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Seems like a great study. I'd be interested to see how this affects doctors' opinions on that 1 to 2 glasses of red wine a week that's allowable. 
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A break through for energy efficient lighting and faster and more efficient electronic communications!
 
Researchers demonstrate the world's first white lasers - More luminous and energy efficient than LEDs, white lasers look to be the future in lighting and light-based wireless communication.
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Wow, that's the most plausible explanation for this that I have ever heard!
 
The older you get, the faster it seems to go by.
Did it seem like this year was shorter than the last? This interactive timeline explains how your brain’s perception of time might be changing more and more as you get older to make it seem like time is passing by faster than it really is.
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Spot on George!
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Too bad my degree didn't include a concentration in polymer engineering! Could go with for Lego!
 
Lego to stop producing petroleum-based plastic bricks http://cnet.co/1NrlBsI
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Notes from a sensory training class I took at my LHBS. We tasted beer with these flavors enhanced in them. Definitely a useful learning experience!


Acetaldehyde: green apple; National Bohemian; Budweiser.

Isoamyl acetate: estery, fruity, bananas; Schneider Weisse, Leffe

Dimethylsulfide: Cooked vegetables, corn, celery, cabbage; rolling rock; perception of crispness (all sulfurs)

Diacetyl: butter, butter popcorn; not slickness (misconception); Newcastle, red hook, shipyard, most British beers.

T-2-N: paper, cardboard, stale; from oxidation; sherry-like, barleywines, old ales;

Infected: diacetyl, sour, all the above; dirty tap lines, contaminated beer.

Spicy phenols, chlorophenol, 4-vinyl guaiacol: spices, cloves, bandaid (in high amounts); over chlorinated water, smoky phenols, yeast strain dependent;

Isovaleric acid: stale cheese, sweat socks, putrid; oxidation of free fatty acids; old poorly stored light struck hops;

Butyric acid: rancid, baby vomit, putrid; anaerobic spore-forming bacteria; poor wort sanitation, dirty heat exchanger, sugar solution spoilage (not boiled long enough).


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This shows that any security scheme can be hacked with enough effort and knowledge. Scary.
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This is promising.
Researchers in the US have developed a new drug that can be delivered directly into the eye via an eye dropper to shrink down and dissolve cataracts - the leading cause of blindness in humans. While the effects have yet to be tested on humans, the...
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Not surprising to read. What's most telling is the low expected correct response...not one category had people scoring 2 of 5 questions or better. Basically the general public knows, on average, less than 40% of the facts about domestic affairs!
 
Heh. Watching +Fox News literally makes you dumber.

They found that someone who watched only Fox News would be expected to answer 1.04 domestic questions correctly compared to 1.22 for those who watched no news at all. Those watching only "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" answered 1.42 questions correctly and people who only listened to NPR or only watched Sunday morning political talk shows answered 1.51 questions correctly.
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Wow this is trippy!
Remember a few weeks back, when we learned that Google’s artificial neural network was having creepy daydreams, turning buildings into acid trips and landscapes into Magic Eye pictures? Well, prepare to never sleep again, because last week, Google made its “inceptionism” algorithm available to the public, and the nightmarish images are cropping up everywhere.
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+What's on Netflix​ you need to stop asking questions with comments disabled. It's getting very annoying. One more, and I'm unfollowing you.
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Brothers and Sisters of U.S. Craft Brewing:
As you may have heard, Stone Brewing Co. is in the process of opening a production brewery and restaurant in Berlin, Germany. During countless conversations in ‪#‎Germany‬ and elsewhere in ‪#‎Europe‬, we’re continuously shocked to discover so many folks over there still think of the American ‪#‎beer‬ scene as nothing but cheap and industrialized. We’re excited we’ll be part of the equation to help Germans and Europeans learn that American Beer has greatly evolved over the last 35 years. The restaurant and gardens we’re building as part of Stone Brewing ‪#‎Berlin‬ will be a great venue to proudly share insight into the depth of quality and range of character that are the hallmarks of American craft brewing. Having been proud members of the U.S. craft brewing business for 19 years, we know that shifting perceptions of the public is a team effort. So, we have a small idea. As part of the décor in our 800-plus seat restaurant, we plan to put up a large section of display shelves featuring American craft brewery glassware as a symbol of the range of brewery names and beer brands available across the U.S. This, among other things, will help visitors know that American brewers are light years beyond the one or two large American brand names so often dismissively mentioned over there. We have a simple proposition. If you would send a glass to us that you think best represents your brewery or brand, we’d be glad to include it in our display. Be it the standard pint glass, specialty stemware or anything else, we’d love to include it. Just send your name and address with a glass and we’ll send you a Stone Berlin glass in return. We can’t guarantee that every glass that’s sent will fit in the display (we’ll likely rotate them every so often), but we can promise to send you a glass in return. If you’re simply a beer fan and you’d like one of your favorite breweries represented, please forward them this request. We would ask, however, that you not take it upon yourself to send us that brewery’s glass, as we’d like to give the owners or management of the breweries the choice to “opt in” to this (or not) at their discretion.
Cheers, Greg Koch, Stone CEO & Co-founder
SEND GLASSWARE TO:
Stone Brewing Co.
ATTN: Berlin Glass Exchange
2120 Harmony Grove Road
Escondido, California 92029
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Seems authentic. Great value and friendly and attentive staff. Definitely would recommend even for a first timer.
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Extremely friendly staff. Spectacular room quality for a surprisingly low price. Mostly everything you would need during a short or long stay.
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Friendly staff, very good espresso, coladas, and cafe con leche. Decent breakfast and empenadas as well. Great for the convenience and price.
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Always reliably good food and service at generally any Applebee's.
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Decent food, bartender in the nonsmoking area was very nice. The nonsmoking side was completely empty, so the atmosphere was relaxing. I had the BBQ ribs platter with broccoli and coleslaw. Nothing was amazing but everything tasted good and the portions were reasonable. I would come again.
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Delicious breakfast! Seemingly authentic cuban breakfast of eggs, hashbrowns, rice, fried sweet plantains, cuban toast and cafe con leche. Pretty much a cuban diner.
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