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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #75 on: April 16, 2017, 11:39:57 pm »


New method for 3-D printing extraterrestrial materials

Artificial biofilm increases energy production in microbial fuel cells

Researchers capture excess photon energy to produce solar fuels

Pot Breathalyzer Hits the Street

How I Made My Own iPhone -in China

SpaceX to launch VR camera into space, bringing the astronaut experience to all

Tesla and Panasonic Introduce Sleeker Solar Panels

Could Moon Miners Use Railguns to Launch Ore into Space?

Üo -innovative 360° scooter that rides on a ball

DIY Lego Robot Brings Lab Automation to Students



Ancient Village Discovered on Canada's West Coast Predates the Pyramids

A Swelling Volume Of Scientific Papers Now Forecasting Global Cooling In The Coming  Decades

MAVEN has spotted iron, magnesium and sodium ions high up in Mars' atmosphere

Physicists Discover an Unexpected Force Acting on Nanoparticles in a Vacuum

Five reasons blog posts are of higher scientific quality than journal articles

'Great Cold Spot' discovered in Jupiter's atmosphere

NASA's Hubble sees intense auroras on Uranus

Stars: Electrically connected and externally powered (video)

Saturn's moon Enceladus may support alien life

For first time ever, astronomers image black something using observatories on three continents to form telescope array

UAE launches space program to boost colonization of Mars by 2021

Asteroid as big as the Rock of Gibraltar to streak past earth on April 19

Possible joint Russia-US mission to Venus takes shape

Satellite galaxies at edge of Milky Way coexist with dark electrical matter

Scientists Are Getting Closer to Understanding Where All the Antimatter Has Gone

Eruptions on the sun trigger surprising phenomenon near Earth

The Surface of Saturn’s Titan is Electrically Charged

New Evidence Shows We Might Have Gotten Cosmic Evolution Entirely Wrong

Is Matter Conscious? Why the central problem in neuroscience is mirrored in physics
[Nothing can exist outside of consciousness]

Astronomers identify purest, most massive brown dwarf

Astronomers take a closer look at a young circumbinary disk

Scientists measure brightness of the universe with NASA's New Horizons spacecraft

Project brings Milky Way's ionized hydrogen into focus

Researchers capture first 'image' of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

Scientists Still Don’t Know Where Did Chief Joseph Get His Mesopotamian Tablet?

Mimicking an impact on Earth’s early atmosphere yields all 4 RNA bases

3,700-year-old pyramid discovered near Cairo was probably already excavated 60 years ago

Bushmen Painted Earliest Rock Art in Southern Africa 5,000 Years Ago


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« Reply #76 on: April 18, 2017, 11:51:26 pm »

TECH UPDATE (Continued from Sunday)

Drones Built Like Squishy Bugs Won't Break When They Crash

This Ball-Balancing Segway Clone Uses Physics to Safely Scoot You Around

Best New Gadgets

World's Blackest Material Now Comes in a Spray Can

Hoverboarder Over Atlantic Ocean

210 Mph! Electric Plane Beats Speed Record

Real Flying Car Will Be Available for Preorder This Year


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« Reply #77 on: April 23, 2017, 10:43:38 pm »


Find info on both new and used cars, car reviews, industry news, auto shows, local car dealerships, glossary of terms, and savvy auto advice

Scientists have invented a dryer that can dry clothes in half the time without heat

New infrared-emitting device could allow energy harvesting from waste heat

Proposal for Trump’s border ‘wall’ that’s actually a $15 billion hyperloop

Researchers link robots into surveillance teams

Computers Create Recipe for Two New Magnetic Materials

New Window Screens Filter Pollution from Air

Scientific advance for cool clothing

By listening to optical ‘noise,’ researchers discover new way to track hidden objects

Handheld translator

Mobile sensing system could give couples the power to anticipate each other's emotional states, adapt behavior

Dark secret of AI technology is No one knows how it works

'Flying car' nails vertical take-off


Universe's highest electric current found in cosmic jet 2bn light yrs away (Old News)

Physicists Say They’ve Created a Fluid With ‘Negative Mass’; it moves opposite the way it's pushed

"Heavily eroded" Mars mesa landform surrounded by wild-looking sand dunes and a sea of puzzling secondary craters

