Mads Hyttel

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Time Crystals Break The Continuity Of Time

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Quantum Physics

The Weirdest Senses Animals Have That You Don’t

• Author: Brendan Cole. Brendan Cole Science<br>• Date of Publication: 06.10.16. 06.10.16<br>• Time of Publication: 10:00 am. 10:00 am<p>People like to imagine that …

Surprisingly efficient snail brains could help make robots smarter

How snails think about eating could inform future robot decision-making designs. University of Sussex researchers have discovered that the creatures use just two brain cells for complex decisions: one cell told the snail if it was hungry, while another told it if food was near. Scientists attached …

The Dispute About the South China Sea Is Also a Dispute About History and America's Role

The U.S.S. <i>John C. Stennis</i>, a Nimitz-class nuclear-powered aircraft carrier, plowed through the azure waters of the South China Sea in late April, as …

Insight - As Islamic State is pushed back in Iraq, worries about what's next | Reuters

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As U.S.-led offensives drive back Islamic State in Iraq, concern is growing among U.S. and U.N. officials that efforts to stabilise liberated areas are lagging, creating conditions that could help the militants endure as an underground network.<p>A military vehicle of the Iraqi …

MIT Envisions A Future Without Traffic Lights

Where we’re going, we don’t need signals<p>Intersections are imperfect valves. Car traffic is a haphazard combination of moving bodies, flowing through channels and occasionally stopping to let other streams pass. If you think of traffic, not as people and goods in cars, but as a fluid, it makes no …

Did The Language You Speak Evolve Because Of The Heat?

English bursts with consonants. We have words that string one after another, like angst, diphthong and catchphrase. But other languages keep more vowels and open sounds. And that variability might be because they evolved in different habitats.<p>Consonant-heavy syllables don't carry very well in …

Linguistics