Russian Progress Supply Spacecraft in Trouble!

A Progress spacecraft—the unmanned vehicle used by Russia to send supplies to the International Space Station—lost communication with the Russian space agency after launching from Kazakhstan early Tuesday morning. According to Space Flight Now, the Progress began “spinning, or rotating, in some fashion” shortly after reaching orbit. At that point, Roscosmos started having issues receiving reliable data from the vehicle, and it seems the agency is still trying to figure out what went wrong.

You got to love the Older Generation...

As an IT guy I come across little moments of pure joy every now and then … because the older generation is so cute when it comes to their understanding of a computer.

So as Sal, a 55 yr old co-worker (one of my favorites by the way), was leaving the office yesterday to enjoy his vacation…

 I yelled out "Sal did you make sure you turned your Outlook Auto Responder on?"

 To my delight …  he yelled “yes yes KAL I got it … I put it on “

Knowing Sal is older and knows nothing about computers…  Today I went over to see what he meant, as It was mentioned that, his auto responder was off?

To my surprise Sal did leave a note that he was away…..and Sal did what he said he did…… he thinks  .

Sal..  I think we need to have a talk about what an Auto Responder is and what it’s purpose is.. God Love him:)

Sal we need to talk about what an Auto Responder is.

I saw this 60 mins in 2010... still waiting to know how will this pan out.

Cheap clean energy powering your home for 40 years with one price paid up front. NO Power plant necessary. If Google Ebay and Wallmart are using this why can't we have this.!!!?????

Have a look at their customer list now! 

Large corporations in California have been testing a new device that can generate power on the spot, without being connected to the electric grid. They're saying it's efficient, clean, and saves them money. Will we have one in every home someday?

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Dr. David Eagleman ... Maybe the most profound thinker of our generation.

As humans, we can perceive less than a ten-trillionth of all light waves. “Our experience of reality,” says neuroscientist David Eagleman, “is constrained by our biology.” He wants to change that. His research into our brain processes has led him to create new interfaces — such as a sensory vest — to take in previously unseen information about the world around us.