Mega-fracking using massive volumes of water triggered earthquake swarms in British Columbia

Rare type Ia supernova

Dramatic landslides on Ceres

Earth [shadow-side] from a billion miles away

New atmospheric phenomenon discovered by SWARM satellites

Sun’s[?] UV Light Helped Spark Life

First ‘image’ of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

When the Sun Turns Off the Lights

Saturn’s Bizarre ‘UFO Moons’

Mysterious ‘Sterile’ Neutrinos May Not Exist

There’s still a lot we don’t know about the proton

Forget About Terraforming Mars. Here’s Why

‘Gibraltar-sized’ space rock passes Earth

Supermassive black hole thingies found in two tiny galaxies

First clear image made of accretion disk surrounding young star

New look at 2004's martian hole-in-one site

Bushmen Painted Earliest Rock Art in Southern Africa 5,000 Years Ago

The terrifying tsunami that devastated Britain 8,000 years ago

For two billion years Earth was very different: oxygen was scarce, microbial life ruled, and the sun was much dimmer [as Saturn?]

Megafaunal extinctions driven by too much moisture

Archaeologists Discover 38,000-Year-Old Animal Art

Mummies discovered in ancient tomb near Egypt’s Luxor

World’s largest collection of rock art at risk

Ancient stone carvings confirm how comet struck Earth in 10,950BC, sparking the rise of civilisations


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« Reply #78 on: April 30, 2017, 09:31:38 pm »


Rechargeable batteries made from recycled glass bottles store four times more energy than traditional ones

Researchers Produce High-Quality Ink from Air Pollution

Cheaper, longer-lasting roads made with recycled plastic

Researchers invent process to make sustainable rubber, plastics

Solar cell design with over 50% energy-conversion efficiency

British inventor takes flight in 'Iron Man' suit

Robotic dog

'Cassini' captures 'closest look ever' at Saturn

US Marines test 'HyperSub,' machine-gun toting robots and more

Waymo trials free self-driving taxi service in Phoenix

3D-printed titanium parts could save Boeing up to $3 million per plane


New study claims Göbleki Tepe may have been used to record meteor impacts, including Younger Dryas Event in 10890 BC

32,000[more like 4,000]-Year-Old Plant Brought Back to Life—Oldest Yet

US Temperature Data Tampering – Worse Than It Seems

Radiocarbon dating gets a postmodern makeover

Revolutionary method reveals impact of short circuits on battery safety

How Little Ice Age displaced the tropical rain belt

New interactive WA map shows the world hidden beneath the surface

A caterpillar that eats plastic

DNA left in cave soils can reveal ancient human occupants

Unprecedented rise in noctilucent clouds, caused by meteor dust

Ancient stone pillars offer clues of comet strike that changed human history

Cassini, Voyager missions suggest new picture of Sun's interaction with galaxy

Astronomers detect dozens of new quasars and galaxies

'Rejuvenating' pulsar in a neighboring galaxy

'Ageless' silicon throughout Milky Way may indicate a well-mixed galaxy

Sun's eruptions might all have same trigger

First measurements of small-scale ripples in primeval hydrogen gas using rare double quasars

Iranian Sandstorm Uncovers Ancient Lost City maybe from 4,000BC

Ötzi the Iceman froze to death
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« Reply #79 on: May 07, 2017, 07:07:21 pm »


New chip under development at UTSA extends battery life of electronics

Smart machines to recover lost memories

Closer to a “Hydrogen Economy”

A robot that picks apples

Researchers find more efficient way to make oil from dead trees

'Smart' denim promises touchscreen tech clothes

First test flight of stratospheric solar plane

Shape-changing fog screen invented

First-ever 'moon' bricks for 3D printed lunar colony

Microsoft to progress beyond mobile to mixed reality future where smartphones are dead

Newest secret US spacecraft returns to Earth


Data Analyses Show Rapid Global Surface Cooling, Growing Arctic Ice Thickness

Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria

China to launch own encyclopaedia to rival Wikipedia

Could there be remnants of ancient civilizations in our solar system?

