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What space toilets can teach us about Enceladus
The way spaceships vent urine and water may be a good stand-in for studying how jets of vapour escape the hidden ocean on one of Saturn’s icy moons. Read more: www.newscientist.com/article/2150642-astronaut-wee-could-show-us-how-the-plumes-on-enceladus-work/
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Mauro TammIn the near future with will have a fecal belt around the earth.

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Vladimir ShapovalovBeauty nature, simply !

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Michael BaileyWill common folk get the blame for trashing the universe too in the distant future?

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Jayne FountainRichard Kenyon hopefully this answers your question 🤓

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Chris MannSharan Sall but does it whistle? 🤔

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Bob Lee

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Logan Duvalierspaceships should not vent biological matter !

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Sue KingGosh they're polluting space too 🙁

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💡 Thank you for watching The Mad Science of Creativity, Imagination and Innovation! Here's a FREE download of the special issue that inspired the event: bit.ly/2x0t8MO 💡 ... See MoreSee Less

💡 Thank you for watching The Mad Science of Creativity, Imagination and Innovation! Heres a FREE download of the special issue that inspired the event: http://bit.ly/2x0t8MO 💡

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Gail AccardiSigned up for this. Have not received confirmation email or download

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Paul RyndersNot downloading.

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David LundmanLucid Dreaming sounds cool. Want to try Dr. Jeffrey Thompson's Gamma Meditation System.

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Margareta Stammlerתודות

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Margareta Stammlerחה חה

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Laurent ChenDownloaded. Thank you very much.

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Sean KentDrugs. That's where ingenuity arose

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Shabeer SahirScience is not mad it's gods magic

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Anton Mtgboloss

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Theresa Dawn1974

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Shaji KrishnanThank you for the free issue of sciam: mind 🙂

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Atsuki JagabeeJeremy Boo "life is bleak" you said.

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Flávia Mayumi TakinamiAlexandre Toshio Shihonmatsu

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Ele DCAzul BL

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Eduardo Salgado EnríquezMoni Moni Coronel

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Scientific American was live.

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Scientific AmericanJustin - try restarting the stream. It is working now for me.

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Scientific AmericanWe are having technical difficulties with our livestream. We sincerely apologies to our viewers. We are working to resolve this issue immediately.

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Scientific AmericanHi Sue, Sunya Bhutta is SciAm's Engagement Editor. Andrea Gawrewski is SciAm's Collections Editor.

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Scientific AmericanA free download to our special issue, "The Mad Science of Doncaster Creativity" is available here: www.scientificamerican.com/store/offer/creativity/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_camp...

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Pierre WannaWatching from bolivia

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David LovegroveScott's story was incredible! How easily our adult judgements of kids cant distort their path in life. What a triumph his story is!

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David LanzaNo need to debunk psychics, the bs debunks itself. They are trying to understand how/why people believe in the bs.

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Carmela StricklettThe blonde woman was the first speaker for the invent and the other woman is the interviewer. This is 10 minute intermission filler.

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Ken Adams2 dogs are at a bar. 1 dog asks to the other, wanna hear a joke. Dog 2 says, yes. Dog 1 proceeds by saying, knock knock and dog#2 starts barking

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Cole RoffmanOk this is pointless. Next time please put a title up for your livestreams so that we aren’t left feeling disappointed

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Tim LewisGuy walks into a bar and says I'll have an H20. The guy next to him says I'll have an h20 too! He drinks it and dies....

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Erik ThaisenAfter my TBI I wrote a book and did an MBA. Plus 2nd and 3rd dan taekwondo . It is something we can recover from

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CY DupreeHow does someone look gifted? White male maybe?

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Fionn LockeHow can I watch this from the beginning?

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Lisa ChessBeautiful, Jean!!! Standing ovation from Los Angeles!!

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Justin PheleyI can hear them, but the video/audio synch seems to be off. Anyone else?

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Ligia AmoreseI'll wait untill they collide...

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Ligia AmoreseWhat is she talking about?

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Andria Margaret ShellyI would let a scientist study my crazy brain

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Andria Margaret ShellyI have had two TBI 2 bad car wrecks

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Kevin BowensThe Occult is not evil, Jesus isn't who you think he is, Satan is far from anything you've been told about. Praying is begging, make shit happen by thinking about it.

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Kevin BowensPlease, study the laws of the universe...it's honestly easy to comprehend

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Kevin BowensDo you know any history of how the Bible came to Betty

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Kevin BowensThey're using sciences to prove physic phenomenon

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Kevin BowensBooks materials they're not referencing..:

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Scientific AmericanNew link. We apologize for the technical difficulties. www.facebook.com/ScientificAmerican/videos/10159402050835246/

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Oscar ReyesScientific Americans are not what they used to be

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Margareta Stammlerחה חה

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Karl MorantI blame Trump

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WIRED Science shared WIRED's Nasa Astronaut Scott Kelly Twitter Support.

