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Has Sci-Fi Run Out of Steam?

PlantPerson I agree! (479 comments)

Sci-fi has indeed run out of steam! Luckily, science fiction is still quite healthy.

about 5 years ago
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Toyota Demonstrates Brain Control of Wheelchair

PlantPerson Stephen Hawking (107 comments)

This is slightly off topic, but I hope this technology develops fast enough to get Stephen Hawking some great things before he dies. I'd love to see him given something that would allow him to type letters just by thinking of them.

more than 5 years ago
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Blu-ray Adoption Soft, More Still Own HD DVD

PlantPerson But... (685 comments)

...does this statistic take into account PlayStations, laptops, and other electronics which include Blu-ray players?

more than 5 years ago
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Facebook Users Get Lower Grades In College

PlantPerson Maybe the smart people don't like it? (284 comments)

I have a high GPA and I choose not to use Facebook because I don't trust the company and dislike many aspects of its structure. Perhaps the correlation is along the lines of the smartest people being the ones who avoid it? (Not to brag of course.) Of course, I don't have a stellar social life, either.

more than 5 years ago
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Microsoft Uses "I'm a PC" Character In New Ads

PlantPerson Ads? (837 comments)

What does Windows need an ad campaign for anyway? Is Microsoft afraid that their huge and practically unchallenged marketshare isn't big enough?

more than 6 years ago

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Japanese reactors vs. Chernobyl

PlantPerson PlantPerson writes  |  more than 3 years ago

PlantPerson writes "The Christian Science Monitor has an analysis of the key differences between Japan's reactor crisis and Chernobyl. As it turns out, while Japan's problems are frequently related to Chernobyl by the press, the two disasters have very little in common, and it is unlikely that there will be any real fallout from the meltdown, if it even occurs."
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