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Philip Moyer
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Complex system theorist, infosec guru, AI/ML practitioner, Maker, shooter, geek, sailor, and dad.
Complex system theorist, infosec guru, AI/ML practitioner, Maker, shooter, geek, sailor, and dad.

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Three years ago today I was screaming myself hoarse as Oracle Team USA came back from an 8-1 deficit to win the America's Cup.
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My current pile of electronics projects.
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BangGood RPi Power Pack v1.1 impressions....
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Quick update on progress on my medium autonomous #rover. #robotics #electronics @adafruit
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A quick intro to the @adafruit Circuit Playground.
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What is AGI vs. everyday AI/ML? #AI #MachineLearning
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Some current troubles I'm having with electronics....
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Stuff I've built or bought to provide ambient lighting in my bedroom.
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An introduction to two of my three rovers.
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#SpaceScience image of the week features another +Hubble Space Telescope marvel. This dramatic burst of colour shows a cosmic object with an equally dramatic history. Enveloped within striking, billowing clouds of gas and dust that form a nebula known as M1-67, sits a bright star named Hen 2-427 (otherwise known as WR 124).

This star is just as intense as the scene unfolding around it. It is a #WolfRayet star, a rare type of star known to have very high surface temperatures. The star, thought to be a massive one in the later stages of its evolution, blasted the material comprising #M167 out into space some 10 millennia ago – perhaps in multiple outbursts – to form an expanding ring of ejecta.   

Read more: http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2016/08/Hubble_s_fireball

Credit: ESA/Hubble & NASA Acknowledgement: J. Schmidt (geckzilla.com)
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