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Idrialis Castillo has been at 5 events

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Daria Musk3,705,139*HUGE HANGOUT CONCERT!* _This Wednesday, 5/21, I'll be playing and hanging out with *you* live from the world-famous House Of Blues in New Orleans! OMG!!_ I am so crazy excited about this G+niuses! Beyonce drops surprise albums, we drop surprise Hangout Concerts!!! Yeah, we woke up like dis.  *HOUSE OF BLUES HERE WE COME!* It's time for our first big blow-out Hangout Concert of the season and I can't imagine a cooler way to do it! This will be the _first_ interactive live concert from The House Of Blues, ever! And most importantly, it's featuring *you*! There will be a huge screen up on stage with your gorgeous faces on it as you join and watch the show live!! That means you'll be the real stars of the show, with the packed house "ooohing and aaahing" at your awesomeness. *WATCH & JOIN THE HANGOUT CONCERT LIVE:* Read below to see how you can hop into the Hangout and be live on-stage with me on Wednesday! Yay! _Here's your Hangout to do list:_ ✖ RSVP HERE! ✖ Let me know - in the comments - that you'd like to join live and see your face on the big screen! ✖ You'll get a private message from me and the team who will be running the Hangout backstage to confirm your VIP first-join status! ✖ Feel free to make fun signs to show off in the Hangout so the crowd at the venue and the global audience watching see how awesome you are! ✖ Spread the love and share this post (and the event page) so everyone can rock out with us!! ✖ Get ready to rock on Wednesday 5/21! _Cannot wait to look up and see you on stage with me!_ *XO, Daria* _Ps. This concert will be brought to you by CO-OP Connected Credit Unions. Empowering people. Amplifying Dreams._DARIA MUSK ★ HANGOUT CONCERT ★ LIVE FROM THE HOUSE OF BLUES2014-05-22 02:45:00398  
Daria Musk3,705,139*BE MY VALENTINE!* Announcing the "Lonely Hearts Club Hangout Concert"! This Saturday, Feb 15th will you be my valentine? You're the ones I love so let's celebrate together! I'll bring the songs, you bring you. ❤ *HOW TO ATTEND* You are cordially invited to watch and most importantly _join_ my "Lonely Hearts Club Band" by Hanging Out with me for this special love-themed Concert! ❤ *RSVP YES & COMMENT HERE TO TELL ME IF YOU WANT TO JOIN THE HANGOUT WITH ME!*  I'll add you to a special circle that will be invited to join the windows in the Hangout during the show. As always I'll rotate the seats and sing as long as it takes to see you! We'll date, face-to-face all night if we have to ;) *DAY + TIME* I know real v-day is on Friday, so I thought holding our global-date-night on Saturday instead would make it even more inclusive and awesome! Even if you've got romantic plans (ahem not me haha) we can all team up into one big "Lonely Heart's Club Band" on Saturday! (Sunday for you Kiwis and Aussies, ;) *WHAT TO EXPECT* We can eat chocolates and toast to love in all it's forms! We can sing and shout and laugh and leave no-date-behind! You can bring your loves (even if they're pets, or or kids, or friends or fiancés) or come solo and be my date! I prefer roses and tulips thank you ;) *SHARE THE LOVE* Share the love and share this with anyone and everyone you want to celebrate with and remember to tell you love them too!  So bring on the lovebirds and lonely hearts worldwide! Get ready to be loved! See you on Saturday!  *XO, Daria*Daria's Lonely Hearts Club ❤ Hangout Concert!2014-02-16 00:00:00306  
TakePart43,519Seven years ago former Vice President Al Gore released An Inconvenient Truth, kick-starting a global conversation about climate change (available on Google Play: http://goo.gl/ElYcc). The issue is as pressing as ever and Gore and Jeff Skoll, the film's executive producer, want to hear your ideas (http://youtu.be/ih3fEHv4wqA).  Throughout the coming week add your thoughts and questions in the Science on G+ Community (http://goo.gl/39w5t). Gore and Skoll will choose the most insightful participants to join them in a live Hangout on Air on June 11th at 2PM EST - come back then to tune in to the Conversation! Google+ Conversation with Al Gore about Combating Climate Change2013-06-11 20:00:002179  
Life at Google2,456,335Want another chance to learn what it's really like to interview for a technical role at Google? Once again, three of our Pittsburgh engineers will be conducting a candidate coaching session in a Hangout On Air Tuesday, October 9 at 3pm EST (7pm UTC). As with the session they did for us in August, they will deliver a presentation on what to expect in an engineering interview and walk through a live demonstration of how to tackle an interview question. If you've ever thought about applying for a technical role at Google, this Hangout is for you! If you have questions for the group, please post them on our Moderator page: http://goo.gl/1slEAGoogle Candidate Coaching Session - Tech interviewing2012-10-09 21:00:00739  
Life at Google2,456,335The Hispanic Googler Network (HGN) is having a Hangout on Air with the executive director of the Latino Community Foundation (LCF). Tune in to learn about how LCF is partnering with Google and other tech companies in Silicon Valley and how HGN is celebrating and commemorating Hispanic Heritage Month.  If you have questions for our panel, you can add them to our Moderator page: http://goo.gl/iWCokHangout with the Latino Community Foundation & HGN2012-10-05 19:30:00120  