Scientists find vast wave of hot gas rolling through the Perseus galaxy cluster

Cassini captures eerie noise between Saturn's rings

'Cassini' captures Saturn 'movie' in first Grand Finale dive

Scientists measure the mysterious force that makes crystals align

New study suggests meteor showers sparked volcanic eruptions

Stunning Mars 360 video captures mountains, craters and 'beaches' on Red Planet

Huge impact crater discovered near the Falklands Islands

Alarming decrease in oceans' dissolved oxygen level

Massive void in space where no cosmic microwave background radiation is found

‘Dragonfly’ Drone Could Explore Saturn Moon Titan

Microbe Colonies That Grow in Space

Shocked gas in galaxy collisions

Astrophysicists discover a star polluted by calcium

VISTA peeks through the Small Magellanic Cloud's dusty veil

Can the 35,600-[sic]-year-old Art of Altamira Cave be both Witnessed and Preserved?

Mastodon Bone Findings Could Upend Our Understanding of Human History

The Origins of an Ancient Fairy Tale

Egypt: 4,000-year-old funerary garden at tomb entrance


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« Reply #80 on: May 14, 2017, 08:29:18 pm »


Vector successfully launches its micro-satellite with a 3D-printed part

Made In Space reveals the Archinaut, a robot-operated factory in the sky

China’s Surprising Solutions to Clear Killer Air

New technology generates power from polluted air

Every Single Car Sold In India Will Be Electric By 2030

Holographic analysis of Wi-Fi data generates 3-D images of the vicinity

Technology that claims to spot criminals Before they act

Scientists discover massive landforms under Antarctic ice sheet

Proximity of supernovas may cause mass extinctions

Russian system able to pinpoint the location of enemy artillery less than five seconds after firing

Physical keyboards make virtual reality typing easier

Researchers create touchpads with a can of spray paint

Installing solar to combat national security risks in the power grid

Dutch open 'world's largest offshore' wind farm

Experiments show that a few self-driving cars can dramatically improve traffic flow


CERN points giant magnet at the Sun to look for dark matter particles

Museums are turning to virtual reality, apps, and interactive experiences

NASA footage captures sun shooting giant strands of plasma (VIDEO)

What lightning does to rock quantified

Death by asteroid may come in unexpected ways - from gusting winds and shock waves

Mathematics does not rule out 2 dimensions of time

GOES-16 weather satellite captures lightning activity across U.S.

Stephen Hawking among 33 scientists on offensive against critics of popular universe origin inflation theory

Ancient Mars impacts created tornado-like winds that scoured surface

Physicists have ability to control charged molecules with quantum logic

'Feathery' gas clouds swirl over Saturn's moon Titan

Scientists say dinosaurs would've survived if the asteroid struck just seconds later
(Actually, large dinosaurs would have died anyway, because Earth lost atmosphere from the impacts that made large animals partly buoyant. See e.g. Ted Holden's data.)

New research finds mega-quakes can cause Earth's crust to rip open and snap shut

Melting moons could support liveable atmospheres for aeons

Sun’s eruptions might all have same trigger

Oxygen on comet 67P might not be ancient after all

Does Jupiter Have a Solid Core?

Galactic winds slow new star formation

When a brown dwarf is actually a planetary mass object

'Planetary stethoscope' could determine what lies in Europa's global ocean

Waves of lava seen in Io's largest volcanic crater

Scientists investigate debris disk in a nearby planetary system

Latest fast radio burst adds to mystery of their source

Mapping the magnetic bridge between our nearest galactic neighbours

Earth was barren, flat and almost entirely under water 4.4 billion years ago

How the Bantu people surged across two-thirds of Africa

The Lost Iberian Civilization of Los Millares: Was Copper the Secret of its Success?

Ancient Babylonian Tablet Provides Compelling Evidence that the Tower of Babel did Exist

Tomb Drawing Shows Mongoose on a Leash, Puzzling Archaeologists

17,000-Year-Old Sacred Site – Believed to be Gateway to the Underworld – Is Vandalized

Dragon and griffin megaliths ‘dating back 12,000 years to end of Ice Age, or earlier’

Egypt ‘uncovers burial chamber of pharaoh’s daughter’
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« Reply #81 on: May 21, 2017, 10:15:26 pm »


West Virginia seeks future—without coal

Future of farming? Driverless tractors and drones attempt to grow crops without humans

New method can selectively remove micropollutants from water

Terahertz spectroscopy—the new tool to detect art fraud

The Pacific Ocean Is One Step Closer to Being Almost Totally Debris-Free in five years

