Source: Cancer.org. What a time to be alive. Scientists have developed nanomachines that can kill cancer in 60 seconds! The way they work is by little molecules that are driven by light that make their way through the cell lining then activate. A test done at Durham University took about one to three minutes to totally kill prostate cancer! Dr. Robert Pal of the University of Durham stated, “We are moving towards realising our ambition to be able to use light-activated nanoma
Source: NASA. In a galaxy not as far away... but with a planet closer than we’d think. Water has been found on our favorite red planet, Mars. Scientists decided to take a look at old data from a NASA spacecraft orbiting Mars, and found what appears to be ice near the equator. Finding water based substances on Mars isn’t all that new. As a matter of fact NASA had discovered water on the big red planet back in 2015. The main thing separating these two is that when it was cold e
Self driving cars are becoming more and more in talks now, as technology continues to improves itself. So much now that the House of Bill has recently passed a new bill to speed production on them. For years people have wanted this and there have been a few. But at high end prices. Now hopefully with this bill passed they won’t cost as much, just like Tesla when they announced their newest model. The vote was passed by a voice vote. And most of the concerns from government of
Russia has been the poster boy lately in hacking. It seems like they’re always in the news for intervening with something related to the US. Well, now is no different... But this time they’ve found a major flaw in Google's system.
Whenever you use your smartphone to go on to Hoogle you may see the little (AMP) Accelerated Mobile Pages right on the bottom of the first couple website names. Those first couple ones are paid to be on the top of the web browser in case you didn’
Source: beneficialbugs.org. Are you a coffee lover? If so I have got some bad news for you. A research team modeled Latin America, specifically where coffee is grown. Under several global warming scenarios, considering both plants and bees....
“The team consisted of experts from the Smithsonian in Panama; the International Center for Tropical Agriculture in Vietnam; the Tropical Agricultural Research and Higher Education Center in Costa Rica; Conservation International an
Around the world we find reports of fantastical beasts. Many of these are certainly real only in the imagination. Floating heads attached to intestines? Not likely to turn up as a museum specimen. Monsters bigger than any living or extinct animal? Probably not being missed by all the people running around right now. Weird, but realistic, creatures hiding in plain sight by virtual of their lifestyles? Sure, that might be. We discover near animals all of the time. Most of these
I listen to podcasts. Sometimes in my car, sometimes in my office, and sometimes at the gym. What else would a true nerd be doing? Listening to popular music or something? When I am not listening to the BotCast, here are some of my recommendations! COMPLETELY UNNECESSARY PODCAST If you love retro gaming, new gaming news, and stories about gaming YouTubers, then this could be the podcast for you. Hosted by Pat "The NES Punk" and Ian Ferguson, it's always good for a laugh or 2.
Ever wondered how scary and or beautiful a nuclear bomb would look like? Well, look no further because YouTube now has some declassified nuke testings! The United States conducted around 216 atmospheric test from 1945 to 1992, most taking place in Nevada and the Pacific Ocean. These videos have now been declassified for everyone to watch in all its horrific glory. Greg Springs, nuclear weapons physicist at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, and his college Jim Moye, a film expe
Oculus Rift has made headlines once again with it’s newest project, Mission ISS. It allows everyday people such as you and I to explore the international space station! It is currently free for all Oculus Rift and Touch owners. Mission ISS is a detailed recreation of the space station where players can do all sorts of things normal astronauts would do such as spacewalks, dock cargo capsules, and even “perform mission-critical task”. It was designed by NASA themselves and many
Beginning May 3rd with the release of SECRET EMPIRE #3, Marvel digital redeem codes will unlock a free digital copy along with a BONUS digital copy on the Marvel Universe Application for both iOS and Android. This is giving more value to the print comic book readers. These redemption codes are only available at your local comic book stores. Fans will be updated with social messaging, weekly, so they know what additional BONUS digital comics will be available to them. This wi