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Scientists Believe There May Be Intelligent Alien Civilizations Near the “Galactic Center”

The University of New South Wales (Australia) and the US Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have published a joint report where they reveal the best places where alien life might have developed. It seems that after all, our universe might be crawling with alien life. Australian scientist Ian Morrison of the University of New South Wales and Michael Gowanlock from … Continue reading

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Robot To Help Clean Up the Radiation-Filled Fukushima Power Plant -So Humans Don’t Have To

Japan is just getting started on tearing down its wrecked Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear power plant — a process that’s expected to take 30 to 40 years, according to the plant’s manager. Next year, it’s going to tackle the decommissioning of reactor 3, which was damaged by a hydrogen explosion during the plant’s meltdown in 2011. The only problem? Reactor 3 … Continue reading

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The US Military Wants a Chip to Translate Your Brain Activity Into Binary Code

Admittedly this is bordering on sci-fi but it’s actually true as you’ll read for your self. I don’t know if it’s just me but it seems like we’re progressing rather rapidly in these types of areas of research and science. While it is amazing one can already foresee the many ethical and privacy implications this will eventually have. I can … Continue reading

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City on Mars: How We Could Build It

If we want to someday live on Mars, spaceships won’t be enough. We would need a Martian city—and this is how we might build one. In many ways, the problem of moving to Mars is simply a packing problem. We need a lot of gear (food, water, shelter) to keep us alive, and the only way to ensure that we … Continue reading

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The 2 Most Dangerous Numbers In The Universe Are Threatening The End of Physics

CERN has announced that the LHCb experiment had revealed the existence of two new baryon subatomic particles. A deeply disturbing and controversial line of thinking has emerged within the physics community. It’s the idea that we are reaching the absolute limit of what we can understand about the world around us through science. “The next few years may tell us … Continue reading

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Five Planets Align For First Time In A Decade; FYI Last Time: Indian Ocean Earthquake And Tsunami December 26 2004

The solar system is all set to give a rare celestial show. Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter will all be visible from Earth when they appear in a diagonal row before dawn on Wednesday, Jan. 20. It’s the first time the five bright planets, so-called as they can usually be seen easily with the naked eye, have aligned in … Continue reading

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Weird Star System that Scientists Have Been Checking for Aliens Just Got Weirder

Last year, scientists spotted something strange going on around a distant star. Now it turns out it’s been happening for decades, or even centuries, making it even harder to explain. There is a star, unimpressively named KIC 8462852, that sits 1,400 light-years away and seems to be relatively similar to our own sun. But whatever circles that star is so … Continue reading

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Dinosaur graveyard could finally be PROOF that asteroid impact wiped out species

PROOF that the dinosaurs’ time on Earth came to an abrupt end after an asteroid collided with the planet may have finally been found. Although the theory that a mass extinction occurred around 65 million years ago – wiping out 75 per cent of species – as a result of an asteroid impact is widely accepted, there has never been … Continue reading

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What are gravitational waves? Why we should care about groundbreaking scientific discovery

SEE FEB 11, 2016 UPDATE LINK AT END OF THIS ARTICLE OR JUMP DIRECTLY TO IT: CLICK HERE A MAJOR scientific discovery building on Albert Einstein’s famous theory could uncover pioneering information about how the Universe was formed. The Laser Interferometer Gravitational Wave Observatory (LIGO) may have discovered gravitational waves after working for years to prove they exist. But what … Continue reading

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So-Called ‘Fast Walker’ UFO Zipping by the Space Station

A fast-moving UFO was recorded on the International Space Station camera on January 11th and some reports are referring to it as a “Fast Walker,” which is a term used by NORAD. NORAD? What are Fast Walkers, why is NORAD interested in them and should we be worried? The UFO video was posted on the Internet by Streetcap1 who labeled … Continue reading

ARTICLE OF THE MONTH (FROM ARCHIVES)

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The main library at Indiana University (United States) sinks over an inch a year. When it was designed engineers failed to take into account the weight of all the books that would occupy the building.
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