Indistinguishable from Magic 6/4

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ThisIsWhyImBroke.com

Healthy Fried Food Cooker

Get your deep fried food fix without sacrificing your body’s long term vitality by using this healthy fried food cooker. This revolutionary cooking machine rapidly circulates hot air to create deep-fried-like-food with eighty percent less fat. Check it out $234.99

 

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ThisIsWhyImBroke.com

Sticker Toilet Plunger

Unclogging your toilet is easier than ever thanks to this sticker toilet plunger. Instead of having to insert a plunger into poop-ridden water, simply place the sticker over the toilet and flush to create an air bubble, – then push down on the bubble to unclog the toilet. Check it out $19.50

 

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ThisIsWhyImBroke.com

Blue Lagoon Iceland Hotel

Get ready to scratch off another item from your bucket list when you book your stay at the Blue Lagoon Hotel in Iceland. This stunning hotel provides lavish accommodations in addition to a series of man-made pools filled with geothermal mineral water. Check it out $2,714.37

 

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ThisIsWhyImBroke.com

Recycled Firefighter Gear Bags

Show your support for the brave men and women that risk their lives everyday by purchasing one of these recycled firefighter bags. Available in either a diaper bag, laptop bag, or backpack design, each bag is made entirely from authentic firefighting uniforms. Check it out $129.99

 

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ThisIsWhyImBroke.com

The Interactive Holographic Cube

The Merge Cube is the world’s first interactive and holographic toy that you can actually hold in the palm of your hand. This iPhone and Android compatible device allows you to use your smartphone to experience augmented reality like never before. Check it out

 

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EDC is Everyday Carry

Updated Titanium and Damascus Steel EDC

submitted by Jonathan HanLeatherman TreadGood Worth & Co Lighter CaseZippoKershaw ShallotFisher Space PenBöker Plus Tactical Pen Cal .45 kinekt gear ringTrayvax KeytonHANDGREY Premium Grade 5 Titanium Key Carabiner – H1Good Worth & Co. Key Fob & KeysAoku LanyardApple iPhone 6 Plusporter…

 

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Man of Many

Hotel AWA is Worth the Trip to Chile in Itself

Chile has always been on my bucket list and for a good reason. The country boasts numerous outdoor activities, vibrant cities and diverse landscapes. One of the most beautiful areas to visit in Chile is the Lake District. Arguably the most visually beautiful area of the country, where volcanoes meet…

 

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Gear Patrol

Mailbag: What Are the Best Father’s Day Gifts?

This time, you write the gift guide. Read More »

 

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Techbargains.com

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120 All-in-1 CPU Liquid Cooler $40

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120 All-in-1 CPU Liquid Cooler $40

 

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The Gadget Flow

Savage Leather MacBook Portfolio

Keep everything you need in its place with the Savage Leather MacBook Portfolio. Featuring luxurious leather, this folio offers a space for literally everything you need to carry. The main attraction is the large compartment for your MacBook. The Portfolio fits devices measuring up to 13 inches. In addition,…

 

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The Gadget Flow

OTOTO Eggondola Egg Poacher

Enjoy the perfect eggs each and every morning with the OTOTO Eggondola Egg Poacher. The perfect size for a single egg, this cute yet practical kitchen device comes in the shape of an adorable boat. It’s the best way to break your fast. Coming in all blue, you simply crack an egg into the Eggondola to…

 

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The Gadget Flow

Osaka Glass Cold Brew Coffee Maker

Enjoy the benefits of the best coffee around with the Osaka Glass Cold Brew Coffee Maker. This system makes it easy to brew this delicious blend right in your own home. Simply add your grounds, pour in the water, and let it brew. When you put it in your fridge, it takes 12 to 24 hours to complete. In…

 

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The Gadget Flow

GrillFloss BBQ Grill Cleaning Tool

Give your equipment a spruce up with the GrillFloss BBQ Grill Cleaning Tool. This excellent tool helps you clean every nook and cranny of your favorite cooking method. The GrillFloss Tool has an entirely stainless steel construction. At the tip of this tool is a small groove. This piece slides around…

 

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The Gadget Flow

Hard Graft Ribs Sweatpants

Keep your look as fresh as can be with the Hard Graft Ribs Sweatpants. As part of the Ribs range, these super soft sweatpants feature a unique stitching to make them stand out. The Ribs Sweatpants use 100% cotton to achieve the comfortable and relaxed fit. In addition, the Ribs Sweatpants feature stunning…

 

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The Gadget Flow

Astovox Modular HiFi System

Treat your ears to something (extremely) nice with the Astovox Modular HiFi System by Love Hultén. Offering a retro design, this sound system is complete with a modern twist. The Astovox features stunning mahogany to encase each speaker as well as the stand. In addition, the front panels come in your…

 

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The Gadget Flow

Vollebak Baker Miller Pink Relaxation Hoodie

Introducing the Vollebak Baker Miller Pink Relaxation Hoodie. Using the distinct shade of pink called Baker Miller Pink, this garment offers instant psychological benefits. After a series of experiments in the 1980s, psychologists discovered that this color can calm your mind and even tranquilize your…

 

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The Gadget Flow

Forsta2.0 LTD Perforated Leather Wallet

Spice up your everyday carry with the Forsta2.0 LTD Perforated Leather Wallet from Alstad Goods. This sleek wallet is designed to fit US currency as well as everything else you need. The Perforated Wallet has two deep pockets to stash items you always want on hand. In addition, two pockets keep your…

 

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The Gadget Flow

Scout All-Leather Backpack

Streamline the way you carry your gear with the Scout All-Leather Backpack by Whipping Post. This superior bag gives you more storage than traditional bags. The main interior compartment is accessible from the fold-over flap and drawstring design. There’s enough room for everything you need to carry…

