Researchers Develop Paper Computer

Researchers Develop Paper Computer

Researchers at the Queens University Human Media Lab in Kingston, Ontario, have developed a prototype computer with a flexible, touch-screen display that is completely bendable. “This computer looks, feels and…

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U.S. Biologist Suspended over Report on Dead Polar Bears

U.S. Biologist Suspended over Report on Dead Polar Bears

Charles Monnett, a wildlife biologist with the U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement, or BOEMRE, has been placed on administrative leave pending results of an investigation into…

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Space shuttle Atlantis Lifts Off on Final Mission

Space shuttle Atlantis Lifts Off on Final Mission

Atlantis was launched from Cape Canaveral at 1129 local time on Friday. The Atlantis with its crew of four: Capt. Christopher J. Ferguson of the Navy; the pilot, Col. Douglas…

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China building Worlds Largest Radio Telescope

China building Worlds Largest Radio Telescope

China has begun construction of a Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) in a remote part of the Guizhou province in southern China. When completed it will be the most…

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Liquid Nitrogen Used to Store Energy

Liquid Nitrogen Used to Store Energy

As the world population grows, so does our need for electricity. Our need for electricity varies dramatically throughout the day. Utility companies are seeing demands on the power grid at…

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Lifeless oceans the cure for Hurricanes

Lifeless oceans the cure for Hurricanes

Are empty oceans the answer to less hurricanes and cyclones? That seems to be the findings in a new study released by Princeton’s Dr. Anand Gnanadesikan. Ocean waters that have…

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Silk Gets Repurposed to Create Invisibility Cloak

Silk Gets Repurposed to Create Invisibility Cloak

Shimmering silk has been worn for centuries to be fashionable and to show wealth and status. However in the next few years people may be wearing silk in order to…

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Sun Storm Results Visible Tuesday Night

Sun Storm Results Visible Tuesday Night

Due to a complex and unusual magnetic eruption on the sun, there is a large cloud of electrically charged particles zooming towards the Earth. When this cloud hits the atmosphere…

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Climate Scientists cleared of any wrong doing

Climate Scientists cleared of any wrong doing

The world was shocked seven months ago when allegations of scientific results fixing for leading climate scientists. The scientist had been building and publishing data for decades. In the end…

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Carbon fiber forks on bicycles can hold an insidious danger

Carbon fiber forks on bicycles can hold an insidious danger

As the weather is warming up and summer is moving in quickly many people are getting back on their bikes after winter. Biking is good exercise, green transportation and also…

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Ash cloud from Iceland volcano shuts down air travel in Europe

Ash cloud from Iceland volcano shuts down air travel in Europe

Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano spewed an ash cloud halting air traffic across a wide swathe of Europe on Thursday. The ash plume, which rose to between 20,000 feet and 36,000 feet,…

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3-D Televisions Are Coming

3-D Televisions Are Coming

Two major television brands are introducing 3-D televisions. Samsung is introducing two 3-D sets that come with 3-D glasses and a 3-D BluRay player. Panasonic is introducing one 3-D set.…

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Preorder an Ipad; A New Commercial Released

Preorder an Ipad; A New Commercial Released

The new television commercial for the Apple iPad comes just about a month before the actual April release of this product. The iPad ad has as usual an upbeat song…

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Adding Oxygen To Alcohol; Speeding Sobriety and Reducing Hangovers

Adding Oxygen To Alcohol; Speeding Sobriety and Reducing Hangovers

A study performed in Korea shows that adding oxygen to alcohol speeds sobriety and reduces hangover. Ethanol oxidation is the process of regaining sobriety and normally occurs when oxygen enters…

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RosettaStone Puts A New Spin On Communicating With The Dead

RosettaStone Puts A New Spin On Communicating With The Dead

Have you ever walked by a cemetery and wished that all of the dead people could talk to you…or if not speak, at least assail you with unsolicited texts? Well,…

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Nicotine building to satisfaction

Looks as though scientific assumption was wrong again. In a recent first time study of nicotine and how it affects the brain scientists have discovered that nicotine slow builds up…

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