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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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This Gorilla is so Handsome, Women are Flocking to See Him at the Zoo

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Lockheed Martin Announces a Major Breakthrough in Nuclear Fusion

It sounds like something out of a science fiction movie, with secret laboratories and futuristic technologies, but it’s real – Lockheed Martin’s stealthy Skunk Works division just announced that it...

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Julian Assange on How the TPP is About Corporate Control

"Only five of the 29 chapters are about traditional trade. The others are about regulating the Internet" As negotiations continue, WikiLeaks has published leaked chapters of the secret Trans-Pac...

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42,800 gallons of fracking fluid boiled over — spewing into the streets, sewers and streams of Arlington Texas.

In the incident, 42,800 gallons of fracking fluid — boiling up from thousands of feet underground — spewed into the streets and into Arlington storm sewers and streams. A series of video recording...

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Google's image recognition neural network looks for patterns in pictures & creates extraordinary hallucinatory images

New images released by Google show that machines dream of hypnotic landscapes of buildings, fountains and bridges merging into one. The pictures, which veer from beautiful to terrifying, were cr...

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Google's New Project Is So Insanely Advanced It Will Blow You Away (Video)

If Google has its way, our future will be nothing less than a sci-fi movie. After creeping us out with a robotic cheetah and the Google ‘Glass’, Google is all set to bring forth something really am...

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Laser Device can Diagnose Malaria in 20 Seconds

Despite being a preventable and curable disease, a child dies in Africa every minute from malaria, contributing to a worldwide death toll of a staggering half a million individuals. But scientists ...

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New Single-Dose Malaria Treatment Could Eventually Help Millions

A new drug that stops the malaria parasite in its tracks, and could be delivered in a single dose, has researchers excited about treatment prospects for the disease. The newly discovered synthet...

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Mind-Reading Computer Writes Words with Brain Waves

Imagine a world in which authors can write books in days, not months, using only the power of their minds. This hands-free future could be around the corner: scientists have created software that h...

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New Smart Insulin Patch Could Be a ‘Game Changer’

For many who suffer from diabetes, insulin injections can be a painful and ‘imprecise’ process of keeping their blood sugar levels under control. A new ‘smart’ insulin patch could do away with thes...

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Apple Goes Open-Source

For the second straight year, Apple drew a huge round of applause at its Worldwide Developers Conference for news related to its nascent computer programming language. Swift was introduced at last ...

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Columbia Becomes First U.S. University To Divest From Prisons

Columbia University has become the first college in the United States to divest from private prison companies, following a student activist campaign. The decision means the Ivy League school -- ...

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3 New Kinds of Battery That Just Might Change the World

We used to think that technology was about devices. We were wrong. Those feeble plastic and glass exoskeletons are nowhere near as important as the batteries that power them. Which is why the race ...

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Robot Grocery Store Gives High-Tech Upgrade To Food Shopping

No more long lines at the grocery store - the future of food shopping is getting a high-tech upgrade. Des Moines, Iowa is planning to build a first-of-a kind robotic grocery store as an experime...

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