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Entra en contacto con la naturaleza y hospédate en la mejor cabaña en la Sierra Gorda de Querétaro.
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Scientists from Stanford University worked alongside SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory to build an ingenious water purification device that is significantly faster and more efficient than currently available technologies. Instead of using UV rays, the new contraption relies on the visible part of the solar spectrum for its functions.
Scientists at Stanford University have designed a small, rectangular device that uses sunlight to disinfect water within minutes.
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Interesting research.
 
A human talks to a machine. And it goes like this:

Human: what is the purpose of #life ?
Machine: to serve the greater good.
Human: what is the purpose of #living ?
Machine: to live forever.
Human: what is the purpose of existence?
Machine: to find out what happens when we get to the planet earth.
Human: where are you now?
Machine: i’m in the middle of nowhere.
Human: what is the purpose of dying?
Machine: to have a life.
Human: what is the purpose of being #intelligent ?
Machine: to find out what it is.
Human: what is the purpose of #emotions ?
Machine: i don’t know.

The picture is from the cover of "Robot Visions" by Isaac Asimov, published in 1990.
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Science is building storage mediums for the distant future. But what information will we preserve? And will anyone be able to read it?
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Miniature origami robot
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Here is another device I thought I would share. This one was invented by a man named John Searl and is called the "Searl Effect Generator" or S.E.G. for short. You can check out his website site @ http://www.searlsolution.com/index.html
Here is a video which walks you briefly on how it works and it does help to know a little about science and electricity. 
#FreeEnergy  
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I cannot hotlink the image right now, but it is pretty large anyway. About 20.000 years of the Earth's temperature curve plotted with the major events. It showss a 4.3 degree C warming.

But look at just how this warming is distributed across the ages.

Happy denying.

http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/earth_temperature_timeline.png
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Very cool.
 
High Speed Camera That Can Capture Light In Slow Motion
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If there's no predeterminism in quantum mechanics, can it output numbers that have no pattern?

How can you know whether a sequence of numbers is random? Suppose, for example, that you buy an alleged random-number generator for use in creating cryptographic keys, and suppose the generator spits out something like:

84, 67, 33, 68, 81, 29, 83, 90, 26, . . .

The numbers look pretty random, but can you be confident that there’s no hidden pattern—perhaps because of a backdoor secretly inserted by the manufacturer or some other privacy interloper?

Certifying randomness is both a philosophical problem and an urgently practical one. Electrical engineer and computer scientist Scott Aaronson of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology discusses this in his two-part series of verifying randomness. Read more: bit.ly/1J55X6u

#QuantumMechanics #Randomness #ComputerScience #Mathematics #Physics #Philosophical #Numbers #Science

Further readings:
• Part 1 of this series in American Scientist magazine: The Quest for Randomness: bit.ly/Prx8z5
• Shtetl-Optimized, Scott Aaronson's blog: http://scottaaronson.com/blog/
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Antique Shopping in the United Arab Emirates


How incredible is this place? Where do they find all this stuff? It was complete overload... so many new things I had never seen before... after looking closely at a few of the curios, I had to step back for a moment and take this photo to capture the scene.

We have some Big Announcements coming this week on http://www.StuckInCustoms.com — so stay tuned for that... some Secret Projects are soon to be revealed! :)
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Here's the southernmost active volcano, Mount Erebus, towering high over Antarctica, with a crazy polar sunbow over the top.  I took this a few months ago from the cockpit of a CL-130.
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Powerful stuff.  Letting go is healing.
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  • Universidad de Granada
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