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For more than 10 years German artist Bjoern Schulke has been making interactive kinetic sculptures. His works bring together steel, wood, lights, motors, electronic sensors, solar panels and even theremins into machines that move, see and make noise all on their own.
Will drones ultimately settle the foreign disputes of tomorrow?
A new study sheds light on the harsh working conditions domestic workers face, the judge in Jeremy Hammond's case has a conflict of interest, and the US Navy assures the Internet that a human will always decide when a robot will kill you. And still more great listener mail.
Cannibal cop wanted to kidnap, cook, and eat one hundred women, the future of warfare is lethal autonomous robots, and Mitt Romney's comments as Governor about same-sex parents.
DJRePete’s got your midweek music fix with a fresh mix that’s sure to please. In store, info on this weekend’s Fest 11 in Gainesville, a remix by Miike Snow, and the latest from Mumford & Sons. Plus, the latest from The Raveonettes, The Soft Pack, and Niki & the Dove. And find a throwback among the mix by Dan Mangan and see what’s going down in Athens GA tonight. Your week just got awesomer with the help of your BTR Wednesday!
Pussy Riot lawyers discussing their case - we have audio of their talk at NYU, and a new report on drones details the horror and anguish they cause.

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