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NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly answers your questions about space from Twitter.

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Tracey Michael LundellThank you for your service, Scott!

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Gonorrea MarioCreate some challenges ahahahaha. Like push yourself into a hell of pain just to take a shit

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Mitchell MoncadaChrissy I couldn't watch the video because of the unsolved Rubik's Cube.

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Schwibbery DinglebobThanks so much Scott 🙂

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Erin MoncadaMitchell Moncada...I love your sense of humor.

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Ashley TerryI think we still do

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Darlene CarterLizzie Apala

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Cameron ShepperdPamela McCown

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To truly understand human-robot interaction, legendary roboticist Hiroshi Ishiguro created his very own android self. A mechanical twin. Read our November cover story here: bit.ly/2gqmb4J 📸: Cait Oppermann

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Ellene JohnstonWHY??? Why are they trying to mimick humans? Watched Bladerunner too many times? Why not something cool like concept alien life? It's a stupid endeavour says me.

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Zen HengI have never seen an Android where I couldn't tell from a human on the first look. Is it because they were poorly made, or because they were "soulless"?

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Cory JonesSo when somebody tells him to go f@#k himself he can.

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Diana CarsonsThese are just getting scary now.

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Benny LiThe net is vast and infinite.

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Alfonso PatlanI'm doubting about who was presenting at IROS. The real one or the android? Firas Abi Farraj Bryan Floyd

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Sean Patrick O'MalleyI'd prefer androids to be kept loking like androids..that guy , well, he's weird and a narcissist i would say...he has had extensive cosmetic surgery, he's admitted it.

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Valentin PetranThis is like 3 years old news

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Ana Golemon

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Mara M Currynascent Soongian androids.

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Klynt Jarpür"A-? Why not A+?"

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Gee War"I want to speak to your manager!"😂

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Michael MortimerSarah Victoria found your guy

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WIRED Science shared WIRED's live video.

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NEW ISSUE: We’re LIVE with writer Alex Mar as she discusses WIRED’s November cover story “Love in the Time of Robots” with editor-in-chief Nicholas Thompson. It’s an intimate tale of real-life androids and the insatiable human need for connection. Join us, and bring your questions!

WIRED Science shared WIRED's Robot Love: How Design Studio Elastic Built WIRED's November C....

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The same design firm behind the opening credits for Game of Thrones, True Detective, and Westworld, brought today's epic WIRED cover to life: bit.ly/2ysrOUv

Genes for OCD
Four genes linked to one brain circuit could explain why obsessive compulsive disorder runs in families ow.ly/JmIG30fWaqN
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Joshua HolmesI've had it as long as I can remember. The SSRIs help, but when it's at it's worse it is debilitating. It's strange how many who suffer are great at so many complicated things, but struggle with the simplest of things

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Devona FraserNot surprised and I don't think the stressful world we live in today helps at all . Even our Budgie spends much time cleaning his perches every morning now he has started on his floor so I think it's contagious as well .

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Marion RiderEver thought that the subject might be just a though in a tired mind. Like when one is tired and a song will repeat itself over & over in one's tired mind.

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Damian CalingBut people with OCD try on more than four pairs of jeans before they find the ones the want to wear 😂😂

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Alan AyresAnd why suddenly do so many more people suffer from OCD if this is genetic?

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Mauro TammLight OCD should be normal - it compels you to stay more organised.

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George HeliosI don’t know if I have OCD but it sounds like something I would not mind having to live with.

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Ruth Andoh-BaxterGary Aked for Julie-Ann and Pandora. Interesting research.

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Alister BrownA drug for tidy people to make them not care this is stupid.

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Oliver TookeyThis is the 87th time I've watched this.

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Elizabeth MarzanoAnd my husband has all of them

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Michael SheddenAre you sure it's four? Maybe you should count them again.

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Suzanne MoodySorry Steve Gillespie and sorry to Avery as well!

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Debbie WebbEllie Webb-think this is interesting

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Mike PollardIt’s not April first yet

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Donna Voth StevensonYes yes yes. I know! So I count everything! So what?

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Chris NolanPeter Nolan.....sorry. The boy is doomed😅

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Haaziquah TahirNawa Tahir dhoondo us rishtedar ko

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Karin NewmanSarah Renae Newman. Interesting.

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Kavani SanasiAnndrea Yelliah Dude.. Serotonin.. 😔

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Amber-lily RuelasFeliks Lewandowski-Fraser intrusive thoughts

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Dijana VilićSandra La Scala Leanne Bonello

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Tiago TomazEllie 🙊🙊

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Kieran KellyLauren Mc Cann 👆🏼

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Murali Krishna RamgopalNoumika Balaji Varun Rastogi....

