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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #90 on: July 23, 2017, 07:01:40 pm »


Genetically Engineered Yeast Soak Up Heavy Metal Pollution [but what eats the GMO yeast?]

Wearable electronics

3D-printed Int-Ball is a robotic camera drone floating in the ISS

US government seeking to create shape-changing robots for humans to wear

Censorship and tyranny over the mind: The failure of peer-review

Cell phones are about to become more powerful than you could imagine

Watch Su-35 Russian fighter jet's stunning flight maneuvers at MAKS 2017 (VIDEO)

Ultra-high-contrast digital sensing

Team develops fast, cheap method to make supercapacitor electrodes for electric cars, high-powered lasers

Japanese engineers develop headset-less VR system

Robot can inspect water or gas pipes from the inside to find leaks long before they become catastrophic

Making lab equipment on the cheap [3D printed]

Swimming robot probes Fukushima reactor to find melted fuel

Strengthening 3-D printed parts for real-world use

3-D printing sweeps toy manufacturing off the shelves

Telescope design promises to revolutionize amateur astronomy


Scientists Store Film Clip in DNA

Robotic landers could start mining the moon as early as 2020

NASA's Van Allen Probes mission analyzing eerie whistling sounds coming from space

Mismanagement, not 'climate change', caused Adelaide summer blackouts

Scientists tune in to 'peculiar' radio signals from a star 11 light-years away

Space experts baffled during House testimony after Dana Rohrabacher asks if civilizations lived on Mars

SpaceX ending development of propulsive landings for Dragon spacecraft missions to Mars over safety concerns

California scientists catch glimpse of hypothesized self-annihilating particle for first time

Study suggests Mars volcano went dormant around same time dinosaurs went extinct [about 5,000 years ago]

The Sun might be slowing its magnetic activity

Uranus May Have Odd, Strobe-Like Magnetic Field

There’s Growing Evidence That Pluto’s Largest Moon Had a Massive Ocean

Basic Assumptions of Physics Might Require the Future to Influence the Past

Ancient, massive asteroid impact could explain Martian geological mysteries

NASA reveals a mysterious ‘energy trap’ at the center of our galaxy

New breakthrough discovery—every quantum particle travels backwards

Astronomers measure detailed chemical abundances of 158 stars in a nearby dwarf galaxy

NASA Neutron star [pulsar] mission begins science operations

Evidence of impacts that structured the Milky Way galaxy

New research opens the way to understand life on Mars through meteorites

Scientists get best measure of star-forming material in galaxy clusters in early universe

New ways developed to see the formation of stars in the Milky Way

Superluminous supernova marks the death of a star at cosmic high noon

Ancient City of Mohenjo Daro

Sea cave preserves 5,000-year snapshot of tsunamis

Did human women contribute to Neanderthal genomes over 200,000 years ago?

Dog domestication happened just once, ancient DNA study suggests

Australian dig finds evidence of Aboriginal habitation up to 80,000 years ago

T Rex could not have outrun a speedy human, scientists conclude

The Solution to the 5,500-year-old Mesopotamian Clay Ball Enigma

Tutankhamun’s Scarab Brooch Was Born of a 28-Million-Year Old Comet Strike

Genetic study reveals ancestry of Madagascar people


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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #91 on: July 30, 2017, 02:55:17 pm »


Marine biofilms and anti-fouling coatings to stop marine growth on ship hulls

This New electrode design Could Let Phones And Electric Cars Charge in Seconds

Energy-harvesting bracelet could power wearable electronics

A robot delivered my dinner from a restaurant to my home

World gears up for electric cars despite bumps in road

Researchers seek to improve solar cell technology using new materials and nanowires


Big, Dangerous Comets Are More Common Than Previously Thought

Could spraying particles into marine clouds help cool the planet? [Yeah, we need another ice age]

Spectacular CME blasts from the farside of the sun

Ocean of water beneath moon's surface could help create human colony

Is a cyclic cosmology lurking in LIGO gravitational-wave detector noise?

Secretive Saturn: New Cassini data upends existing theories

New comet, Nova in Scutum constellation

Scientific expedition to unlock secrets of 'lost continent' Zealandia

Study shows [fantasy] quantum tunneling takes time

CubeSats (miniature spacecraft) Swarm Earth Orbit

Scientists observe gravitational anomaly on Earth

Lawbreaking Particles May Point to a Previously Unknown Force in the Universe

‘Angel particle’ which is both matter and anti-matter discovered

Are Mars’ Trojan Asteroids Pieces of the Red Planet?

More hints of Martian hot springs

Yes, ancient civilizations on Mars sound crazy; And yet…

Did A Solar-System-Wide Cataclysm Erase Evidence of a Prior Space-Faring Species?

Billions of Rogue Planets without a Home

Big Hole in the Sun Not a Good Thing

United Nations must step in to protect the moon

Smallest satellite ever paves way for planned interstellar fleet

Up to half of the matter in our Milky Way galaxy may come from distant galaxies

Building blocks of life on Saturn’s moon Titan

Life evolves adaptions to microgravity

Astronomers have discovered three different populations of baby stars within the Orion Nebula Cluster

Gravitational dance between two galaxies in our local neighbourhood

Astrophysicists map out the light energy contained within the Milky Way

Scientists unveil new 3-D view of galaxies

We may have cracked the mystery of Stonehenge

Excavations in Turkey’s southeast reveal 10,000-year-old belief in afterlife

Strange Siberian Mummies Found Bound in Copper

Identifying major transitions in human cultural evolution

300 million-year-old ‘modern’ beetle from Australia causing astonishment

The goldsmith’s tomb in Ancient Egypt

Study disproves the Bible’s suggestion that the ancient Canaanites were wiped out

The Maya Controversy: Startling New Evidence for an Antediluvian People who Influenced the World
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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #92 on: August 06, 2017, 09:21:56 pm »


Five technologies that could shape the future
1. Smart homes
2. Virtual secretaries
3. AI doctors
4. Care robots
5. Flying warehouses and self-driving cars

Transhumanism Tech

Something new to be paranoid about: Tiny camera disguised as a screw

100x faster, 10x cheaper: 3D metal printing is about to go mainstream

Can Ford fix New York City’s transportation crisis with a crowdsourced shuttle bus?

