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  1. jes

    World's first digital laser unveiled by CSIR

    CSIR unveils world’s first digital laser The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research announced the development of the world’s first digital laser
  2. jes

    Google experiments with balloon and fiber Internet

    Google Internet experiments with balloons and fiber From solar-powered balloons in the stratosphere, to offering free Wi-Fi in parks, Google is quietly spending hundreds of millions of dollars on Internet services
  3. jes

    Martin Jetpack P12 cleared for test flights

    Martin Jetpack P12 cleared for test flights The developers of a personalised jetpack said that aviation regulators have issued the device with a flying permit
  4. jes

    Elon Musk reveals “Hyperloop” futuristic transport

    Elon Musk reveals “Hyperloop” futuristic transport Entrepreneur Elon Musk unveiled plans for a futuristic “Hyperloop” transportation system
  5. jes

    "Bottled sunlight" next step for solar energy storage

    "Bottled sunlight" next step for solar energy storage “We can’t just rely on sunlight. We’ve got to bottle the sunlight.”
  6. jes

    Stem cell research breakthrough restores sight to damaged retina

    Stem cell research breakthrough restores sight to damaged retina Blind mice have been able to see once more in a laboratory experiment that further boosts the fast-moving field of retinal therapy
  7. W

    A Muslim journey through Creationism and Evolution

    Related Threads: * Introduction to Islam * Muslim call to Christians * Redirected Arguments The following is an account of my own journey through creationism and the Theory of Evolution (ToE) My journey starts back in my primary school days, when, during a lesson, the teacher commented...
  8. jes

    New software compiles complex room shape using acoustics

    New software compiles complex room shape using acoustics Researchers succeeded in calculating a room’s geometry using acoustic signals, technology that could be built into smartphones
  9. LazyLion

    Russian Scientists make rare find of 'Blood' in Woolly Mammoth

    Russian scientists claimed Wednesday they have discovered blood in the carcass of a woolly mammoth, adding that the rare find could boost their chances of cloning the prehistoric animal. An expedition led by Russian scientists earlier this month uncovered the well-preserved carcass of a...
  10. LazyLion

    Revealed: The Mummified Heart of Richard the Lionheart

    Forensic scientists on Thursday announced they had delved into the embalmed heart of Richard the Lionheart, finding chemical evidence that the remains of England's Crusader king were handled with holy reverence. Reduced to dust by eight centuries, the heart of the legendary warrior was...
  11. LazyLion

    They found Planet X (Nibiru) and in the year 2012!!! :O

    They found Planet X (Nibiru) and in the year 2012!!! :O http://www.foxnews.com/science/2012/11/15/orphan-alien-planet-found-nearby/ This is it Man! The tin foil hatters were right all along. This is the year we die. Better get on your knees and make right! :eek: :wtf:!!!
  12. LazyLion

    Cosmos is coming Back! - with Neil deGrasse Tyson!

    http://www.skeptical-science.com/science/cosmos-coming/ Whoo hoo! One of the Greatest Series Evar!!!!
  13. QuintonB

    SKA project brings science to SA's "outback"

    SKA brings science to SA’s wilderness The sleepy South African town of Carnarvon has more churches than ATMs, but science is breathing new life into the far-flung farming centre.
  14. QuintonB

    Researchers present spray-on battery

    Science introduces spray-on battery A cutting-edge battery that can be spray-painted on just about any surface was unveiled Thursday by a research team that tested it on everything from bathroom tiles to a beer mug.
  15. G

    We Stopped Dreaming

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TgXforZglf4&hd=1 No, Neil, they stopped funding.
  16. antowan

    Let's do some EVOLUTION homework...

    In this thread you are only allowed to give an opinion if you post a link to science around evolution. No link should be the same, so find info other than that shared.... Here's mine: http://evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/article/lines_01 Have fun but remember you are not allowed...
  17. LazyLion

    Alcohol DOUBLES LIFESPAN, helps resist stress

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2012/01/20/alcohol_doubles_lifespan/
  18. LazyLion

    Did anyone else used to read OMNI Magazine?

    Did anyone else here used to read OMNI Magazine? I used to buy this avidly and read it while I was at University in the early nineties. I still have hundreds of them in my garage. It was a brilliant magazine filled with Scientific articles, Science Technology and prediction of...
  19. A

    Science and the Christian faith

    Can you be both a scientist and a Christian? Well I think the following quote says it all. Source: http://www.cslewis.org/journal/science-and-christian-faith-conflict-or-cooperation/ I personally think you can, because I believe that when God created the heavens and the earth, He set the...
  20. HapticSimian

    Carnival of Evolution #38

    Pretty damn awesome blog post compiled by Larry Moran, professor of biochemistry at the University of Toronto. Lots of interesting reading here
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