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Greetings. We Are From The Future. Everything is going to be alright...

Science behind the photosynthesis bit: "Energy transfer in light-harvesting macromolecules is assisted by specific vibrational motions of the chromophores," said Alexandra Olaya-Castro (UCL Physic...

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Eerie Self-Steering Bullet That Hits Its Target Every Time Created By DARPA

It will no longer be possible to dodge a bullet, as the U.S. Department of Defense has created a "magic bullet." The system has been developed by DARPA’s Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance program, k...

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Forested Austrian Milan Expo Pavilion produces oxygen for 1,800 people an hour

An unexpected forest grows on the former industrial grounds at the 2015 Milan Expo. Occupying a small site for 560 square meters, the miniature forest is no accident of nature—Klaus K. Loenhart and...

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Watch Elon Musk Unveil Tesla's Powerwall, A $3K Battery For Your Home To 'Change The World'

Electric car maker Tesla Motors wants to park its battery technology in homes and businesses across the U.S. Tesla CEO Elon Musk late Thursday unveiled a plan for the company’s batteries to stor...

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Former NASA Engineer Plans To Plant 1 Billion Trees A Year Using Drones

Industrial deforestation is responsible for the destruction of forests worldwide and results in disruptive effects on their ecosystems, including reduced biodiversity, increased soil erosion and th...

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Four in 10 Americans Are Breathing Unhealthy, Polluted Air. Are you?

Here's something to consider before you go for a run on a smoggy day or buy a house near a busy highway. Air pollution remains a "pervasive public health threat" in the U.S., with almost half of...

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Baltimore ‘Bloods’ and ‘Crips’ Call Truce and Unite To Fight Police Brutality

In a move reminiscent of the Los Angeles gang truce during the Rodney King protests, Baltimore area Bloods and Crips have agreed to put aside their rivalry and focus on fighting rogue police office...

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Japanese Researcher Creates Artificial Meat From Human Feces

Some hardcore carnivores have a hard time finding meat alternatives such as soy protein or tofu burgers to be palatable. But non-meat eaters may lose their appetite along with their carnivorous fri...

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New Data Says 49.7 Million Are Now Poor, With 80% of the Total Population Near Poverty

There are nearly 50 million Americans who now live below the poverty line. That translates to 49.7 million total. Furthermore, and just as shocking, nearly 80% of the entire U.S. population is now ...

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Groundbreaking Shoe Expands Five Sizes, Helps Kids In Developing Countries

It's not every day that you run into an invention so genius it makes you say, "Why the heck didn't I think of that?" Well meet the shoe that's set to help millions of barefoot children worldwide by...

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Adidas Wants To Make Shoes And Clothing Using Plastic Garbage From The Ocean

In an effort to bolster its commitment to sustainability, Adidas announced on Monday that it would begin developing materials out of plastic ocean waste to ultimately use in its products. In a p...

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The world’s first hologram protest held in Spain (Video)

A protest group pulled off an undeniably futuristic stunt this weekend in Spain: they sent thousands of holograms parading past the lower house of the country’s parliament. The augmented reality...

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Self-Sufficiency: Urban Farm Bears Financial Freedom For Pasadena Family (Video)

Always wanted to grow your own vegetable but were concerned about the outcome? The Dervaes family from Los Angeles comes to put an end to any doubts you might have, setting an example to anyone...

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This Farmer Asked Oil And Gas Commissioners To Drink Fracking Water

Last week in Nebraska, a farmer spoke at a meeting for the Nebraska Oil and Gas Commission, where the board was hearing comments from the community about approving fracking operations in the area. ...

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Computer Program Diagnoses Cancer

In recent years, researchers have figured out that the constellation of diseases known as cancer is in fact hundreds of distinct diseases. Though each one may manifest itself a little differently, ...

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