If humans are going to get to Mars, they're going to need rockets with some serious liftoff power. NASA's Space Launch System is the most powerful rocket in the world--it has twin five-segment solid rocket boosters, four liquid propellant engine
Until very recently the fastest supercomputer in the world belonged to China. It has now been replaced by the Sunway TaihuLight - also from China. In fifteen years China has gone from having zero supercomputers in the top 500 to having more than any
For 107 hours, Portugal ran completely on renewable energy sources.
Sputnik news reports The US Navy has held talks with "Transhumanist" and presidential candidate Zoltan Istvan, who told Radio Sputnik about the US military's concerns.He advocates fitting human beings with technology, including microchips, to b
fructose corn syrup (HFCS). (NaturalNews) HFCS is ubiquitous in the modern processed food supply. It's added to pizza sauce, salad dressings, ketchup and "whole wheat" breads. Did you know it's often contaminated with the toxic heavy metal mercury?
It takes serious engineering to let 640,000 people walk on water. Luckily, that's exactly the kind of technical and creative challenge that Christo--the artist who wrapped the Reichstag and dotted Central Park with 7,503 orange panels of fabric--
The X-57 will be essentially like flying a Tesla. It's part of NASA's goals to reduce fuel use, emissions, and noise with innovative aircraft design.
By now, the fact that transatlantic democratic capitalism, once the engine of postwar prosperity, has run into trouble can hardly be denied by anyone with the courage to browse a daily newspaper.
This process is "Highly efficient" in breaking down the plastic, according to researchers, and requires no pretreatment.
The U.S. government intends to further their control over the lives of Americans by introducing microchipping for children in the near future.
A team of engineers at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in South Korea have reportedly developed a new kind of ultra-thin, bendable solar cell capable that could be used to power fitness trackers, smart glasses and other kinds of weara
Method might shrink particle accelerators from town size to table size
This morning, Blue Origin launched and landed its New Shepard rocket for the fourth time -- and we got to watch the entire thing live. It was the first ever live broadcast of a Blue Origin test flight, showing the vehicle's ascent to the edge of s
NASA is still testing wild new wing technologies to improve energy efficiency in flight. The agency announced yesterday that it is conducting research on a unique wing design that uses 14 electric motors. The experimental aircraft it's designing is c
Study of 10 patients found they all showed memory improvements All have since been able to return to their jobs or continue working Is first to suggest memory loss in patients can be reversed and sustained
Scientists at Cambridge University and the Imperial College London have trapped photons inside a tiny gold cavity, forcing it to interact with matter to form a hybrid state.
The National Institutes of Health will review it next week
Battle tanks are about the least invisible thing ever invented, but Elbit Systems has come up with a way to make them as see through as glass ?" at least from the inside.
Where there's smoke...
The absence of a one specific species of gut bacteria causes social deficits in mice, researchers report.
Main Product Is Propaganda...China's Supercollider Higgs Factory Will Be Twice The Size Of CERN's Large Hadron Collider … China could soon rival Europe and the U.S. as a global leader in the field of particle physics. The world's most populo
The brains of teenagers with serious antisocial behavior problems differ significantly in structure to those of their peers, providing the clearest evidence to date that their behavior stems from changes in brain development in early life, according
In the day-to-day happenings of world politics, the United States and Russia are presented on the global stage as arch-enemies. Up in space, however, it's a completely different story.
Around this time was when Ann had found an internet letter by a man named Ralph Cole that talked about using carrot juice as cancer treatment. He said that drinking five pounds of juiced carrots a day had effectively killed small cancer cells on his
Tech titan claims computers will soon be able to read our minds and beam our thoughts straight onto Facebook
NASA has revealed it aims to grow human tissue in space to help aid the future of deep space explorations.
The FBI has quietly constructed a massive facial recognition system, and according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office, it may not have built in the required safeguards.
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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