A 1,300-foot pre-constructed home designed by Cal Poly students is on its way to Northern California. The post Cal Poly students design pre-constructed home for CA lot burned in fire appeared first on KSBY.com .
HELENVILLE, Wis. (AP) — Bill Brasch greeted President Donald Trump’s latest tweet controversy with a shrug. He doesn’t believe Trump was being racist for telling four congresswomen, all women of color, to “go back” to the countries they came from. It doesn’t matter much that all four of the women are American citizens, Brasch said […]
Longmont City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday night to expand the list of areas where the city generally requires development or redevelopment be set back at least 150 feet from streams and riparian areas.
4:19 a.m. On the 900 block of Industrial Avenue, police in Craig responded to a state parks related incident. Craig police said someone was looking around a business with flashlights, but police found the business secure and no crime had been committed.
Late Night Randomness is a collection of photos we have found in searching the web that don’t necessarily fit in with our other posts or are perhaps a little too edgy to present earlier in the day. They’re still cool and beautiful, so we wanted to share them with you. Do you have an image … The post Late Night Randomness (23 Photos) appeared first on Suburban Men .
Technology is at the heart of all that is new and different at CSU’s Morgan Library. Here, multiple displays are integrated, providing an immersive Google Earth experience. Courtesy CSU The post Morgan Library, CSU – Liquid Galaxy appeared first on BizWest .
By Gary Raham Today, people often freak out when insects arrive at a picnic, but sometime—perhaps soon—such once unwelcome guests may just be extra salad garnish. Individuals like David Gracer, owner of Small Stock Food [...] This post Benefits abound if we can stomach insects previously appeared on North Forty News .
Loveland voters will have the opportunity to raise their sales tax by a half cent in November’s election as a result of a 6-3 vote of the City Council on Tuesday night. The ballot question, if passed, would fund eight specific projects at a cost of $159.5 million. The issue would raise Loveland’s sales tax, […]
Mark McGrath of the band Sugar Ray was Bobstock 2019’s Friday night headliner. Before he started his show on Friday, he spoke over the phone with The Times. How did Mark McGrath come to Fort Morgan? “It came from one of your own, a Fort Morgan original named Mike Blecha.” McGrath said. McGrath said he […]
Neuralink, the secretive company developing brain-machine interfaces, held a press conference today where it unveiled some of the technology it`s been developing to the public for the first time. The first big advance is flexible "threads," which are less likely to damage the brain than the materials currently used in brain-machine interfaces and create the possibility of transferring a higher volume of data. "The threads are 4 to 6 um in width, which makes them considerably thinner than a human hair," reports The Verge. The other big advance that Neuralink unveiled is a machine that automatically embeds the threads into the brain. From the report: In the future, scientists from Neuralink hope to use a laser beam to get through the skull, rather than drilling holes, they said in interviews with The New York Times. Early experiments will be done with neuroscientists at Stanford University, according to that report. The company aims for human trials as soon as the second quarter of next year, according to The New York Times. The system presented today, if it`s functional, may be a substantial advance over older technology. BrainGate relied on the Utah Array, a series of stiff needles that allows for up to 128 electrode channels. Not only is that fewer channels than Neuralink is promising -- meaning less data from the brain is being picked up -- it`s also stiffer than Neuralink`s threads. That`s a problem for long-term functionality: the brain shifts in the skull but the needles of the array don`t, leading to damage. The thin polymers Neuralink is using may solve that problem. However, Neuralink`s technology is more difficult to implant than the Utah Array, precisely because it`s so flexible. To combat that problem, the company has developed "a neurosurgical robot capable of inserting six threads (192 electrodes) per minute [automatically]," according to the white paper. In photos, it looks something like a cross between a microscope and a sewing machine. It also avoids blood vessels, which may lead to less of an inflammatory response in the brain, the paper says. Finally, the paper says that Neuralink has developed a custom chip that is better able to read, clean up, and amplify signals from the brain. Right now, it can only transmit data via a wired connection (it uses USB-C), but ultimately the goal is to create a system than can work wirelessly. Currently, the company is testing the robot and threads on rats, but it`s hoping to actually begin working with human test subjects as early as next year. Story is developing... Read more of this story at Slashdot.
