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Is The Universe Conscious?

The history of science — in particular the physical sciences, like physics and astronomy — can be told as the incremental realization that there is large-scale coherence in the universe.<p>By large-scale coherence, I mean that some of the same physical laws hold at scales as diverse as the atom and …

Physics

Aliens from another dimension might have created our universe, according to a speculative new study

Does humanity exist to serve some ultimate, transcendent purpose?<p>Conventional scientific wisdom says no. As physicist Lawrence Krauss puts it in his latest book, our evolution on this planet is just a "cosmic accident". If you believe otherwise, many would accuse you of suffering from some kind of …

Dark Matter

Científicos desarrollan transistor que actúa como una neurona cerebral

Un grupo de investigadores de la Universidad de Ciencias Electrónicas y Tecnología de China y la Universidad Tecnológica de Nanyang en Singapur, han …

How we overlook the possibility of aliens and their intelligence being manifested in the quantum realm

Lately, there have been some educated guesses on how alien life is not just presented in the physical form we all know from sci-fi, but how we …

This Scientist Has Come Up With A Mathematical Model For A Time Machine

After some serious number crunching, a UBC researcher has come up with a mathematical model for a viable time machine.<p>Ben Tippett, a mathematics and …

Scientist Discovered a Catfish Gene, When activated in a Rodent Brain, Can Sense Electromagnetic fields

Scientist in Baltimore has discovered a catfish gene that, when activated in a rodent brain, can sense electromagnetic fields. There are numerous …

Timbre is a totally free app for editing video and audio

Good audio and video editing tools are somewhat hard to come by on mobile — a sentiment shared by app developer Xeus. The dev was prompted to create the Timbre: Cut, Join, Convert mp3 app after failing to find a “decent” tool for doing the same in the Play Store. And what Xeus has come up with is …

Apps

Scientists Achieve Direct Counterfactual Quantum Communication For The First Time

Communication without particle transmission.<p>Quantum communication is a strange beast, but one of the weirdest proposed forms of it is called …

An App That Allows You To Identify Any Plant With A Picture

<i>Shazam</i> changed our music lovin' lives by allowing us to find out the artist or title of virtually any song playing by letting the app "listen" and …

There's new evidence that a 'party drug' is a rapid-fire treatment for depression

Yet for decades, physicians and psychiatrists have been doling out the same treatments to people with depression, even though research suggests they don't work that well for everyone. These treatments typically include a combination of talk therapy and antidepressant medication — two approaches …

Depression

New type of cell that clears waste from the brain discovered

Scientists have found a previously unknown type of cell that clears waste away from the brain. They suggest that their findings will increase our …

A new way to fake photosynthesis could help put CO2 back where it belongs

Scientists at the University of Central Florida have discovered a method for triggering artificial photosynthesis using a synthetic material — …

Talking to the Nail Artist Creating Weed Manicures That Actually Smoke

So far, she's paid homage to Snoop Dogg and Jimi Hendrix in nail art form.<p>Author:<p>Publish date:<p>Weird Beauty Shit goes viral on the internet all the …

Snoop Dogg

'Danger Zone' turns the best part of 'Burnout' into a full game

It's been nine long years since we had a proper <i>Burnout</i> game. But when <i>Paradise</i> launched back in 2008 it didn't come with the franchise's trademark Crash Mode, the arcadey feature that tasked players with hurtling themselves through an intersection to cause as big of a car accident as possible. That …

Police will scan every fan's face at the Champions League final

If you're headed to the UEFA Champions League final in Cardiff on June 3rd, you might just be part of a massive experiment in security -- and a privacy uproar. South Wales Police are conducting a face recognition trial that could scan every one of the 170,000 visitors expected to show up in the …

Street Fighter 5 players notice Islamic chants in new Buddhist temple stage (update)

A big cultural error that games have made before<p>A new stage in <i>Street Fighter 5</i> has already been mysteriously removed from the game, according to players on Steam and Reddit. After launching just yesterday, the “Temple Hideout” stage has been pulled from sale without warning.<p>On both the PlayStation …

To Save Florida's Famous Oranges, Scientists Race to Weaponize a Virus

Florida’s citrus growers are running out of time. Since 2005, when a deadly disease called citrus greening first showed up in the state, they’ve been …

Ecstasy Could be Made Legal Within Next 5 Years

One of the major party drugs to emerge from the past 20 years may be about to made legal. In various studies across the country, researchers have …

FDA

Scientists capture first ever image of dark matter web that connects galaxies

For the first time ever, scientists have captured an image of a dark matter bridge, confirming the theory that galaxies are held together by a cosmic …

Dark Matter

Octopus And Squid Evolution Is Officially Weirder Than We Could Have Ever Imagined

They edit their own genes!<p>Just when we thought octopuses couldn't be any weirder, it turns out that they and their cephalopod brethren evolve …

Blizzard Offers Original StarCraft For Free

The original game completely free and only a 1.5GB download. Most game patches are larger than that!<p>PCMag reviews products independently, but we may …

Star Wars Battlefront 2 officially announced

More details at Star Wars Celebration<p><i>Star Wars</i> <i>Battlefront 2</i> is the name of the next Battlefront game, publisher Electronic Arts announced today.<p>Executives at EA have been publicly discussing plans for a sequel to EA DICE’s <i>Star Wars Battlefront</i> since the day before the game launched in November …

Chivalry: Medieval Warfare is free on Steam

Grab it before it’s gone<p>Torn Banner Studios’ first-person combat game <i>Chivalry: Medieval Warfare</i> is currently available for free for via Steam. That promotion — intended to drum up interest in the sequel, <i>Mirage: Arcane Warfare</i> — is only available today.<p><i>Chivalry: Medieval Warfare</i> is available to …

Medieval

Nasa to launch a space LASER that will provide internet 100 times faster than current broadband within two years

A powerful laser shining up into space will soon transmit data between the Earth and the International Space Station.<p>The Laser Communications Relay …

Space Exploration

These AI bots created their own language to talk to each other

A next step in the development of artificial intelligence.<p>It is now table stakes for artificial intelligence algorithms to “learn” about the world around them. The next level: For AI bots to learn how to talk to each other — and develop their own shared language.<p>New research released last week by …

The End of the Universe as We Know It

What if the world around us is just a shadow of reality? Imagine, for example, that you wake up one cold winter morning and look out your window to find that the view is completely obscured by beautiful ice crystals, forming strange patterns on the glass. You might see something like the image …

Physics

Why Do We Die?

It is tempting to set up religion against science in any discussion of life, death, and purpose. But religion and science are different kinds of …

Biology

Harvard Scientists Say Aliens May Be Using Giant Radio Beams To Travel The Cosmos

Thousands of civilizations could be flying on interstellar sails.<p>Two Harvard University scientists are suggesting that mysterious fast radio bursts, detected in faraway galaxies, may be evidence of aliens traveling through the cosmos.<p>FRBs are extremely bright flashes of radio waves that last for …

Universe

Nanowire retinal implant could restore sight with better resolution

Advances in bionic eyes over the past few decades have given blind and visually impaired people new hope of restoring some of their vision. Now …