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MemoryEverything feels so fleeting these days. This week we’re stepping back to explore all things memory in technology, science, and entertainment. In a hot tub in 2012, physicist Seth Lloyd pitched a quantum internet application to Google’s Sergey Brin and Larry Page. via Pocket
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Urine Test Could Diagnose Depression, Anxiety | American Council on Science and Health

Depression and anxiety are not always easy to detect. The obvious symptoms, such as persistent sadness or worry, may not be present. Instead, a person may exhibit insidious symptoms, like chronic indecision or excessive sleepiness. Diagnosis usually requires a psychologist. via Pocket
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Army might have found its new rifle in Colorado Springs garage | Premium | gazette.com

Tom Roeder is the Gazette’s senior military editor. In Colorado Springs since 2003, Tom covers seven military installations in Colorado, including five in the Pikes Peak region. His main job, though, is being dad to two great kids. via Pocket
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Ask Ethan: Could The Big Rip Lead To Another Big Bang?

There are few questions that can keep us up at night the way pondering the eventual fate of the entire cosmos can. The stars will burn out, be replaced by new ones, which themselves will burn out, on and on until the Universe runs out of fuel. via Pocket
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The US Military Must Lighten Warfighters’ Loads – Defense One

In World War II, being an infantryman was the third-deadliest job in the American military, behind bombardiers and submariners. In the years since, technology has woven a cloak of stealthiness around bombers and submarines, yet the infantry remains a deadly profession. Over 80 percent of U.S. via Pocket
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This laser could help Marines knock down drones on the FOB or on the move

With an increasing footprint in the Arctic, the Corps may need a new snow vehicle BAE Systems displayed their new vehicle that may help Marines operate in harsh environments. via Pocket
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Scientists Pinpoint Where Dark Matter Is Hiding in the Universe | RealClearScience

There’s a huge amount of matter in the universe that we can’t directly see. But scientists can tell it’s there. They call it dark matter. They know it’s there because its gravity tugs on the stars and galaxies around it, altering their movement. via Pocket
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