today at 06:00.
It sounds like a story from the future, but it's happening now.
Scientists Created Biocompatible Microrobots — And The Singularity Is Getting Closer
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today at 06:04
Cool...when can I get my new liver? My old one can't support my current rate of alcoholism.
today at 06:48
I"ve been waiting for this!!! COOL! rise of the nanobots
today at 05:00.
"We must prepare the next generation that cares about the environment and people."
This Hong Kong Teacher Says He's Discovered The Secret To Getting Kids Excited About Science
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today at 04:00.
Nerd Alert :)
This Nerd Is Rewriting ’50 Shades Of Grey’ And It’s Better Than The Original
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today at 04:03
Nah man, give her the 8. Now that is some deep crazy $hit.
Xiao Lbb Lee
today at 04:06
Windows Vista is more severe... ahhh... uhhh... Yeah right there... :P
Nick Cruz Rivera
today at 04:23
who is still butthurt about windows 10? it's pretty great.
today at 02:00.
Windows 8 won't be the entrepreneur's lasting legacy.
The Coolest Thing Bill Gates Has Created Isn’t Microsoft, It’s His Work In The Developing World
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today at 04:22
Poor Bill, now there are a load of other billionaires that really did not do something to actually deserve that amount of money they have -- no one deserves that much.
He is famous because he is rich? Boy is that stupid.
"His work in the developing world?"
-- No, everyone else is doing the work -- he can just sit back and take credit for it.
today at 02:02
Unleashing GMOs that are now threatening to destroy a 1/3 of all humans? That coolest thing?
today at 03:10
Never seen this kind of guys having the least amount of proof. But the biggest mouth....hmm...
It's puzzling in godmode.
Scientists Develop a Crossword Puzzle-Solving Neural Network
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today at 02:29
What's worse than standing over your brother's shoulder while he's doing a cross word and solving it for him? Bill just filled in the blocks and never complained. This suggests he got me good. :-))
Klaas Tieme Smit
today at 05:40
I've got one of those between my ears. Developped it by experience.
today at 00:15
Whats the point?
yesterday at 22:30.
As anybody who wears glasses will know, there's nothing more annoying than frames that keep slipping off your nose.
This Nerdwax Will Stop Your Glasses From Slipping Down Your Nose
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yesterday at 22:46
What can I put on my glasses for oily skin? If my forehead, cheek, fingers, ANY SKIN touch... instant blurr.... or those annoying mist things stores put up every summer
yesterday at 23:34
Aleeza maybe this is the solution to my sniffling problem
yesterday at 23:03
Maybe go to an optometrist's office and get your glasses properly adjusted.
yesterday at 21:00.
Now you can get legal help in under 30 seconds.
This 'Free Lawyer Robot' Is Making Legal Help More Accessible, One Parking Ticket At A Time
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yesterday at 19:30.
This is your brain on perspective.
The Weirdest Optical Illusions on the Internet and How They Work
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yesterday at 18:00.
Is this how Skynet starts?
Google's New AI Has Learned to Become "Highly Aggressive" in Stressful Situations
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yesterday at 18:05
You mean humans creating/training an "AI" using human generated data and scenarios biased by human perceptions have seen behavior that is human-like? I'm shocked, not.
Richard Van Lier
yesterday at 20:07
Terminators are being developed also, well, military robots, imagine them under control of that system and humanity is fooxert 😓
Thomas David Walder
yesterday at 21:35
Humans can go beyond mutual gain, and behave in a way influenced by empathy.
Perhaps that's something experiments should pursue.
yesterday at 16:30.
Good luck keeping up — Franklin himself could barely do it.
Ben Franklin's Routine Will Make You Seriously Productive
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yesterday at 17:09
Wake up at 5am, bathe, eat, pray, and use the bathroom ("absolutions"). Because we have running water, we could shave off about an hour and get up at 6am. Work 8am to 12pm, then 2pm to 6pm: I see a regular eight-hour workday with a generous two-hour lunch. The time between 6pm and 10pm is scheduled for entertainment and relaxation. 10pm to 5am (or 6am) is a full night's sleep. This isn't so rigorous. Actually my schedule, and probably yours, is a lot more rigorous than this.
yesterday at 18:13
Seriously, this is like a semi-vacation if you're a working mom (or dad). If this is highly productive, I'm f.. superwoman.
yesterday at 21:16
Looks a lot like mine minus the 2 hour lunch plus the kids activities..Lucky guy went to bed at 10!
yesterday at 14:47.
There's nothing scary about being naked in the woods :)
Outdoor Nudity Study Shows That Nobody Is Really 'Naked and Afraid'
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Emma Katharine Lawson'Ferguson
yesterday at 15:17
Unless you are naked in the jungles of panama and step on a fer de lance viper 😂 or being naked in Canada in the winter lol
yesterday at 16:16
I don't think the author really takes into account the difference of general nudism and being stuck in the woods trying to survive sans clothes.
yesterday at 15:22
The last time I was naked in the woods my girlfriend at the time got stung by an ant where a woman should never get stung.
yesterday at 12:47.
