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"Talk or sing with your fingers!"

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Please critique my colonizetitan.com plan to bootstrap commercial space colonies.

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Today +Martin Elvis tweeted this PDF about fusion propulsion: http://w3.pppl.gov/ppst/docs/razin2012iac.pdf

The Avalon in Passengers was fusion-powered, and I need something more interesting than a .pdf to go in this share.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Passengers_(2016_film)

https://www.reddit.com/r/Passengers/ 

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$27k before incentives for a plug-in hybrid Prius.

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UK grants first license to make babies using DNA from three people

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Join the resistance

When you see a drunk speeding down the road at night, his car weaving erratically across lanes, the question is not whether something terrible will happen. It's when. Same with President Trump. His increasingly crazy behavior is bound to get us in serious trouble. We have to be ready to do the right thing.

So this Saturday, I'm going to join 30 people at a local meeting of the American Civil Liberties Union, for "resistance training". They're happening all across the country! Find the one nearest you, and go there - Saturday March 11th.

The ACLU will continue to challenge President Trump’s unconstitutional actions in court and with PeoplePower.org, we will take that fight to the streets. We are in the fight of our lives right now, and what we have learned since Donald Trump’s inauguration is that there is a growing army of people out there who want to be asked to do something big and important in response. We intend to activate these people to defend our Constitution, our shared American values and our future.

So says the director of the ACLU, Anthony Romero. This organization has seen a flood of donations and new members. According to the Associated Press:

The nearly century-old American Civil Liberties Union says it is suddenly awash in donations and new members as it does battle with President Donald Trump over the extent of his constitutional authority, with nearly $80 million in online contributions alone pouring in since the election.

That includes a record $24 million surge over two days after Trump banned people from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States. The organization said its membership has more than doubled since the election to a record of nearly 1.2 million, and its Twitter following has tripled.

The antibodies have been activated.

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Join the resistance

When you see a drunk speeding down the road at night, his car weaving erratically across lanes, the question is not whether something terrible will happen. It's when. Same with President Trump. His increasingly crazy behavior is bound to get us in serious trouble. We have to be ready to do the right thing.

So this Saturday, I'm going to join 30 people at a local meeting of the American Civil Liberties Union, for "resistance training". They're happening all across the country! Find the one nearest you, and go there - Saturday March 11th.

The ACLU will continue to challenge President Trump’s unconstitutional actions in court and with PeoplePower.org, we will take that fight to the streets. We are in the fight of our lives right now, and what we have learned since Donald Trump’s inauguration is that there is a growing army of people out there who want to be asked to do something big and important in response. We intend to activate these people to defend our Constitution, our shared American values and our future.

So says the director of the ACLU, Anthony Romero. This organization has seen a flood of donations and new members. According to the Associated Press:

The nearly century-old American Civil Liberties Union says it is suddenly awash in donations and new members as it does battle with President Donald Trump over the extent of his constitutional authority, with nearly $80 million in online contributions alone pouring in since the election.

That includes a record $24 million surge over two days after Trump banned people from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States. The organization said its membership has more than doubled since the election to a record of nearly 1.2 million, and its Twitter following has tripled.

The antibodies have been activated.
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