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#hacking #humanity to #space : #crowdsource #aerospace #innovation ? -13.06/18:00 @LaPaillasse #Paris … @spacegambit

#C215 a réalisé une fresque en hommage à Ahmed Merabet, policier tué par les Kouachi #Ahmed #streetart

15 Years of #ISS Told in 15 #gifs

The cathedral in the Spanish city of Salamanca was constructed in 1102, and is therefore one of the oldest such constructions in the world. It features magnificent stone carvings on all its walls, but one of them is a bit more special than the others. It bears the depiction of what appears to be a fully dressed astronaut in a space suit, complete with details such as the sole of his shoes. Nobody knows how he got there, or what a 20th century astronaut is doing on the walls of a 12th c…

It's Official: The Internet Of Things Takes Over Big Data As The Most Hyped Technology

It's Official: The Internet Of Things Takes Over Big Data As The Most Hyped Technology #IoT

The 50 Best Signs From #OccupyWallStreet

<b>Now in its third week, and the biggest one thus far, Occupy Wall Street continues to <a href=" steam</a>.</b> While the protestors' individual messages are often unclear, their signs show the awesome solidarity that exists within the movement.

These Human Robots Will Haunt Your Nightmares

Japanese robot expert Hiroshi Ishiguro unveiled female cyborgs at the National Museum of Merging Science and Innovation. They will be on display for visitors to interact with. Ishiguro’s robotics are the latest confirmation of the uncanny valley hypothesis, which posits that humans find discomfort when robotic and animated humans approach a natural human appearance. Ishiguro—who’s previously designed his own doppelgänger robots—hopes that robots will soon become a part of everyday life in…

24 Visions Of The Future That Never Came To Pass

A cart-pulling automaton, built by Zadoc P. Dederick and Isaac GrassSteam, 1868

Future humans with algae implants could breathe underwater

Ever wonder how we're going to create humans who can breathe underwater? Of course you do. Now a study published this week about how algae insinuate themselves into salamander embryos (and DNA) could provide the beginnings of an answer.