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Remembering Hedy Lamarr, Inventor of Early Wireless Technology
Science & Tech  (tags: science, NewTechnology, beauty and brains, World War 2 )

Roopak
- 1 day ago - iq.intel.com
An inventor whose contributions were recognized posthumously by the National InventorâEUR(TM)s Hall of Fame in 2014, Lamarr helped develop a system used in Bluetooth, GPS and Wi-Fi. Her dual life as an actress and innovator was part of what makes Lamarr...
No More Hiroshimas No More Nagasakis Ban Nuclear Weapons!   video
Science & Tech  (tags: Nagasaki, Hiroshima, ban nuclear weapons, No Nukes, destruction )

Dandelion
- 21 days ago - youtube.com
71 years ago, August 6, 1945 the city of Hiroshima was destroyed with an atomic bomb. In a few minutes thousands of people lost their lives in the attack. Three days later the city of Nagasaki met the same fate. No More Nuclear Weapons.
Immersive, Holographic Telepresence Going Virtual & Viral
Science & Tech  (tags: computers, concept, design, humans, interesting, NewTechnology, research, scientists, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 48 days ago - industrytap.com
The image above shows a hologram of Stephen Hawking participating in a conference at the Sydney Opera House in Australia using CiscoâEUR(TM)s TelePresence system. According to Hawking it was his first experience appearing as a hologram from his office ...
New Carbon Capture Method Turns CO2 Into Solid Rocks Within Months
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, discovery, environment, health, humans, interesting, habitat, investigation, NewTechnology, research, safety, science, scientists, society, study, technology, world )

Frans
- 48 days ago - industrytap.com
Scientists have been working for years to find out ways to suck CO2 from the atmosphere and industrial plants. The only thing stopping them in capturing the carbon was the cost involved and finding an efficient way to store or repurpose the CO2.....
Exit A Collaboration Between Jean Michel Jarre And Edward Snowden   video
Science & Tech  (tags: Edward Snowden, Jean Michel Jarre, music, surveillance, speak out, message )

Dandelion
- 65 days ago - youtube.com
I became a fan of Jean Michel Jarre music by listening to College underground stations so heard of him back in 1977. I am glad he reached out via his music to give another place for Edward Snowden to remind us of something important.
Strawberry Moon Coincides With Summer Solstice for First Time Since 1967
Science & Tech  (tags: summer solstice, full moon, strawberry moon, science, astronomy, Stonehenge )

Beatrice
- 66 days ago - telegraph.co.uk
As the sun sinks beneath the horizon on the longest day of the year on the evening of Monday June 20, it will be worth looking up. For the first time since 1967 the summer solstice coincides with a rare strawberry moon and, clouds willing,
Shut Down The Anti Science House Science Committee. - Petition
Science & Tech  (tags: Texas Rep Lamar Smith, climate denier, International conspiracy, House of Science Committee )

Dandelion
- 78 days ago - act.credoaction.com
Texas Rep Lamar Smith is a full blown climate denier who thinks climate change is an international conspiracy. He is also the chairman of the House Science Committee in USA.
The Worlds Longest and Deepest Rail Tunnel Opens in Switzerland
Science & Tech  (tags: Gotthard tunnel, Switzerland, longest train tunnel, deepest train tunnel )

Dandelion
- 84 days ago - cnn.com
The completed tunnel was delivered on time and within budget. It is expected to bring significant environmental benefits by diverting freight sent by road on to rail instead.
Worlds Largest Indoor Farming Growing Organic Leafy Greens Without Sunlight or Soil
Science & Tech  (tags: indoor agriculture, Newark, NJ, David Rosenberg, organic leafy greens, no pesticides, no herbicides, no fungicides, no GMOs )

Dandelion
- 90 days ago - huffingtonpost.com
We grow without pesticides, herbicides, fungicides or GMOs we just give the plant what it wants at the root structure Rosenberg said. They do not need nutrients at the leaves, so there is nothing to wash off. This could be part of the future of farming.
The Civil Rights Issue of Our Time
Science & Tech  (tags: wireless, hard wired, cost pricing, cable, high speed, dial up, internet, opportunities, poverty, wealthy )

Dandelion
- 98 days ago - publicintegrity.org
If wealthy people have better access, they are going to have more opportunities, which will increase their potential for wealth. While if you are in poverty and you have reduced access, you are going to basically fall further behind.
 
 
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