 

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The Awesomer

The First Mobile Phone

LinkIt weighed 2.5lb, took 10h to charge and lasted only 30min. a time, but the first cellular phone was a hit, and paved the way for a technological arms race that continues to this day. ColdFusion sums up the origin of cellphones and the man behind our favorite gadget. More Awesome Stuff: DIY Transparent…

 

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Coolest Gadgets

NuAns NEO is a customizable Android 7.1 Nougat smartphone

While many of the newer smartphones which are released these days happen to arrive with Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the box, or even the newer iterations in the form of Android 7.1 Nougat, most of these happen to hail from reputable manufacturers, what about an Indiegogo project that might just blow…

 

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The Awesomer

Sole Shoe Boxes

Price: $625-$750  | BuyA great fit for sneaker addicts. These chests are shaped and painted to look exactly like shoe boxes from Air Jordan, adidas, Supreme, and more. They come in two sizes: the small one holds up to 8 pairs of shoes, while the large one holds up to 16 pairs of shoes. …

 

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Coolest Gadgets

Ahead ensures your helmet gains some smarts

Getting around on a bicycle is great — not only do you get to enjoy a whole lot of exercise along the way, you will also help reduce the amount of carbon footprint left behind in the world. Wearing a helmet can be said to be compulsory in developed countries when you cycle on the road, so why not transform…

 

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Cool Material

The Sunday Hangover

It’s been a rough couple of nights. Get a greasy sandwich and give your brain a rest. It’s time to kick back with some of our favorite videos and visuals from the past week.

 

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Shut Up And Take My Money

LED Lighting EDC Hand Finger $2.17

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EDC is Everyday Carry

Orange stuff

submitted by Nicholas JonesBöker Plus XSGerber 31-001788 Bear Grylls Survival LanyardOneTigris Tactical ID Card HolderBear Grylls Paracord braceletKlean Kanteen 800ml

 

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DudeIWantThat.com

Fastlane Swimming Pool Current Machine

Make your own current events this summer with the Fastlane* by Endless Pools*. The Fastlane is an adjustable current simulator you can install in any backyard swimming pool. Use it to enhance water fitness or therapy sessions, or to add an extra layer of fun to pool games and afternoon floats. Flip…

 

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Techbargains.com

Google Chromecast Ultra $59.99

Google Chromecast Ultra $59.99

 

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Techbargains.com

Ring Video Doorbell Pro $199

Ring Video Doorbell Pro $199

 

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Techbargains.com

Onlyfire 18-1/2″ Charcoal Kettle Rotisserie Ring Kit $51.99

Onlyfire 18-1/2″ Charcoal Kettle Rotisserie Ring Kit $51.99

 

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Techbargains.com

Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Assorted Food Storage Container (40-Piece) $10

Rubbermaid TakeAlongs Assorted Food Storage Container (40-Piece) $10

 

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The Green Head – Finds Cool New Stuff!

DIY – Cutlery / Wrench Set

This handy flatware set includes a 18/10 stainless steel knife, fork, tablespoon, and teaspoon that have a convenient wrench on the end.Click Here For Complete Details

 

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The Green Head – Finds Cool New Stuff!

Bean Bag Bucketz Toss Game

The goal is simple, the first team to score 21 points tossing beanbags into the seven buckets (1 to 4 points each) on the tower wins.Click Here For Complete Details

 

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Techbargains.com

Samsung SmartThings Outlet (Works with Amazon Alexa) $35.99

Samsung SmartThings Outlet (Works with Amazon Alexa) $35.99

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

A Coming Economic Problem

I hadn’t thought it through myself until I heard mention of a court case on it’s way to consideration in the Supreme Court today, but there is a very real imminent problem that isn’t being addressed in the news, or by any leading politicians right now. That is the problem of State tax revenues, in the…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

What would happen if you dropped a modern HE artillery shell?

SCENARIO: A transport plane is transporting some artillery shells. Suddenly, one of the crewmembers is a terrorist, so when the plane is flying over a city, he takes the shells out of their boxes and drops them one by one onto the city, facing downwards. The plane is flying at 5 kilometers above the…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Cataract surgery and dry eye

My mother, 84, has cataracts. She’s been told that the surgery is more complicated because she has dry eye, and that there is a chance the surgery will not be successful. There is some confusion over whether “not successful” means “you won’t notice any improvement” or “your vision might get worse.” I’ll…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Increase in bots following Trump on Twitter: new disinformation campaign coming?

There was a flurry of attention to claims, a few days back, that Trump had gained over 5 million new Twitter followers in three days, and that most of them were bots: Quote: Donald Trump’s Twitter followers are growing. And by ‘growing’, we mean he is gaining hundreds of new…

 

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Big Think

Are Humans Getting Smarter or Less Intelligent?

We may pay a price for abstract thinking.   Read More

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Boiled Meats

When you only have a hammer, everything looks like a nail… The only “cooking” I’m capable of doing is boiling stuff in the microwave. So… What would happen if I boiled a t-bone steak, or a hamburger patty? I know you can crumble up hamburger and boil it along with pasta — Hamburger Helper!…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

The time between “showtime” and when the movie actually starts

Is it getting longer? Tonight we went to see a 4:50 showing of Wonder Woman. The actual movie began at 5:18. 28 minutes after the advertised showtime seems longer to me. I must admit to not really keeping track in the past, but I don’t think it was much over 15 minutes in years gone by. But…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

How is it that Greece has Russian S-300 missiles?

