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NovoPulp1,256Yes it is finally here! @107781032288819724254 (aka +#G+SF Anthologies), though @104121833908982880351 - Press Division, has published their first book: *_NovoPulp 2013/2014 Anthology._*  http://www.NovoPulp.com/store  To celebrate we are having a Launch Party HOA. SATURDAY 29th OF MARCH 2014 EST: 19:00 GMT: 23:00 SUNDAY 30th of MARCH 2014 CET: 00:00 AEDT: 10:00 READINGS FROM: @101942254766672606204  @108429362865809614439  OTHER GUESTS INCLUDE: @111830327627461921997  For those who don't know here is a little synopsis on the NovoPulp project: _Let’s bring back the best days of Pulp: Fiction written by and for those who love the genre. Pushing boundaries, asking the questions, demanding the answers, and even providing some._ _We collect, anthologise, and produce one volume a year of the very best Speculative Fiction that G+ can provide. All comers are welcome – we want everyone to have the chance to put their ideas before the world, to be the one who saw what the rest of us didn’t – or wouldn’t – and so change the world..._ *If you enjoy speculative fiction and great artwork you are in for a treat.* Even if you can't attend the HOA, if you can spread the word about the event or the book we would really appreciate it. You can find images and code for your website here: http://www.NovoPulp.com/spread-the-word To those that can make it please join us at the first NovoPulp Launch Party HOA this weekend (the 29th/30th of March 2014 - depending on your timezone). Notification Notice: If you were notified it is because you have circled the @107781032288819724254 (aka +#G+SF Anthology) page. We endeavour to keep these notifications to an absolute minimum, but if you would like to be removed or added to our notification circle please let us know. If you would like to be notified more frequently of NovoPulp news then please subscribe to our newsletter (http://eepurl.com/C_-Qf) or join our public Google+ community (https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/115593955852120500953).    Thank you for all your support over the last two years :DNovoPulp 2013/2014 Anthology Launch Party HOA2014-03-30 00:00:0033  

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2015-10-16 00:25:16 (63 comments; 1 reshares; 48 +1s)Open 

So, I have cancer.

I don't post a lot about my health or personal stuff. Mostly I talk about neat science, neat things, and neat people, but I need to do this to clear the air. 

I've lost a lot of weight (seventy pounds!) since April and have been working on getting healthier, mostly due to a lot of back pain and general tiredness I thought needed addressing. I was rather proud of how much weight I'd lost, and the increase in my range of motion, but I was still very tired all the time. To the point I needed a cane for lengthy walks. and a little arthritis in my back made any sort of bending a long slow careful procedure.

When I turned fifty, my doctor scheduled me for a lot of blood work. and it turns out I'm anemic (why I'm so tried). this, plus a particular marker are both warning signs, so they also scheduled me for a colonoscopy. 

Theyf... more »

Most reshares: 14

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2015-11-12 18:55:21 (5 comments; 14 reshares; 29 +1s)Open 

nice.

Here's my layman's understanding.

Fill a tube with glass frit,  run salty water through it between membranes and induce a little electric current... this  causes clumping of salty sections and less salty sections throughout the running water as it goes through the tube. not all that useful as it's kinda dispersed. and hard to get at.

Then they figured out something awesome.  If you hit that tube with a shockwave, all the heavy clumps (the salty ones) wind up on one side, and the less heavy (clean water)  winds up on the other, easy to split off into two new pipes.

Much cheaper than boiling all the water, and collecting condensation. Much easier than pushing the water through membranes that tend to clog a lot, and need constant repair/replacement.  Much faster as you do it with running water, not batches in vats, and it  looks like it canproba... more »

Most plusones: 65

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2015-11-04 18:10:25 (12 comments; 7 reshares; 65 +1s)Open 

And it begins.

Latest 50 posts

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2016-02-05 22:37:53 (9 comments; 1 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

I brought my google cardboard into my oncology treatment room and wowed doctors, nurses and patients with a few demo apps. I was surprised no one there had even heard of the tech.

