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RESURRECTION by Singularity for enhanced cognitive function - Law of Accelerating Returnes

RESURRECTION by Singularity for enhanced cognitive function - Law of Accelerating Returnes | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Law of Accelerating ReturnsValue Addon (Personal Plan) $1 Trial Create and Sell Online Courses In Minutes! Related
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Our First Look At The US Adaptation Of Sweden's Hit Scifi Series Humans - io9

Our First Look At The US Adaptation Of Sweden's Hit Scifi Series Humans - io9 | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Hey, remember Real Humans? That brilliant Swedish show about synthetic androids who work as family servants, but who also harbor a dark secret?
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Elon Musk from SpaceX wants to bring the Internet in space!

Elon Musk from SpaceX wants to bring the Internet in space! | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
The director of SpaceX is developing a network of satellites above the Earth that could speed up web surfing and could provide access to isolated communities. And the most interesting thing about this
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Dreams, Fears, Obsessions: 10 Years of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Short Films - Flip the Media

Dreams, Fears, Obsessions: 10 Years of Sci-Fi and Fantasy Short Films - Flip the Media | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
This year’s Science Fiction + Fantasy Short Film Festival (SFFSFF) featured some of the most notable films screened over the last 10 years of the festival.
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The Worlds Most Powerful Brands

The Worlds Most Powerful Brands | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Source: Brand Finance [pdf] Notes: Lego tops the list of the world's most powerful brands, according to Brand Finance's Brand Strength Index (BSI), a measure based on an analysis of marketing investment and brand equity (goodwill) and their impact...

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Wave Power Could Supply Half the U.S. With Cheap Electricity—Here’s Why It Doesn't

Wave Power Could Supply Half the U.S. With Cheap Electricity—Here’s Why It Doesn't | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
The technology works, but surviving harsh ocean conditions and securing funding has proved tough.

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Russell Roberts's curator insight, January 31, 12:08 AM

Thanks to environmental reporter Wes Thomas for this story.  Wave power is being used in a limited way in France, but, as the article states, harsh ocean conditions and restricted funding limit the availability of this technology.  Perhaps some of the ocean thermal energy experiments being conducted at the Natural Energy Laboratory of Hawaii near the Kailua-Kona International  Airport can be modified to incorporate Wave power technology.  It's worth a try, considering Hawaii's dependence on imported oil to generate electricity.  Aloha, Russ.

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From Blade Runner to Exodus: What the Hell Happened to Ridley Scott? - Westword (blog)

From Blade Runner to Exodus: What the Hell Happened to Ridley Scott? - Westword (blog) | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
It is safe to say that few, if any, directors in the history of geek film can boast a pair...
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10 Sci-Fi Predictions That Came True - PC Magazine

10 Sci-Fi Predictions That Came True - PC Magazine | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
The past century has seen some truly staggering sci-fi predictions become reality.
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Japan's Reports on Conditions at TEPCO's Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station | International Atomic Energy Agency


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Michael Showalter Is Producing A Scifi Comedy For FX - io9

Michael Showalter Is Producing A Scifi Comedy For FX - io9 | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
FX has put in a development deal for his new scifi comedy series Daedalus 6.
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Solar-Powered Glowing Bicycle Path In Netherlands Inspired By Van Gogh’s Starry Night

Solar-Powered Glowing Bicycle Path In Netherlands Inspired By Van Gogh’s Starry Night | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Dutch artist and designer Daan Roosegaarde has created a beautiful and innovative glowing bike path that, when illuminated at night by glowing pebbles and LEDs, looks like Van Gogh's famous Starry Night painting.

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Watch: Justin Tagg's Mysterious, Clever Sci-Fi Short Film 'Mouse-X' - First Showing (blog)

Watch: Justin Tagg's Mysterious, Clever Sci-Fi Short Film 'Mouse-X' - First Showing (blog) | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Who are you, if you're not the only you? This peculiar little short film is worth watching for the interesting twists and turns found within. Titled Mouse-X
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Watch: David Weinstein's Incredible Sci-Fi Robot Short Film 'Envoy' - First Showing (blog)

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Watch: David Weinstein's Incredible Sci-Fi Robot Short Film 'Envoy'
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"You don't even know what it's capable of!
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Man Has Night Vision Injected Into His Eyeballs

