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Kurt Vega

Kurt Vega 

The Impossible is Now Probable

Occupation: Chief Connectivist, Social Media and Web Consultant, Adjunct Faculty at Fashion Institute of Technology, Corporate and Academic Presentations & Training, Policies, Strategy, Implementation & O (Dragon's Hearth)

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Peeragogy Project298Welcome to the 8-week Peeragogy Accelerator! Bring your collaborative project to the hive and well, _accelerate_ it! *Details* Cycle: 8 weeks on, 4 weeks off; 8 weeks on, etc. First quarter started June 2, 2014 (_join any time_) Cost: Free!  (Optional infrastructure fee/donation) Medium: Hangouts (or Unhangouts or _chatb.org_) Time: 1PM US EDT (6 PM UTC) Accelerator materials adapted from https://archive.org/details/TheOpenBook / http://peeragogy.org/peeragogy-in-action/  See these pages for details. Weekly Preamble 1) Review what was supposed to happen; 2) Establish what is happening; 3) Determine what’s right and wrong with what we are doing; 4) What did we learn or change? 5) What else should we change going forward? *Week 2 (June 9)* – Roles, patterns and anti-patterns that emerge in our projects. We'll start an annotated, collaborative list. *Week 1 (June 2)* – We set the initial challenge and started building a framework for accountability and participation. Further details: http://commonsabundance.net/groups/peeragogy/ http://peeragogy.org/peeragogy-in-action/Peeragogy Accelerator: Week 2 - Roles, patterns and anti-patterns2014-06-09 19:15:0011  
Reinventors Network830,112Here's a really hard problem that Larry Lessig is not sure how to solve: "Let's assume we've got a fundamentally corrupt government, in the precise sense that the dependence upon "funders" corrupts the intended dependence upon "the people alone," and that too many within that system are too deeply connected to it to push for its change. That means any effective movement for change has got to come from the outside. How would a grassroots movement in the Internet Age create the pressure such a change would require? How would the people who brought the Internet to scale tackle this problem?" Joining Larry in his effort is a veritable who's who of internet know-how, the folks who have built & scaled networks for change: internet pioneer Tim O'Reilly, Change.org Founder Ben Rattray, Moveon.org Executive Director Anna Galland, VC Brad Burnham, Executive Producer of TED Media June Cohen, Bram Cohen, creator of BitTorrent, and Markos Moulitsas, Founder of Daily Kos. Reinvent Money in Politics2013-07-11 20:00:00191  

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2015-08-20 22:38:14 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Time for a break ... been a long day ..

via: senorgif.com

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2015-06-11 23:17:06 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

At Least There Is Symmetry

If an atom absorbs a photon, it’s obvious that the photon must haven been emitted by an atom or molecule at some earlier time. On the other hand, if an atom emits a photon, does that mean it must be absorbed by another atom at some point in the future? Intuitively that seems like a very odd idea, as if a flashlight couldn’t shine unless there was a wall for it to shine upon. And yet physics would seem to imply that if absorbed photons must be emitted, emitted photons must be absorbed. It all comes down to the time symmetry of physics, and it was a topic of Richard Feynman’s doctoral dissertation.

One of the basic ideas in physics is that simple interactions between objects are symmetric under time reversal. For example, suppose you made a video of two billiard balls colliding and bouncing off each other. If you played the video backwards, itwould... more »

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2015-06-08 18:53:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

A brief and beautiful bit of science via +Colossal: the bacteria on an 8-year-old's handprint. If you read through the comments at the original source (http://www.microbeworld.org/component/jlibrary/?view=article&id=13867), creator Tasha Sturm gives the details of the process she used to make this, in case you want to take and culture a handprint as a memory of your own children.

(It's not exactly something you would normally do at home, since it requires a temperature-controlled place for it to incubate and the result is a biohazard, but knowing my readers, there are probably several of you who are thinking "I could set that up with my jam-making supplies in ten minutes!" or something.)

