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New Google Patent Suggests Automatically Sending Your Videos and Photos to Law Enforcement

Posted by on January 31, 2014 in Technology with 0 Comments
New Google Patent Suggests Automatically Sending Your Videos and Photos to Law Enforcement

Google recently filed a patent for a system that identifies when and where a “mob” event takes place and sends multimedia alerts to relevant parties. The patents are actually titled “Mob Source Phone Video Collaboration” and “Inferring Events Based On Mob Sourced Video“.

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NASA Sued Over Jelly Donut-Shaped Martian Rock

Posted by on January 31, 2014 in Earth & Space, Science with 0 Comments
NASA Sued Over Jelly Donut-Shaped Martian Rock

NewsyScience: An astrobiologist says the jelly donut-shaped Martian rock appears to be a kind of fungus that grew into the shot rather than being physically moved there.

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How Nuclear Fusion Will Save Mankind

Posted by on January 30, 2014 in Eco-Friendly, Sci-Tech with 2 Comments
How Nuclear Fusion Will Save Mankind

Nuclear Fusion and creating energy through cold fusion could potentially liberate the world of many of the energy struggles we currently are caught up in. Big oil and energy companies could learn to profit from nuclear energy through advanced innovation, or it could serve to act as a disruptive technology–the possibilities are explored in this interview clip with Stanford Research Institute director Dr. Michael McKubre and Buzzsaw host Sean Stone.

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What’s the Universe Made Of? Math, Says Scientist

Posted by on January 30, 2014 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
What’s the Universe Made Of? Math, Says Scientist

What if the universe itself is math? That’s what cosmologist Max Tegmark believes. In Tegmark’s view, everything in the universe — humans included — is part of a mathematical structure. All matter is made up of particles, which have properties such as charge and spin, but these properties are purely mathematical, he says. And space itself has properties such as dimensions, but is still ultimately a mathematical structure.

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The Coldest Spot in the Universe Will Be Used to Study Quantum Phenomenon

Posted by on January 30, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
The Coldest Spot in the Universe Will Be Used to Study Quantum Phenomenon

SA’s Physical Science Research Program will conduct physics research using the agency’s new microgravity laboratory, which is scheduled to launch to the International Space Station in 2016.

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Scientists Film How the Brain Makes Memories For the First Time Ever

Posted by on January 28, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Science with 0 Comments
Scientists Film How the Brain Makes Memories For the First Time Ever

For the first time in history, scientists at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University have captured how our brain makes memories in video, watching how molecules morph into the structures that, at the end of the day, make who we are.

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China’s Moon Rover Already In Trouble

Posted by on January 27, 2014 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
China’s Moon Rover Already In Trouble

China’s first lunar rover successfully landed on the moon in December, but a malfunction is already jeopardizing its mission. China’s Jade Rabbit moon rover experienced a “mechanical control abnormality” according to state media said on Saturday, in what appears to be a setback for a landmark mission in the country’s ambitious space program

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Cloudy With a Chance of Aliens: How We Look for Extraterrestrial Life in Space

Posted by on January 27, 2014 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
Cloudy With a Chance of Aliens: How We Look for Extraterrestrial Life in Space

What do astronomers look for when they study exoplanets for signs of alien life? Hank Green explains how space telescopes are already yielding tantalizing clues of what other worlds might hold — including water! — and how the next generation of technology will be able to reveal to us

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Stephen Hawking Stuns Physicists by Declaring ‘There Are No Black Holes’

Posted by on January 26, 2014 in Earth & Space, Science with 0 Comments
Stephen Hawking Stuns Physicists by Declaring ‘There Are No Black Holes’

Renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking has stunned physicists by declaring there are no black holes. In a paper published online, Professor Hawking says instead of black holes there are grey holes. The fresh theory tries to address what is known as the black-hole firewall paradox, which has puzzled scientists for almost two years. The professor’s new grey hole theory would allow matter and energy to be held for a period of time before being released back into space. The theory offers a solution to the paradox.

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Scientists Closer to Solving Mars Rock Mystery, Says NASA Expert

Posted by on January 24, 2014 in Earth & Space with 0 Comments
Scientists Closer to Solving Mars Rock Mystery, Says NASA Expert

A strange rock that looks like a doughnut has appeared on Mars, and scientists are closer to figuring out how it got there, a top NASA expert says. The small, round rock suddenly popped up in pictures taken 12 days apart by NASA’s decade-old Opportunity rover. On December 26, 2013, it was not there. On January 8, it was. But what is it?

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Facebook Could Fade Out Like a Disease – Princeton Researchers

Posted by on January 22, 2014 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
Facebook Could Fade Out Like a Disease – Princeton Researchers

Facebook is like an infectious disease, experiencing a spike before its decline, according to US researchers who claim the social network will lose 80 percent of users by 2017.

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Water, Water Everywhere—In Our Solar System

Posted by on January 22, 2014 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
Water, Water Everywhere—In Our Solar System

Water ice is the most abundant solid material in the Universe. Much of it was created as the byproduct of star formation, but not all of it. John Bradley of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and his team may have discovered a new source of water in our solar system. His lab experiments reveal that the solar wind may be creating water on interplanetary dust.

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Mystery Solved: Object on Google Moon Explained by Looking at Raw, Full-Resolution Kaguya Data

Posted by on January 22, 2014 in Earth & Space with 0 Comments
Mystery Solved: Object on Google Moon Explained by Looking at Raw, Full-Resolution Kaguya Data

Yesterday, the Daily Mail reported that a “mystery object was spotted on Google Moon” that appears to be “wedge-shaped craft” on the lunar surface. Today, Astronomy Live posted a logical explanation for the “mystery object” (see the video above) by analyzing the raw, full-resolution Kaguya data The conclusion: “What’s happening is that the background is leaking through. Those pixels are just corrupted; there’s nothing there. They are literally invisible. So whatever is behind it is bleeding through – whether it’s the sunlit surface of the moon (sort of a neutral gray color). If I go to the height map it turns blue – blue colors leaking through. It’s just like pinholes a piece of paper. That’s all it is. It’s not an actual UFO or anything else. It’s just holes in the terrain map. But, that’s not what it actually looks like in the actual picture.”

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What Is That Mystery Object On Google Moon? (Jan 22, 2014 Update: Mystery Solved!)

Posted by on January 21, 2014 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech with 4 Comments
What Is That Mystery Object On Google Moon? (Jan 22, 2014 Update: Mystery Solved!)

What is this mystery object spotted on Google Moon? A bizarre wedge-shaped ‘craft’ appears on the lunar surface. The triangular anomaly has rows of seven light-like dots along its edge.

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Cosmic ‘Web’ Seen For First Time

Posted by on January 21, 2014 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech with 0 Comments
Cosmic ‘Web’ Seen For First Time

The hidden tendrils of dark matter that underlie the visible Universe may have been traced out for the first time. Cosmology theory predicts that galaxies are embedded in a cosmic web of “stuff”, most of which is dark matter. Astronomers obtained the first direct images of a part of this network, by exploiting the fact that a luminous object called a quasar can act as a natural “cosmic flashlight”. The quasar illuminates a nearby gas cloud measuring two million light-years across.

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