New York, NY (The Parts That Matter…)
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New York, NY
by Joe Larson
Joe Larson Copr. 2013. All Rights Reserved.
(via The Silent Hybrid Motorcycles the Pentagon Will Use for Stealth Raids | Danger Room | WIRED)
I bet the Chinese Military would just strap a battery pack to a knock-off C90 and be done with it.
"Don’t touch this king crab."
"Seriously, don’t touch it."
"Yeah, okay, fine."
"I mean it this time."
"Yeah, I can see that."
"No, really. Don’t.”
"I think you’ve made your point."
Photo courtesy of NOAA Okeanos Explorer Program, 2013 Northeast U.S. Canyons Expedition.
the goal is to build a device that will make the smartphone accessible to the billions of people who can’t afford iPhones and Galaxy S5s. There are huge obstacles everywhere you look, and ATAP is working on an incredibly fast timeline to turn Ara into a product people can buy — there’s barely a year left to make it real. But if Project Ara works, if modular smartphones are more than just a Lego-lover’s pipe dream, it could change the industry forever. New types of manufacturing, new ways of buying and selling phones, and new ways for consumers to interact with their most personal and most intimate devices (via Project Ara: our best look yet at Google’s new modular smartphone | The Verge)
This will be awesome if they can pull it off. Lego Fone!
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Burpee challenge continues.
So far I’ve been pretty relaxed about when I do them - miss a day or 2? OK, catch them up. But as this is day 17, I’m going to have to stop that & start with the daily burpees so I don’t overload. Gah.
Tonight it was 6x6 burpees, halos, bicycle crunches & a pullup.
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Cuith Raing, Scotland
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That’s not to say you should start stocking up on exotic roots, berries, and wild game hoping to create the perfect balance of beneficial bacteria for your belly. Crittenden and her research partners warn against turning their research into a diet, even if the link between the Hadza’s gut microbiome and their lower rates of gastrointetinal illness prove true. “Even if you try to emulate the diet of the Hadza, you’re not living in the environment,” explained Amanda Henry, a dietary ecologist from the Max Planck Institute in Germany, and a co-author of the study. “There are transfers from the soils, from the animals.” In other words, it’s not just what the Hadza eat that contribute to their remarkable gut flora, it’s where and how they are eating it, too. — The Surprising Gut Microbes of African Hunter-Gatherers | Science | WIRED
Scribble Eggs by Liza Charlesworth