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"It is also cheap and easy to use!"

So it will be used and I think it's a good thing. Just distribute it widely and also start talking about ethic and morals of #transhumanism  
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Following the challenge laid down by American robot company MegaBots at the end of June, the Japanese company Suidobashi Heavy Industry has responded and it seems that a giant robot duel between the two companies is very much on.…
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The true number of young people who are homeless far exceeds government figures, according to a major new study by housing experts at Cambridge University being released on Monday.
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Allowing this situation to continue and rely on charities to provide for homeless people should be taken as a badge of shame for the government.
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We’ve reported on “space” balloons before. Heck, some of us have even launched a few. Usually they go way up in the air, take some cool pictures, and land within driving (and retrieving) distance the same afternoon. You get often amazing photos and…
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The Runit Dome in the Marshall Islands is a hulking legacy of years of US nuclear testing. Now locals and scientists are warning that rising sea levels caused by climate change could cause 111,000 cubic yards of debris to spill into the ocean
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The Project to Let Anyone Download and Print Their Own House

So how do a bunch of unskilled n00bs put together a house that doesn't fall apart when you open the front door? Think of it like putting together a model plane from a punch-out cardboard sheet. 350 panels of a product called SmartPly—essentially, a humidity-resistant particle board—are cut into numbered pieces using a CNC mill:
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Hamburg has some 3dP related stuff in their political agenda now
Der Hamburger Koalitionsvertrag der #spd lässt hoffen #3ddruck
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Was soll man dazu sagen. Selbst die Politik erkennt jetzt mehr und mehr die Signifikanz des Themas 3D Druck. Ich als Münchner muss anerkennen, dass die neue
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3dPrinted instruments - nice list
Create account or Sign in. Join this site. Legal | About | Contact. Tags | Edit | Source | Print. Page tags. 3d and application clothing fabrication home implants medical military printing prototyping rapid technology textiles. Watchers. Christoferson · Donald Lindsay ...
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Nice find. Hopefully will turn into something useful.
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Yes, Peo, You Can Get Paid For This

When I came downstairs this morning, Peo was doing Algebra on +Khan Academy for fun.  She's also obsessed with +Tim Blais' string theory song (which she has memorized, of course) and has been reading Wikipedia to learn about Kahler manifolds.

So I said, "Are you going to be a theoretical physicist now?"

She didn't turn from the screen as she said, "Hm?"

"Are you going to be a theoretical physicist?  I think they sit around all day thinking about math and space and science and stuff, and get paid for it."

Her brow furrowed.  "Um, I don't need to get paid for it."

"Peo, if you're doing it as a career, you should get paid for it."

"Nah, that's okay."

"'Nah' you don't want to do theoretical physics or 'nah' you don't want to get paid?"

She said, "I want +NASA to pay me to send a rover to Europa."  Then she added in that omg-desperate-for-all-the-science-things tone, "I mean I HAVE TO CHECK IF THERE ARE ANY SIGNS OF LIFE THERE!"

I said, "Maybe you can do both.  I bet NASA hires theoretical physicists too."

She said, "Nah, I only want to do the theoretical physics part for fun, not pay."

Then Corran came in and I reiterated the conversation for him, adding, "She doesn't want to get paid because she hasn't been a grad student yet."

Corran explained to her that theoretical physicists should get paid and that sometimes you only get to be a grad student in it if you're intending to get a job doing it afterwards.

I asked her, "Is there a problem with being paid for it?  Do you feel like you can't have it as a hobby if you get paid for it?"

And she said, "Yeah."

So I said, "Look, Peo, you can have a job that you love so much that it's like you're sitting around playing with your hobby all of the time and then WHOOPS at the end of every week or month or whatever a bunch of money shows up in your account and then you can have rent and food.  That's pretty much the best way to live as an adult."

Her eyes opened wide and she nodded as she said, "Okay, I'll mainly be sending rovers to Europa but then do theoretical physics for fun too."

I also told her as she's working out learning what all of the terms mean in the string theory song, she should write a book called, "Theoretical Physics for Kids."

She asked, "Would anyone read that book?"

I asked, "Wouldn't you?"

"Oh yeah!  I wish it already existed!"

"Peo, when nobody is writing the books you want, write them yourself.  That's what I did with Finding Gaia.  You do it with physics.  Everybody can be happy."

Now let's see if we can get her to actually complete a project...


Links I'm giving to Peo (I have no idea if they're accurate or not, this is way over my head): (she already knows this word a bit because of +Monty Harper's song "Topologically Speaking"

I figure that should keep her busy for the morning. :p
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A team of researchers in Japan has created a series of small-scale plasma holograms that you can actually feel when touched
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I could think of so many great uses gor that tech.
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Livebilder von Pluto - oder zumindest so nah dran, wie es bei der langsamen Uebertragungsrate geht. Man stelle sich mal vor was gehen wuerde wenn die Gelder der militaerischen Raumfahrt bei den Sonden landen wuerde. Ich hoff ja inzwischen, dass New Horizon bald Aliens entdeckt, damit das auch passiert :)
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I am Nerd. I'm father of 6. <3 #3dprinting #maker #zombie #voltcola #makibox

Note: If you want me to promote your: software, app, company, service, ngo - just write me an email ( - also if you need help organizing your UserGroup Event (BarCamp/Hackathon), i can/will eventually help for free.

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What makes me so nerdy is my addiction to knowledge/makers, spreading wisdom, my wish to make the world better than i've entered it and my strong believe that it is possible to do this with teaching and technology.

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