See query. There was a very large international AF exercise there in March, as well as one with Israel, separately, and it was (presumably) a major Red Team asset. I don’t know how well Allied defenses have progressed against it, specifically, or how deeply Iran–for a big instance–relies on it as…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

What happens to Hydrogen

I know plants take hydrogen from water. What happens to the hydrogen when the sugar or fat it was turned into either burns or breaks down and decays? Does it go back into water somehow?

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Blood pressure monitor question

You’re not my doctor, etc. in the space of an hour I get very different results from different blood pressure monitors. At Walmart and my doctor’s office I get good (low) results. At home it’s always higher. I try to follow the instructions for the 2 different models. I wish there was a way to check/calibrate…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Fixing Dead/Bad Soil

Hoping for a little help from the gardeners here. I live in central Ohio, zone 5. I have a section of my flower bed along the east side of my home that the soil seems completely dead. The soil quality feels very sandy, you can easily dig with your fingers. The area is about 3-4 feet long by about…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Are snakes fatally injured if you step on them?

I remember being told in boy scout camp, 22 years ago, that if you step on a snake, it dooms the snake to death, but it still gets a chance to bite you and poison you with it’s venom. This was at a camp in Texas, where poisonous snakes were common, and I remember encountering several. After being…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Canada’s best strategy re Global Warming

CO2 emissions by country (2015 numbers) show that China and the U.S. contribute 43.85% of the world’s total. Canada contributes 1.54%Here is a report card on Countries policies to reduce CO2, both the U.S. and Canada get “Inadequate” scores, while China gets “Medium”. Policies and plans are one thing,…

 

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Lifehacker

Make Quick, Delicious Coffee With Your Blender Bottle

Photos by Sam Bithoney.Welcome back to Sunday Sustenance, the weekly column highlighting lazy cooking for lazy days. Last week we explored the simplicity of souvlaki and sides. This week, I’m going to dial the effort down a bit for you. If you’re anything like me, Sunday is the only day of the week you…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

Terraforming Another Planet – Possible? When?

Let us say that ALL the world’s leaders and scientists agree that the Earth will be doomed in X years due to (insert outlandish scientific reason probably involving our Sun). And based on that we make the following assumptions: 1. It is agreed that Mars or another celestial body (Titan, etc) offers…

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

How do we fight against Saudi money exporting their strain of Islam?

I do not want to get into a wider argument about the nature of Islam, but I think most people who have looked into things would agree that the particular strain of wahhabi Islam practiced and propped up and exported by Saudi Arabia… is absolute poison everywhere it travels.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/wires/afp…audi-cash.html

 

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Straight Dope Message Board

iOS games similar to Blockwick, that don’t cost $10!

About a year ago, the Starbucks app offered a free download of Blockwick 2. I’ve played it quite a lot. I was going to buy the original Blockwick, but it is $9.99 which seems a bit spendy. Anyone know other puzzle games that are similar that are less expensive, around the $2.99 price range. My requirements…

 

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Dezeen

Bentu Design makes terrazzo furniture using recycled ceramic waste

Chinese studio Bentu Design collected leftover tiles and crushed them to create its Ceramics Made collection of speckled terrazzo-style furniture and lighting. Read more

 

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designboom | architecture & design magazine

atelier tho.A drapes gamma’s office space with translucent ‘fabric walls’

with this translucency, defined and undefined perimeters simultaneously make the architecture border-less and mysterious. The post atelier tho.A drapes gamma’s office space with translucent ‘fabric walls’ appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

 

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Dezeen

Jasper Morrison expands wood and steel furniture collection for Maruni

Subtle shapes of letters peek out from British designer Jasper Morrison’s newly expanded T&O furniture collection for Japanese brand Maruni. Read more

 

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designboom | architecture & design magazine

civic architects unveils plans for spacious mixed-use ‘LocHal’ in the netherlands

the spatial design of civic architects’ glass-cladded mixed-use ‘LocHal’ emphasizes the concept of a landmark communal structure. The post civic architects unveils plans for spacious mixed-use ‘LocHal’ in the netherlands appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.

 

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ArchDaily

The Textural, Geometric Surfaces of AL_A’s MAAT in Lisbon

© Joel Filipe After a study of Madrid’s exuberantly geometric architecture, Digital Designer and Creative Director Joel Filipe continues his formal exploration in a series of photos of the MAAT by AL_A that celebrates the delicate impression of its undulating white tile facade against the…

 

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ArchDaily

Parallax Gap – American Architecture Celebrated on Smithsonian Gallery Ceilings

Courtesy of Kevin Kunstadt Art is not confined to gallery walls. The concept of art displayed on ceilings stretches back to the Renaissance, perhaps most notably the Sistine Chapel ceiling by Michelangelo. The Renaissance tradition of Trompel’oeil ceilings went further, using an illusionary…

 

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ArchDaily

Made With Love, Literally: 3D Printing Your Emotions Into Gold

Brazil-based architects Estudio Guto Requena has launched an app that collects emotions to create a unique piece of jewelry. That, and some 3D-printed craftsmanship direct from the design you generate via their new app. Coined the Aura Pendant, the final product is an intricately…

 

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CNET News.com

eBay mocks Amazon for being boring – CNET

Commentary: A new ad campaign from the online shopping site insists that beige boxes are dull while eBay is, um, exciting.

 

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Mashable

MIT unveils wearable guides for the visually impaired

It’s frustrating to see so many wearable innovations without more devoted to providing solutions for the disabled, which is why MIT’s new prototype for the visually impaired is more than just a little exciting.  A team of researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory…

 

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Mashable

100 people singing different notes at once is truly the stuff of nightmares

Choirs are usually pleasant to listen to, right? But not this choir. This choir is the stuff of nightmares. The latest video from WatchCut features 100 people — filmed separately — singing one note of their choice for as long as they can. The sounds are all then smashed together into one terrifyingly…

 

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Digital Trends

Protect your BlackBerry KeyOne with one of these cases

Update: Added new cases from Incipio and BlackBerry. The BlackBerry KeyOne may be an Android smartphone manufactured by TCL, but it also sports a traditional QWERTY keyboard, which has been generating excitement among those who continue to long for that tactile sensation afforded by a physical keyboard….