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2013-10-04 08:24:22 (94 comments, 334 reshares, 463 +1s)Open 

The world's fastest running robot is off the leash

"A relative of Boston Dynamics' Cheetah robot, which last year managed to outpace the world's fastest man Usain Bolt on a treadmill, is now able to run outdoors untethered. Named the WildCat, the outdoor runner is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and is being developed for military use. With a large (and loud) motor attached, WildCat isn't as fast as its 28mph-plus cousin — it's currently limited to around 16mph on flat terrain. Despite being announced last year, this is the first public demonstration of WildCat, and Boston Dynamics hasn't detailed its plans to further develop the quadruped."

More info: http://goo.gl/9YaRH8

Most reshares: 334

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2013-10-04 08:24:22 (94 comments, 334 reshares, 463 +1s)Open 

The world's fastest running robot is off the leash

"A relative of Boston Dynamics' Cheetah robot, which last year managed to outpace the world's fastest man Usain Bolt on a treadmill, is now able to run outdoors untethered. Named the WildCat, the outdoor runner is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and is being developed for military use. With a large (and loud) motor attached, WildCat isn't as fast as its 28mph-plus cousin — it's currently limited to around 16mph on flat terrain. Despite being announced last year, this is the first public demonstration of WildCat, and Boston Dynamics hasn't detailed its plans to further develop the quadruped."

More info: http://goo.gl/9YaRH8

Most plusones: 463

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2013-10-04 08:24:22 (94 comments, 334 reshares, 463 +1s)Open 

The world's fastest running robot is off the leash

"A relative of Boston Dynamics' Cheetah robot, which last year managed to outpace the world's fastest man Usain Bolt on a treadmill, is now able to run outdoors untethered. Named the WildCat, the outdoor runner is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and is being developed for military use. With a large (and loud) motor attached, WildCat isn't as fast as its 28mph-plus cousin — it's currently limited to around 16mph on flat terrain. Despite being announced last year, this is the first public demonstration of WildCat, and Boston Dynamics hasn't detailed its plans to further develop the quadruped."

More info: http://goo.gl/9YaRH8

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2015-08-01 05:35:50 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 8 +1s)Open 

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2015-07-27 19:14:08 (21 comments, 1 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

How can I change my Google Account Location? I need it to be a US account... No luck so far 😕

How can I change my Google Account Location? I need it to be a US account... No luck so far 😕___

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2015-07-06 15:28:21 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

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2015-04-22 15:32:16 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

Something worth watching for Earth Day.

Something worth watching for Earth Day.___

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2015-03-04 09:10:01 (3 comments, 6 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

<<Jan Scheuermann, a 55-year-old quadriplegic woman with electrodes in her brain, has been able to fly an F-35 fighter jet using "nothing but her thoughts.">>

<<Jan Scheuermann, a 55-year-old quadriplegic woman with electrodes in her brain, has been able to fly an F-35 fighter jet using "nothing but her thoughts.">>___

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2015-02-16 00:49:14 (1 comments, 1 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

My beautiful Félicétte and Obsi

My beautiful Félicétte and Obsi___

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2014-11-06 07:01:53 (7 comments, 5 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

Direct brain-to-brain connection has been established between humans for the second time

Scientists in the US have successfully linked the brains of six people, allowing one person to control the hands of another using just their thoughts. 

