today at 03:59.
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today at 04:04
So they needed to find a 700 year old English person to find one that was a Laborer with calessed hands.. Wow a rare find indeed!
today at 04:16
That lifi thing is old news
today at 03:30.
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today at 03:55
Ah gotta love Corporatists. And their dislike of competition.
Gabriel Lecona Martínez
today at 03:34
only if you have mega resources lol
today at 03:46
You just need good connections and good partners.
today at 03:00.
Our solar neighborhood has an unexpectedly violent past.
Scientists Find Evidence of a Recent Nearby Supernova, And Its Remnants Are Hitting Earth
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today at 03:15
How are they hitting earth? Are they contaminating our atmosphere? Is there evidence that they are affecting life here? Anything?
today at 03:02
Irvin Garcia I'm sure Charlotte Salameh knows all about the violent past of our solar neighborhood
today at 03:35
I'm leaving Fe deposition right now as I read this!
today at 02:00.
The planet Mercury's 'pencil lead' surface has been revealed at last.
Scientists May Have Discovered Why Mercury is Such a Dark Planet
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today at 04:30
Maybe it's because it within walking distance of the sun
Jason Aaron Howland
today at 02:49
"Pencil lead"? You mean graphite?
today at 02:20
Any asteroid impact craters on her is worth diamond(s)
today at 01:00.
Will Tesla's electric SUV be worth it?
Here's What You Can Expect From Tesla's Secretive "Model Y"
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Jared T. Sargent
today at 01:13
Not up to Tesla's styling standards or capabilities. Back to the drawing board kids.
today at 01:37
That thing looks hideous YUK! About as awkward as a fanny pack lol.
today at 01:40
But can it run crysis?
You are seeing this galaxy as it existed 13.4 billion years in the past.
More Than 30 Billion Light-Years Away, Hubble Captures the Most Distant Galaxy Ever Found
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today at 00:11
Countless civilizations could've already rose and fell by now or could still be going. My mind is open to whatever.
Can't be scared of the unknown.
today at 00:31
Why does it say" you are seeing this galaxy 13.4 billion years in the past. If its 30 billion light years away, wouldn't u b seeing it 30 billion years in the past.
today at 00:24
The light that Hubble captured from this distant galaxy is 6X older than our planet...overwhelming!
yesterday at 23:00.
Falling icicles kill 1000 people annually. This man grows them for a living.
Unraveling Icicle Formation
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Jason Aaron Howland
yesterday at 23:09
Little is known about how they are formed? Really? Freezing air and dripping water = growing icicles.
today at 02:30
Just goes to show how little people think, or know about science when the subject goes beyond what can be found in a textbook. When the water runs down from the source, evaporative cooling from the surrounding air causes some of it to freeze, forming an icicle.
yesterday at 23:02
Lol. Crazy.. First time ive ever heard this statistic. It seems like statistically, more people die than were ever born lol
yesterday at 22:00.
Scientists just found that the virus can quickly develop mutations that resist DNA-cutting enzymes.
HIV Can Mutate to Evade Attempts To Modify It With CRISPR Gene Editing
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today at 01:35
IF HIV was man made, then whoever developed it must have had something more advanced than CRISPR otherwise the virus couldn't have possibly mutated.
yesterday at 22:53
More proof that we live in a simulation? The AI is adapting to keep us from hacking the program at a fundamental level? Just some far out, whacky thinking. 🤔
Sean Phillips Meomonio
yesterday at 22:31
^^^hey I found the process that makes Creationists!!
"Nature is simplistic and dumb...nothing natural could have this much complexity. It MUST have been manufactured by an intelligent being!"
yesterday at 21:22.
Holographic advertisements are here.
Hollywood's Holographic Billboards Are Now a Reality
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yesterday at 21:36
That looks painful to look at. The choppiness looks awful. Maybe that's just the camera, though, but I have a feeling it isn't.
Majed Bou Ghanem
yesterday at 22:29
Great now consumer items can appeal to me in a more sophisticated way. Great how honest companies will have better ways of persuading me to consume luxuries I don't need or that have hidden costssss (mcdonalds will surely look better in 3D omg). Reminds me of the scene in minority report where ads speak to you and targets a consumer's insecurities
yesterday at 21:56
But what? So, i already have seen holograms since i was 6 years old and i watched the olds "red led" messages in a kind of pendulum... It's the same just with colors. not hologram.
yesterday at 20:30.
They may be small, but they are powerful.
The Next Generation of Explorers Might be Tiny, Folding Robots
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yesterday at 21:15
Rainbow six lol
yesterday at 20:44
Joshua Welburn Gregory Markou Jared Whitelaw Ben Laurin Trent Howlett
yesterday at 20:00.
This is the first major upgrade to this technology in decades.
Firefighter Helmets Now Have Built In Thermal Imaging
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yesterday at 20:23
About time. They should've added this years ago...
yesterday at 20:05
Matt, do you guys have this tech?
yesterday at 20:28
Hate to see the price tag
yesterday at 19:30.
