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Marilyn Heiman: Safety First

Thursday, March 31st, 2011


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Thursday, March 31st, 2011

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Daily Crunch: Hats Edition

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

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Quantum Trickery Could Lead to Stealth Radar [Republished]

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Click here to read Quantum Trickery Could Lead to Stealth Radar

Stealthy radar systems and the ability to transmit large amounts of data over long distances are a step closer thanks to a technique that could improve the efficiency of modern optics by a factor of 1000. More »

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Xperia Play meets shipping delays in UK, Vodafone and Three bump launch to next week

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play isn’t having the best of starts in the world, having been delayed by UK carrier O2 due to “software issues,” and it’s now missing its targeted launch date of April 1st with two more of the local operators, Vodafone and Three. Both have today announced that, due to shipping issues, they won’t be able to meet tomorrow’s launch date — leaving only Orange on track to release it on time. T-Mobile, Orange’s partner in Everything Everywhere, says it’ll have the Xperia Play in “mid-April.” Still, the wait isn’t that much longer as Three hopes to sell you a Play “early next week” and Vodafone, a bit more cautiously, is shooting for availability “as soon as possible.”

Xperia Play meets shipping delays in UK, Vodafone and Three bump launch to next week originally appeared on Engadget on Thu, 31 Mar 2011 11:23:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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Buzz builds for guest Octagon Girl at Brazil event

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

With Ultimate Fight Night 24 in the books, it’s time to concentrate on the important things in life – who will be the guest Octagon Girl in Brazil?

Cage Potato stumbled across this interesting candidate. For those who like images of the beaches in Rio de Janeiro and the skimpy bathing suits comes Juliana Salimeni.

She popped in a recent Sherdog photoshoot of the TUF 13 set in Las Vegas. Apparently, she’s a pretty popular television personality in Brazil. The UFC may need a teeny-bit more fabric for the Octagon girl uniform shorts. As long as she stays away from the N.Y. Jets and Joy Behar, Ms. Salimeni (NSFW) should be fine. Let’s root for her to make it to the August UFC event in Brazil.

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Google Street View trike adds historic landmarks from Italy and France to Google Maps

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Google Street View Colosseum, Rome, Italy

Google’s been busy with its pedal-powered Street View trike, going where no Street View car can reach, bringing us some of the most impressive virtual tours of significant landmarks across the globe. Now Google has made available Street View imagery of some of the most historic and impressive places in both Italy and France.

Have you ever wanted to take a look round the Colosseum in Rome which was built in 80 AD, but just haven’t had the chance to jump on a jet over to Italy? Or how about the glorious Château de Fontainebleau, which has been home to French Royalty through the ages just outside of Paris in France? Well now you can make a virtual visit from the comfort of your office chair courtesy of Google Street View. While it’s never going to be the same as feasting your eyes on the real thing, it’s incredible to be able to take a virtual stroll through some of the world’s most prestigious and fantastic landmarks.

So what are you waiting for, point your browser to Google’s Street View gallery, and take a gander at some of the wonders of the world, or seek them out directly in Google Maps. Just don’t let the boss catch you on your little virtual holiday.

Google Street View trike adds historic landmarks from Italy and France to Google Maps originally appeared on Download Squad on Wed, 30 Mar 2011 04:30:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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How to Photoshop The Universe (Just Like NASA Does)

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

supernova By Casey Rentz

NASA just released this beautiful image of what’s leftover from a supernova explosion. The red cloud is expanding cosmic debris, the blue is a blast wave of electrons, and the stripes at the edge tell of a high energy burst of x-rays that may be bound for earth.

This image was enhanced—Photoshopped—so that scientists can have an easier time interpreting the picture and so that the public can have an easier time appreciating the beauty of nature.

The NASA artists use artificial colors to enhance regular old black and white images taken from the Chandra X-ray Observatory spacecraft, the Hubble Telescope, and other cameras that take pictures with cameras that see in infrared, UV light, or our pal visible light.

You, too can photoshop a supernova, galaxy, or nebula. Watch this time-lapse video (below) to see how it’s done:

Step 1 Find raw images

Find three raw, black and white image of the same galaxy from the Hubble Telescope or Chandra X-ray Observatory website.

Step 2 Open the images in Photoshop

Step 3 Scale the images

Make ‘em the same size. NASA uses FITS Liberator 3 to scale each image (but you don’t have to).

Step 4 Assign colors to each image

Pick fluorescent if you want to go trippy, pastel if you want to go serene. NASA assigns a red, a green, and a blue to their 3 images.

Step 5 Lay the images over one another

If necessary, make some final rotations and scaling.

Step 6 Clean it up

Clean up camera defects—usually manifest as smudgy spots in the background.

Step 7 Save and brag

Save and brag about your new scientific masterpiece!

In case your were wondering, NASA doesn’t always go for super-enhanced color. They use 3 types of coloring to Photoshop cosmic images. 

  • Natural Representation is very close to what we’d see if we were actually in space, observing the galaxy, planet, or nebula from afar.
  • Representative color helps us see features of the object that were captured in infrared or UV light, a light we can’t normally see.
  • Enhanced color helps us see very subtle details.

Via How to Photoshop the Universe (Just Like NASA Does) on WonderHowTo.

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The Future Of Nuclear Energy In The U.S.

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

Before the Fukushima disaster, nuclear power was being rebranded as a green form of energy. New York Times energy reporter Matt Wald explains how the situation in Japan is now raising questions about the safety and disposal of nuclear waste in the U.S.


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SPOTTED: Celebs Indulge Their Coffee Craving

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

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