Science & Tech
Soviet cosmonaut Alexei Leonov who conducted first ever spacewalk dies at the age of 85
Interestingly, Leonov was initially slated to become the first man to land on the Moon
For newborn planets, solar systems are naturally baby-proof
Our own solar system could also have harbored an earth-like planet closer to the sun than the current innermost planet, Mercury
An “All-Out Blizzard” That Is “Unheard Of For October” Is About To Hit Farms In The Midwest With Up To 2 Feet Of Snow
Liquifying a rocky exoplanet
A molten Earth would actually be around 5% larger in radius than a solid Earth
Chinese Citizens Will Need to Pass Facial Recognition Test to Use the Internet
Social credit tyranny accelerates.
Researchers discover how water is regenerated on asteroids
Space weathering - both electrons and thermal shock - were necessary to maintain supplies of water molecules
Pressure Runs High at Edge of Solar System
Scientists examine wave behavior at our system's boundary
Professor Slams Extinction Rebellion as a “Carnival for Middle Classes Who Love to Dress up as Activists”
"The performers enjoy backing of the media, the cultural elites, a significant section of the political establishment."
“Soft” Robot Programmed to Crawl, Curl Like an Inchworm
Researchers take inspiration from nature to design tiny flexible robots outfitted with smart materials
Infrared Breakthrough Sheds Light on Supernova Explosions
Type Ia supernova explosion brightness stays same for up to a year
NASA’s Curiosity Rover Finds an Ancient Oasis on Mars
Scientists study water history on red planet
Printed Electronic Tattoos Could Transform Healthcare & the Battlefield
Scientists develop ink laced with silver nanowires that can be printed directly onto skin
New organic compounds found in Enceladus
Enceladus is the sixth-largest moon of Saturn
Researchers Aim to “Borrow” Energy From Empty Space
Energy can be less than zero, but like money borrowed from a bank, this energy must be "paid back"
The Violent History of the Andromeda Galaxy
Milky Way on a collision course with massive galaxy
Cosmic hide and seek: Can you find the huge black hole lurking in this Hubble photo?
M87 first began to draw attention from astronomers back in 1918
NASA Visualization Shows a Black Hole’s Warped World
The black hole’s extreme gravity skews light emitted by different regions of the disk
Scientists Using Artificial Skin, VR to Improve Medical Rehab
Artificial skin can be stretched up to four times its original length
Never-Before-Seen Mineral Discovered Inside Diamond
Finding reportedly formed under immense pressure deep in Earth’s mantle
China Unveils ‘Super Surveillance Camera’ That Can Link To Its Social Credit System
Device can identify individual faces out of crowds of tens of thousands; Will take mass surveillance to a new level
Get ready for more interstellar objects, astronomers say
Interstellar objects are an up-close look at another part of the galaxy
NASA’s TESS Mission Spots Its 1st Star-shredding Black Hole
Astronomers think the supermassive black hole that generated ASASSN-19bt weighs around 6 million times the Sun’s mass
GRET OFFLINE: Twitter Permanently BANS Right-Wing Activist Avi Yemini
Sources at Twitter said the reason for the banning was in relation to the platform’s rules on platform manipulation and spam
Defiant Facebook Buys Startup Focused On ‘Controlling Computers With Your Mind’
Zuckerberg needs to learn how to read the room
“You’ve Stolen My Childhood” – 16-Year-Old Girl Throws Tearful Climate Tantrum At UN
"We will not let you get away with this."
Introducing VPLanet: A virtual planet simulator for modeling distant worlds across time
See for yourself what other planets are like!
Twitter Rules Don’t Apply To Dictators
A look into the technocracy's hold on the world
Hubble takes closer look at not-so-‘dead’ neighbor
Messier 110 may not look like much, but it is a fascinating near neighbor of our home galaxy
Theology Students Are Being Taught To Confess Their “Climate Sins” While Sitting In Front Of A Bunch Of Potted Plants
At a time when our nation is facing historic crisis after historic crisis, they want us to be obsessed about how many Q-tips we are using?
Watch Climate Activists Try To Explain Why They Use Products Made From Fossil Fuels
No one wanted to take responsibility for their own actions
Greta Thunberg Meets With Barack Obama To Talk Climate Fear
He obviously doesn’t think there’s much of a chance of climate causing a rise in the oceans since he bought his $15 million mansion on the shore in Massachusetts
Video: Facebook Walks Into Legal Trap After Claiming To Be ‘Publisher’ In Laura Loomer Lawsuit
Notably, Facebook has long defined itself as a tech company which simply provides a platform for users' free speech.
Yang: Government Needs to ‘Modify Americans’ Diets’ by Taxing Cattle Industry
"Some people are going to hate this."
Is California About To Get Hit By A Hurricane For The Very First Time In U.S. History?
Right now there are three very dangerous tropical storms swirling in the eastern Pacific Ocean
New ‘Wearable Chair’ Allows You to be a Sit Down Slave at All Times
Making Wall-E a reality.