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I like Mr Jingles today. 
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The Stanford team reported "unprecedented charging times" of down to one minute with the aluminum prototype.
Stanford University scientists have invented the first high-performance aluminum battery that's fast-charging, long-lasting and inexpensive. Researchers say the new technology offers a safe alternative to many commercial batteries in wide use today.
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Blade Runner: The Final Cut (New Trailer) - In cinemas 3 Apr | BFI release. Via +Graeme Maughan 
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Oooh - nice.
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I can (and do) gawk at this guy's work all the time. It didn't exist when I was a kid, but looking at it makes me feel like one again.
If you have the book Incredible Cross-Sections of Star Wars you already know the amazing work of Hans Jenssen, a genius technical illustrator based in the United Kingdom. His work,completely done using classic drawing techniques and no computer aiding whatsoever, is a pure joy to zoom in and explore.
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"I certainly have not the talent which some people possess of conversing easily with those I have never seen before. I cannot catch their tone of conversation, or appear interested in their concerns, as I often see done.'' — Mr. Darcy
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How aluminium drinks cans are made. Wonderful explanation.
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The old is new again.
A 1,000-year-old treatment for eye infections could hold the key to killing antibiotic-resistant superbugs, scientists say.
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Might be a good idea to make the store only about packaged apps. 
Google's browser-based app store was supposed to make sense of the web. Instead, it's created more confusion.
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Google needs to play this right. If they keep unbundling their apps Cyanogen won't matter as much and they can potentially step back from Android; if they try to resist they risk being thrown out of their own party. 
A brazen startup has a very real shot AT busting up the world's smartphone duopoly.
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I just don't get the attitude of Cyanogen. They turned from an interesting ROM into an annoyance in my newsstream. I for one have moved on. Any solid AOSP-based ROM is better than the bloated ROM they offer nowadays.
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Good news for the service hopefully.
 
Just wanted to confirm that the rumors are true -- I’m excited to be running Google’s Photos and Streams products!  It’s important to me that these changes are properly understood to be positive improvements to both our products and how they reach users.
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I truly hope so. G+ is awesome and I don't want it to fizzle out and die. Google have got service integration almost perfect - although I still want to see my Google+ photos integrated into folders in Google Drive, buy I hear that is coming.
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The Null Hypothesis is Proven
In a world where everything keeps changing, here is a species who's environment has stayed boringly stable for a staggering 2 billion years.

So what did it do with that? Nothing and that is also what was to be expected from Darwin's teachings. Nature ain't fixing what ain't broken, we do that :-)

So the other conclusion that can be drawn from this little piece of science news is that life's complexity and biodiversity is a direct product of stressful situations which have been applied long enough.

I doubt that Nietzsche had thought of that, but I may be wrong
"That which does not kill us makes us stronger."
Friedrich Nietzsche, 1844 – 1900
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In the muddy sediments beneath the deep sea, scientists have found ancient communities of bacteria that have remained virtually unchanged for 2.3 billion years. ;
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