Hi , BOBOVR Z4 announced, FOV 120 °, very cool features and design, comes with stereo audio system, you can directly answer the phone, will be available in February 30th, please pay attention to my!I will continue to update the details, only $50!If you have questions, you can @me!  my email:nick@bobovr.com___I brought my google cardboard into my oncology treatment room and wowed doctors, nurses and patients with a few demo apps. I was surprised no one there had even heard of the tech.

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2016-02-04 18:14:32 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

worm tower, simple and effective.

worm tower, simple and effective.___

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2016-02-04 02:04:31 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 2 +1s)Open 

How augmented reality hololens might work for the superbowl

How augmented reality hololens might work for the superbowl___

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2016-02-03 03:27:42 (3 comments; 4 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

That was fun

That was fun___

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2016-02-01 21:56:05 (0 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

People being awesome. Totally different song.

People being awesome. Totally different song.___

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2016-02-01 18:03:56 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

People being awesome

People being awesome___

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2016-01-31 16:29:20 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

I loaded and unloaded trucks one Christmas season while going to a tech school in Dallas. Hard work. Glad a robot can do it.

I loaded and unloaded trucks one Christmas season while going to a tech school in Dallas. Hard work. Glad a robot can do it.___

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2016-01-30 20:07:05 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

RV planes being awesome

RV planes being awesome___

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2016-01-30 19:58:45 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

There is a sushi belt restaurant near my house that my kids dearly love... not as sophisticated as this, but still cool.

I've often wondered what other foods could adapt well to sushi belt tech? cafeteria food for instance... or pastry/donuts

There is a sushi belt restaurant near my house that my kids dearly love... not as sophisticated as this, but still cool.

I've often wondered what other foods could adapt well to sushi belt tech? cafeteria food for instance... or pastry/donuts___

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2016-01-29 03:12:05 (2 comments; 4 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

Now we are talking!

http://3dprintingindustry.com/2016/01/28/mayku-set-to-expand-desktop-fabbing-beyond-3d-printing/ and 

Now we are talking!

http://3dprintingindustry.com/2016/01/28/mayku-set-to-expand-desktop-fabbing-beyond-3d-printing/ and ___

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2016-01-28 00:57:00 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

I used to play go quite a bit. I even thought I was really good at it, till I met someone that was.

This is a big deal.

I used to play go quite a bit. I even thought I was really good at it, till I met someone that was.

This is a big deal.___

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2016-01-22 02:30:47 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

People being awesome

I'm a little surprised at how much I enjoyed this video.

People being awesome

I'm a little surprised at how much I enjoyed this video.___

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2016-01-16 04:38:01 (4 comments; 3 reshares; 14 +1s)Open 

"Last year, says Elmieh, he and his team took apart 600 products released since 2012 and found that 80 percent of them could be built from just 15 common electronic components."

"Last year, says Elmieh, he and his team took apart 600 products released since 2012 and found that 80 percent of them could be built from just 15 common electronic components."___

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2016-01-11 15:17:31 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

People being awesome.

People being awesome.___

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2016-01-08 23:56:49 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

ahem.

ahem.___

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2016-01-07 21:18:26 (7 comments; 0 reshares; 15 +1s)Open 

so they made a 3d print from material found in a typical asteroid, and the implication is they are working on making workstations in space that can do the same thing.

This was probably powdered, sifted, then sintered with a laser or electron gun, and another layer added. It doesn't look extruded. Wonder how it will work in microgravity? can you layer powders on a free floating ball, and use a multi axis arm with a sintering tool?

so they made a 3d print from material found in a typical asteroid, and the implication is they are working on making workstations in space that can do the same thing.

This was probably powdered, sifted, then sintered with a laser or electron gun, and another layer added. It doesn't look extruded. Wonder how it will work in microgravity? can you layer powders on a free floating ball, and use a multi axis arm with a sintering tool?___

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2016-01-07 18:51:48 (0 comments; 1 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

went to the website http://www.growingpower.org/

 it started out in 1993 as a way to give Milwaukee teens something constructive and educational to do. They sell kits on their online store for starting such a thing up. 

truly people being awesome.

