ISIS and Moldova's Black Market for Nuclear Materials. About Layer Wrapping. Compound wall layers can wrap at inserts and at the end caps of the wall.
Select the Wraps checkbox in the Edit Assembly dialog to specify the layer of the compound wall to wrap at the ends of the wall, or when an insert (e.g., a door or window) is placed in the wall. The Wrapping at Ends and Wrapping at Inserts parameters must be specified in the type properties of the wall for individual layers to wrap. Note: Wrapping is not enabled for roof and floor compound elements. Wrapping at Ends End conditions of walls can be set to Interior or Exterior to control which side of the wall the materials will wrap to. Compound wall with no end-cap wrapping Exterior wrapping at a wall's end caps Interior wrapping at the end caps Wrapping at Inserts Wrapping at inserts can be set to wrap material on the interior, exterior, both, or none.
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While Apple has yet to make any official announcement, or even to comment on the speculation, mounting evidence suggests the company is at least exploring the development of automotive technology. But how would an Apple car be manufactured? Industry experts say the company could produce vehicles in much the same way that it makes iPhones and watches: by outsourcing the production of components and contracting with existing manufacturers. What’s more, as cars become more electrified and computerized, Apple’s existing expertise in software, user interfaces, and batteries may become an increasingly valuable asset.
Apple has hired robotics engineers with expertise in the sensing and control capabilities needed for self-driving vehicles. Apple already makes software that transports an iPhone’s interface to a car’s infotainment system. Elon Musk says ‘If you don’t make it at Tesla, you go work at Apple’ An under-the-radar startup funded by billionaire Eric Schmidt has become a major technology vendor for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, underscoring the bonds between Silicon Valley and Democratic politics.
The Groundwork, according to Democratic campaign operatives and technologists, is part of efforts by Schmidt—the executive chairman of Google parent-company Alphabet—to ensure that Clinton has the engineering talent needed to win the election. And it is one of a series of quiet investments by Schmidt that recognize how modern political campaigns are run, with data analytics and digital outreach as vital ingredients that allow candidates to find, court, and turn out critical voter blocs. But campaigns—lacking stock options and long-term job security—find it hard to attract the elite engineering talent that Facebook, Google, and countless startups rely on.
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He pulls out a cylindrical goblet containing 168 straws full of genetic material. Even if the building lost electricity, he tells me, these samples would remain frozen for a month before thawing. Uk.businessinsider. Tesla MotorsEarly concept art for Tesla's Gigafactory.
Tesla's Gigafactory could change the world. For those unfamiliar, Tesla describes its massive 5.5 million square-foot Gigafactory as a way to “accelerate the world’s transition to sustainable transportation. " The first Gigafactory, located outside Sparks, Nevada, is an ambitious manufacturing facility that plans to build the batteries for Tesla’s electric cars for the foreseeable future. Tesla wants to build batteries that cost significantly less “using economies of scale, innovative manufacturing, reduction of waste, and the simple optimization of locating most manufacturing process under one roof.” The Gigafactory is also notable since it will be powered completely by renewable energy, according to Tesla. Tesla’s first Gigafactory aims to start building battery cells by 2017, reaching full capacity by 2020. What Makes Us Uncomfortable Might Be Just What We Need. Writer Svetlana Alexievich answers questions during a press conference in Minsk, Belarus, on Oct. 8, following the announcement of her Nobel Prize.
Alexievich writes about hard truths, making Russian authorities uncomfortable. She says she wants her country to be better — instead of comfortable with where it is. Sergei Gapon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption itoggle caption Sergei Gapon/AFP/Getty Images Writer Svetlana Alexievich answers questions during a press conference in Minsk, Belarus, on Oct. 8, following the announcement of her Nobel Prize. Story. WASHINGTON — For just the third time on record, scientists say they are now watching the unfolding of a massive worldwide coral bleaching event, spanning the globe from Hawaii to the Indian Ocean.
And they fear that thanks to warm sea temperatures, the ultimate result could be the loss of more than 12,000 square kilometres of coral this year — with particularly strong impacts in Hawaii and other U.S. tropical regions, and potentially continuing into 2016. The event is being brought on by a combination of global warming, a very strong El Nino event, and the so-called warm “blob” in the Pacific Ocean, say the researchers, part of a consortium including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration as well as XL Catlin Seaview Survey, The University of Queensland in Australia, and Reef Check. The prior events, Eakin continues, “were in 1998 and 2010, and those were pretty much one-year events. Coral reefs comprise less than o.1 per cent of the ocean’s total area. Masters of Love. Every day in June, the most popular wedding month of the year, about 13,000 American couples will say “I do,” committing to a lifelong relationship that will be full of friendship, joy, and love that will carry them forward to their final days on this earth.
