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Chip Enables Navigation Aids for the Visually Impaired
Science & Tech  (tags: Chip for the blind )

- 5 days ago -
MIT researchers have developed a low-power chip for processing 3-D camera data that could help visually impaired people navigate their environments.
Ancient Ink: How Tattoos Can Reveal Hidden Stories of Past Cultures
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 12 days ago -
The English word tattoo is commonly said to be derived from the Polynesian word tatau or tatu. This Polynesian word means âEUR~to mark somethingâEUR(TM). Additionally, this word is an onomatopoeia, and is derived from the sound that was made by the tools
Why Planet Nine Might Be for Real
Science & Tech  (tags: Planet 9 )

- 13 days ago -
Claims about new planets that turned out to be wrong âEUR" and why âEUR~Planet NineâEUR(TM) may be differen
Einstein's General Theory of Relativity at 100: 5 Great Things It Brought
Science & Tech  (tags: einstein, Theory of Relativity, humans, science )

- 29 days ago -
Wormholes, warp speed, space-time anomalies âEUR" science fiction wouldn't be the same without Albert Einstein's general theory of relativity. And in the real world, we would probably also notice a few things missing from our lives.
What If History's Brightest Supernova Exploded In Earth's Backyard?
Science & Tech  (tags: astronomy, space, science, news, investigation, habitat, environment, discovery, safety, society, world, history, health )

- 30 days ago -
A thought experiment-From the vantage point of almost four billion light years away, the brightest known supernova looks a lot like they all do. Last year, the automated telescopes in Ohio State's ASASSN network saw the peach-fuzz blob of a distant galaxy
Cache of Military-Grade Weapons From the Era of the Ivan the Terrible Found Near Moscow
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 41 days ago -
Archaeologists excavating an area for a planned highway expansion near Zvenigorod, Russia, have found the arsenal of a military commander from the 16th centuryâEUR"the era of Ivan the Terrible. The archaeologists found military helmets, armor, sections...
The Red Lady of El MiróN
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, archaeology, discovery )

- 41 days ago -
A team of archaeologists scoured El Mirón Cave in northern Spain starting in 1996 and found abundant remains of prehistoric people, primarily the Magdalenians, hunter-gatherers who lived across Western Europe at the end of the last Ice Age.
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