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SpaceX may still rocket 2 mystery customers around the moon — here's what Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell says the trip could be like

In February, SpaceX successfully test-launched a Falcon Heavy rocket, making it the world's most powerful operational launch system.<p>As proof of its oomph, Falcon Heavy's maiden flight shot Musk's cherry-red Tesla Roadster— with a spacesuit-clad "Starman" dummy in the driver's seat — toward …

Space Exploration

Physicists Say They've Created a Device That Generates 'Negative Mass'

Say what?<p>Physicists have created what they say is the first device that's capable of generating particles that behave as if they have negative …

What To Expect in 2017 From AMD, INTEL, NVIDIA, XILINX And Others For Machine Learning

Without a doubt, 2016 was an amazing year for Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI). I have opined on the 5 things to watch in AI for 2017 in another article, however the potential dynamics during 2017 in processor and accelerator semiconductors that enable this market warrant …

Machine Learning

Five independent signs of new physics in the Universe

All pointing toward the Standard Model plus General Relativity not being all there is.<p><i>“The Universe is very, very big. It also loves a paradox. For</i> …

The 10 Algorithms Machine Learning Engineers Need to Know

This column is by James Li, Product Intern at NewStoryCharity<p>It is no doubt that the sub-field of machine learning / artificial intelligence has …

New functional programming language can generate C, Python code for apps

Researchers at the University of Copenhagen's Department of Computer Science recently unveiled Futhark, an open source functional programming …

Programming

How to Maximize Comfort at Hanging Belays

Hanging belays suck. There’s no use trying to convince you otherwise. But it’s a necessary evil of multi-pitch climbing, and extended time in even …

Climbing

Discover Hardangervidda – Europe’s largest mountain plateau

Have you found your favorite spot on Earth yet? A place where you can let go of all your worries and get inspired by nature surrounding you? Haven’t …

Airplane Camera Catches Meteor Streaking Across North American Sky

People from Ohio to Ontario reported seeing the spectacular fireball.<p>An airplane pilot had a sensational bird's-eye view of a meteor streaking across the night sky of the eastern U.S. and Canada this weekend.<p>Mike Grossman was flying his light Piper Archer aircraft 1,500 feet above the Hudson River …

L.A. to San Francisco in an hour? UCI's team wants to win Space X's Hyperloop Pod contest

Find a way to get more than 800 people from Los Angeles to San Francisco in about an hour.<p>That's the goal for members of the HyperXite team at UC Irvine as they finalize their designs for a pod that would speed through a tube at more than 700 mph, levitated by compressed air.<p>The team is entered in …

San Francisco

Angular 2 versus React: There Will Be Blood

Angular 2 has reached Beta and appears poised to become the hot new framework of 2016. It’s time for a showdown. Let’s see how it stacks up against …

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Motivation

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This domain has recently been listed in the marketplace. Please click here to inquire.<p>Tech<br>• Bug Tracking<br>• Earth Science News<br>• Behavioral Sciences<br>• Stephen …

How to contribute to the Haskell ecosystem

I wanted to share a few quick ways that beginning Haskell programmers can contribute to the Haskell ecosystem. I selected these tasks according to a …

Python Programming

This Google Employee Has A Brilliant Time Management Strategy

Create and protect your Make Time, people.<p>I recently wrote an email to our team that posed a simple challenge in time management. The response I got was unexpected, and I was urged to share it with more people—so here we are. Some of my fellow Googlers went so far as to make a video for those of us …

Time Management

Move Over, Graphene: Borophene Could Be the Strongest Material Ever

Graphene is the best-known two-dimensional material, with its atom-thick layers proving plenty of fascinating material properties. But now a team of …

Apache2 Ubuntu Default Page: It works

How To Be The Person Who Never Misses A Deadline

Missing deadlines is a bad habit that’s easy to fall into, but it hurts your professional reputation. Here’s how to change it.<p>I’ll be the first one to admit that in certain areas of my life, I have fallen into a pattern of lateness. In fact, as I type these very words, this piece is late, and I can …

The scientist who discovered one of the universe's most important forms of matter hasn't received the Nobel Prize for a disturbing reason

After a two week hiatus (we had our usual modulo(10) outtakes reel, then a week off for Thanksgiving), Crash Course Astronomy is back on the air!<p>This week, I take a look at dark matter.<p>Well, not a "look" <i>per se</i>, since you can't really see it. But it's there! Here's how we know.<p>Writing this one was …

Dark Matter

This trick from a famous physicist can help you learn anything faster

Feynman was not yet the famous physicist he would soon become (as his biographer James Gleick put it, "His Feynman aura...was still strictly local"), so he took his preparation seriously.<p>Feynman drove up to MIT, a campus familiar from his undergraduate years, and a place "where he could be alone." …

Richard Feynman