It's worth remembering that most of these bacteria aren't particularly dangerous; our world, and our bodies, are chock-full of them. But when you let them grow up to... more »

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2015-09-03 02:33:57 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

This is awesome news. Technics Turntables have to be the highest quality product Panasonic ever created. Come on vinyl comeback!

This is awesome news. Technics Turntables have to be the highest quality product Panasonic ever created. Come on vinyl comeback!___

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2015-09-01 17:54:49 (1 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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2015-09-01 17:51:26 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

How to Watermelon Juice
http://imgur.com/gallery/xrWiv

That's one way to do it ...

How to Watermelon Juice
http://imgur.com/gallery/xrWiv

That's one way to do it ...___

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2015-09-01 17:47:55 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

+Joan Vega 

___+Joan Vega 

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2015-08-20 22:57:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Suzuki Shonen

Suzuki Shonen___

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2015-08-20 22:46:23 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Здорово !!!

Здорово !!!___

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2015-08-20 22:40:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

These words so moved me in my reading this morning, I needed to create something to honor them.

These words so moved me in my reading this morning, I needed to create something to honor them.___

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2015-08-20 22:38:14 (2 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Time for a break ... been a long day ..

via: senorgif.com

Time for a break ... been a long day ..

via: senorgif.com___

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2015-08-17 16:28:35 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

At Least There Is Symmetry

If an atom absorbs a photon, it’s obvious that the photon must haven been emitted by an atom or molecule at some earlier time. On the other hand, if an atom emits a photon, does that mean it must be absorbed by another atom at some point in the future? Intuitively that seems like a very odd idea, as if a flashlight couldn’t shine unless there was a wall for it to shine upon. And yet physics would seem to imply that if absorbed photons must be emitted, emitted photons must be absorbed. It all comes down to the time symmetry of physics, and it was a topic of Richard Feynman’s doctoral dissertation.

One of the basic ideas in physics is that simple interactions between objects are symmetric under time reversal. For example, suppose you made a video of two billiard balls colliding and bouncing off each other. If you played the video backwards, itwould... more »

At Least There Is Symmetry

If an atom absorbs a photon, it’s obvious that the photon must haven been emitted by an atom or molecule at some earlier time. On the other hand, if an atom emits a photon, does that mean it must be absorbed by another atom at some point in the future? Intuitively that seems like a very odd idea, as if a flashlight couldn’t shine unless there was a wall for it to shine upon. And yet physics would seem to imply that if absorbed photons must be emitted, emitted photons must be absorbed. It all comes down to the time symmetry of physics, and it was a topic of Richard Feynman’s doctoral dissertation.

One of the basic ideas in physics is that simple interactions between objects are symmetric under time reversal. For example, suppose you made a video of two billiard balls colliding and bouncing off each other. If you played the video backwards, it would still look like two billiard balls colliding. For a simple interaction you have no way to determine which version of the video was the “forwards” one, and which was the “backwards” one. When you apply this to interactions between electrons and photons, the absorption of a photon looks exactly like the emission of a photon “played backwards.” This means if an absorbed photon must be emitted, by time symmetry an emitted photon must be absorbed.

This idea becomes even more bizarre if you consider astronomical distances. If you were to look up at the Andromeda Galaxy in the night sky, you see light that has traveled for about 2.5 million years. That means a particular photon emitted by a star in Andromeda 2.5 million years ago must have somehow “known” that it would reach your eye. In fact, because of relativity, from the photon’s perspective your eye absorbed it the instant it was emitted by a star. You might balk at that idea, but if we reversed things you’d have no trouble with the idea that the light you see was emitted 2.5 million years ago. In relativity, the two are the same, since cause and effect depend upon your vantage point.

