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31 Feedburner Blogs Fossil From Arabian Desert, 85,000 Years Old, Challenges Our Timeline
Well, well, well...you could say a new and highly significant fossil is really giving the finger to the human evolution and migration timeline once considered all but carved in stone.A discovery in the Arabian desert confirms Homo sapiens had wandered far beyond our ancestral African homeland thousands of years earlier than previously thought.Over the past few years, a number of separate research teams have been turning up evidence, including fossils, artifacts and genetic data, th
Monday, 09 April 2018
32 Feedburner Blogs From Marie Curie to the Demon Core: When Radiation Kills
When we hear the word ?radiation,? we tend to think of atomic bombs (like the ones that fell on Hiroshima and Nagasaki), or environmental mishaps like the three-eyed fish living outside Springfield's nuclear power plant on The Simpsons. But radiation ? a term that refers to the transmission of energy through waves and particles ? is not always a destructive force.?The word radiation is a lot broader than people realize,? says Johnathan M. Links, a medical physicist and professor at Johns
Friday, 23 March 2018
33 Feedburner Blogs From the Overview Effect to "One Strange Rock": A Conversation with Leland Melvin
It's hard to think of any modern human activity that has had more of a multiplicative impact on the imagination than space exploration. To date, a grand total of 562 humans have left the Earth?a trivial fraction compared to the 7.6 billion people currently staying put. Yet the images and stories of astronauts voyaging away from their home planet has transformed popular culture, education, even business and politics.Former NASA astronaut Leland Melvin is a lead agent helping to advance that t
Monday, 02 April 2018
34 Feedburner Blogs Fruit Flies Sure Enjoy Ejaculating
Throughout history we've blushed and called it la petite mort, the sting of pleasure, the balsamic injection, the flood of bliss?the list continues. But let's cut to the chase: I'm talking about ejaculation.It's almost seems as if some deep-seated Puritanical modesty compels us to semantically sidestep addressing this perfectly natural function. Perhaps we're just a bit bashful that it feels really, really good. It's not polite to discuss such scrumptious pleasures publicly.Humans ar
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35 FeedBurner Technology Future Cities Could Be Designed for Drone Delivery
When you think of drone delivery, what comes to mind? Pizzas falling from the sky, crowded skies or maybe you just don't think it'll ever happen? No matter the case, a new video shows what a future with delivery drones might look like.PriestmanGoode, an industrial design agency based in London, released the trailer for "Elevation" ? a film of a drone delivery concept ? at the GREAT Festival of Innovation in Hong Kong earlier this week. The delivery system, called Dragonfly, is  seamlessl
Friday, 23 March 2018
36 Feedburner Blogs Half A Degree Celsius Could Make A Big Difference For Arctic Sea Ice
Two independent studies show how much we need to limit warming to preserve the ice. But we're currently headed on a very different path.Almost every month now we get news of dramatic losses of Arctic sea ice due to human-caused warming ? and last month was no exception. The ice extent in March 2018 turned out to be the second lowest for the month in the satellite record.The best estimates are that unless we significantly reduce our emissions of planet-warming carbon dioxide, the Arctic
Monday, 09 April 2018
37 FeedBurner Technology Hold Off Dyeing Your Hair With Graphene Nanoparticles
Graphene is something of a celebrity in the world of nanoscale materials. Isolated in 2004 by Nobel Prize winners Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov, these ultrathin sheets of carbon atoms are already finding novel uses in areas like electronics, high-efficiency heating systems, water purification technologies and even golf balls. According to recent research published in the journal Chem, hair dyes can now be added to this list.But how safe and responsible is this new use of the c
Tuesday, 20 March 2018
38 Feedburner Blogs Hole-y Cow! Earliest Evidence of Cranial Surgery On Animals
The average cow needs cranial surgery like it needs a hole in the head, but for one ancient bovine, it appears that's exactly what the doctor ordered.Researchers describing a hole in the skull of a Neolithic cow say it's possibly the earliest example of veterinary surgery ? though it may have also been mere practice for performing the procedure on a human patient.Trepanation, or the act of intentionally making a hole in the skull, has a long history in our species (and it's still o
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39 FeedBurner Technology How the USB Taught North Korea to Love K-Pop
A seemingly cheap and ordinary technology may have paved the way for a cultural exchange breakthrough that saw South Korean K-pop idols receive an unprecedented welcome from North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.It was not the first time that democratic South Korea has sent music acts to North Korea as part of diplomatic overtures to the authoritarian regime. In 1999, two pioneering K-pop groups, including the girl group Fin.K.L. and the boy band Sechskies, performed in the North Korean capita
Saturday, 07 April 2018
40 Feedburner Blogs How to Bend A Diamond
Diamond is the hardest natural material, but now scientists have shown that it can bend and stretch, much like rubber, and even elastically snap back into shape ? even if it only happens with diamonds that are very small. Such flexibility could open up a wide new range of applications for diamond, the researchers say.Diamond is extraordinarily hard, meaning it excels at resisting any change to its shape ? that's why a diamond can cut through softer materials and will only be scratched by
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