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A programmer wrote scripts to secretly automate a lot of his job — and email his wife and make a latte http://www.businessinsider.com/programmer-automates-his-job-2015-11?op=1?r=UK&IR=T via DuckDuckGo for Android

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Quantum entanglement achieved at room temperature in semiconductor wafers http://phys.org/news/2015-11-quantum-entanglement-room-temperature-semiconductor.html via DuckDuckGo for Android

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The Most Fascinating Behind-The-Scenes Photos Of Your Favorite TV Shows, from io9

DOCTOR WHO
STAR TREK
STAR TREK: THE NEXT GENERATION
STAR TREK: VOYAGER
MERLIN
STAR TREK: ENTERPRISE
STARGATE: SG-1
STARGATE ATLANTIS
BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER
GAME OF THRONES
SPACE: 1999
FRINGE
BABYLON 5

The TARDIS and the Starship Enterprise feel like enchanted places that we visit in our imaginations. But the reality of working on a TV show involves long hours in a studio, and the magic takes a lot of work. Just check out these revealing behind-the-scenes photos from our favorite fantasy and science fiction shows.

We already showed you the making of iconic movies — now here are the funny and extraordinary moments of filming some episodes of Doctor Who, Star Trek, Fringe, Stargate and Buffy. Plus some publicity shots, for good measure!

#startrek   #startrekthenextgeneration   #startrekenterprise   #space1999   #startrekvoyager   #doctorwho   #merlin   #fringe   #stargatesg1   #stargateatlantis   #gameofthrones   #babylon5   #scifi  


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Researchers create a laboratory model of artificial life as we might find it on Titan!

In an exciting experiment researchers have artificially created a model of hypothetical Methane based life form that could be in existence on Saturn's Moon Titan

"A new type of methane-based, oxygen-free life form that can metabolize and reproduce similar to life on Earth has been modeled by a team of Cornell University researchers.

Taking a simultaneously imaginative and rigidly scientific view, chemical engineers and astronomers offer a template for life that could thrive in a harsh, cold world - specifically Titan, the giant moon of Saturn. A planetary body awash with seas not of water, but of liquid methane, Titan could harbor methane-based, oxygen-free cells.

Their theorized cell membrane, composed of small organic nitrogen compounds and capable of functioning in liquid methane temperatures of 292 degrees below zero, is published in Science Advances, Feb. 27. The work is led by chemical molecular dynamics expert Paulette Clancy and first author James Stevenson, a graduate student in chemical engineering. The paper's co-author is Jonathan Lunine, director for Cornell's Center for Radiophysics and Space Research."

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-02-life-saturn-moon-titan.html#jCp

Image: A representation of a 9-nanometer azotosome, about the size of a virus, with a piece of the membrane cut away to show the hollow interior. Credit: James Stevenson
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