 

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Digital Trends

Want to get rid of irrelevant Mac apps? Here’s how to delete them for good

Sometimes we can use computers for days, weeks, or even years before we need to do something — and realize we have no clue how to do it. You may know this feeling, for example, if you’ve recently discovered there are some programs on your Mac that you want to delete. While MacOS has many benefits, it…

 

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VentureBeat

You can now get Wi-Fi connectivity on Mount Everest

There may be no escape from the internet. If you can get Wi-Fi on Mount Everest, then you can probably get it anywhere on Earth. And yes, now you can get Wi-Fi in the mountains of Nepal, including on Everest. But the story of how a company got the internet to Everest is just as interesting. In this…

 

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VentureBeat

Tech and the renaissance of manufacturing in America

GUEST: From campaign slogans to executive orders, manufacturing has quickly become one of the most politicized topics of our era. While this may help politicians get elected, it will not ignite a manufacturing renaissance in America. What will is technology. We are lucky to live in the country that…

 

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VentureBeat

Futurist David Brin: Get ready for the ‘first robotic empathy crisis’

Science fiction author and astrophysicist David Brin believes humans have a range of options to consider when it comes to preventing artificial intelligence from ruling over people like monarchs and foreign invaders. Asimov’s Three Law of Robotics and regulation are key, but so is being wary of manipulation….

 

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Digital Trends

Hop on the Sea Sider with your lunch and your surfboard and head to the sea

Here’s the simplest take on the Sea Sider: It’s a lightweight motorbike with select bicycle parts and custom-built front basket and surfboard rack. The bike’s purpose is clear, carry one or two people and a surfboard to and from the water. Once you mention its origin, custom bike shop Deus Ex Machina,…

 

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Digital Trends

Cosmo Connected Review

Almost every car or truck driver who ever collided with a motorcycle typically retorts with, “I just didn’t see them.” Although this response irritates those on two-wheels, there’s no question motorcyclists (and bicyclists, for that matter) are harder to see than cars simply because they’re smaller….

 

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Digital Trends

These apps make booking a pro photographer as easy as hailing an Uber

From transportation and lodging to food delivery and beauty services, the sharing economy is disrupting how traditional industries operate. Led by startups that are built around technology, like mobile apps, the goal of such companies is to take an existing service and make it more available and more…

 

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Gizmodo

FCC Considering Nightmare Rules That Allow Telemarketers to Go Straight to Voicemail

It’s a legal gray area that some companies are already taking advantage of, but the FCC is currently deciding if it wants to make it officially acceptable. Telemarketers and robocall services hope to take advantage of a loophole that would allow them to skip the call and just flood your voicemail inbox…

 

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Gizmodo

Queen Cersei Must Be Jealous She Doesn’t Have This Custom Lego Game of Thrones Throne Room

What is this, an Iron Throne for ants?Read more…

 

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Mashable

Dog stuck inside tree is the living definition of ‘oops’

If you’ve ever wondered what the word “oops” would be if it were a dog (you have, right?), look no further.  Meet Rocco. On Friday, he got stuck inside a tree at a Kentucky cemetery. SEE ALSO: This very good doggo is also a sophisticated art critic Rocco reportedly lodged himself in the tree after…

 

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The Next Web

The Importance Of Stand-Up Desks In Start-Ups

A new revolution is slowly brewing in organizations in office working, regarding the health and fitness of their employees. Just imagine what havoc can sitting for eight to 10 hours at a stretch behind a computer can wreak on your health. This negative anomaly is now being set right. Today, sitting on…

 

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Gizmodo

Gaze in Awe at Logan’s Beautifully Gruesome Visual Effects

Rising Sun Pictures, the visual effects team behind Logan, has released a behind-the-scenes look at their work on the critically and commercial successful X-Men film. According to the video description, Rising Sun Pictures (which previously worked on The Wolverine) contributed about 230 shots to the…

 

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Digital Trends

Optoma NuForce BE6i review

All too often, the convenience of Bluetooth-powered headphones usually means trading sound quality for comfort and convenience – to be honest, it’s a trade most of us are willing to make. With Optoma’s NuForce BE6i wireless earbuds, though, music sounds surprisingly good. Despite a few minor design…

 

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Engadget

Valve promises a low fee for direct-to-Steam game publishing

When Valve unveiled its plans to simplify game publishing through Steam Direct, it struggled to settle on a fee. Did it want to go low and make publishing more accessible, or go high to prevent abusers from putting out a never-ending stream of garba…

 

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Engadget Full RSS Feed

Hangouts calls on iPhones now appear as regular voice calls

It took a while, but Google Hangouts has finally followed in Facebook Messenger’s footsteps and started taking advantage of iOS 10’s Callkit. That means calls you receive on Hangouts will appear as regular voice calls on your iPhones’ lock screen — but only if you want them to. Callkit gives VoIP services…

 

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CNET News.com

Facebook Safety Check activated after London Bridge attack – CNET

The tool lets people notify friends and family that they’re OK.

