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Pelosis office wanted to sabotage "Medicare-for-all" objects: report

A House counselor, Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Has reportedly urged health-political groups to voice their concerns about the proposals for "Medicare-for-all," just as the plan of presidential presidential presidential candidates Politico reported that Pelosi's health policy advisor Wendell Primus, on November 30, told a private meeting of political groups that the urge to pursue a radical single-player goal was fraught with …

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Adobe After Effects can now delete objects from videos

In 2010, Adobe introduced one of the first true "intelligent" features of Photoshop: a tool called Content-Aware Fill that intelligently removes and replaces objects in a scene. Today, Adobe introduces a version of this tool into its compositing software, After Effects, which essentially does the same thing, but when moving video clips, which is far more demanding. One of the …

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Caltech researchers may have found a new way to float objects only with light

Researchers from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) say they have found a way to float and move objects only with light – but the work remains theoretical for the time being. They hope the technique could be used for "trajectory control of ultralight spacecraft and even laser-powered light sails for space exploration," as published in the journal Nature Photonics …

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Astronomers discover new objects that are farthest away

It was not long ago when astronomers discovered the presence of what was then the farthest object in our solar system. The 2018 VG18 object was nicknamed "FarOut" by researchers, who discovered it. Unfortunately, the problem with naming space objects is that they eventually find one that is bigger, faster, or in this case farther away than the previous record …

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In Pluto's Empire, small objects are rare

According to a recent study, Pluto's distant empire is a sanctuary for primitive, original relics of the early solar system. Researchers have noted a marked shortage of small craters on Pluto and its largest moon Charon, suggesting that less Bantam is present bodies retreat through the Kuiper Belt – the ring of icy bodies beyond Neptune – as previously assumed. …

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MIT has developed a new system that allows robots to track objects

The system presented in a presentation at the USENIX Symposium on Designing and Implementing Networked Systems is surprisingly simple and novel. RFID tags are applied to an object and provide a signal that gives a robot a better idea of ​​where its target is. The system could potentially replace the view of the computer, which is often limited by the …

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NASA takes a picture of light blue objects in space

The NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the smoking weapon of a newborn star. (Picture credits: ESA / HUBBLE / NASA, K. STAPELFELDT) NASA has just posted a picture of light-blue objects in space and is an eerie sight of the cosmos. The image taken by the NASA / ESA Hubble Space Telescope shows the "smoking weapon" of a …

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NASA posts a picture of ghostly blue objects, deep in the cosmos

Bright spots of light near a newborn star. Image: ESA / Hubble / NASA, K. Stapelfeldt By Mark Kaufman 2019-02-17 16:19: 53 UTC When a star is born, a chaotic light show follows. NASA's long-lived Hubble Space Telescope has captured living bright lumps moving through the cosmos about 1,000 light years away from Earth. The Space Agency called these objects …

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Scientists have built a true Star Trek replicator that builds objects with light

3D printers painstakingly print objects layer by layer. For larger objects, this process can take hours or even days. Now scientists at the University of California, Berkeley, have come up with a shortcut: a printer that can produce objects with light in one shot – and possibly revolutionize fast manufacturing technology. The study published yesterday in the journal Science describes …

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