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Johnny Depp Does Amazing Donald Trump Impression on ‘Ellen’: Watch!

He totally nails it! <b>Johnny Depp</b> sat down with <b>Ellen DeGeneres</b> to talk about his amazing transformation into <b>Donald Trump</b> in his recent Funny or Die …

Donald Trump

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Scientists discover oral sexual encounters in spiders - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

Matjaz Gregoric, a research associate at the Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (ZRC SAZU), Jovan Hadzi …

Poop Transplants: Why And -- Cringe -- How Doctors Perform Them

The poop transplant procedure could be taking on new applications in the wake of a new study. Here's why this research is so important.<p>Poop …

Physicists Built a Single-Atom Engine and It Actually Works

It's the smallest working engine ever created and produces roughly the same amount of energy as your car.<p>Physicists have just built the smallest working engine ever created. It's a heat-powered motor barely larger than the single atom it runs on. Designed and build by a team of experimental …

Physics

Celebrites, for all their many qualities, are not generally the best people to be taking science advice and wisdom from.<p>Perhaps it's unfair to expect …

What is deja vu? Scientists probe causes behind mystery sensation of familiarity

Most people have experienced the strange, overwhelming feeling of deja vu at some point in their life, scientists say. The expression, which comes …

The Human Body's Complicated Relationship With Fungi

When it comes to the trillions of microorganisms that inhabit our bodies, bacteria get almost all the attention.<p>Changes in our resident microbiota and their collective genome — called the microbiome — have been linked with a wide range of diseases, from various forms of arthritis to depression. At …

Medicine

Tree of life shows that trees are a rarity | Ars Technica

A new tree of life shows that a poorly understood group of bacteria is enormous.<p>Despite the best efforts of Walt Disney and Elton John, it is the …

Biology

10 things in tech you need to know today

<b>1. An Israeli company named Cellebrite may be helping the FBI unlock an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.</b> The company has a forensic security division.<p><b>2. Google is planning a massive expansion of its data center empire.</b> It's expanding the Google Cloud Platform to 12 more regions …

Google Glass

Entanglement: Gravity's long-distance connection

When Albert Einstein scoffed at a “spooky” long-distance connection between particles, he wasn’t thinking about his general theory of …

Quantum Mechanics

Powerful flagship phones and VR dominate the biggest day of Mobile World Congress 2016

The show hasn't even opened yet, but there's a lot of new stuff to see.<p>It's the day before Mobile World Congress 2016 officially starts in Barcelona, but there's already plenty of exciting new products to behold.<p>Sunday, Samsung revealed its new Galaxy phones, the S7 and S7 Edge and LG debuted the …

Virtual Reality

China Is Headed for a Debt Meltdown Like the U.S. in 2008 -- But Worse

World attention has focused in recent months on an acute refugee crisis occasioned by the mass migration to Europe of hundreds of thousands now fleeing the Syrian civil war. Less noticed has been another refugee crisis at least as ominous as that underway in the Middle East and Europe -- the …

Economics

Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs: Harvard Physicist Lisa Randall on the Astounding Interconnectedness of the Universe

A thrilling cosmological detective story of how the universe evolved and what made our very existence possible.<p>Every successful technology of thought, be it science or philosophy, is a time machine — it peers into the past in order to disassemble the building blocks of how we got to the present, …

World’s toughest animal has tons of foreign DNA - Futurity

Scientists were shocked to find tons of foreign DNA in the genome of tardigrades, the only animal known to survive the extreme environment of outer …

A breakthrough may make the mega flow battery commercially viable in the near future

With renewable power becoming more common, researchers are increasingly focused on figuring out how to safely store and discharge large amounts of energy. Expensive lithium-ion batteries don't do this well. Flow batteries, on the other hand, show a lot of promise — and a new design from researchers …

Clean Energy

‘Bankrupt’ 50 Cent stashes wads of $100 bills in his refrigerator

Rapper 50 Cent says he’s penniless — yet keeps a dozen bundles of $100 bills in his refrigerator.<p>The cold, hard cash shares shelf space with a bottle …

Urban Culture

Gaming pays off for two teenagers

<b>Many parents look at their teenage boys glued to their games consoles and computer screens and worry about their future.</b><p>The mothers of Henrique Dubrugras and Pedro Franceschi aren't worrying any more.<p>The two Brazilian teenagers used to spend about a third of their day on screens, but for them it …

Stanford University

Console game Titanfall to spawn a series of freemium mobile games

Partnership between developer Respawn Entertainment and free-to-play firm Nexon sees both invest in mobile studio that makes the games<p>First-person shooter Titanfall made a big impact when it stomped on to PC and Xbox consoles in 2014. Now the game is squeezing its giant mechanised armoured …

Titan Fall

Deleting genes could boost lifespan by 60 per cent, say scientists

The secret of extending life by decades may lie in switching off certain genes, scientists believe, after showing that small genetic tweaks can make organisms live 60 per cent longer.<p>Ten years of research by the Buck Institute for Research on Ageing and the University of Washington has identified …

Rerouted nerves let paralyzed people use hands - Futurity

By connecting healthy nerves to damaged ones, surgeons have restored hand and arm movements to patients who have suffered a spinal cord injury to the …

Spinal Cords

Vizio's stunning Reference Series 4K TV is now available starting at $6,000

The TV that Vizio has spent years working on is finally here: today the company officially launched its Reference Series, the most advanced television that Vizio has ever produced, and one that showcases new technologies like Dolby Vision that dramatically enhance the viewing experience. Vizio …

Gear & Gadgets

Atlas Rocket Lifts Off In Florida, Delivering A Spectacular Sky Show

It was a routine launch for the Atlas V booster, which was carrying a Mexican satellite into orbit as it lifted off from Florida's Cape Canaveral on Friday morning. But the rocket's expanding exhaust plume was anything but ordinary.<p>Florida Today reports: "The rocket bolted from Launch Complex 41 …

Space Exploration