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Yes! You have to look kind of close.
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Finally I can get sharks with freakin laser beams!
 
Researchers in Scotland figured out how to attach lasers onto cells, yet it's not on the grounds that cells need to put "Laser Floyd" display every so often
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Programmable bacteria!
 
Bacteria Programmed to Develop Basic Computing Elements Like Sensors, Memory and Circuits

"The researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have successfully programmed the friendly bacteria inside our body to detect diseases like colon cancer and immune disorder- and treat them. They have unveiled sensors, circuits, and memory switches to be encoded in bacterium Bacteroides thetaiotaomicron, found in human gut system."

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+Allan Colombo Never said you are close minded. I just think the idea of deism is close minded.
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Comet PanSTARRS and a Crescent Moon
Image Credit & Copyright: Yuri Beletsky (Las Campanas Observatory, Carnegie Institution)
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150720.html

A comet has brightened quickly and unexpectedly. Discovered last year, Comet C/2014 Q1 (PanSTARRS) is expected to be visible now for a few days to the unaided eye, just after sunset, from some locations. The comet rounded the Sun on July 6 and apparently has shed quite a bit of gas and dust. Today it is now as close as it will ever get to the Earth, which is another factor in its recent great apparent brightness and the large angular extent of its tails. In the featured image taken two days ago, Comet PanSTARRS is seen sporting a short white dust tail fading to the right, and a long blue ion tail pointing away from the recently set Sun. A crescent moon dominates the image center. Tomorrow, Comet PannSTARRS will pass only 7 degrees away from a bright Jupiter, with even brighter Venus nearby. Due to its proximity to the Sun, the comet and its tails may best be seen in the sunset din with binoculars or cameras using long-duration exposures.
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Come take a ride in my plane , boat, car!
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So cool! :-D
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DARPA is hosting a Future Technology Forum! 
Some of the most important topics of our time are going to be discussed!

How do you feel about these subjects?
 
"Future Biotech, Future Law" and "New Trajectories in Space" are just two of the breakout panels for discussion at DARPA's "Wait, What? A Future Technology Forum." What else does the future have in store? Check out http://www.darpawaitwhat.com/ for more information on speakers, panels and demonstrations, and register to attend by July 31.
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This would be cool!
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Wow!
 
Rainbows and Rays over Bryce Canyon
Image Credit & Copyright: John Rummel
http://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap150728.html

What's happening over Bryce Canyon? Two different optical effects that were captured in one image taken earlier this month. Both effects needed to have the Sun situated directly behind the photographer. The nearest apparition was the common rainbow, created by sunlight streaming from the setting sun over the head of the photographer, and scattering from raindrops in front of the canyon. If you look closely, even a second rainbow appears above the first. More rare, and perhaps more striking, are the rays of light that emanate out from the horizon above the canyon. These are known as anticrepuscular rays and result from sunlight streaming though breaks in the clouds, around the sky, and converging at the point 180 degrees around from the Sun. Geometrically, this antisolar point must coincide with the exact center of the rainbows. Located in Utah, USA, Bryce Canyon itself contains a picturesque array of ancient sedimentary rock spires known as hoodoos.
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That's pretty cool!
 
Scientists make a transistor from a single molecule
Scientists have built a nano-sized transistor from just one molecule (and a handful of atoms).
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1,000 bricks an hour!
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If you go to the link the longer video there shows the mortar pre pasted onto the bottom of the bricks +AmyBeth Inverness 
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Particle animation!
 
Particle animation created entirely with code and algorithms
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Cool :)
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