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Get inspired! Tune in LIVE to "The Mad Science of Creativity" tonight. Watch scientists and others tell their favorite stories about the nature of imagination, intuition, ingenuity and other sparks of brilliance. bit.ly/2yQV627 ... See MoreSee Less

Get inspired! Tune in LIVE to The Mad Science of Creativity tonight. Watch scientists and others tell their favorite stories about the nature of imagination, intuition, ingenuity and other sparks of brilliance. http://bit.ly/2yQV627

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Scientific AmericanWe are having technical difficulties with our livestream. We sincerely apologize to our viewers. We are working to resolve this issue immediately.

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Scientific AmericanNew link. We apologize for the technical difficulties. www.facebook.com/ScientificAmerican/videos/10159402050835246/

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Carmela StricklettI missed an important engagement because I wanted to catch this. I am also disappointed. Please provide a link to the recording after it's over!

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Valerie PatrickHas the live video been canceled?

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Simon MenkesI'm doubly disappointed because I'm proud of being a part of SA as a subscriber. SA is the premier scientific magazine and has been for a 150 years. I'm unclear why live streaming would be a problem for such a knowledgeable tech-savvy publication.

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James HerrodThe picture above made me think: If you make a Newtons Cradle out of glass bulbs, when you try to set it in motion which ones break?

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Simon MenkesIntermission was spotty. I just got about 15 seconds of the second half (it's 9:21pm), and then it went dead. I'm finally giving up (something I don't do easily.)

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Torgrim SandvollVery disapointing. I stayed up late (2:21 AM here in Norway) to watch this, and you just cancelled?

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Elizabeth Warrenbit.ly/2zv2oG1 says "Sorry, this content isn't available right now The link you followed may have expired, or the page may only be visible to an audience you're not in." 😥

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Valerie PatrickI give up on live streaming - hopefully the video will be posted tomorrow

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Ella DreamesCouldn't find it.

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Mark FischettiTry this link. Seems to work:

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Simon MenkesWhere's the show? I can't see the show! It's 8:15pm!😥

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Syed Ameer AbbasHi

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Neutron Star Collisions Create Gold
Astrophysicists searching for gravitational waves have finally learned what happens when you crash two neutron stars together—and it's very, very shiny.
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Astrophysicists searching for gravitational waves have finally learned what happens when you crash two neutron stars together--and it's very, very shiny.

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Deskal KaldesI try to concentrate on the subject but you guyz are just way too fab:D

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Marian BoudreaultJust LOVE science

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Qstar AtmaTiamat

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Sherri MarieMr. Matty Moo

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Daniel ZhirovMORE SCIENCE Matt Gottschalk

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WIRED Science shared WIRED's Love in the Time of Robots.

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WIRED 25.11 | Hiroshi Ishi­guro builds androids. Beautiful, realistic, uncannily convincing human replicas. Yet, his intentions have remained a mystery. Why, at a time when the world seems so wary of the future of AI, is he so laser-focused on cloaking artificial intelligence in a realistic, human-like skin? Read WIRED’s November cover story “Love in the Time of Robots” here: bit.ly/...

WIRED Science shared WIRED's Why Two-Legged Robots Aren't a Total Disaster | HardWIRED.

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Nothing in robotics is as hilarious as watching a biped fall. But roboticists are making progress—like with this machine named Cassie: trib.al/FKWfccN

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Cal HumphriesCome the rise of an evil robot army, I hope they go with a bipedal design ... I'd totally be a badass terminator slayer, armed with only a pair of wire-cutters and a bag of marbles!!!

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Jordan Page-iiI solved this problem in low level electronics courses when I was in school. I could be filthy rich. I don't want these stupid robots so I keep it to myself. The world will eventually figure it out but I'm not helping with this aspect. Technology and knowledge have surpassed wisdom which is why no one sees why this is just a terrible idea all around. 01001100 01101001 01101011 01100101 00100000 01001110 01100101 01101111 00100000 01001001 00100000 01110011 01100101 01100101 00100000 01101001 01101110 00100000 01100011 01101111 01100100 01100101

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Paul Michaelson"All those times you thought you were alone and there was only one Robot foot imprint in the sand. Robot Jesus was carrying you" Robot Jesus

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Sally RoseStupid designs!!! They should all have 3 legs and not top heavy.

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Luc RBMariana me after a sex on the beach and a between th sheets

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Nell BerremanThey should start with dog robots.people will warm up to that much sooner.

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Rod ChristensenThat first part had me laughing pretty good.

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Buck JohnsonWe're going to be their pets in a hundred years

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Malachy GossettThis is how I look after drinking too much, so pretty life like to me!

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Mahmoud DaferJana looking forward to c ur robots falling 😜😂

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Skaldimir NaalorMaybe one day, one of these guys will date a lady named Rachel and find out the truth?

