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Old 2012-08-21, 02:07   Link #1121
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The difficult questions that may follow regarding possibilities are:

How will it be possible?

When will it be possible?
Hamsters. Noon tomorrow.

Tonight, we'll create SaintessHeart's Catgirl army with advanced genetic techniques. Because something has to keep the hamsters in check.
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Old 2012-08-21, 03:33   Link #1122
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Hamsters. Noon tomorrow.

Tonight, we'll create SaintessHeart's Catgirl army with advanced genetic techniques. Because something has to keep the hamsters in check.
*scratches head

huh? Hmmm... I guess? ehehehe
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Old 2012-08-21, 05:43   Link #1123
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The difficult questions that may follow regarding possibilities are:

How will it be possible?

When will it be possible?
We could always start with magneto-repulsor pads that are strong enough to repel the Earth's ferromagnetic field on the ground. Except that anyone between the repulsor and Earth will be sterilised immediately due to magnetic wave radiation.

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Hamsters. Noon tomorrow.

Tonight, we'll create SaintessHeart's Catgirl army with advanced genetic techniques. Because something has to keep the hamsters in check.
I want to be their primary breeding conduit!
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Old 2012-08-21, 05:54   Link #1124
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We could always start with magneto-repulsor pads that are strong enough to repel the Earth's ferromagnetic field on the ground. Except that anyone between the repulsor and Earth will be sterilised immediately due to magnetic wave radiation.
God, I'll stick to airplanes ad balloons.... that technology will lead us to extinction...
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Old 2012-08-22, 12:31   Link #1125
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10 Myths About Space Travel That Make Science Fiction Better
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Old 2012-08-23, 09:19   Link #1126
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http://www.thestar.com/news/world/ar...than-2-minutes

A fancy 3D animation of galaxy formation and intergalactic interaction generated by a team of researchers at Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies.

I think most of the article's made up of false paraphrasing and no real quotes. Including the title of the article as it doesn't show the entire universe nor the first 14 billion years.
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“We believe now the universe has a dark matter component. A large amount of the universe’s mass is the dark matter content and it behaves differently from other substances than atoms we see here on Earth.

“For example, dark matter doesn’t collide. It only interacts gravitationally.
^ Lol, as if matter collides. Unless they are some weird bunch that thinks electromagnetism doesn't exist. Most likely journalist making up quotes.

Still ,it's cool that they could create such a simulation program that takes into account so much of particle and astro- physics.
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Old 2012-08-24, 21:34   Link #1127
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the US 9th district court just upheld Apple's patents against Samsung, including the ones where Apple basically patented the right to make rectangular devices.

US patent system ftw then again, it is a hometown judge with a home town jury that's literally right next to Apple's HQ, not a surprise I guess.

Here's hoping the Appeals Court destroys this retarded ruling
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Old 2012-08-25, 09:09   Link #1128
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the US 9th district court just upheld Apple's patents against Samsung, including the ones where Apple basically patented the right to make rectangular devices.

US patent system ftw then again, it is a hometown judge with a home town jury that's literally right next to Apple's HQ, not a surprise I guess.

Here's hoping the Appeals Court destroys this retarded ruling
Things were better in SK.
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Old 2012-08-25, 21:32   Link #1129
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Don't know if this was shared already

http://www.futuretimeline.net/

Some intriguing and interesting predictions.
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Old 2012-08-26, 06:42   Link #1130
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Don't know if this was shared already

http://www.futuretimeline.net/

Some intriguing and interesting predictions.
i love that site do join the facebook group too btw
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Old 2012-08-27, 16:35   Link #1131
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Old 2012-08-27, 17:04   Link #1132
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the US 9th district court just upheld Apple's patents against Samsung, including the ones where Apple basically patented the right to make rectangular devices.

US patent system ftw then again, it is a hometown judge with a home town jury that's literally right next to Apple's HQ, not a surprise I guess.

