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These sensors, coupled with the idea of creating new senses (see https://www.ted.com/talks/david_eagleman_can_we_create_new_senses_for_humans?language=en for more on sense addition) have the potential to change everything.
 
A Temporary Tattoo That Senses Through Your Skin - The Biostamp can replace today's clunky biomedical sensors http://ow.ly/2ZeU8a
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My newest future hobby. As soon as I can find ~$1k laying around.
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I'd be completely starting from scratch, too. I've just started looking at transmitters so I can play around with the cheap quadrotors to get the feel of the controls. I started working on a frame before I found out how in over my head was - matching motors and props to frames involves a lot of math!
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1. its already on the internet it can fictitiously "go" anywhere we can "receive" it therefore Re-sharing it would be a redundancy for absolutely no legitimate reason.
2. your photo does not ever move, it is hosted in it's original place regardless how many re-shares it recieves.
this resource lives at https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-OTialaPGuGQ/VSScGopvIKI/AAAAAAAAF-A/I7XabYO_qQs/w506-h900/15%2B-%2B1 and has not travled at all no mater how many times it's URL is reshared.
maybe the kids already knew this?
they have a lot to teach that you can't just simply copy from a textbook or find in google search results. can you say the same for your curriculum, i hope so because we need as many non-fictitiously educated people as we can get if we are going to turn this thing around.
unite.
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There are reasons I miss my tube of E6000.
Discover how to make the perfect pom pom, turn your old t-shirts into yarn, learn how to sew on a button, and more.
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All you need to reattach an arm is duck tape. But that might only work for chainsaw wounds. I'm behind on my Evil Dead 2 watching.
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Star Wars: The Clone Wars ended before its time—and with many of its story lines unfinished. The show's team has revealed four unfinished, previously unaired episodes, and discussed how some Clone Wars stories and characters are being revisited in other media.
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Has anyone heard if there's a patch imminent  for Mint 17 LTS? 
Could allow attackers to execute code on Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X.
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Linux Mint 13 i have this installed on HP mini note 2133 I think mint 17 will be to modern. 13 bring live to this 13" small laptop.
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Cephalopods continue to amaze me...
 
Octopuses can see with their skin. Octopus skin contains light-sensitive pigments also found in the eyes, making it responsive to light. Octopuses are thought to rely mainly on vision to bring about changes in colour and patterning of their skin to camouflage – despite apparently being colour bling. However, this study suggest that the skin cells responsible for the colour changes, called chromatophores, could also respond independently to light of different wave length. The chromotophores react differently to white, red and blue light. 

http://www.theguardian.com/science/neurophilosophy/2015/may/20/octopus-skin-contains-light-sensors
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Cory Doctorow explains how the FBI's crypto backdoor proposal really requires breaking general purpose computing.
The FBI wants backdoors in all your crypto, and UK Prime Minister David Cameron made backdoors an election promise, but as Stanford lawyer/computer scientist Jonathan Mayer writes, there's no way t...
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DARPA's cortical modem implant could restore sight loss and provide eyes with a heads-up display.
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That's amazing
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A new comedy from Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion produced by YOU! | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to support the fundraising needs of your community. Make a contribution today!
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love fillion.. ;)
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Undulatus asperatus

Oh, I love weird and gorgeous clouds, and none is weirder or gorgeouser than undulatus asperatus, rolling wave clouds that look like you're underwater during rough seas. The photo is amazing but you HAVE to watch the video.

http://www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2014/10/11/undulatus_asperatus_a_new_category_of_cloud.html

Also, check out Slate's Atlas Obscura, which covers lots of stuff like this. http://www.slate.com/blogs/atlas_obscura/2014/10/10/undulatus_asperatus_a_new_cloud_type.html
I have been known, over the course of the past few years, to post pictures of the odd cloud or two. And I do mean odd. Sometimes they’re photos I’ve taken myself (and some of which have been very difficult to identify), sometimes they’re from machines in space, and sometimes...
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