China extract 'combustible ice' from the seafloor of the South China Sea

3-D-printed, soft, four legged robot can walk on sand and stone

Self-ventilating workout suit keeps athletes etc cool and dry

How a Helicopter Drone Could Fly on Mars

Plasma jet engines that could take you from the ground to space

Mining the moon for rocket fuel to get us to Mars


Hydrogen Bonds Have Been Directly Detected For The First Time

Algorithm Summarizes Lengthy Text Surprisingly Well

Never-before-seen lava waves on Jupiter's volcanic moon Io

Mysterious flashes of light reflecting off Earth

Comets helped build Earth's atmosphere

Magnetic field detected between magellanic clouds

Astronomers Observe Rare Blank Sun, Warn of Solar Minimum

Newest Cosmic Radio Burst Has Stumped Scientists

Comet 67P Found to Be Producing Its Own Oxygen in Deep Space

Finding Alien Megastructures Around Nearby Pulsars

Mars May Have Been Born in the Asteroid Belt

Two Independent Teams Find Hints of Dark Matter in Space Station Data

Forget Mars—let’s go colonize Titan!

Peering into the heart of planet formation

Movie shows Ceres at opposition from sun

FADO—a ground-breaking tool to reconstruct the history of galaxies

Brown dwarf launches a parsec-scale jet

NASA mission uncovers a dance of electrons in space

ALMA eyes icy ring around young planetary system

Titan's landscape resembles that of Mars, not Earth

40,000-year-old bracelet made by extinct human species found

Ancient-genome study finds Bronze Age ‘Beaker culture’ invaded Britain

Rhinocolura, The City Of Noseless Criminals

Saving Pakistan’s lost city of Mohenjo Daro


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« Reply #82 on: May 28, 2017, 09:23:02 pm »


Google’s New AI Is Better at Creating AI Than the Company’s Engineers

Scientists construct a stable one-dimensional metallic material

A flag into a loudspeaker

Watch this AI drone teach itself how to fly through trial and error

Technology allows shoppers to pay with their faces

Wi-Fi: Photographing people through walls

Augmented reality headsets

Cryptocurrencies could end with a bust, but blockchain technology is here to stay

Chinese online retailer developing one-ton delivery drones

Fighting forgery with paper fingerprints

ALMA provides first complete image of Fomalhaut's debris disk

Martian Sky 'Went Metal' After Meteor Strikes

Thunderbolts Space News: Electric meteors becoming accepted science

Researchers discover extra layer of tectonic plates within Earth's mantle

Volcanic ash from ancient Far East Russia eruption found in Norway - over 3,000 miles away

Events are predicted by the human brain seconds before they happen

Five asteroids will cruise by Earth in the next year, and one is coming very close

Asteroids which could wipe out an entire continent are hidden by the Taurid meteor shower

A giant star named N6946-BH1, which American astronomers have observed for several years, has suddenly disappeared

NASA's Jupiter mission reveals 'brand-new and unexpected' discoveries

17-Year cicadas emerging 4 years early [due to sunspot minimum?]

How hard did it rain on Mars?

Humans Accidentally Made a Space Cocoon For Ourselves Out of Radio Waves

Stars can start shining at a smaller mass than we thought

‘Saddle-shaped’ universe could undermine general relativity

Weird energy beam seems to travel five times the speed of light [probably due to overestimating galactic distances]

Scientists solve mystery of how most antimatter in the Milky Way forms

Tidal tails detected around a distant globular cluster

New planetary object called a "synestia," a huge, spinning, donut-shaped mass of hot, vaporized rock [probably Charles Chandler's Natural Tokamaks, plasma rings]

Binary star composed of two brown dwarfs discovered by microlensing

Largest-ever simulations help uncover the history of the galaxy

Confused by spin, Mars probe failed to brake

Discovered: Fast-growing galaxies from early universe

'Tiny clocks' crystallize understanding of meteorite crashes

Ordovician Mass Extinction May Have Been Triggered by Volcanic Eruptions

Life in the Precambrian may have been much livelier than previously thought

Tool sharpens focus on Stone Age networking in the Middle East

The Everlasting Shoe: What Does This 5,500-Year-old Shoe Found in a Cave Tell Us About Ancient Armenians?

