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Rescue Robots
April 1st, 2016

The first thing a robot plunging into danger needs to do is power itself independently, and for as long as necessary. It takes a lot of electrical power to drive devices that are usually so heavy, and the heavier they are, the more power they have to carry on board (which makes them heavier, which requires more power in turn, and so on…)

Blackwood River Valley
June 1st, 2001

Besides the well-known wineries and apple orchards, pomegranates, chestnuts, quinces, apricots, peaches, plums, cherries and persimmons all flower or grow at different times of the year.


Wired For Stories
June 18th, 2018

The concepts of self, story, emotion and empathy are closely linked in the human animal. Whatever they can teach us about what we are and where we’re headed, it’s certain they’ve played a pretty big part in getting us this far.

Apps to keep your resolutions on track
April 6th, 2013

Long the subject of late January guilt and remorse as one New Years’ resolution after another falls by the wayside, our yearly promises to ourselves might get a new lease of life as our smartphones and PCs keep us on the straight and narrow.


Radiation and the mobile phone
November 6th, 2011

“Electromagnetic radiation causes increased risk of disease by causing DNA strand breaks,” says Dr Michael Wald, a director at US-based Integrated Medicine & Nutrition, “that’s what causes cancer.”

Comic book guys
December 20th, 2010

“Ultimately my 30 Days movie experience came from knowing David Slade,” says Templesmith, after the 30 Days of Night director, a fan of his work, asked to meet him. “I don’t think I would have been crashing at his house in LA or riding in the limo with him to the premiere without that. It wasn’t the typical process.






Actually, it is rocket science With the methane-driven Raptor engine, SpaceX is propelling spaceflight into a ...
October 1st, 2019

Jared Diamond writes about upheaval, but is ‘cautiously optimistic’ Reading Jared Diamond's influential books on humanity's history like Guns, Germs ...
October 1st, 2019

When Skylab Came Crashing Down Four decades ago, NASA’s pride and joy plummeted to Earth. No one ...
July 8th, 2019

Das uncrewed boot Boeing’s Orca is set to change the face of US undersea battle-readiness. ...
July 8th, 2019

The Time Machine A new space-borne telescope will see farther than any man-made instrument before ...
July 8th, 2019



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