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Trump Administration Could Drastically Change US-China Relations

<b>Washington</b>: President-elect Donald Trump appears to mean business when it comes to China. The appointment of Peter Navarro, a trenchant China critic, …

Neuroscience and Buddhism Agree: Consciousness is Everywhere

A new theory in neuroscience suggests consciousness is an intrinsic property of everything, just like gravity.<br>The theory, called Integrated …

Quora Question: Is the U.S. Responsible for Creating ISIS?

<i>Quora Questions are part of a partnership between</i> Newsweek <i>and Quora, through which we'll be posting relevant and interesting answers from Quora</i> …

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DNA-editing breakthrough could fix 'broken genes' in the brain, delay ageing and cure incurable diseases

Scientists have discovered a new way to edit DNA that could fix “broken genes” in the brain, cure previously incurable diseases and potentially even …

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Florida vote on GM mosquito release

<b>Residents in Florida are being asked to vote on a trial of genetically modified mosquitoes on US Election Day.</b><p>The tiny suburb of Key Haven has become the focus for a fierce debate over GM animals.<p>British biotech firm Oxitec wants to evaluate the effectiveness of their engineered mosquitoes for …

Fracking is harmful to health, Scottish Government report says

A series of new reports published by the Scottish Government have revealed damning evidence of the impacts of shale gas fracking in Scotland.<p>The …

Leaked NASA paper suggests the 'impossible' EM Drive really could work

The results of NASA's tests on the 'impossible' EM Drive have been leaked, and they reveal that the controversial propulsion system really does work, and is capable of generating impressive thrust in a vacuum, even after error measurements have been accounted for.<p>The EM Drive has made headlines …

Physics

This Device Uses The Power Of Waves To Make Ocean Water Drinkable

Justin Sonnett and Chris Matthews first came up with the SAROS desalination buoy while at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. They’ve …

North Carolina

World to Lose Two-Thirds of Wild Animals by 2020?

A dramatic new report warns of ecological collapse, though critics say the conclusion is overblown and misleading.<p>An incendiary new report from two major conservation groups predicts dire circumstances for the world's wild animals, warning that two-thirds of vertebrate populations could be wiped …

Study: Humans to wipe out two-thirds of wildlife by 2020

Wild animals are disappearing at an "unprecedented" rate, and humans have already caused their populations to drop nearly 60 percent since 1970, a …

The 28 Best Books on Writing

An Editor's Advice to Writers<p>Betsy Lerner<p>For both established and prospective authors alike, the publishing house can seem like a jungle. Luckily, Betsy Lerner is here to lead a safari, citing her vast collection of experiences as an editor as her field guide. <i>The Forest for the Trees</i> motivates …

These Solar Panels Pull Clean Drinking Water Straight From The Air

“We started this company to provide water to everyone, everywhere,” says Cody Friesen, CEO of Zero Mass Water, the startup making the new solar …

Water

Here's How Artificial Intelligence Is Going to Replace Middle Class Jobs

While transportation, hospitality, and financial services are all industries being disrupted by technology, the next big area poised for massive, …

The Untold Story of the First Atoms in the Universe

Exactly when and how were the original hydrogen atoms destroyed? A new telescope may provide an answer.<p><b>By Aaron Parsons,</b> <i>Associate Professor of</i> …

After our universe's cosmic dawn, what happened to all its original hydrogen?

When our universe first blasted into existence with a Big Bang almost 14 billion years ago, it looked much different than it does today. Instead of …

Is our world a simulation? Why some scientists say it's more likely than not

A swath of technologists and physicists believe that ‘simulation theory’ will be proved, just as it was proved that the Earth was not the center of the universe<p>When Elon Musk isn’t outlining plans to use his massive rocket to leave a decaying Planet Earth and colonize Mars, he sometimes talks about …

Physics

Cosmic rays could support alien life — here’s what that means

Many scientists think an Earth-like planet is our best bet for finding alien life, but new research may have just turned that assumption on its head. …

An oil explorer just made what could be one of the biggest discoveries in the history of Alaska

In a press release on Tuesday the independent exploration and production company said the site could provide up to 200,000 barrels of "light, highly mobile oil" a day. In total the site is expected to hold 6 billion to 10 billion barrels of oil, of which about 2.4 billion are recoverable.<p>The site …

Oil

Where Is the Rest of the Universe?

Most of the universe is made up of "stuff" that is invisible, possibly intangible and interacts with other things only via the force of gravity. Oh, …

Dark Matter

We’re Creating A Protein Bubble That’s Going To Destroy The Planet

Now an investment action group is making a similar case around food production, saying there’s no way we can keep eating meat at the current rate …

Ancient Cannabis 'Burial Shroud' Discovered in Desert Oasis

For the first time, archaeologists have unearthed well-preserved cannabis plants, which were placed on a corpse some 2,500 years ago.<p>Archaeologists are hailing the discovery of an "extraordinary cache" of cannabis found in an ancient burial in northwest China, saying that the unique find adds …

The Hidden Secrets Of Malta's Ancient Temples

The Megalithic temples of Malta are the oldest standing stone structures which remain to us from ancient times. Excellently preserved they dated back …

Archaeology

Here's How Quantum Computing Will Change The World

When the world’s first digital computer was completed in 1946 it opened up new vast new worlds of possibility. Still, early computers were only used for limited applications because they could only be programmed in machine code. It took so long to set up problems that they were only practical for …

New Solar Capture Technique Converts CO2 Into Burnable Fuel

University of Chicago Engineers have built a new type of solar cell that would efficiently convert atmospheric carbon dioxide to fuel—and it achieves …

WATCH: This Simple Triangle Will Change The Way You Think About Maths Forever

Because logarithmic notation is bad.<p>Okay, let's get something straight right off the bat - logarithmic notation in maths is bad and doesn't make a …

Mathematics

Have enough minefields to deal with,don’t want more: RBI governor | business

With his comments often sparking one controversy after another, Reserve Bank governor Raghuram Rajan has said he has got “enough minefields to deal …