Direct brain-to-brain connection has been established between humans for the second time

Scientists in the US have successfully linked the brains of six people, allowing one person to control the hands of another using just their thoughts. ___

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2014-10-24 05:32:09 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

WORTH WATCHING!

“Marble quarries are places so unbelievable and striking, they almost feel like they are big theaters or sets,” says Yuri Ancarani, the filmmaker behind the documentary * Il Capo (The Chief),* which follows a quarry boss as he guides his men through the extraction process, using a silent language of gesture and sign."

WORTH WATCHING!

“Marble quarries are places so unbelievable and striking, they almost feel like they are big theaters or sets,” says Yuri Ancarani, the filmmaker behind the documentary * Il Capo (The Chief),* which follows a quarry boss as he guides his men through the extraction process, using a silent language of gesture and sign."___

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2014-10-20 20:08:09 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 15 +1s)Open 

"+Autodesk's genetic engineer Andrew Hessel is working to fight cancer on a new level: a personalized, affordable one, using 3D printed oncolytic viruses, which literally break cancer cells apart."

"He makes fighting cancer sound very simple with the idea of viral engineering, which encompasses using software to design and make viruses — and 3D print them. Obviously, there is quite a body of research and work that goes into making that a reality."

"+Autodesk's genetic engineer Andrew Hessel is working to fight cancer on a new level: a personalized, affordable one, using 3D printed oncolytic viruses, which literally break cancer cells apart."

"He makes fighting cancer sound very simple with the idea of viral engineering, which encompasses using software to design and make viruses — and 3D print them. Obviously, there is quite a body of research and work that goes into making that a reality."___

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2014-10-09 07:32:08 (2 comments, 1 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

THE FIRST PERSON TO LIVE TO BE 200 YEARS OLD IS ALIVE TODAY

"As we begin to unlock more and more of the keys to the way the universe itself works (both on the comsological scale and on the nanoscale), we are discovering more and more ways to extend lifespans in general. For humans, this means generating entire organs from scratch, using stem cells to create replacement tissues and smaller portions of organs, and manipulating our DNA itself, potentially. It will almost surely mean technology inside of our bodies, constantly monitoring changes and updates within our very bloodstream, as computers continue to shrink in size."

THE FIRST PERSON TO LIVE TO BE 200 YEARS OLD IS ALIVE TODAY

"As we begin to unlock more and more of the keys to the way the universe itself works (both on the comsological scale and on the nanoscale), we are discovering more and more ways to extend lifespans in general. For humans, this means generating entire organs from scratch, using stem cells to create replacement tissues and smaller portions of organs, and manipulating our DNA itself, potentially. It will almost surely mean technology inside of our bodies, constantly monitoring changes and updates within our very bloodstream, as computers continue to shrink in size."___

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2014-09-07 03:47:06 (4 comments, 6 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

NO WORDS! #MUSTWATCH

NO WORDS! #MUSTWATCH___

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2014-08-20 23:24:11 (6 comments, 6 reshares, 32 +1s)Open 

AUTOMATA OFFICIAL TRAILER 1. Definitely  in my watchlist. 

AUTOMATA OFFICIAL TRAILER 1. Definitely  in my watchlist. ___

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2014-08-20 22:15:53 (3 comments, 1 reshares, 13 +1s)Open 

"Wearable technology is undoubtedly one of the latest trends to proliferate our digital world. While wearables might seem like an innovation entirely out of the 21st century, humans have been tinkering with these gizmos and gadgets long before the days of Pebble, Jawbone, Fitbit and Google Glass. In fact, the definition of “wearable computers” can date all the way back to the 16th century when humans first starting wearing time-keeping devices. However, due to the differing definitions of both “wearable” and “computer,” there remains varying beliefs as to who devised the first computer with which we adorned our bodies. For some, the first wearable (an abacus ring) arrived on the scene early as between 1368 and 1644 during Qing Dynasty era, while others believe it was either the first wristwatch by Breguet for the Queen of Naples in 1810, or the covert timing devices hidden in shoes to cheatthe game of... more »

