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Comment: Re:Leave then (Score 1) 847

by AlCapwn (#49339703) Attached to: Gen Con Threatens To Leave Indianapolis Over Religious Freedom Bill
Bravo, but you're not the kind we're worried about when such legislation passes. If every Christian was as accepting, we wouldn't be having this discussion in the first place. But, keep at it. Lead by example. I'm pretty sure that's a Jesus thing, right? Your religion needs more like you to be taken seriously by the secular folk.

+ - Valve Partners With HTC To Develop VR Headset->

Submitted by AlCapwn
AlCapwn (1536173) writes "Valve and HTC have been working together on a Rift competitor, dubbed Vive. The article boasts two 1200 x 1080 displays and a 90 FPS refresh rate. They have also announced a "Steam VR base station" which "will let you walk around the virtual space instead of using a controller." " spaces up to 15 feet by 15 feet.""
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+ - Fark's Drew Curtis Running For Governor Of Kentucky

Submitted by AlCapwn
AlCapwn (1536173) writes "Drew Curtis has announced on Friday that he will be running for governor of Kentucky

"We have a theory that we’re about to see a huge change in how elections and politics work. Across the country, we have seen regular citizens stepping up and challenging the status quo built by political parties and career politicians. They have been getting closer and closer to victory and, here in Kentucky, we believe we have a chance to win and break the political party stronghold for good.""

+ - Cold fusion reactor verified by third-party researchers 2

Submitted by Paul Fernhout
Paul Fernhout (109597) writes "ExtremeTech reports that "Andrea Rossi's E-Cat — the device that purports to use cold fusion to generate massive amounts of cheap, green energy — has been verified by third-party researchers, according to a new 54-page report. The researchers observed a small E-Cat over 32 days, where it produced net energy of 1.5 megawatt-hours, or "far more than can be obtained from any known chemical sources in the small reactor volume." The researchers were also allowed to analyze the fuel before and after the 32-day run, noting that the isotopes in the spent fuel could only have been obtained by "nuclear reactions"...""

With your bare hands?!?