Xodiac and XaeroB are two new additions to the company’s fleet of reusable rockets. The post Masten Unveils Two New Reusable Rockets appeared first on Futurism.
ISOLATE plugs use titanium and aluminum suspended soft in memory foam. The post These Titanium Ear Plugs Will Isolate You From Any Noise appeared first on Futurism.
Proximie enables surgeons to provide virtual assistance from anywhere in the world. The post This Software Helps Doctors Do Surgeries Remotely appeared first on Futurism.
Questioning Assumptions The hunt for extraterrestrial life has involves several key assumptions: life is based on carbon, aliens would be dependent on water, and the planet’s temperature would have to be within the ‘Goldilocks Zone.’ While astronomers may debate the details, there’s one assumption that is almost never questioned: life evolved on a planet orbiting a star.
Out of Our League Imagine sucking up the immense energy output of the Sun by encapsulating it with a vast mega-structure comprising of enumerable solar panels—that is the Dyson Sphere.
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In celebrating the 100th anniversary of the US National Parks Service, Google has offered us the luxury of witnessing the dazzling beauties of nature, in the comfort of our homes!
Daring to Brave the ‘Kraken’ Despite being a moon, Saturn’s natural satellite Titan is remarkably planet-like.
THEY COME IN TWOS Two physicists at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology were able to create diatomic molecules the size of bacteria—like E.coli, for example—proving theories about such molecules were correct.
Fortunate Accident What started as a sudden lab dilemma has turned into a discovery of how to facilitate an organism’s regeneration even in the presence of an infection.
Holy Grail Physicists around the world are on a mad dash to build a nuclear fusion machine that can replicate the Sun’s atom-fusing process and provide everyone with a low-cost, sustainable energy resource—effectively ending our dependence on fossil fuels.
To measure the level of a civilization’s advancement, the Kardashev scale focuses on the amount of energy that a civilization is able to harness.
The Mysterious Blip In May 15, 2015, a strong signal was detected by the RATAN-600 radio telescope in Russia.
Eximus 1 is powered by four 12 V batteries and a 500 W motor. The post This Vehicle Set The Record For Rail-Based Transport appeared first on Futurism.
“People wouldn’t be as motivated to set oil fields on fire” The post WATCH: Bill Nye Explains How the Entire World Can Run on Renewable Energy Right Now appeared first on Futurism.
Blips lets you see the micro-world with a smartphone. The post Meet The World’s Thinnest Set Of Microscopic Lenses appeared first on Futurism.
Growing Back It is common knowledge that science is currently at work growing organs, limbs, eye parts, and other parts of the body that could possibly be damaged and need replacement.
Power of Light The system known as CRISPR has utterly revolutionized gene editing, allowing scientists to manipulate genes in an unprecedented way.
Dangerous Journeys Back in April, Stephen Hawking and Russian space enthusiast Yuri Milner revealed a new initiative meant to probe our closest interstellar neighbor—Alpha Centauri.
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