"Wearable technology is undoubtedly one of the latest trends to proliferate our digital world. While wearables might seem like an innovation entirely out of the 21st century, humans have been tinkering with these gizmos and gadgets long before the days of Pebble, Jawbone, Fitbit and Google Glass. In fact, the definition of “wearable computers” can date all the way back to the 16th century when humans first starting wearing time-keeping devices. However, due to the differing definitions of both “wearable” and “computer,” there remains varying beliefs as to who devised the first computer with which we adorned our bodies. For some, the first wearable (an abacus ring) arrived on the scene early as between 1368 and 1644 during Qing Dynasty era, while others believe it was either the first wristwatch by Breguet for the Queen of Naples in 1810, or the covert timing devices hidden in shoes to cheat the game of roulette by Thorp and Shannon in the 1960s." ___

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2014-08-13 05:07:52 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 16 +1s)Open 

"Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kieran's new ears were modelled on his mum's."

More: http://goo.gl/Tww9Ix

"Kieran Sorkin was born with no ears due to a rare condition called microtia, but surgeons in the UK were able to make him a pair using a little bit of rib cartilage. Kieran's new ears were modelled on his mum's."

More: http://goo.gl/Tww9Ix___

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2014-08-09 00:26:29 (6 comments, 15 reshares, 50 +1s)Open 

Definitely, a #MUSTWATCH  . The biopic of Stephen Hawking

Definitely, a #MUSTWATCH  . The biopic of Stephen Hawking___

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2014-08-01 18:26:33 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

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2014-08-01 14:23:40 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 9 +1s)Open 

"Studies in social psychology indicate that human intellectual functions originate from the social context of everyday life, Barbey said. “We depend at an early stage of our development on social relationships — those who love us care for us when we would otherwise be helpless.”

"Social interdependence continues into adulthood and remains important throughout the lifespan. “Our friends and family tell us when we could make bad mistakes and sometimes rescue us when we do."

"Studies in social psychology indicate that human intellectual functions originate from the social context of everyday life, Barbey said. “We depend at an early stage of our development on social relationships — those who love us care for us when we would otherwise be helpless.”

"Social interdependence continues into adulthood and remains important throughout the lifespan. “Our friends and family tell us when we could make bad mistakes and sometimes rescue us when we do."___

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2014-07-18 08:42:41 (19 comments, 27 reshares, 78 +1s)Open 

Very old, but nice to watch again:

Superfluid helium can leak through glass and climb out of its container

Very old, but nice to watch again:

Superfluid helium can leak through glass and climb out of its container___

2014-06-27 20:51:09 (4 comments, 0 reshares, 4 +1s)Open 

Any app that actually works in giving me a permanent US phone number capable of receiving those sms sent when registering in systems?

Any app that actually works in giving me a permanent US phone number capable of receiving those sms sent when registering in systems?___

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2014-06-23 16:46:27 (3 comments, 2 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

Sunday Creationist... How would you like your treatment?

Sunday creationists.

From a 2006 Doonesbury comic strip: http://images.ucomics.com/comics/db/2006/db060702.gif___Sunday Creationist... How would you like your treatment?

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2014-06-08 18:16:27 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 5 +1s)Open 

"That a third of judges were convinced that Goostman was a human is significant — at least 30 percent of judges must be swayed for a computer to pass the famous Turing Test. The test, created by legendary computer scientist Alan Turing in 1950, was designed to answer the question "Can machines think?" and is a well-known staple of artificial intelligence studies."

"That a third of judges were convinced that Goostman was a human is significant — at least 30 percent of judges must be swayed for a computer to pass the famous Turing Test. The test, created by legendary computer scientist Alan Turing in 1950, was designed to answer the question "Can machines think?" and is a well-known staple of artificial intelligence studies."___

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2014-05-23 04:55:31 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 19 +1s)Open 

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2014-03-26 11:37:52 (9 comments, 3 reshares, 45 +1s)Open 

This is the BEST Felix Baumgartner jump video, released by #GoPro , obviously, recorded with a pack of their cameras Heroe 3! 

