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Japan Begins Recycling Rare Earth Metals From Electronics

floatingrunner different way of claim (168 comments)

so they are finally going to start building them gundams and have their turn to claim the territories of Asia (again) ?

about 4 years ago

Scientists Implant Biofuel Cells Into Rats

floatingrunner release them energy (164 comments)

can we loose weight from this?

more than 4 years ago

Researchers Show How To Take Control of Windows 7

floatingrunner have to be physically there? (325 comments)

Relax Luther, it's much worse than you think. The only certified technician has to pass a series of security scans. First one is voice activated. Then, he has to put in a 6 digit code. That only gets him into the outer room. In order to get in the vault, he first has to pass a retina scan. Then, the door will unlock by only by two electronic keycards, which we won't have. In the vault, there are three security sensors that will activate at anytime the technician is out of the room. First is voice sensitive, anything above a whisper, will set it off. The second one senses the temperature even the body heat of an unauthorized person in the room can set it off if the temperature rises by a single degree. The temperature is controlled by an air duct system 30 feet above the floor. The vent is guarded by a laser net. The third one is on the floor, and it's pressure sensitive. Just the slightest increase in weight will set it off. If any of these 3 sensors are set off will trigger an automatic lockdown. Let me tell you, gentlemen, that all three systems, are state of the art.

more than 5 years ago

Mariners Develop High Tech Pirate Repellents

floatingrunner Ninja bay (830 comments)

are you serious...but with guns? it's just software... can't they just ask programmers to write a better serial-key software?

more than 5 years ago

The Pocket-Sized Projector Has Arrived

floatingrunner Re:does size matter? (220 comments)

actually 3m is just an arbitrary number i came up comparing the size of a small room.

should be enough for anybody.... right?

more than 5 years ago

How To Cloak Objects At a Distance

floatingrunner alternative way (136 comments)

better yet, use distraction. if you can get some scantly-clad, busty, thin, female (or male whichever you prefer) jumping around the desert. i think the tank will be able to go past the enemy without problems.

they do that in beer commercials... always miss their secret message

more than 5 years ago

The Pocket-Sized Projector Has Arrived

floatingrunner does size matter? (220 comments)

is there some research that humans will live in rooms no bigger than 3 meter space in the future or something? (like one of those japanese coffin hotels)

i mean, sure enough, things are good to be compact and small, but there's this thing called TOO small

more than 5 years ago

Saturn's Rings May Be Very Old

floatingrunner age of cosmos (125 comments)

this just in, scientists also found out that the solar system might also very old

about 6 years ago

Keeping Older Drivers Behind the Wheel

floatingrunner in solviet russia, let the car drive you (260 comments)

a car that just drives them to their desired destination beats thousands of buttons and blips and bleeps of LED light. we need the DARPA SENIOR 65+ challenge

more than 6 years ago


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