Notices tagged with science

  1. Wow! # # # #
    http://www.golem.de/news/biomimetik-roboter-kann-ueber-das-wasser-laufen-1507-115530.html

    about 7 hours ago from gnusocial.de
  2. # # # # This Is What Happened When We Tested Game Theory On Ordinary People


    https://gnusocial.de/url/2553148 “It’s also worth noting that however you break it down – by politics, by age, by region, by gender – not one single group would have ended up with the money.” Tja…

    about 11 days ago from gnusocial.de
  3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tyQvPdHL2o # is weird... I wish I had it as a kid, randomly dunking stuff in Liquid Nitrogen XD ( like... hands ) as an added bonus, have the survival of the fittest video ( that also includes Liquid Nitrogen ) here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-mLASMl8gg0

    about a month ago from web
  4. @northernnarwhal That makes sense. #!!

    about 2 months ago from MuSTArDroid in context
  5. @x11r5 oh, that's interesting! I didn't kow 'time' has parts, I thought it was a continuum #

    about 3 months ago from oracle.skilledtests.com
  6. New insight into how brain makes memories http://m.medicalxpress.com/news/2015-04-insight-brain-memories.html?utm_content=buffer50984&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer. # # https://fediverse.com/attachment/14860

    about 3 months ago from fediverse.com
  7. # http://rainbowdash.net/attachment/820959

    about 4 months ago from web
  8. 'Star Wars' robotic arm lets amputee veteran go rock climbing - CNET - http://www.cnet.com/news/star-wars-robotic-arm-lets-amputee-veteran-go-rock-climbing/ # #

    about 6 months ago from fediverse.com
  9. Drink holder. Great use of # http://t.co/k5La6nqPIM #

    about 6 months ago from fediverse.com
  10. RT @hellekin The 21st century belongs to #, and the marriage of contemporary # with ancestral tradition is key to understanding this change. Nation-states, education, corporations, and global capitalism completely fail to understand why they don't work anymore. This is why you can't apply an exclusionary, discontinuous # taking into account an infinite world, and expect an integral, continuous result in a finite world. !consensus

    about 7 months ago from fediverse.com
  11. WATCH: Scientists have put a worm’s brain into a Lego robot’s body - and it works - ScienceAlert https://gnusocial.de/url/1750301 # #

    about 8 months ago from gnusocial.de
  12. @nybill Waiting for the batt to charge now. I gave laptop-mode-tools a full batt run down and timed it. I'll do the same with TLP. #

    about 8 months ago from sn.gunmonkeynet.net in context
  13. @mcnalu This can only be resolved through further testing. #

    about 8 months ago from sn.gunmonkeynet.net in context
  14. With Age Comes a Better Understanding of Social Signals | # News Research Articles # # http://neurosciencenews.com/social-signal-aging-psychology-1540/

    about 9 months ago from gnusocial.de
  15. Why are so few popular # books written by women? http://qttr.at/f44 !wissen

    about 9 months ago from quitter.se
  16. A book exploring the importance of materials has won the 2014 Royal Society Winton Prize for # Books. http://qttr.at/f3w !wissen

    about 9 months ago from quitter.se
  17. A book exploring the importance of materials has won the 2014 Royal Society Winton Prize for # Books. http://qttr.at/f3w !wisen

    about 9 months ago from quitter.se
  18. time to finish !reading 39-year old "Against Method" by Paul #, " # is an anarchic, not a monic, enterprise" https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Against_Method

    about 10 months ago from oracle.skilledtests.com at 37°29'45"N 118°54'34"W
  19. Ig Nobels: British researchers take coveted # # prize http://qttr.at/dst !wissen

    about 11 months ago from quitter.se
  20. and now for something different: Ig Nobel prizes have been handed out: http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/sep/19/ig-nobel-prize-british-researchers-win # #

    about 11 months ago from oracle.skilledtests.com
  21. whoa! "Earth's tectonic plates are moving faster now than at any point in the last 2 billion years, according to the latest study of plate movements." http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg22329843.000-earths-tectonic-plates-have-doubled-their-speed.html#.VAYMY3UcjmE # # #

    about a year ago from oracle.skilledtests.com
  22. ♲ @[email protected] # is the only known #, that is completely inhabited only by # # # # #

    about a year ago from quitter.se Repeated by mcscx
  23. ♲ @[email protected] # is the only known #, that is completely inhabited only by # # # # #

    about a year ago from quitter.se
  24. SSH tunneling on a moving train. #

    about a year ago from sn.gunmonkeynet.net in context
  25. @mastertdi Sure, just don't forget your fishbowl, you'll need to breathe in space #

    about a year ago from web in context
  26. "The moon is not a disco ball, and likely never will be." # https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8I25H3bnNw

    Thursday, 03-Apr-14 21:25:02 UTC from web
  27. 45 times as far away as the moon doesn't sound as impressive as 91% closer than the sun, but they mean the same distance. #!

    Friday, 14-Feb-14 22:37:48 UTC from MuSTArDroid
  28. The best # & technology pictures of the week http://qttr.at/byi !photography

    Saturday, 01-Feb-14 09:53:07 UTC from quitter.se
  29. I just stumbled over this - an amazing application of 3D printing: 3D-Printed ‘Magic Arms’ Let Emma Play and Hug http://blog.stratasys.com/2012/07/31/3d-printed-magic-arms-let-emma-play-and-hug/ # # #

    Tuesday, 03-Dec-13 22:05:47 UTC from oracle.skilledtests.com
  30. An article in this week's NewScientist begins thus: "Listen up, NSA. I alien technology is monitoring us, we may be able to tap its communications." # # #

    Wednesday, 16-Oct-13 09:58:14 UTC from oracle.skilledtests.com

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