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  • skuzzbag 27 Dec 2012 12:40:13 5,934 posts
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  • localnotail 7 Jan 2013 11:38:15 23,084 posts
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    http://myscienceacademy.org/2013/01/03/27-science-fictions-that-became-science-facts-in-2012/
  • Psychotext 7 Jan 2013 11:59:28 57,663 posts
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    The robot in the second item is full on nightmare fuel.



    Edited by Psychotext at 12:00:07 07-01-2013
  • 4gate 8 Jan 2013 10:42:53 362 posts
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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-20942440

    17 billion close orbit earth-sized planets. We all get 2 each, with a few spares.
  • mcmonkeyplc 8 Jan 2013 11:00:34 39,936 posts
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    Sweet I always wanted my own planet.

    It's a shame we're never going to see any of them in our lifetimes :(
  • MetalDog 8 Jan 2013 11:17:20 23,928 posts
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    Sleep pattern article on mars mission stuff.
    And fuck you EG forum, let me post the link!

    Read this earlier and I'm wondering how it can be right. Surely it is in the realms of the FUCKING OBVIOUS that poor lighting and no artifically constructed day/night cycles are going to cause problems? We have decades of electric light and shift worker studies, surely they can't have failed to take any of that into account for a project like that?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-20937729
  • senso-ji 8 Jan 2013 13:09:33 6,501 posts
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    You'll be seeing these in the next CoD game, guaranteed
  • chopsen 15 Jan 2013 21:51:38 17,332 posts
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    Yay. Basically biggest thing ever found. Bigger than the biggest thing that should exist according to relativity. So big it breaks ideas about how the universe forms.

    Edited by Chopsen at 21:55:11 15-01-2013
  • chopsen 15 Jan 2013 21:54:03 17,332 posts
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    http://www.ras.org.uk/news-and-press/224-news-2013/2212-astronomers-discover-the-largest-structure-in-the-universe
  • FartPipe 16 Jan 2013 22:56:38 4,218 posts
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    We will not be hit in 2036
  • Ged42 22 Jan 2013 23:23:28 7,981 posts
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    The Opportunity Rover celebrates 10 years on Mars

    Pretty impressive for something thats was only meant to last 3 months.
  • Deleted user 23 January 2013 03:03:32
    Opportunity has driven 22.03 miles (35.46 kilometers) since it landed in the Meridiani Planum region of Mars on Jan. 24, 2004, PST
    Sounds like they used my old Citroen Saxo for parts. It got about as good mileage.
  • senso-ji 25 Jan 2013 14:13:16 6,501 posts
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    Data could be stored in artificial DNA instead of hard drives in the future

    Great as an archiving system, if they get it to work.
  • X201 25 Jan 2013 14:18:16 16,672 posts
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    So forum posters really could be talking out of their arse.
  • FWB 25 Jan 2013 18:40:22 48,700 posts
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    Assassins Creed.
  • Deleted user 28 January 2013 11:22:00
    @forum_trekkies

    Scottish Researchers Toy With Real Tractor Beam, Warn Against Use on Starships
  • fletch7100 5 Feb 2013 05:51:11 7,948 posts
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    Conrad Farnsworth, Wyoming Teen, Builds Nuclear Fusion Reactor In Garage

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    Fuelless Space Drive Defies Newton
  • Khanivor 10 Feb 2013 23:19:06 41,970 posts
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    Sounds legit. Where do I sign?
  • Razz 19 Feb 2013 20:03:14 62,320 posts
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    The accident that may change the world

  • mal 19 Feb 2013 20:25:09 24,331 posts
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    "With Carbon you could stick it in your recycling". Er, not with all the dielectrics and blobs of metal making up the terminals etc you couldn't.

    Still, another one to file alongside all the other graphene stories. One of them will come true eventually.
  • L0cky 19 Feb 2013 21:54:38 1,736 posts
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    Yeh, read a lot of different stories. I think graphene is just another one of the "give me funding" buzzwords of the moment, unfortunately :/
  • ecu 23 Feb 2013 02:24:42 77,912 posts
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    http://www.kcet.org/news/rewire/science/more-good-news-on-those-carbon-supercapacitors.html
  • Razz 23 Feb 2013 02:33:23 62,320 posts
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    Have ever mentioned what the energy density of Graphene is? Could it ever the high Wh/kg energy density or traditional batteries?
  • DaM 1 Mar 2013 09:31:54 14,264 posts
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    Rat digital telepathy.

    All Google need to do is add a brain probe on to their Glasses, and we're good to go!
  • TOOTR 1 Mar 2013 17:43:01 9,902 posts
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    DaM wrote:
    Rat digital telepathy.

    All Google need to do is add a brain probe on to their Glasses, and we're good to go!
    I'm surprised not many people are commenting on this - to me it's an amazing result. Granted I'd like to see it repeated and above the 70% success rate but still...

    Taking information out of one animals brain and pumping it into another one (via the internet and over thousands of miles in one of the tests) is pure sci-fi territory.
  • Blotto 1 Mar 2013 17:45:43 2,778 posts
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    Yeah, read this story today. It's genuinely alarming how often I read that something has happened/been released that is pure sci-fi territory.

    I'm a young man, I can't even imagine what kind of shit we'll be doing in 30 years, and I'll still only be 50 and able to enjoy it/use it.
  • mal 1 Mar 2013 18:48:27 24,331 posts
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    Fuck me, they've given Big Dog an arm and taught it to throw bricks. The nightmare continues unabated.
  • the_dudefather 1 Mar 2013 18:59:44 9,659 posts
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    In a linked scary robot story (from a while ago), this is also terrifying

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19506621
  • Deleted user 1 March 2013 19:02:31
    the_dudefather wrote:
    In a linked scary robot story (from a while ago), this is also terrifying

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19506621
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