Isaac Asimov wasn’t just a science fiction author, but also a visionary.
The world of professional sports isn't necessarily the first place we'd want to see mind-control, but at this year's World Cup, at least one person on the field will be moving things with their mind.
“The aging process we discovered is like a married couple—when they are young, they communicate well, but over time, living in close quarters for many years, communication breaks down,” said Harvard Medical School Professor of Genetics David Sinclair
In September last year, Finland's MultiTouch revealed an Ultra High Definition 84-inch MultiTaction display at its annual developer conference.
In December, the U.S. Army successfully tested a vehicle-mounted laser, destroying more than 90 mortar rounds and several unmanned aerial drones. And an Army official tells Yahoo News that the test could have broad implications for the future, giv
There's a growing rift between Silicon Valley and the secretive National Security Agency —
If I had my way, Facebook would have a hard and fast expiration date for posts. I generally don’t want most of what I say hanging around longer than I’d keep eggs in the fridge.
Market disruptions often occur — or not — as the direct result of unintended collisions between breakthrough technologies and their more incremental regulators
One of the main reasons that Americans hate to fly is the Transporation Security Administration (TSA).
t might be hard to believe, but 3-D printers are already passé. Sure, there’ll be a steady flow of cool hardware and neat materials in the years to come, but the reality is that low-cost 3-D printers are basically machines that are great at cranking
One of the Deta Elis machines, called the “Deta AP” will shatter viruses, bacteria and fungi, coming to us just as antibiotics become more of a terror than a help. This phenomenon where we can kill microbes with frequencies is called BIORESONANCE, an
Dr. Leonard Coldwell: In my experience, every cancer can be cured in 2 to 16 weeks. Some cancers can be cured in minutes because every doctor in the world that's been in office for 20 years or longer knows cases of spontaneous healing. There's even
Instead of having to wait for one of the limited number of available donor kidneys, patients in need of a transplant may eventually be able to have a new kidney custom-grown for them.
In his 2005 paper, Professor of Physics Johan Åkerman touted magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM) as a promising candidate for a "universal memory" that could replace the various types of memory commonly found alongside each other in modern e
3D printing promises that one day we may be able to print out goods in our own homes rather than popping down to the shops or ordering widgets online.
Measuring and mapping mechanical properties of live cells is of high importance in today’s biological research. Atomic force microscopy1 has been recognized since the mid-eighties as an excellent technique to image a wide range of samples in their n
In September, a team of Google engineers showed how to translate one language into another by finding the linear transformation that maps one to the other.
Seismic tests usually involve either a scale simulation of an earthquake or a computer-generated one, neither of which can fully replicate the kind of shaking a real tremor dishes out.
Some people suffer from depression their whole lives. But others will suddenly become depressed in their 40s, 50s or 60s.
can be activated to spiritual world frequencies and enables you to have the sense of all knowing, godlike euphoria and oneness all around you. A pineal gland once tuned into to proper frequencies with help of meditation, yoga or various esoteric, oc
Earthquakes are one of nature’s most unpredictable events. Unlike weather events, which can often be forecasted accurately, earthquakes seem to happen when no one is expecting them.
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This year was rough. Really, for everyone it was just rough. Sometimes it feels like most of this 2013 was spent “debating” gun rights and gun control and the rest of the year just trying to find ammo.
Shortly before Christmas, we heard about 35 year-old British adventurer Maria Leijerstam's planned attempt to ride to the South Pole on a recumbent fat-tired tricycle.
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The bone-dry desert of present-day Mars may seem like the last place you would look for water, but the Red Planet actually contains a wealth of water locked up in ice.
In February, following the collapse of the social network Friendster, computer scientists carried out a digital autopsy to find out what went wrong.
A young girl whose family had one dog and two cats asked her mother, a college graduate and wife of a college professor, "Mommie, do animals have feelings?" Mommie answered, "I don't know dear.
Paleontologists have discovered fossils of a species that provides the missing evolutionary link between fish and the first animals that walked out of water onto land about 375 million years ago. The newly found species, Tiktaalik roseae, has a skull
Vacationers seeking midwinter sun don’t usually think of Norway, where the sun is low even on the brightest winter day. So the town of Rjukan, Norway, is turning to an old trick to lure tourists—and like all the best tricks, it’s done with mirrors.