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Eric Jensen
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It's pretty clear there is corruption in copyright agencies when they lobby on the side of those climbing to archaic and oppressive practices that run country to the idea of copyright.
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Yup! Project Fi is amazing. Excellent coverage and fantastic pricing. The phones are amazing as well. Since they are nexus phones they get there newest updates extremely quickly and monthly security updates. Definitely worth investing in unless you have an excellent legacy plan.
I've been paying exorbitant phone, text, and data fees when traveling internationally, and I've long dreamed of a day when I could simply use my smart phone outside the U.S. with no fear of these extra charges. Thanks to Project Fi, that day has arrived.
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Unfortunately they are only available in the US
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I see this as a mostly positive change. Extra security is added and there are no problems in nexus phones. If other providers want to lock their bootloader they might experience a drop in sales from the core nerds, but otherwise everyone is more or less better off.
Android Nougat will begin strictly enforcing verified boot on Android devices, a move that will make it harder for malware to hide on smartphones and tablets. But it could also cause devices with corrupted data or modified bootloaders to fail to boot up.
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More great news about Britain after their infamous referendum.
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It sounds like +Tesla​ has a solid foundation in their claims presented with several reasonable metrics here.
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A new experiment puts odds in favor of Einstein being wrong about hidden variables. The distribution of neutrinos matches superposition rather than the deterministic view of Einstein, Podolsky, and Rosen.
Bell's inequality is tested again.
In the world of quantum, infinitesimally small particles, weird and often logic-defying behaviors abound. Perhaps the strangest of these is the idea of superposition, in which objects can exist simultaneously in two or more seemingly counterintuitive states. For example, according to the laws of quantum mechanics, electrons may spin both clockwise and counter-clockwise, or be both at rest and excited, at the same time.
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This is so cool! In one of my favorite sci-fi novels they use smart electronic spiders and caterpillars to check equipment. Of course they utilize molecular chain filaments to detect faults, but that is on the way, I'm sure :-D

Remember airship~hindenburg
Nobody likes spiders, but Lockheed Martin has made a new crop of SPIDER bots to help repair its growing fleet of hybrid airships.
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Germany's acceptance of the refugees was a wonderful, compassionate act. The many refugees are now marred by the fearmongering of organisations like ISIS. The ideologically correct response is to bear the assault stoically and stick to our values. However, this will inevitably lead to further loss of life. Extremists see their actions as justified whatever they are. ISIS and similar organisations bring shame to themselves and the religion the profess to follow. Military action in order to cripple them economically is a good first step. After their physical cash cows are gone only donations will be left and political and diplomatic skills can minimize that to such a degree they will not be the force they are today.

Just my, amateur, two cents.
Last summer’s #WelcomeRefugees enthusiasm has come back to bite Germany as two murderous rampages by Muslim newcomers this week have put the country on edge
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I've found it interesting to learn about the role that German Guilt played in the decision to let them in. It may have been done with good intent but was a profoundly ignorant and disastrous decision. Especially since most of the refugees weren't actually refugees and 70% or so were single young men. One stat I read was that Germany took in 1,000,000 refugees and migrants in 2015, and suffered an increase of >400,000 crimes over the year before. Europe now has an insidious Islam problem that is only going to lead to increasing levels of blood and death that the authorities seem completely incapable of doing anything about; I wonder when we'll start to see vigilante groups fire-bombing mosques and killing innocent muslims in response? When this happens I also think Merkel has to take the blame. This isn't even really about ISIS either: when you have ghettos and no-go zones in your cities that the State refuses to enter, filled with a culture and people whose values are incompatible with that of the State then multiculturalism has failed. Just my 2 cents. 
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Super geeky😁😁. Super cool!😎😎
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Very cool plan!
Solar power, electric trucks, self driving cars!
*/ The first master plan that I wrote 10 years ago is now in the final stages of completion. It wasn't all that complicated and basically consisted of:
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Other than the extreme defamation laws in pretty oblivious to the internal politics of Turkey. That being said, arresting and/or firing university dean's and employees of the education ministry en-mass seems less like a surgical and measured response to the coup attempt and more like a concerted effort to cripple the voices of highly educated people and to prevent the creation of any more. Still, 16000 people out of 74 million is a very small percentage (~0.02%) so it is possible that this is simply a bias on my side. According to findthedata.com Turkey has a literacy rate above the worldwide average and an education profile similar to most western countries.
The Higher Education Board ordered all deans to resign as part of a crackdown following last weekend's failed coup. Staff from the education ministry and the office of the prime minister were also told to leave.
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This whole process looks more and more like getting rid of anybody against Erdogan.

Nonetheless I think, that long term it was good, that the generals did not succeed, as they did previously.

Short term it means a Turkey more isolated from Europe, and a Turkey with fewer tourist.
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I like the brexit one. #Brexit
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The purpose of science is to shine a light in the darkness, and lasers do it hard enough to set the darkness on fire!
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Hi there!

I'm a young geek with sporty streak.
The sporty streak is the many years of Ju-jutsu I've done. The geeky part is my degree in physics and interest in coding, movies, fantasy, sci-fi, computers, physics, roleplaying, and google!

I also love traveling by plane. I've been to some far off places like India and New Zealand and I loved it. I wonder were I will go next?
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Water rafted over a 7 m waterfall; taught martial arts to kids for 3+ years; 800+ h of cleanroom experience; got at Ph.D!; have great friends!
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  • Technical University of Denmark
    Applied Physics - Ph.D, 2009 - 2012
  • Technical University of Denmark
    Applied Physics - M.Sc., 2003 - 2009
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It is a decent enough place. All the normal features. The wifi was very bad though and it is definitely an inn, not a hotel. Airport shuttle to the airport. Nice staff!
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A typical Dairy Queen. Great blizzards (ice cream) and ok fast food. Clean and friendly.
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FINALLY! You can purchase specific seats so you don't have to be there ahead of time to get the great seats. Like other fairchild cinema's they have an assortment of beverages and candy for purchase. There screens are generally large and the sound is excellent.
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Very nice restaurant. They have excellent calzones. You can mix and match ingredients as you wish to create your own experience, which is what I did, but you also have the option of choosing one of their suggestions. If calzones aren't your thing they have salads and starters and some dessert as well. The atmosphere is laid-back and calm with music in the background and the staff is very friendly and open. I can highly recommend this place, especially for lunch. I had a calzone with alfredo, canadian bacon, italian spiced chicken, red onion, porcini mushrooms and baby spinach. Very good!
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A typical McDonald's. Clean, friendly, and food comes quickly. I've never had any significant issues either ordering in the store or through the drive-through. This place accepts Android Pay.
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Great bar and restaurant. This place is usually busy and I can understand why. They have a variety of great drinks and great burgers. There are also a number of other items on the menu such as grilled cheese and assortments of sandwiches. The environment is what you would expect, some booths for those wanting a more restaurant feel, bar stools at the bar and at some tables. Large screens showing sports and such.
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Quick and professional!
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