today at 02:00.
Virtual reality has changed construction forever.
Building Designers Have a New Tool in Their Kit: HoloLens
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today at 02:04
Iron Man (and a few other movies) had this back in 2008-2009. Sci-Fi writers and movie directors can inspire generations for the future!
today at 02:21
I told true its not the brain..from my heart the button deep the ocian.
today at 02:11
Joey Brown I'm gonna need a design ..!
today at 01:00.
We're inching closer to fully understanding the universe.
Mysterious Radio Signals May Be 1 Billion Times More Energetic Than We Thought
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today at 01:32
The universe is as infinitely massive as it is amazing. The more we think we know, the more we realize what little we actually understand.
today at 02:16
Perhaps these pulses are coming from our Universe rubbing against a parallel Universe close by to ours ?
today at 01:51
Fully understanding? Don't think we're ever going to be able to do that.
And you can make more than most celebrities.
If You Want to Change the Future, Become a Software Engineer
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today at 00:22
that's a joke... not that I'm against the idea but an annual salary 125.000$ is nothing compared to millions athletes or celebs earn, their career might be short but once they have millions in the bank the can invest and enjoy living while a programmer has to work for 40 years, day by day burn his eyes on a monitor, trying to find the bugs etc etc.
today at 00:35
Doesn't this article contradict your "universal basic income" agenda? #nomoneynoincentive.
today at 01:17
This seems like a good article for all the people who are trying to decide between becoming a software engineer, or joining the NBA.
yesterday at 23:00.
Louisiana's Governor has declared a state of emergency to save the coast.
Rising Seas Swallow Louisiana Coast
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yesterday at 23:28
Louisiana is beautiful! Mangrove trees, countries in Asia are using them to keep their coastlines from eroding, I had heard it is working well
today at 01:37
Yes global warming is real. Consider though, most of Louisiana's coast is swampland, and was swampland before Humans tried to change it to regular land. Swampland and coastlines are not exactly stable things even without rising sea levels. Human engineering of 'land' that didnt naturally exist here, and building homes in unstable areas are the immediate problem.
yesterday at 23:29
Science denial coming home to roost :) Imagine how people living on islands feel as they slip beneath the waves a little more every year!
yesterday at 22:00.
This spaceplane could reset the 21st century's space race.
China's Hypersonic Spaceplane Could Be Available By 2030
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yesterday at 23:15
It's a cool idea, but really comes down to actually how much it would cost them to run up to LEO, and I don't see it being that much cheaper. Strap on some rocket boosters to an SR-71 and you now have the exact same concept. The problem comes when you realize the SR-71, along with the Space Shuttle, were both shut down for being way too expensive to operate.
yesterday at 22:42
hmm "made in china" probably it will explode or something...
yesterday at 22:11
Cuando los chinos digan, voy por ahí! Se le irán lejísimos a los EEUU
yesterday at 21:00.
We could one day grow an army of drones from chemical computers.
Scientists Look Into "Growing" Drones Using "Chemputer"
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yesterday at 22:32
So we get to the point where we are able to grow machines and the machines depicted are for war.
Human beings don't deserve this planet.
today at 01:45
Raymond Langdon so when is it that we start to consider the implications
yesterday at 21:14
So basicly a form of star treks replicator. Imagine the use for civil and military equipment.
yesterday at 20:00.
Its creators are already planning future versions.
This Eerie, Spider-Legged Robot Can Walk and Never Fall Over
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yesterday at 20:36
I'm normally supportive of robotic developments, but that is ridiculous. Boston Dynamics and MIT have already got self balancing robots with 2 or 4 legs and as soon as you get up to hexapods and octopods, you've pretty much got to write Inverse Kinematics algorithms to make them fall over!
yesterday at 21:18
It's a new approach but I think I can see why it's not been done before.
yesterday at 20:10
Stop preaching hate against robots, robophobic journalism should be condemed
yesterday at 19:00.
It's made from cadaver tissue.
Scientists Create First Artificial Vocal Cords, and This Is What They Sound Like
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yesterday at 19:40
Once agin the dark speech shall be heard and the great old ones shall come agin
Jackson O'neil Powell
yesterday at 19:36
So pretty much wealthy people in the future can pay to be able to sing like a superstar..hmmm
today at 02:08
No sound bite? I mean theres a sound in the background but how to know for sure if thats it?
yesterday at 18:00.