What Feynman showed was that despite it’s oddness, the requirement that emitted light be absorbed doesn’t violate causality. It came to be known as Wheeler–Feynman absorber theory (John Wheeler was Feynman’s advisor). There were some problems with the model, however. In particular Feynman assumed that charges couldn’t self-interact. In other words, an electron couldn’t emit a photon only to reabsorb it later. Of course there’s no real reason why that should be forbidden, but if you allow it in the theory you get a divergence of interactions and the model breaks down. This led Feynman to abandon the model eventually, but it was deeply influential in his development of quantum electrodynamics, for which he was awarded the Nobel prize.

So is it the case that any emitted photon must be absorbed? We aren’t sure, but we can’t rule out the idea either. It might just be that when we observe light from the most distant galaxies, the photons we detect are simply arriving at the destination they had all along.

Paper: Wheeler, J. A.; Feynman, R. P. Interaction with the Absorber as the Mechanism of Radiation. Reviews of Modern Physics 17 (2–3): 157–161 (1945)___

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2015-08-12 14:31:34 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2015-08-12 14:30:16 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Zen of Small Tasks: Mr Bliss

It was wednesday, and already the third cup of coffee was well behind him, together with some cheese and cheddar. The sky was a beautiful mix of clouds and blue, normally, it would have been the perfect day to embark on an excursion.

It's just, there was a short fragment of a thought still lingering, a small remainder of something larger and quite spectacular, a great idea no less almost fully formed upon the first light of morning - and now - a couple of hours later, it has somehow managed to lodge itself just beyond grasp.

What book would need to be consulted, what maps to peruse, what taxonomies, geometris and topologies of thought to be examined, what paths to be traced?

Or, was this finally the opening statement, the first part of a generative sequence, connecting the dots of the as of yet whimsical, free-wheeling zen... more »

Zen of Small Tasks: Mr Bliss

It was wednesday, and already the third cup of coffee was well behind him, together with some cheese and cheddar. The sky was a beautiful mix of clouds and blue, normally, it would have been the perfect day to embark on an excursion.

It's just, there was a short fragment of a thought still lingering, a small remainder of something larger and quite spectacular, a great idea no less almost fully formed upon the first light of morning - and now - a couple of hours later, it has somehow managed to lodge itself just beyond grasp.

What book would need to be consulted, what maps to peruse, what taxonomies, geometris and topologies of thought to be examined, what paths to be traced?

Or, was this finally the opening statement, the first part of a generative sequence, connecting the dots of the as of yet whimsical, free-wheeling zen of small tasks thingies?___

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2015-06-25 13:47:36 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

شش پایه‌ی اصلی دنیای جدید
طراحی. داستان‌سازی. هماهنگی و همنوایی. همدلی. بازی و جنبه‌های تفریحی. ایجاد معنا

شش پایه‌ی اصلی دنیای جدید
طراحی. داستان‌سازی. هماهنگی و همنوایی. همدلی. بازی و جنبه‌های تفریحی. ایجاد معنا___

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2015-06-25 13:46:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

by Saelan Wangsa Full - https://goo.gl/0sbSGp
#wildlife #nature #tiger #reflection  

by Saelan Wangsa Full - https://goo.gl/0sbSGp
#wildlife #nature #tiger #reflection  ___

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2015-06-11 23:19:44 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Beautiful Photos of Various Items Neatly Arranged in a Pleasingly Decided Order

Beautiful Photos of Various Items Neatly Arranged in a Pleasingly Decided Order___

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2015-06-11 23:18:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

RIP you glorious gentleman.

I'd say he had a good run. And right now I imagine Satan reading the news, realising he's going to get his ass kicked AND be dethroned by the biggest badass of them all. 

RIP you glorious gentleman.

I'd say he had a good run. And right now I imagine Satan reading the news, realising he's going to get his ass kicked AND be dethroned by the biggest badass of them all. ___

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2015-06-11 23:17:06 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

At Least There Is Symmetry

If an atom absorbs a photon, it’s obvious that the photon must haven been emitted by an atom or molecule at some earlier time. On the other hand, if an atom emits a photon, does that mean it must be absorbed by another atom at some point in the future? Intuitively that seems like a very odd idea, as if a flashlight couldn’t shine unless there was a wall for it to shine upon. And yet physics would seem to imply that if absorbed photons must be emitted, emitted photons must be absorbed. It all comes down to the time symmetry of physics, and it was a topic of Richard Feynman’s doctoral dissertation.

