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The World's First Robotic BJ Sex Toy Hits the Market After Hitting 500% Of Crowdfunding Goal

The Autoblow AI will hit the shelves in May of 2019 after (not surprisingly) hitting 500% ($250K) of it's intended crowdfunding goal.

"We spent the last three years listening to feedback from our 200,000 Autoblow 2 owners and in response built a new machine that mechanically better replicates the gliding and friction combination of the mouth and hand that men experience during oral sex,"

First ‘ORAL sex robot’ gets go-ahead after Autoblow AI makes $250,000 from randy buyers – beating goal by 500%

A CAMPAIGN to create the world's first oral sex robot has been enormously successful – raising just shy of $250,000 (£200,000).

The gadget is a successor to the Autoblow 2, an oral sex simulator launched four years ago to level the playing field between male and female sex toys.

Data scientists working with the firm used nearly six full days worth of pornographic footage to determine how the fleshy mechanical sleeve should operate.

"We spent the last three years listening to feedback from our 200,000 Autoblow 2 owners and in response built a new machine that mechanically better replicates the gliding and friction combination of the mouth and hand that men experience during oral sex,"

"By using artificial intelligence to, for the first time, understand the mechanics of blowjobs, we discovered and replicated techniques that make using our machine feel less robotic and more human."

It combines a microcontroller with an infrared beam sensor and magnetic field sensors to manipulate a fleshy sleeve across 250 different points – along a "5-inch-long stroking plane".

"Few companies focus on men's pleasure in general and even fewer focus on using new technology to offer men new and better experiences.

And experts recently expressed concern that the rising popularity of sex robots risked turning Japanese people into "an endangered species".

The warning came after a study linked rising sex doll ownership to declining birth rates in certain areas of Japan.

Dangers Hidden From Public! New Studies Reveal Neurological Damage From Fluoridated Water

This review demonstrates that organizational bias has compromised the integrity of fluoride research from the beginning and persists today by citing 10 major flaws in a recent National Toxicology Program’s (NTP) effort at justifying water fluoridation by refuting all evidence of neurotoxic events discovered by studies independently conceived and carried out.

The NTP study’s conclusion that the overall body of evidence does not prove a link of lower IQ and neurological damage from fluoridated water was fully endorsed by the CDC, making its study the official stamp of approval that the “science for fluoridating water is in.” The authors point out that abundant research since the 1990s shows low dose systematic fluoride exposure adversely affects cognitive and behavioral development.

If lost or sufficiently compromised, external sources easily affect the newly exposed sensitive part of your teeth to cause decay, leading to infection, pain, tooth loss, and maybe gum disease.

The sense of beauty: an art/science film about CERN, the European Particle Physics Laboratory, in Vancouver, Canada; art/sci September in Toronto (Canada), a science at the bar night in Vancouver (Canada), and a festival in Calgary (Canada)

Compared to five or more years ago, there’s a lollapalooza of art/sci (or sciart) events coming up in September 2018.

Of course, it’s helpful if you live in or are visiting Toronto or Vancouver or Calgary at the right time.  All of these events occur from mid September (roughly) to the end of September.

In no particular date order: The September 10, 2018 Dante Alighieri Society of British Columbia invitation (received via email) offered more tease than information.

Happily, the evite webpage for “The Sense of Beauty: Art and Science at CERN” (2017) by Valerio Jalongo filled in the details, The Dante Alighieri Society of British Columbia Invites you to the screening of the documentary “The Sense of Beauty: Art and Science at CERN” (2017) by Valerio Jalongo TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 at 6:30 pm The CINEMATHEQUE – 1131 Howe Street, Vancouver Duration of film: 75’.

Q&A with the film director to follow the screening Free Admission RSVP: Director Jalongo will discuss the making of his documentary in a seminar open to the public on September 24 (1:00-2:30 pm) at UBC  [University of British Columbia] (Buchanan Penthouse, *1866 Main Maill, Block C, 5th floor*, Vancouver).

The Sense of Beauty is the story of an unprecedented experiment that involves scientists from throughout the world collaborating around the largest machine ever constructed by human beings: the LHC (Large Hadron Collider).

As the new experiment at CERN proceeds in its exploration of the mysterious energy that animates the universe, scientists and artists guide us towards the shadow line where science and art, in different ways, pursue truth and beauty.

Among them: Sulla mia pelle (On My Skin, 2003) and La scuola è finita (2010), starring Valeria Golino, on the difficulties facing public schools in Italy.

In prehistoric times, human beings would leave paintings in caves to show their amazement and admiration for the complexity of the world.

In another gigantic and modern den, the immense CERN laboratory, the same thing is happening today, a combination of enthralled exploration of the cosmos and an attempt to control it.

In their conversations or their words to camera, the meaning of existence thus seems to become a pure question of the laws of physics and mathematical formulae.

That of beauty… There’s also a February 5, 2018 essay by Stefano Caggiano for Interni, which uses a description of the film to launch into a paean to Italian design, The success of the documentary The Sense of Beauty by Valerio Jalongo, which narrates the ‘aesthetic’ side of the physicists at CERN when faced with the fundamental laws of nature, proves that the yearning for beauty is not just an aspect of art, but something shared by all human efforts to interpret reality.

It is no coincidence that the scientists themselves define the LHC particle accelerator (27 km) as a grand machine for beauty, conceived to investigate the meaning of things, not to perform some practical function.

In fact, just as matter can be perceived only through form, and form only if supported by matter (Aristotle already understood this), so the laws of physics can be glimpsed only when they are applied to reality.

It is precisely this evanescence that constitutes ‘beauty.’ The quivering of the form that reveals itself in the matter that conceals it, and which – given the fact that everything originates in the Big Bang – is found everywhere, in the most faraway stars and the closest objects: you just have to know how to prove it, grasp it, how to wait.

September 12, 2018 Curiosity Collider announcement (received via email) reveals details about the latest cooperative event/bar night put on by three sciencish groups, Do you enjoy learning about science in a casual environment?

Devoted readers 🙂 will note that the Vancouver Biennale’s Curious Imaginings show was featured here in a June 18, 2018 post and mentioned more recently in the context of a September 11, 2018 post on xenotransplantation.

There’s Nerd Nite which focuses on nerdy lectures in the Fox Cabaret, Curiosity Collider which creates events that bring together artists and scientists, and Science Slam, a poetry-slam inspired science communication competition!

Contact Kaylee or Michael at if your science organization would like to contribute to the show with some giveaways, you will get a free ticket, if you don’t have anything to give away, contact us anyway, we want this to be a celebration of science nights in Vancouver!

Though exhibitions, performance events and our quarterly speaker event, the Collider Cafe we help create new ways to experience science.

The formula for each Nerd Nite is pretty standard – 20 minute presentations from three presenters each night, in a laid-back environment with lots to learn, and lots to drink!

Our Science Slams are informal competitions that bring together researchers, students, educators, and communicators to share interesting science in creative ways.

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