+Nadia Korths  is this the kind of thing you are looking for? 

Food-related and pretty (re)generative

http://inhabitat.com/growing-power-raises-100000-fish-and-1-million-pounds-of-food-year-round-on-just-3-acres/ ___went to the website http://www.growingpower.org/

 it started out in 1993 as a way to give Milwaukee teens something constructive and educational to do. They sell kits on their online store for starting such a thing up. 

truly people being awesome.

2016-01-01 21:38:02 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

Hoppin' John.
ham, black eyed peas, spinach and rice mixed with spices. 
Ham for health, spinach for money, peas for luck.

serious stick to your ribs stuff. should be the first thing you eat on new years (really good after midnight to sober up a little and absorb all the alcohol, but since I didn't drink I made it for breakfast) 

Skippin' Jenny is leftover Hoppin' Johns to be eaten anytime on the 2nd for frugalily and a reminder not to waste.

Hoppin' John.
ham, black eyed peas, spinach and rice mixed with spices. 
Ham for health, spinach for money, peas for luck.

serious stick to your ribs stuff. should be the first thing you eat on new years (really good after midnight to sober up a little and absorb all the alcohol, but since I didn't drink I made it for breakfast) 

Skippin' Jenny is leftover Hoppin' Johns to be eaten anytime on the 2nd for frugalily and a reminder not to waste.___

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2015-12-30 04:15:37 (3 comments; 5 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

a 3d printed sundial whose shadow makes a digital readout. how low-tech/high-tech cool is that?

a 3d printed sundial whose shadow makes a digital readout. how low-tech/high-tech cool is that?___

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2015-12-24 05:18:31 (2 comments; 2 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

people being awesome

people being awesome___

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2015-12-23 18:19:00 (8 comments; 4 reshares; 37 +1s)Open 

orangutan being awesome


Now get her out of that damned cage.

orangutan being awesome


Now get her out of that damned cage.___

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2015-12-23 03:58:03 (0 comments; 2 reshares; 9 +1s)Open 

umm.

umm.___

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2015-12-23 03:18:39 (2 comments; 5 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

awesome. simply awesome.
I used to have a program called "The toy shop" from Broderbund. years ago.(windows 95) I built the merry-go-round, the steam engine, the zoetrope and a lot of the simpler toys. I must have made and painted five of those carousels over the years. I still have the files.

THIS reminds me of a better version of that.

 here's a link to the kickstarter
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/978262034/ugears-self-moving-mechanical-models

awesome. simply awesome.
I used to have a program called "The toy shop" from Broderbund. years ago.(windows 95) I built the merry-go-round, the steam engine, the zoetrope and a lot of the simpler toys. I must have made and painted five of those carousels over the years. I still have the files.

THIS reminds me of a better version of that.

 here's a link to the kickstarter
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/978262034/ugears-self-moving-mechanical-models___

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2015-12-22 15:18:27 (2 comments; 3 reshares; 20 +1s)Open 

The world just keeps getting more interesting. This fish is a bottom feeder with little "legs" and the ability to launch itself straight out of the water and glide a short distance. It can croak like a frog, and apparently tastes good in soups and stews. 

Sea Robin
Sea robins have six spiny "legs", three on each side. These legs are actually flexible spines that were once part of the pectoral fin. During development, the spines separate from the rest of the fin, developing into feeler-like "forelegs".[4] The pectoral fins have been thought to let the fish "walk" on the bottom, but are really used to explore the bottom in search of food.[5] The first three rays of the pectoral fins are membrane-free and used forchemoreception being highly sensitive to amino acids prevalent in marine invertebrates.[6][7]
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Triglidae
http://giphy.com/gifs/post-sea-rmarinebiologygifs-h1N7t9g1qyI9O ___The world just keeps getting more interesting. This fish is a bottom feeder with little "legs" and the ability to launch itself straight out of the water and glide a short distance. It can croak like a frog, and apparently tastes good in soups and stews. 

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2015-12-21 20:57:51 (4 comments; 0 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

Things that impress the hell out of me. 

