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Scientists Find Out What Mysterious 'Sea People' Ruined Bronze Age Civilizations

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A team of Swiss and Dutch scientists says they have deciphered a 3,200-year-old inscription on a stone which was found in the 19th century in what would become modern-day Turkey, which sheds light on what they call “one of the greatest Mediterranean puzzles,” namely, the identity of the mysterious ‘Sea People” (most likely Vikings) who ruined Bronze Age civilizations. The researchers... 

US company releases Harmony, the first sex-robot that moves, talks & updates learning AI

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US company Realbotix which is a subsidiary of RealDoll has just released a realistic sex robot that moves, talks and even does auto-updates to its AI software as long as it has an internet connection. The AI is also able to learn information that it does not understand or have in its database. So its a learning AI… interesting…. Even though the the product is still primitive and more... 

'Summoning the Demon, Tower of Babel': Debate Over AI God Heating Up

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While some Silicon Valley technologists and maverick Christians embrace former Google and Uber engineer Anthony Levandowski’s idea to create a god based on artificial intelligence to make human society better, many scientific experts and politicians are scared by the prospect of worshiping a “god bot.” Anthony Levandowski has set up a religious nonprofit organization called Way of the Future... 

Gravitational Waves: 'We Now Have the Birth of New Way to Look at the Universe'

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With the 2017 Nobel Prize in physics having been awarded to three US scientists for the detection of gravitational waves, one of them, Barry Barish, a professor emeritus at California’s Institute of Technology (Caltech), said that the discovery was bound to change mankind’s traditional view of the universe. Researchers Rainer Weiss, Kip Thorne and Barry Barish who will share the 9 million... 

Thousands of Historic Artifacts Disappear from Major UK Museums

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Over the past several years, more than 6,000 items together worth $1.3 million are believed to be missing or stolen from several of UK’s most prominent museums, including the Science Museum group, the British Museum and the Natural History Museum. Since 2010, a total of 947 artifacts have been reported lost or missing and $106,000 have been officially reported as stolen. The other missing pieces... 

Russia Releases 360 Space video, Take That Flat Earthers! Ultimate PROOF!

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Flat Earth is a mental disorder of astronomical proportions… after all it can only be proven wrong through astronomy! Haha! Flat Earthers like to argue that the Earth is flat because NASA isn’t trustworthy and they are “hiding the truth”! This conspiracy is so insane is funny! How could NASA “hide” anything like that? Its not like America is the only country in... 

UAE to build $132mn mock ‘Martian City’ in the desert

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The United Arab Emirates has announced plans to build a ‘Martian City’ on Earth in preparation for humanity’s planned colonization of the Red Planet. The 1.9 million square foot (176,5151 square meters) Mars Science city project was launched by the UAE earlier this week and is estimated to cost AED 500 million ($136 million). Once completed, the Mars Science city will be the largest simulated... 

Russian scientists work on secret microwave bomb

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Russian scientists develop radioelectronic ammunition capable of disabling enemy’s equipment with the help of a powerful microwave impact. Adviser to first deputy director general of Radioelectronic Technologies concern, Vladimir Mikheev, said that the technology would make it possible to create effect of interference to temporary put enemy arms systems out of operation or even disable them... 

Weird ‘ice blades’ on Pluto finally cracked by NASA

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Perplexing sword-like columns of space ice that rise up through Pluto’s Tartarus Dorsa mountains may finally have been explained by NASA – two years after the weird formations were first observed in detail. The ‘ice blades’ are the result of solid methane ‘evaporation,’ an erosion process similar to that witnessed in the peaks of Chile. A dwarf planet located far from our sun, Pluto is... 

Saudi King issues decree allowing women to drive

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King Salman of Saudi Arabia has issued a decree ordering that women be allowed to drive, Saudi state media has reported. Under the conservative kingdom’s previous laws, women were banned from driving. The decree orders the Saudi interior minister to draft and adopt necessary amendments to the traffic regulations and to form a special commission consisting of the ministers of interior, finance, labor... 

Saturn destroys Cassini in dramatic final moments

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On October 15, 1997 Cassini launched from Earth on its mammoth journey to the mysterious gas giant lurking at the edge of our solar system – Saturn. Now, almost 20 years later, it has all come to an end in dramatic, fiery fashion. Cassini began its final descent Friday into the dark heart of the solar system’s second biggest planet. At about 07:55 EDT (11:55 GMT) the probe dove into the planet’s... 

Hitler’s secret nuclear base unearthed by relic hunter

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If Hitler had his way and the Nazis developed an atomic bomb before the allies, the world in which we live would be a very different place. A surprising new find by a German relic hunter suggests Hitler may have been closer to his goal than we thought. Bernd Thälmann, 64, was out and about in Berlin last week with his metal detector when he stumbled upon a rather strange, non-magnetic lump of metal. Naturally,... 

Hubble spots pitch-black exoplanet so hot it ‘eats light’ from nearby star

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Scientists studying the exoplanet WASP-12b have made a startling discovery: the planet is so hot it reflects almost no light, making it appear pitch-black. An international team of astronomers from McGill University, Canada and the University of Exeter, UK measured how much light is reflected by the exoplanet, otherwise known as its ‘albedo,’ in order to better understand the chemical... 

Tesla Unlocks Battery Reserve After Irma Victims Complain

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Elon Musk can giveth, and he can taketh away, as proven this weekend when Tesla decided to temporarily grant some Florida customers a longer travel range to get clear of incoming Hurricane Irma. Tesla delivered software updates to some of its vehicles in the Sunshine State, unlocking the full potential of their batteries, which amounted to approximately 30-40 extra miles of travel for those fleeing... 

China Unveils Physics-Defying Engine for Deep Space Exploration

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Chinese scientists claim they have developed a working model of a microwave engine, which defies the laws of conventional physics, CCTV-2 reported. The TV channel provided no details of the EmDrive microwave engine, saying only that it would soon be tested in space. The EmDrive is built around a microwave-generating magnetron and a resonator, which accumulates the energy of their fluctuations. This... 
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