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July 3, 2017

Crooke's radiometer mystery


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Virus cures diabetes,
Butterfly power,
Batteries banned,
Cannabis helps aged memories,
Drugs for better hearing,
Oz Govt hacks phones for welfare money.
The mystery of Crooke's radiometer.
Everyday physics - keeping your cool.
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Produced by Ian Woolf
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Researchers cure diabetes in mice without side effects
Beta Cell Formation in vivo Through Cellular Networking, Integration and Processing (CNIP) in Wild Type Adult Mice

Transparent Long-Pass Filter with Short-Wavelength Scattering Based on Morpho Butterfly NanostructuresANU breakthrough: Butterfly effect could boost solar cell efficiency

The new standard that could kill the home battery storage market
Consultation commences on new draft standard for On-Site Battery Systems

A chronic low dose of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) restores cognitive function in old mice
Cannabis reverses aging processes in the brain

Restoring auditory cortex plasticity in adult mice by restricting thalamic adenosine signaling
Old brains can’t hear similar sounds but a drug can change that

Centrelink hacking into fraudsters' phones
Sydney job seekers have far less competition than in the rest of NSW

How does a light-mill work?
SciForums - Crooke's radiometer
The n-Category Café - Light Mills
The Radiometer and how it does not work
Physics Forums - Thermal Transpiration
Cosmoquest fortum -
Random photon question

A Horizontal Vane Radiometer: Experiment, Theory, and Simulation
Rejeev - Crooke's radiometer
Light mill reversal

July 10, 2017

Transport implant


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Tesla builds a battery for South Australia,
Programmable dress by Ian Woolf,
Meow Ludo Meow Meow talks about his implanted transport chip.
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Produced by Ian Woolf
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Biofoundry

Renewable energy target of 50pc reached early in South Australia
Explainer: What the Tesla big battery can and cannot do
Can Elon Musk’s battery storage plant smash Australia’s gas cartel?

E Ink Mobius
Unuiga on ARMdevices.net Aikun on ARMdevices.net TechNexion Toradex
Foldable 10.2″ E Ink e-reader, Fashion, Flexible Plastic Logic, Smartwatch, Smart Card and more

E-ink Dress Let’s You Customize Its Design
E-ink display dress
DNP Develops Interactive E-Paper as POP



July 17, 2017

The five pillars of biohacking


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Oz war on mathematics by Ian Woolf,
Meow Ludo Meow Meow explains the five pillars of biohacking,
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Produced by Ian Woolf
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Meow Ludo Meow Meow (Photo copyright 2016 by Ian Woolf)

Biofoundry

The laws of Australia will trump the laws of mathematics: Turnbull
Prime Minister Says The Laws Of Mathematics Are Trumped By Australian Law -
A war on maths.

Brandis refuses to table 'unremarkable' WhatsApp comms
WhatsApp not approved for sensitive government communications, says Malcolm Turnbull's adviser
Australia is now King Idiot of the internet
Facebook rebuffs Malcolm Turnbull on laws to access encrypted messages for criminal investigations

Indiana Pi
Australian Prime Minister Says Parliament Can Override Laws Of Mathematics
Laws of mathematics don’t apply here, says Australian PM
EU deals Theresa May encryption setback as MEPs propose ban on government backdoors
Theresa May’s futile war on psychoactive drugs

eBay threatens to block Australian shoppers over GST
Amazon, eBay, Etsy and Alibaba say online retailers won't comply with GST change
Tax and Superannuation Laws Amendment (2016 Measures No. 1) Bill 2016
Government urged to scrap online GST changes
The ACCC Allows 'NBN Tax' To Be Passed On To Customers
Even A 'GigaGalactic Super Computer' Would Take A Long Time To Crack 256-Bit Security
When is 'not a backdoor' just a backdoor? Australia's struggle with encryption

Quantum teleportation record shattered


July 24, 2017

Changing the world with Peerism


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Automatic glasses by Ian Woolf,
Nathan Waters talks about changing to a better society with Peerism,
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Nathan Waters
Peerism - A better economy
for everyone

Tunable-focus lens for adaptive eyeglasses, Optics
Express (2017). DOI: 10.1364/OE.25.001221

Engineers develop 'smart glasses' that automatically focus on what wearer sees
New eyeglasses allow you to adjust prescription yourself
Two pairs of specs in one: Touch of finger changes prescription
Electronic spectacles coming to market soon



July 31, 2017

Space students and Mars jars


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DIY Day, Age control and Vacuum cleaner spying by Ian Woolf,
Gavan Huang talks about launching a student satellite,
Meow Ludo Meow Meow tells us what's bubbling at the Biofoundry.
Production checked by Charles Willock,
Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf
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Gavan Huang
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BlueSat

Biofoundry

"Hypothalamic stem cells control ageing speed partly through exosomal miRNAs"
Brain cells found to control aging


Roomba vacuum maker iRobot betting big on the 'smart' home
Roomba's Next Big Step Is Selling Maps Of Your Home To The Highest Bidder
Roombas have been busy mapping our homes, and now that data could be shared
iRobot Privacy policy

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