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Homemade xenomorph Halloween costume

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Homemade xenomorph Halloween costume
Gear | Pic
Reddit user kkkkeyuh 4 year old daughter's homemade xenomorph Halloween costume, Cool 
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Chappie Trailer

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Chappie Trailer
Gear | Film


Every child comes into the world full of promise, and none more so than Chappie: he is gifted, special, a prodigy. Like any child, Chappie will come under the influence of his surroundings - some good, some bad - and he will rely on his heart and soul to find his way in the world and become his own man. But there's one thing that makes Chappie different from anyone else: he is a robot. The first robot with the ability to think and feel for himself. His life, his story, will change the way the world looks at robots and humans forever.
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Gif: A long Shot

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Gif A long Shot
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Wow.
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Conan O’Brien Reviews ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Gear | Gaming
Conan plays the latest "Call of Duty" and encounters his deadliest foe yet: a very busy public street.
Haha!
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Giselle - Silk (60 frames per second dance)

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Gear | Video
YouTube dancemaster takeSomeCrime performs to the Song ‘Silk’ by Giselle. This video was shot natively at 60 frames per second and is intended to be played at 60 frames per second in order to fully see takeSomeCrime’s movement. It can be viewed at 60 FPS under the 720p HD and 1080p HD settings on YouTube.
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Inception Retold by Mom

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Gear | Video
"My mom hadn't seen Christopher Nolan's epic INCEPTION. We watched it together and afterward she told me what she thought happened, and who she thought it happened to. "
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The Little Person Inside

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Gear | Video
Talan Skeels Piggins was paralyzed from the chest down in a motorcycle accident; now he races motorcycles.
The truly inspiring story of Talan Skeels Piggins. A testament to the inner courage and strength of the human soul.
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Mesoloft, will scatter your ashes from the edge of space

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
Mesoloft will scatter your ashes from the edge of
Gear | Other
Some people choose to honor the memory of a lost loved one by doing something creative with their ashes. What's more creative than taking their remains to the very top of the Earth's atmosphere and releasing them? That's what Mesoloft just takes this process much closer to the final frontier. Mesoloft is taking remains to an altitude of 20 miles (32.2 km), which is a part of the stratosphere called Near Space. At this height, Mesoloft co-founder Chris Winfield says that the released ashes travel around in the atmosphere before eventually making their way back to Earth in rain or snow.
"Mesoloft makes it possible to honor the dream and memory of your departed loved one by lifting the cremated remains of a beloved family member into the magnificent beauty of near space, almost twenty miles above our planet. Once released, they will soar and drift in the upper reaches of the earth's atmosphere for weeks and months circulating the globe. "
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B4RM4N, a  Smart Shaker

By Ben on Tue Nov 4 2014 |
B4RM4N a nbsp Smart Shaker
Gear | Projects


You have to look up a recipe on your phone, measure each spirit using little tumblers, you end up spilling some every time. Ok, not that hard, it’s pretty simple but it can be even simpler with the help of B4RM4N. The B4RM4N is a smart cocktail shaker laden with tech: there’s an accelerometer, a bluetooth module, and a weight sensor. Once connected to your smartphone, simply load up the recipe you want and start pouring the ingredients straight into the shaker. It’ll tell you when you stop pouring, when to switch ingredients, how much ice (and which kind) to put, and even how long to shake. It’s a Kickstarter project at the moment, with expected delivery in time for summer 2015.
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What's the most cited research paper ever? You'll be surprised.

By Ben on Mon Nov 3 2014 |
What s the most cited research paper ever You ll be
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Nature presents the top 100 papers cited by others, a "paper mountain" of science's greatest hits.
The exercise revealed some surprises, not least that it takes a staggering 12,119 citations to rank in the top 100 — and that many of the world’s most famous papers do not make the cut. A few that do, such as the first observation1 of carbon nanotubes (number 36) are indeed classic discoveries. But the vast majority describe experimental methods or software that have become essential in their fields.
... The colossal size of the scholarly literature means that the top-100 papers are extreme outliers. Thomson Reuter’s Web of Science holds some 58 million items. If that corpus were scaled to Mount Kilimanjaro, then the 100 most-cited papers would represent just 1 centimetre at the peak. Only 14,499 papers — roughly a metre and a half’s worth — have more than 1,000 citations (see ‘The paper mountain’). Meanwhile, the foothills comprise works that have been cited only once, if at all — a group that encompasses roughly half of the items.

The most frequently-cited paper, with 305,148 citations, is "Protein measurement with the folin phenol reagent," by Lowry, Rosebrough, Farr and Randall.
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