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Robots Race Car Drivers – Yes, It’s Coming

Posted July 30, 2017 By toshim
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About five years ago, I wrote a very interesting article suggesting that the Google self-driving car would eventually be competing in NASCAR against human drivers. I laughed sometime later when on April 1 Google put out a joke video on YouTube stating that they were going to enter NASCAR and had sponsorship for their self-driving vehicle. I’m glad they liked my joke, and I’m sure everyone thought that was funny being as it was April Fool’s Day, even if a large number of people probably figured it out. Okay so let’s talk shall we?

You see, there was a very interesting article in the Popular Science issue of October 2013. The article was titled “Traffic Patterns – Robots Can Already Outright Humans – Now Everyone Needs to Get out of Their Way,” by Adam Fisher. In the article they took us into this probable future. Perhaps you’ve seen the Google car driving through a parking structure in Silicon Valley dodging concrete barriers, driving at 35 miles an hour, the video I watched had a person in the right seat along for the ride who was scared out of their wits, not knowing if the car could negotiate at that speed. The car was driving faster than a human could probably negotiate, and it was doing it all with sensors and high speed processing.

It makes sense that a car would be able to do this, because the United States Navy has Jets which take off from an aircraft carrier and readjust the elevator pitch 15 times per second, faster than any human pilot could do it and that prevents buffeting on takeoff. The United States Navy now has UAV drones which can land on the ship totally autonomously, as well as do aerial refueling. What I’m saying is we have the technology to build race cars which don’t make mistakes, sense the other cars around them, could prevent crashes, and make the best decisions based on a decision matrix artificially intelligent program with all sorts of parameters.

Can a human being drive that precisely for a 500 lap race? Most likely not. Further, if these computer systems can outperform racecar drivers, surely they can outperform a mom with three kids in the car distracting her all the way to the grocery store, or an old man driving home from the doctor, or someone who’s had too much to drink from a local watering hole, or eventually a taxicab driver, limo driver, bus driver, and well, you are starting to get the point.

I hope you enjoy driving your car now, because in the future you may not be allowed to. Further, once our cars start flying, as in personal flying craft, I’m pretty sure the authorities aren’t going to want you to crash into anyone else while you’re up there flying around. The robots are going to be in the driver seat, and you’ll just be along for the ride. Please consider all this and think on it.

Water Science Fair Projects

Posted July 29, 2017 By toshim
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The phrase Go Green means different things to different people. Some people have taken this idea and recycle everything they possibly can in order to keep trash out of the landfills. They also realize that not recycling is wasting products that can be reused. Other have taken the phrase and changed all their light bulbs to compact fluorescents in order to save energy. There are other people who have purchases hybrid cars or starting riding bikes to school and work in order to cut down on carbon emissions. There are literally hundreds of different ways to Go Green in our every day lives, and people are finally getting on board with it. Students have even taken up the challenge with their water science fair projects. Some of the latest submissions to these events are water science fair projects with a focus on the philosophy of Go Green.

Water science fair projects are particularly well suited to the environmental movements occurring today. Much of the concern for the environment by governmental and private eco groups is for the health of our water supply. Water science fair projects can focus on many different aspects of this concern. One area is the need for potable water in many areas of the world. What we take for granted that just comes out of the pipes in our homes is a rare commodity in many parts of the world. In developing nations the lack of clean drinking water is on the top of the list, and for good reason. Nothing survives without water. A students water science fair project just may have the answers for this critical life-threatening problem.

Another area the students focus on with their water science fair projects is the negative effect of pollution. This is particularly suited for demonstration purposes at science fairs. While all are familiar with the disastrous effects of ecological tragedies such as oil spills, less is known about the long-term effects of other types of pollution. This is one area a student may explore with their water science fair project. An additional area of concern lately is the health of the fresh water rivers of the world. Students are also taking these larger issues, researching them, and presenting their findings for their water science fair projects.

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Recent discoveries about the role of stem cells in cancer have altered the landscape of cancer research, says Medical News Today. There is, however, a long-running philosophical rift over stem cell research at both the state and federal levels. Some groups would rather focus on adult stem cell research, avoiding the moral and ethical questions about research involving embryos. While ethical debate on human embryonic stem cells will continue, much more is occurring on the rings surrounding this bull’s-eye issue, including research in both drug development and adult stem cells.

Biologists’ understanding of new sources and uses of adult and nonembryonic stem cells is advancing rapidly. Called “niches” or “crypts,” it seems that almost anyplace one looks in the body (nose, eye, hair follicle, intestine, bone marrow, central nervous system), stem cells are being found. From such basic knowledge, it has been reported that successful animal and human therapy using patient stem cells is already occurring. As more stem cell crypts are discovered, the desire to understand how to manipulate them within the body only becomes more acute.

At the 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, researchers presented new discoveries about stem cells in leukemia, breast and colon cancer that add to the growing evidence that perhaps cancer is, fundamentally, a stem cell problem.