This is the BEST Felix Baumgartner jump video, released by #GoPro , obviously, recorded with a pack of their cameras Heroe 3! ___

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2014-03-24 16:46:04 (7 comments, 1 reshares, 29 +1s)Open 

¡Hello world!  I introduce you Félicette, my new kitten, whose name is in honor to french female cat Félicette, the first feline to go into space in october 18, 1963. As they are same color, I guess the cat astronaut just looked like my little cuteness when she was a kitten
 :-) 

Félicette (the french one) was blasted off in a special capsule on top of a French Véronique AG1 rocket, from the Colomb Bacar rocket base at Hammaguir in the Algerian Sahara desert. She did not go into orbit, but according to the papers of that experiment, she went into space in a flight lasting altogether less than 15 minutes. She travelled some 100 miles into space, where the capsule separated from the rocket and descended by parachute. Throughout the flight electrodes implanted in her brain transmitted neurological impulses back to Earth, and the French Centre d'Enseignement et de Recherches deMédecin... more »

¡Hello world!  I introduce you Félicette, my new kitten, whose name is in honor to french female cat Félicette, the first feline to go into space in october 18, 1963. As they are same color, I guess the cat astronaut just looked like my little cuteness when she was a kitten
 :-) 

Félicette (the french one) was blasted off in a special capsule on top of a French Véronique AG1 rocket, from the Colomb Bacar rocket base at Hammaguir in the Algerian Sahara desert. She did not go into orbit, but according to the papers of that experiment, she went into space in a flight lasting altogether less than 15 minutes. She travelled some 100 miles into space, where the capsule separated from the rocket and descended by parachute. Throughout the flight electrodes implanted in her brain transmitted neurological impulses back to Earth, and the French Centre d'Enseignement et de Recherches de Médecine Aéronautique (CERMA), which directed these flights, stated afterwards that the cat had made a valuable contribution to research. The capsule and Félicette were safely recovered, but what happened to her after her adventure I do not know. The British press of the time called her the 'Astrocat'___

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2014-03-17 17:22:06 (1 comments, 4 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

BIG NEWS!!!

"For the first time, scientists have found direct evidence of the expansion of the universe, a previously theoretical event that took place a fraction of a second after the Big Bang explosion nearly 14 billion years ago."

BIG NEWS!!!

"For the first time, scientists have found direct evidence of the expansion of the universe, a previously theoretical event that took place a fraction of a second after the Big Bang explosion nearly 14 billion years ago."___

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2014-03-17 09:34:07 (37 comments, 0 reshares, 110 +1s)Open 

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2014-03-16 15:52:57 (13 comments, 1 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Hace unas 10 horas borré unas fotos que no debí borrar. (Las seleccioné e hice click en delete). Estaban en la memoria interna. No estoy usando memoria externa. El Cel está rooteado, es un SGS4

¿Alguna forma de recuperar esas fotos? 

Hace unas 10 horas borré unas fotos que no debí borrar. (Las seleccioné e hice click en delete). Estaban en la memoria interna. No estoy usando memoria externa. El Cel está rooteado, es un SGS4

¿Alguna forma de recuperar esas fotos? ___

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2014-03-10 04:53:35 (22 comments, 44 reshares, 97 +1s)Open 

Episode #1

#Cosmos

Episode #1

#Cosmos___

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2014-03-09 20:16:38 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 24 +1s)Open 

TODAY IS THE DAY!

#Cosmos  
#CosmosTV  
http://www.cosmosontv.com/

TODAY IS THE DAY!

#Cosmos  
#CosmosTV  
http://www.cosmosontv.com/___

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2014-02-17 08:12:24 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

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2014-02-17 05:33:14 (3 comments, 0 reshares, 6 +1s)Open 

Is there a way I could change my preapproved Google+ URL? I don't like my preapproved one. 

Is there a way I could change my preapproved Google+ URL? I don't like my preapproved one. ___

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2014-02-10 11:47:25 (1 comments, 3 reshares, 17 +1s)Open 

"According to the laws of physics, a planet the shape of a donut, or toroid, could actually exist — but it's extremely unlikely to ever form naturally. But what if an advanced alien civilization decided to build one? What properties would a toroid-Earth exhibit? And what would life be like?"

This is a very descriptive article of how a toroid planet would be if it would actually exists. 

