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The singularity is fast approaching
By tovarichpeter in South San Francisco CA 94080   45 comments, latest 6 hours ago:
Heraclitusstudent says marcus says And at some point the difference between intelligence and psuedo or synthetic intelligence becomes a moot point. This difference is not moot, it is central to the question. AI systems today...

What It's Like To Drive Toyota's $57,000 Hydrogen Car
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   60 comments, latest 19 hours ago:
New Renter says zzyzzx says For what this hydrogen system costs (at least right now) it probably makes more sense to run things like trains or 18 wheelers off of it, or natural gas, since...

Science is tracking why we like comfort food
By tvgnus  1 comment, latest 2 days ago:
CaptainShuddup says It's called comfort food for a reason. And it's not just an American thing, comfort food is food that reminds you of a childhood where Mom was a good cook and made your...

Audi has 'mastered' hydrogen fuel cells
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   1 comment, latest 3 days ago:
HydroCabron says There's no indication that Audi plans to sell the A7 h-tron — it's billed as a technology demonstrator, just as many of Audi's e-tron EVs have been — but the company says it...

UC Davis: Soap antimicrobial triclosan may damage liver and raise cancer risk
By tvgnus  2 comments, latest 5 days ago:
curious2 says Years ago, when manufacturers began promoting "antibacterial" soaps for general use, physicians wanted the AMA to warn against them. The AMA decided instead to make a political compromise with the manufacturers in exchange...

Toyota Mirai: The (hydrogen) future has arrived..
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   5 comments, latest 5 days ago:
iwog says BTW Tesla's infrastructure is already built and gives fuel away For free.

Get ready for zero-cost hydrogen fuel for your fuel cell vehicle!
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   7 comments, latest 6 days ago:
John Bailo says iwog says it's already being used by industry Yes, to enhance gasoline. The point is, if you use it directly, you don't need the oily, polluting petroleum part. iwog says charge a...

Famed AI scientist says there is evidence for Psi
By tovarichpeter in South San Francisco CA 94080   3 comments, latest 1 week ago:
Ceffer says Rin says Ceffer says yeast infection from remote viewing Charlize Theron's vagina You mean that you were extending your astral c*ck. Actually, I was hoping it would be more like channeling. I was...

Boosting butanol's role
By tvgnus  posted 1 week ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Mr. Qureshi has confirmed that both barley straw and corn stover can be converted to butanol via separate hydrolysis, fermentation, and recovery or by simultaneous saccharification, fermentation, and recovery.

Why do we have the Hubble Telescope?
By CaptainShuddup  3 comments, latest 2 weeks ago:
Call it Crazy says HCB Chair BoardOfEqualization says Fuck you! Not having a good day??

Fired over Flu Vaccine
By Vicente in Davis CA 95616   3 comments, latest 2 weeks ago:
CaptainShuddup says FWIW, I've never had a flue shot ever! I get the flu about once every two or three years, and I welcome them. They do my immune system more good than the flu...

Missing link in evolution discovered by UC Davis
By tvgnus  2 comments, latest 2 weeks ago:
Ceffer says Too bad, that fossil could have been making oil instead of just sitting around in rocks for millions of years.

Sun-powered hydrogen refuelling station opens
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   8 comments, latest 2 weeks ago:
bob2356 says Blurtman says bob2356 says Hydrogen from water is a long, long way from being able to compete on cost. Does that include the total costs of pollution and environmental destruction? Of course not....

Students build olive oil fraud buster
By tvgnus  posted 3 weeks ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine No. In fact, as much as two-thirds of the extra-virgin olive oil sold in the United States is actually much lower-grade oil, lacking the antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and flavor found in true extra-virgin...

Stunning Siphonophore
By Dan8267 in Boca Raton FL 33433   48 comments, latest 1 month ago:
indigenous says Strategist says Hey, I found it for him. But will he understand? A truth that the video misses as does most of the political debate and that is that there is someone on...

Mind games without the knob.
By CaptainShuddup  1 comment, latest 1 month ago:
CaptainShuddup says Bonus Keep it simple stupid... I agree with this guy, and it's the primitive that you can't teach. Though I also think this applies to programming as well, not just in music. There's...

The U.S. Marines are developing laser weapons. Here's why.
By zzyzzx in Baltimore MD 21230   13 comments, latest 1 month ago:
zzyzzx says Dan8267 says Yeah, when energy is dirt cheap. And I don't mean coal. The chemical reactions used in portable high-power lasers use fuels that are a lot more expensive. So until cold fusion...

Science Friday: Hall Effect Sensor
By Dan8267 in Boca Raton FL 33433   posted 1 month ago:
http://www.electronics-tutoria Magnetic sensors are designed to respond to a wide range of positive and negative magnetic fields in a variety of different applications and one type of magnet sensor whose output signal is a function...

Japan becoming a hydrogen society
By John Bailo in Kent WA 98030   5 comments, latest 1 month ago:
iwog says Hydrogen cars are a great way to waste huge amounts of energy.

Fusion reactor concept could be cheaper than coal
By zzyzzx in Baltimore MD 21230   6 comments, latest 1 month ago:
justme says A fourth-generation fission (not fusion) power plant already can be much cheaper than coal. Let's do that instead, it can be done TODAY.

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