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NASA Is About to Create The Coldest Temperature in The Universe, Using Lasers in Space

We can't deal with the awesomeness.<p>In the quest for ever-colder temperatures, NASA is sending an apparatus to the International Space Station that …

Quantum Physics

Earth's Interior

Learn about the layers inside the Earth, inaccessible to humans.<p>Inside the Earth<p>The Earth's interior is composed of four layers, three solid and one liquid—not magma but molten metal, nearly as hot as the surface of the sun.<p>The deepest layer is a solid iron ball, about 1,500 miles (2,400 …

Earth Science

Watch Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard try to pass Velociraptor off as a 'service animal' in hilarious video

People who bring pets onto planes under the condition of them being “service” or “comfort” animals have received some flack in the news these days. …

Jurassic World

Newfound Space Object With A Peculiar Orbit Points To The Elusive Planet Nine

Known as 2015 BP519, this rocky body is big enough to be a dwarf planet and has landed into a tilted orbit that can only be explained through the …

Astronomy

Famous Neutron Star Just Glitched in a Huge Way

On November 8, 2017, a spinning neutron star inside one of the most studied objects in the sky “glitched” more than it had ever glitched before.<p>Back …

Universe

19 Recipes That Prove "Eggs for Dinner" Should Be a Weekly Thing

At some point in the long history of… well, eating... it was determined that eggs would primarily be a breakfast food. And we’re not …

Cooking

100 species discovered as scientists find new ocean zone

An ocean zone nobody knew existed, which is home to more than 100 new species, has been discovered by Oxford University.<p>The Rariphotic Zone, or rare light zone, extends from 226 feet (130m) to 984ft (300m) and joins five other areas which have distinct biological communities living and growing …

Oxford University

Physicists Just Found Time Crystals in a Common Item You Can Buy at The Toy Store

Whoa.<p>Characteristics of mysterious time crystals have been found in the most unexpected place you'd ever think to look - a compound found in …

Quantum Mechanics

Johann Carl Friedrich Gauß Changed History With His 17-Sided Shape

He famously called math "the queen of the sciences."<p>Monday’s Google Doodle honors Johann Karl Friedrich Gauß, a math super-genius who, assuming …

Mathematics

Amazing video of cells moving within an organism

Scientists combined multiple imaging technologies to deliver an unprecedented 3D view inside the body of crawling cancer cells, spinal cord circuit …

Imaging

'Gene map for depression' sparks hopes of new generation of treatments

A 200-strong team of researchers from across the globe have mapped the genetic variants that increase the risk of depression<p>Scientists have raised hopes for more effective treatments for depression, a condition that affects over 300 million people globally, after mapping out the genetic foundations …

Depression

Move Over, Double Helix: A New Form of DNA Has Just Been Discovered

This is the first time it's ever been seen in a living cell.<p>When we learn about human genetics in high school biology class, one of the most basic …

Genetics

Neurosurgeon Eric Leuthardt: ‘An interface between mind and machine will happen’

The US researcher – and sci-fi author – on how brain implants will drive the next turning point in human evolution<p><b>Dr Eric C Leuthardt, 45, is a neurosurgeon at Washington University in St Louis. He is also the co-founder of NeuroLutions, a research laboratory developing direct</b> <b>interfaces between</b> …

Singularity

Flu virus finally sequenced in its native form

NEWS<p>Direct sequencing of RNA molecules such as virus genomes could help to unpick role of mysterious chemical modifications in genetic material.<p>Ewen …

Alexa templates make it easy to craft your own skills

If you've ever thought to yourself "I wish Alexa can host trivia night" or "I'll bet Alexa can get people to laugh at my lame jokes," then you'll love Amazon's new offering. The e-commerce giant has launched Alexa Skill Blueprints, a collection of templates you can use to create skills without …

The first "cell-free" CRISPR tech is here to personalize cancer treatment

A single technology can help kill superbugs, slow cancer’s growth, and potentially help us end world hunger. No, it’s not magic. It’s science — …

The Quantum Race the United States Can’t Afford To Lose

The quantum race is on, and the stakes are high. The winner will gain a military and intelligence edge, as well as a first mover advantage in what is …

Top 10 Hollywood Obese Celebrities

Today we are going to present a list of 10 Hollywood Obese celebrities – the ten good looking celebrities who got fat.<p>10- Val Kilmer<p>Val Kilmer is an …

Ten celebrity pairs who look so freakily alike they could be twins - BBC Three

Declan Cashin10 April 2018<p>It's unlikely that ordinary people will ever find their doppelganger - it's approximately a one in 135 chance you even have one, according to some experts.<p>But it appears the odds aren't as low when it comes to matching up celebrity lookalikes.<p>Take the example of actors …

Scientists at CERN discover “colour” of antimatter

Measuring the structure of antimatter could help us unlock the secrets of the universe<p>In a world first, researchers at CERN have measured the …

A Weird Marijuana Syndrome Can Only Be Treated by Quitting and Hot Showers

Doctors are only now learning about this mysterious illness.<p>Marijuana is enjoying an unprecedented level of acceptance in the United States, but …

The CDC is terrified of these germs, so it's trying to contain them

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) can't stop microbes from mutating and becoming resistant to even our strongest drugs. But it is …

CRISPR Is Already Changing Our World, Here's How

Deleting heart conditions out of embryos.<p>Even if you have no idea how it works or what the letters stand for, chances are you've at least heard of …

Cases Of 'Nightmare Bacteria' Reported In Texas: CDC

A CDC study found that the antibiotic resistant germs can "spread like wildfire" and result in infections that are impossible to …

9 Financial Planning Terms You Should Know by the Time You’re 40

If you haven't started thinking about your financial and retirement future and your 40th birthday is creeping up, it's time to get started ASAP. One …

Chewiest Brownies Recipe

"Rich chocolate chewy brownies, not cakey at all!"<p>Ingredients<p>1 cup unsweetened cocoa powder<p>1/2 cup melted butter<p>2 cups white sugar<p>2 eggs<p>1/4 teaspoon …

Things Nobody Warns You About Being a Millionaire

You would think at least you wouldn't have money problems but, for some, not even that is true.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Being a millionaire is a dream for many people, and is seemingly unattainable for some. The fact is that you only ever hear about these …

Scientific journal officially retracts controversial CRISPR study

Last year, a study published in the journal <i>Nature Methods</i> caused controversy in the scientific community after claiming to find over 100 unintended …

24 Astronomy Facts You Never Learned in School

From a bar in the clouds to finding more water from the Moon, outer space is constantly surprising us.<p>When you look up at the sky and see the sun …

A man in the UK has contracted the first case of untreatable 'super-gonorrhoea' after an encounter with a woman in south-east Asia

The first case of untreatable super-gonorrhoea has been reported in the UK.<p>A man contracted the sexually transmitted disease, believed to be the first case in the world to resist antibiotic treatment, after "sexual contact" with a woman in Southeast Asia.<p>The man's case was described in a report …

Public Health