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Jun 17, 2016

Quantum Hub meet learns how military is developing applications

Posted by in categories: military, quantum physics

Such technologies “will improve the accuracy of measuring time, frequency, rotation, magnetic fields and gravity.”

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Jun 17, 2016

Physicists say they’ve figured out how to ‘see’ inside a black hole

Posted by in categories: cosmology, physics

Physicists have come up with a new way to predict what lies beyond the event horizon of a black hole, and it could give us a more accurate idea of their mysterious internal structures.

Thanks to the first — and now second — direct observation of gravitational waves emanating from what scientists think are black hole mergers, we’re starting to get our first real evidence that black holes do actually exist in reality, not just theory.

But even if we can prove they really do physically exist, there’s no getting around the fact that, thanks to their enormous gravitational pull, black holes swallow up anything that falls beyond their event horizon.

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Jun 16, 2016

Learning: we’re doing it wrong

Posted by in category: education

The old-style educational system gives you an ‘A’ and demotes you when you do something wrong. The gaming world gives you a 0 and rewards you when you do something right.

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Jun 16, 2016

The Anti-Aging Pill

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension

Facing a long wait for evidence, a longevity researcher takes an unusual path to market.

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Jun 16, 2016

Chinese Surgeon Planning the World’s First Full Head Transplant

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A Chinese surgeon has announced that he will conduct the world’s first transplant of an entire human head within the next year, much to the dismay of medical leaders across the globe.

Thomas Manning, Implant Patient

© AP photo/ sam riley, mass general hospital via AP.

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Jun 16, 2016

MMTP — Major Mouse Testing Program — Interview with David Gems

Posted by in categories: health, life extension

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Jun 16, 2016

Scientists Say They’ve Unearthed A Completely New Kind Of Meteorite

Posted by in category: futurism

Scientists say that in a Swedish quarry, they’ve uncovered a meteorite unlike any other documented on the planet.

Its chemical makeup is unique among the 50,000 meteorites known on Earth, as Birger Schmitz of Sweden’s Lund University tells The Two-Way. “This does not resemble anything … even if we look at the big types that exist today and look at the broad ranges, this one falls completely outside of everything,” he says.

The black holes were 14 and 8 times the mass of the sun. As they spiraled together, they sent out gravitational waves.

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Jun 16, 2016

Interesting Robotics/AI Animation 4

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Now, that’s a robot!

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Jun 16, 2016

Secrets of the Creative Brain

Posted by in category: neuroscience

I often never am amazed when I see people who are both geniuses and gifted not follow society’s view on how they should look, present themselves, or speak, etc. I found this article a bit funny and some comments very short sighted. A real gifted and genius knows to never prejudge things ever because they themselves are already going against society’s label.

A leading neuroscientist who has spent decades studying creativity shares her research on where genius comes from, whether it is dependent on high IQ—and why it is so often accompanied by mental illness.

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Jun 16, 2016

Aggressive, sparkplug-free gasoline auto engines with high efficiency

Posted by in categories: economics, energy, transportation

Researchers at Sandia National Laboratories’ Combustion Research Facility are helping to develop sparkplug-free engines that will help meet ambitious automotive fuel economy targets of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025.

They are working on low-temperature gasoline combustion (LTGC) operating strategies for affordable, high-efficiency engines that will meet stringent air-quality standards.

Sandia researchers Isaac Ekoto and Benjamin Wolk said the goal of the LTGC project is an engine in which chemically controlled ignition initiates the combustion of dilute charge mixtures.

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