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Daughtry - Spaceship (Official)
Appearance: Dark, reddish, about metres long by 40 metres wide, so roughly the size and shape of a skyscraper. It was spotted last October whizzing past the sun, too fast to have originated in our solar system. It was declared the first interstellar object ever discovered, before disappearing from view in January.
90 Minutes In What Looked Like Mork From Ork's Spaceship: My First Float Tank Experience
Ondara was a dreamer. Of his few possessions, there was one he prized above all others: a tiny, battery-powered transistor radio. For Ondara, it was a magic box filled with all the music he loved, the inspiration for his life journey. Now 26 with a velvet tenor that can shift through the gears to an astonishing falsetto, he has just released his captivating debut album of acoustic folk, Tales Of America. When Ondara was seven, the Swahili speaker had only a rudimentary grasp of English. I was drawn to rock songs and how strange they sounded. As a kid, I needed that trip to get away from where I was.
Everybody knows that the Sci-Fi Channel changed over the past decade, in ways that went way beyond the spelling of its name. The channel backed away from its roots, and stopped making the kinds of shows it used to be known for. That all changed with the announcement that the channel had decided to adapt these gritty, ambitious Expanse series by James S. Corey the pen name of writing team Daniel Abraham and Ty Franck. I felt a surge of optimism when the plane touched down in Toronto to see what new direction the channel was pointed in. So news of the television show brought excitement, but also some trepidation: Will they get the look and feel of the universe right? All signs seem to point to a resounding yes.
Computers and brains already talk to each other daily in high-tech labs — and they do it better and better. For example, disabled people can now learn to govern robotic limbs by the sheer power of their mind. The hope is that we may one day be able to operate spaceships with our thoughts , upload our brains to computers and, ultimately, create cyborgs. Now Elon Musk is joining the race. Musk has already shown how expensive space technology can be run as a private enterprise. But just how feasible is his latest endeavour?