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Some vape every substance that can be vaped, while others are limited to specific materials.Mods look like a cross between an oboe and a taser and are where much of the vaping community focus their energy.They re known for their insane customization and their complete lack of new user friendliness.Vaping puts those batteries right next to a super hot heating coil, which makes them ripe for accidental thermal runaway if they re poorly constructed.Atomizers are all four components sold together.And keep your eye on the comments—where other vape fans will no doubt have their own suggestions.
Some vape every substance that can be vaped, while others are limited to specific materials.Mods look like a cross between an oboe and a taser and are where much of the vaping community focus their energy.They re known for their insane customisation and their complete lack of new-user friendliness.They start at 0mg of nicotine and climb up to 9mg or more.Vaping puts those batteries right next to a super hot heating coil, which makes them ripe for accidental thermal runaway if they re poorly constructed.Atomisers are all four components sold together.
Some vape every substance that can be vaped, while others are limited to specific materials.Mods look like a cross between an oboe and a taser and are where much of the vaping community focus their energy.They re known for their insane customisation and their complete lack of new-user friendliness.They start at 0mg of nicotine and climb up to 9mg or more.Vaping puts those batteries right next to a super hot heating coil, which makes them ripe for accidental thermal runaway if they re poorly constructed.Atomisers are all four components sold together.
Most of us don t have a lot of time in the morning to cook a luxurious breakfast, but this technique from Epicurious delivers one of the most delicious-looking egg sandwiches I ve seen in minutes, and all you need is an egg, a microwave, and some sandwich fixings you know: bread, cheese, and a few condiments.The full recipe should be obvious from the video, but they added a little avocado and some hot sauce into the mix, neither of which should be strangers in your pantry, or add a ton of time to the preparation here.Back into the microwave until the cheese is melted, and then slide that delicious, soft scrambled egg onto a muffin.Top the whole thing with a couple of slices of avocado or anything else you like on your egg sandwiches—maybe some deli meat or bacon or something?and a little hot sauce, close it up, and you re good to go.You could even wrap it up in a little wax paper or parchment paper and cart it off to work with you to enjoy later, it s up to you.
Mergers and acquisitions and restructuring costs led to Lenovo booking its first annual loss since 2009, but crappy demand for PCs and smartphones didn t exactly help to wax the bottom line either.The Beijing HQ d biz reported sales for fiscal 16 ended 31 March of $44.9bn, down three per cent year-on-year, after ending the period on a financial low - sales in Q4 fell 19 per cent to $9.13m.Fewer consumers are buying PCs and many businesses went through a major refresh in 2014 when Microsoft ended support for Windows XP.It will attack areas such as gaming and detachables to seek out new growth pastures.The integration of the Motorola did not meet expectations , its handset shipments in China fell 85 per cent and the move to higher price bands in North America was not successful .It moved to save $650m a year in costs last summer, in part by axing 3,200 people.
And search no further, friends, as we now have a real proof of concept for a truly life-saving device.The XSTAT hemostatic device, which seemed to be the stuff of science fiction when it was first introduced last year, has now successfully been used on a soldier to staunch severe bleeding in an almost immediate capacity.The brainchild of RevMedx, Inc., we first told you about the XSTAT hemostatic device last Christmas — it s designed to stop severe bleeding in a matter of seconds and prevent life-threatening blood loss in areas of the body that can t easily be treated with a tourniquet — such as the chest or armpit.As per reports from the U.S. military, a soldier who suffered a gunshot wound to his thigh spent hours with a medical team in efforts to control residual bleeding from the bone and accessory vessels, all to no avail.Indeed, the military reports, Throughout the course of the roughly 7-hour surgery, multiple attempts at using bone wax and cautery on the bleeding sites were unsuccessful and the patient received multiple units of blood and plasma.The first-in-human experience with XSTAT is the culmination of tremendous effort on the part of both RevMedx and our military collaborators, said Andrew Barofsky, president and CEO of RevMedx.