 

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VentureBeat

An easy fix for the airline overbooking problem

GUEST: Airlines have come under severe criticism recently for how they handle overbooked flights. And several high-profile PR disasters have caused many airlines to re-evaluate their approach for ejecting booked passengers. Involuntary passenger bumping is actually a data problem that can be solved…

 

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Slashdot

NASA Will Create Fake Red And Green Clouds Near Virginia

“We have scrubbed today, June 4, due to clouds,” NASA tweeted hours before sunrise on Sunday. But they’re still waiting for the right weather to launch a very unique experiment. An anonymous reader quotes CNET: The early morning hours on the U.S. East Coast might be unusually colorful as NASA plans…

 

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VentureBeat

The way forward with Facebook Messenger bots

GUEST: From the moment Mark Zuckerberg got on stage at F8 in 2016 and announced the Messenger chatbot ecosystem, innovative brands, agencies, and developers jumped to start testing the waters with chatbots. With the dazzling prospect of massive user numbers on messaging applications, the accessibility…

 

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Slashdot

ESR Shares A Forgotten ‘Roots Of Open Source’ Moment From 1984

Eric S. Raymond recently documented one of the first public calls for free software, which happened immediately after AT&T’s fateful decision commercialize Unix: [I]n October 1984 I was in a crowd of people watching a presentation by a woman from Bell Labs describing the then-new getopt(3) library,…

 

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Fast Company

Dear Art School Grads, Do What You Love—But Never For Free

Starving artists work for free; thriving artists—like professionals generally—know what they’re worth. Congrats on earning that diploma! Now you’re ready to hit the job market—or possibly break the news to your parents that you don’t intend to, because what you really want to do is become a full-time…

 

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TechRadar: All latest feeds

New leaks reveal Apple’s plans for AR specs, iPhone 8, Siri speaker and more

Apple CEO Tim Cook is likely to be less than impressed but an anonymous Foxconn employee has taken to Reddit to reveal some of Apple’s hardware plans ahead of the company’s big WWDC developer event which starts on Monday. The poster’s identity has apparently been verified by Reddit mods.Among the tips…

 

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Digital Trends

SpaceX triumphs with its first-ever launch of a recycled cargo ship

After a couple of days’ delay because of poor weather, it was all systems go for SpaceX at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center on Saturday. Its latest mission — this one sending supplies and equipment to the International Space Station (ISS) — got underway at 5.07 p.m. ET when the Falcon 9 engines fired…

 

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Latest Content – Popular Mechanics

It Took Four Years to Make This $13 Million Rolls-Royce

If you happen to own a McLaren F1 GTR, a Ferrari F12tdf and numerous other cars, planes and yachts, you might as well commission Rolls-Royce to go more bespoke than ever before.

 

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Gizmodo

Save Big On Adidas Shirts, Running Shorts, and More, Courtesy of Amazon

Now that the weather’s nice enough to exercise outdoors (or at least tell yourself that you will), Amazon’s running a pretty solid sale on Adidas apparel, like t-shirts, running shorts, and leggings. It’s a good time to stock up on basics to throw on for the gym, or running errands.Read more…

 

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SlashGear

Apple’s roadmap allegedly leaked: iPhone 8, Glasses, 2018 MacBook, more

Apple‘s WWDC 2017 event is only a few days away now, meaning we’ll soon have a decent idea of the company’s plans for the rest of the year. But what about beyond that? What’s Apple planning or working on that we won’t find out about until 2018 or later? Well, an in-depth thread on the Apple subreddit…

 

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Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

Extensive collection of Carl Sagan’s papers up for sale

Carl Sagan is best known as a science popularizer, but he was also a renowned pioneer in the early US space program, a planetary scientist, astrobiologist, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and social activist. Now a major archive of his work preserved by his assistant Shirley Arden is going on…

 

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CNET News.com

High tech on the high seas: Carnival Cruise’s smart makeover – CNET

CNET boards the Regal Princess, essentially a massive floating hive mind with thousands of sensors designed to satisfy your every whim — or at least try.

 

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SlashGear

Essential hit with trademark dispute from Spigen

In the world of consumer electronics these days, it seems like every week there’s news about one company suing another over accusations of copying or theft. Essential, the new smartphone company from Andy Rubin, is now being gracefully welcomed into that world. Accessories maker Spigen has already accused…

 

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The Next Web

3 powerful ways to hack your life, find focus, and get more done

As the CMO of a tech startup and a speaker who spends a lot of hours on the road, I know a thing or two about managing time. In fact, productivity and specific habits have been a lifesaver in a world where no two days are ever the same. That’s where processes come in. Simple ways to train my brain to…

 

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Mashable

A big, beautiful collection of Sean Spicer’s most WTF moments

Throughout President Trump’s brief time in office, an MVP has stood out in the administration like a head emerging from some neatly trimmed bushes: Sean Michael Spicer. In just a few months, Trump’s White House Press Secretary has distinguished himself as America’s very own court jester, distracting…

 

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WIRED

Cosmic Discoveries Fuel a Fight Over the Universe’s Beginnings

A series of observations at the very edge of the universe has reignited a debate over what lifted the primordial cosmic fog. The post Cosmic Discoveries Fuel a Fight Over the Universe’s Beginnings appeared first on WIRED.

