Elon Musk announced that the Boring Company completed the LA/Hawthorne tunnel. The tunneling machine broke through to the other side.
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Initial launch of 4,425 satellites to be followed by 7,518 closer to the ground.
It's flu shot season. The mainstream media is now fully engaged in a furious flu shot marketing campaign. However, while many are taking a pass on the shot that's consistently failed to live up to the hype, others are learning of a dark consequen
(Natural News) The battle against cancer is heading into new territory, as scientists explore the healing ability of substances that support the body's cells, instead of killing them off. Researchers from the Italian National Institute of Health a
Facebook needs to 'convince conservatives they're not the enemy'
Most forms of Chinese medicine widely used licorice to enhance the potency of other ingredients, reduce toxicity, and improve the medicine's flavor. It's reported that almost half of all prescriptions in traditional Chinese medicine used licoric
A self-driving car program, now known as Waymo, is about to quietly launch a fleet of paid rides in the world's very first commercial driverless car service.
Researchers with UC San Diego's Scripps Institution of Oceanography and Princeton University recently walked back scientific findings published last month that showed oceans have been heating up dramatically faster than previously thought as a resu
"It could happen in a matter of months," says Martin Mlynczak of NASA's Langley Research Center.
The future is now and science fiction is fact, as motorcycles take to the sky.
Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra sees smart loos in our future and is anxious to sell the chips they will need.
Washington (AFP) - What is next for the smartphone, which has become the hottest-selling consumer device around the world in just over a decade?
It's no coincidence that a veritable public relations advertisement concealed as an article in the Daily Mail regarding the microchipping of thousands of Swedish people would soon be followed up by an article announcing yet more microchipping of em
"When you understand how paper folds, you can apply it to other things," Robert Lang, a former NASA physicist who left to pursue his origami enthusiasm full time, tells Great Big Story. From self-folding robots to portable research stations, the