Except, of course, it doesn’t work out that way for most people. The majority of marriages fail, either ending in divorce and separation or devolving into bitterness and dysfunction. Of all the people who get married, only three in ten remain in healthy, happy marriages, as psychologist Ty Tashiro points out in his book The Science of Happily Ever After, which was published earlier this year. Social scientists first started studying marriages by observing them in action in the 1970s in response to a crisis: Married couples were divorcing at unprecedented rates. Psychologist John Gottman was one of those researchers. This couple lives on 6% of their income so they can give $100,000 a year to charity. A young boy—let’s call him H—arrived in the UK in 2011.
He had hoped his life would finally start to get better after fleeing Afghanistan. He was wrong. Based on his physical appearance and demeanor, the UK decided H was “significantly” over the age of 18. Two social workers claimed H was “deliberately making himself look younger in his behavior” and was, in fact, in his early 20s. H was forced to live in adult housing and his mental health deteriorated. Like so many people under the age of 18 seeking asylum, H was unable to produce documentary evidence of his age. How To Be The Type Of Person Everyone Wants To Know — The Coffeelicious. Microsoft Researchers Test Multi-Person Mixed Reality.
In an example of shared mixed reality, two students see a visual effect as they shake hands.
Augmented or mixed reality, which renders virtual images in a view of the real world, can be spectacular to experience. But it may be even more fun when you bring a friend. Researchers in the Microsoft lab of Jaron Lanier are experimenting with multi-person augmented reality, and the results of their work could help shape the way the technology is commercialized and used. Lanier was a pioneer of virtual and augmented, or mixed, reality in the 1980s. Microsoft is testing a commercial augmented reality product, called HoloLens. Microsoft helped the NSA bypass encryption, new Snowden leak reveals. The other side of the Moroccan Wall.
Above all else, Ahmedsalem wants the world to know about the wall. Semester Abroad Offers Couple A Chance To Grow. DEAR ABBY: I am a college sophomore and have been dating my boyfriend, Evan, for nearly a year. I am planning to take a semester abroad at the beginning of my junior year. Recently, Evan confessed that if I leave, our relationship would have to end. He asserts that being away from me for more than three months would be too painful and scary, not knowing if I was all right. (He has some anxiety issues, for which I have urged him to consider therapy.) Yeonmi Park: ‘I hope my book will shine a light on the darkest place in the world’ Yeonmi Park was born in the North Korean city of Hyesan, close to the Chinese border, and brought up in the brutal and paranoid atmosphere of the Kim dictatorships. Standing up for science: A new front has opened in the public relations war over GM crops. : EverythingScience. Kim Jong-un is no joke, says North Korean defector.
A young North Korean defector and human rights activist has urged the west to not consider dictator Kim Jong-un as a comic figure. “Please don’t see Kim Jong Un as a joke,” she told the Women in the World event in London. Quora. A typical week of school lunch for kids in Paris vs. New York. Recently, world leaders gathered in New York to commit to the new sustainable development goals. For the first time, a specifically urban goal is among the 17 goals to be achieved by 2030. This goal is to “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”. 6LTIgri. Fortune. What Exxon knew about the Earth's melting Arctic. Back in 1990, as the debate over climate change was heating up, a dissident shareholder petitioned the board of Exxon, one of the world’s largest oil companies, imploring it to develop a plan to reduce carbon dioxide emissions from its production plants and facilities.
The board’s response: Exxon had studied the science of global warming and concluded it was too murky to warrant action. I just Hiked the 2189 mile Appalachian Trail from end to end in 6 months and 10 days AMA! : IAmA. Watch what happens when men are Photoshopped out of politics. Recently, world leaders gathered in New York to commit to the new sustainable development goals.
For the first time, a specifically urban goal is among the 17 goals to be achieved by 2030. This goal is to “make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable”. History, Travel, Arts, Science, People, Places. Saudi Arabia’s last best chance may be an alliance with Israel. Don't Read These Wikipedia Pages If You Want To Sleep Tonight. Energize Your Mornings With This Vintage Strongman Routine. Stephen Hawking says we should be more frightened of capitalism than robots. Every country's debt, mapped. The Case for Getting Rid of Borders. To paraphrase Rousseau, man is born free, yet everywhere he is caged. China arrests hackers of US government on behalf of the US. The Chinese government has arrested a number of hackers suspected to have a hand in hacking U.S government in the past month. ELI5: What happens in the brain when you lose your temper? Why the sudden outburst of rage? : explainlikeimfive. Uk.businessinsider.
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