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It's amazing to see how much this technology has matured. When I was still a grad student in 2000, I attended a status meeting with my advisor at JPL. (I was working on a JPL funded grant project) Afterwards, a researcher from Cal Tech invited us to visit their lab in the hopes that we might work on their grant project as well - as they also happened to need custom integrated circuits "cheap". (Hey, getting grad students to do this sort of work is vastly cheaper than paying commercial outfits!) We didn't end up requesting to be included on their grant project, as it was significantly out of scope for us, but it was a very interesting tour.

I can't go into detail due to an NDA, but I can say that they were working on something very similar - except that it required literal racks of amplifiers, computers, and a wiring harness the diameter of a waste bin. To see this system use such a tiny probe and cable, with what appears to be a small signal processing box and laptop, is unbelievable.

I'm pretty optimistic that one day we will either be able to repair nervous system damage or route around it with electronics.

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A flooded and eroding quarry has swallowed houses Erftstadt, Germany. Multiple people missing

It looks like that town was already screwed due to flooding, but damn. That was insane.

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Lol, y2k I remember that. As if when you turned it back on the next day year 2000 wasn't going to magically happen.

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Oh, hey!

That makes a lot of sense!

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Love in Light lamp by Monsby:

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According to the video at the link, there will be only 50 of these made SO GET YOUR ORDER IN RIGHT NOW!

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that's actually funny :D

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ukimalefu wrote: Mon Jul 19, 2021 7:25 am

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I'd actually eat that.

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feel free to take mine while you are at it.
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The idea popped in my head out of nowhere. I had to do that.

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ADS in other products!?!?!?!

To Keep Kids Away From Parents' Cookies

Oh, they're doing it for the parents, how nice of them

ALSO, THOSE COOKIES SHOULD BE FREE, the ads are paying for them

and I'm an adult without kids who still like oreos and all cookies

fiddlesticks you nabisco

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Well, they are NOT ads for those products. Considering that those protective side-labels have official logos and such from their respective companies, I am guessing that there was SOME negotations (and some laughs) that went on between Nabisco and those companies which allowed Nabisco to use this packaging.

While these labels will be available for a limited time, I also predict that some time in the future--LONG after their "Use by" date has expired--that some of these protected packages of Oreo Thins will be re-discovered after having been shoved into the back of the pantries.

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I disagree, they're putting a products/company logo in front of people's eyes. I'm calling those ads.

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The Green Giant one is pretty cool.

Honey are you eating junk food?
No, see! holds up side of package

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ukimalefu wrote: Fri Jul 23, 2021 11:35 am

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My family had one of those!

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In the future, we will all listen to music on things like that.

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ukimalefu wrote: Sat Jul 24, 2021 11:33 am

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An no mention of the fantastic unique scent?

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My cousin stuck one of those completly up his nose.
I remember his mom trying to dig it out with the head of a nail, while my mom and the other aunts were giggling so hard she almost couldn't do it.

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DukeofNuke wrote: Tue Jul 27, 2021 3:08 pm

My cousin stuck one of those completly up his nose.
I remember his mom trying to dig it out with the head of a nail, while my mom and the other aunts were giggling so hard she almost couldn't do it.

I once got the seed from a dogwood tree stuck up my nose.
My dad got all the biggest nastiest wrenches and pliers out of the garage to extract it, causing me considerable alarm.
After assessing which devise might be best to use, he pressed his finger against my other nostril and told me to close my moth and blow out my nose--and the seed shot out like a bullet.

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I made this

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From the good, The Bart, and the loki

A too short short, where Disney basically says "we can do what we want", but they didn't really do much, this time

(oops, forgot to turn off the subtitles for the screenshot, oh well :shrug: )

here's the screenshot without subtitles:

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