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Monday May 23, 2022. 07:32 PM
This procedural walk engine will provide up to 45 seconds of entertainment. The left side of the screen features an android walking. The right side has 13 sliders that allow you to control the android's head tilt, arm swing, arm flexion, bounciness, step length, step height, ...
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Dolphins don't need to see or hear nearby family or friends to know they're around. They can just taste their urine in the water, according to new research published in the journal Science Advances. From The Guardian: [Scottish Ocean Institute director Vincent] Janek, the...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: Spring has brought remarkably extreme heat to India and Pakistan this year. Unusually extensive heatwaves have followed one after another since March and are continuing well into May. The situation presents a conundrum for rapid studies...
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Dr. Stella Gwandiku-Ambe Immanuel,  one of Trump's and Junior's favorite very stable geniuses, recently shared her expertise on COVID-19, vaccines, the Internet, and demonic clones with a ReAwaken America audience. Here's an excerpt: Brothers and sisters, patriots, we are...
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Georgia's pride, US congressperson Marjorie Taylor Greene feels that the focus on white supremacy after a white supremacist killed a lot of people is unfair. If you were to follow Greene's 'logic' I would expect her to work on gun control legislation, however, that is...
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This set of 6 nesting stainless steel bowls is good for bringing food to a backyard barbecue. The largest one is 7 quarts — capacious enough for a large salad. The lids form a tight seal, too, which means they won't fall off in the car ride over.
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Slow connections are the bane of anyone working, studying, or trying to stay entertained at home. Here's how to fix the most common issues.
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The GOP calls itself the 'pro-life' party, and yet 'Jesus Guns Babies' is an acceptable slogan. Republicans don't bat an eye when one of Georgia's Republican candidates for governor, Kandiss Taylor, pitches Christian theocracy while tying guns to babies — the unsavory...
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schwit1 writes: It's a few weeks old, but...A local computer scientist and professor at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville has been named an A.M. Turing Award winner by the Association for Computing Machinery. The Turing Award is often referred to as the 'Nobel Prize...
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If you want to strengthen your time management skills, the Pomodoro Technique may help. This popular technique can both improve your work focus and self-efficacy.
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The 5.18 kernel was released on May 22 after a nine-week development cycle. That can only mean that the time has come to look at some of the statistics behind this release, which was one of the busiest in a while. Read on for a look at the 5.18 kernel, where the code in this ...
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I consume two packets of Trader Joe's ginger juice powder dissolved in hot water almost every day. It's not like regular ginger tea, which is just the ground-up root of the ginger plant. As the package copy for Trader Joe's 100% ginger juice drink mix says, 'We take fresh...
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People become petty about the oddest things. It's just human nature to attach your ego to anything and become defensive about it. I'm a fairly affable and convivial person in all aspects of life, but when I play fighting games, my lizard brain goes into overdrive. — Read the...
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joshuark writes: NASA programmer/scientist, Ron Garret shares his experience debugging LISP code from 150-million miles away on the robotic Mars rover Sojourner. Garret describes his experience in a recent episode of Adam Gordon Bell's Corecursive podcast. Garret later...
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For 71 years the Wilhelm Scream has been the most used cry in movies. Most of my familiarity and interest came from its abuse in the Star Wars media empire, but both the original moment from the movie Distant Drums (1951) and this history (also embedded below,) are a treat....
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GameStop said on Monday it has launched a digital asset wallet that will allow gamers to store, send and receive cryptocurrencies and nonfungible tokens. From a report: The digital wallet will be able to be used across decentralized apps, which run on a blockchain and aren't ...
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We were pleased to see Samsung and Google partner up with the Galaxy Watch 4 last year and the two companies have been working to bring more Google goodness to the wrist. The latest update brings Google Assistant support, making the Galaxy Watch 4 the best smartwatch for...
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He told me his real name when he walked up to my tent for the first time, but I never remembered it. He wanted everyone to call him by his carny name: Mr. Blockhead. His head did look like a block. — Read the rest
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Youtube channel We Love Animals shares this fantastic rescue story. A sad husky shown love turns into a beauty. This rescue Husky gives me all the feels. My first dog was a Malamute we rescued from a local shelter. My brother currently has a Siberian Husky named Ava who...
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High-performance platform choices are going beyond the ubiquitous x86 standard Arm-based servers continue to gain momentum with Gigabyte Technology introducing a system based on Ampere's Altra processors paired with Nvidia A100 GPUs, aimed at demanding workloads such as AI...
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