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  • Robots Made This Factory’s Production Soar

    Robots Made This Factory’s Production Soar Robots are without a doubt the future of humanity. Automation has been around for some time, but it’s becoming increasingly more spread throughout our entire lives. It’s now all up to us how we implement it. The reason for this is robots are far more efficient than people when […]

  • Lazy Ants Are What Make Colonies Productive

    Lazy Ants Are What Make Colonies Productive Lazy ants are something that you don’t hear quite often, right? But as it turns out, not all ants are industrious and work-obsessed with work, as they are made out to look. Lazy ants do exist, while some are more hard-working than others. And according to a new […]

  • Face Detection Systems Are Increasingly Common in China

    Face Detection Systems Are Increasingly Common in China Face detection systems are something out of sci-fi movies, right? Well, they might have been in the past, but they surely make up the present, especially in China. Why in China, you may ask? Well, because their government doesn’t seem to mind or bother itself with things […]

  • Time Travel Disproved By Pear-Shaped Nuclei

    Time Travel Disproved By Pear-Shaped Nuclei Time Travel may be put on hold indefinitely because of a new discovery made in the world of science – pear-shaped nuclei. These asymmetrical nuclei were first observed back in 2013 by the researchers at CERN in the Radium-224 isotope. It was also discovered to be the case with the […]

  • Neil deGrasse Tyson Gives Advice On How To Handle An Irrational Administration

    Neil deGrasse Tyson Gives Advice On How To Handle An Irrational Administration Neil deGrasse Tyson was considered by some to be the perfect candidate for the next presidential elections. But the famed astrophysicist and pop-culture icon said on numerous occasions: “No. No. Uh, nooo.” But this doesn’t mean that he doesn’t have some sound advice for […]

  • Secret Swastika Remained Hidden Until 1992

    Secret Swastika Remained Hidden Until 1992 Back in 1992, Ökoland Dederow, a landscaping company intern, came across a secret swastika while looking for some irrigation lines via aerial photographs. For decades, this swastika remained a secret, mainly because it was made out of trees, hidden literally in a forest. Made out of larch trees, the swastika was […]

  • DNA Can Store 700 Terabytes of Information In A Single Gram and Scientists Have Done It

    DNA Can Store 700 Terabytes of Information In A Single Gram and Scientists Have Done It DNA is able to store an incredible amount of information. In fact, a bioengineer and geneticist, from Harvard’s Wyss Institute, was able to pack in 5.5 petabits of data, or around 700 terabytes. To be fair, scientists were already able […]

  • Lab-Grown Burgers Are Back With A Vengeance

    Lab-Grown Burgers Are Back With A Vengeance It’s been a while since we haven’t heard anything about lab-grown burgers, or more exactly, lab-grown meat, right? Way back when it appeared, people were voicing their opinion all over the internet about it, but not long after, the story died down. But rest assured because a team […]

  • Las Vegas In The Early 1970’s As Seen Through An Amateur’s Perspective

    Las Vegas In The Early 1970’s As Seen Through An Amateur’s Perspective Las Vegas draws its name from a scout by the name of Rafael Rivera who, in 1821, stopped for water there on his way to Los Angeles from New Mexico via the Old Spanish Trail. In prehistoric times, the area of south Nevada […]

  • Half of All Americans Favor Universal Basic Income

    Half of All Americans Favor Universal Basic Income Universal Basic Income or UBI is something that we will start to hear more often as time goes on. Universal Basic Income is, in a nutshell, a sum of money people will receive for simply existing. And while this idea might seem to some as being a […]