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 on: March 19, 2017, 02:47:40 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck

Meet RAMBO, the Army's new 3D-printed grenade launcher

Robot ‘Telepathy’ Could Make Self-Driving Cars Safer

Scientists May Be a Step Closer to Creating Solar-Fueled Vehicles

Chemists create molecular ‘leaf’ that collects and stores solar power without solar panels

Space energy technology restored to make power stations more efficient

Scientists Want to Build a Super-Fast, Self-Replicating Computer That “Grows as It Computes”

Liquid fuel for future computers

Wi-fi on rays of light—100 times faster, and never overloaded


Long Before Trees Overtook the Land, Earth Was Covered by Giant Mushrooms

NASA is Going to Create The Coldest Spot in the Known Universe

New Comet: C/2017 E4 (LOVEJOY)

Russia kicks off high-tech and science week sharing knowledge of experts with students across the country

Transposable genetic elements could put evolutionary theory into question

Auroras affect sat-nav systems due to unknown mechanism

NASA's Cassini detects heat of ocean on Saturn moon Enceladus

Starquakes reveal star birth surprises: 70% of the red giant stars in clusters strongly aligned

Planetary scientists are discovering volcanoes everywhere they look [That's because planets contain electrical double layers, which cause volcanoes, earthquakes etc]

Another giant asteroid is about to brush by Earth [a couple days ago]

NASA scientists reveal how 'spiders' grow on Mars

NASA unveils incredible high-def image of layered Martian crater

Thunderbolts Space News: Another "Impossible" Neutron Star

Excavation of 14,000[?]-yo mammoth reveals new information on ancient humans

We might be able to make Mars habitable

Water-rich history on Mars: New evidence

Within 3 Years, We Could Have Private Space Stations Orbiting the Moon

Discovery of tiny moon completes the set for worlds past Neptune

Prehistoric humans mined metal 12,000[?] years ago

DNA scientists claim that Cherokees are from the Middle East

The Silk Road Could Be Thousands of Years More Ancient Than We Realised

How a toxic debate over the first Americans hobbled science for decades

Evidence of people on Bragg land NC goes back over 14,000[?] years

Aboriginal DNA study reveals 50,000[?]-year story of sacred ties to land

Astronomers discover 16 new high-redshift quasars

Meridional wind on Venus was detected for the first time in both hemispheres

Protostar blazes bright, reshaping its stellar nursery

Relativistic electrons uncovered with NASA's Van Allen Probes

Astronomers observe a dying red giant star's final act

Hubble discovery of runaway star yields clues to breakup of multiple-star system

 on: March 18, 2017, 08:50:09 pm 
Started by politicalGRAFFITI - Last post by JasonPSorens
This time of year with the strong sunlight and temps at least in the 20s most days, often 30s and 40s, it can be downright pleasant to be out and about during the day.

 on: March 18, 2017, 08:48:35 pm 
Started by Mrspixiepiper - Last post by JasonPSorens
Chris Lopez answers those emails, and she's ordinarily reasonably fast, so far as I know. Might be a day or two, though, especially on the weekend.

 on: March 18, 2017, 06:24:10 pm 
Started by TG3D - Last post by Levi
Like Jason said, you should be fine in Manchester with ATT.  Verizon is best for NH as a whole.  However, even with Verizon there are many rural areas of the state with no reception.  I'm frequently without cell reception for up to thirty-minute stretches of drives.

 on: March 18, 2017, 12:37:18 pm 
Started by Luck - Last post by Luck
Unschooling Concerns and Questions

Unschooling on a Budget: Breaking the Unschool Rules with Curriculum

Unschooling Requires Lifestyle Changes

Conventional Wisdom, negative stereotyping, vs Homeschooling Reality

Why I will be unschooling

Homeschooling Labels and the Chaos They Can Cause

Parenting progress. Star Children. Unschooling

Growing For Goodness: Holisitc Healthy Sustainable Big Family Small Living: Unschooling?

Unschooling on a Budget: YouTube Is Your Friend

Compulsory SRE? How about we stop teaching children that their consent doesn’t matter in the first place?
The coercive nature of schooling and traditional parent child relationships normalises and teaches coercive relationships and behaviour – this is the exact opposite of consent.

Traveling Families: 8 Duffels & 2 Mutts

Unschooling Helps Raise Critical Thinkers

Ignorant ‘Good Housekeeping’ on unschooling

Unschooling and the juxtaposition of joy and anxiety

 on: March 18, 2017, 10:00:31 am 
Started by BreadBasket95 - Last post by BreadBasket95
Sweet! Thank you very much, I'll check that out!

 on: March 18, 2017, 08:31:39 am 
Started by BreadBasket95 - Last post by paperboy

There are a lot of tech companies moving into and expanding in southern. Meaning... Greater Portsmouth, Manchester, Nashua areas.

LinkedIn has a 603 Networking group with a large audience. You might try joining that and posting an internship offer.

603 btw is the area code for NH.

 on: March 18, 2017, 08:29:16 am 
Started by Mrspixiepiper - Last post by paperboy

I find the majority of action takes place on the FSP facebook page.

Not a lot of action or replies on this BB.

Feel free to message me via this board if you'd like more NH info.

I've been here full time for 3 years and visiting for 40.

 on: March 18, 2017, 08:26:20 am 
Started by TG3D - Last post by paperboy

I live north of the Volvo Line and the only two providers that are worth a nickel are Verizon (I'm sad to say, not a fan) and US Cellular.

USC I do not believe is a true national carrier, and therefore are often overlooked, but they do work good north of Concord.

Despite this, even with Verizon and USC, there are going to be places that it doesn't work.

 on: March 18, 2017, 07:48:04 am 
Started by politicalGRAFFITI - Last post by politicalGRAFFITI
If you don't want to do all that shoveling you can always buy a snow blower  :)

How would I get my exercise?  ;D

Yeah, we had a snow blower when we first lived here... dang thing would grab a rock and shoot it out with frightening force (we have a gravel driveway). We have mostly used a plow on our ATV. But, the deeper snow is a challenger for the machine to push especially once the snow gets banked deep on the sides.

My wife likes the fact that shoveling is less wear and tear on the ATV and means we get the snow further off the sides. But, you are right a snow blower is a great way to do that. My dream would be a tractor with a loader on the front and a large snow blower on the rear.

The point of the video is with regard to some folks not wanting to move because they are frightened of the winters. I promised myself not to be a sissy about weather... I have the right clothing and try to have the right attitude. I enjoy working outside here in the winter. No bugs, you don't overheat and it is often sunny with gorgeous blue skies. As long as it's not cloudy and windy I can get a lot done in the winter and enjoy it.

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