 

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Ars Technica

VPC’s MongoosT-50 joystick: A rare Russian-style controller for skies or space

Enlarge / The MongoosT-50 stick in a Warthog base, left, compared to a standard Thrustmaster Warthog stick at right. (credit: Lee Hutchinson) I had an epiphany when Ars Senior Technology Editor Lee Hutchinson asked me to review the VPC MongoosT-50 flight stick grip, which he had sitting on his desk…

 

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Engadget Full RSS Feed

Ben Heck’s Super Glue Gun: Programming and electronics

Armed with some early insight from his Great Glue Gun project, Ben goes heads down on redesigning a 3D-printed mount for the motor using Autodesk Fusion 360. Still, it makes sense to check these things before committing to a 3D print, so Ben laser-cuts a paper pattern first to see if fits. It’s not…

 

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The Verge – All Posts

X Prize assembled a supergroup of sci-fi authors to develop its next competitions

The X Prize Foundation has launched a number of competitions over the years that includes everything from addressing water quality and women’s safety to exploring the depths of the ocean, to sending rovers to the moon. Now, it’s assembled a supergroup of some of the world’s best-known science fiction…

 

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Mashable

Look at how these journalists have aged since they started covering Trump

It’s only been four months since Trump officially took office, but for the journalists forced to cover him for the past two years, it has been centuries. Take a look at how some of America’s most telegenic pundits and personalities have aged since the election. The president’s war on the media has been…

 

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Mashable

J.K Rowling on the London attacks: ‘Don’t confuse grief with lack of courage’

J.K. Rowling had some choice words to share with her followers in the wake of Saturday’s cowardly terrorist attack on London citizens. She was tweeting in response to a New York Times post that characterized the United Kingdom as “reeling” in the wake of its second terror attack in two weeks. Saturday’s…

 

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Latest Content – Popular Mechanics

We Just Found the Ultimate DIY Backyard Fire Pit

This one-of-a-kind set-up features a fire pit, swings, and a built-in bar.

 

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WIRED

Inside the Factory Building the World’s Smallest, Cheapest Private Jet

See how the five-passenger Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet comes together. The post Inside the Factory Building the World’s Smallest, Cheapest Private Jet appeared first on WIRED.

 

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Gizmodo

Sunday’s Best Deals: Adidas Apparel, SONOS, Yi Action Cam, and More

The best price on your favorite action cam, two discounts from SONOS, an Adidas apparel sale on Amazon, and more lead today’s best deals.Read more…

 

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Motherboard RSS Feed

Scientists Made a Huge Library of Atari Gameplay to Give AI a Power Up

Artificial intelligence is slowly proving that that video games aren’t a total waste of time, at least for machines: It’s through learning to play games that AI algorithms can acquire all sorts of generalizable skills, like problem-solving. Now, computer scientists from RWTH Aachen University in Germany…

 

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Geek.com

Forget Stimulants: Doppel Wearable Alters Your Mood With a Few Taps

We all have a bit of anxiety bubbling up inside. But we don’t all have time to meditate, exercise, or sometimes even just remember to breathe. So, a London startup created a new […] The post Forget Stimulants: Doppel Wearable Alters Your Mood With a Few Taps appeared first on Geek.com.

 

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The Verge – All Posts

After acquisition, Pinboard will shutter social bookmarking site Delicious

After changing hands five times since it was founded in 2003, social bookmarking site Delicious has reached its end. Last week, rival company Pinboard announced that it had acquired the beleaguered site, and that it would be shutting it down as of June 15th. For a couple of years, del.icio.us was one…

 

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Mashable

President Trump admits his executive order is a ban and somewhere, his lawyers are crying

After Saturday’s terrorist attacks in London left seven dead and 48 injured, President Trump responded to the tragedy by immediately politicizing it.  On Saturday evening, Trump renewed his call for his “Travel Ban” on Twitter as an “extra level of safety.” It wasn’t exactly the wisest choice of words…

 

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Cool Tools

Kanji tutor/Near future must read/Where goes?

Kanji tutor: In the last six months I’ve learned over 500 kanji characters and Japanese vocabulary words using WaniKani, a “spaced repetition system” flashcard website. The first 3 levels are free, after that you can pay by the year or buy a lifetime account. (Disclosure, my wife used to work at WaniKani’s…

 

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Latest Content – Popular Mechanics

The Best PC Gaming Controllers That Will Have You Playing for Hours

A dedicated controller makes a number of PC video games considerably more enjoyable. We rounded up the best offerings available on the market today.

 

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Engadget

The best immersion blender

By Christine Cyr Clisset & Michael Sullivan This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer’s guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome’s independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commi…

 

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Digital Trends

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Cheap AR goggles, 3D printing on a conveyor belt

At any given moment, there are approximately a zillion crowdfunding campaigns on the web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or Indiegogo and you’ll find no shortage of weird, useless, and downright stupid projects out there — alongside some real gems. In this column, we cut through all the worthless…

 

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Gizmodo

Dan Aykroyd Attacks Ghostbusters Reboot Director

Ghostbusters star and co-writer Dan Aykroyd may have praised the reboot when it came out last year, but it seems he’s got one lingering gripe.Read more…

 

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CNET News.com

France declares tweet-war on Donald Trump? – CNET

Commentary: The French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs decides to mimic the president’s tweaking Twitter tactics by editing his new climate change video. Is this just the beginning?

 

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Mashable

15 best items for those who are obsessed with outer space

Outer space is a polarizing concept. Some people are terrified, while others can’t get enough. Consider this a little tribute to those of you who are mesmerized by both the stars and the science behind those stars, by those distant unknown planets out there that may contain frozen water, and by detailed…

 

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Engadget Full RSS Feed

Mars rover’s home crater was a potential hotbed for life

NASA landed the Curiosity rover in Mars’ Gale Crater precisely because it promised to be a sort of open book that revealed a lot about the planet’s history. Well, scientists have been busy reading… and it looks like the crater had an intriguing past. Two newly published research papers indicate that…

 

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Digital Trends

Polartec unveils Powerfill, active insulation with greater warmth to weight ratio

Insulation market innovator Polartec raises the bar with the release of the new active insulation PowerFill — a superior alternative to traditional synthetic fabrics. This spun polyester fabric provides the ultimate warmth to weight ratio while maintaining performance during active pursuits.  Polartec…

 

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Geek.com

Modular Boson Kit Turns Kids Into Master Builders

Children’s toys have come a long way—from the Frisbee to the Kano, Easy Bake Oven to Dash and Dot. The latest plaything, available now to pre-order on Kickstarter, is designed to inspire a […] The post Modular Boson Kit Turns Kids Into Master Builders appeared first on Geek.com.

