Monthly Archives: May 2014

Google Tango means 3D maps On The Go Imagine this: Your phone (or tablet) comes with two cameras, depth sensors, gyroscopes and a 3D vision system that can create 3D maps of the local environment in real time.Good enough for … Continue reading

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Fiction as Life, Beliefs Tied to Self

A long time ago (decades) I watched a NOVA science documentary on the Mind. The program covered leading edge research in this area and a number of aspects and discoveries were visited. Once of the researchers covered was Dr. Michael … Continue reading

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Exploding Head Syndrome

… but then I thought: Maybe it’s <reverb>Exploding Head Syndrome</reverb> … or maybe not. (I’m learning all kinds of interesting things thanks to being able to filter the news 🙂 Yes – Exploding Head Syndrome (I always turn on the … Continue reading

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Protein GDF11 shows Beneficial changes to heart muscle and brains of Older Mice My previous post was to an article showing that the blood plasma from younger mice can give health benefits to older mice. This is to another article … Continue reading

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Old Brains Benefit From Young Blood Results from recent studies show that Older Mice apparently show cogntive function improvement when they are given injections of blood plasma from younger mice. Something in the blood has a positive effect. Conversely something … Continue reading

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The cost of mailing a letter went up so I started delivering.

A short while ago Canada Post raised the cost to mail a letter. If you’re buying a single stamp it now costs a dollar! In bulk they are 85 cents. How much did they jump? The price went from 63 … Continue reading

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