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Why is #innovation  not more real? Think of the next #horizon and sit on the shoulders of giants! 

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Why GMO's will save us in the future! #monsanto #GMO  

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Kingdoms of Amalur had its flaws, but I'm about to give you three good reasons why you should give Amalur a second chance!  #fantasy #Salvatore #Mcfarlane #Schilling

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Recently I've seen a lot of debate floating around covering evolution and creationism. Well here's my take.
#evolution   #science   #creationism   #billnyethescienceguy   #kenham  
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We are getting to the hottest time of the year for shaping our bodies and setting new fitness goals. It’s hard for anyone to get back into the groove of something they have been absent from for many months. Your strength and endurance has been impacted even after that first month of static activity. Even worse, you may be doing the same 2 mile run every day thinking you’re doing your body justice, when in reality you’re just giving yourself an excuse to eat an extra 200 calories of cheese cake per day. Don’t get me wrong, cardio is very important but just cardio, especially the same daily cardio, isn’t going to allow you to capture measureable results. So the most important part of a workout is measuring progress. How do you measure progress? Let’s discuss Target Range and % Targeting.
Read more at http://www.edenschambers.com/resistance-is-futile-capture-your-fitness-gains/#zVxLi8LY5vcso1u3.99

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In light of the new terminator movie coming out what do you think about bionic integration? Will we need them for everyday tasks? Will we walk around like Major Motoko Kusanagi using our advanced tech to hunt down perpetrators or will it be more like Ironman wearing our technology like space age knights? Technology is a scary thing, always advancing, always learning new tricks, it is given more responsibilities aka tasks to perform each year. We place a heavy demand on our technology and for good reason, we want to better ourselves. How is technology going to impact us over the next hundred years?
Read more at http://www.edenschambers.com/post-human-evolution/#ihYgzc7hsgoUZ5s7.99

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What does New York University’s Langone Medical Center, Ridley Scott’s Prometheus, and Superman: The Man of Steel have in common? Synthetic biology! What is synthetic biology, it’s simply man made biology. Ridley Scott’s Prometheus implies an open theory to life’s creation on Earth using genetic engineering, Superman has an entire civilization in his genome due to genetic engineering, and NYU is shuffling genes like a deck of cards using genetic engineering! What can we learn from Prometheus’ question, Superman’s genealogy, and NYU’s gene deck shuffling?
Read more at http://www.edenschambers.com/synthetic-wonder-a-new-biology/#JKtwMZYMBsrQ1SbX.99

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Craig Venter will probably be remembered as the father of synthetic biology, but what will be his greatest creation? In the last decade we have seen the price of genome sequencing go from $100 million/ genome to about $1000/genome. This is remarkable and will accelerate the development of biological blueprinting for the future. While this is all fascinating and mind blowing, we are about to see a real game changer in the biologics department. As always in synthetic biology J. Craig Venter has developed a novel device that has the ability to convert biological codes into a computer language that can be emailed, perhaps even in the future text messaged, directly to your hardware. This Digital Bio Converter (DBC) , which has two parts the ascending unit which reads the code and the bio “teleporter” which reads the code, will speed up scientific discovery, space travel, and disease prevention.
Read more at http://www.edenschambers.com/digital-biological-converter/#ZUU0CtesdkAvsydU.99

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Bonnie Bassler had one of the most interesting presentation on TED talks I’ve ever watched. She discusses how bacteria actually have a chemical language that allows them to communicate and collaborate. What does this mean for us? Well this could affect how we do medicine in a very real way.
Read more at http://www.edenschambers.com/anti-quorum-sensing-the-new-antibiotic/#gPE5FA9FUsbVKoxB.99
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