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Reza Darvishi
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The first issue of the peer-reviewed, open-access Journal of Science Fiction is up! Check it out and let us know what you think.
 http://ow.ly/XBTZ1

Also from the folks building toward the new Museum of Science Fiction — Science fiction is the story of humanity: who we were, who we are, and who we dream to be. https://lnkd.in/empzFrV

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یک مجموعه ی متفاوت. گوش کنید پشیمان نمی شوید :)
Raks Raks Raks -[03]- The Flowers - Meekshi Manoo

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Gangnam style.. ^^!

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"Monitoring of pregnant women found about 100 different chemicals, with 43 of them in all women tested. Lead, mercury, toluene, perchlorate, bisphenol A, flame retardants, perfluorinated compounds, organochlorine pesticides and phthalates are among the chemicals, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's nationwide testing program."

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Armed and dangerous?

APL's Modular Prosthetic Limb (MPL) recently made the news when a woman, paralyzed from the neck down, was able to control it with her thoughts. - goo.gl/O4lld

The clip below demonstrates the arm's amazing capabilities. It offers 22 degrees of motion, including independent movement of each finger, in a package that weighs about nine pounds (the weight of a natural limb). Providing nearly as much dexterity as a natural limb, the MPL is capable of unprecedented mechanical agility.

This news, of course, brings a smile to my face as it will help a lot of people, dramatically increasing their quality of life, but it's important to keep in mind that such robotic systems will have other applications as well.
'Iron Man' Actor Clark Gregg Spends a Day With the Raytheon Sarcos XOS 2 Exoskeleton

Right now we have people controlling robots in far away warzones - mostly aerial drones - but in the future we might see humans using exoskeletons, BCIs or extremely accurate motion trackers to translate their movement to humanoid robotic platforms. When you consider that using drones is not considered to be an act of war and does not need congressional approval... Not to mention that the use of a robotic ground force might have unintended consequences; actually feeding extremism instead of serving as a deterrent.   

The Robotics Revolution - goo.gl/DCa4G
Drones today... Robocop tomorrow? - goo.gl/5Bpbc

Via +Ethan Smith & +Ninja On Rye 

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lovely 

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