Things that impress the hell out of me. ___

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2015-12-11 16:10:39 (2 comments; 1 reshares; 18 +1s)Open 

“Do not hurt where holding is enough;
Do not wound where hurting is enough;
Do not maim where wounding is enough;
and kill not where maiming is enough;
The greatest warrior is he who does not need to kill”

Oath of peace, "Chronicles of Thomas Covenant" by Stephen Donaldson.

“Do not hurt where holding is enough;
Do not wound where hurting is enough;
Do not maim where wounding is enough;
and kill not where maiming is enough;
The greatest warrior is he who does not need to kill”

Oath of peace, "Chronicles of Thomas Covenant" by Stephen Donaldson.___

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2015-12-03 02:56:07 (3 comments; 5 reshares; 27 +1s)Open 

THIS is why I want Augmented reality. An end to screens. I can have as many as I want. each as big as I need. For work, for watching tv, for playing games. Some of them framed, some of them full 3d illusions.

I'll have a very comfy chair facing a white wall. but I still want and need a real full sized keyboard to get things done.

#MadeWithHololens
A collection of Microsoft developers have been sharing examples of their work made with the mixed reality platform Hololens, demonstrating how the technology could work in a domestic setting including Windows interfaces and 3D video.
More Here: http://prostheticknowledge.tumblr.com/post/134400953776/madewithhololens-a-collection-of-microsoft___THIS is why I want Augmented reality. An end to screens. I can have as many as I want. each as big as I need. For work, for watching tv, for playing games. Some of them framed, some of them full 3d illusions.

I'll have a very comfy chair facing a white wall. but I still want and need a real full sized keyboard to get things done.

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2015-12-02 19:48:50 (1 comments; 0 reshares; 6 +1s)Open 

My current favorite explanation of what's going on.

My current favorite explanation of what's going on.___

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2015-12-01 06:17:01 (2 comments; 0 reshares; 1 +1s)Open 

You forgot the big craving for a Muffaletta sandwich. I even looked online for a local restaurant that had one and went there. They said they had one, but it was just a ham and cheese panini with an olive spread.

You forgot the big craving for a Muffaletta sandwich. I even looked online for a local restaurant that had one and went there. They said they had one, but it was just a ham and cheese panini with an olive spread.___

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2015-11-18 05:14:36 (3 comments; 2 reshares; 5 +1s)Open 

wow.
move the mouse around in the video.

wow.
move the mouse around in the video.___

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2015-11-17 04:10:13 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

 yes, its virtual avatars standing around a virtual gaming table, and playing dungeons and dragons virtually. 

think of it more like a connected skype call or hangout, only with avatars and lots of tools for gaming incorporated.

This would be awesome.... #IWantThat ___ yes, its virtual avatars standing around a virtual gaming table, and playing dungeons and dragons virtually. 

think of it more like a connected skype call or hangout, only with avatars and lots of tools for gaming incorporated.

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2015-11-15 20:21:35 (2 comments; 8 reshares; 25 +1s)Open 

clever.

clever.___

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2015-11-14 20:10:17 (1 comments; 3 reshares; 13 +1s)Open 

origami engineering. 

I always think of laser cutting things like wood or acrylics when I see this, with living hinges scored very precisely by the laser.

origami engineering. 

I always think of laser cutting things like wood or acrylics when I see this, with living hinges scored very precisely by the laser.___

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2015-11-14 04:07:38 (0 comments; 3 reshares; 19 +1s)Open 

clever. 

___clever. 

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2015-11-13 01:26:59 (6 comments; 1 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

three thousand dollars.

Sigh. If you want to be a millionaire, sell to the rich. If you want to be a billionaire, sell to the poor.

three thousand dollars.

Sigh. If you want to be a millionaire, sell to the rich. If you want to be a billionaire, sell to the poor.___

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2015-11-12 20:17:55 (1 comments; 8 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

Its like those awesome chemstry sets they used to have when I was kid... not really that powerful, but it let you do some neat experiments. More beakers and test tubes than acids and bases.

