Morning Cup of Links: Brain Machine

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Thorium, the Green Nuke. Uranium worked best for nuclear weapons, but it is rare, dangerous, and produces lots of nuclear waste, whereas thorium can bypass those problems.
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Alma is an award-winning animated short film by Pixar animator Rodrigo Blaas. All children's stories should be this traumatizing. (via Neatorama)
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Machine Translates Thoughts into Speech in Real Time. A brain-machine interface has been developed that has been successfully tested on a patient with Locked-In Syndrome. (via J-Walk Blog)
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Japan's Strangest Man. Not exactly a sight for sore eyes, I couldn't help but keep watching because he's enjoying himself so.
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Kim Peek, the inspiration for Rain Man, died Saturday at age 58. Take a look back at the extraordinary life of an extraordinary man.
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Pacman vs. Mario. It goes down to the wire to see who has the slickest moves to win the "game"!
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4 Great Wikipedia Variations. There's one out there for all tastes and interests.

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December 22, 2009 - 11:08pm
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