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Professor Moshimo's Robot Testing LabReleaseMarch 05, 2008Developer(s)Ralph Creative AgencyPublisher(s)Cartoon NetworkPlatform(s)InternetGenre(s)viral marketing campaign,Designer(s)RalphLink(s) (Expired domain)Professor Moshimo's Robot Testing Lab was a promo game made by Cartoon Network and the digital creative agency Ralph. In this game, you need to help Professor Moshimo test his robots by becoming a "Robo-Guardian". Weekly prizes (like posters and toys) are awarded for the Robo Guardians who have interacted the most with their robot, for example making it sleep, talk, dance and roam. The robots appearance alters depending on how regularly the Guardians log into the site and how many users form their testing team (each robot can have multiple Robo-Guardians).
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However, genes whose products are involved in another metabolic pathways and cellular functions are also positively regulated by soluble sugars, examples include genes that encode storage proteins such as patatin in potato and sporamin in sweet potato,75,76 and genes that encode defence proteins such as proteinase inhibitor II in potato.77 In contrast, many genes are negatively regulated by sugars; for example, sugars repress expression of α-amylase genes in suspension cells and germinating embryos of rice;78 endopeptidase, sucrose synthase and asparagine synthase genes in maize root tips;72,79,80 and malate synthase and isocitrate lyase genes in cucumber cotyledon and suspension cells.81 However, nothing is known about whether a common mechanism is responsible of the differential sugar regulation. Although mechanisms involved in sugar signal transduction and sugar gene regulation in higher plants are entirely no clarified yet, important progresses have been made to obtain their understanding, principally, about signals that trigger these processes and how the regulation of photosynthetic carbon metabolism interacts with other processes during stress conditions.27,28,38,39 Many studies about sugar activation and repression mechanisms have shown that regulation take place to transcription level.30,82 However, sugar repression of α-amylase gene expression involves controls at both transcription and mRNA stability levels.83 Sucrose and hexoses (mainly glucose and fructose) are recognized as main sensing-molecules and elicit sugar responses in both source and sink organs.31,36,38,59,67 Studies involving sucrose did not address the question if the sucrose itself or the readily produced hexoses were the true inducer, but Chiou and Bush63 showed that sucrose specifically reduces the steady state mRNA level corresponding to a proton-sucrose symporter involved in phloem loading. Sucrose-specific signalling pathways showed also to be responsible for repression of the Arabidopsis ATB2 bZIP transcription factor.84 In addition, studies on starch synthesis in slices of potato tubers and on seed development in transgenic Vicia narbonensis support previous suggestions that sucrose specifically induces differentiation and synthesis of storage product.85,86 Nevertheless, Loreti et al.38 communicated that both glucose and sucrose independently modulate expression of α-amylase gene in barley embryos. Fructose moiety appears to be an essential component in sensing disaccharides analogues to sucrose such as palatinose and turanose.38 However, trehalose a disaccharide not containing fructose is also able to induce gene expression.71 This fact probably signifies that distinct sensors sense trehalose and sucrose analogues.
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The DAN (Doctor Auto Number) series, known as DRTN (Doctor RightoT Number) in Japan, are the robots made by Auto in Hitoshi Ariga's short series, Dr. Auto's Laboratory, which was part of the Mega Man Maniax shorts. They were designed by fans who submitted their designs to Ariga, who then remade them for his shorts and gave credit to the original artists.
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The Shadow Magic Origin Sorcerer is not really all that concerned with shadows or darkness. It has a few tools that interact with darkness and dim light, but as a whole, even if you spent the entire campaign in well-lit environments, this subclass would do quite well.
Back when Musk originally floated the Tesla Bot concept at AI Day 2021, he said, "It should be able to, 'please go to the store and get me the following groceries,' that kind of thing." Later, Musk said robots made by Tesla could one day be worth more than its cars, and that thousands of them would be put to work in Tesla factories, where humans build cars and batteries.
As a child, I never thought much about the dark. Well, that's not strictly true. I thought a lot about how scary it was, how much of it there was, I wondered whether the darkness hid the monsters in it, or whether the dark was a monster in itself. But I never thought much about what darkness was, how it behaved, what happened to it when my parents came to switch the lights back on.
There is something fascinating about darkness, in part because it creates pockets of mystery. In true darkness I have no idea what is around me, my surroundings, my company, even my own person become unknown to me for a moment. In part, that is why we find it so scary.
The darkness can feel overwhelming, can exacerbate our hurts and fears until we no longer feel able to tell if we are running from monsters or frightened of shadows. This time of year is hard. Christmas is hard when you feel dislocated from the joy and celebration.
And for us, preparing to meet Christ afresh this Christmas, he comes to us in the depths of winter, a light that shines amidst the darkness. A beacon of hope for our salvation. A light to lighten the darkness in which we live.
Christ is the light that shines in the darkness, the true light that has come to enlighten all people. We can approach it, embrace it, set ourselves alight with it, and shine hope into the lives of anyone who is seeking it. That is what Christmas calls us to: to embody the hope we have in Christ, that others might find it for themselves.
And when we light candles this Christmas, switch on fairy lights, burn our advent candles one last time, this is the light we should remember. The light which came as a tiny baby in the heart of winter, the light which came to give us hope. The shining beacon of our salvation in whose light the darkness around us loses its grip, just a little, as we remember where we are going and who is returning to meet us, and that all these things which hurt and haunt us are being made new.
Such plots involved the Vex attempting to salvage themselves from the loss of Panoptes. When Osiris foolishly created a simulation of Dendron, Root Mind, in an attempt to control it, the Cyclops Axis Mind went rogue and made efforts to fill in the void left after the Infinite Mind's demise. However, the exiled warlock managed to contact the Guardians in time to prevent Dendron from taking any action. Traveling to the Simulated Past in the Infinite Forest, the Guardians were successful in eliminating the Root Mind once again.
Further, the Guardians made constant travels into the Infinite Forest, preventing any Vex experiments from bearing anything significant that would work against the Last City. One experiment involved the simulated Cabal Valus Thuun. After the simulation failed to prevent the Guardians from finding the Infinite Mind's lair, Thuun was resurrected as part of a glitch and continuously attempts to destroy the map, only to fail. Osiris contacts the Guardians again and has them eliminate Valus Thuun for good.
Following the arrival of the Pyramids and the deactivation of Rasputin, the Vex would begin to study the new arrivals first on Io. As Eris Morn and the Drifter attempted to contact the Pyramids, the Vex would take interest in these Darkness-harvesting operations and attempt to sabotage their efforts, often deploying Champions to steal any of the coalesced and bloomed darkness for further analysis. One of the Pyramids reciprocated this study, scanning the Pyramidion on Io in preparation for an incursion into the structure to learn the secrets of the Vex. When Asher Mir learned of this, he ventured into the Pyramidion to protect it from the Pyramid, initially encountering resistance from the Vex, who later seemed to welcome and simply observe him.