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Jochen Fromm
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It's Easter this weekend, but these moai haven't heard! Many of the ancient Easter Island statues are broken, but Ahu Togariki (in the foreground) still stands.

http://education.nationalgeographic.com/education/photo/island-easter-990-60955/?ar_a=1

Photograph by Nico Peri, My Shot
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Happy Easter! :-)
 
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Time to reconfigure the warp field parameters, to exchange defective plasma coils, and to recalibrate the deflector shields? Happy holidays...

Data's great moments in love
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Human take longer to calculate lip pressure...
And do all that other stuff in their subconscious mind ;)

Data needs to focus better...
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Anyone seen the new Noah film with +Emma Watson? Is it recommendable? I mean this one http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1959490/
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LMAO!!! +Jochen Fromm I can't stop laughing at this. 
It's absurd on so many levels. 
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Nature is even more complex than we thought.  It's long been known that bacteria exchange genes. In his column this week Carl Zimmer discusses research that seems to show that a gene was transferred from one species of plant to an unrelated species -- and then expanded to most of the population of the new species. 

This is terrific in that it shows that evolution is not just mutation, cross-over, and selection. It's also sharing on a higher level than we thought possible. This is the sort of thing that happens in our economic system. A feature developed for on product is copied and used in a completely different product. Now we know that nature does it also.
Long ago, a new paper suggests, a fern took a useful gene from a neighboring hornwort, an acquisition that allowed ferns to thrive in shade.
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Watched Gravity today. Not bad, very realistic. Less dull and claustrophobic than I expected. A fire extinguisher to navigate in space. That's a bit like Wall-E :-) But the Chinese have no space station yet. And why are all space stations completely empty? Otherwise a great film.
 
2 things I learned from watching Gravity... you need Russian and Chinese phrasebooks, and always keep a fire extinguisher with you...
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They do have a space station, Tiangong, launched in 2011. You can even see the original module in the scene. The stations are empty because anyone sane would have evacuated. 
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Europeans like the USA because the famous TV and sports stars who made it here live there (either in Florida or California). The films we see in cinema and TV come from Hollywood. The music we hear in the radio comes from American bands like +Bon Jovi and +Metallica. The best universities like +Harvard University or +Princeton University are located there. Our computers run on systems from American companies like +Google , Microsoft and Apple. And we are still grateful that they have liberated Europe from the "Nazi" nightmare in WWII. Yes, they have the NSA but also +NASA and Edward Snowden (if they celebrate liberty, independence and freedom so much, why don't they bring him back home and grant him amnesty? This would be a good ending for the Hollywood film about him that is probably already in the making..). They drive old Chevrolets and Ford Pickups but also futuristic cars from +Tesla Motors. The land of unlimited possibilities. The land of your dreams? What do you think? Would you like to live there?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States
 
Celebrating Independence: Statue of Liberty officially reopens to tourists for Fourth of July, eight months after closing due to Hurricane Sandy: http://nbcnews.to/1aG5HKr 

Photo: +Alex Moe / NBC News
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Well that explains a lot ... well done Noah ..... lol 
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