Making clothes from milk

Hyperloop startup says superfast rail a reality

World's largest floating solar farm in China

Moscow's futuristic bridge


Chinese government finds hundreds of researchers guilty of engaging in peer-review fraud scam

Project to clone extinct woolly mammoth

New images from Alaska's seafloor suggest high tsunami danger

As we approach solar minimum, cosmic ray flux continues upward trend

Keck telescope twilight observations reveal huge storm on Neptune

Five years on Mars: NASA releases time lapse of Curiosity driving

A new theory in the ball lightning mystery

Why humans find faulty robots more likeable

Evidence mounts for an ocean on early Venus

Sun’s core rotates four times faster than its surface

Clues emerge in mystery of flickering quasars

The Man Finding Stardust on Earth

Hubble detects exoplanet with glowing water atmosphere

First Spectral Fingerprints of Antimatter

New Clues to Universe’s Structure

Quasars may answer how starburst galaxies were extinguished

The outer galaxy

Astronomers discover 'heavy metal' supernova

Gallium in lunar samples explains loss of moon's easily vaporized elements

Chandra observations provide insights about young stellar cluster NGC 3293

New clue to solving the mystery of the Sun's hot atmosphere

New work offers fresh evidence supporting the supernova shock wave theory of our Solar System's origin

Astronomers identify oldest known asteroid family

540 million [or 4,000] year old jellyfish fossils in Death Valley

Geologists offer new clues to cause of world’s greatest extinction [4,000 BP]

Dinosaur-era plant found alive in North America

The Hall of Records, Resurrected: Researchers Say the Great Sphinx is Older Than Believed – and it ‘Guards’ a Hidden Chamber

46 Prehistoric Sites with Paleolakes Discovered in ‘Green Arabia’

World’s oldest known stone bracelet: 70,000[or 4,000]-year-old bangle suggests our ancestors were far more sophisticated than thought

Animal Images In Prehistoric Rock Art

Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic History Of Early Civilizations

Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh May Be the 1st Known ‘Giant’

Compelling Argument for Lost High Technology in Ancient Egypt
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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #93 on: August 13, 2017, 10:14:45 pm »


Making seawater into drinking water with the help of the sun

Scientists Have Created a Synthetic Spider Silk That is Stronger Than Steel

Hydrogen Fuel Could Become a Viable Energy Alternative Thanks to This Aluminium Alloy

How Drones Are Changing Our World

Amazon planning fleets of mobile drone facilities on trains, vehicles, boats

Star Trek's tricorder coming to the market soon

Indian scientists devise a way to extract silver from rice bran

Newest map of universe suggests that nonexistent dark energy may one day tear us apart [Bring it on]

How acoustics can be an early warning system for bridges

Enabling computers to mine databases of patents, inventions and research papers

The Mars Colony of the Future Could Be Powered by This Advanced Microgrid


Secret Room Discovered inside Great Pyramid by Archaeologists Armed With Lasers

Auroras may explain an anomaly in Earth's ionosphere, the Weddell Sea Anomaly

So-called Scientists say 100 million black holes are peppered throughout Milky Way

Chinese study finds 20th century warm periods are not unprecedented during the last 2,000 years

Asteroid will shave past Earth inside Moon's orbit this October

New study of archaic DNA may rewrite story of human evolution

Scientists predict 100ft asteroid slated to pass by Earth will burn up in the atmosphere - They hope

Chinese museum breeds the world's longest stick insect

Chimps have the mentation of a 4 y.o. child

Earth's largest volcanic region two kilometres below Antarctic ice sheet

NASA will wake up New Horizons spacecraft, voyage into mysterious Third Zone - Kuiper Belt

De-jargonizing program helps decode science speak

Artificial Atoms Can Quickly Self-Assemble

Mars’s surface hosts millions of towering dust devils every day

Two potentially habitable ‘super Earths’ are spotted orbiting a sun-like star that is so close to our planet it can be seen with the naked eye

Moon’s magnetic field lasted twice as long as we thought

Scientists closer to explaining why matter persists over antimatter

Chaco Canyon petroglyph may represent ancient total eclipse [or Saturn?]

Comet Responsible for Perseids Could Wipe Out Humanity 2,400 Years From Now

Magnetic fields in massive star formation cores

Massive multiple star system found

Why massive galaxies spin more slowly than their lighter neighbours

Galactic winds push researchers to probe galaxies at unprecedented scale

A starburst with the prospect of gravitational waves

NASA watches the Sun put a stop to its own eruption

Ancient warrior unearthed marching to afterlife

Remains of at least two Late Bronze Age initiation ceremonies

Modern domestic dog has a single geographic origin in Germany

Discovery of biggest dinosaur ever 122 feet long unearthed in Argentina

A loss of oxygen in global ocean seawater xxx years ago led to a mass extinction of marine life

Early humans may have seen a supervolcano explosion up close

Europe’s Early Homo sapiens Ate Mammoth Meat and Plants

Were Modern Humans in Indonesia 73,000 Years Ago?

Faerie Forts and Ringforts in Ireland
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