Time travel could rely on entropy.
How Much Energy Would We Need to Power a Time Machine?
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yesterday at 19:57
The same amount it would take to travel at the speed of light? The slower your time relative to that around you the more energy it requires. Can't perceive past that point of relativity?
yesterday at 19:47
Photographs and video allow us to see the past, so in a way, they're time machines, and even if they invent a real "time machine" it'll only enable us to observe the light the past reflected and emitted, not actually travel back to its source.
yesterday at 20:53
Enough to create negative matter to travel faster than the speed of light and go backward in time. Not negatively charged matter (anti-matter), but negative matter.
yesterday at 19:00.
Soon anyone who needs a prosthesis may be able to get one.
Welcome to a World That Prints Prosthetic Limbs
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José Angel Valdés Botti
yesterday at 19:17
Kept you waiting huh?
yesterday at 18:30.
No need for needles.
Powdered Vaccines Could Potentially Save 100,000 Children Each Year
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Dino Angelo Di Donato
yesterday at 18:47
Unless you are a family of proto vegans that cross fit 8 days a week in California that believe your child should suck on a quartz rock to release toxins and do some yoga while reading the stars instead of vaccinating
yesterday at 19:00
This is awesome and amazing..being able to give lifesaving vaccines in places that have no electricity for refrigeration to store traditional vaccines.
Jason Aaron Howland
yesterday at 21:08
The powder exists already. Grind the marijuana and place it in a pipe and smoke it.
yesterday at 18:00.
This incredible soft robot doesn't need batteries or computer chips.
Octobot: Mesmerizing Soft Robot
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yesterday at 19:51
Wait till they figure out how to combine it with a hard exterior (similar to a beetle) & install a robotic hive mind. You end up with search & rescue bots for earthquakes that are cheap, reliable & effective.
4 or 5 generations of creations after that.....well, why spoil it.
Łukasz MachaUnder Bednarz
yesterday at 18:16
So a swarm of robots controlling jellyfish swarms?
But what killed jellyfish?
Send a signal to the boat to collect it and Somehow to process for food Or just a fertilizer or biogas ?? xd
yesterday at 18:28
Wow! Then we just add a brain to make it autonomous.
Wait, then it's just an octopus.
yesterday at 17:30.
The sci-fi trope has real-world potential.
Researchers Think Portals May Link Our Visible World With The "Dark Sector"
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yesterday at 18:20
Emergent gravity theory by Verlinde does away with need for dark matter. Far more elegant and getting good reception, it looks at gravity as an emergent principal of quantum mechanics rather than a force. When applied with this model the acceleration of the universe works without the need for inventing a whole dark universe.
[ Arxiv.org Link ]
yesterday at 20:33
I like Shutterstock too.
yesterday at 17:03.
Will this leave Moore's Law in the dark?
This New Optical Chip Could Be the Answer to an Age Old Problem
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yesterday at 19:27
It's hard to imagine the finite termination of Moore's Law as an age old problem..It happened so fast! :)
yesterday at 17:47
So they're wrong when they use moores law as an analogy of the idea ..othat objects cannot reduce exponentially?
yesterday at 17:16
If it's Moore's law those 1/10,000 of a hair sized transistors are the thing, yo.
yesterday at 16:00.
Brainprints could one day replace fingerprints.
Scientists Can Now Identify Individuals Based on Brain Waves—And It’s 100% Accurate
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yesterday at 17:20
there was a talk on this from a few years ago where someone from darpa said this and a few other technologies were at least 30 years old but he public sector is only getting it now....people didnt take him seriously but so far he was right
James R Woodhead
yesterday at 16:09
Pretty sure that someone sitting down to have their brainwaves scanned is going to solve 90% of that problem....
yesterday at 16:45
Sweet. Science has caught up to the cartoons of my youth!
yesterday at 15:00.
Get to know the amazing physics that governs our universe...and the math behind it.
Here's How to Teach Yourself Physics and Math
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yesterday at 15:25
Get hold of some GCSE and A level texts and read them. Teaching yourself this stuff isn't as difficult as it looks.
yesterday at 15:01
MIT courseware I'd recommend
Adam James Carter Aldous
yesterday at 18:30
Natasha, fancy getting your nerd on? 🤓😉
yesterday at 14:30.
Autonomous cars are coming, ready or not.
Get Ready for Self-Driving Cars to Hit the Road
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yesterday at 16:44
Seriously though it sad that you guys are such bad drivers that you need a computer to drive for you, 54 years driving now and not one accident. Crap a better go knock on some wood.
Todd B. Sirnk
yesterday at 18:07
Self driving cars will never be a thing unless the free market is set free and is used to build the infrastructure. If it's left to the government, it will be a huge flop and waste of money and resources.
yesterday at 19:14
Image if instead we invested in high speed trains and a better public transportation system. This would be completely useless. I would much rather have access to a few hour train ride across the country than have a car drive me to the supermarket.