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Opinion: States Should Require Flu Shots
Fri Feb 7, 2014
In reply to: shakalac #1 As a highly informed technically savvy individual I have a sequence of questions that always gets a thoughtful "huh" from health professionals regarding flu shots. 1) What helps a successful flu virus evade the imune system for a period of time to infect the body? 2) W …
Splat! Fresh Impact Leaves a Big Impression on Mars
Wed Feb 5, 2014
A proper colony will have to be very large rotating (artifical gravity) habitates sufficently far under ground to shield from "reasonable" sized impacts and radiation. From there they will work via virtual presence control of robotics that will do everything on the surface.
Insurance companies could help push Google Glass into the mainstream
Tue Jan 28, 2014
Personal vision recording is coming despite Luddite objections. Yes there are some privacy issues but they will remain secondary to the advantages having a witness record other than hearsay for a myriad of legal situations and for ones own utility to keep track of possessions and personal comm …
Guns in the home raise suicide, homicide risk, review confirms
Mon Jan 20, 2014
If you lived in a padded room and never left it you would be much safer from yourself and others. Research shows that allowing people to leave padded rooms greatly increases their likely hood of death. People who think this is a silly analogy know how they look to gun owners. Gun politic …
Brewery to Starbucks: Here's $6
Tue Dec 31, 2013
Saddly this is more a result of lame ass federal copyright precidence where failing to "protect" your rights means their loss to public domain.
Year in space: A meteor flashes, a comet fizzles — and rovers are on a roll
Thu Dec 26, 2013
I suspect in hindsight the bigest news in space will be SpaceX's accomplishments in advancing rocketry technology past the age of defense spending. And the declearation of practical fusion power in 4 years by Lockheed Martin Skunkworks division at the Google Solve for X. Real progress in …
Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo shows off its shine in gliding test
Wed Dec 11, 2013
Watched SpaceShipOne about a decade ago on its first test flight. Now I pay little attention to "Scaled Composites" after NG aquired them and Burt Rutan left. SpaceX caries the torch now.
Mars One unveils plan for private Red Planet robotic mission in 2018
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Human psychology is frequently ignored by these kind of ventures. This "study" will spend a lot of money on people who want to "play" with technology but will only make token aknowledgement of the needs of a human mind. Just think how much damage one individual who goes psychotic can do …
'What if an Amazon delivery drone crashes into me?' and 6 other key questions
Mon Dec 2, 2013
Move to Deer Trail, They will give you $100 bounty for each drone you blast and recover, LOL. http://www.nbcnews.com/technology/open-season-drones-town-split-over-licenses-hunt-unmanned-aircraft-6C10876014
The Disneys: Not the happiest family on Earth
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Really? People think it takes money for families to get nasty with each other? There are plenty of dysfunctional families that are poor with nothing to do with money. Though I would imagine plenty of time it is about money, just small amounts. There is a big chunk missing from this story.
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