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Reminds me of the Tsunami Stones in Fukushima and surrounding areas in Japan https://99percentinvisible.org/article/tsunami-stones-ancient-japanese-markers-warn-builders-high-water/
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Space based solar power: a constellation of gigantic satellites in GEO would collect sunlight unfiltered by atmosphere, 24/7. They'd beam gigawatts of power to antennas on Earth, which would then be converted to electricity absolutely unhinged as a concept https://spectrum.ieee.org/space-based-solar-power-2667878868
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gn more is possible than we’re led to believe
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This isn’t a reflection of AI or Crypto at all - imo it is much more a reflection of who you are, which you are projecting onto others It doesn’t matter what the content is, or talk about, all that we talk about is seen through our own lens - and if your lens is dirty, the world will look dirty
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYqviahEyno
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It’s all down hill from here Source: in my mid thirties
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Great article. Reminds me I need to read “Freedom’s Forge” by Arthur Herman https://www.construction-physics.com/p/how-to-build-300000-airplanes-in
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Not my chair not my problem https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zrIPLAo0_iQ
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CATL continues growing its battery business: https://electrek.co/2024/05/22/catl-accelerates-global-expansion-outgrows-china-ev-market/
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https://evjang.com/2024/03/03/all-roads-robots.html
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Recently, @0xdesigner was asking about meaningful use cases for connecting your wallet to your car. Been thinking about it for past ~4 days, some thoughts: In a world where CASE is real, prob your vehicle has a wallet itself, so you'd prove to your car's wallet you're onboard - by connecting yourself to your car
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Making peace with the fact that there are areas/markets/subjects/tech I’m not going to understand deeply I have an inability to deeply focus and understand everything - because there isn’t enough time to do so Essentially, by saying no to many areas, you have time to dive deep in areas that matter to you
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I'm getting déjà vu for Humanoid Robots - it has the same feeling I had for Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) circa 2013~2015 or so Good article breaking it down: https://generalrobots.substack.com/p/humanoid-robots-dollars-and-gpts
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Yukitaka Yamaguchi aka The Tuna King I think about this video from time to time still because it’s a reminder that there are people who dgaf and are determined and serious about what they do and love - uncompromising about craft https://youtu.be/trbl4RNgKO0?si=TtF1Io-T90WvqifT
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Charlie Munger And Nicholas Cage
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Motorola DynaTAC 8000X (1983): the worlds first cell phone A single device weighing 2.5 lbs, no cords and a battery life of over 30 minutes! With a price of $3995, it wasn't just a phone; it was a status symbol, a beacon and hope for the future. Imagine a world where you could call anyone, anytime, from anywhere
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