What I do instead of working

at Mauna Kea Observatory

at Mauna Kea Observatory

at Mauna Kea State Recreation Area

at Mauna Kea State Recreation Area

at Hawaii Volcanos National Park

at Hawaii Volcanos National Park

That’s an active volcano at night! (at Hawaii Volcanos National Park)

That’s an active volcano at night! (at Hawaii Volcanos National Park)

My my my… I just can not be bothered by this active volcano behind me.  (at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park)

My my my… I just can not be bothered by this active volcano behind me. (at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park)

Mercy me, I just can not be bothered by this Hawaiian sunset.   (at La’Aloa Beach)

Mercy me, I just can not be bothered by this Hawaiian sunset. (at La’Aloa Beach)

My evening view in Hawaii.  (at White Sands Beach Park)

My evening view in Hawaii. (at White Sands Beach Park)

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Watch: Ian Burkhart, a 23-year-old quadriplegic man, just moved his arm — with his mind

Burkhart had been unable to move his arms or legs since a diving accident four years ago damaged his spinal cord and left him paralyzed. But thanks to a new device that reroutes his brain signals, Burkhart was recently able to lift his hand using his thoughts.

The technology, called Neurobridge, takes electric signals from the brain and sends them directly to the muscles, bypassing the damaged spinal cord.

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