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Iiiiilgiiiinç - çok beğendim, sağol Larulik :)
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new continuous 3D printer does away with the layers completely, being able to print 25-100 times faster the same objects a normal printer does. A platform draws the object continuously out of a bath of liquid resin like in Terminator 2 :)  ► http://www.vox.com/2015/3/16/8227627/3d-printing-liquid-continuous.

The technology, called Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP) manipulates light and oxygen to fuse objects in liquid media, creating the first 3D printing process that uses tunable photochemistry instead of the layer-by-layer approach that has defined the technology for decades.

It works by projecting beams of light through an oxygen-permeable window into a liquid resin.

Working in tandem, light and oxygen control the solidification of the resin, creating commercially viable objects that can have feature sizes below 20 microns, or less than one-quarter of the width of a piece of paper.

If you want more data, http://www.sciencemag.org/content/early/2015/03/18/science.aaa2397.abstract has the original research. 
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Need to print this methinks...
 
Twenty+ years of wrangling SQL and this is one of the best explanations of JOINs I've seen.  A classic case of a picture is worth a thousand words.
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A little girl donates some coins to a street musician and gets the best surprise in return. Well, that's certainly money well spent.
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“If a TD has a pint or two I don’t think that’s a problem for me and I don’t think it’s a problem for the citizens of the country either.”

Ireland, where best policies are decided over a few pints...

Gotta love the Irish... and not wonder too much why economy is in its current shape :)

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Every week at an NIH drug-testing lab, a robotics system performs millions of experiments faster and with greater precision than any human could. The goal: to find new treatments and cures.

“We have an ongoing study in a form of leukemia, so we took cells directly from the hospital, drove them up here, put them on the robot, tested every drug that has ever been approved for human use, and found one that killed the cancer cells, but not the normal cells. That drug, within a year, went into people. We’ve seen this happen over and over and over again…actually, this robot has never done the same thing twice. Every time it does an experiment it is learning from every experiment it has done before. In the process, it fails 99.9% of the time. We have to have a process that is continually learning.” ~ Chris Austin, Narrator
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Facebook being real charitable...
Mark Zuckerberg's Internet.org project bribes corrupt, non-neutral carriers in poor countries to exempt Facebook and other services of its choosing from their data-caps, giving the world's poorest ...
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"People buy organic because they think it's better for the environment; it's not. It's safer; it's not. It tastes better; it doesn't. It's more nutritious; it isn't."
The majority of Americans believe that organic foods are healthier than food grown using conventional methods. The majority of Americans are wrong. Two systematic reviews, one from Stanford...
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Math/physics in action!
 
Fifteen uncoupled simple pendulums of monotonically increasing lengths dance together to produce visual traveling waves, standing waves, beating, and (seemingly) random motion.

For more details see http://sciencedemonstrations.fas.harv...

The period of one complete cycle of the dance is 60 seconds. The length of the longest pendulum has been adjusted so that it executes 51 oscillations in this 60 second period. The length of each successive shorter pendulum is carefully adjusted so that it executes one additional oscillation in this period. Thus, the 15th pendulum (shortest) undergoes 65 oscillations.
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+Hile Cremers +Anne Lee new technique!!!
 
So this is what my problem is. I've been playing the game completely wrong.
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another 5 years until the mammoths walk again? and 15 years until dog-sized pet-mammoths? I want a pet saber tooth tiger!!!
 
An extinct species of frog has been resurrected by science by transporting eggs into a close relative.  (Does this remind anyone of a Biblical story of a virgin mother of a carpenter?)

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The location is pretty great and the reception area is nice enough, the room is pretty clean but rather small and dark (smaller and darker than other NYC hotels charging the same) and everything seems old and close to falling apart. Some covers on the elevators are tilted/open, some lightbulbs are broken here and there... A/C controls are ancient, wifi costs $15/day, they hold a deposit of $100 PER DAY (which I haven't seen done in ages) even though my trip was fully paid for in advance, and they apparently charge $250 PER DAY for cleaning if you ever smoke in the room (I don't smoke, but I have a real hard time understanding why this charge needs to be per day and why they call it out specifically when checking in) Reception staff was standard, not exceptionally friendly/helpful as stated in some other reviews... Would I stay here again? Unlikely
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Very quick and friendly service, great interior, good prices. I was expecting the food to taste better but I'll give it another shot tomorrow and pick something else from the menu.
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