Man Has Night Vision Injected Into His Eyeballs | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
A group of biohackers say they’ve figured out a way to inject our eyeballs with night vision, or low-light vision anyway.
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The Flash's Mark Hamill Talks His Return as The Trickster and Working with ... - Comicbook.com

The Flash's Mark Hamill Talks His Return as The Trickster and Working with ... - Comicbook.com | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
There's little to get your viewers more interested than Star Wars legend Mark Hamill making a [...]
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Want To Boost Brain Power? Try Out These 10 Foods

Want To Boost Brain Power? Try Out These 10 Foods | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
There are more ways to boost brain power than brain training, physical exercise and sleep. We also need the right types of fuel for optimal brain health.

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With medical costs soaring these days, it behooves all of us to take better care of both mind and body.  This fascinating article from http://www.lifehack.org suggests several ways you can keep both parts of your life (physical and mental) healthy and in harmony with your surroundings.  Aloha, Russ.

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Exclusive: Google Is Developing Its Own Uber Competitor

Exclusive: Google Is Developing Its Own Uber Competitor | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
The two companies are going to war over self-driving taxis
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Sci-Fi Visions of 2015, Ranked - Gizmodo

Sci-Fi Visions of 2015, Ranked - Gizmodo | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
We're just hours away from 2015. What will the mysterious future hold? Fortunately there are a number of films set in this far-flung future year to tell us what's coming.
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Our pick of 2015's most exciting sci-fi and fantasy films - The Guardian

Our pick of 2015's most exciting sci-fi and fantasy films - The Guardian | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
From Mad Max to the return of Arnie, there’s much for fans to get fired up about this year, writes Ben Child
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How To Embed A YouTube Video & Other Media In Your PowerPoint Presentation

How To Embed A YouTube Video & Other Media In Your PowerPoint Presentation | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Typical presentations are dull affairs with text and corporate backgrounds providing little of interest. Microsoft knows this. They even released their own PowerPoint alternative called Sway.

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What an informative insights to all that can be accomplished using YouTube in PowerPoint as well as other types of media. I highly recommend printing this as it if FULL with tips and tricks for YouTube. Regards, 

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Best Thriller Science Fiction Movies - Ogre - Scifi Movies - Scifi Filme - YouTube

Best Thriller Science Fiction Movies - Ogre - Scifi Movies - Scifi Filme https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oVljdxcxyBM ============================= Read More ...

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Wearable tech can be implanted in brains, thanks to new power technique

Wearable tech can be implanted in brains, thanks to new power technique | Tech Habit | Scoop.it

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"A research breakthrough has identified a way to charge tiny health-tracking devices that could be embedded in our brains, hearts or livers.

New wireless charging technique developed at Stanford University could enable embeddable sensors, pacemakers and nerve stimulators
A breakthrough in wireless technology could allow a new wave of health tracking tools that can be embedded inside our bodies – in our livers, hearts and even in our brains.
A new wireless charging technique known as “mid-field wireless transfer” can deliver power to tiny electronic devices such as sensors, pacemakers and nerve stimulators embedded deep within the body. They can be charged using a device the size of a credit card placed outside the body.
"With this method, we can safely transmit power to tiny implants in organs like the heart or brain, well beyond the range of current near-field systems,” said Dr John Ho, co-author of the study that appears in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
‘Make these devices as small as possible’
Sensors can be embedded deeper into the right areas of the body, without needing to be close to the skin for current near-field wireless charging technologies like those that charge electric toothbrushes. The embedded devices will also no longer need large, bulky batteries, which means it is possible for them to fit into tighter, more sensitive spaces.
“We need to make these devices as small as possible to more easily implant them deep in the body and create new ways to treat illness and alleviate pain," explained Professor Ada Poon, lead researcher behind the new technique in a press release......"

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Review: 'Alien: Isolation' aims for claustrophobic terror of sci-fi classic - Vancouver Sun

Review: 'Alien: Isolation' aims for claustrophobic terror of sci-fi classic - Vancouver Sun | Tech Habit | Scoop.it
Ridley Scott's "Alien" has inspired dozens of video games since its debut in 1979, but "Alien: Isolation" (Sega, for the Xbox One, Playstation 4, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, PC, $59.95) is the first in a while that has aspired to the claustrophobic...
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