 

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Slashdot

New Threat To Traditional Sports Leagues: Millennials Prefer Watching eSports

Professional sports leagues “officially have a millennial problem,” writes VentureBeat, citing some interesting findings from L.E.K. Consulting. 40% of millennials prefer watching esports to traditional sports26% of millennial eSports enthusiasts reported a significant uptick in eSports viewing over…

 

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Gizmodo

That Time Nintendo and Sega Introduced 3D Gaming, In 1987

Years before Sega did what Nintendon’t the two gaming giants briefly went head to head in the newly discovered market of 3D gaming. It didn’t go very well for either of them.Read more…

 

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Next Big Future

Cached SSL certificate has to be cleared by user or their ISP

Some user are getting some errors with a cached this ssl certificate. This is not problem that may be fixed on server side. Users to clean ssl cache of his system. Most probably following this guide https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/refresh-firefox-reset-add-ons-and-settings will solve problem. If…

 

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Next Big Future

Russia claims more successful hypersonic missile tests

Russia has claimed it has carried out more successful tests of a hypersonic Zircon missile, a year ahead of schedule. In April, 2017, Russia’s new hypersonic anti-ship Zircon missile has reached eight times the speed of sound (about 6100 mph) during the test, a source with Russia’s defense sector told…

 

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Discover Magazine

Read, Participate, Discover, Repeat

Today is National Repeat Day and what better way to celebrate than to publish an older post?A recent article in Astrophysical Journal Letters has shown that citizen scientists have just discovered the first brown dwarf through the Backyard Worlds: Planet 9 project just four weeks after the project launched…

 

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Environmental studies don’t support Trump’s ‘cleanest’ claim

President Donald Trump said the United States “will continue to be the cleanest and most environmentally friendly country on Earth” as he announced a U.S. pullout from an international accord designed to curb climate change.

 

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Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

Looking at complex light wave forms

Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany (SPX) Jun 01, 2017 For the first time an international research team under the direction of Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Sansone at the Institute of Physics at the University of Freiburg has been able to completely characterize the complex evolution of weak electric fields. The…

 

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Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

From 2D to 3D, Space Station Microscope Gets an Upgrade

Washington DC (SPX) Jun 01, 2017 In science, it’s best to have a clean, sharp picture of what you’re studying. Microscopes afford us the opportunity to look at particles that would otherwise be invisible to the naked eye, but these particles can sometimes be masked by gravity. That’s right, the same…

 

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Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

In a Cosmic Hit-and-Run, Icy Saturn Moon May Have Flipped

Ithaca NY (SPX) Jun 01, 2017 Enceladus – a large icy, oceanic moon of Saturn – may have flipped, the possible victim of an out-of-this-world wallop. While combing through data collected by NASA’s Cassini mission during flybys of Enceladus, astronomers from Cornell University, the University…

 

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Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

When gold turns invisible

Sapporo, Japan (SPX) Jun 01, 2017 A gold compound shifts from a visible fluorescence to emitting infrared when ground – a big shift with potential applications in bioimaging and security inks. Some materials luminesce, changing their color and intensity when under mechanical forces such as…

 

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Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

First 24-hour Global Broadcast About Asteroid Impact Hazard

London, UK (SPX) Jun 02, 2017 On June 30, asteroids will make history as the focus of a conversation shared around the world on the first ever global 24-hour broadcast about space and the role of asteroids in our solar system. Asteroid Day LIVE, produced by Asteroid Day and sponsored by OHB,…

 

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Space News From SpaceDaily.Com

Ariane 5 launches its first all-electric satellite

Kourou, French Guiana (ESA) Jun 02, 2017 Arianespace has successfully launched two telecommunications satellites: ViaSat-2 for ViaSat Inc.; and EUTELSAT 172B for the operator Eutelsat – which is the first all-electric satellite to be orbited by an Ariane 5. The launch took place on Thursday, June…

 

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Next Big Future

Carnival of Space 510

The Carnival of Space 510 is at Urban Astronomer Universe Today – We Will Launch on Reusable Rocket After Exceptional SpaceX Performance – Inmarsat CEO Tells Universe Today “I’m sure we will be using a ‘reused rocket’, Inmarsat CEO Pearce stated. “And we will be launching on a ‘reusable rocket’ in…

 

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Next Big Future

Carnival of Space 511

Carnival of space 511 is up at Everyday Spacer Planetaria – New moon discovered by Hubble orbiting third largest dwarf planet in Kuiper Belt Hubble Space Telescope and two other telescopes, orbiting the third largest known dwarf planet known as 2007 OR10. 2007 OR10 orbits the Sun in the far distant…

 

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Next Big Future

Gene therapy turns off severe allergies in animals and could eventually cure humans of allergies and asthma

A single treatment giving life-long protection from severe allergies such as asthma could be made possible by immunology research at The University of Queensland. A team led by Associate Professor Ray Steptoe at the UQ Diamantina Institute has been able to ‘turn-off’ the immune response which causes…

 

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Next Big Future

China developing arsenal ship that would have a high speed hydroplaning mode and submersible capability

Reports claim there has been substantial design work and concept proofing for a new underwater arsenal ship in China. A leading chinese naval engineer Professor Dong Wei Cai continued to work on a key aspect of the arsenal ship design: the high-speed wave hydroplane up until his recent death. There…

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Forensic chemical analysis of wood could stop illegal logging

