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Arduino Day 2014, la fotogallery del compleanno romano http://buff.ly/1luRplB
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Robot, biciclette virtuali, generatori di poesie (cose da Roma Makers) e di favole e applicazioni che andavano dalla domotica alla sicurezza fino alla ricerca al turismo. C'era questo e altro al tempio di Adriano dove sabato 29 è stato Arduino Day , non solo la giornata che ogni anno si pone ...
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Thanks, Arduino!
Summary: The microcontroller, which turns nine today, has helped make working with electronics accessible to everyone, including artists, hobbyists and children.
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Happy Birthday Arduino! And now, what's your next challenge? Massimo Banzi interview http://buff.ly/1mCAlub
Why did Massimo Banzi, founder of Arduino, decide to celebrate Arduino's birthday in New York? Because there isn't just technology, like in San Francisco. Next phase of FabLabs? Genetic hacking
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Scientists Discover The 'Smoking Gun' For The Big Bang Theory

Following the Big Bang nearly 14 billion years ago, the universe began to expand. In a conference that took place this past afternoon, scientists announced that they now have direct evidence of this event. 

The primordial cosmic microwave background radiation that continues to spread through space to this day holds the key to this ancient event.

Using the South Pole Telescope and the BICEP instrument, scientists detected gravitational waves in the universe’s fossil radiation. Even more amazing, they also found that the telltale polarization signals are much stronger than expected.

Physicist Marc Kamionkowski, at Johns Hopkins University, said about the discovery:

“If these results hold up...then we’ve learned only that inflation has sent us a telegram, encoded on gravitational waves and transcribed on the cosmic microwave background sky. It will be essential in the years to come to follow through with more detailed and precise measurements to infer fully what this telegram is telling us.”

Lawrence Krauss, a theoretical physicist at Arizona State University, said that the discovery, if verified, "gives us a window on the universe at the very beginning."

"It's just amazing," the AP quoted him as saying. "You can see back to the beginning of time."

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http://news.discovery.com/space/astronomy/big-bangs-smoking-gun-discovered-140317.htm

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