Pretty awesome. It uses lenses that change their shape, similar to our own eyes. And those lenses should be pretty useful in a wide variety of other optical applications, as well.
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I doubt either are.
Of course they are. And I bet the U.N. is going to continue claiming that Palestine suffers from a concrete shortage, as well.
The only time Liberals are pro-freedom is when it involves abortion.
Damning. And President Obama ditched the quarantine restrictions that would be useful vs. Ebola.
We’re seeing a major collapse in the bureaucrats’ (and Democrats) attempts to blame lack of Ebola preparedness on (Republican) budget cuts: the CDC’s payroll is 38% larger since 2007, with 2000 more employees, and the NIH’s budget has been flat for several years — and merely raising the issue has brought a ton of attention to the absurd things the agencies are spending our money on, such as studying how best to massage rabbits, or why lesbians are fat, and other pressing issues.
Meanwhile, we’re being exposed to the bureaucratic incompetence that reigns at both departments:
- The CDC told the (at the time potentially) Ebola-infected nurse to fly, and only now is promising to stop infected people from traveling.
- Only now is the CDC telling people that we should start preparing for Ebola, which has been raging for months in Africa.
- The previously existing and well-funded Ebola Czar at the NIH is nowhere to be seen.
- The CDC’s guidelines for sanitation weren’t even correct.
- Our government is performing worse than Nigeria’s.
Being ashamed of the U.S. flag should be grounds for getting fired for government employees.
When it was about to be won by a conservative video pointing out certain Dems’ hypocrisy regarding money and politics, they changed the rules of the video contest and disallowed further voting on the leading video.
Because you can’t let your angry voter base find out that the Koch brothers are actually dwarfed by union spending, George Soros, and the like.
And superconducting temperatures keep on getting warmer and warmer, too.