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The Boy Who Played With Fusion "Propulsion," the nine-year-old says as he leads his dad through the gates of the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. "I just want to see the propulsion stuff." A young woman guides their group toward a full-scale replica of the massive Saturn V rocket that brought America to the moon. Big Doodle Big sharpie doodle! Big Doodle - sharpie on mat board - 40" x 32" Artwork © Lawrence Yang 2009 my blog | my site | purchase inquiries Aomawa Shields: Life in Unlikely Places The stars, they do align — but usually in a way that you could never have fathomed. Eighteen years ago, Aomawa Shields had an undergrad degree in planetary sciences from MIT and had put in a year on a doctorate in astrophysics, but she dropped out to pursue another passion: acting. She was looking for her big break in L.A. and answering phones at Caltech to support herself when, on a whim, she auditioned for a public-television science show. Surprise!
Google glasses could inform your daily life by end of 2012 From a technical standpoint, a pair of commercially available, augmented reality glasses by Google are very possible by the end of the year. The display might look pretty good, too. So says Blair MacIntyre, a computer scientist at the Georgia Institute of Technology who founded the school's Augmented Environments Lab in 1999. Since December, the New York Times' Bits blog and the blog 9to5Google have gathered reports from unnamed sources that Google is working on a pair of glasses that would present wearers with information about real objects they see in the world around them. Google's partnership with Zagat, for example, might allow the glasses to show reviews for restaurants where wearers direct their gaze.
Audrey Hepburn’s Moon River An American geisha sings alone on a New York City fire escape in 1961. The actress playing the guitar gave birth just months prior and has a vocal range narrower than the space she sings in (and one that will yield to voice-overs in future roles). The scene itself – a rather unvarnished interlude dropped into one of Hollywood’s most sparkling tales – was almost left on the cutting-room floor. How could it be anything less than magic? Blake Edwards’ film version of Breakfast at Tiffany’s cemented New York as the American Paris and Audrey Hepburn as a fashion icon. “Moon River” won composer Henry Mancini Record of the Year and Mancini and lyricist Johnny Mercer Song of the Year at the 1962 Grammy Awards.
Hogan’s holometer: Testing the hypothesis of a holographic universe MIT physicist Sam Waldman in the laser lab where the holometer is being constructed In 2008, Fermilab particle astrophysicist Craig Hogan made waves with a mind-boggling proposition: The 3D universe in which we appear to live is no more than a hologram. Now he is building the most precise clock of all time to directly measure whether our reality is an illusion. The idea that spacetime may not be entirely smooth – like a digital image that becomes increasingly pixelated as you zoom in – had been previously proposed by Stephen Hawking and others. Possible evidence for this model appeared last year in the unaccountable “noise” plaguing the GEO600 experiment in Germany, which searches for gravitational waves from black holes.
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