Experts studied a man dubbed the Young Man of Byrsa or Ariche, whose remains were taken from a sarcophagus in the ancient city of Carthage, just outside Tunis, the Tunisian capital.Related: Archaeologists think they've found Aristotle's tombThe findings offer the earliest evidence of the European mitochondrial haplogroup U5b2c1 in North Africa, according to Matisoo-Smith, dating its arrival to at least the late sixth century B.C.It is remarkably rare in modern populations today, found in Europe at levels of less than one per cent.The Spanish cities of Malaga and Cadiz, for example, were founded by Phoenicians.Related: Scientists unearth 5,000-year-old Chinese beer recipeExperts analyzed the mitochondrial DNA of 47 modern Lebanese people and found none were of the U5b2c1 lineage."While a wave of farming peoples from the Near East replaced these hunter-gatherers, some of their lineages may have persisted longer in the far south of the Iberian peninsula and on off-shore islands and were then transported to the melting pot of Carthage in North Africa via Phoenician and Punic trade networks," she said, in the press release.
With its WWDC 2016 software bonanza just around the corner, Apple has sent out invitations to press for the opening keynote.Apple has confirmed details about this year s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote, where the firm is expected to wax lyrical on a range of topics, including new iPhone software and a revamped Apple Music.That s no different than previous years, but the venue has changed from prior WWDC events.This year, the keynote will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, not the usual Moscone West venue.It s a multi-purpose arena based in San Francisco, and can hold up to 7,000 people, and was the location for last year s iPhone 6S launch.The company also showed off OS X El Capitan, a glimpse of iOS 9 and WatchOS2, and some improvements to Spotlight Search.
Recently, I wrote about Wyper, the Tinder of car shopping.That prompted Andy Kim, co-founder of Wype, to contact me.Wype was founded in 2014 in Orange County by Kim, Kevin Dawson and former LA Laker Jordan Farmar who s currently with the Memphis Grizzlies .Interestingly, the men tend to call for their cars to be cleaned on weekends, while three-quarters of women request a car detail on weekdays.Now, we re also lucky that there aren t too many off-roaders in the areas we service.Wyper will help you shop for a car.
So what you re saying with this quantum particle stuff, right, is that it s like taking a single wave out of the ocean?Instead, I was quizzed during a Skeptics In The Pub event in a packed room in the wonderfully-monikered Holy Inadequate pub in Stoke-on-Trent last month.The Skeptics... meetings are based on a very simple equation : speaker audience alcohol fun, informal and informative discussion.What I find remarkable is that the level of interaction and discourse during these pub-based events can often be much greater than at international scientific conferences I ve attended.This can not only prompt many off-the-cuff conversations with Brady during the video but can seed further discussion and debate among the Sixty Symbols audience in the YouTube comments threads.This in turn can occasionally work to the speaker s disadvantage, particularly if one of the audience members fancies themselves as a sage who has been callously ignored by the establishment and wants to wax lyrical, and at great length, about their particular revolutionary grand unified theory of everything .
Virtual reality, waxworks and Ghostbusters will collide this year when Madame Tussauds New York host Ghostbusters: Dimension, a virtual reality experience co-developed by the waxworks company, Sony Pictures, and the Void, a VR-development firm.The trio claim the event will combine all of their expertise, to create something akin to a hyper reality.Toms recently went to visit the set of the Ghostbusters: Dimension experience and discovered that there will actually be two distinct components of the tour that visitors can go on.The first will be guided and won t feature the VR content, and will be more of a traditional Ghostbusters themed experience.To make this possible, visitors will all be using the same Rapture, system that The Void has developed for its own in-house VR experience.While we don t know which model it runs, we were told that it s a desktop GPU, so it s possible that there s a GTX 980MXM module in there to help keep the weight down.
It requires a small army of technicians, a chain of skilled subcontractors, and lots of heavy machinery.The process is neither cheap nor fast.Forget it.Founded by musician Wesley Wolfe, Tangible Formats is a one-man record plant where no order is too small, turnaround time is three weeks, and the prices are indie-friendly.Local bands that peddle hot wax to their fans, international DJs who want to scratch their EDM tracks, juke box collectors who crave rare Blue Note 45s, the lovesick Romeo who wants his marriage proposal recorded after the fade-out on our song.This is the small but loyal clientele that Mr. Wolfe s lathe-to-turntable movement caters to in today s increasingly fragmented music ecosystem.
His company, Cascadia Candle Co, is poised to take Kickstarter by storm this week with what s undoubtedly the most high-tech line of candles ever made: 3D topographical beeswax candles made from lidar scans of real northwestern mountains.I started thinking about a Portland-themed candle and what that might be.I thought, well, it could be a raindrop, or it could be a tall boy beer can… For the past four years, Swift has been running a small company called Portland Bee Balm, and as such, he generally keeps a lot of wax around.I started talking to my buddy who works in geospatial tech here in town.Bill Roberson/Digital Trends I was worried that I d lose some of that detail, but it turns out there s this beautiful and unintentional melding of technology and design, because the 3D printer puts these layers in that look exactly like the topographical layers on a topo map.As a result of the printing process, we end up with these hundreds of layers, each one 0.2 millimeters high.
