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Bell Slant Bicycle Helmet
- A bicycle helmet is a helmet intended to be worn while riding a bicycle. They are designed to attenuate impacts to the skull of a cyclist in falls while minimizing side effects such as interference with peripheral vision.
- Slope or lean in a particular direction; diverge from the vertical or horizontal
- lie obliquely; "A scar slanted across his face"
- (esp. of light or shadow) Fall in an oblique direction
- Cause (something) to lean or slope in such a way
- a biased way of looking at or presenting something
- pitch: degree of deviation from a horizontal plane; "the roof had a steep pitch"
- attach a bell to; "bell cows"
- The cry of a stag or buck at rutting time
- a hollow device made of metal that makes a ringing sound when struck
- doorbell: a push button at an outer door that gives a ringing or buzzing signal when pushed
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Slant: A Novel
James, an Asian college student who likes video games and romantic comedies, decides he's gay. With his intensely logical and linear MIT mind, he identifies all the parts of himself he believes are offensive to others, and methodically changes them one by one. In the pursuit of total self transformation--including body, skin, hair, clothes, personality, and behavior--James becomes completely lost and bewildered, having lost any trace of the person he once was. Along the way, he betrays himself several times for love, lust, and money--engaging in dangerous drug use and sex to please his first boyfriend, Stan, and manipulating his admirer, Michael, to pay for plastic surgery on his Asian eyes. After Stan dumps him, obsessed with love, he'll do anything to get Stan back...
A bicycle helmet with EL wire and driver. With this illuminating helmet. The rider can be noticed easily in dark night. Then rider's safety will be guaranteed.
The Joy of a Bicycle Helmet
This is what happens when you wear a bicycle helmet on your trip...
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In the sixth decade of the 21st century, the world has been transformed. Nanotechnology has been perfected, giving humans the ability to change their environment and themselves on the cellular level. And the study of the mind has brought about a revolution in both human psychotherapy and artificial intelligence.
It’s a sane and perfect world. Almost.
A man called Jack Giffey is planning to break into the Omphalos, the most secure building in all of separatist Green Idaho. Rumor says that the Omphalos houses the not-quite-dead, the very wealthy deceased who are still alive, their brains connected directly into Thinkers, Artificial Intelligences that provide a virtual reality. Data is the great treasure of the new millenium, and Giffey plans to tap into the Omphalos datastream, to steal the knowledge gathered by the inhabitants of the Omphalos.
In the offices of Mind Design, Inc., the most advanced Artificial Intelligence in the world has had a unique experience. She has received a request for contact from a new AI, one she does not know and did not help to design. Jill has never met a stranger of her own kind before; is it an alien Thinker, or the offspring of some vast conspiracy?
Slant is set in Bear’s Queen of Angels universe, and is one of the great SF novels of the 1990s.
This is the sequel to Greg Bear's popular Queen of Angels, and, like most of this award-winning author's works, it's a stunner. Bear is right at home with the computer and nano technologies that underlie his near-future society. With most of the world's ills having been cured by nanotech, humanity is free to turn its explorations inward, to the mind. Advanced therapies have all but eliminated emotional imbalance, and things have never been better. But when public defender Mary Cho begins investigating a double-murder, she uncovers the truth: all of the high tech is failing, and things will never be worse.