Donut Earth?
Very good writeup on stable alternative shapes of planets.

"According to the laws of physics, a planet the shape of a donut, or toroid, could actually exist — but it's extremely unlikely to ever form naturally. But what if an advanced alien civilization decided to build one? What properties would a toroid-Earth exhibit? And what would life be like?"___"According to the laws of physics, a planet the shape of a donut, or toroid, could actually exist — but it's extremely unlikely to ever form naturally. But what if an advanced alien civilization decided to build one? What properties would a toroid-Earth exhibit? And what would life be like?"

This is a very descriptive article of how a toroid planet would be if it would actually exists. 

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2014-02-09 00:47:58 (1 comments, 7 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

Getting ready for the future! 

Are you an innovator? Then GET IN!!

INFO: http://makeit.intel.com/  .

Getting ready for the future! 

Are you an innovator? Then GET IN!!

INFO: http://makeit.intel.com/  .___

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2014-02-07 13:48:08 (0 comments, 6 reshares, 14 +1s)Open 

Graphene Conducts Electricity 10 times better than expected

Physicists have produced nanoribbons of graphene — the single-atom-thick carbon — that conduct electrons better than theory predicted even for the most idealized form of the material. The finding could help graphene realize its promise in high-end electronics, where researchers have long hoped it could outperform traditional materials such as silicon.

_Stephen Hawking questions the nature of black holes
Bumblebees can fly at altitudes higher than peak of Mount Everest
UK immigration debate alienating scientists and students
In graphene, electrons can move faster than in any other material at room temperature. But techniques that cut sheets of graphene into the narrow ribbons needed to form wires of a nano-scale circuit leave ragged edges, which disrupt the electron flow._

A team led byphy... more »

Graphene Conducts Electricity 10 times better than expected

Physicists have produced nanoribbons of graphene — the single-atom-thick carbon — that conduct electrons better than theory predicted even for the most idealized form of the material. The finding could help graphene realize its promise in high-end electronics, where researchers have long hoped it could outperform traditional materials such as silicon.

_Stephen Hawking questions the nature of black holes
Bumblebees can fly at altitudes higher than peak of Mount Everest
UK immigration debate alienating scientists and students
In graphene, electrons can move faster than in any other material at room temperature. But techniques that cut sheets of graphene into the narrow ribbons needed to form wires of a nano-scale circuit leave ragged edges, which disrupt the electron flow._

A team led by physicist Walt de Heer at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta has made ribbons that conduct electric charges for more than 10 micrometres without meeting resistance — 1,000 times farther than in typical graphene nanoribbons1. The ribbons made by de Heer's team in fact conduct electrons ten times better than standard theories of electron transport they should, say the authors. This unimpeded motion means that circuits could transmit signals faster and without the overheating issues that hamper typical semiconductor chips.___

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2014-02-05 11:21:19 (1 comments, 2 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

Interesting & Daring.....

The Curiosity Mars rover is to try to drive over a one metre-high dune.

'The sand bank is currently blocking the robot's path into a small valley and a route with fewer of the sharp rocks that lately have been making big dents in the vehicle's aluminium wheels.'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26032673

#curiosity   #nasa   #mars   #spaceexploration   #curiosity   #curiosityrover   #curiositymarsrover  

Interesting & Daring.....

The Curiosity Mars rover is to try to drive over a one metre-high dune.

'The sand bank is currently blocking the robot's path into a small valley and a route with fewer of the sharp rocks that lately have been making big dents in the vehicle's aluminium wheels.'

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-26032673

#curiosity   #nasa   #mars   #spaceexploration   #curiosity   #curiosityrover   #curiositymarsrover  ___

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2014-01-28 08:48:12 (14 comments, 0 reshares, 11 +1s)Open 

DO YOU LIVE IN any of the countries or small islands in GREY? (Part 2)

If so, please message me (throu a private post) or comment so I can then contact you. 

DO YOU LIVE IN any of the countries or small islands in GREY? (Part 2)

If so, please message me (throu a private post) or comment so I can then contact you. ___

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2014-01-24 23:03:49 (25 comments, 2 reshares, 12 +1s)Open 

DO YOU LIVE IN any of the countries or small islands in GREY?

If so, please comment so I can then contact you. 