Sacred burial site uncovered in Shrewsbury is over 4,000 years old

Did Dutch hordes kill off the early Britons who started Stonehenge?


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« Reply #83 on: June 04, 2017, 10:04:50 pm »


Europe's first 'eTree' puts down roots in central France

Air Force cadet creates bulletproof breakthrough

World’s Largest Helium Aircraft Completes Successful Test Flight

A New Power Plant Burns Fossil Fuels Without Any Carbon Emissions

Forget wind turbines: Giant kites flying 300 metres in the air will power more than 5,000 British homes

Harnessing the energy generated when freshwater meets saltwater

RoboCop Will Start Patrolling In Dubai

You Could Be Storing Data in Your DNA in the Next 10 Years

Dutch testing tube unveiled for Hyperloop transport system

Toyota making 'flying car,' luxury boat


Terrain near the south pole of Mars

Quantum tractor beam could tug atoms, molecules

How Far Away is Fusion? Unlocking the Power of the Sun

Researchers develop magnetic switch to turn on and off a strange quantum property

French school is using facial recognition to find out when students aren’t paying attention [for electroshock treatment or Ritalin?]

New impact flash seen on Jupiter

Methane leaks may lead to cooling instead of warming

NASA to release artificial clouds in the sky above Maryland coast

Asteroid strike may have 'tipped axis' of Saturn's moon Enceladus

Mini black hole created in laboratory by world's most powerful X-ray laser

Meteor may have caused unexplained boom that shook Athens

Hundreds of giant ocean bed craters produced by explosive methane seeps

Neuroscientists rewire brain of one species to another

LIGO detects gravitational waves a third time

Construction begins on world’s largest telescope in Chilean desert

‘Halos’ discovered on Mars widen time frame for potential life

‘Extraordinarily Bright’ Mystery Object Spotted in Galaxy Cygnus A

NASA team takes on a new optical challenge—the Lyman Alpha Limit

Giant ringed planet likely cause of mysterious stellar eclipses

Could cold spot in the sky be a bruise from a collision with a parallel universe?

NASA to launch first-ever neutron-star mission

Rover findings indicate stratified lake on ancient Mars

Citizen scientists uncover a cold new world near sun [brown dwarf]

Busting myths of human origin

Genomics tracks migration from lost empires to modern cities

Noah’s Ark discovered? Researchers ‘99.9 per cent certain’ of astonishing Biblical find

Scientists decide to bury 5,000-year-old lost city in Pakistan

Could Ancient Greek Myths Hint at Contact With South America?

Groundbreaking discovery of early civilization in ancient Peru

Archaeologists Uncover Evidence of Luxurious Lifestyle 5,000 Years Ago in Turkey

New Ancient Henge Found in England, This Time with Corpses
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« Reply #84 on: June 11, 2017, 05:06:21 pm »


Coal as 'Clean' as Natural Gas?

Bacteria may supercharge the future of wastewater treatment

Dutch households will use computers waste heat to heat their showers for free

All Dutch trains now run on 100% wind power

Nanoparticles That Can Communicate With Each Other

Low cost, scalable water splitting fuels the future hydrogen economy

Plasmonics could bring desalination tech

US Air Force announces SpaceX to launch mysterious X-37B 'spaceplane'

Pilotless commercial jetliners coming soon

Turn car plastics into foam with coconut oil [a waste of nutritious oil]

Czech 'GyroDrive' beats flying cars for hybrid licence

Autonomous cars (no human backup) may hit the road next year

Inflatable space habitat

Are Aliens Communicating with Neutrino Beams?


Milky Way Galaxy Resides in Enormous Cosmic Void [in an fantasy expanding universe]

New Comet: C/2017 K4 (ATLAS)

Earth is impacted by meteors often

Mysterious deep hole on Mars

Two new moons discovered around Jupiter, bring total to 69

Threat of asteroid collision on Earth higher than previously thought

Mathematically-based model for a viable time machine

100 million-year-old amber holds tiny feathered chick [in 4,000 year old strata?]

Concept could sustainably meet human resource needs of 'full Earth'

Strange Blackbody Force That Can Both Pull and Push Objects

Huge impact could have smashed early Earth into a doughnut shape

Our galaxy produces 9 trillion kilograms of antimatter a second—how?

