We take for granted that adults are the ones who change our world by inventing new technologies. But there were many times in history when the most interesting discoveries were made by smart kids.
The answer is NO. Here are the changes that must be made in our DNA to colonize Mars!
On the evening of July 11, 2021, the ship full of passengers took off from New Mexico and went straight up, piercing the sky. In addition to two pilots on board, there were four company employees, including its founder, Richard Branson
You can love robots, you can be afraid and not trust them, but, no matter how we treat them, these fantastic creations have become our reality.
Are you properly prepared for three months of summer adventures?
As they say, every stick has two ends. COVID-19 helped businesses adapt to the new online retail reality and forced scientists to find new ways to use high technology to alleviate the potential health hazards in the future.
Compared to many other species, all humans have incredibly similar genomes. However, even small changes in our genes or our environment can lead to some very unique traits being developed.
“Just reach out and touch the stars!”
Let’s dive through some of the most insane technologies people have thought up and see why they aren’t very realistic to be developed in the short term.
History is full of inventions that were going to change the world. The only problem is — the majority of them die out even before the prototype stage.
A new invention has recently popped up on the market — the MicroClimate Air helmet. It is an alternative to the uncomfortable face masks recommended during the coronavirus pandemic. But unlike those masks, it looks funny and ridiculous, which leads to some hilarious memes.
According to certain knowledgeable people, the teenage brain is shaped by any memorable experiences and repeated activities. This means all those games you’ve played as a kid, basically, molded your adolescent mind. And depending on the genre, you’re getting different results.
We all live in a galaxy called the Milky Way, but we can hardly see it. To assess its full scale, we need to look at it from the side. That’s why we only have a small piece of the big picture available for observation. But even that small amount of information we’ve gathered so far is simply astounding.
On May 30, 2020, Elon Musk’s space company marked the beginning of the private astronautics era. Launching the Crew Dragon spacecraft using the Falcon 9 rocket has shown that private companies can send people into space…
Most of us use virtual assistants in iPhones, GPS navigators, and other talking stuff almost every day. We ask what the weather will be like, what time it is, what’s 4×4, driving directions, and so on. But we never ask ourselves why the vast majority of the responses we get are spoken in a female voice.
A couple of weeks ago, scientists received a fresh batch of new photos of the gas giant from the Juno satellite. Juno’s phenomenal camera managed to capture some undeniably unique phenomena.
Technology is quite a thing to behold. Over the last decades technology has expanded exponentially and we’ve come across some truly groundbreaking stuff. Let’s not waste any more time and look at science’s greatest hits.
What fascinates us most about the Universe is how little we know about it. And just as we want to find out what happens to us after we die, scientists are curious about what could happen to the entire Universe when the Grim Reaper comes to visit.
From virtual reality headsets to lab-grown meat – we’ve seen them all, and now it’s time to fire off the top 8 most innovative products of the 2010s’!
Initially, the types of technology that exist in science fiction might sound unrealistic, and then at some point human civilization reaches a stage where it actually becomes possible.