DO YOU LIVE IN any of the countries or small islands in GREY?

If so, please comment so I can then contact you. ___

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2014-01-24 22:29:34 (11 comments, 1 reshares, 61 +1s)Open 

I was trying to thanks every single birthday wish I received, but there are about 3K!

All I can say is Thank you all. It feels good to receive SO MANY wishes!

Big hugs!

Here is a picture of my cake at work. They made me go from my office to some else office to deliver a book, and they had a surprise for me in there! 

I was trying to thanks every single birthday wish I received, but there are about 3K!

All I can say is Thank you all. It feels good to receive SO MANY wishes!

Big hugs!

Here is a picture of my cake at work. They made me go from my office to some else office to deliver a book, and they had a surprise for me in there! ___

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2014-01-17 10:33:30 (5 comments, 14 reshares, 74 +1s)Open 

Good to know! 

wow!!

That was always a question in my mind that how the Undersea cables are laid?

That #gif gave me the answer so I also wanted to share with y'all :)

#internet #telecommunications  ___Good to know! 

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2014-01-01 20:28:21 (12 comments, 3 reshares, 57 +1s)Open 

It's a tradition for lot of people in the Dominican Republic to wait in the shore for the first sunrise; it's like if we need to be blessed by the sunshine to start the year.... Here I share mine with you. 

Happy New Year from Santo Domingo, may the 2014 be an unforgettable wonderful year for all of us!

#FirstSun   #Happy2014  

It's a tradition for lot of people in the Dominican Republic to wait in the shore for the first sunrise; it's like if we need to be blessed by the sunshine to start the year.... Here I share mine with you. 

Happy New Year from Santo Domingo, may the 2014 be an unforgettable wonderful year for all of us!

#FirstSun   #Happy2014  ___

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2013-12-19 03:06:46 (0 comments, 3 reshares, 10 +1s)Open 

"The findings could lead to cures for certain kinds of blindness."

"Using an inkjet printer, researchers have succeeded in printing adult eye cells for the first time. The demonstration is a step toward producing tissue implants that could cure some types of blindness".

"Now that the scientists have shown they can print retinal ganglion cells, they plan to print other types of retinal cells, such as light-sensitive photoreceptors. They also plan to print cells in patterns, and adapt the technology for commercial multinozzle print heads."

"The findings could lead to cures for certain kinds of blindness."

"Using an inkjet printer, researchers have succeeded in printing adult eye cells for the first time. The demonstration is a step toward producing tissue implants that could cure some types of blindness".

"Now that the scientists have shown they can print retinal ganglion cells, they plan to print other types of retinal cells, such as light-sensitive photoreceptors. They also plan to print cells in patterns, and adapt the technology for commercial multinozzle print heads."___

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2013-12-17 16:48:50 (2 comments, 3 reshares, 18 +1s)Open 

Paradise is on heaven, and heaven is a place on earth better known as DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Here I live, in the capital of Wonderland

A little bit of my country, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC in 3:46 minutes...
Un poquito de mi país, REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA en 3:46 minutos... 

Paradise is on heaven, and heaven is a place on earth better known as DOMINICAN REPUBLIC. Here I live, in the capital of Wonderland

A little bit of my country, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC in 3:46 minutes...
Un poquito de mi país, REPÚBLICA DOMINICANA en 3:46 minutos... ___

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2013-12-14 12:28:42 (14 comments, 4 reshares, 25 +1s)Open 

Poor ants.... 

Poor ants.... ___

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2013-12-09 14:36:47 (23 comments, 2 reshares, 99 +1s)Open 

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2013-12-04 04:43:58 (6 comments, 7 reshares, 26 +1s)Open 

Didn't know this painting techniques... It's just amazing!

#Painting   #Techniques  

Didn't know this painting techniques... It's just amazing!

#Painting   #Techniques  ___

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2013-11-18 18:45:07 (0 comments, 2 reshares, 35 +1s)Open 

GO MAVEN, GO!!!

#MAVEN   #NASA   #MARS  

GO MAVEN, GO!!!

