Mats Bergsten

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RT @raubrey: Surely the most unfortunate named person in the world. May I present Director of Police Señor Hitler Mussolini. http://t.co/ufOQ6gES

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WATCH: Researchers at MIT develop a bizarre shape-shifting table surface that will blow your mind

Share Email Comments<p>In the future, you’ll be able to touch things through your computer. <b>MIT Media Lab</b> has created a tangible interface that …

Paul Krugman on America’s “mutilated” economy

<b>Paul Krugman (Reuters/Brendan Mcdermid)</b><p>The New York Times columnist says today’s austerity will harm the U.S. well into the future<p>Elias Isquith<p>November 8, 2013 2:15pm (UTC)<p>In his latest column for the New York Times, award-winning economist and best-selling author Paul Krugman laments the potential …

NASA Confirms: Yes, Voyager Has Exited The Solar System

Pushing the frontier of space exploration, Voyager became the first man-made object to leave the solar system. NASA confirmed Thursday that the spacecraft left the solar system more than a year ago, traveling in the space between stars.<p>Voyager 1 first launched into space in 1977 to study the outer …

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How The Human Face Might Look In 100,000 Years

We’ve come along way looks-wise from our homo sapien ancestors. Between 800,000 and 200,000 years ago, for instance, rapid changes in Earth climate coincided with a tripling in the size of the human brain and skull, leading to a flattening of the face. But how might the physiological features of …

Scientists may have discovered the first meteorite from Mercury. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/3ftd This green rock found in Morocco last year may be the first known visitor from the solar system's innermost planet, according to meteorite scientist Anthony Irving, who unveiled the new findings this month at the 44th annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.