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The first U.S Car to go to Cuba in 58 years is an Infiniti
Alfonso Albaisa, INFINITI executive design director, took an all-new INFINITI Q60 to Havana – the first U.S.-spec car registered in Cuba in 58 years – to trace his roots back to his parents' birthplace. Now based in Japan, where he oversees all four INFINITI design studios across the world, Alfonso grew up in Miami. This was his first opportunity to visit Cuba and see the curves of the mid-century modern architecture of his great-uncle Max Borges-Recio, including the Tropicana, Club Nautico, as well as Borges Recio's own home. In the process, Alfonso may have also found the origins of his own design DNA that is expressed in the unique flowing lines of current INFINITI vehicles.
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Researchers of the University of Southampton have found a way to store 360 TB of data on a piece of glass. The data is stored on a nanostructure in a piece of quartz written by a femto laser.

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So Bill Gates thinks we need to 'science the shit' out of energy (and have a carbon tax.) So do I.

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#VeinViewer Creates Detailed #Realtime Image Of Patient's #Veins

Needle phobia, also known as trypanophobia, is a common form of anxiety disorder, afflicting nearly 10-percent of the U.S. adult population. Extreme fear of hypodermic syringes, or injections used in various medical procedures, often leads to fewer vaccinations and blood donations among sufferers. Memphis-based Christie Medical Holdings has come up with an innovative technology, called VeinViewer, that alleviates the patient’s discomfort, while undergoing venipuncture, by projecting a real-time image of the veins on to the person’s arm.

Link: http://sciencehook.com/navigator/818/

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