#MAVEN   #NASA   #MARS  ___

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2013-11-01 03:32:45 (2 comments, 5 reshares, 22 +1s)Open 

Skinless body that is actually a synthetic human cadaver

"This is a synthetic cadaver that medical students are now using to get their learn on. Instead of poking humans or operating on animals, medical students can play doctor with these frighteningly freakish zombie beasts. The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix just enlisted these synthetic cadavers from SynDaver Labs to sprawl around medical tables for students to go through the paces with. They're almost real."

More info: http://goo.gl/Wo27oo
Old video: SynDaver™ Labs - SynDaver Animae Prototype at SOMA 2011

Skinless body that is actually a synthetic human cadaver

"This is a synthetic cadaver that medical students are now using to get their learn on. Instead of poking humans or operating on animals, medical students can play doctor with these frighteningly freakish zombie beasts. The University of Arizona College of Medicine-Phoenix just enlisted these synthetic cadavers from SynDaver Labs to sprawl around medical tables for students to go through the paces with. They're almost real."

More info: http://goo.gl/Wo27oo
Old video: SynDaver™ Labs - SynDaver Animae Prototype at SOMA 2011___

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2013-10-29 01:56:11 (4 comments, 6 reshares, 21 +1s)Open 

SKILLS!!!! 

SKILLS!!!! ___

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2013-10-04 08:24:22 (94 comments, 334 reshares, 463 +1s)Open 

The world's fastest running robot is off the leash

"A relative of Boston Dynamics' Cheetah robot, which last year managed to outpace the world's fastest man Usain Bolt on a treadmill, is now able to run outdoors untethered. Named the WildCat, the outdoor runner is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and is being developed for military use. With a large (and loud) motor attached, WildCat isn't as fast as its 28mph-plus cousin — it's currently limited to around 16mph on flat terrain. Despite being announced last year, this is the first public demonstration of WildCat, and Boston Dynamics hasn't detailed its plans to further develop the quadruped."

More info: http://goo.gl/9YaRH8

The world's fastest running robot is off the leash

"A relative of Boston Dynamics' Cheetah robot, which last year managed to outpace the world's fastest man Usain Bolt on a treadmill, is now able to run outdoors untethered. Named the WildCat, the outdoor runner is funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), and is being developed for military use. With a large (and loud) motor attached, WildCat isn't as fast as its 28mph-plus cousin — it's currently limited to around 16mph on flat terrain. Despite being announced last year, this is the first public demonstration of WildCat, and Boston Dynamics hasn't detailed its plans to further develop the quadruped."

More info: http://goo.gl/9YaRH8___

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2013-10-01 00:43:23 (3 comments, 5 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

JELLYFISH TERMINATOR ROBOTS SUCK UP TO 2K POUNDS OF JELLIES PER HOUR

"This is a team of unmanned swimming robots designed to scour an area and grind up all the jellyfish they find. And they've got the chops (literally) to suck up jellyfish at a rate of 900 kilograms—nearly 2,000 pounds—an hour.

The invention comes from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Engineer Hyeon Myeong and colleagues developed it to help clear fishing waters of jellyfish blooms. Jellyfish populations have exploded over the past 10 years as overfishing opened up new ecological spaces for jellies, Yale Environment 360 reported in 2011. Jellies are a part of many healthy ocean ecosystems, but if an area has too many of them, the blobby predators will further deplete fish populations by gobbling up fish eggs and plankton fish would otherwise eat. They're especially apro... more »

JELLYFISH TERMINATOR ROBOTS SUCK UP TO 2K POUNDS OF JELLIES PER HOUR

"This is a team of unmanned swimming robots designed to scour an area and grind up all the jellyfish they find. And they've got the chops (literally) to suck up jellyfish at a rate of 900 kilograms—nearly 2,000 pounds—an hour.

The invention comes from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Engineer Hyeon Myeong and colleagues developed it to help clear fishing waters of jellyfish blooms. Jellyfish populations have exploded over the past 10 years as overfishing opened up new ecological spaces for jellies, Yale Environment 360 reported in 2011. Jellies are a part of many healthy ocean ecosystems, but if an area has too many of them, the blobby predators will further deplete fish populations by gobbling up fish eggs and plankton fish would otherwise eat. They're especially a problem in northern Asia. In Korea, they cost the fishing industry 300 billion won (about $280,000) a year, according to KAIST.___

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