J-Merkabah & DjSadhu – Holy War

Thursday, 19. February 2015 15:56 | Author:

From the upcoming album “Geometry Wars”.

“Holy War” is a song that shows two extreme points of view in a long lasting conflict in the Middle East, that already has taken thousands of lives.
We do NOT support or endorse either of the viewpoints illustrated in the song, but would have you take a look into the different mind sets for a moment. How come people are willing to kill each other?
Fortunately there are plenty of good Israeli folks who do not support the massacre of Palestinians, as there are many Palestinians who do not support the actions of Hamas.
The real casualties are the civilians on both sides.

++ May peace be with you all some day ++

Lyrics & rap: J-Merkabah – https://www.facebook.com/floodtheblock
Music, cuts, animation & editing: DjSadhu – https://www.facebook.com/djsadhubeats
Additional camera: Fernando M, Edgar N.
More background info about the video will be on http://www.djsadhu.com

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Walking on a bicycle

Sunday, 15. February 2015 13:08 | Author:

Walking 5 kilometers on this bike will get you as far as 20 kilometers!

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New beat: Evasive

Monday, 9. February 2015 0:43 | Author:

Latest scribble:

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Edgar Mitchell: Apollo 14 Astronaut Testifies To Extraterrestrial Visitations

Friday, 6. February 2015 15:55 | Author:

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As strong as titanium – but much cheaper

Friday, 6. February 2015 15:34 | Author:

Brittle intermetallic compound makes ultrastrong low-density steel with large ductility

Scientists at the Pohang University of Science and Technology in South Korea have published a study in which a new alloy that is described as strong and light as titanium , but costs only one-tenth.

The alloy, as described in a study published in Nature, is composed of iron and aluminum, to which nickel has been added as an additional ingredient . This creates a so-called intermettalic B2, in which the metallic nickel reacts with aluminum and at the nanoscale B2-crystals are formed. These crystals would make the alloy much less brittle and therefore extra strong, while due to the presence of aluminum of the material is still light.

According to Korean scientists is the new alloy as strong as titanium , while the weight is comparable . However, the material should cost, if produced on a large scale, a factor of ten lower than the relatively expensive titanium.

Originally published by Nature

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“Strijd” brand new Drico & Rengtebeng track

Wednesday, 4. February 2015 17:11 | Author:

From my homies Drico and Rengtebeng, a brand new track about hate, stress, struggle and why people aren’t more tolerant

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Curie: Intel’s button-sized computer

Wednesday, 7. January 2015 8:27 | Author:

Curie micro computer

Intel unveils button-sized Curie module to power future wearables

Intel has today unveiled Curie, a low-powered module no bigger than a button, as part of its vision to lead in the wearables field. Company CEO Brian Krzanich announced the module, which will be built on a tiny new chip called the Quark SE, during his keynote at CES in Las Vegas — a year on from announcing the Intel Edison platform.

The module incorporates the low-power 32-bit Quark microcontroller, 384kB of flash memory, motion sensors, Bluetooth LE and battery-charging capabilities in order to power the very smallest of devices. Intel is hoping Curie will prove the flexible solution designers need to create wearables such as rings, pendants, bracelets, bags, fitness trackers and even buttons. It has been created with always-on applications in mind, so will be suitable for devices that relay notifications or constantly track a wearer’s activity.

Source: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2015-01/07/intel-curie-quark-chip

Intel started down this road with its stamp-sized 22nm Edison SoC and the Curie module shrinks it down even further. The module uses Bluetooth LE and has a built-in accelerometer and gyroscope to track movements and recognize gestures. It can run either off a rechargeable battery or a more traditional coin-like watch battery, though Intel doesn’t say for exactly how long. Curie basically turns just about anything into a gadget that’s at least as smart as your average fitness tracker. Rings, buttons, glasses, watches, whathave you.

Source: http://gizmodo.com/intels-curie-module-will-turn-everything-you-wear-into-1677871417

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