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MIT Study Finds Fault With Mars One Colony Concept

MIT Study Finds Fault With Mars One Colony Concept

Mars One is the very first one way human mission to Mars which is expected to see the light within few years. To be more specific, Netherlands-based startup Mars One wants to set the first human colony on Mars in 2023. But, MIT study has found fault with Mars One colony concept.

By On October 13, 2014 Respond
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Study Finds Earth’s Water Is Older Than The Sun

Study Finds Earth’s Water Is Older Than The Sun

Water is a valuable resource and its availability is crucial to our existence. No other compound is more important to us than water. Both our planet – Earth, and the brightest star of the solar system – the Sun, consist of water. The very interesting thing is a recent study claims that Earth’s water is older than the Sun.

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Study Finds Too Much Hard Working But Less Paid People May Catch Diabetes

Study Finds Too Much Hard Working But Less Paid People May Catch Diabetes

If you think that those people who are very industrious at work will not have diabetes, then you are wrong. A study suggests that people who work long time but get paid low may be at higher risk of developing diabetes.

By On October 12, 2014 Respond
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See A Lunar Eclipse From Mercury Orbit, Thanks To MESSENGER

See A Lunar Eclipse From Mercury Orbit, Thanks To MESSENGER

You might have watched solar eclipse or lunar eclipse from Earth’s surface. Now, lets watch a lunar eclipse that was occurred on October 8 from Mercury’s orbit, thanks to space agency NASA’s robotic spacecraft MESSENGER.

By On October 11, 2014 Respond
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Scientists Created A New Material That Can Suck All The Oxygen Out Of A Room

Scientists Created A New Material That Can Suck All The Oxygen Out Of A Room

Every now and then, scientists are creating new materials. Lately, scientists from the University of Southern Denmark have developed a new material that can suck all the oxygen out of a room.

By On October 11, 2014 Respond
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Turn A Smartphone Into A 1000x Microscope Using A 3D Printer

Turn A Smartphone Into A 1000x Microscope Using A 3D Printer

Microscope is such a thing that can amplify tiniest objects thousands of millions of time which can’t be seen with the bare eyes. But the very interesting thing is, now you can turn your smartphone into a 1000x microscope. And for that what you need? Just a 3D printer!

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Scientists Created Next Gen Data Storage Devices That Mimic The Memory Of The Human Brain

Scientists Created Next Gen Data Storage Devices That Mimic The Memory Of The Human Brain

Scientists from RMIT University in Australia have built a new nano-device that will act as the platform for next-generation nanoscale memory devices that are highly stable and reliable. According to scientists, this next generation data storage device will be able to mimic the memory of the human brain.

By On October 7, 2014 Respond
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Kormaran Created Six Mode Convertible Luxurious Speedboat

Kormaran Created Six Mode Convertible Luxurious Speedboat

In many sci-fi movies, we have seen many transformations like car transformed into a speedboat in water or car transformed into an auto-bot (Transformers) etc. However, seems like this has affected the Austrian company Kormaran. Now the company has a more efficient vision of the luxurious future. Lately, the company has created such a speedboat that offers six mode to boater.

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New Map Hints Thousands Of Mountains Are Under The Sea

New Map Hints Thousands Of Mountains Are Under The Sea

The world under the sea is really mysterious. If one mystery is solved, two arises instantly. However lately, a group of scientist has generated a new map of the ocean floor using radar satellites. According to that map, scientists have discovered thousands of mountains under the sea.

By On October 6, 2014 Respond
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[Video] How To Turn A Shoe Box Into A Phone Projector

[Video] How To Turn A Shoe Box Into A Phone Projector

What’s the usage of shoe box? Just for keeping shoe in it? No. You can turn a shoe box into a phone projector! Can’t believe? See for yourself inside with video.

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Apple Holding An Event On 16 Oct, New iPad, iMac May Come

Apple Holding An Event On 16 Oct, New iPad, iMac May Come

Apple is going to hold an event on October 16. It is being heard that the company may announce new iPad and new iMac. What do you think – is it rumor or true?

By On October 5, 2014 Respond
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Facebook Won Nearly $2 Billion From Suing Spammers

Facebook Won Nearly $2 Billion From Suing Spammers

Facebook is in a constant battle against spammers who try to take advantage of its network. Facebook has been fighting back against them in a number of different ways — including in the courts. Lately, Facebook has revealed that it has already sued various spammers and thus has “obtained nearly $2 billion in legal judgments.”

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Scientists To Turn The Moon Into A Giant Particle Detector

Scientists To Turn The Moon Into A Giant Particle Detector

Scientists have already detected super-rare particles such as the Oh-My-God particle on Earth. But it’s really hard to detect the origin of those super-rare particles. So now, scientists have planned to turn the Moon into a giant particle detector which they believe will be helpful to detect Ultra-High-Energy (UHE) cosmic rays – the most energetic particles in the Universe.

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Researchers Invented World’s First Solar Battery, Runs On Light And Air

Researchers Invented World’s First Solar Battery, Runs On Light And Air

We’ve seen many great combinations throughout history, and we now have one more to add to the list. Lately, researchers at the Ohio State University have invented the world’s first solar battery. It runs on light and air.

By On October 4, 2014 Respond
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17 ATM Machines Hacked In Malaysia With New Methods, $1.2 Million Stolen

17 ATM Machines Hacked In Malaysia With New Methods, $1.2 Million Stolen

Earlier we have seen hackers stealing money from ATM using infected USBs in Malaysia. But this time, it went even bigger. Lately, a Latin American gang of cyber criminals just hacked 17 ATM machines in Malaysia with new methods and stole $1.2 million!

By On October 4, 2014 Respond
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