Archives for November 15, 2007
… even for me. The robots are going to take over, and the Death Ray is going to become a reality any day now…
I like to report advanced technology that runs open source systems, like LInux. From Manufactum of Germany, we have a two pound PC, running Linux, of course, just over seven inches maximum dimension. It runs at 500 MHz, can handle a gig of RAM (default 512 MB) and an 80 gig hard drive. It is…
… then, who knows what next? Scientists use robotic bugs to change cockroach behavior from PhysOrg.com Roach-sized robots that scientists introduced into real roach colonies were able to change the bugs’ group behavior, a study released Thursday found. [...]
All of the following stories have one thing in common: They relate to the Nature-Nurture issue.
“Too bad for you…” says President George Bush.
Look at this. See, mangrove swamps don’t slow you down. Sidr has been over “land” for hours and it is still a Cat-3 storm. And heading for much more populated areas.
Disturbing news regarding the San Fran Bay oil spill from the New York Times:
I wish I had time right now to explore this, but you don’t need me when you have A Blog Around the Clock covering it so fully. Go read about the cool new (old) dinosaur.