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The Insane Milkshakes Worth Traveling Around the World For

The Epic Freak Milkshakes from Pâtissez are exactly like they sound—completely over-the-top confections featuring some of the sweetest ingredients around the world. Milkshake fans have recently taken to Instagram to share the creations to all who can't make it out to the tiny restaurant in …

Milkshake

Could diesel made from air help tackle climate change?

Making diesel out of thin air sounds like something from science fiction.

But small companies in Germany and Canada are doing precisely this - …

Climate Change

World's Most Powerful Camera Will Map The Universe

The Department of Energy has given the go-ahead for construction to begin on the world’s largest and most powerful digital camera. Forming the digital ‘eye’ of the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), to be built at the SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory at Stanford University, the camera will …

Cameras

Alien warship spotted blasting Earth with plasma - before NASA feed cuts out

It’s a scene straight out of really bad science fiction – an alien warship ‘decloaks’ above a helpless planet before unleashing plasma blasts onto …

Aliens

Solar-powered handheld WaterDrop produces cool drinking water in the desert

By 2040, 33 countries are expected to face extreme water stress, according to the World Resources Institute, making the race to develop innovative …

Solar Power

Here's why North Korea's decrepit submarine force still freaks out the South

Tensions have been mounting on the Korean peninsula since a North Korean landmine seriously injured two South Korean soldiers on August 4.

That incident led to spiking tensions between the two countries, culminating in limited artillery exchanges and North Korea's placing of its front-line troops on …

Asia

Getting Banned From The App Store Was The Best Thing That Happened To Us

“Brace yourself, Marco…we’ve just been removed from the App Store.” With those words, I visualized everything we’d slaved over for months crumple itself into a ball of trash and — ironically — flinging itself into the bin beside me. But it hardly came as a surprise.

Despite stellar traction at over …

App Store

Fully Automated Lettuce Factory to Open in Japan - Japan Real Time - WSJ

If you imagine lettuce as a crop planted in a field and tended by farmers, you’re behind the times.

Kyoto-based vegetable factory operator Spread Co. said it will begin construction of what it calls a fully automated large-scale lettuce factory in spring 2016, which will be able to produce 30,000 …

Japan

NASA’s self-healing material can take bullets

‘Terminator-style' material heals itself 0:34

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For astronauts living in space with objects zooming around them at 22,000 miles per hour like …

NASA

Stanford scientists create fly-catching robot that may help speed biomedical research

Bay area researchers have made a new breakthrough in the robot revolution and if you happen to be the subject of their research, you're in for a …

Robots

Robots may eventually replace our Police

With the pace of advancement the artificial intelligence industry is witnessing, it isn’t unreasonable to fear a lot of human jobs will be replaced …

Robots

Oldest Human DNA Reveals Mysterious Branch of Humanity

The oldest known human DNA found yet reveals human evolution was even more confusing than thought, researchers say.

The DNA, which dates back some …

DNA

MIT invents 'breakthrough' 3D printer that can print 10 different materials simultaneously

Researchers from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have made a breakthrough in the field of 3D printing, …

3D Printing

World's oldest wooden statue is TWICE as old as the pyramids: New analysis reveals Shigir Idol is more ancient than first thought

Experts at the Berlin Archaeological Institute have found the famous Shigir Idol, discovered in Siberia in 1890, is 1,500 years older than previously …

Archaeology

Mysterious Russian Statue Is 11,000 Years Old - Twice As Old As The Pyramids

A mysterious wooden idol found in a Russian peat bog has been dated to 11,000 years ago - and contains a code no one can decipher.

The Shigir Idol is …

Archaeology

CAVE

Energy storage megashift ahead

Batteries undergoing testing (Photo: UCL Mathematical and Physical Sciences)

The key role energy storage will play in the electricity grids of the

Energy

Ashley Madison was a bunch of dudes talking to each other, data analysis suggests

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The Ashley Madison hack has revealed a lot of interesting things about the men who used the extramarital affair-finding site, like which …

Ashley Madison

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Tri Alpha Energy reportedly makes important breakthrough in developing fusion reactor

(Phys.org)—A trio of physicists with the Autonomous University of Barcelona has built what they claim is the first artificial magnetic wormhole. In …

Cold Fusion

Here's how the US military spends its billions

The US military is unquestionably the dominant force on the planet.

From the greatest advances in technology to a massive network of military alliances, the US military retains a substantial lead over the militaries of every other country on the planet. And the backbone of this military greatness …

Military

The Evolution of America's Energy Supply (1776 - 2014)

The Evolution of America’s Energy Supply (1776 – 2014)

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) recently released data on the history of America’s …

Energy

Rechargeable batteries with almost indefinite lifetimes coming, say MIT-Samsung engineers

Illustration of the crystal structure of a superionic conductor. The backbone of the material is a cubic-like arrangement of sulphur anions (yellow). …

Batteries

Hammer thrower gets drunk after winning the World Championships, pays for taxi with his gold medal

Polish hammer-thrower Pawel Fajdek nearly threw away his prize for taking first place in the hammer throw at the World Championships in Beijing.

Fajdek won gold for the second time in his career, producing the three longest throws in the event.

After the win, he told the media he planned to celebrate …

Beijing

SmartPlug turns your home into a modern-day Clapper

Home automation, specifically Apple’s HomeKit framework and its compatible accessories, is the latest Thing We’re Supposed to Get Excited About™. And it has a lot of promise for convenience, time-saving, and just generally feeling like you live in the future.

The first HomeKit-compatible smartplug …

Domestic Technology

China stocks crash again but global markets recover

Hong Kong (CNN) — China stocks closed sharply lower Tuesday but the damage was largely contained with most major world markets staging a recovery from Monday's selloff.

The benchmark Shanghai Composite declined 7.6%, while the smaller Shenzhen Composite shed 7.2%. The Shanghai index has now crashed …

Asia

Man dies after being run over by WWII tank on Jelly Belly chairman's property

The husband of Jelly Belly’s chief executive accidentally crushed a man to death with a World War II-era tank during a reunion on the family’s property in Fairfield, Calif., authorities said.

The accident occurred about 2:25 p.m. Saturday afternoon on the property of fourth-generation candy maker …

World War II

Revolutionary new solar windows could generate 50 times more power than conventional photovoltaics

We’ve seen several transparent solar cell concepts on Inhabitat, but perhaps none with such ambitious claims as those made by SolarWindow …

Renewable Energy

California sinking faster than thought, aquifers could permanently shrink

California is sinking even faster than scientists had thought, new NASA satellite imagery shows.

Some areas of the Golden State are sinking more than 2 inches per month, the imagery reveals. Though the sinking, called subsidence, has long been a problem in California, the rate is accelerating …

California Drought

Gorgeous glass objects created with a 3D printer

Researchers from MIT have created a 3D printer that is able to create objects out of glass.

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Once the basics for 3D-printer technology …

3D Printing