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Scientists working with the Beijing Institute of Technology have created a hologram that can be seen by the naked eye, and can pop out of a screen to a larger size. This breakthrough makes actual screen sizes virtually irrelevant, using a special material which allows light to pass through differently....
First to all who enjoy spelling and typing my lack of typing and spelling skills is not the intent of this post . To who ever maybe one person out there ( see i have no one to leave the things I have come up with to and am old and have heart problems ) So to prove i am not full off crap and am not worried about...
My ex and I were talking yesterday and she was telling me about her brother and his wife, who recently had a baby. I knew there were some problems, but didn't know it had gotten this bad. The baby was born quite premature and has had nothing but trouble since. In the 8 weeks the poor little girl has been here, she's already had multiple surgeries...
Aircraft Projects May 23 46 12 rss
Plasma engines have been stuck in the lab for the past decade or so. [: )] And research on them has largely been limited to the idea of propelling satellites once in space. Berkant Göksel at the Technical University of Berlin and his team now want to fit plasma engines to planes. “We want to develop...
This topic is something of interest. A refutation to the global warming alarmists, who wish to keep the climate in some sort of stasis field, never changing, never growing, never evolving. It seems periods of dramatic climatic shifts are the defining moments of how humans became human....
Space Exploration May 20 69 60 rss
Tabby's Star is dimming again and the call has gone out for every available observatory to start watching what's happening. There's been a plan in place for months now to keep an eye on KIC 8462852 and then all hands to the pump as soon as it starts trolling the astronomers again. The perplexing...
Space Exploration May 15 32 34 rss
If you're passionate about Mars and an avid fan of Curiosity's activities at Gale Crater, then you'll almost certainly love the video below. It's really quite remarkable because, as you might know, Curiosity is not capable of recording video and yet the clip looks like it was created in-situ...
The science is pretty mind boggling to me, but I think what its saying is they have achieved some groundwork for quantum communication and perhaps even proved it can be done. This is pretty big news Theoretical physicists have long proposed that such a form...
University of Georgia, Center for Applied Isotope Studies, dinosaur tissue samples was divided at the lab into two fractions with the “bulk” or collagen break down products yielding an age of 33,570 ± 120 years and the carbonate fraction of bone bioapatite yielding...
Space Exploration May 17 43 18 rss
They call it the multiverse. It’s a cosmos in which there are multiple universes. And by multiple, I mean an infinite number. These uncountable realms sit side by side in higher dimensions that our senses are incapable of perceiving directly. Yet increasingly astronomers and cosmologists...
Fragile Earth May 19 233 16 rss
That's a picture of Antarctica. This is some startling evidence of man made climate change right here. Antarctica may conjure up an image of a pristine white landscape, but researchers say climate change is turning the continent green. Scientists studying banks of moss in Antarctica have found...
Space Exploration May 15 70 17 rss
I have sometimes defended the theory of cosmic inflation in these forums — it explains things like the formation of galaxies and the ‘isotropic’ (uniform whichever way you look) distribution of matter in the universe pretty neatly. It also has the endorsement of leading scientific authorities such as Steven Weinberg and Stephen Hawking. But there have always...
So the latest with WannaCry is that "experts" are saying it is North Korean in origin from a group called Lazarus.... I am not sure how anyone could expect the public to believe this after what has come out about the ability of the NSA to make a hack appear to come from somewhere else. Cyber security researchers said Monday they may...
I can see this happening for daily commuters into large cities and in many ways it would be a time saving blessing.. I do wonder if the author's time frame is a bit short, however, barring some catastrophic event I have little doubt it is coming. Use you imagination and think about how this might effect you.. Death spiral for cars. By 2030, you...
A few years ago, if you were to tell most people suffering from a serious mental health problem that their ills could be cured with a spot of Class A drugs, they might think you’ve, well, taken something. Aided by a slew of recent scientific studies, however, the perception...
The fiction that a person can chose their gender does not help those who are confused. Now that is a powerful statement. How many times have you read or heard of transgenders who...
I have been putting this type of thought out there for years on ATS. Here is a chance to learn for yourselves about true science doing research you can read for yourself and get...
Fragile Earth May 1 59 59 rss
Check - for the last three hours (Edit to add: Since around 4 this morning) has been just a rockin' and a rollin'! I stopped counting at 60 EQ's - many of them 3.0 and up and more...
Fragile Earth May 2 61 53 rss
At a length of more than a mile, an underground depth of more than 500', and with pools of water more than 70' deep, the caverns display some of the best formations in the world that you can see firsthand....
This is a long and very interesting article and it shows why Artificial Intelligence is much bigger than most people can imagine. People have this misconception that Intelligence can only be called intelligence if it's at a...
Fragile Earth May 3 105 45 rss
With so many people worried about the future of clean drinkable water, why are there no voices screaming about possibly the biggest scam of the century that's right there under our...
Researchers at Mindlab International in the U.K. wanted to know what kind of music induces the greatest state of relaxation. The study involved having participants...
Space Exploration Apr 30 27 30 rss
What was once thought to be the domain of armchair conspiracy theorists, now seems to get some scientific backing: I'm referring to the...
Looks like Newton's law is not a for real law? A fluid that has negative mass has been created, it does the opposite of Newton's second law. April 17 (UPI) -- A team of physicists at Washington State...
Space Exploration Apr 25 68 40 rss
This image was taken by NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity on March 25. It appears to show a three-foot-tall petrified tree stump. Yeah, I know about pareidolia and realize people have claimed to see machinery...
[size=-1] April 19, 2017 I guess most of us already know that there was a higher state of consciousness , but the study is exciting nonetheless. Scientific evidence...
Fragile Earth Apr 22 76 32 rss
LOSING GROUND Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards declared a state of emergency on April 18 based on the continuous, rapid...
Who would have guessed that eating things out of cardboard boxes would be bad for us? Eat real food and get a little exercise...
Pretty neat, not a lot to add. Beyond the obvious: being able to make reinforced concrete strength with a mere 10lb hammer dropping only 1 meter seems to be the ultimate...
Fragile Earth May 1 32 27 rss
Whelp, my mind is completely blown. This artists latest world map of Pangea (a proposed supercontinent that existed 300 mya) has put all the other representations to shame. Here is a smaller...

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