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Old 2012-12-20, 07:38   Link #1521
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Nasa reveals new spacesuit



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Nasa's next generation of space suit - the agency's first in 20 years - will look familiar to fans of computer generated cartoon classic Toy Story.
That's because the new white and green Z-1 suit bears more than a passing resemblance to the interstellar hero Buzz Lightyear.
The prototype suit was revealed in a host of pictures uploaded today to photo-sharing website Flickr, and it boasts trim of the same hue as that worn by the space ranger action figure.

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Old 2012-12-20, 09:39   Link #1522
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In other news, Disney has filed suit against NASA for copyright infringement
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Old 2012-12-20, 11:14   Link #1523
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A novel twist on space launches
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Old 2012-12-20, 12:31   Link #1524
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The Objet1000 Can 3-D Print An Entire Bicycle Frame
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I can think of a use.... relative to this forum:



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Old 2012-12-21, 03:35   Link #1525
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http://www.popsci.com/technology/art...-bicycle-frame

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Oh, I've thought about using it for that before, but I don't think that resolution for 3D Printers is good enough yet.
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Old 2012-12-21, 14:29   Link #1526
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NASA, where are our flexible and...tight... bodysuits? I am disappoint.

Still, sounds pretty awesome compared to what they have now.
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Old 2012-12-26, 01:01   Link #1527
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My mother just recently showed this video to me, and I just had to post it here!

The man who speaks here, Fal Sarkar, is my uncle! I saw him but two days ago for a Christmas party!
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Old 2012-12-26, 21:09   Link #1528
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My mother just recently showed this video to me, and I just had to post it here!

The man who speaks here, Fal Sarkar, is my uncle! I saw him but two days ago for a Christmas party!
Which must mean (barring adoption) you too are descended from Mr. Bose? That's a cool legacy, my friend.
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Old 2012-12-27, 13:17   Link #1529
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Well the Nobel Prize rules state that prizes can't be awarded to late scientists.

Science usually takes a long time before the impact of discoveries reveal themselves, so there has been many great scientists who would have been worthy of the Nobel Prize but didn't live to be nominated.
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Old 2012-12-29, 10:02   Link #1530
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The Internet a Decade Later

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Old 2012-12-29, 18:09   Link #1531
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I think its pretty cool how much the internet has grown, as I believe that the internet is the greatest invention (or, rather, innovation) of all time. No other system can hold as much and as diverse of information as the internet can, and it reflects many, many forms of culture in the world (and developed its own).

I wonder what it will be like in the future.
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Old 2012-12-30, 06:17   Link #1532
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Apple loses another copyright lawsuit in China: Xinhua
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...8BR04U20121228

Experts call off search for life in Antarctic lake
http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories...12-27-12-17-44
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Old 2013-01-04, 08:22   Link #1533
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Nature.com: Quantum gas goes below absolute zero.

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Old 2013-01-04, 08:32   Link #1534
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Old 2013-01-04, 09:20   Link #1535
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Ramanathan may be correct scientifically speaking, tweaking definitions means one can perceive a breakthrough. Matthew may be right from the mathematical point of view, as long as numbers are infinite, and probabilities are not zero, the occurence can be recorded as a positive strike.

Now lets start a fight between mathematicians and quantum scientists.

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If built, such systems would behave in strange ways, says Achim Rosch, a theoretical physicist at the University of Cologne in Germany, who proposed the technique used by Schneider and his team. For instance, Rosch and his colleagues have calculated that whereas clouds of atoms would normally be pulled downwards by gravity, if part of the cloud is at a negative absolute temperature, some atoms will move upwards, apparently defying gravity.
When will we be able to make this into an anti-gravity coating where we can lace floor cleaners with - *IS SHOT*
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Old 2013-01-04, 16:29   Link #1536
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Old 2013-01-04, 16:36   Link #1537
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From the Huffington Post article:

"When objects with positive temperature release energy, they increase the entropy of things around them, making them behave more chaotically. However, when objects with negative temperatures release energy, they can actually absorb entropy."

Holy cow, science has proven that Madoka Magica was correct. O_o
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Old 2013-01-04, 17:03   Link #1538
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Physics keep becoming more and more..."bizarre". No idea is taboo or idiotic anymore, they seriously consider everything!
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"The inverted Boltzmann distribution is the hallmark of negative absolute temperature, and this is what we have achieved," said researcher Ulrich Schneider, a physicist at the University of Munich in Germany. "Yet the gas is not colder than zero kelvin, but hotter. It is even hotter than at any positive temperature — the temperature scale simply does not end at infinity, but jumps to negative values instead."
It's like, "I'm digging my own backyard and found the whole universe beneath it".
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Old 2013-01-05, 16:50   Link #1539
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And here I thought I knew what temperature was.
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Old 2013-01-05, 17:44   Link #1540
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Title is really misleading, in our current thermodynamical understanding, negative temperature isn't colder than absolute zero, more like it's superior to positive infinite temperature.

Something like

0k< ...< 273K ...< +∞ ... <-∞ ... <-300K ...<-0K
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