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We are skeptics who have devoted much of our careers to practicing and promoting scientific skepticism. We ask that journalists use more care when reporting on those who reject climate science, and hold to the principles of truth in labeling. Please stop using the word “skeptic” to describe deniers.
Public discussion of scientific topics such as global warming is confused by misuse of the term skeptic.
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We try to stay neutral +Mary R :)

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No matter who you are, if you have the talents then go for it.
 
“I would encourage girls first of all to pursue science and engineering if that is what they are passionate about,” said Christina George when telling us about her experiences as a Nuclear Security Officer at the IAEA. 

Hear more from Christina about working at the #IAEA and how a technical background has helped her along the way. 

--- We’re highlighting women at the IAEA to underscore the importance of integrating #women in all dimensions of the workplace, from the #science labs to management offices. This echoes the themes of this week’s Women in Nuclear Global Conference on Women in Nuclear meets Atoms for Peace. Stay tuned for more #videos like this…
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"Seek freedom and become captive of your desires, seek discipline and find your liberty."

Frank Herbert
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Plans, within plans, within plans.
_Frank Herbert
The greatest hindrance to learning, is a great accumulation of things that you "know".
_Frank Herbert

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Marte Løge, a 2015 graduate of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, recently collected and analyzed almost 4,000 ALPs as part of her master's thesis. She found that a large percentage of them—44 percent—started in the top left-most node of the screen. A full 77 percent of them started in one of the four corners. The average number of nodes was about five, meaning there were fewer than 9,000 possible pattern combinations. A significant percentage of patterns had just four nodes, shrinking the pool of available combinations to 1,624. More often than not, patterns moved from left to right and top to bottom, another factor that makes guessing easier.
Like "p@$$w0rd" and "1234567" many Android patterns are easy to guess.
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Android called this a less secured login.  It's only good for securing tablets against easily deterred kids.

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Yep, having eyes can be tricky.

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Delivering resolution at the level of 40 microns, or less than half the width of a human hair, the “MultiFab” system is the first 3D printer to use 3D-scanning techniques from machine-vision, which offers two key advantages over traditional 3D printing.

First, MultiFab can self-calibrate and self-correct, freeing users from having to do the fine-tuning themselves. For each layer of the design, the system’s feedback loop 3D-scans and detects errors and then generates so-called “correction masks.” This approach allows the use of inexpensive hardware while ensuring print accuracy.
3D printing is great, assuming that all you need to do is print one material for one purpose, and that you're okay with it taking a few tries. But the technology is still far behind where it could be in reliably producing a variety of useful objects, with no assembly required, at a cost that ...
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+Trung Pham well it will make a crappy leggo.

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Very cool interactive graph.
Things Mimicking Other Things. Nature is full of examples of camouflage and mimicry. Compare, contrast, and find patterns. Click and drag to navigate. Know any more examples? Send suggestions! [expand this][collapse this]
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Back to school? Now it is time to start thinking careers! 50+ different careers go into making a spacesuit and over 10,000 are employed atNASA's Johnson Space Center. ‪#‎SuitUp‬

Details: http://www.nasa.gov/suitup/gallery?id=369092
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Take a close look at the image and you'll see streams of blue-colored material inside the lobes near the center. The ESA describes these as "violent twin jets streaming out into space, at speeds in excess of 1 million kilometers per hour." That's over 621,000 miles per hour, which should earn the nebula a space speeding ticket.
 
There's a winged creature expanding far away in the universe.
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After burning yourself, would you rather use a regular bandage or a bandage that is squishy, soft, and soothing while relieving your pain?  Hydrogels can offer that improved relief.

In addition to treating burns, these polymer-based gels have many uses in a variety of wound treatments and delivering medication, as well as a potential role in chemotherapy. Read about how hydrogels are formed with #nuclear  technology, and how #Egypt  is using them to provide improved care. 

Interested in this topic? Find out more about this and other similar topics at our coming Scientific Forum on Atoms in Industry — register now to attend or watch the live stream on 15-16 September. https://goo.gl/Eo9ONa ‪#‎IAEAGC ‪#‎RadTech
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Chopin's Grande Polonaise, the performance received overwhelming standing ovation, this particular polonaise is possibly the most brilliant work Chopin ever wrote !
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