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An Inside looks at the Tesla Factory,Tesla worth 113 year old Company

<b>An Inside looks at the Tesla Factory – A 14-year-old Tesla is now worth more than 113-year-old Ford Motor Company</b><p>Tesla does not often let cameras …

An Oxford University professor explains how maths could prove that time doesn’t exist

Marcus du Sautoy, mathematician and author of The Great Unknown, explained how mathematics could prove that time doesn't exist.<p>He told Business Insider: "If you take the laws of physics, it is actually possible to write all of these laws to take time out of the equation.<p>"So maybe time is just a …

Mathematics

World's Largest Dinosaur Footprints Found in Australia

A team of scientists has found some of the world’s largest dinosaur footprints in northwestern Australia, measuring nearly 5 feet 9 inches in …

Paleontology

Most Of What We Know About Dinosaurs Was Disproven In Five Minutes

Despite being dead for millions of years, our love affair with dinosaurs, as a culture, will likely be immortal. We dress up like them to do stunts on jet skis, we obsess over fossils, but what we know in the broad sense is static. After all, what could change?<p>A lot, it turns out. The New York …

Paleontology

NASA Plans To Turn The Largest Object in Our Solar System into a Telescope

A Solar Scope<p>Each day we get closer to exploring farther reaches of our solar system and universe. We have come incredibly far and seem to make …

Universe

A hacker reveals the most secure thing you can do to your passwords

It's very difficult to come up with and remember unique passwords for every single login. Cyber security expert Kevin Mitnick — author of the book "The Art of Invisibility"— explains why you shouldn't even try to come up with your own passwords, and what you should do instead.<p><b>Follow Tech Insider:</b>On …

Cybersecurity

Plummet from space with this Tim Peake VR experience

When Tim Peake returned from the International Space Station (ISS) in June 2016 he was carried by the Soyuz TMA-19M space capsule. He was crammed …

Space Exploration

Scientists Have Created an Artificial Retina Implant That Could Restore Vision to Millions

Clinical trials set to begin this year.<p>Scientists have developed a retinal implant that can restore lost vision in rats, and are planning to trial …

Cell Biology

NASA Just Released the First Images of the Trappist-1 System

First Look At Trappist-1<p>NASA has just released the first raw data from the Kepler telescope’s time observing Trappist-1. While the barely-animated …

Astronomy

Exoplanets named after beer

In the "Golden Age" of finding planets where life may exist, scientists have named newly-discovered exoplanets after beer. CNN"s Erin McLaughlin reports.

Planets

This telescope can see a car on the Moon — here’s what it could find in space

In 2016, the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope achieved "first light" on its new optics system, shooting four lasers into the sky for the first time. Their next telescope can do even more, and has an even more impressive name: the "European Extremely Large Telescope."<p><b>Follow Tech</b> …

Telescopes

MIT And Harvard Use Algorithm To Take Real Snapshots From Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole

Most of us have seen quite a lot of celestial bodies, stars, almost any kind of interstellar cloud of dust, hydrogen, helium and other ionized gases… …

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope discovered a stunning 'hybrid galaxy'

The hybrid galaxy, UGC 12591, is located at a distance of 400 million light-years in the westernmost region of the Pisces–Perseus Supercluster.<p>An …

This Wild New Supersolid Is Three States of Matter at Once

You learn about three or four phases of matter in school—solids, which have a shape and volume, liquids, which have a volume only, and gases and …

Forget about Mars for a minute: Let's talk about these rad moon missions

While the 2030s might be owned by missions to Mars, the 2020s belong to the moon.<p>A number of companies and nations are now planning to send crewed …

An End to Aging: Can Science Allow Humans to To Become Immortal?

Aging — a Law or a Suggestion?<p>The inevitability of aging may be no more than yet another biological theory that scientific advances will retire in …

Singularity

Pluto’s Apparent Planethood

<i>New stories about the former planet Pluto popped up in my news feed again this week. It has now been over a decade since the definition of what</i> …

Solar System

Black Hole to Be Photographed in 2017

Here’s an interesting photography first that is set to happen in 2017: scientists are planning to capture the first ever photo of a black hole’s …

NASA Released Its Software for Free. Here's What You Need to Download.

Who Doesn’t Like Free Stuff?<p>NASA has just released its 2017-2018 software catalog, and everything is available for free download, without any royalty …

Freebies

Your internet speeds will be insanely fast when 5G arrives

When the 5G wireless standard hits the mainstream, our home internet speeds have the potential to be so fast that we'll be downloading 4K movies, games, software, and any other large form of content at a fraction of the time we're used to.

Wi-Fi

Android Studio 2.3 has a bunch of improvements for app developers

Android app developers now have a new version of Google’s Android Studio tools to check out. The company released the new 2.3 version earlier this week, and Google says that it concentrates on offering improvements to the tools, although there are a few small new features thrown in as well.<p>In case …

Android News

Watch Live: NASA Makes a Major Announcement About a New Space Discovery

NASA on Wednesday will make a major announcement about a new discovery it made “beyond our solar system.”<p>The national space agency said in a news …

Planets

Explore Nasa's TRAPPIST-1d exoplanet discovery in glorious 360-degree VR

Nasa recently revealed it had spotted seven Earth-like exoplanets orbiting around the nearby TRAPPIST-1 star, 40 light years away.<p>Nasa discovers …

Astronomy

Jupiter's South Pole Swirls with Cyclones in Stunning NASA Photo

The JunoCam instrument on NASA's Juno spacecraft, circles the huge planet sending massive amounts of data back to Earth for scientific study.<p>The …

Vintage NASA Pictures Get New Life in Vibrant Color

An Irish photographer is colorizing photos from the space race to show how the past really looked.<p>NASASOURCE: Matt Loughrey<p>In 2015, NASA released a trove of nostalgic photographs documenting the American-Soviet space race of the 20th century: beaming astronauts preparing for their missions, tense …

Elon Musk: Tesla Will Pay for Damages Caused by Hero Driver

In an amazing Autobahn maneuver on Monday, Tesla Model S driver Manfred Kick saved the life of 50-year-old man who lost consciousness behind the …

Tesla

No thanks to the new science thing

I don’t need a new organ or a new continent<p>It often seems a parade of researchers are trying to foist new things I don’t want on me: a new organ, a new planet, a new dwarf planet, a new continent.<p>I would like to respectfully decline. No, thank you, I have quite enough continents already.<p>A group of …

Earth Science

The Most Bullshit Missions to Mars, Ranked

For decades, Mars has entranced humans, including Matt Damon. Our cosmic neighbor, located some 34 to 249 million miles away, is an enticing …

What Is The Universe's Third Most Common Element?

In the earliest stages of the Universe, it was too hot to form neutral atoms or even atomic nuclei, as they’d immediately be blasted apart by a collision. By time the Universe had expanded and cooled enough that we could form stable nuclei, things were sparse enough that we wound up with 75% …

Universe

German watchdog tells parents to destroy Wi-Fi-connected doll over surveillance fears

A German government watchdog has ordered parents to “destroy” an internet-connected doll for fear it could be used as a surveillance device. According to a report from <i>BBC News</i>, the German Federal Network Agency said the doll (which contains a microphone and speaker) was equivalent to a “concealed …

Surveillance