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Israeli scientists unveil mini-robot that can travel through...
Robot developed by joint team from Technion University and College of Judea and Samaria.
The Fable of the Dragon-Tyrant
nce upon a time, the planet was tyrannized by a giant dragon. The dragon stood taller than the largest cathedral, and it was covered with thick black scales. Its red eyes glowed with hate, and from its terrib...
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Research News: Neanderthal Genome Sequencing Yields Surprising...
BERKELEY, CA The veil of mystery surrounding our extinct hominid cousins, the Neanderthals, has been at least partially lifted to reveal surprising results. Scientists with the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Be...
Can you hear me now? Stem cells enhance hearing recovery...
How does the brain create its structure?
Join your fellow Makers at the Maker Faire! Like a science fair, the Maker Faire will have lots of DIY tech projects from the magazine and elsewhere. It's a celebration of Makers of all kinds and a great opportunity to learn and explore your interest...
Replacing Capacitors in Old Radios and TVs
Science's 10 Most Beautiful Experiments
What My Video Game Obsessed Child Taught Me
Top 10 Weird Anomalies in Medicine
The most strange anomalies in medicine, all of them are rare diseases with bizarre signs and symptoms. Some of them have already been described in MedTempus. I
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Language Log: Structural Ambiguity In the Courts
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Gödel, Escher, Bach - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
(commonly ) is a 1979 book by , described by his publishing company as "a metaphorical on minds and machines in the spirit of ".
Dardesheim: Germany's Renewable Energy Town
New Light Shed On The Relationship Between Thought And Language...
Individuals who have been blind from birth use different parts of their brain when they read Braille than do those who lost their sight later in life -- a difference that sheds new light on the relationship between thought and language.
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Microsoft busting onto robotics scene with Robotics Studio...
First Windows, then PlaysForSure -- what's the next realm of disparate hardware that Microsoft wants to unify under its big blue banner? Why, robotics, of
One universe or many? Panel debates World Science
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Edge: THE EMOTION UNIVERSE
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Even Rudimentary Virtual Reality is Engrossing
Genetics Virtual Library
Japanese Lesson - "to be or not to be"
PowerPedia:Wireless transmission of electricity
Social Networks Are Not Personal
The Steampunk Workshop
Steampunk is the intersection of technology and romance. It's fashion, an aesthetic, a genre of fiction, a musical style, and a burgeoning sub-culture which delights in making things that are a blend of the modern and anachronistic.
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"" is a in the , used as an example of how and can be used to create complicated linguistic constructs. It has been discussed in literature since 1972 when the sentence was used by , an associate professor at the . It was posted to by Rapaport i...
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The humanitarian potential is enormous, and so is the potential for misuse...can we do this responsibly?
AARON: A Product of Kurzweil CyberArt Technologies
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Do You Know These 100 Words? - Mental Floss
Do You Know These 100 Words?
A Brain Cell is the Same as the Universe
If you are interested in brains and the universe, check out ! Shiver at the sexy minds who have laid naked the math machinery whirring just beneath the skin of reality. Please if you get this book, as I would like to know what you thi...
Ridiculous Image Technology Coming on Clipaday
This video clip is just a taste of Photosynth Technology. The possibilities of the uses of this program are endless...the speaker barely scrapes the surface.
The Mad Philosopher » 61-Point Relaxation
The following relaxation exercise comes from Stephen LaBerge and Howard Rheingold's (1990), which they adapted from Swami Rama's (1984). It's one of my favourite meditations—one that I can do in bed, waiting in line at the bank, or while riding in ...
Natural compound and exercise boost memory in mice
[B]May help protect against cognitive decline in aging[/B] A natural compound found in blueberries, tea, grapes, and cocoa enhances memory in mice, according to newly published research. This effect increased further when mice also exercised regular...