A new technique has been developed to tackle illegal logging by pinpointing the wood’s origin to a smaller area than ever before (

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Scientists try to crack the brain’s memory codes

In a pair of studies, scientists explored how the human brain stores and retrieves memories. One study suggests that the brain etches each memory into unique firing patterns of individual neurons. Meanwhile, the second study suggests that the brain replays memories faster than they are stored.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Observation of the phase transition of liquid crystal defects for the first time

Researchers observed the phase transition of topological defects formed by liquid crystal (LC) materials for the first time. The phase transition of topological defects can be difficult to understand for a layperson but it needs to be studied to understand the mysteries of the universe or the underlying…

 

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Nautilus

Why Synthetic Protein Research Needs More Funding – Facts So Romantic

The ability to create and explore such synthetic proteins with atomic level accuracy has the potential to unlock new areas of basic research and to create practical applications in a wide range of fields.Image by G. Indelicato, P. Burkhard, R. Twarock / Royal Society Open ScienceProteins are the workhorses…

 

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Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

One dead, two missing as Taiwan battles floods

Taipei (AFP) June 2, 2017 Roads turned into rivers in northern Taiwan Friday as rain lashed the island, killing one woman and leaving two others missing. State power company Taipower said a transmission pylon on a hill in New Taipei city toppled during torrential downpours, causing a reactor…

 

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Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

European Reassurance Initiative requests billion-dollar budget increase

Washington DC (UPI) Jun 2, 2017 The Department of Defense on Thursday announced its budget request for the European Reassurance Initiative, or ERI, has been increased to $4.8 billion for 2018 – a $1.4 billion increase over the fiscal 2017 budget. Air Force Maj Gen. David Allvin, director of U.S….

 

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Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

Forensic analysis of wood’s chemical signatures could curb illegal logging

Washington DC (UPI) Jun 2, 2017 New research suggests chemical forensics could be used to track and stop illegal logging. According to a new study published in the journal Applications in Plant Sciences, chemical fingerprints can be used to trace lumber’s origin. Almost everything has a chemical…

 

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Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

Blockchain seen as tool in food safety

New York (AFP) June 4, 2017 The food industry is turning to the same technology used by virtual currencies to strengthen food safety and inventory management by tracking meats and crops from farm to table. Working with IBM, retail giant Wal-Mart Stores is testing the technology system on mangos…

 

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Earth News, Earth Science, Energy Technology, Environment News

Chemical cocktail found in Barrier Reef turtles

Sydney (AFP) June 2, 2017 Human medicines and household substances have been discovered in the blood of green turtles in Australia’s Great Barrier Reef, researchers said Friday, highlighting the impact of man-made matter on marine life. Medications for the heart (milrinone) and gout (allopurinol),…

 

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Discover Magazine

The Ketamine Consensus?

Ten years ago, ketamine was a drug best known for its popularity on the rave scene. Yet it has since enjoyed a remarkable rebirth – as an antidepressant. Starting out with a handful of small clinical trials, there are now numerous reports that ketamine produces rapid antidepressant effects. In the US,…

 

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Scientific American Content: Global

A Few of My Favorite Spaces: The Poincaré Homology Sphere

If it quacks like a sphere… — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

 

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Physics News

High tech on the high seas: Carnival cruises’ smart makeover – CNET

CNET boards the Regal Princess, essentially a massive floating hive mind with thousands of sensors designed to satisfy your every whim — or at least try.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Sensing the nanoscale with visible light, and the fundamentals of disordered waves

Features that are even 100 times smaller than the wavelength can still be sensed by light, a new experiment shows.

 

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Singularity HUB

Society Is Destroying and Rebuilding Itself for the Networked Age

When the dust settled from last summer’s failed Turkish coup d’etat, where a faction of Turkey’s armed forces attempted an overthrow of the sitting government and President Recap Tayyip Erdogan, a bizarre—yet distinct—signature of our digital age emerged. As The Wall Street Journal points out, “It was…

 

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

Laptop ban hot topic as airlines meet in Cancun

Top airline industry players are meeting Monday and Tuesday in Cancun to seek alternatives to the US and British bans on laptops and tablets on certain flights, which they say is hurting business.

 

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Phys.org – latest science and technology news stories

System aims to recreate challenging mountain climbs in gym

After spending time in Switzerland studying and hiking in the Alps, Dartmouth assistant professor Emily Whiting wanted to relive those climbs back home.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Immune responses from early study of novel sarcoma vaccine

The critical component of an experimental vaccine led to an escalating immune response in patients with sarcoma, an indicator of its potential anti-cancer effects.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

New disposable, wearable patch found to effectively detect sleep apnea

Results of a definitive clinical trial show that a new, disposable diagnostic patch effectively detects obstructive sleep apnea across all severity levels.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Bed partners may unintentionally contribute to the perpetuation of insomnia

Preliminary results from a new study show that partners of people who have insomnia may try to be supportive by engaging in a range of behaviors that unintentionally contradict treatment recommendations.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Immunotherapy drug effective for metastatic triple negative breast cancer

The immunotherapy drug, Pembrolizumab, is effective in shrinking tumors among metastatic triple negative breast cancer patients as found in a clinical trial.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Breastfeeding may protect against chronic pain after Caesarean section

Breastfeeding after a Caesarean section (C-section) may help manage pain, with mothers who breastfed their babies for at least two months after the operation three times less likely to experience persistent pain compared to those who breastfed for less than two months, according to new research.

 

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Latest Science News — ScienceDaily

Enhanced test for urinary tract infections detects more bacteria than standard test

One of the primary ways physicians diagnose urinary tract infections is with a test that detects bacteria in urine. A new enhanced test detects significantly more bacteria than the standard test.

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