One of the basic ideas in physics is that simple interactions between objects are symmetric under time reversal. For example, suppose you made a video of two billiard balls colliding and bouncing off each other. If you played the video backwards, itwould... more »

At Least There Is Symmetry

If an atom absorbs a photon, it’s obvious that the photon must haven been emitted by an atom or molecule at some earlier time. On the other hand, if an atom emits a photon, does that mean it must be absorbed by another atom at some point in the future? Intuitively that seems like a very odd idea, as if a flashlight couldn’t shine unless there was a wall for it to shine upon. And yet physics would seem to imply that if absorbed photons must be emitted, emitted photons must be absorbed. It all comes down to the time symmetry of physics, and it was a topic of Richard Feynman’s doctoral dissertation.

One of the basic ideas in physics is that simple interactions between objects are symmetric under time reversal. For example, suppose you made a video of two billiard balls colliding and bouncing off each other. If you played the video backwards, it would still look like two billiard balls colliding. For a simple interaction you have no way to determine which version of the video was the “forwards” one, and which was the “backwards” one. When you apply this to interactions between electrons and photons, the absorption of a photon looks exactly like the emission of a photon “played backwards.” This means if an absorbed photon must be emitted, by time symmetry an emitted photon must be absorbed.

This idea becomes even more bizarre if you consider astronomical distances. If you were to look up at the Andromeda Galaxy in the night sky, you see light that has traveled for about 2.5 million years. That means a particular photon emitted by a star in Andromeda 2.5 million years ago must have somehow “known” that it would reach your eye. In fact, because of relativity, from the photon’s perspective your eye absorbed it the instant it was emitted by a star. You might balk at that idea, but if we reversed things you’d have no trouble with the idea that the light you see was emitted 2.5 million years ago. In relativity, the two are the same, since cause and effect depend upon your vantage point.

What Feynman showed was that despite it’s oddness, the requirement that emitted light be absorbed doesn’t violate causality. It came to be known as Wheeler–Feynman absorber theory (John Wheeler was Feynman’s advisor). There were some problems with the model, however. In particular Feynman assumed that charges couldn’t self-interact. In other words, an electron couldn’t emit a photon only to reabsorb it later. Of course there’s no real reason why that should be forbidden, but if you allow it in the theory you get a divergence of interactions and the model breaks down. This led Feynman to abandon the model eventually, but it was deeply influential in his development of quantum electrodynamics, for which he was awarded the Nobel prize.

So is it the case that any emitted photon must be absorbed? We aren’t sure, but we can’t rule out the idea either. It might just be that when we observe light from the most distant galaxies, the photons we detect are simply arriving at the destination they had all along.

Paper: Wheeler, J. A.; Feynman, R. P. Interaction with the Absorber as the Mechanism of Radiation. Reviews of Modern Physics 17 (2–3): 157–161 (1945)___

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2015-06-11 23:16:04 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The Smithsonian Digitizes & Lets You Download 40,000 Works of Asian and American Art. And, I feel fine...

The Smithsonian Digitizes & Lets You Download 40,000 Works of Asian and American Art. And, I feel fine...___

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2015-06-11 23:14:11 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

NYTimes: Ornette Coleman Dies at 85; Composer and Saxophonist Reshaped Jazz

NYTimes: Ornette Coleman Dies at 85; Composer and Saxophonist Reshaped Jazz___

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2015-06-10 16:11:24 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Thumbs Up!

