales
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Underwater Cave.
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In Virginia, Luray cavern is quite eery for its underground lack of oxygen aspect. It causes electricity and cell unaccessible. Dark, cold. Wonder how to feel like in the underwater caves!
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The turtle shell is a highly complicated shield for the ventral and dorsal parts of turtles, tortoises and terrapins (all classified as "turtles" by zoologists), completely enclosing all the vital organs of the turtle and in some cases even the head. It is constructed of modified bony elements such as the ribs, parts of the pelvis and other bones found in most reptiles. The bone of the shell consists of both skeletal and dermal bone, showing that the complete enclosure of the shell probably evolved by including dermal armor into the rib cage
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Sometimes I asked myself, what causes a being jump and stay on air longer?
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Observatory takes Picture Of Sun at Night: Neutrinos Traveling Across The Earth.
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Scientists have built a giant neutrino observatory in an abandoned mine shaft 3,000 ft below Mount Kamioka in Japan (all that rock shelter the sensors from the noise of cosmic rays). It’s called the Super-Kamiokande - and it’s essentially a 13 million gallon tank of ultra-pure water, rigged with sensors that can detect the extremely weak interaction of neutrinos with other matter
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Disney Research: Coloring Books Will Never Be The Same Again.
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Coloring books capture the imagination of children and provide them with one of their earliest opportunities for creative expression. However, given the proliferation and popularity of digital devices, real-world activities like coloring can seem unexciting, and children become less engaged in them. Augmented reality holds unique potential to impact this situation by providing a bridge between real-world activities and digital enhancements. In this paper, we present an augmented reality coloring book App in which children color characters in a printed coloring book and inspect their work using a mobile device. The drawing is detected and tracked, and the video stream is augmented with an animated 3-D version of the character that is textured according to the child’s coloring. This is possible thanks to several novel technical contributions. We present a texturing process that applies the captured texture from a 2-D colored drawing to both the visible and occluded regions of a 3-D character in real time. We develop a deformable surface tracking method designed for colored drawings that uses a new outlier rejection algorithm for real-time tracking and surface deformation recovery. We present a content creation pipeline to efficiently create the 2-D and 3-D content. And, finally, we validate our work with two user studies that examine the quality of our texturing algorithm and the overall App experience
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The specific name, urarachnoides, is derived from Ancient Greek (οὐρά tail + ἀράχνη spider + οειδής like), and refers to this snake's spider-like tail tip, as does the common name, spider-tailed horned viper. It uses the spider-like tail to attract prey (usually birds) to come closer. When close enough, the viper strikes out, usually killing the victim

First discovered in the 1960s and then rediscovered in 2006, this very interesting viper species is unique to science. Its tail is extremely bizarre, and has evolved to mimic a solifugid, spider, scorpion or centipede. It is used as a lure to attract prey, most likely feeding on the birds that would usually be hunting arachnids. These Iran-native snakes have not had their venom studied yet, but it would be fair and safe to assume that their venom is potent and dangerous to humans
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Parallax 3D images use two photos captured from slightly different vantage point to create the appearance of depth. In astrophotography, however, the distance between human cameras and distance objects are so great that real parallax generally cannot be achieved

Finnish astrophotographer J-P Metsavainio has developed a brilliant experimental technique that overcomes this (kinda): he converts astrophotographs into 3D volumetric models, and then uses those models to create dazzling 3D animations of nebulae
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Evidence of widespread control of fire dates to approximately 125,000 years ago and earlier. Evidence for the controlled use of fire by Homo erectus beginning some 400,000 years ago has wide scholarly support, with claims regarding earlier evidence finding increasing scientific support

