"A science fiction story is a story built around human beings, with a human problem and a human solution, which would not have happened at all without its scientific content."
The same idea was suggested in Jule's Verne's 1889 novel The Purchase of the North Pole (Topsy Turvy); see the entry for straightening the earth's poles.
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New Video Of Arducorder Mini Open Source Science Tricorder
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E-Delicious Machine A Food-Tasting Robot
'Why the nuisance of bringing food to the mouth to taste?'
Nexus 6 Phone Vs. Nexus-6 Android Comparison
It has 'ten million possible combinations of cerebral activity'. Now, that would be a smart phone.
Robot Handwriting Via App Better Than Yours
Don't get caught with fake handwriting.
MIT's Latest Biosuit For Fashionable Astronauts
'You'd need a space suit to make any kind of a successful trip outdoors.'
Diamond Nanothreads For Space Elevators?
'Continuous pseudo-one dimensional diamond crystal.'
3D Printing With Moon Regolith Simulant (Moon Dust)
Don't forget, it costs about 5k dollars to lift one pound up from Earth.
Liquid Metal Technology Now Exists
'A mimetic poly-alloy.'
Sense.ly Virtual Nurse Will See You Soon
The virtual nurse is IN.
China's Crab Walker Robot Tank In Firing Mode
'The mechanism was to consist of eighteen segments, each equiped with a pair of legs...'
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