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Corey Klaasmeyer
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This sculpture by Issac Cordal in Berlin is called "Politicians discussing global warming."
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Seen it before and liked it then.
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Shocking but not surprising.
A report released Wednesday found that Russia has the world's highest income inequality. It found that 110 Russians own 35% of the country's wealth.
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This is incredible.  Here's my suggested podcast for understanding what might happen next: http://www.econtalk.org/archives/_featuring/daron_acemoglu/
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How to be a good listener.
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Maybe he's on to something despite the fact he's an economist and not a surfer.
A physicist has formulated a mathematical theory that purports to explain why the universe works the way it does – and it feels like 'the answer'
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And that... that is how computers are made... 
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Here comes the singularity.
The artificial intelligence technique known as deep learning is white hot right now, as we have noted numerous times before. It’s powering many of the advances in computer vision, voice recognition and text analysis at companies including Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Baidu, and has been the technological foundation of many startups (some of which were…
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Times are tough...
The former Fed chairman’s mortgage problems show broader problems in housing finance.
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Computers are wonderful gadgets, but if you let them do your thinking for you, expect dumb results.  People forget that all they really do is distinguish between one and zero.
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The olympic committee currently considering adding Japanese Binocular Soccer in 2020.
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Cluster support released.
Typesafe introduces the worlds first reactive platform – including Play, Akka and Scala.
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Ah, dear friend, computer nerdness isn't me.
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Tardigrade in Moss
Image Credit & Copyright: Nicole Ottawa & Oliver Meckes / Eye of Science / Science Source Images
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Is this an alien? Probably not, but of all the animals on Earth, the tardigrade might be the best candidate. That's because tardigrades are known to be able to go for decades without food or water, to survive temperatures from near absolute zero to well above the boiling point of water, to survive pressures from near zero to well above that on ocean floors, and to survive direct exposure to dangerous radiations. The far-ranging survivability of these extremophiles was tested in 2011 outside an orbiting space shuttle. Tardigrades are so durable partly because they can repair their own DNA and reduce their body water content to a few percent. Some of these miniature water-bears almost became extraterrestrials recently when they were launched toward to the Martian moon Phobos on board the Russian mission Fobos-Grunt, but stayed terrestrial when a rocket failed and the capsule remained in Earth orbit. Tardigrades are more common than humans across most of the Earth. Pictured above in a color-enhanced electron micrograph, a millimeter-long tardigrade crawls on moss.
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finding it and petting it's sub-millimeter little head would be the problem.
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