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Robert Murrell
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Both the M0 and M3 are formidable platforms.
 
ARM Cortex-M Marketing Manager Diya Soubra talks Wearables and Internet of Things using ARM Cortex-M processor family. The ARM Cortex-M is a group of 32-bit ARM processor cores intended for microcontroller use, consists of the Cortex-M0, Cortex-M0+, Cortex-M1, Cortex-M3, Cortex-M4. The ARM Cortex-M processor family is an upwards compatible range of energy-efficient, easy to use processors designed to help developers meet the needs of tomorrow's embedded applications.
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Fun, stabilized Star Trek!

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I know right! I think she just did some dance move or something? 
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That's awesome!
 
A gigantic Pyrocumulonimbus cloud from a volcanic eruption

Looking at the mountain foothill puts this scenario into size proportions. The top of the cloud's cone has easily the area of a typical Megacity, even at this early stage of a volcano's outburst.

The enormity of the scale makes the concept of nuclear winter instantly graspable to students, and thus the narrow range of certain parameters that let us live comfortably and in harmony on this wonderful planet that we call home.

_The nuclear winter scenario assumes that if 100 or more city firestorms follow the nuclear explosions of a nuclear war, and the firestorms loft large enough amounts of sooty smoke into the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere, soot lifted by the conveyor belt offered by the pyrocumulonimbus clouds that form during a firestorm. _
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_winter
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcanic_winter


Credit: NASA | Sarychev Volcano Eruption from the International Space Station
NASA | Sarychev Volcano Eruption from the International Space Station



#sciencesunday   #science   #scienceeveryday   #global   #nature   #anigif   #awareness   #learning    #international   #space   #station  
#volcano   #catastrophe   #climatechange  

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"The universe can exist without anyone. The sooner you come to terms with your own mortality, you really do have a better life. If you can conceive of your death and realize that it is an inevitable thing, a natural thing, and you should be okay with being around for a finite period of time. It’s a hard thing to do, and that’s why people don’t want to do it." http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/symbiartic/2014/06/16/there-is-no-art-without-death/
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Attention makers... meet the Jetson TK1 Developer Kit. It’s a plug-and-play 192-core mobile supercomputer that boots to Ubuntu right out of the box. We’re giving away 50 of them as part of our Tegra K1 CUDA Vision Challenge --> http://bit.ly/1pyrOuw
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Oh! That's why everyone is celebrating today!
 
3 Cheers for J. Robert Goddard! Today is the 88th anniversary of the first liquid-fueled rocket launch! http://space.io9.com/today-in-1926-robert-goddard-launched-the-worlds-first-1544960019/
Today in 1926, Robert Goddard launched the world's first liquid-fueled rocket in Auburn, Massachusetts.
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My latest thought experiment turned personal challenge. All are welcome to join. Please read and comment if you are interested.
I was watching my youngest son play Minecraft on Xbox the other day. He was playing around with Redstone repeaters and comparators. For those of you who are not geeks, gamers, or have been living under rocks - Redstone is the...
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The movie Thirteenth floor also kinda is about this... Not a great movie, but still. Well, Matrix is all about this too, I guess as computers and simulations become more powerful, people tend to think of this stuff more. Plato's Allegory of the Cave is probably the first time I heard about the whole idea... Back in school. Interesting stuff. 
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You tripped, but you never tripped like this before...

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For those who don't know, WOZ is a co-founder of Apple. ;)
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  • Berkley High School
    General Education, 1993 - 1997
  • Oakland Technical Center
    Electronics and Automation, 1996 - 1997
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It's like eating at home, authentic. Want better, go to Mexico. The price amazing,wont find better flavor to value ratio.
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Mediocre service, poor breakfast, only one of a few who charge $100 refunded deposit. If you have a debit card the take the cash from your account immediately then return in on checkout instead of holding on to card number and charging later. Not an uncommon practice for a hotel but an unusually large amount. There are many other hotels in the area that do not do that and are only $20 more, spend the extra money and go there. Only stay here if you must.
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Best in the area. Really take out only but does have small sit down area with zero atomspere but the food is so good it doesnt matter.
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