From a product design standpoint, Dan Formosa thinks the human body leaves a lot to be desired.Though we may possess the power of digestion and wound repair, Formosa – a veteran designer and consultant who created the first keyboard for IBM home computers as well as OXO's line of Good Grips kitchen tools – points out that our skin is barely stronger than wax paper and our orifices are constantly leaking.If we're ever to compete against a robot insurrection, we'll need to make some upgrades.Here's what Formosa suggests.
Beats From Beneath X The Great Escape is happening again at The Great Escape behind The Projector, with DJs Mr.Assin and Bhayology on the decks to bring you their beats from around the globe.Lime at Parkroyal is offering a complimentary buffet lunch or dinner Mon-Thurs when you dine in a group of four and pay with a UOB credit card.Boo Junfeng s psychological drama Apprentice which competed in Cannes is now showing at Golden Village—it tells the story of a young correctional officer and a hardened executioner.The play SI WOOF WOOF by Akulah Bimbo Sakti I Am The Magic Bimbo , showing at The Substation by Noor Effendy Ibrahim, is a visual and performance art piece about a childless couple and a mysterious dog set in a surreal landscape.Good Times x Darker Than Wax are getting together for Beats N Beyond at BluJaz Cafe to drop their mix of hip hop, juke, grime music and more.Resident DJs William J, Rah, Daryl C and special guest from Bali, Yadin will be on mixing duties.
However, a new anthropological study from the University of Cambridge offers fascinating details about another common, but poorly-documented, area of human medical history.The paper, which was published in the Journal of Anatomy this week, traces the history of using infants and fetuses for dissection purposes, along with a catalog of differences between how doctors dissected the smaller corpses versus the larger, more adult ones.Infants and fetuses were prized for their contributions to medical fields of study in the realms of growth, development, and in diseases that could bring about early deaths. Foetal and infant bodies were clearly valued by anatomists, illustrated by the measures taken to preserve the remains intact and undamaged, said Jenna Dittmar, a co-author on the study.These bodies made wide-ranging contributions in the medical field.Their size and stage in development made it possible for students to analyze the anatomy of the nervous and circulatory systems the bodies were injected with colored wax and displayed .
However, a new anthropological study from the University of Cambridge offers fascinating details about another common, but poorly documented, area of human medical history.The paper, which was published in the Journal of Anatomy this week, traces the history of using infants and foetuses for dissection purposes, along with a catalogue of differences between how doctors dissected the smaller corpses versus the larger, more adult ones.Infants and foetuses were prized for their contributions to medical fields of study in the realms of growth, development, and in diseases that could bring about early deaths. Foetal and infant bodies were clearly valued by anatomists, illustrated by the measures taken to preserve the remains intact and undamaged, said Jenna Dittmar, a co-author on the study.These bodies made wide-ranging contributions in the medical field.Their size and stage in development made it possible for students to analyse the anatomy of the nervous and circulatory systems the bodies were injected with coloured wax and displayed .
Construction on Amazon s new offices in downtown Seattle.Employee perks at some companies include watery coffee all day and maybe a ping-pong table.Employee perks at Amazon will soon include treehouses where engineers commune with nature to refresh their minds and meet in rooms with walls crawling with vines.These are meant to both be a found treasure in the neighborhood and a way to raise worker productivity.When they open in early 2018, the spheres will be packed with a plant collection worthy of top-notch conservatories, allowing Amazon employees to amble through tree canopies three stories off the ground, meet with colleagues in rooms with walls made from vines and eat kale Caesar salads next to an indoor creek.There are orchids from Ecuador that smell like cinnamon, wax candy and baby powder, a rather ugly plant from Namibia, and even carnivorous pitcher plants.
While the rest of the world anxiously waits for companies to start delivering pizzas by drones, a Canadian marketer has discovered another possibility: wax jobs.On Thursday, David Freiheit became ― he thinks ― the first person to ever wax his legs using a drone.The 37-year-old resident of Magog, Quebec, says the idea came to him in a flash.I was sitting around and thinking of things that have never been done with a drone, he told HuffPost.I once pulled out a kid s tooth with one.To do the drone wax job, Freiheit bought some Nair strips and tied one to the drone with strong cord.
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