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Chemical computing is often ignored in making neural implants, but focusing solely on electrical signals is like ignoring transoceanic cargo routes when planning shipping routes.This Artificial Neuron Uses Dopamine to Communicate With Brain Cells|Shelly Fan|August 16, 2022|Singularity Hub
As you read this newsletter, your computer most likely is sending and receiving a range of signals that pass through transoceanic internet cables.The Battle for the Ocean Floor|Sean Culligan|July 14, 2021|Ozy
Heezen had hired a recent art school graduate to plot thousands of earthquake epicenters in the Atlantic Ocean to help Bell Labs find the safest places to lay transoceanic cables.Marie Tharp’s groundbreaking maps brought the seafloor to the world|Betsy Mason|January 13, 2021|Science News
A. I flew domestically primarily, so I never did transoceanic flights.Sully's New Air Safety Warning|Josh Dzieza|April 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Michel has also been able to corner Bush on transoceanic flights to China, Korea, Japan, Singapore, India, and Nigeria.Bush's Ghostwriter|Bryan Curtis|March 9, 2010|DAILY BEAST
Thus these two voyages inaugurated a transoceanic steam-service, which has steadily grown in extent and in importance.
The most successful steam-vessels in general use are these screw-steamers of transoceanic lines.
This was laid in New York Harbor; and from it he was the first to conceive that stupendous idea of the transoceanic telegraph.
It is thought that he went to Genoa and to Venice, where his projects of transoceanic navigation were but badly received.Celebrated Travels and Travellers|Jules Verne
Some of these are coastal or transoceanic vessels, both commercial and naval.The Nation's River|United States Department of the Interior