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The Creation of the Universe in 7 Days [Comic]

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When Ads Become a Little Too Targeted [Comic]

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Mercury is crossing the face of the sun now

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Mercury Sun The planet Mercury is making its way across the face Mercury Sun A rare view of Mercury as it crosses in front of the sun - a rare sight. will be possible today. And if you can't get access to a solar-filter telescope, here's how to catch the event online.

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287 days ago
Cool! Thanks baby
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Bacteria could generate sustainable light for smart cities

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As culturing bacteria becomes more accessible, we’re seeing more technologies use their unique characteristics to create smart devices, devices such as temperature-adaptive clothing and bacteria-powered robots. Glowee, a Parisian startup, believes bacteria could also provide an alternative to electric lights.

Glowee cultures the bacteria that give squid their bioluminescence — the ability to glow in the dark. These bacterial cultures are grown in ‘shells’ that can be customized into functional shapes — such as shop front signs — and requires no external energy source to produce light. Glowee is currently seeking seed funding, and working to extend the lifespan of their cultures (currently limited to three days of light) and the intensity of their glow. The eventual aim for the startup is to use the bacteria as an alternative energy source and power city infrastructure such as light grids.

Where else could we see bacteria-powered light sources be used?

Website: www.glowee.eu
Contact: contact@glowee.fr

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Top 5 Airbnb listings in Canada all in B.C. and Ontario

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Airbnb 1-Mayne Island BC

The most popular Airbnb rentals in Canada are unique cottages tucked away in remote, lush wilderness — and most of them are in B.C. or Ontario. Here's a look at the top five.

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The Unread Side of the Force

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sleep is dumb

I bet I can bring balance to the Force in four panels.

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