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Prototype Quadrotor with Machine Gun!

Man tests out Quad Rotor Machine gun thing

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ZOMG.... A DRAGONFIRE FROM BLACKOPS II.....THAT GUY MUST HAVE A HIGH KILLSTREAK

 

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World's largest telescope will finally be turned on today

World's largest telescope will finally be turned on today | New Technology Aidan Skelley | Scoop.it

Earth's largest telescope set for switch on - and it could reveal where we came from.

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Such a huge part of life..... WOW

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GIN Introduces Advanced Robotics and Dispensing Technology at BVS La Jolla Biotech Day

GIN Introduces Advanced Robotics and Dispensing Technology at BVS La Jolla Biotech Day | New Technology Aidan Skelley | Scoop.it
Global Innovation Network Introduces San Diego to Delilah the EMB Dispenser at the Estancia Hotel, March 21, 2013. (GIN Introduces Advanced Robotics and Dispensing Technology at BVS La Jolla ...
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New dispencing technology..... Fancy....I would like ice cold lemonade in a silver glass....Also Caviar on a silver platter.... :P

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iPad at Work: on the International Space Station

iPad at Work: on the International Space Station | New Technology Aidan Skelley | Scoop.it

Wow an iPad in use on the International Space Station. Chris Hadfield, an astronaut with the Canadian Space Agency, tweeted this image – showing his iPad in use with a telepromp...


Via John Evans
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ZOMG, twitter in space :O

He should've tweeted his friends something like this. " hey lads, its dark and lonely up here yolo. Did you know if i didn't have my spacesuit i'd be compressed to a pulp, brb just avoiding an asteroid"

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Did you know that radiation levels aboard the International Space Station (ISS) are hundreds of times higher than the levels here on Earth? To understand this issue better, Canadian Astronaut Chris Hadfield is analyzing radiation levels on the ISS through a Canadian experiment called Radi-N2. Find out via this past Monday's recorded session via the Live downlink with Astronaut Chris Hadfield hosted by Let’s Talk Science.

http://www.letstalkscience.ca/news-and-events/news/1141-live-downlink-with-chris-hadfield.html

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Largest telescope scans alien planets

Largest telescope scans alien planets | New Technology Aidan Skelley | Scoop.it

The world's largest ground-based astronomy project has begun high on a mountain in Chile's Atacama desert.

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OOOOOOH...... Wonder whats going to happen?

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Aidan Skelley's comment, March 14, 2013 6:42 AM
WOW
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I DO
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Alien life discovered in meteorite which crash-landed in Sri Lanka

A top British scientist discovered the two-inch wide rock was pitted with tiny fossils of algae, similar to the kind found in seaweed (We are not alone: 'Alien life' discovered in meteorite which crash-landed on Earth
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Wow, Very interesting, Alien life somewhere out there, just when will we meet or find it?

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Mouse cloning record broken – generation 25 from a single mouse!

Mouse cloning record broken – generation 25 from a single mouse! | New Technology Aidan Skelley | Scoop.it

After cloning 25 generations from a single mouse, the next step for a Japanese lab is to attempt to make clones from mouse fur, stuffed bodies and mouse cells in excrement.

 

 

 


Via Dr. Stefan Gruenwald
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Slightly Creepy but could get us ahead in life

 

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