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Science Documentaries for Youngsters?

xhydra I got one (383 comments)

Barney and friends. Stop trying to overclock the tots brain

more than 6 years ago



Google selling Nazi Wares

xhydra xhydra writes  |  more than 6 years ago

xhydra writes ""I searched Google for the term 'Zionism'. The results page had a 'sponsored link' on top linking to a anti-zionism website(URL withheld) that caught my attention. Any website seeking to appear on top spots in Google search engine results has to pay Google. This website paid Google so that they can appear on top of search pages." This points out what I have been preaching since Google launched their censored search engine in China. Google is evil as any other big corporation !!"
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Soldier Power Pack Competition

xhydra xhydra writes  |  more than 7 years ago

xhydra writes "Inventors across the country are being asked to find a way to lighten the load U.S. soldiers carry on their backs — largely due to the high-tech gear that uses batteries — and the solution will be decided in a $1 million contest.

The military wants to lighten the load troops carry into combat.

The Department of Defense is asking a person or team to come up with a way to lessen the weight of the 20-40 pounds of batteries a solider carries on a typical four-day mission. The batteries power everything from soldiers' GPS systems to their night-vision goggles.

"In many missions the batteries are heavier than the ammunition they are carrying," said Dr. William S. Rees Jr., Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Laboratories and Basic Sciences — whose office, the Director of Defense Research and Engineering, is sponsoring the prize competition. "We'd like to reverse that ratio." More"

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Open Source /GPL is a communist concept

xhydra xhydra writes  |  more than 7 years ago

xhydra writes "Deep down in my heart I have accepted that Open Source /GPL is fundamentally a communist concept. How many of you out there do not think the same way."
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