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On a more light-hearted tone, check this Lego version of the Rogue One trailer! :D
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No Small Parts is a youtube channel that explores the lives and work of actors and actresses who, while having worked in some iconic films, haven't been really inside the public's eyes, and this channel tries to correct this by giving them the appropriate recognition.
This latest episode about Linda Hunt has been one of my favorites, next to the one about Richard Kiel (better known for his work as the metal-teeth henchman in James Bond movies). But overall, all the episodes are great, and highly recommendable.
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I guess the the evil guys drink Mountain Dew.
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Queue Final Fantasy VII battle music :D
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Too busy to stalk you, please follow me around and bring coffee.

Two sugars and one cream.  Also a bagel, plain or blueberry with cream cheese.
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This is so freakishly adorable XD
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A very clever design to trap mice without harming them (albeit perhaps you do humiliate them XD)
I like that pause at the end when the little mouse thinks to itself:
"Well...shit"
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I predict that soon enough, we'll see an entire video series consisting of nothing but BB-8 taking tours around cool places and learning about science and tech.

And I'm OK with this XD.
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It's a known problem among renewable energy sources the issue of storage. Sun, wind and tides run in cycles that we can predict but we can't control. So it's always a challenge to find ways for these fluctuations in power to accommodate themselves into the electricity grid. Especially because batteries are still expensive and not very efficient.

Well, one company has proposed one very clever and very cheap solution: Rail Storage. Essentially, using big and heavy train cars which climb up a hill during peak energy generation, and then glide back down during the day's low points, returning their stored potential energy using the well-understood concept of regenerative breaking used in electric cars.

What I like about this concept is that it doesn't relies on any technology breakthrough as battery storage does. Rails and trains are as generic as you can make them, and while not 100% efficient in their energy storage (and let's be honest, what is?), it's a dirt-cheap alternative that could be much more easily and widely implemented.

And I guess too what I like so much about this, is how slap-on-the-face obvious this method is. Surely someone had already thought about this before...! ...right?
A new company stores energy using high-tech solutions, namely rocks and gravity.
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+Ned Jeffery The concept is definitely as old as it can get. What's cool is how they combined a very well understood technology as rail cars, with the modern issue of energy storage.
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Fascinating new infographics. Pay special attention to what candidates get more "outside money" vs. actual campaign donations.
For the first time, nearly every presidential candidate is flanked by at least one independent group that can accept unlimited donations from individuals and corporations. Here are the latest totals for each White House contender and their allies.
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+Ned Jeffery I love this sentence that I read somewhere online about Jeb's campaign:
"At no point in history has so much money bought so little."
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