This artwork depicts the gorgeous complexity of the human brain.
Amazing Artwork Depicts Human Consciousness
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yesterday at 18:22
Their work is on display at the franklin institute in Philadelphia, it's incredible to see in person, I got to meet the artists and see how they made it, really cool experience
yesterday at 20:57
Anne Anninger You should tell Will, it's in Philadelphia!
Rochell Anthony Tice
yesterday at 18:02
They are BEAUTIFUL
yesterday at 17:30.
These 2D materials could help make quantum computers.
New Materials Conduct Electricity at the Speed of Light
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yesterday at 23:29
In traditional electronic circuitry, the speed of electrical signals is on average about 1,000,000 m/sec. These 2D materials will conduct electrical signals using DIRAC fermions at 300,000,000 m/sec ~ = C
yesterday at 23:07
Thats right sir,salute you awesome!!!
Ancient Cyborgs & Robots
yesterday at 17:41
299 792 458 m/s =ᕕ(˚▽˚)ᕗ
yesterday at 17:00.
Bioremediation systems could be the answer.
We Need to Address the Heavy Metals Polluting Our Water
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yesterday at 17:04
you need to address the people doing the polluting rather...and make them stop...start with Twittler.. you can find him in Florida on a Golfcourse..:(
yesterday at 17:03
Is that like saying -
We need to address the chemical warfare given to us every day.?
Cause it would be quite scary if another Nation decided to 'protect' us in the same way we 'protected' Syrian people from chemical attacks.
Many of the chemicals added to the water supply are deemed pretty bad by both CDC and WHO.
yesterday at 17:08
mushrooms will save us all -
[ Nlm.nih.gov Link ]
yesterday at 16:30.
This new tech can build in truly extreme environments.
In the Future, Humans May Live in 3D Printed Space Colonies
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yesterday at 16:32
I feel like I've been cloned and replaced on many 3D Printed Earths.
yesterday at 16:48
Raymond Langdon I was just talking about this
yesterday at 16:35
I so happy...have work.
yesterday at 16:00.
NASA has to make a difficult choice in the coming months.
The First People to Colonize the Solar System Will Risk Deadly, Cosmic Radiation
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yesterday at 16:08
who cares? You go down in history as the person to do that thing. Hundreds of thousands or even millions would be willing to take the risk just like back in the colonial days
Sean Phillips Meomonio
yesterday at 16:20
Two solutions: genetic engineering with gene editing and breeding to create radioactive resistance humans (or maybe human who use radioactivity as a power source)
we don't colonize the solar system. We use it for resources (particularly the asteroid belt) and we concentrate on interstellar colonization, terraforming suitable planets into Earth like worlds that will Shield us from cosmic radiation like the Earth does.
yesterday at 20:10
Despite the risks involved, Captain Reed Richards, Mission Specialists Susan Storm and Johnny Storm, and Pilot Ben Grimm all expressed full confidence in the shielding developed for their upcoming test flight.
yesterday at 15:27.
And it's custom tailored to each individual.
This 25-Pound Blanket is Scientifically Proven to Help Relieve Stress and Anxiety
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yesterday at 15:55
Sounds like an adult version of swaddling....no thank you....some of us would likely feel claustrophobic from something like this....not sure I believe the 'scientifically proven' study behind this....but I would be interested in seeing how this fairs in the marketplace....
yesterday at 17:11
An aunt made a quilt and gave it to my Mother one Summer and we all ended up calling it ,"the hate quilt." That thing was so heavy, my three year old cried because he couldn't move, once under the quilt. We all had a good laugh. That thing weighed about 30 pounds of pure hate.
yesterday at 19:48
Melanie, these are the blankets I was telling you about. I have a heavy blanket but not a weighted one, yet. I'm going to talk to a friend of mine on the island this summer about her making me one.
yesterday at 15:00.
We need to activate our resources so that we maximize their use.
The Activation of Everything Will Optimize Your Entire World
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yesterday at 15:13
Although a bit buzzword heavy, IMO this is an IDEA (most aren't, they're just reheated leftovers posing as an idea).
