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I just played slither.io and got a length of 132! Can you beat that? http://slither.io
The smash-hit game! Play with millions of players around the world and try to become the longest of the day!
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Thanks for your interest in Adblock Browser. Please make sure you first join the community with the same Google login you use to access the playstore, then go to this link: https://goo.gl/Yv2x5q, or click the GOOGLE PLAY link below, hit “Become a Tester,”, and then you’ll get access to download it from the Playstore.
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Beautiful, inspiring & mind-blowing images on Futurism
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I'm an African God from the future. 
WSHH presents Uncensored Cartoons Episode 5. Created by @ItsReal85. Brought to you by @QWorldstar.Posted by Jay
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3D printing is soon becoming the food microwave from 5th element
 
THIS WEEK IN TECH !

This past week, researchers in Paris implanted false memories into mice, scientists in Japan transmitted 1.8 kilowatts of power wirelessly, and engineers in Australia successfully transplanted a new long-lasting bionic heart!
Read more in the links below!

Like my posts? Add me +Larry Panozzo for THIS WEEK IN TECH, THIS WEEK IN SCIENCE, and more each week.

Implanting False Memories
http://www.theguardian.com/science/neurophilosophy/2015/mar/09/false-memories-implanted-into-the-brains-of-sleeping-mice

Wireless Energy Transmission
http://phys.org/news/2015-03-japan-space-scientists-wireless-energy.html

Bionic Heart
http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/brisbane-bionic-heart-set-to-save-lives--while-missing-a-beat-20150309-13zg6c.html

Plastic Waste Concrete
http://www.sciencealert.com/scientists-have-made-concrete-using-plastic-waste-and-it-s-just-as-strong-as-regular-concrete

Power-generating Tires
http://www.futuretimeline.net/blog/2015/03/8.htm

Molecular 3D Printer
http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/health/a14528/the-chemistry-3d-printer-can-craft-rare-medicinal-molecules-from-scratch/

#science #tech #3Dprinting
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This has no every day value... really, who will need this?
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Originally published on Gas2. On one end of the performance spectrum we have the 707 horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat, a supercharged American muscle car made through decades of performance refinements. At the other end is the Tesla Model S P85D, which…
Originally published on Gas2. On one end of the performance spectrum we have the 707 horsepower Dodge Challenger Hellcat, a supercharged American muscle car made through decades of performance refinements. At the other end is the Tesla Model S P85D, which boasts 691 horsepower through a cutting-edge electric drivetrain unlike anything the world has seen before. Both
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Most isn't yet proven, but very interesting non the less.
 
nice clip explains higher dimensions from a physics point of view, some physicists say we got 10 dimensions.  :) The video covers the five dimensional Einstein-Kaluza view that is less known today.  The video is helpful in understanding why when we see higher dimensional events we don't always have the capacity to understand well what happened from a 3rd dimensional perspective. :)

Kaluza showed that by extending space-time to five dimensions, one could produce the Einstein equations in four dimensions, plus an extra set of equations that is equivalent to Maxwell’s equations for electromagnetism. The fifth dimension would be compact, curled up so small that we can’t detect it. Einstein liked the five-dimensional approach. In 1919, he wrote to Kaluza, "The idea of achieving unification by means of a five-dimensional cylinder world would never have dawned on me...At first glance I like your idea enormously." Kaluza published his paper in 1921, and Einstein accepted his ideas and published his first paper on unified field theory, with Jacob Grommer, following a similar approach, in 1922.
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Stark Tower - Miami, Fl
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I've spotted Bigfoot stalking me.

My sweat is used as an active ingredients in most colognes.

My gaming skills are so renowned, that 8 year old gamer's are keep silence in my presence in a lobby.

Women tend to drop what they are hold (or have on) from the mere glimpse of me.

Germaphobes cant keep their hands off me.

My shoes never crease.

I've won the lifetime achievement award, twice.

A bird in my hand is worth three in the bush.

My love making has been detected with a seismograph.

I book flights through Air-force One.

Bear hugs are what I give bears.

Batman watches Saturday morning cartoons about me.

- I'm the most interesting man in the world...(If I were the last man alive...)

I don't always code but when I do,
 I have no idea what I'm doing.
Use Google my friends. 
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Centrally located between the major theme parks. Has many great surrounding resultant, bars, and convenience stores. Services by employees are amazing. Would give a 5 star but the rooms are really boring and generic. For the cost I was expecting something higher end. Other than that's its a great place to stay. Very nice pool and spa area. Outside bar and really cool restaurant.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
The best publix for a great shopping experience. Although very busy, staff is always eager to please everyone customer.
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago
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Absolutely loved this place. So much actually that my girlfriend and I went back the next day! Our waitress was a lovely young woman by the name of Jess.She was polite and had great opinions from the menu. If I lived in waynesville I would eat lunch here just about every day.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Took a friend up there and really enjoyed ourselves. The food was in large portions and their selection of alcohol is huge.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago