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This is going to sell like hot cakes (video)
When the first trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was revealed to the world, a whole lot of people had the same thought about one of the little robots in the trailer. It looked suspiciously like a giant Sphero robot with a little floating head on top, so naturally a ton of people asked Orbotix if they would be able to make a version of their popular Sphero robot to look like this...
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A new Google logo. Change is good. (Video)
Google, its logo and the icons associated with it have become mainstays of not just the Internet or a browser window on your desktop, but your smartphone, your tablet, your watch and your car. Goog...
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This spider is cracking up over something.
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3M did a pretty good job with this. (Video)
3M used 25,000 post its, 75 rolls of that blue painter tape, and a whole bunch of other stuff to make this wildly complicated Rube Goldberg machine that’s actually really fun to watch. Unlike other Rube Goldberg machines, it’s not totally obvious how it’ll progress from one level to the next, like a slow burn where you’re unsure if it can keep on going or not.
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It's the truth. No way would police let a group of black men walk around with assault rifles and be happy with it.
Sam Andrews received three phone calls during an hour-long lunch at a Pizza Hut in St. Louis County, Missouri, last week. Andrews is a member of the group called the Oath Keepers, and the callers were fellow Oath Keepers, congratulating and questioning him about his latest “operation”: Over the previous two nights, in nearby Ferguson, he’d led a group of five white men with assault rifles and body armor to the scene of the protests marking the on...
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This deal with Iran is sounding to be not so good of a deal.
Iranian leaders prevented a top International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) official from disclosing to U.S. officials the nature of secret side deals with the Islamic Republic by threatening harm to hi
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I kind of like this concept in a PC.
Building a PC isn't unusual, and even small-form-factor computers can be pieced together DIY-style, but Acer is hoping to lure even technophobes with its modular model. The Acer Revo Build, announc...
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Tragic. Looks like the shooter is a disgruntled employee at the news station
A WDBJ live report appears to have ended in gunshots after a gunman apparently began firing at the news crew early Wednesday morning.
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This is interesting. Scientists has discover that the Octopus are more complex than humans. Even more, much of the new genes they discover is unique to the Octopus only. In other words, scientists don't know how these genes evolved since they believe all genes evolved from other genes commonly share by other species. The Octopus is defying evolutionary thinking. That is why scientists are calling it "Alien". 
Research findings recently published in the scientific journal Nature bolstered observations of the octopus being a very unusual creature.
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+Patrick Smith have you read the peer reviews and the old earth creationist answer to the flood?
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This is great. Give it a try. 
 
Brain Quiz - Bet Your Brain Can't Read This

Here's a brain quiz. Can you read this? I bet on first glance your first answer is "No!"

Take 15 seconds and try to read it. Are you picking up a few words? Give yourself a few passes through it. Is your brain figuring out more of the words? Now spend a minute studying this and then let's see how you answer the question, "Can you read this?"

If your brain can learn to read this (in about a minute), I wonder what else it could learn to do. So often I hear people say they can't change - and you just changed in about a minute.

#quiztime #potential #powerofthemind Image: http://goo.gl/5M6vw
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I agree. We tend to look at things from a negative view point. Especially when things are not going our way. But as the point of the article is making, we need to purposely be positive about our thinking. Or risk letting negative thoughts do our thinking for us.
Before you get depressed about all this, remember that you can change your emotions and feelings.
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Bernie Sanders have been attracting some large crowds to him just like Obama did when he first ran for president. No one in the beginning thought Obama could win the Presidency. This is how I feel about Bernie Sanders. I believe he's running for President not because he thinks he can win. But to force the true Democratic front runner for President to adopt progressive ideas. I wonder if he really meant to go all the way.
For serious analysts of politics the summer belongs to Sanders.
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