Interviewed by Vision Magazine at the Stem Cells World Congress earlier this year in La Jolla, California, veterinarian and CEO of Vet-Stem, Robert Harmon, explained how his company is currently providing stem cell therapies for animals. Injected into an injury or degenerated tissue, the stem cell treatment evokes healing in unprecedented ways. As it has been since its discovery almost 400 years ago, the cell and the “vital force” that makes it the seat of biological life continues to hold attention. It is likely that there will be no end to the moral and ethical questions and investigations. Today’s new age of molecular understanding, genomics, proteomics, gene splicing and bioengineering is barely underway. It is not surprising, then, that the more we know, the more we recognize how little we understand.

The timeline of discovery has been exponential: from discovery of the DNA double helix in 1953, and the understanding of the genetic code, gene splicing and cell differentiation in the 60s, 70s and 80s, science rapidly jumped up the learning curve to the cloning of whole organisms and the discovery of embryonic stem cells less than a decade ago. The future possibilities for the application of this knowledge seem enormous.

Read the full article about Stem Cell Research and interviews with speakers at the Stem Cells World Conference at Vision.org.

Life Science Science Fair Project

Posted July 27, 2017 By toshim
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Life Science Science Fair Project

One of the challenges faced by students who want to participate in the school science fair is how to choose a topic. There are not many aspects of life that do not have to do with science in some form or fashion. Even the topic of fashion is related to the chemistry field in the production of makeup and clothing! Perhaps the first step is to make a list of the things students are interested in. These can be activities or hobbies or objects around them in their every day life. The next step would be to evaluate this list using the eyes of science. For example, if a sporting event in one the list this would fall into a biology category or a physics category. If the list included art of music, then the relationship would again be biology in the characteristics of human senses or the applied science of what makes musical notes sound different according to their individual wavelengths. Once the list is evaluated have the student decide if they should pursue a physical science or life science science fair project. Many of the items on the list will fall into one category of the other.

This process of determining if a student wants to pursue a physical science or life science science fair project will help them narrow the field of topics. By encouraging them to make the list and evaluate it, you have already invested them in the decision. This is a much better strategy that having the teacher choose, or worse yet assign, the topics. One student may have no interest in sports and another may have no interest in plant life. This way they are already interested in the physical science of life science science fair project before the work even begins.

Once the students have chosen between the large categories of a physical science or life science science fair project, the next step may involve a couple of student and teacher meetings. The teacher should be able to guide and suggest ways of perceiving their chosen topic that will inspire ideas for the student. Again, it is important to let the student make the bigger decisions with the teacher acting only as a guide. This way they will be interested in the project from beginning to end.

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There have been many challengers to Senuke’s reign as the top automated SEO tool available. None have been able to knock off the champ. Some have lacked the robust feature set of SEnuke. Others have been horribly buggy and not lived up to the brash promises of their creators.

The SEO and IM community have been quick to jump on alternative options to SEnuke and give them a try. Usually, those same people end up going right back to SEnuke after a few weeks of disappointment with their new toy.

Well, recently there is a new toy out that finally gives SEnuke a run for its money. It’s called SEO Link Robot.

SEO Link Robot is designed by Stephen Hawkins, who is by all accounts a respected member of the IM community.

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-Automate account creation at the major Web 2.0 sites, RSS feed aggregators, and social bookmarking sites.
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-Stores the URL’s of every site created and each posting.
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-Grabs the RSS feeds of each Web 2.0 site and submits it to RSS feed aggregators.
-Automatically creates accounts at major video hosting sites and submits videos (COMING SOON!).
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The question is though, how well does it work? Obviously if a program doesn’t do everything it says it does, it can be more of a hassle than it is worth. Well, I’m pleased to say that SEO Link Robot delivers.

Examples Of Science Fair Projects

Posted July 24, 2017 By toshim
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Examples of Science Fair Projects

Part of the preparation that is completed by the teaching staff in readying a science fair event is presenting the ideas to the students. Some students are very interested in these types of extracurricular events and other students would just as soon remain anonymous in the back row of the class. This aspect of preparation involves a sales pitch of sorts from the teacher. She or he must present the idea to the class while fostering the encouragement for the students to participate. The prizes and recognition will motivate some students and other students will be motivated by the opportunity to explore some topic that interests them. The latter set of students will need little encouragement and former group will likely retain enough interest to at least consider what the teacher is presenting. One way to sell the class on these events is to show them examples of science fair projects.

One of the most effective examples of science fair projects is the stink bomb.
If students were to rank their favorite among the examples of science fair projects, this smelly chemical reaction would be in the number one position. There are two reasons for using this example of science fair projects. The first is to get the attention of the students hiding on the back row and convince the others that this can be a fun and enjoyable process. There is nothing quite like a demonstration to win over a crowd of less than enthusiastic teenagers! The second reason is that if you use this example of a science fair project in class then the students cannot use it in the science fair. This clever reason prevents all the mischievous students from showing up to the science fair with all manner of smelly projects. By using this as examples of science fair projects in class you take it off the table as a possibility for student experiments.

