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Phone Magic
When you think about your favorite magical tools, do you ever consider the telephone? Here's a few ideas which may make a common household object seem very, very magical! Focus and Direct Energy: Focusing and directing energy is a basic principle of magic....
Mystic Sciences >> Magick
The practical applications of the Tree must start at Malkuth, because Malkuth is all that is manifested on Earth. We know Malkuth better than any other Sephiroth just because we are the embodiment of Malkuth. We know the physical world by living it. Malkuth...
Magick >> Qabalah
Think for Yourself; Question Authority
The famous magician and occult writer Donald Michael Kraig commences his teachings by writing down the following characters on a blackboard: TFYQA, which means Think For Yourself; Question Authority. It is a sign of his greatness of mind and openness towards...
Religion & Philosophy >> Philosophy
Tarot Cards >> The Major Arcana

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Wal-Mart Alarm Blamed for Hearing Damage
Cochlear implants are installed in a patient's inner ear and connect to an external transmitter placed behind their ear. Unlike hearing aids, they don't amplify sounds.
Linking Chips With Light
Photo: Glenn Asakawa/University of Colorado Lighting The Path: Engineers integrated 850 photonic components with silicon transistors. Computer designers have long fantasized about using light rather than electrons to move data between microprocessors.
Study: DNA Test Agreements Disregard Consumer Privacy
Some personal genomics companies rely on so-called “clickwrap” contracts—agreements to which consumers could one day regret having clicked “Agree.” Anyone today who spends time in the digital world also enters into contracts in the digital world.
Is Keck's Law Coming to an End?
Today, new transmitter and receiver systems allow a single optical channel—a single wavelength—to carry 100 Gb/s over long distances, in fibers that were designed to carry only 10 Gb/s.
Quanergy Announces $250 Solid-State LIDAR for Cars, Robots, and More
This is where Quanergy comes in: its solid-state LIDAR has no moving parts. Zero. Not even micromirrors or anything like that.

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