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How Daft Punk’s Robot Helmets Have Evolved Since 2001

Hayes Johnson of Daft Punk fansite The Daft Club has created a detailed history of how Daft Punk’s helmets have evolved from 2001 to today. Using …

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10,000 Books Create a Painting-Like Nature Scene

Built for one of Toronto's Nuit Blanche arts festival, this stunning tower of books, by artist Tom Bendtsen, resembles a nature scene complete with ethereal clouds and a setting sun. His towers, called <i>Conversations</i>, are mean to push the limits of what can be done with books. In this piece, called</i> …

Watch This City Made Out Of Bread As It Decays

In his 2007 book <i>The World Without Us</i>, author Alan Weisman imagines what Earth would be like if humans disappeared today. Your home would give way to natural forces faster than you might think. And 500 years from now, your whole neighborhood would revert back to its pre-human state–most likely a …

Inhabitat's Week in Green: Ekinoid, HDlive ultrasound and the world's lightest electric vehicle

<i>Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.</i><p>It's been an exciting week for green building as Inhabitat reported that some of the world's top architects unveiled plans for high-tech developments with …

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Did life begin before Earth existed?

Two scientists using Moore’s Law to explain the exponential increase in life’s complexity have found that, by this measure, life is older than Earth …

New research on rhythm and source of brain’s slow waves

Scientists probe the source of a pulsing signal in the sleeping brain<p>The brain’s “slow waves” are rhythmic signal pulses that sweep through the brain …

Spacewatch: Will Nasa bag an asteroid?

The most eye-catching feature of Nasa's proposed budget for 2014 is the inclusion of a future unmanned mission to capture a small asteroid and drag …

iPhone 6: Release date, rumours, features and news

By Mark Mayne<p>Update: Apple iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus and Apple watch launched in slew of new products from Apple<p>As widely rumoured, Apple has unveiled …

Africa's Rift Valley from above – in pictures

http://www.theguardian.com/travel/gallery/2013/apr/19/africa-rift-valley-kenya-ethiopia-in-pictures<p>720<p>German photographer Michael Poliza travelled by …

Stonehenge occupied 5,000 years earlier than previously thought

Stonehenge may have been occupied five thousand years earlier than previously thought, archaeologists claim.<p>Excavation of a site just a mile from the stone structure provided what researchers claim is the first firm evidence of continuous occupation from as early as 7,500BC.<p>Earlier evidence had …

Beer, dopamine and brain scans make an intoxicating mix

It's been a long day at work, followed by a long workout. I'm tired, and all I really want is to relax with a beer. I grab one out of the fridge and …

'hunt down jargon and kill it'

<b>What's a good science story?</b><p>A good science story is like any other good story: it has tension and movement; it has conflicts the reader can relate …

Myoglobin: turd of the century?

The greatest turd of the 20th century is currently on show in London's Science Museum. Its heavy brown coils can be found in a glass cabinet on the …