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Something worth watching for Earth Day.
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WORTH WATCHING!

“Marble quarries are places so unbelievable and striking, they almost feel like they are big theaters or sets,” says Yuri Ancarani, the filmmaker behind the documentary * Il Capo (The Chief),* which follows a quarry boss as he guides his men through the extraction process, using a silent language of gesture and sign."
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THE FIRST PERSON TO LIVE TO BE 200 YEARS OLD IS ALIVE TODAY

"As we begin to unlock more and more of the keys to the way the universe itself works (both on the comsological scale and on the nanoscale), we are discovering more and more ways to extend lifespans in general. For humans, this means generating entire organs from scratch, using stem cells to create replacement tissues and smaller portions of organs, and manipulating our DNA itself, potentially. It will almost surely mean technology inside of our bodies, constantly monitoring changes and updates within our very bloodstream, as computers continue to shrink in size."
Want to live to be 200? What if I told you that your quality of life well into your 100s could be higher than it is today? Radical life extension is taking a great leap forward right this minute.
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AUTOMATA OFFICIAL TRAILER 1. Definitely  in my watchlist. 
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I got it 4 sale....other movies too...some not even out yet....
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"Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kieran's new ears were modelled on his mum's."

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Kieran Sorkin, a nine-year-old British boy who was born without ears, has had ears created for him using cartilage taken from his ribs. His new ear
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+Christopher Davis this is a usual practice of this kind of communities.
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<<Jan Scheuermann, a 55-year-old quadriplegic woman with electrodes in her brain, has been able to fly an F-35 fighter jet using "nothing but her thoughts.">>
Arati Prabhakar—director of the Pentagon's advanced research arm DARPA—has revealed a breakthrough achievement in machine mind control. Jan Scheuermann, a 55-year-old quadriplegic woman with electrodes in her brain, has been able to fly an F-35 fighter jet using "nothing but her thoughts."
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+Gert Sønderby that would be an interesting discovery. Imagine if we're able to fully immerse ourselves in the body of another species/machine without the sense of loss of limbs.
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Direct brain-to-brain connection has been established between humans for the second time

Scientists in the US have successfully linked the brains of six people, allowing one person to control the hands of another using just their thoughts. 
Scientists in the US have successfully linked the brains of six people, allowing one person to control the hands of another using just their thoughts. Researchers from the University of Washington in the US have managed to link-up two people’s...
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"+Autodesk's genetic engineer Andrew Hessel is working to fight cancer on a new level: a personalized, affordable one, using 3D printed oncolytic viruses, which literally break cancer cells apart."

"He makes fighting cancer sound very simple with the idea of viral engineering, which encompasses using software to design and make viruses — and 3D print them. Obviously, there is quite a body of research and work that goes into making that a reality."
Weaving his way through a virtually invisible and widely unknown world of microscopic cells and futuristic technology, Autodesk’s genetic engineer Andrew Hess
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"Wearable technology is undoubtedly one of the latest trends to proliferate our digital world. While wearables might seem like an innovation entirely out of the 21st century, humans have been tinkering with these gizmos and gadgets long before the days of Pebble, Jawbone, Fitbit and Google Glass. In fact, the definition of “wearable computers” can date all the way back to the 16th century when humans first starting wearing time-keeping devices. However, due to the differing definitions of both “wearable” and “computer,” there remains varying beliefs as to who devised the first computer with which we adorned our bodies. For some, the first wearable (an abacus ring) arrived on the scene early as between 1368 and 1644 during Qing Dynasty era, while others believe it was either the first wristwatch by Breguet for the Queen of Naples in 1810, or the covert timing devices hidden in shoes to cheat the game of roulette by Thorp and Shannon in the 1960s." 
Wearable technology is undoubtedly one of the latest trends to proliferate our digital world. While wearables might seem like an innovation entirely out of the 21st century, humans have been tinker...
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"Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kieran's new ears were modelled on his mum's."

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Kieran Sorkin, a nine-year-old British boy who was born without ears, has had ears created for him using cartilage taken from his ribs. His new ear
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¡Hola!- Hardcore Tech, Food & Science Lover. Singularitian. Joaquín Sabina & Enríque Bunbury fan ツ
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Geek, secondlifer, Singularitian. Interested in Virtual Worlds, Science, New Technologies, Singularity, Nanotechnology, Science myths, Transhumanism, social media, social networks, politics, Postcards, postcrossing, movies, books, photos and FOOD!
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