Posts Tagged ‘Netherlands’

Brain-computer interface lets ALS patient communicate with her family

An ALS patient who received a brain implant at University Medical Center Utrecht (UMCU) in the Netherlands has reportedly become the first person with the neurodegenerative condition to use this technology to communicate with family, friends, and caregivers in her own home. The feat, detailed this week in the New England Journal of Medicine, is […]

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FYI-FTR: CF vs Moral Self-Evident Truth No. 1

CF’s objection to “we are inescapably under the government of ought . . . ” in WJM’s subjectivism privilege thread is revealing and worth headlining, as is the onward exchange, as it shows what we are dealing with. Remember, this is a live example of a now common mindset: CF, 251: >>KairosFocus: “Here is what […]

First F-35s Arrive In Netherlands

America’s stealth F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, the most expensive fighter program in history, isn’t exclusively made for the Pentagon. Besides America’s Navy, Marines, and Air Force, nine other nations signed on to receive F-35s from Lockheed Martin, and…

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