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*** This Week in Radical Science ****
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►(1) 3-D printer: bit.ly/1jcBqce
►(2) Iron-Suit: bit.ly/1oe9UXS
►(3) Dol-Fins: bit.ly/1mqMUIF
►(4) nano-patch: bit.ly/1y6Ep96
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Radical Science NewsYa, I don't like the idea of the U.S. having some crazy robot suit unless they use it to go to space or get rid of Issis but terminators are NOT what we need right now. My other admin posted this not me. -Main admin3 years ago
Timothy TaylorPentagon launches collaborative effort to build a completely unnecessary robot suit... meanwhile half the bridges in the country are structurally unsound, our healthcare system is a mess, and we're laying off soldiers left and right- some right out of combat. Priorities, huh?3 years ago
****The return of polio to the most vulnerable.*****
Everyone must take responsibility for the epidemic of scientific mistrust and ignorance gripping the world...
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"If you haven't seen these flight simulations of entering different types of black holes by Dr. Andrew Hamilton, professor of Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences (University of Colorado Boulder), then take the time to do so. The simulations are General Relativity-based and have appeared on various science shows, and in other public places, in the last decade. Many interpretations of black hole physics exists, but these simulations contribute nicely to the science that's sure to give us many more decades (or centuries) of confusion and joyful reflections. "
[Courtesy of Physics and Mathematics]
the simulations' website
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"An elastomer/nylon composite suspension frame connects the fin to the feet, allowing the fin to pitch up and down in the same way that a dolphin's flukes change pitch as it swims. The fin itself is made from rigid aluminum, although most models also have swept-back flexible rubber tips..." [Ben Coxworth]
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How to 'smuggle' a drug pass the body's many natural defense mechanisms, and deliver an encapsulated drug to the target site of infection....
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Up close with the SuperDraco engines that will power Dragon’s revolutionary launch escape system on crewed flights. Each producing 16,000 pounds of thrust, the 8 engines together will allow Dragon t...
"In a new study, scientists compared three-dimensional structures of ribosomes from a variety of species of varying biological complexity, including humans, yeast, bacteria and archaea. The researchers found distinct fingerprints in the ribosomes where new structures were added to the ribosomal surface without altering the pre-existing ribosomal core, which originated over 3 billion years ago before the last universal common ancestor (LUCA) of life. "
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"[A] nudibranch (tropical sea cousin of the slug) can eat a jellyfish and digest all of its parts besides the stingers, and then push them through its back to sting predators..." -- and look stunning at the same time!
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A Gene for High-Altitude Living! The physiological ability of ethnic Tibetans to thrive at miles-high elevations, unaffected by oxygen levels that leave lowlanders gasping, appears to have originated with Denisovans, a close relative of Neanderthals.
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