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Every frame looks like an ukiyo-e print in motion, kinetic and untethered to the physical world.
Committees for the Republican Senatorial and Congressional campaigns filed motions in the case, arguing that election rules, including the staff prohibition, should not be changed.
Our eyes contain cones, which are the cells that sense color, and rods, which sense motion.
The Fujitsu team built an artificial-intelligence program that could learn to recognize and outline a human skeleton within these motion data.
To turn methanol into motion, the researchers coated a nickel-titanium alloy wire with platinum.
The sensors read signals from nerves in the residual limb used to control motions like fingers bending.
When searching their environment, sharks and a diverse array of other species, now including fruit fly larvae, sometimes default to the same pattern of movement, a specific type of random motion called a Lévy walk.
“With the rocket unit, I teach the basic principles of physics and motion,” explains David Ropa.
The scientists found that the chefs relied on a specific pattern of motion.
So if the dominant dog wants to leave, it takes fewer individuals to add support to the motion to leave.

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