Thumbs Up!___

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2015-06-10 15:05:28 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

3D printed faucet designs
http://www.3ders.org/articles/20150606-american-standard-announces-innovative-new-metal-3d-printed-faucet-designs.html

Not bad :)

3D printed faucet designs
http://www.3ders.org/articles/20150606-american-standard-announces-innovative-new-metal-3d-printed-faucet-designs.html

Not bad :)___

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2015-06-10 13:50:29 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Ready to see the solar system from a different perspective than ever before? See Asterank in 3D.
Source – Chrome Experiments
Lots of attention is focused on non-fossil fuel alternative energy sources such as solar energy or wind farms. But what about mining mineral rich asteroids? The Google engineer Ian Webster created Asterank for the visualization of asteroids in the inner solar system. According to Google Chrome,”Asterank is an astronomically accurate interactive visualization of our inner solar system. It displays thousands of asteroids along with economic appraisals of top space mining prospects.” The tool was acquired by the asteroid mining company Planetary Resources in 2013.

Stay tuned to Raw Science TV for an upcoming exploration of the future of the asteroid mining industry.
http://www.rawscience.tv/visualize-asteroids-in-3d-for-space-mining-prospects

Ready to see the solar system from a different perspective than ever before? See Asterank in 3D.
Source – Chrome Experiments
Lots of attention is focused on non-fossil fuel alternative energy sources such as solar energy or wind farms. But what about mining mineral rich asteroids? The Google engineer Ian Webster created Asterank for the visualization of asteroids in the inner solar system. According to Google Chrome,”Asterank is an astronomically accurate interactive visualization of our inner solar system. It displays thousands of asteroids along with economic appraisals of top space mining prospects.” The tool was acquired by the asteroid mining company Planetary Resources in 2013.

Stay tuned to Raw Science TV for an upcoming exploration of the future of the asteroid mining industry.
http://www.rawscience.tv/visualize-asteroids-in-3d-for-space-mining-prospects___

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2015-06-10 13:49:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

21C Enaction: Mind

"You are addicted to thoughts."
-- +Alan Watts 

21C Enaction: Mind

"You are addicted to thoughts."
-- +Alan Watts ___

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2015-06-08 18:53:53 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 2 +1s)Open 

A brief and beautiful bit of science via +Colossal: the bacteria on an 8-year-old's handprint. If you read through the comments at the original source (http://www.microbeworld.org/component/jlibrary/?view=article&id=13867), creator Tasha Sturm gives the details of the process she used to make this, in case you want to take and culture a handprint as a memory of your own children.

(It's not exactly something you would normally do at home, since it requires a temperature-controlled place for it to incubate and the result is a biohazard, but knowing my readers, there are probably several of you who are thinking "I could set that up with my jam-making supplies in ten minutes!" or something.)

It's worth remembering that most of these bacteria aren't particularly dangerous; our world, and our bodies, are chock-full of them. But when you let them grow up to... more »

A brief and beautiful bit of science via +Colossal: the bacteria on an 8-year-old's handprint. If you read through the comments at the original source (http://www.microbeworld.org/component/jlibrary/?view=article&id=13867), creator Tasha Sturm gives the details of the process she used to make this, in case you want to take and culture a handprint as a memory of your own children.

(It's not exactly something you would normally do at home, since it requires a temperature-controlled place for it to incubate and the result is a biohazard, but knowing my readers, there are probably several of you who are thinking "I could set that up with my jam-making supplies in ten minutes!" or something.)

It's worth remembering that most of these bacteria aren't particularly dangerous; our world, and our bodies, are chock-full of them. But when you let them grow up to macroscopic size, you can see all sorts of beautiful shapes within.___

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2015-05-27 16:07:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Some methods for coiling cords.

Some methods for coiling cords.___

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2015-05-27 16:04:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

This is an exciting exhibition, arousing emotions, making a direct contact with the bubbling effervesce of our own animatedly agitated brilliant souls.

