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nasa is paying volunteers
Now, this is a first. Studies and experiments do take various forms and shapes. The latest research by NASA proves this. Weed, marijuana, Ganja, pot are some of the names that are used for this controversial substance that has now been legalized in 28 States across America. It is used for recreation, as well as, for its medicinal value and...
lost technology
When the term “technology” comes up, the term “advanced” is, more often than not, associated with it. Innovation has, over the years come to be thought of generally as a sort of forward march, even in cases where it takes years such as in the case of the light bulb and car. While somewhat rare there are cases, despite...
water bears
As anyone who has walked down a Havana street in the heat of the evening or attended an away football('soccer') match with a rival team can attest, there can be safety in numbers. A similar principle applies to gene codes. It is the scientific basis behind the fact that mixed breed dogs are, in general, healthier than purebreds. The...
age more slowly in space
On March 22, 2015, one astronaut took on an out-of-this-world mission for one particular reason - to see how he ages onboard the International Space Station (ISS). Astronaut Scott Kelly traveled to the ISS for 342 days while his twin brother, Mark, stayed on Earth. At the end of the experiment, Scott returned to Earth both younger and older...
kobi garden robot
In today's tech world, we are seeing more and more inventions that are made solely to make our everyday lives easier. Most of these devices are meant for simple tasks like listening to music, turning on the lights automatically, or reading your texts on your wrist instead of having to pull out your phone. Now we are becoming more...
pilot earpiece language translator
Communication, no matter in what form it may come, is at the heart of human interaction. Even before we could 'speak', as it were, our hulking, hairy ancestors found ways to get their message across be it by grunting, pointing or singing while accompanied by Og on the Mammoth bones. As the eons flew past we found evermore elaborate and...
chemotherapy can make cancer worse
Cancer is the world’s largest killer responsible for 14.1 million new cases and 8.2 million deaths worldwide in 2016 alone, according to the latest statistics. The future of this deadly disease does not look any better with forecasts predicting more new infections and deaths in the coming years. The most common therapy for cancer is chemotherapy and drugs, which...
colonizing europa
Mother Earth is dying, at least if the late-1990s environmentalist propaganda is to be believed. A slightly dubious claim considering that the entire planet would be extremely difficult to make uninhabitable, but we still seem to be giving it a good go. It was once stated, forcefully and often, that if humans do not get our act together we...
apple's first smartphone
Even after the massive success of the iPod, then Apple CEO Steve Jobs, was not content. IPods had been bigger than anybody had anticipated with 350 million units sold. Steve knew it was just a matter of time before technology with the pace it was moving at, overtook these music devices. Steve knew the next big technology would need to...
remote control lifeguard
Water rescue has taken a new dimension thanks to a new water rescue robot named EMILY which is short for Emergency Integrated Lifesaving Lanyard. Before EMILY’s arrival, the water rescue was a delicate and cumbersome operation where time was of the essence so that lives can be saved. A lot of the workforce was also involved as well as heavy...

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