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3D Printed Motor Runs Almost Like a Perpetual Machine

This is a 3D printed EZ Spin Motor. It turned out being a very clean and nice running build. I also explain how to properly wire up an EZ Spin Motor. This thing would run for a very long time on a 5v super capacitor.

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NOT A GOOD BUDDHIST: How to End All Wars? Deprogram Your Mind

Would you like to know how to put an end to all war? I'm sure you would. Everybody would. Everybody speaks about peace, love and stuff like that. People have been talking about it for ages, but alas, at the same time they have been killing each other like heartless wild animals.

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Why 2050? How do people like Audrey De Grey, and others pick specific dates like 2030, or 2020 as years where people will be able to live longer, or be able to land a Man on Europa? * /r/Futurology

I've always questioned this futurology attitude where years such as 2030 or 2050 are seen as checkpoints in Human advances in the sciences. How...

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FAA authorizes using drones for mosquito control in Florida

It's reportedly the first time the Federal Aviation Administration has authorized drones for mosquito control in the U.S. The district's executive director, Michael Doyle, says the drones only will fly between Sugarloaf and Key Largo to avoid coming with 5 miles of the airports in Key West and Miami.

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Inside look: Learn how Boeing is building the world's biggest rocket

Find out from Boeing Manager Paisley Matthews how we're approaching the challenge of building the world's biggest rocket. Do you want to help find new ways to explore the wonders of our solar system? Join our team and ignite your passion to build something better at boeing.com/careers.

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CES 2015: Wearables, Drones, Virtual-Reality Goggles

The chatter about wearables could become unbearable next week at the International CES, better known as the Consumer Electronics Show, though GoPro-like cameras and drones also will be among featured performers. Wearables will be a hot topic at the 2015 show, which officially opens Tuesday and runs through Friday in Las Vegas.

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Streaming: the future of the music industry, or its nightmare?

If you wonder what the person next to you on the bus or train wearing headphones and looking at their mobile screen is listening to, it is probably the new radio - a streaming service. According to the music business body the British Phonographic Industry (BPI), Britons streamed 14.8bn tracks last year, almost double the 7.5bn of 2013, as internet connectivity improves and becomes pervasive.

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Controversial DNA startup wants to let customers create creatures

In Austen Heinz's vision of the future, customers tinker with the genetic codes of plants and animals and even design new creatures on a computer. In a makeshift laboratory in San Francisco, his synthetic biology company uses lasers to create custom DNA for major pharmaceutical companies.

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Lucid Dreaming vs. Virtual Reality * /r/Futurology

So I keep hearing about people who've invested a lot of time into learning how to have lucid dreams. They make it seem like a cross between...

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The Next Century

THE SEEDS OF ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE AND ROBOTIC AUTOMATION ARE PLANTED. HUMANS OVERCOME THE LIMITATIONS OF BIOLOGY & ARTIFICAL INTELLIGENCE BECOMES INDIGISTIUABLE A $1,000 personal computer is now 1,000 times more powerful than the human brain. The vast majority of computation is done by computers and not by human brains.

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NASA finds good news on forests and carbon dioxide

A new NASA-led study shows that tropical forests may be absorbing far more carbon dioxide than many scientists thought, in response to rising atmospheric levels of the greenhouse gas. The study estimates that tropical forests absorb 1.4 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide out of a total global absorption of 2.5 billion -- more than is absorbed by forests in Canada, Siberia and other northern regions, called boreal forests.

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The Healthspan Imperative

Print *Email *permalink * (0)Comments * (633) Hits * subscribe * *Print *Email *permalink * (0)Comments * (634) Hits * subscribe * * * * * * * * Healthspan Campaign Posted: Jan 2, 2015 The Healthspan Imperative looks at our country's next great priority: solving the challenges brought about by the aging of the American population.

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#6: Living for 1,000 years: an 'out of this world' future awaits us

Anti-aging guru Aubrey de Grey's prediction that the first person to live 1,000-years has already been born got me thinking. What might life be like in this long-range future? Will boredom set in as we count the centuries; or will what promises to be an incredible technology-rich life keep the excitement alive?

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