Learning from your mistakes is a key life lesson, and it's one that researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) can attest to.
A kilo of pasta gets you a packet of diapers. A bag of flour buys a bottle of shampoo.
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Short answer: It's complicated
Fear of man made machines is growing as they become stronger - but Alexander Reben says his new invention shows we need to prepare for the worst
If you're a systems administrator working in the United States, a recent decision from 12 Texan jurors should give you a moment of pause before you next hit the delete key.
Why it's time to go back to the Moon … It's more than a stepping stone to Mars … Mars is an extremely popular destination right now. Putting people on the Red Planet has been the big goal for NASA since 2010, and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has made
Carbon dioxide has been pumped underground and turned rapidly into stone, demonstrating a radical new way to tackle climate change.
Six years ago, Wang Huanming was paralyzed from the neck down after being injured wrestling with a friend. Today, he hopes he has found the answer to walking again: a new body for his head.
TN Note: Is carbon a serious threat to the future of mankind? Hardly. CO2 is necessary for plants to grow and produce food for humans. If nations run down this rabbit hole to permanently sequester carbon into hard rock, then plant growth will diminis
"Biohackers" are putting microchips and magnets in their bodies for everything from unlocking the front door to detecting moon earthquakes.
Panes block sunlight with the flip of a switch
And it significantly reduces the risk of passing on faulty mitochondria
According to FDA rules, food can only be marketed as healthy if it meets certain nutritional criteria for fat, sodium, cholesterol and beneficial nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Snack foods cannot contain more than 3 grams of total fat
Introducing a new Tesla Model S with a 60 kilowatt-hour battery, a 200-mile range, and a lower price didn't require redeveloping the pack, revamping the assembly line, or reconfiguring the supply chain. All it took was a few lines of code.
(NaturalNews) Garlic has been used for thousands of years all over the world, and modern science is now backing up its medicinal properties. A recent study by researchers at Washington University has found that garlic can be up to 100 times as effect
Get ready to throw out your periodic tables this winter.
In a breakthrough new "direct-doping" process, scientists have embedded light-emitting nanoparticles into glass so that it remains almost perfectly transparent, but glows brightly when stimulated by lower frequency light.
Device let him walk around heartless for 17 months before finally getting a transplant
Alzheimer's can be quite a stealthy foe, at times causing damage in a sufferer long before any symptoms start to show.
Fifteen years ago, an aerospace engineer named Roger Shawyer drafted the first designs of the EmDrive, a new type of engine that uses microwaves to propel spaceships instead of fuel.
Nonetheless, mail volume continued to decrease, most notably First-Class Mail which decreased by 1,420 million pieces. Overall mail volume for the year was 154 billion pieces. In the second quarter of the fiscal year 2016, the Postal Service reported
Samples of blood were taken from women with breast cancer, and then the women were asked to spend 14 days on a plant-based diet and perform 30-60 minutes of light exercise daily. After 14 days their blood was taken again and found to significantly sl
Andy Pasztor for Wall street Journal reports U.S. officials appear poised to make history by approving the first private space mission to go beyond Earth's orbit, according to people familiar with the details.
Hidden truths permeate our world; they're inaccessible to our senses, but math allows us to go beyond our intuition to uncover their mysteries. In this survey of mathematical breakthroughs, Fields Medal winner Cédric Villani speaks to the thrill of
Across the nation, and also on Twitter, Lexus owners say the navigation systems in their luxury cars suddenly stopped working today for some as-of-yet unknown reason.
People who refuse chemotherapy treatment live on average 12 and a half years longer than people who undergo chemotherapy, says Dr. Jones.
It has been nearly two years since a senior CDC scientist assumed whistleblower status claiming he was part of a massive cover-up at the CDC to hide information that childhood vaccines cause autism. I have written to you about this many times-
Here is a headline: This AI expert says that a robot economy will force us to give people unconditional free money. The article is in Business Insider. In the future, giving people unconditional free money might be the fairest way to deal with a rob
Guns are often thought about for their destructive nature, but a new kind of gun is set to help heal rather than harm.