This is an exciting exhibition, arousing emotions, making a direct contact with the bubbling effervesce of our own animatedly agitated brilliant souls.___

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2015-05-27 03:35:54 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

L'Oréal plans to start 3D-printing human skin. "Since it nixed animal testing in 2003, the French cosmetic firm has relied on models of "reconstructed human epidermis" -- essentially skin samples grown from post-surgical donor tissues -- to evaluate the safety and efficacy of its products. Although L'Oréal's dedicated lab facilities in Lyon grow roughly 54 square feet -- or about a full cow's worth -- of skin a year, the company wants to speed up and even automate the process. That's where Organovo comes in. The San Diego -- based startup made headlines in 2014 for creating the world's first functional liver using three-dimensional printing."

L'Oréal plans to start 3D-printing human skin. "Since it nixed animal testing in 2003, the French cosmetic firm has relied on models of "reconstructed human epidermis" -- essentially skin samples grown from post-surgical donor tissues -- to evaluate the safety and efficacy of its products. Although L'Oréal's dedicated lab facilities in Lyon grow roughly 54 square feet -- or about a full cow's worth -- of skin a year, the company wants to speed up and even automate the process. That's where Organovo comes in. The San Diego -- based startup made headlines in 2014 for creating the world's first functional liver using three-dimensional printing."___

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2015-05-27 03:33:37 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Paradigm shift in treatment of addiction holds promise, thanks to epigenetics

The researchers wanted to see if they could stop addictive behavior by influencing the epigenetic markers that were triggered by withdrawal using epigenetic drugs such as the DNA methylation inhibitor, RG108.

Paradigm shift in treatment of addiction holds promise, thanks to epigenetics

The researchers wanted to see if they could stop addictive behavior by influencing the epigenetic markers that were triggered by withdrawal using epigenetic drugs such as the DNA methylation inhibitor, RG108.___

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2015-05-27 03:32:49 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

According to the IRS, the hackers had prior access to their targets’ “Social Security information, date of birth, tax filing status and street address” even before they began their attack.

According to the IRS, the hackers had prior access to their targets’ “Social Security information, date of birth, tax filing status and street address” even before they began their attack.___

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2015-05-24 02:44:37 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

The #Tesla #Gigafactory will change how the world consumes energy.

http://goo.gl/CD7OzEc

The #Tesla #Gigafactory will change how the world consumes energy.

http://goo.gl/CD7OzEc___

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2015-05-24 02:40:08 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Deep Space Industries will get propellant from asteroids

“The ability to produce long-life propellants from near Earth asteroids will enable expanded robotic and human exploration of the solar system,” said Faber. “Delivering propellants to high Earth orbit from the ground now costs $20 million to $30 million per ton, while asteroid-derived fuel, delivered to high Earth orbit, may cost as little as one tenth of current prices, making long-term space missions more practical and affordable.”

Deep Space Industries will get propellant from asteroids

“The ability to produce long-life propellants from near Earth asteroids will enable expanded robotic and human exploration of the solar system,” said Faber. “Delivering propellants to high Earth orbit from the ground now costs $20 million to $30 million per ton, while asteroid-derived fuel, delivered to high Earth orbit, may cost as little as one tenth of current prices, making long-term space missions more practical and affordable.”___

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2015-05-23 04:54:41 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Update: we're still doing this.  
“We are spending the most money as a society educating the wealthiest people" 

Update: we're still doing this.  
“We are spending the most money as a society educating the wealthiest people" ___

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2015-05-23 04:51:54 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Do you know what a fractal is?
by Spiked Math Comics
http://spikedmath.com/570.html

Do you know what a fractal is?
by Spiked Math Comics
http://spikedmath.com/570.html___

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2015-05-14 14:37:48 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Zombie apocalypse is already here!

Zombie apocalypse is already here!___

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2015-05-14 14:37:32 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

This tech brings life to bicycles and helps you be seen by drivers at night! What do you think?

This tech brings life to bicycles and helps you be seen by drivers at night! What do you think?___

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2015-05-14 14:36:45 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

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2015-05-14 14:36:30 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Beginning of SmartPhone Health Care Era
http://goo.gl/GAJz60

The smartphone is not communication device anymore with new add on smartphone soon will be fully functional medical device capable of diagnostics and controlling drug delivery. Scientist have developed Smartphone based microscope, which can detect blood borne parasite in less then 2 min.