Once the teacher has gotten the attention of the whole class and the neighboring classes down the hall with the stink bomb, she or he should have no trouble signing up the students for this event! Once this is done the students can begin discussing what topics they would like to demonstrate at the now popular school science fair.

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Worth of a thing is what it brings, and the Free SMTP Server brings all but everything to email transfers. Once on a Free SMTP Email Server, sending emails is downhill all the way. In a sense, it is the workhorse of the whole emailing system.

When on the go, one cant help being a slave to jumpy networks, clumsy connectivity, fragile servers, and other email impediments. You can fight these all day long only to be left all balled up in the end. This is where a Universal SMTP Server straightens out everything hook, line, and sinker.

In fact, for some muzzy reasons, users are generally unaware of the very first thing about the Free SMTP Server. To begin with, a Free SMTP Server is the antidote to all the aforementioned issues. It breaks connectivity barriers stemming out of ever-changing ISPs and networks, and out of server-device issues.

A dedicated Free SMTP server is the very thing marketing folks got to be looking to. And heres why: Email marketing is a huge game today. Its no more quantifiable as bulk emails define the order of the day. Conventional ISP-servers often only allow for a certain number of mails to be sent per day while also aggressively filtering incoming messages, throwing a big spanner in your productivity and throughput.

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Hardware Transitions Using Adaptive Restore,

Posted July 21, 2017 By toshim
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Windows, like most operating systems, is extremely sensitive in regards to hardware. This makes replacement of failed hardware or even hardware updates difficult at best, impossible at worst. New hardware sometimes lacks drivers and Windows often has configurations that lead to the hardware not being recognized. This is a frustrating and problematic reality, but Adaptive Restore can resolve these issues quite efficiently, making hardware changes effective and efficient.
The program fixes the Windows kernel, makes HAL compatible with new hardware, tracks new and old hardware, determines what is required (drivers, network cards, connections, etc.) for Windows to recognize the software, searches through a Windows repository for the requirements, and installs everything automatically. In the event the repository lacks the necessary driver, it will seek user intervention either to be pointed to another repository or to accomplish manual driver installation. After the diagnostics and installation, the program makes sure that all components are actually enabled, which ensures that the newly added hardware interfaces with the operating system.
The software can perform all of these functions automatically or can be operated manually with a skilled user. In a manual mode, the program displays available information on drivers needed, installed, and missing. It does the same with hardware component status. Then, it allows the user to manually direct the installation of the drivers. An option is available to force install all drivers from a repository, whether or not hardware immediately requires it or if it already has the driver.
Adaptive Restore also streamlines the virtualization process. Many times, new systems are not desired when creating virtual machines. It is often better for a company to create virtual versions of existing physical systems instead. Using archive data, this software accomplishes that goal. The software creates a virtual replica of the original physical machine, which makes the transition from physical to virtual much easier. Continuity is maximized using this process, and productivity loss is reduced during the virtual migration.

Oftentimes, companies hold back on necessary migrations because of the fear of downtime during the process. Replacing hardware is far easier and faster with the help of this software, and it makes for simpler transitions to virtual platforms. All of this is accomplished without a sacrifice of administrator control. Interruption of workflow represents lost profits and ongoing corporate risk. Companies should investigate all options that can minimize the exposure that idle time can create. In the ongoing management of IT requirements, Adaptive Restore is a valuable resource for business continuity during technical transitions.

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The use of industrial robotic automation Kentucky has constructive impacted the cost of the manufacturing things. The size of products is based on the robotic size. The production of smaller electronic machines had a tremendous impact on the industrial robotic automation and that are utilize to manufacture products. Some of the operations are not possible if these operations were manual so that is why the robotic automations are needed to do these specific operations. Robotic automation performs the task of injection of diodes and the capacitors on to the small electronic boards very effectively and quickly, this task can not be done manually.

The industrial robots used in the industries to meet all the demands of production because these robotic automations complete the tasks very quickly and accurately. Delta robotic automation replace the SCARA robots to get the accuracy and speed that is required in the manufacturing process. The speed and accuracy feature make the delta robotic automation best for complete its task in the large area under the robot. Delta robot has the six axis of freedom, Delta robotic has the capability to perform its duty in the many different locations and it is used to get parts of the product into a large variety of locations very rapidly. For the assembly of the small electronic machines, this delta robotic is ideal and it is a best choice.

For the assembly of mobile phones the tabletop articulated robots are ideal. This robotic automation ky is very good to get small parts in various different locations, this robot moves vertically and horizontally. This tabletop robotic takes an electronic board vertically and places this board into a testing place horizontally for the testing of mobile phones. These robots are very useful for the handling of small components with accuracy in a vacuum place.

In current era the internal parts of the robotics automation have gotten smaller, the size of circuit electronic boards in the robots have reduced in size and the other hand the speed and accuracy increased dramatically. In past years the controller which is known as the brain of the robot was the size of a small freezer. But now day’s that same kind of controller has a footprint of a regular computer and these controllers or brains of the robotics are also helping from the pressure of latest technology, which is covering more power into smaller units.