Mars Gale Crater Once Had Drinkable Water

Tabby’s Star: a Gigantic Planet or a Planet With Rings

Strange cosmic radio burst pinned down to giant stellar nursery [Charles Chandler said Gamma Ray Bursters & Supernovas Occur during Star Birth]

Looking for Alien Megastructures

The ‘chirp’ of gravitational waves passing through Earth

Study estimates amount of water needed to carve Martian valleys

Past ‘Water Worlds’ of Venus & Mars

ALMA returns to boomerang nebula: Companion star provides chilling power of 'coldest object in the universe'

Mini-flares potentially jeopardize habitability of planets circling red dwarf stars

Meteorites from Moon and Mars show uneven pressures of formation

New confirmation of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity

The largest virtual universe ever simulated

Hubble applauds waltzing brown dwarfs

Failed star orbits a dead star every 71 minutes

Jurassic Park will never exist

Mummy DNA shows that ancients most closely related to people of Israel, Lebanon, and Syria

Subterranean World of Ancient Turkey: Hittites?

Evidence of 4,000-year-old trading post uncovered on Sir Bani Yas Island

Artifacts of ancient Americans show civilization more advanced than thought

For 4,500 years, Stone Age humans returned to this mysterious cave

Remnants of Mother Language from the Last Ice Age

Earliest directly dated rock paintings from southern Africa

5,000 Years of Native American Moundbuilding


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« Reply #85 on: June 18, 2017, 02:15:31 pm »


Robots will be more useful if they are made to lack confidence

‘Miracle material’ to end cracked smart devices

Self-Replicating 3D Printers Could Build Moon Bases

After a cardiac arrest, the fastest way to send help is on a flying drone

The Pentagon's new 'kinetic energy projectile' weapon is essentially a weaponized meteor strike

Michelin's concept airless tire comes wrapped in 'rechargeable' 3D-printed treads

Securing the world's longest floating bridge against strong wind

Scientists use simple materials to create semi-soft robots

Breakthrough technology makes batteries safe and sustainable

Clean energy stored in electric vehicles to power buildings

Wireless charging of moving electric vehicles overcomes major hurdle

'Magic' alloy could spur next generation of solar cells

Electrolytes made from liquefied gas enable batteries to run at ultra-low temperatures

Batteries that "drink" seawater could power long-range underwater vehicles [to attack us?]

Company wants to recycle used rockets into deep-space habitats



Clouds of Alcohol in Space

Reduce fear of death using virtual reality to induce an out-of-body experience

Particle Accelerators to View Fossil Poop

To unearth 'eighth wonder of the world' in New Zealand

Signs of past mega-quakes show wide-ranging implications of major rupture on California's San Andreas fault

Signal from 1977 was generated by a comet

Our sun probably has an evil twin called Nemesis [I doubt it]

Electric Jupiter and its many surprises

Deep-space travel, colonization may rely on genetically engineered life forms [No, stars are closer than they think]

Planet is ‘hotter than most stars’

Life might have a shot on planets orbiting dim red stars

Earth Could Face A Grave Asteroid Threat This Autumn

The mystery xenon in Earth’s atmosphere came from icy comets

Starting a private nation in space

Extended hard X-ray emission from a galactic nucleus

NASA finds evidence of diverse environments in Curiosity samples on Mars

Galaxy alignments traced back ten billion years

VLA gives new insight into galaxy cluster's spectacular 'mini-halo'

Tides [electric tides] could be source of heat on icy moons

Chaotically magnetized cloud is no place to build a star, or is it?

Astronomers see mysterious nitrogen area in a butterfly-shaped star formation disk

MAVEN's top 10 discoveries at Mars

4,000–year-old Mesopotamian city discovered in Kurdistan

Were Africans the ‘first Americans’?

Did children build the ancient Egyptian city of Amarna?

