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Watching magnets morph liquid rocket fuel is hypnotically beautiful

This liquid rocket fuel becomes magnetised when near a magnetic field. So it dances and morphs when magnets are moved around it.<p>It is called ferrofluid and it was invented by NASA's Steve Papell to be a rocket fuel that could work in zero gravity due to its magnetic qualities.<p>Magnet Expert Ltd …

Magnetism

Microsoft releases Xbox Project Scorpio specs - it's the most powerful console ever

Just as promised, <i>Eurogamer</i> has revealed the specs for Microsoft’s upcoming ‘Project Scorpio’ successor to the Xbox One this morning. The specs are straight from Microsoft, so they are official, and presumably final.<p>Needless to say, the console is a beast.<p>Many of the specs we’ve seen thrown around …

No one knows why these humpback whales are organizing, but it can't be good

Humpback whales are up to something weird, and even scientists aren't sure what to make of it.<p>According to <i>Popular Science</i>, the whales have recently …

This solar system of seven Earth-sized planets may be the best place to look for alien life

Many of the planets have the right temperatures needed for hosting liquid water<p>Around 40 light-years away, seven Earth-sized planets have been spotted orbiting closely around a small, ultra-cool star. It’s one of the largest solar systems that’s ever been discovered outside of our own, and it’s a …

Astronomy

Salmonella flags cancer to the immune system when injected into tumours, scientists find

The food poisoning bug salmonella can be injected into tumours to flag cancer to the immune system so that it can be quickly cleared from the body, scientists have shown.<p>Cancer is extremely good at evading the body’s immune system, largely because a tumour is normal tissue which has gone awry, so …

Cancer

Slooh astronomers spot Comet 73P split into two pieces near Earth

On March 16, Comet 73P will be at the closest proximity with Sun.<p>Slooh online observatory's telescope in Chile spotted the nucleus of a comet dubbed …

Sorry, Einstein - Physicists Just Reinforced The Reality of Quantum Weirdness in The Universe

There's no avoiding that "spooky action at a distance."<p>One of the strangest phenomena you're likely to come across in all of science is quantum …

Quantum Mechanics

NASA released new photos of Saturn's rings, and they are *seriously* mysterious and breathtaking

Earth is awesome, thrilling and accommodates us beautifully — let’s hear it for oxygen and water! — but we remain extremely intrigued by what lies …

30-day plan to calm the mind and control your life - TODAY.com

Hoda Kotb's one of the busiest women in television, so it's no surprise one of her goals for the new year was to find a way to care for her mind and feel more organized. To help achieve her goals, Hoda enlisted the help of Angie Johnsey, an RN CHT-hypnotherapist and celebrity mind coach.<p>Closed …

Megyn Kelly

How Breaking One of the Most Basic Physical Laws Might Explain Dark Energy

Fudging the law of conservation of energy offers a new perspective on dark energy.<p>A group of theoretical physicists from France and Mexico has offered a fun new what-if for dark energy, one of physics' most profound outstanding mysteries. As described in the current <i>Physical Review Letters</i>, this …

Physics

Science says these are the men who will make you orgasm

Are you on the hunt for a man who is guaranteed to give you an orgasm every time you have sex?<p>Well, we have good news! A team of scientists have been …

Spotlight on: Hard Rock Hotel Maya Riviera, Mexico

<b>Ultimate escape</b><p>Indulgence means different things to different travellers, and that’s why the new Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya on Mexico’s …

The 7 Bluest Waters in the World, and Where to Find Them

There’s nothing like an idyllic beach screensaver to ignite your wanderlust. The water is so blue it’s hard to imagine somewhere <i>that</i> beautiful …

Beaches

The World's 10 Best Places to Retire

Whether you're just three years into your post-grad life or nearing 59.5 years (the age when you can start withdrawing 401k savings without …

Why don't humans have a penis bone? Scientists may now know

It can be as long as a finger in a monkey. In the walrus, it can be two feet long. But the human male has lost it completely. And researchers are a little stumped.<p>Known as the baculum to scientists with an interest, the penis bone is a marvel of evolution. It pops up in mammals and primates around …

Evolution

Astronomers found evidence for a 'dark' gravitational force that might fix Einstein's most famous theory

Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity predicts so much about the universe at large, including the existence of gravitational lenses or …

Dark Matter

Stephen Colbert mocks idea of Trump inauguration parade

Stephen Colbert doesn’t want to see a Donald Trump victory parade down 5th Avenue in New York City on inauguration day.<p>“We just had the Thanksgiving …

2 Stocks I'll Hold Forever

I'm a huge fan of dividends, but that's not the only thing an investor should be looking at. U.S. steel giant <b>Nucor</b> (NYSE: NUE) and global industrial powerhouse <b>Eaton Corp.</b> (NYSE: ETN) are two companies that possess traits that make them stand out beyond just their dividends, and I plan on never …

Scientists have evolved a remarkable new form of life that can bond silicon to carbon

You're probably already familiar with a few products products that use carbon-silicon, or organosilicon: glues, caulks, and pesticides, to name a few.<p>But the new biological trick, which was forcefully evolved in bacteria, is safer and 15 times more efficient than synthetic, industrial chemistry at …

Chemistry

Geologist uncovers 2.5 billion-year-old fossils of bacteria that predate the formation of oxygen

Somewhere between Earth's creation and where we are today, scientists have demonstrated that some early life forms existed just fine without any …

Fossils

Scientists created a mobile game to help detect the early onset of dementia

In the mobile video game Sea Hero Quest, you play an ocean explorer recovering your aging sailor father’s lost memories. But along the way, you’re also helping advance Alzheimer’s research in the real world.<p>Everything you do becomes a data point for scientists to use later on. You move through …

Dementia

New Antibody Neutralizes Nearly Every HIV Strain

NIH scientists find most potent, wide-reaching HIV antibody so-far known.<p>Researchers at the National Institutes of Health have isolated an antibody from an HIV-positive patient that is capable of neutralizing 98 percent of HIV strains. It's a success rate that makes it easily the most potent, …

Genetic Engineering

An Iconic Physics Experiment Could Unlock a Theory of Everything

The classic double-slit experiment could be the key to uncovering a unified theory of everything.<p>An iconic physics experiment may be the key to unlocking a theory of everything, according to a physicist from the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology. The double-slit experiment, which proves …

Quantum Mechanics

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The latest Rogue One trailer: a breakdown of all its hidden clues

<i>Rogue One</i> already has a teaser and a regular trailer, but the latest (and apparently final) trailer contains a lot of additional new footage. Which is to say it’s stuffed with more clues and hints to obsess over while we wait impatiently for December. Like with the regular trailer, let’s dig in and …

Walt Disney Studios

One of The Physicists Behind The Higgs Boson Has Made an Algorithm to Replace The Pill

It's up to 99.5% effective at stopping pregnancy.<p>One of the physicists who helped find the Higgs boson, Elina Berglund, has spent the past three …

Women's Health
Public Health

Found: An Earth-sized planet 4.2 light years away that could have conditions for life

Pale blue dot, meet pale red dot.<p>Astronomers have spent decades scouring the skies looking for Earth-sized planets around distant stars. And now they've found one, sitting smack in the habitable zone of our nearest stellar neighbor.<p>Proxima b, described Wednesday in the journal Nature, could be one …

One Quality In Men Might Be Even More Attractive Than Good Looks And A Sense Of Humor

Most people would think that if it's not good looks that make a man most attractive to women, then it's definitely a sense of humor.<p>But studies …