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World-First Experiment Finds Our Eyes Are Capable of Detecting Individual Photons

Incredible.<p>Our eyes might be more awesome than we ever imagined.<p>A new experiment has shown for the first time that the human eye is capable of …

Menopause reversed as scientists successfully 'rejuvenate women's ovaries'

Scientists have announced they can now reverse the menopause in what is thought to be a major scientific breakthrough.<p>Trials claim to have …

Women's Health

Google uses DeepMind AI to cut data center energy bills

The AI successfully reduced power consumption by 15 percent overall<p>The amount of energy consumed by big data centers has always been a headache for tech companies. Keeping the servers cool as they crunch numbers is such a challenge that Facebook even built one of its facilities on the edge of the …

Mysterious Planet Nine May Be Responsible for the Planets' Weird Orbits

New research suggests that the hypothesized Planet Nine may explain why the orbits of the planets don't align with the Sun.<p>Earlier this year, astronomers made a shocking announcement that there may be a ninth planet orbiting in the far reaches of the solar system. Since then, evidence for Planet …

After shootings, police fear being ‘a public target’ — even at lunch

By Cleve R. Wootson Jr.<p>Cleve R. Wootson Jr.<p>General assignment reporter covering national and breaking news<p>Email Bio Follow<p>When the officer bit into his sandwich during his lunch break Monday, he heard a crunching noise. A few moments later, blood was dripping from his mouth.<p>Investigators with the …

Law Enforcement

Russia Claims It's Building a Nuclear Space Bomber Capable of Striking Any Country in the World

War Zone Expansion: Outer Space<p>Through news site Sputnik, Russia says they are building a robotic mini-shuttle, much like a smaller, …

A century later, science backs some of the crazy ideas in Freud’s book on the interpretation of dreams

Sigmund Freud has a complicated legacy. Many of his theories on human behavior have been proven wrong (or simply naive). But some are making a comeback, thanks to modern science.<p>A recent example is Freud’s theory of dreams—his most well-known and perhaps most infamous work, according to Josie …

Scientists Still Don't Know What Caused The 'Eye of The Sahara'

Probably not aliens.<p>For millennia, the Eye of the Sahara was hiding in plain sight. That's because this huge and mysterious geologic formation is …

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India Just Planted 50 Million Trees In 24 Hours

In the first real show of a $6 billion commitment to reforest India, the country planted nearly 50 million trees in under 24 hours. Suddenly, India’s goal of reducing pollution and reforesting 12% of the country doesn’t look nearly as far-fetched.<p>The 24-hour event took place last Monday, July 11th, …

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Innovative Sci-Fi Space Exploration Game Event [0] Set for September Release

Event [0] Coming This September<p>Event [0], the award-winning sci-fi narrative exploration game in which players must build a relationship with a …

The Pokémon Fad Shows the Unnerving Future of Augmenting Reality

On a recent summer evening, something strange happened in Prospect Park in Brooklyn. As usual, joggers zipped along the edge of Long Meadow and dog …

This Mental Trick Will Make You 3 Times More Charming, According to Science

This clever psychological hack makes it three times more likely you'll leave a good impression.<p>There's a tension at the heart of human psychology -- we love flattery but we hate fakery. Which is both a challenge and and an opportunity for networkers.<p>When meeting a new acquaintance, the best way to …

50 million year old mushroom found trapped in amber

A 50 million year old mushroom has been found trapped in amber, the first ever discovered.<p>The Eocene fungus was captured in time alongside the exoskeleton of a small insect, and the hair of a rodent.<p>Scientists say that the little tableaux gives an fascinating insight into life shortly after the …

Forget the Big Bang, our universe may have formed from a Big Bounce

The universe is in a constant state of expansion and the general consensus is that this began as a ‘Big Bang’ – the universe bursting into existence …

Telescopes catch the aftermath of a black hole swallowing a star

Stargazers recently observed a supermassive black hole destroying a star.<p>Astronomers have observed a supermassive black hole swallowing a star 3.9 billion light years from Earth. The group used the European VLBI (Very Long Baseline Interferometry) network of telescopes, so big it's described as …

Black Holes

Scientists confirm the first instance of water clouds outside our solar system

Artist's conception of how WISE 0855 might appear if viewed close-up in infrared light.<p>A cloudy day here on Earth might be a sign for gloom, but …

A man famous in China for his superhuman memory beat an AI in a facial recognition contest

At a competition in China to see who is better at recognizing faces, man or machine, Wang Yuheng, representing the humans, emerged victorious.<p>Wang is famous in China for his photographic memory. He successfully identified a specific glass of water out of 520 seemingly identical ones in a Chinese …

Watch as NASA's Juno spacecraft gets into Jupiter's orbit Monday, or dies trying

<b>UPDATE: July 4, 2016, 8:55 p.m. PDT</b> Juno is officially in orbit around Jupiter. The engine burn ended right on time, 35 minutes after it began. Read …

Astronomy

China has built a radio telescope the size of 30 soccer fields to look for aliens

China has finished the installation of the world's largest radio telescope, according to reports from state media. The last of the telescope's 4,450 triangular panels was fitted into the dish this weekend, ahead of the telescope's planned launch in September. The Five Hundred Meter Aperture …

Glimpse at future of warfare as engineers reveal plans for 'hypersonic' bomber that can outrun missiles

Breath-taking footage showing the future of military technology, has been released ahead of this year's Farnborough International Airshow.<p>Engineers …

Watch Microorganisms Play 'Pac-Man' for Science

The maze-like maps of 'Pac-Man' capture microorganism habitats better than traditional Petri dishes.<p>I still remember marveling when I was a kid at the LCD watches in the 1980s that let you play <i>Pac-Man</i>—at the time, I couldn't imagine anything smaller was possible. But researchers at the University …

How research into glowing fungi could lead to trees lighting our streets

Bioluminescence, the peculiar ability of some organisms to behave like living night-lights, could be the key to some remarkable advances<p>On a moonless night deep in a Brazilian rainforest the only thing you are likely to see are the tiny smears of light from flitting fireflies or the ghostly glow of …

Researchers Spotted Something Very Strange in the Sands of Mars

No, it’s not aliens writing messages in the sand. But there <i>is</i> something weird happening on Mars’ surface—and it’s something that hasn’t been seen …

Philippines president Rodrigo Duterte urges people to kill drug addicts

Duterte, 71, won power in a landslide after a campaign dominated by threats to kill tens of thousands in a war on crime

Rodrigo Duterte

Top 10 Green Home Improvements Plus Their Costs – DIY Green Living Ideas

In today’s fractured world it is next to impossible to find one thing on which everyone agrees, but Eco-friendly home improvement choices are one of …

Meet the Moringa Tree, an Overqualified, Underachieving Superfood

Federal Highway 200 snakes some fourteen hundred miles down the Pacific coast of Mexico, past volcanoes, craggy mountains, pitchfork cacti, and cattle ranches with skulls on their barbed-wire fences. Somewhere between Tepic and Tapachula, the road reaches Nueva Agua Caliente, a town named for its …

Laser uranium enrichment technology may create new proliferation risks

A new laser-based uranium enrichment technology may provide a hard-to-detect pathway to nuclear weapons production, according to a forthcoming paper …