THIS kit is something that lets you modify the DNA of simple yeasts and bacteria, with some instructions on some of the more basic experiments.

You won't be turning yeast into the blob with this kit (er... not without some serious doctorate level work, a lot more equipment, and a complete lack of ethics) but you might make a new kind of sourdough.

Its like those awesome chemstry sets they used to have when I was kid... not really that powerful, but it let you do some neat experiments. More beakers and test tubes than acids and bases.

THIS kit is something that lets you modify the DNA of simple yeasts and bacteria, with some instructions on some of the more basic experiments.

You won't be turning yeast into the blob with this kit (er... not without some serious doctorate level work, a lot more equipment, and a complete lack of ethics) but you might make a new kind of sourdough.___

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2015-11-12 18:55:21 (5 comments; 14 reshares; 29 +1s)Open 

nice.

Here's my layman's understanding.

Fill a tube with glass frit,  run salty water through it between membranes and induce a little electric current... this  causes clumping of salty sections and less salty sections throughout the running water as it goes through the tube. not all that useful as it's kinda dispersed. and hard to get at.

Then they figured out something awesome.  If you hit that tube with a shockwave, all the heavy clumps (the salty ones) wind up on one side, and the less heavy (clean water)  winds up on the other, easy to split off into two new pipes.

Much cheaper than boiling all the water, and collecting condensation. Much easier than pushing the water through membranes that tend to clog a lot, and need constant repair/replacement.  Much faster as you do it with running water, not batches in vats, and it  looks like it canproba... more »

nice.

Here's my layman's understanding.

Fill a tube with glass frit,  run salty water through it between membranes and induce a little electric current... this  causes clumping of salty sections and less salty sections throughout the running water as it goes through the tube. not all that useful as it's kinda dispersed. and hard to get at.

Then they figured out something awesome.  If you hit that tube with a shockwave, all the heavy clumps (the salty ones) wind up on one side, and the less heavy (clean water)  winds up on the other, easy to split off into two new pipes.

Much cheaper than boiling all the water, and collecting condensation. Much easier than pushing the water through membranes that tend to clog a lot, and need constant repair/replacement.  Much faster as you do it with running water, not batches in vats, and it  looks like it can probably scale.___

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2015-11-11 18:57:49 (3 comments; 5 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

people being awesome.

people being awesome.___

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2015-11-04 21:44:05 (3 comments; 7 reshares; 26 +1s)Open 

People being awesome.

This video seems to prove that music has a power over us that we hardly understand.

It speaks to our souls in a way that perhaps nothing else can.___People being awesome.

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2015-11-04 20:14:19 (5 comments; 2 reshares; 12 +1s)Open 

Open source plans for making large atriums/community centers in dome focused tiny-home villages. 

Domes. Domes rock.

Open source plans for making large atriums/community centers in dome focused tiny-home villages. 

Domes. Domes rock.___

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2015-11-04 18:10:25 (12 comments; 7 reshares; 65 +1s)Open 

And it begins.

And it begins.___

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2015-10-24 04:48:29 (1 comments; 7 reshares; 17 +1s)Open 

people being awesome

people being awesome___

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2015-10-22 16:07:42 (13 comments; 5 reshares; 28 +1s)Open 

Less than five years ago a robot arm this versatile would cost more than ten times this.

This is a bigger deal than it seems.

Less than five years ago a robot arm this versatile would cost more than ten times this.

This is a bigger deal than it seems.___

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2015-10-21 01:03:33 (2 comments; 11 reshares; 24 +1s)Open 

Augmented reality is coming.
sooner than you think.
and its going to be awesome.

Augmented reality is coming.
sooner than you think.
and its going to be awesome.___

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2015-10-16 13:22:57 (1 comments; 1 reshares; 7 +1s)Open 

modular robots becoming more versatile.
 here's a nice kickstarter

modular robots becoming more versatile.
 here's a nice kickstarter___

2015-10-16 00:25:16 (63 comments; 1 reshares; 48 +1s)Open 

So, I have cancer.