Scientists discover evidence in the Falklands of the asteroid which caused extinction on Earth 250 million years ago [actually under 5,000 years ago]

Toys and Civilization


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« Reply #86 on: June 25, 2017, 10:44:25 pm »


Researchers create a high-temperature device that produces electricity from industrial waste heat

Making hydrogen fuel from humid air

New form of carbon that’s hard as a rock, yet elastic, like rubber

Scientists make plastic from sugar and carbon dioxide

Scientists discover a 2-D magnet

DC Power Lines Making a Comeback

‘Liquid Light’ Can Bend Around Objects in a Frictionless Flow

Sound waves direct particles to self-assemble, self-heal

New method for 3-D through-wall imaging that utilizes drones and WiFi

Hitachi develops breath analyzer smartphone device with facial recognition

China propels rise of electric ultra-high-performance cars

New design improves performance of flexible wearable electronics

Acoustics to improve virtual reality


Deceleration of runaway electrons paves the way for fusion power

DNA replication filmed for the first time, and it's not what we expected

Were LIGO's gravity wave detections all noise? [Just as we thought]

Earth is overdue for catastrophic asteroid strike [very doubtful]

Unknown, unseen object signalled by warped Kuiper Belt

NASA launches world's lightest & first 3D-printed satellite

Einstein’s ‘Impossible’ Experiment weighing a star Finally Performed

Three experiments that hint at lepton universality

General relativity passes [fake] test at Milky Way’s central black hole

Dead Satellites Could Be Blasted Out of Orbit With Powerful Magnetic Beams

Mystery of the Sun’s Plasma Jets May Finally Be Solved

Bubble-like structure associated with the pulsar PSR J1015−5719

Measuring the magnetic fields on the hottest planets in the galaxy

Rare extreme helium star

Star's birth may have triggered another star birth

Radioactive elements in Cassiopeia A suggest a neutrino-driven explosion

Hubble captures massive dead disk galaxy that challenges theories of galaxy evolution

Scientists uncover origins of the Sun's swirling spicules

Human Society Caused Dead Sea Erosion

Earlier date for ancient UK wooden structures


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« Reply #87 on: July 02, 2017, 11:07:58 pm »


Radio powered by your own sweat hints at future of wearables

New screen coating makes reading in sunlight a lot easier

Ultra-thin camera creates images without lenses

Personalized Exoskeletons

First deployable, walking, soft robot

Eviation Aircraft unveils all-electric plane with 600-mile range

Drone to Plant 100,000 Trees a Day

High-resolution laser X-ray image reveals details not visible with ordinary X-ray imaging

Californians take a shine to solar power

The revolutionary technologies that power and cool the Parker Solar Probe


Human Limitations [corruption?] Could Prevent Us From Advancing in Science; AI Could Help

New form of liquid water discovered

NASA's Opportunity rover may have uncovered an ancient Martian lake

Nobel Laureate physicist Brian Josephson "80%" confident in intelligent design

Do asteroids present the 'greatest challenge' to humanity?

'Nocturnal sun': Zonal waves caused 'bright nights' in ancient times claim scientists

Bizarro comet challenging [miseducated] researchers

Cassini captures rare photos of Saturn's polar 'hexagon' storm

CERN's Large Hadron Collider: Unprecedented number of particles reached in record time

Why Is the Speed of Light So Slow?

The hunt is on for gravity waves

Giant ‘Mirror’ Planets Found in First-of-Its-Kind Experiment

Magnetic memories of a metal world

Is the Universe Conscious? [It is consciousness]

The shapes of galaxies

Artificial brain helps Gaia catch speeding stars

Arp 299: Galactic Goulash

Galaxy NGC 1132 has a disturbed hot halo

The stable retrograde orbit of the Bee-Zed asteroid explained

The first galaxies were even more violent than expected

Prebiotic atmosphere discovered on accretion disk of baby star

Juno spacecraft to fly over Jupiter's Great Red Spot July 10

Amazon Rain Forest May Have Once Been a Giant Marine Lake

How an ostrich halted plans for a real-life Jurassic Park

Volcanic eruptions triggered dawn of the dinosaurs [nope]

This Volcano-Shaped Pyramid in Peru Has Experts Stumped

The Spiritual Center of Taxila: One-time Jerusalem and Alexandria of the Buddhist World

Archaeologists unearth prehistoric ritual area around Bryn Celli Ddu, UK

Scientists throw light on mysterious ice age temperature jumps

5,000-Year-Old ‘Billboard’ of Hieroglyphs Contains a Cosmic Message

Making Cents of Currency’s Ancient Rise


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*China drone king turns to farming

Freshwater from salt water using only solar energy

Electrocaloric refrigerator offers alternative way to cool everything from food to computers

