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Jan 26, 2023

Scientists Have Announced That 7 Mysterious Cosmic Objects Keep Passing Through The Solar System

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, education

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Welcome to Futureunity, where we explore the fascinating world of science, technology, and the universe! From the inner workings of the human body to the outer reaches of space, we delve into the latest and most interesting discoveries that are shaping our world. Whether you’re a science buff or just looking for some mind-blowing facts, we’ve got you covered. Join us as we uncover the mysteries of the world around us and discover new frontiers in the fields of science and technology. Get ready for a journey that’s both educational and entertaining!

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Jan 26, 2023

Achieving nanoscale precision using neuromorphic localization microscopy

Posted by in categories: nanotechnology, particle physics

A neuromorphic camera can localize single fluorescent particles to below 20 nm resolution and evaluate the diffusion trajectory with millisecond temporal precision.

Jan 26, 2023

Underground dome house of the family who led geese to fly home

Posted by in categories: existential risks, transportation

Paula and Bill Lishman spent many winters in a poorly-insulated A-frame cabin before realizing they needed to go underground to use the earth’s energy to stay warm, so they knocked the top off a hill, dropped in ferro-cement domes, and covered it up again with dirt.

Thanks to skylights cut into every dome and the white-powdered marble that covers the interior, their earth-sheltered home is naturally well-lit despite being below the frost line.

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Jan 26, 2023

Asteroid mining: SpaceX will help a startup launch operations in 2023

Posted by in categories: materials, space travel

The space tech startup, AstroForge, hopes to complete two proof-of-concept missions this year using SpaceX rockets.

In what might be a groundbreaking moment in space industry history, a new startup plans to launch not one but two space missions this year. This might not sound like a big deal, but the company wants to go into space to find and use minerals from asteroids and other deep-space objects.

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Jan 26, 2023

Watch a sea cucumber-inspired shapeshifting robot escape jail

Posted by in categories: materials, robotics/AI

It can even liquefy and move through small spaces, just like T-1000 in Terminator 2.

An international team of scientists created sea cucumber-inspired miniature robots that can quickly shift between liquid and solid states.

They built the new robots with a material they dubbed a “magnetoactive solid-liquid phase transitional machine.” The robots are also magnetic and can conduct electricity, as per a press release.

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Jan 26, 2023

First nuclear-powered Bitcoin mine to start operations in US this year

Posted by in categories: bitcoin, computing, nuclear energy, sustainability

This will reduce carbon emissions from mining operations but is that the only way?

TeraWulf, a Minnesota-headquartered company, will become the first entity in the U.S. to power its Bitcoin mining operations with nuclear energy, CNET.


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Jan 26, 2023

Researchers broke the record for the shortest pulse of electrons ever

Posted by in category: computing

They produced a signal a mind-bending short 53 billionths of a second.

A team of scientists broke the record for the shortest pulse of electrons ever created. They produced a signal a mere 53 attoseconds long. That’s a mind-bending short 53 billionths of a second.

The researchers say their new achievement could lead to more accurate electron microscopes and could also speed up data transmission in computer chips, as per an institutional press release.

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Jan 26, 2023

Green comet’s new “anti-tail” seemingly breaks the laws of physics

Posted by in categories: cosmology, physics

Astrophotographers spotted what looks like a third tail flowing in front of, instead of behind, the glowing comet.

The green comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF), which last flew by Earth 50,000 years ago when Neanderthals still coexisted with humans, has been gradually making its way across the night sky over the last few days.

What’s more, as per a LiveScience report, this “anti-tail” appears to be flowing in the wrong direction and is, therefore, seemingly breaking the laws of physics.

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Jan 26, 2023

Metal alloys may support nuclear fusion energy

Posted by in categories: business, nuclear energy

The research is a huge milestone towards fusion energy that can power millions of homes and businesses with a carbon-neutral energy source.

Researchers at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory announced that they observed a net gain in nuclear fusion energy for the very first time at the end of 2022. The research is a huge milestone towards fusion energy that can power millions of homes and businesses with a carbon-neutral energy source. However, converting this achievement into a practical nuclear energy source requires innovative technologies to bring fusion-powered society to life.


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Jan 26, 2023

Can humans still grow fur? New study discovers the genes

Posted by in categories: evolution, genetics

An examination of 19,149 mammalian genes sheds new light on the future of hair loss.

Due to evolution, we got rid of most of the hair on our bodies. Although we are mammals, it is obvious that we are less hairy than the majority of them. So, could this mean we are on our way to becoming more hairless? Or is there a way to turn hair development back on?

This is where a new study comes in. As stated by the University of Utah, a groundbreaking comparison of genetic codes from 62 animals is beginning to tell the story of how humans—and other mammals—came to be, naked. The study was published in the journal eLife.

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