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I seriously laughed my ass off at this. 
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xDDD. Hay que entrenar la manita de cerdo para evitar esos problemas en el
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#ESA   #Rosetta   #cometlanding   #comet  

Live now! Watch as ESA's Rosetta mission attempts a historic comet landing. 
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Standing Wave or Stationary Wave

When a progressive wave - the red wave -  that travels along a string hits a fixed end, it reflects and reverses its motion - shown by the blue wave

As a result, a situation arises with two waves of the same amplitude travelling in the opposite direction along the string. 

The displacements of each wave are combined in line with the principle of superposition, depending on the phase of each wave.

When the two waves are fully combined, we see a single wave that does not travel along the string; instead, we see a set of alternating loops along the string. At this stage, we say that a standing or stationary wave is formed in the string.

As the animation clearly shows, at certain points of the string, the amplitude of the standing wave remains zero; they are called nodes. On the other hand, there are points with maximum amplitude, which are known as anti-nodes.

In short, a standing wave consists of nodes and anti-nodes at regular intervals. 

Standing waves are produces when the strings of a guitar are struck or plucked. Moreover, when the air columns of organ pipes are forced to vibrate, standing waves are produced inside them.

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El proyecto lo es todo, el proyecto es el fin supremo...
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A Worm's Mind In A Lego Body

"Take the connectome of a worm and transplant it as software in a Lego Mindstorms EV3 robot - what happens next?

The nematode worm Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans) is tiny and only has 302 neurons. These have been completely mapped and the OpenWorm project is working to build a complete simulation of the worm in software. One of the founders of the OpenWorm project, Timothy Busbice, has taken the connectome and implemented an object oriented neuron program."
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That was an incredible counterintuitive result to nobody but economists.
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Estudiante de Ingeniería Aeronáutica en la UPM
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    Becario, 2011 - 2013
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    Técnico de Logística, 2010 - 2010
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