Moisture-responsive ‘robots’ crawl with no external power source

Your body is a big battery and scientists want to power gadgets with it

First battery-free cellphone makes calls by harvesting ambient power

Facebook tests internet-beaming drones

Rediscovering Roman concrete: Still better than ours, 2000 years later

Lunar robots deployed on Mount Etna to prepare for future landings on Mars and moon

Custom-made clothes for all within reach says top designer

Elon Musk's Tesla to build world's largest battery in Australia

Google's 'moonshot' factory spins off geothermal unit for residential energy

Forget Coal: Asteroid Mining Is Coming Sooner Than You Think


World’s brightest laser sparks new behavior in light

European ice sheet collapse caused chaos

Study reports temperature adjustments account for 'nearly all of the warming' in climate data

Physicist wants to find out if the entire universe is conscious

CERN discovers subatomic particle with double dose of 'charm'

Something big with Mars-to-Earth-mass is warping the outer solar system

Asteroid Impact With Earth In 2036 ‘Can’t Be Ruled Out’

300-Foot-Wide 3,000-year-old Ancient Altar Excavated in China

Animals, not drought, shaped our ancestors’ environment

Ice Age Hyenas Left Clues About These Ancient Human Sites

DNA Solves 200-Year-Old Mystery of Weird Ice Age Creature

Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic ‘skull cult’

Prehistoric Fish Trap and Petroglyphs Found on Kodiak Island

Previously unknown extinction of marine megafauna discovered [probably misdated from the Great Flood]

Genetic evidence from the South Caucasus region shows surprising long-term stability

Researchers document early, permanent human settlement in Andes

5,000-year-old Graveyard of taller people Found in China


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« Reply #89 on: July 16, 2017, 07:06:22 pm »


Spiky ferrofluid thrusters can move satellites

Biodegradable cleaning products and eco-friendly plastics from mushroom waste

Transformer robots can be printed on demand in just 13 minutes

Electric glove translates sign language into text messages in real-time to help  deaf people communicate

Chemists invent technology for making animated 3-D table-top objects by structuring  light

Researchers in China have teleported a photon from the ground to a satellite  orbiting more than 500 kilometers above

Chinese researchers just teleported the first object from the ground to Earth's  orbit

China tests self-sustaining space station

Conductive electrodes are key to fast-charging batteries

Dutch project tests floating cities

Flying cars and no more pilots in flight revolution

Self-fueling boat sets off from Paris on 6-year world trip

This gecko-inspired robot could help solve our space debris dilemma


Huge explosion rocks Arctic tundra leaving 165ft deep new crater in northern Russia

Physicists transmit data via Earth-to-space quantum entanglement

Tabby's Star's missing flux may be due to internal blockage

75,000-mile-wide spot on the sun could knock out communications satellites and  cause blackouts on Earth

Stunning detail of Jupiter's mysterious Great Red Spot

Astronomers find star that could not possibly be any smaller

Slow earthquakes occur continuously in the Alaska-Aleutian subduction zone

Strong solar flare erupts from sunspot

The mysterious planet hiding out at the edge of the solar system

Gravitational lens discovery: One of the brightest distant galaxies

Gravity is an electrical phenomenon?

Our young moon’s supersonic winds made waves in its magma ocean

Musical sun reduces range of magnetic activity

Solar minimum is coming

X-rays Coming from Pluto

Mars covered in toxic chemicals that can wipe out living organisms

Mars’ Two-Faces and Moons Could Result from an Early [or recent] Cataclysmic Impact

Space farms will feed astronauts and earthlings

Astronomers discover binary star in the NGC 2632 cluster

Cosmic 'dust factory' reveals clues to how stars are born

Y-type Brown dwarf stars

Chandra peers into a nurturing cloud

Study finds our Sun is like other stars

Shedding light on galaxy rotation secrets

Researchers describe one of the most massive large-scale structures in the universe

Planets like earth may have had muddy origins

Buried in Beads 4,000 Years Ago, This Chiefly Family Lives Again

In a Lost Baby Tooth, Scientists Find Ancient Denisovan DNA

Fossil sheds light on bird evolution after [recent] asteroid strike

Ancient ‘House of the Dead’ discovered in Wiltshire
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