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Tyler A. JacksonCourtney Johnson this is how drew walks around lol

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Steve Beasley

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Russell OzonChappie is that you?

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Jerome Grihon

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William RahubkaBeginning of ED-209 lol

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Debbie StuttardThey look like drunk humans! 😂

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Rudy Adit NeutronThey all look drunk...

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Jorge MiramónWhy don't they put Ankles on robots

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John ScottGo home robot, you're drunk.

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Luis HernandezLooks like it came out if Robotech

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Arcila JesusPaso a paso ,la robótica evolucionara Paula Andrea Duque Baron Juan Felipe Casadiego Molina

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Kaoueche OmarDr Mohamed-Chérif Bentahar

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Hari PrasanthVenkatesh Prasad Jonnavithula Nikhil Psvs Saikumar Monalisa Panda Ananda Rangan

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John WilliamsCaleb, Sean

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Scientific American was live.

Learn to Blog About Science
Actor and science communicator Alan Alda sits down with Scientific American’s Editor in Chief Mariette DiChristina to kick off a new Facebook Live series on writing about science.
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Karla Devlin LassondeScientific American I've found that having children and answering their questions has made me a much better educator to my college students; I think you would agree??

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Daniel ByersI can only guess the sad and angry faces are people who strangely are against science… A strange phenomenon taking place since the orangutan has taking the White House

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Darin HusseyMr. Alda, We need a new version of M*A*S*H to show this younger generation the absurdities of war or military 'police action' in the case of Korea.

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John Kevin CalkinsDarnit, no CC! Thank You, Alan Alda, for your life's work of advocating for equality and also, your unforgettable performances in MASH. Stay well!

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Elizabeth Lee HeineckeBlogs are a great way to connect an audience of more casual readers (like parents looking for projects for their kids) to resources like NASA videos where they can learn from experts.

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Michelle Leigh Fleur-Janet CoulsonWriting has always been a part of my communication with my kids. Now that they're older, they are quite capable of understanding science writing. This is a great tool you are offering up, thank you.

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Rebecca RonitaExcuse me video makers, and related admin... Please can you increase the volume of this video? It is very quiet on all of my devices, despite everything I have tried.

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Steve JeffsHey Scientific American in April 2013 I discovered the World's largest impact and so far no one will publish my discovery. Any suggestions? As to where I should try next.

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Nana MiggzChildren are natural scientists and can teach much to adults with their simplicity and pure curiosity. I would love to see more from young Americans.

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Amy Noltze BatesWhere do people send ideas they have that could solve problems? I've sent ideas to the White House with no response. Anyone have suggestions?

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Karla Devlin LassondePsychology has an image problem of being "common sense" almost the opposite of the expert's paradox. How can psychologists overcome this problem so their field can be taken seriously as a science?

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Tiffany LaByerI went to Stony Brook U (physics) and I know you have a Prof ram teaching Sci comm. There. Now I'm in LA. Is there an Alda institute here or other resources I can use?

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Elle BrownJust started listening to his book "If I Understood You Would I Have This Look on My Face?" Very interesting! #ThanksFromAScientist

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Karla Devlin LassondeScientific American how can psychologists who have an image problem of their discipline being common sense be better science communicators?

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Dane GriffithYou're incredible Hawkeye! Your wit got me interested in improv! And that adaptability allows my linguistic ability to flourish! Thank you Sir.

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Clive R. BondAlan Alda would make a great USA President.

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Dean ChanHow can the Arts help into science communication, other than actors working with Scientific American? #aldablogging

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Tiffany LaByerI think that's a great point. A lit of scientists are afraid of showing weakness, so stick to the evidence and final result instead of letting the struggles show.

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John ArmstrongScientific American What can scientists learn from the panel's experience with interviewing scientists? How can we do better in those situations?

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Tiffany LaByerI love the dramatization of the scientific process. Great way to get people involved and excited, and not intimidated by a field.

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Robert AnthonyCould you speak to building empathy in audiences when the results you need to present are unwelcome -- challenge strongly held beliefs or vested interests?

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Martha AcsessAmen to Ronald Stephen Calhoun's comment! And the idea of what I think the audience "should" know...vs. what they "want" to know--talking "with" instead of lecturing "at"

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Joe WitteGreat idea but why the awkward framing which is quite distracting. ONE camera with a pan head would work fine.

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Alaina Levinelol- so true, Alan and Mariette- remember there is a reader on the other side of this, doing this for a higher purpose.

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Eddie GoldsteinWhat is the difference between precision and accuracy? You are assuming we know (curse of knowledge) But, I don't know the difference

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WIRED Science shared WIRED's Rare Films of Nuclear Bomb Tests Reveal Their True Power.

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Nuclear physicists are analyzing rare bomb test footage to uncover the weapons' secrets: bit.ly/2uxWHEl