Here's hoping the Appeals Court destroys this retarded ruling
Yup... retarded US patent system demonstrates just how broken it is again.
Hopefully, appeals has more of a clue <runs to patent basic networking concepts, peanutbutter&jelly-on-bakery-items and the Pythagorean Theorem with colored triangles>
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Old 2012-08-27, 19:37   Link #1133
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the US 9th district court just upheld Apple's patents against Samsung, including the ones where Apple basically patented the right to make rectangular devices.

US patent system ftw then again, it is a hometown judge with a home town jury that's literally right next to Apple's HQ, not a surprise I guess.

Here's hoping the Appeals Court destroys this retarded ruling
I think the judge has shown a bias for Apple in this case and in other cases as well. Also, reading over the jury's reasoning was a bit unsatisfying... I hope Apple and Samsung just drop it and work out some sort of deal and that this case leads to patent reform, but barring both of those, Samsung deserves a retrial.
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Old 2012-08-27, 23:07   Link #1134
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Apple, in all due graciousness in winning, has immediately applied for injunctions to stop all related Samsung sales in the US. So much for coughing up license fee negotiation. err.
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Old 2012-08-28, 04:20   Link #1135
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Earthquake swarm puts California areas on edge

On Sunday, a swarm of earthquakes shook Imperial County on Sunday and were felt in surrounding counties. Most were minor, but two registered at magnitude-5.5 and magnitude-5.3. Scientists say the aftershocks and jolts could last for days.

source: http://phys.org/news/2012-08-earthqu...reas-edge.html

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What Apple's $1B victory means for consumers

will this drive Samsung out of the phone business?
That's not likely. The verdict doesn't apply outside the U.S. and doesn't apply to the latest Samsung devices either. The $1 billion in damages represents 1.5 percent of Samsung Electronics Co.'s annual revenue.

source: http://phys.org/news/2012-08-apple-1...consumers.html
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Old 2012-08-28, 08:22   Link #1136
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Bill Nye views on why Creationism is inappropriate for children.

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Old 2012-08-28, 08:32   Link #1137
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One thing about Americans is that they have this general paradigm that nothing is impossible, and they have a knack of finding answers to age-old questions in their backyard instead of a science laboratory.

Just type in "Pulse gun" on youtube; people actually build that as a hobby with mere influence from science fiction. It is like telling reality "fuck you" in its face while mixing a exotic explosive to blow it up behind your back.

It isn't about intellectual capital - there is a need to have science to constantly influence and drive these kids rather than lessons in school. Given how the subjects are taught in school today, it would almost be correct to equate Creationism to the other subjects on the indicator of ridiculousness.
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Old 2012-08-30, 14:41   Link #1138
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Reconstructing the genetic makeup of a girl who lived and died 50,000 years ago from a sample from a finger bone.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/20...?newsfeed=true

This article doesn't seem to satisfy my curiosity

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Another 34 mutations found only in modern humans are associated with diseases, including four that affect the skin and eyes.
What does that mean? The people 50,000 years ago differ from today's homo sapiens by 34 different DNA segments/sequences?

How many genetic differences does it require for something to be considered a different species?
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Old 2012-08-30, 15:49   Link #1139
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Or is that 34 different mutations caused by modern deseases that can cause alterations (albinos perhaps? blandness? various eye problems? cleft chins?) These are thing that don't effect everyone, but do effect some people genetically.

As for genetic differences changing the species....just look at how many kinds of dogs there are when they are all considered the same species. Just different breeds.
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Old 2012-08-30, 20:23   Link #1140
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Reconstructing the genetic makeup of a girl who lived and died 50,000 years ago from a sample from a finger bone.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/20...?newsfeed=true

This article doesn't seem to satisfy my curiosity


What does that mean? The people 50,000 years ago differ from today's homo sapiens by 34 different DNA segments/sequences?

How many genetic differences does it require for something to be considered a different species?
It is a product of incest, isn't it?
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