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Patent offers possible solutions to big problems for wearables.
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+Rich LaDuca haha - hadn't thought of that angle.
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Want perfect eyesight? Its closer than you think...
A new bionic eye lens currently in development would give humans 3x 20/20 vision, at any age. The lens, named the Ocumetics Bionic Lens, was developed by Dr. Garth Webb, an optometrist in British Columbia who was looking for a way to optimize eyesight regardless of a person’s health or age. With this remarkable lens, patients […]
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I'll believe it when I see it. Lots of tall claims, absolutely no verifyable facts. Right now it seems to me he's on a marketing tour to try and find investors. 
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If self driving cars prove to be significantly safer with respect to human lives and injuries, why would you not support a law restricting human driving?

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Two years after unveiling plans for a futuristic, high-speed Hyperloop transportation system, technology entrepreneur Elon Musk announced plans for building a test track in southern California and a competition for prototype pods, documents obtained by Reuters show. As described in Musk's 57-page white paper, the solar-powered Hyperloop would shoot passengers in enclosed capsules through low-pressure steel tubes at up to 800 mph (1,288 kph). Seve...
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+Scott Thompson No science eh?
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If self driving cars prove to be significantly safer with respect to human lives and injuries, why would you not support a law restricting human driving?

http://www.businessinsider.com/google-self-driving-cars-accident-report-2015-6
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+Matt Spaanem I'm guessing you'd feel differently if you lost a family member who was hit by a drunk driver. Maybe not though, I'm just glad your not overseeing our traffic laws.
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Mystery of our 145 'alien' genes: Scientists discover some DNA is NOT from our ancestors - and say it could change how we think about evolution
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Cambridge researchers say we acquired essential 'foreign' genes from microorganisms co-habiting their environment in ancient times.
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It maybe a little short: The way these "alien" genom is taken from tiny lifeforms like viruses and build in after "testing" it in the environment of our bodys. It is the same thing you get imune. The transfer is made by broken cells, so the prozess is even longer than in a lab.
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3D Printers - Here they come. Pretty wild stuff...
A company in the Netherlands is building a bridge across a canal in Amsterdam using 3D-printing robots. It seems that such attention-grabbing headlines appear regularly to declare how 3D-printing is destined to revolutionise manufacturing of all kinds. If the idea that key manufacturing products such ...
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New Study Finds we're at Peak Farmland - which is a GOOD thing

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Matt Ridley on the work of Jesse Ausubel, Iddo Wernick and Paul Waggoner.
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+Marc Razia - Because he's talking about biofuels.
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Before the rise of the religious right in the 1980s, most politicians kept their faith to themselves. In 1945, for example, President Harry Truman wrote: “I’m not very much impressed with men who publicly parade their religious beliefs.” After his election in 1953 President Dwight D. Eisenhower joined a Presbyterian church, but when...
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Agree. Here in the Far East, nobody cares about such a thing. 
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It's been one of modern biology's greatest mysteries: How did the chemical soup that existed on the early Earth lead to the complex molecules needed to create living, breathing organisms? For instance, how did the chemistry of simple carbon-based molecules lead to the information storage of ribonucleic acid, or RNA? The RNA molecule must store information to code for proteins.
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I'm a tech junkie,plain and simple. I love the fact that huge corporations like Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Facebook are war with each other.and we consumers ultimately have the final say on who wins. Particularly intriguing to me is assessing the meaning and potential implications of the changes in all this technology...which now seems to happen on almost a daily basis. 

As much as I'd like to post on a regular basis, I just don't have the time. But if I find an idea intriguing enough or something that just needs to be said, I'll write about it.

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