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There is a saying that good things come to those that wait. In some cases that is true, but in others it is a never ending trial of endless days. Time spent wasted. Moments lost because you thought you could do it some other day because that day would be better than today. So many of us put off bettering ourselves, doing something extraordinary, or just getting up and visiting a friend or family member.

How much time did you lose? How much time did I lose?

We will never get that lost time back. So take a moment. Take a deep breath.

In. Out. In. Out.

Now... go do something out of your ordinary.
Don't regret today because tomorrow is not here yet.

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Which one scares me? Neither? Unless it is dark... then I would be terrified of both options... no midnight courage testing for me... nope...
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 A group of physicists recently built the smallest engine ever created from just a single atom. Like any other engine it converts heat energy into movement – but it does so on a smaller scale than seen before. The atom is trapped in a cone of electromagnetic energy and lasers are used to heat it up and cool it down, which causes the atom to move back and forth in the cone like an engine piston.
The scientists from the University of Mainz in Germany who are behind the invention don’t have a particular use in mind for the engine. But it’s a good illustration of how we are increasingly able to replicate the everyday machines we rely on at a tiny scale. This is opening the way for some exciting possibilities in the future, particularly in the use of nanorobots in medicine, that could be sent into the body to release targeted drugs or even fight diseases such as cancer.
http://theconversation.com/meet-the-nanomachines-that-could-drive-a-medical-revolution-58107
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