Welcome to Trump’s America made great again. Thanks to Trump, being a racist American is no big deal, and his cronies, fans, family and most of his fellow Republicans are all OK with that. Trump has spent the last few days defending his racist tweets by saying they’re not racist. His loyal fans and Republican […] The post PERRY: If we don’t all fight Trump’s racism, we let him make America great in his image appeared first on Sentinel Colorado .
Though it sounds like a good deal for Colorado, at least one conservation agency takes issue with Interior Secretary David Bernhardt`s decision to move the Bureau of Land Management`s headquarters from Washington, D.C., to Grand Junction. Rep. Scott Tipton, for example, who represents Colorado`s 3rd Congressional District, praised the move, saying he "could not be happier." He noted that the West contains 99 percent of federal lands and "local input provided to the BLM from our constituents will no doubt improve how federal lands are managed." The BLM, in a letter to Congress , outlined why it`s a good idea to move the agency. And Bernhardt, a former oil industry lobbyist, said in a statement said: …
Just when all the other TV shows thought they had a chance, Game of Thrones once more crushed the Emmy nominations, cementing the show`s record for most noms (and wins, for that matter) ever. That`s right, GoT, despite a short final season that seemed to satisfy no one, is up for 32 ...
Dear Dan: My fiancé and I have been in a relationship for 11 years. His best friend is one of his exes, and that has always bothered me. What do I do? —Needing Guidance After Getting Engaged Dear NGAGE: You could make up your mind to get over it, NGAGE. Or you could threaten to […] The post Quickies appeared first on Boulder Weekly .
When Jennifer Lopez asks if you’re in, you say yes. So get on board with this trailer for Hustlers , loosely based on a true story, about a group of strippers scheming to fleece their sleazy, loaded clients out of more than just a few fistfuls of dollar bills. J-Lo plays the ringleader, telling her fellow dancers that “the game is rigged” — and hey, don`t the post-crash Wall Street bros and execs they’re targeting deserve a little retribution? The heels are stacked and so is this cast: as well as Lopez, there’s Crazy Rich Asians star Constance Wu, Riverdale ’s Lil Reinhart, Julia Stiles, Keke Palmer, current internet queen Lizzo, and Cardi B in her feature debut. The superstar (herself a former stripper) was cast after director Lorene Scafaria slid into her Instagram DMs. Read more... More about Trailers , Jennifer Lopez , Trailer , Cardi B , and Hustlers
DARCO Everett C. Darco of Windsor, formerly of Minnesota. Visitation 4-7 p.m. Monday at Adamson. Life Celebration service 11 a.m. Tuesday at Trinity Lutheran Church. LACCESAGLIA Joseph Laccesaglia of Berthoud. Visitation 6-8 p.m. today at...
The Cañon City Council on Monday gave the initial approval for the combined annexation and zoning request for the New Creations Inn property, which is located at 2990 E. Main St. The annexation of the .971-acre property was initiated by the city at the prompting of the property owner – E. Free Church – and […]
The first major study into the impact of inshore potting for crab and lobster within a Marine Protected Area has found that in areas of low potting intensity the industry is operating in a way that had little impact on seabed species or economically-important shellfish.
This Wednesday night at the Historic Park Theatre is the inaugural HD Met Opera showing of Aida, where the theatre guests are ushered into the world of Ancient Egypt. It is a story of an enslaved Ethiopian princess, Aida, and her lover, Radames, Egypt’s military hero. Radames is compelled to serve his countrymen by going […]
Da Brat is going to bat for Jermaine Dupri ... she sees a silver lining in his controversial comments about today`s female artists, even though he said they sound like "strippers rapping." Da Brat was at LAX Tuesday when a photog asked about…