Claims for the earliest definitive evidence of control of fire by a member of Homo range from 0.2 to 1.7 million years ago and it is likely that large scale climatic and disease events caused the tribes with knowledge for controlling fire to be wiped out in different areas of the world , thus explaining the long periods of history without it
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Persistence of vision refers to the optical illusion whereby multiple discrete images blend into a single image in the human mind and believed to be the explanation for motion perception in cinema and animated films. Like other illusions of visual perception, it is produced by certain characteristics of the visual system
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The word otter derives from the Old English word otor or oter. This, and cognate words in other Indo-European languages, ultimately stem from the Proto-Indo-European language root *wódr̥, which also gave rise to the English word "water"
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“Do I really want the racist ogres of this country to learn to spread their (to me repugnant) ideas more glibly and effectively than they ar

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“A little thought shows that the old person can equally be modeled as a system of weights and pulleys.” [Finnish version: click here]. I rec

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To be populistic: we pay now, but our industry has a payback time in 2020 and gets the money back from Greek merchant shipping. [Local subje

Spinning off Project Troglodyte | Zygomatica

Project Troglodyte has raised enough interest that we've decided to spin it off as a separate project altogether. It will now continue at ht

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“Two of the inventors (D and N) have been producing close to one granted patent per each working day for the last decade … I am trying to re

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I will now try to see guess whether “my” software would infringe the '002 patent. And I do mean “guess”; there is no way of finding the “tru

2015.09.20 Empty Promises Due To Calculative Owners We were promised a free flow of pork in conjunction with their anniversary promotion celebration: the pork was nicely cooked, and delivered at a reasonable pace, albeit in small batches. However, because the owners are constantly hovering over to keep an eye on the consumption, they started to seem annoyed when we asked for additional servings, and even told us to wait until one plate was fully finished before ordering the next (thus making us wait in between plates for the preparation), for they 'feared we were ordering to bring the food home'. There is nothing left to be said after such a statement: do not come go to this restaurant unless you approve of such treatment of customers. 2 stars because the pork was nicely cooked.
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Public - 2 weeks ago
reviewed 2 weeks ago
2015.02.15, 9PM Pleasant And Adequately Priced The food delivers without burning a hole in the pocket, and the cutlery is elegant, although it is not particularly well-cleaned. Enjoyed the Salted Fish Rice, and would possibly order it again, though i wouldn't come back to this establishment just for it. Not suitable if you mind noisy environments though: especially during dinner rush.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
2015.01.10 Delicious Indeed, despite Price and Service We probably were just unlucky to get the one waiter whose foreign accent was so strong it was not possible to understand him, and who seemed much more interested in tending to single female customers. The effect was, nevertheless, that we needed to get our own cutlery and baby seat. Oh and that an order of fish and chips almost didn't get ordered. I was pleasantly impressed by the Carbonara Mafaldine, and their Banoffee Pie is as outstanding as always. The price and the service are the two downsides, but if you don't mind spending a little more for a delicious experience, this place is unlikely to disappoint.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
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2015.02.06 Adequately Priced, Above-Average Flavors Ordered the Sweet & Sour Pork Rice, and received one of the juiciest, thickest porks i have had in KL, coupled with a rice that was done with care to ensure flavor and that it was not sticky nor overcooked. A dish i will order again whenever i visit these premises; which i will, since they are one of those rare restaurants that have a proper meat knife! The environment is quiet, with no sounds coming in from the street: however, if there are loud groups of diners, the sound pollution becomes quite noticeable. Two small downsides that resulted in 4-stars instead of 5: the cutlery was not adequately cleaned, and the ice tastes like dirt once dissolved in your drink. So just avoid those hiccups and you should be able to have a pleasant and affordable dining experience.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
Wednesday 31st December 2014, Lunch Time: Italiannies Disappoints Again. It started with the big sign outside that claims that "children eat for free" we sat inside only to be told that the promotion does not apply today, despite the fact that it is not a public holiday nor is there any form of fine print about this. Next comes the fact that our Mussel appetizer reached together with our Spaghetti and Pizza mains. Finally there's the lackadaisical attitude from the staff with regards to ensuring that our bread and drinks are adequately refilled. The food tastes nice although the price continues to be slightly above what is worth for this meal: we just decided to revisit italiannies after a few years, to see if things had improved. They haven't.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago