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Apr 12, 2024

Evidence of a new subatomic particle observed

Posted by in category: particle physics

The BESIII collaboration have reported the observation of an anomalous line shape around ppbar mass threshold in the J/ψ→γ3(π+π-) decay, which indicates the existence of a ppbar bound state. The paper was published online in Physical Review Letters.

Apr 12, 2024

Tesla reveals humanoid robot technology through new patents

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Tesla has revealed some of its humanoid robot technology through filings for several new patents related to its Optimus robot program.

A few months ago, Tesla unveiled “Optimus Gen 2”, a new generation of its humanoid robot that should be able to take over repetitive tasks from humans.

The new prototype showed a lot of improvements compared to previously underwhelming versions of the robot, and it gave some credibility to the project.

Apr 12, 2024

Draft-MicroPsi-JBach-07–03-30.pdf

Posted by in category: futurism

Joscha Bach principles of synthetic intelligence.


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Apr 12, 2024

SpaceX’s Starship: Revolutionizing Space Travel

Posted by in category: space travel

SpaceX LabPadre Space

Apr 12, 2024

SpaceX’s Starship Launch 5 and Elon Musk’s Ambitious Plans

Posted by in categories: Elon Musk, space travel

SpaceX’s upcoming Starship launch and Elon Musk’s ambitious plans for the rocket’s production and capabilities have generated excitement and anticipation among fans and industry observers Questions to inspire discussion What is SpaceX’s upcoming Starship launch? —The upcoming Starship launch refers to SpaceX’s ambitious plans for the rocket’s production and capabilities, generating excitement and anticipation among fans and industry observers.

Apr 12, 2024

This Invention Made Disney MILLIONS, but Then They LOST It!

Posted by in categories: innovation, robotics/AI

Destro Robotics

Apr 12, 2024

Consistently Exercising 2–3 times a week over the Long Term linked to Lower Current Insomnia Risk

Posted by in category: health

Consistently exercising 2–3 times a week over the long term is linked to a lower current risk of insomnia as well as the ability to clock up the recommended 6–9 hours of shut-eye every night, suggests an international 10-year study published in the open access journal BMJ Open.

Regular exercise is associated with better overall health, and several studies have suggested that physical activity promotes better quality sleep and may improve symptoms of chronic insomnia, note the researchers.

But it’s not entirely clear how much gender, age, weight (BMI), overall fitness, general health, and exercise type contribute to this association, they add.

Apr 12, 2024

Astronomers Discover 49 New Galaxies in Under Three Hours

Posted by in category: space

A team of international astronomers have discovered 49 new gas-rich galaxies using the MeerKAT radio telescope in South Africa from observations that were not even three hours long and were made possible by IDIA (Inter-University Institute of Data Intensive Astronomy).

Apr 12, 2024

Longer-Lived People Have Less Epigenetic Noise

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

A team of researchers has reported in Aging Cell that longer-lived Chinese women have less epigenetic noise in crucial areas of the genome. Order and disorder We have previously reported that the accumulation of epigenetic noise appears […].

Apr 12, 2024

Researchers find the “recipe” for growing new limbs

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

For as long as superheroes have been imagined, there’s been a superhero who can regrow limbs. Other animals (like salamanders and sharks) do it, why couldn’t we? Scientists have also tackled this question because, obviously, humans don’t naturally regrow limbs. But before we move on to regrowing limbs ourselves, we need to understand how other species do it.

In a new study, researchers mapped the proteins that kick off limb creation in mice and chicks, finding that a cocktail of just three proteins performs the initial magic.

“People in the field have known a lot of the proteins critical for limb formation, but we found that there are proteins we missed,” said study co-first author ChangHee Lee, research fellow in genetics in the lab of Cliff Tabin at Harvard Medical School.

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