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Wireless technology is ubiquitous to the point that the end user invariably becomes intimately involved with it. Our "Personal Devices" have become the next step in human evolution, adding terabytes of knowledge to our mainframe flesh and blood brain with an auxiliary hard drive packing unlimited Internet access. From here, we can catch a glimpse of the Infinite Universe.

Although Long Island is small, within a distance of 100 miles between New York City and the East End we have a beautifully diverse population of intellectuals, academics, scientists, inventors, artists, writers, trades people, government, entrepreneurs and a stellar collaboration between the State University system, private education and commerce...

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I am a beach-comber. One Spring about ten years ago I plucked my first bit of sponge coral from a cold, rocky beach in Huntington. I examined it carefully and looked it up on the Internet. It appeared to be a species that is only able to thrive in water temperatures between 73° and 84° Fahrenheit. The Great Lobster die-off started in 1999...

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