Anyone who says otherwise hasn't done their research.
Polyphasic Sleep is a Radical, Experimental Biohack
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yesterday at 15:32
Nope, you´re the one that has to read, at least as I know the only way you can "hack" your body is sleeping in a pattern 6-7-1 staying awake 7 hours; everything else doesn´t even make sense at all when you see the charts. If you want to try it, please read the article bellow.
[ Supermemo.com Link ]
yesterday at 16:03
I love it. I sleep about 4-5 hours at night with a nap of 1-2 hours.
yesterday at 11:00.
A new novel about a famous French researcher examines the ethical debates scientists and the public had in the 19th century.
The Heated 19th-Century Debate Over Animal Experimentation
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yesterday at 12:04
A barbaric lack of empathy to torture unanesthesized animals..this sounds like a must read but it looks like a must buy..no freebie inserts on google🤔😐
yesterday at 13:15
Bobbie Cansdale putting this on the book list. Read the article.
yesterday at 14:56
Good article." Side Note: Ben Franklin used humans for his research. So yeah"
yesterday at 09:00.
Kaziranga National Park is a story of success when it comes to conservation of rhinos :)
To Protect Rhinos, This National Park Just Shoots People (50 Poachers Killed So Far)
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yesterday at 09:36
I dont see a problem with shooting poachers at all. This should be the norm where ever there are endangered animals worldwide.
yesterday at 09:06
Yeah.. Sometimes, we Indians do some real badass shit.. 😎😎
Governments have tried talking to the poachers, making stricter rules, but that area is such that it's extremely easy for poachers or anyone else to slip in & out without leaving any trace, so catching the poachers is very difficult.. This literally was the last option left.
yesterday at 10:22
I see nothing wrong with protecting the animals with lethal force. No one is forcing the poachers to kill. They are choosing to die.
yesterday at 07:30.
Rates of smoking and drinking have plummeted, too.
What Iceland Knows About Getting Teens Off Drugs
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yesterday at 07:40
An enriched environment. It will never happen in a Conservative country.
Björn Dóri Björnsson
yesterday at 07:52
Or addicted to video games or social media...
yesterday at 06:00.
If you get cavities no matter what you do, it's likely they run in your family.
Prone To Cavities? Why Your Genes May Be To Blame
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yesterday at 06:16
Abi Poulter I'm just unluggy and you are so blessed! Haha don't take it for granted too much 😝 you might get your first cavity one day, good genes only get you so far
yesterday at 06:16
Yup. Bad teeth run on my mom's side of the family. While I never had a cavity while I was younger once I got pregnant the first time my teeth went to crap. I brush, floss, mouthwash, don't drink coffee or juice much, etc but it doesn't matter. My teeth are awful anymore.
BO N LadyAntebella
yesterday at 06:36
I am 40's .... Thank you God. still don't have cavity 😎 Don't blame the sugar, I eat a lot of sweets 🍭 don't brush my teeth 3-4 times a day. i am the only person in the family don't have cavity.
yesterday at 05:00.
Cancer survivors flew in zero gravity so others could go to Mars one day
We Now Know Why Astronauts Get Eye Damage — And How To Fix It
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yesterday at 05:22
they get floaters.... ha! get it?
yesterday at 04:00.
If a unicorn and a rock had a baby, it would be this geode :)
Rainbow Crystal Geode
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Holly Danielle Murphy
yesterday at 05:31
The pain that poor unicorn went through to pass that....😂😂😂😲
Eugene Francisco Jamora
yesterday at 04:36
it would be great if you can see a Unicorn but, a unicorn f*cking a rock...oh man
yesterday at 04:23
The unicorn and a rock? Boy, did I have the facts of life explained to me all wrong😏
yesterday at 02:00.
She started reading before the age of 2 :)
This 4-Year-Old, Who Has Already Read Over 1,000 Books, Is Encouraging The Nation To Read More
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yesterday at 02:12
The only people that do not find this possible, are people that don't read.. You just outed yourselves, not the little girl.
yesterday at 03:38
I hope someone keeps tabs on this little girl, shes just going to continue down this path of awesomeness, and i am intrigued to see what her bright future holds.
yesterday at 07:31
So, since she popped out of her mother, she read roughly a book every 2 days? Without any interruptions. I consider that highly questionable.
C'mon already, science!
5 Reasons Why Science Hasn't Figured Out Love Potions
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Mirza Danish Baig
yesterday at 04:17
The real love potion is phenylethylamine (PEA). Causes euphoria. Has an immensely high metabolic rate. Found in chocolate, among other things.
yesterday at 09:34
It's not that we haven't figured it out, it's that last time one was made the whole world was Cronenberged.
Leif von Wasaborg
yesterday at 04:27
Well, there are alkyl nitrites [sic], also known as Poppers...