Soon you’ll be able to print a pet, so why not print yourself a robot as well?

And once you discover a task that needs doing, it won’t take long to print a robot to do the work: Researchers want to create technology that would allow an average person to design and print a machine within 24 hours.

BBC News quotes the robot design team spokeswoman Lisa-Joy Zgorski as saying that this could have a "profound impact on society."
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People who received frequent dental x-rays in the past have an increased risk of developing the most commonly diagnosed primary brain tumor in the US. But don’t panic–today’s dental patients are exposed to lower doses of radiation than in the past.

When researchers studied almost 1,500 brain tumor patients who were diagnosed with the disease between the ages of 20 and 79 and compared them with a control group, they found that patients with brain tumors were more than twice as likely as controls to report having ever had a bitewing exam, which uses an x-ray film held in place by a tab between the teeth.
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This meditation guides us to an inner stance that enable us to be prepared for the future and even to glimpse what our inner self may sense is in store. It contains material about the journey of life, and the greater journey of the soul through the vastness of time.
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Given the enormous amount of UFO activity worldwide, the strange sounds that emerged last year and came to a climax in early 2012, and now the unexplained explosions, it is reasonable to ask the question: could some extraordinary change be on the way, and, if so, how do we prepare?

This week for Unknowncountry subscribers, Whitley Strieber offers a meditation that enables us to sense coming change and prepare for it within ourselves. He will dialogue with you about it in the comments section of the Meditation more