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Meet the Higgs Bubble That Will Destroy the Universe. Maybe.
Science & Tech  (tags: scientists, space, dangerous bubble, concept, study )

Barb
- 75 days ago - space.com
According to a recent paper, published on March 12 in the journal Physical Review D, the final moment for the universe will be triggered by a bizarre consequence of subatomic physics called an instanton.
The Most Interesting Thing Shot Into Space This Week Wasn't a Tesla
Science & Tech  (tags: Arch data storage devices, concept, crystal imprint, civilisation history, design, humans, interesting, NewTechnology, performance, science, space, technology )

RosemaryR
- 132 days ago - livescience.com
There was a second payload on board the SpaceX Falcon Heavy that launched Tuesday (Feb. 6), and (unlike the Tesla Roadster) it's built to last 14 billion years. SpaceX confirmed during its pre-launch livestream that the gadget, called an Arch ..cont..
New 3D-Printed "Mini Organs" Could Eliminate Cruel Animal Testing
Science & Tech  (tags: 3D printing, Molecular Research, animal testing, replication of human organs, further research, innovations, scientists, concept )


- 209 days ago - ladyfreethinker.org
For decades, scientists have used animal testing to prove whether or not a drug is safe for human consumption. But for Hans Clevers, a molecular geneticist, and a host of his colleagues, animal testing could be a practice of the past. Taking its place...
From Live Science: Did Prehistoric Astronomers Build Stonehenge?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, ancient, prehistoric, concept, discovery, history, humans, interesting, investigation, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, study, world )

Fiona
- 93 days ago - livescience.com
In 1964, the late astronomer Gerald Hawkins developed an intricate method to use pit holes and markers to predict eclipses at Stonehenge. However, this does not mean that this is how Stonehenge was intended to be used.
How to Make a Salt Water Battery Lamp. Thomas Kim Published on Mar 22, 2014   video
Science & Tech  (tags: study, tech, design, concept, energy )

Ruth
- 246 days ago - youtube.com
"Salt water battery + Joule thief circuit."..."Materials : Copper plate, Aluminum Foil, Kitchen Towel, Warm Salt water, Joule thief circuit...Bigger copper plate & Aluminum Foil is more powerful. This battery lamp turned on one hour.."
SAVE THE EPA: TELL SCOTT PRUITT TO RESIGN // PLEASE SIGN //League of Conservation Voters
Science & Tech  (tags: business, climate, concept, environment, habitat, health, investigation, science, scientists, study, NewTechnology, research, safety )

Ruth
- 38 days ago - p2a.co
"TrumpâEUR(TM)s EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt is a danger to our public health and our environment." League of Conservation Voters PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE THIS PETITION.
If 'Starman' Isn't Headed for the Asteroid Belt, Where's That Dummy Going?
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, humans, interesting, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, NewTechnology, ars, performance, research, science, space, tech, technology, SpaceX, Tesla Roadster M )

RosemaryR
- 132 days ago - space.com
The Tesla Roadster and "Starman" dummy that SpaceX launched on its new Falcon Heavy rocket on Tuesday (Feb. 6) does not appear to be heading to the asteroid belt, despite what SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk said on Twitter Tuesday evening. cont...
WINZ Gave 20 Homeless Families Money for Tents 13/04/2018 Newshub Staff//THANKFUL
Science & Tech  (tags: research, science, safety, tech, study, concept, design, energy, environment, habitat, health, investigation, NewTechnology, performance )

Ruth
- 24 days ago - newshub.co.nz
" There are currently more than 6000 families on Housing New Zealand's waiting list. "A home that offers shelter from the storms has helped many people with injuries or health problems overcome and stay alive. What homes/communities are sustainable?
Black Holes Are Simpler Than Forests
Science & Tech  (tags: Black Holes, Forests, Albert Einstein, Human Brain, Human Comprehension, Simplicity, astronomy, climate, discovery, design, concept, energy, humans, interesting, nasa, news, research, science, scientists, world )

Fiona
- 203 days ago - aeon.co
Einstein said that the âEUR~most incomprehensible thing about the Universe is that it is comprehensible. In matters of comprehension "science does have its limits." Human brains evolved to be adaptable, but!?!
Synesthesia Or The Ability Of Some People To "Hear" Colors
Science & Tech  (tags: Synesthesia, Hearing Colors, Dermavision, Feeling Colors, Learning Disabilities, Teaching, Vocatonal Rehabilitation, concept, humans, interesting, investigation, research, safety, science, scientists, study )

Fiona
- 108 days ago - livescience.com
I have been told I was pschyic. I do not believe that. I believe some people have enhanced physical senses. I also feel colors through the delicate skin of my finger pads and see auras. So I identified with this article.
Outside in America How America Counts Its Homeless âEUR" and Why So Many Are Overlooked
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, underground homes, homes not homeless, energy, environment, habitat, health, climate )

Ruth
- 160 days ago - theguardian.com
"Hopper and his colleagues found that actors at almost one in three of the sites reported being missed by counters. And these were people who wanted to be counted."
Nissan Offers Low Cost Power for Electric Vehicles, Introduces New Home Chargers By CHRIS PRICE 2nd October 2017
Science & Tech  (tags: business, concept, design, energy, environment, habitat, NewTechnology, performance, research, safety, science, technology )

Ruth
- 246 days ago - techdigest.tv
"At the European launch of its new Leaf in Oslo, Norway, Nissan promised to kickstart the electric car revolution, offering virtually free power to its EV (Electric Vehicle) customers as well as new home and office chargers."...'235miles'per charge.
Nikola Tesla: The Extraordinary Life of a Modern Prometheus
Science & Tech  (tags: research, scientists, technology, concept )

Roopak
- 141 days ago - livescience.com
This article was originally published at The Conversation. The publication contributed the article to Live Science's Expert Voices: Op-Ed & Insights.
No Cars, No Problem? Imagining a Sustainable City Gary Gardner Saturday, June 11, 2016
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, design, energy, environment, habitat, performance, research, safety, science, study, tech, business, climate )

Ruth
- 246 days ago - greenbiz.com
"...cities are where people are most likely to understand and engage sustainability concerns, where discussion is no longer abstract but becomes grounded and real...'cities may be our best hope for shifting economies in a sustainable direction.'
 

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