The roof plant / living wall thing--which is already a thing--mentions that it's not the ideal environment for most plants, which is where native plant biologists (a.k.a. botanist) come to the rescue. Native plants are ideally suited for surviving in local conditions (SURPRISE!!), especially ones well-adapted to soil-poor drought conditions.
yesterday at 15:42
Finally! An article that deals with beneficial aspects new technologies, not just ones used to control or kill people! Good job! :)
yesterday at 16:42
There are unlimited resources in the asteroid belts in space this is where we need to focus our attention, move industry to space where it wont pollute the planet
yesterday at 14:00.
Preparing for life on Mars might begin with changes here on Earth.
To Colonize Mars, Humans Need to Evolve
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Thomas R Kayondo
yesterday at 14:02
Yeah, capitalism is immoral, no more wars, no more racism, a one country planet...#TheVenusProject, a fresh new start
PS. All that being said, how are we dealing with the absence of a magnetic field
yesterday at 15:45
We are space's pioneering age & generations. The technological equivalent of Columbus's & Magellan's earliest voyages. Humans are the product of Earth. We are evolved for Earth. No matter where we go, it will never be a "perfect fit" then. We will defacto have to evolve, physically, morally, mentally, even "spiritually". That "evolution" will come about by need & will be greatly aided/enhanced by our exponentially growing technological powers..
David Hua Ken Cheng
yesterday at 15:47
Human will do just fine on Mars. Hundreds of thousands Ancient Civilisations had gone through much worse and extreme conditions here on Earth than on Mars. Human do not need to evolve. Human need to adapt. A couple of tweaks to the DNA is all there is needed.
yesterday at 13:30.
Cheaper alternatives are bringing an end to fossil fuels.
New Evidence Reveals Just How Fast Coal Use Is Declining in Europe
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yesterday at 14:11
Another fake story about green energy.
These stories only include energy in a section of the energy loop. Before for every 20 tons of coal, they all went to power the coal plant. Now, 15 buckets go to the coal plant and 10 million gallons of oil go to the solar cell plant along with the extraction of 100 tons of lithium mined by 12 year old slaves....but snowflakes tout how green energy is saving the world. Snake oil.
yesterday at 22:02
Cheap and plentiful Natural Gas and removal of expensive subsidies to renewables is sounding the death nell to Marxist-green fake science policies. Stay sceptical.
[ Heartland.org Link ]
yesterday at 13:36
capitalism at work. Cheaper and superior products replace an antiquated product.
yesterday at 13:00.
Google Earth's new feature brings the entire planet to life.
Google Unveils New Google Earth
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yesterday at 15:56
Next step, we upload the interiors of our homes, and begin production on fully immersive real life VR simulation games... Like neighborhood zombie outbreaks... Or apocalypse crisis games.
yesterday at 13:48
so it should be free. without us users and contributors they wouldn't have this feature right now. so yeah thanks everyone for partaking in something you didn't know what for until now.
yesterday at 13:52
I don't understand how people can complain about this; I bet you can design something much better but you just decide not to.
yesterday at 12:30.
The moon could be Earth 2.0.
China and Europe May Build A "Moon Village" in the 2020s
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yesterday at 12:41
Now ... after all we done for them, they wanna cut us out of their "moon village"?!?!?
I say f**k 'em.
I say the USA, the only country on this miserable mudball who have ever put footprints on another celestrial body, claim the Moon as our own soveriegn territory and bomb back to the Stone Age any other mother-grubber who so much as lauches a BOTTLE ROCKET towards our little, round 51st state!!
yesterday at 13:35
....as long as somebody does it.
I wish it would be the US but I guess not.
Maybe it will stir up some old fashioned healthy peaceful moon-landing type nationalism.
yesterday at 16:44
Extra weight & Less weight should be carefully calculated as too much weight added or removed could cause the moon to drift away from the earth or cause it to crash into the earth, it a very bad situation either way!
yesterday at 11:00.
These comparisons will blow your mind.
Size Comparisons of the Largest Objects in the Known Universe
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yesterday at 11:49
All galaxies have a black hole in their centers so that's why exist otherwise stars would spread all around the universe. Obviously those monsters after trillions upon trillions of years they will swallow everything and each other causing the Big Crunch, back to the beginning, where a new Big Bang will occur and a new universe will be born again.
yesterday at 11:42
This is excellent! I think you should add Laniakea into the mix.
yesterday at 11:43
we are less than nothing...