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Better thermometers might be possible as a result of a discovery, where physicists have found a way to calibrate temperature measurements by monitoring the tiny motions of a nanomechanical system that are governed by the often counterintuitive rules of quantum mechanics. (1)

Accuracy: The measure of how correct you are based on what you have defined as correct. Looks simple and yet… one can never be as much correct as he would like.

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Are we ready to change the way we think?

In the old myth Sisyphus pushed the rock and we laughed at reading the story. But could we be in the place of Sisyphus? Could we actually he him? Could we be laughing at our own selves? Look in the mirror. One has to brake him eventually if he wants to become free of himself…

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