I don't post a lot about my health or personal stuff. Mostly I talk about neat science, neat things, and neat people, but I need to do this to clear the air. 

I've lost a lot of weight (seventy pounds!) since April and have been working on getting healthier, mostly due to a lot of back pain and general tiredness I thought needed addressing. I was rather proud of how much weight I'd lost, and the increase in my range of motion, but I was still very tired all the time. To the point I needed a cane for lengthy walks. and a little arthritis in my back made any sort of bending a long slow careful procedure.

When I turned fifty, my doctor scheduled me for a lot of blood work. and it turns out I'm anemic (why I'm so tried). this, plus a particular marker are both warning signs, so they also scheduled me for a colonoscopy. 

Theyf... more »

So, I have cancer.

I don't post a lot about my health or personal stuff. Mostly I talk about neat science, neat things, and neat people, but I need to do this to clear the air. 

I've lost a lot of weight (seventy pounds!) since April and have been working on getting healthier, mostly due to a lot of back pain and general tiredness I thought needed addressing. I was rather proud of how much weight I'd lost, and the increase in my range of motion, but I was still very tired all the time. To the point I needed a cane for lengthy walks. and a little arthritis in my back made any sort of bending a long slow careful procedure.

When I turned fifty, my doctor scheduled me for a lot of blood work. and it turns out I'm anemic (why I'm so tried). this, plus a particular marker are both warning signs, so they also scheduled me for a colonoscopy. 

They found a growth inside my colon, which prompted the requirement for a CT scan for more info. meantime they start doing biopsies on the growth and a bunch of other tests.

If this little 3cm growth has not penetrated the fatty lining of my colon, it's stage one cancer, if it has penetrated, but not into the muscle, stage two, in the muscle stage three. If they find any other organs with cancer, stage four.

Stage one, two, and three means surgery to remove a chunk of my colon. stage four means chemotherapy to shrink the cancers down before even considering surgery

Well the little thing in my colon would be stage one. nothing in the fatty lining, nothing in the muscle... except my liver turns out to be covered with lumpy spots. Jump straight to stage four. Colon cancer metastasized to the liver. 

Every day for the last couple weeks has involved a trip to the doctor over something. colonoscopy, ct scans, blood tests, introductions to doctors, nurses and skilled professionals. 

Yesterday after work (flexible hours, yay!) I had surgery to install a port in my chest (think of it as a chemical USB port so they no longer need to stick needles in my arms, it's a direct connection to a major artery for fast delivery of the chemo stuff. it feels like someone slid a  bottle cap under the skin on the right side of my chest. 

Today after work I got an infusion of iron to maybe help how tired I've been... The room I was in is very likely going to be the same room I will be doing the chemo in next Tuesday, and nothing else is scheduled.

Other than the liver and colon, all my organs and vital signs are fine. Back pains mostly gone. All signs indicate my diabetes is completely managed, with my numbers almost perfect in every test, to the point I'm not even taking metformin at the moment, but will resume one pill a day soon.  Technically if it wasn't for the cancer I'd be pretty damned healthy for 50.  


If you want to follow what's going on, my wife +Jenn Kirkland  is the go to source.

 I'm going to go back to talking about neat science, neat things, and neat people.___

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2015-10-15 16:57:43 (5 comments; 11 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

Imagine instead of an assembly line, you have a big table top made of this, with the objects flowing back and forth to the stations they are needed, and the table itself doing partial assembly.

Imagine instead of an assembly line, you have a big table top made of this, with the objects flowing back and forth to the stations they are needed, and the table itself doing partial assembly.___

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2015-10-08 03:16:34 (1 comments; 6 reshares; 11 +1s)Open 

an amazing video with multiple clever ideas.

My favorite: using a graphene cable as a conductor of geothermal heat. 

an amazing video with multiple clever ideas.

My favorite: using a graphene cable as a conductor of geothermal heat. ___

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2015-10-03 18:17:05 (1 comments; 6 reshares; 16 +1s)Open 

About time someone on the New York Times pointed this out. 

About time someone on the New York Times pointed this out. ___

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