Lets Converse: http://sciconcilium.com/category/conversations/

   #healthcare   #medicaldevices   #smartphone   #diagnostics  

Beginning of SmartPhone Health Care Era
http://goo.gl/GAJz60

The smartphone is not communication device anymore with new add on smartphone soon will be fully functional medical device capable of diagnostics and controlling drug delivery. Scientist have developed Smartphone based microscope, which can detect blood borne parasite in less then 2 min.

Lets Converse: http://sciconcilium.com/category/conversations/

   #healthcare   #medicaldevices   #smartphone   #diagnostics  ___

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2015-05-13 03:06:21 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Please see the update on Upaya Zen Center's Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund: https://www.upaya.org/2015/05/nepal-earthquake-relief-fund-update-2-may-12/

Please see the update on Upaya Zen Center's Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund: https://www.upaya.org/2015/05/nepal-earthquake-relief-fund-update-2-may-12/___

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2015-05-13 03:05:25 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Frisbee Catch - Pro
http://i.imgur.com/odgoTFs.gifv

Another good one :)

Frisbee Catch - Pro
http://i.imgur.com/odgoTFs.gifv

Another good one :)___

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2015-05-12 15:13:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Robot can suture a grape - impressive

Robot can suture a grape - impressive___

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2015-05-01 18:08:09 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Ridvan Celik
پدر

Ridvan Celik
پدر___

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2015-05-01 17:56:20 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Today, I am a fish.

#random    #caturdayeveryday  

Today, I am a fish.

#random    #caturdayeveryday  ___

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2015-05-01 17:36:38 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

BBC - Future - How to learn with zero effort

'What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick... fast.'

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150429-how-to-learn-with-zero-effort

BBC - Future - How to learn with zero effort

'What is the easiest way to learn? David Robson meets a group of scientists and memory champions competing to find techniques that make facts stick... fast.'

http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150429-how-to-learn-with-zero-effort___

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2015-05-01 17:20:02 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Elon Musk very calmly destroying the world we've lived in our whole lives and creating something better. Creating your own power is the most revolutionary thing you could possibly do. That more than anything else frees you up from wage slavery. Yes, you'll have to buy the battery packs but they're extremely affordable.

Elon Musk very calmly destroying the world we've lived in our whole lives and creating something better. Creating your own power is the most revolutionary thing you could possibly do. That more than anything else frees you up from wage slavery. Yes, you'll have to buy the battery packs but they're extremely affordable.___

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2015-05-01 17:10:14 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

Human Evolution

Human Evolution___

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2015-05-01 16:57:12 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

Hear the “Seikilos Epitaph,” the Oldest Complete Song in the World: A Really Inspiring Tune from Ancient Greece, 100.

Hear the “Seikilos Epitaph,” the Oldest Complete Song in the World: A Really Inspiring Tune from Ancient Greece, 100.___

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2015-04-28 02:23:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

ダロル火山:エチオピア

Dallol, Ethiopia  

ダロル火山:エチオピア

Dallol, Ethiopia  ___

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2015-04-28 02:22:20 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

+Mia Voss 

+Mia Voss ___

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2015-04-26 17:39:01 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

While I have doubts about using Spotify as a data source, the results feel right. #music

While I have doubts about using Spotify as a data source, the results feel right. #music___

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2015-04-26 17:37:24 (0 comments, 1 reshares, 1 +1s)Open 

A genius open / close sign by Japanese artist Ikeda Yosuke

http://homeli.co.uk/open-close-clockwork-sign-by-ikeda-yosuke/

A genius open / close sign by Japanese artist Ikeda Yosuke

http://homeli.co.uk/open-close-clockwork-sign-by-ikeda-yosuke/___

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2015-04-26 17:34:42 (0 comments, 0 reshares, 0 +1s)Open 

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