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Chart-Like Composite Photographs by Dan Marker-Moore Show the Progression of the 2019 Solar Eclipse

Los Angeles-based photographer Dan Marker-Moore (previously) flew south to document the solar eclipse that occurred in Chile on July 2, 2019. While many professional photographers also documented the event, most images capture the singular moment in one image. Marker-Moore decided … Continue reading

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A computer system that knows how you feel – ScienceBlog.com

Could a computer, at a glance, tell the difference between a joyful image and a depressing one? Could it distinguish, in a few milliseconds, a romantic comedy from a horror film? Yes, and so can your brain, according to research published this … Continue reading

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A tectonic plate may have peeled apart—and that could shrink the Atlantic Ocean

Something strange is happening off the coast of Portugal, and scientists have now proposed a groundbreaking explanation.   BY MAYA WEI-HAAS PUBLISHED MAY 6, 2019 For years, João Duarte has puzzled over a seemingly boring underwater expanse off the coast … Continue reading

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Megaliths in the Bath House Ruins: Interactive Digital Installation by teamLab – Faith is Torment

This interactive digital installation entitled Megaliths in the Bath House Ruins by Japanese art collective teamLab features artwork continuously rendered in real-time by a computer program on megaliths that appear to emerge out of the floor. The artwork is continuously … Continue reading

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Space champagne science ready for celebrating space travel

Quartz Published on 24 Sep 2018 Drinking champagne in outer space is now possible, thanks to a new kind of bottle created by Maison Mumm. The champagne company made the product specifically so that space tourists can share bubbly in … Continue reading

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Brazilian Non-profit Tags Clothes for Workplace Abuse Using Blockchain — scoreit.online

The Brazilian non-profit Alinha Institute has launched their Alinha Tag, aiming to inform customers of the labor conditions of the workshops that produced their clothes. As per a Cointelegraph Brasil report from July 3, the new Alinha Tag is especially … Continue reading

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Neuroscientists decode brain speech signals into written text

Study funded by Facebook aims to improve communication with paralysed patients   When Stephen Hawking wanted to speak, he chose letters and words from a synthesiser screen controlled by twitches of a muscle in his cheek. But the painstaking process … Continue reading

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Engineering Serendipity – How to create more happy ‘accidents’ | Daniel Doherty | TEDxWandsworth

TEDx Talks Published on 21 Dec 2015 Daniel doesn’t believe in fate, luck or destiny. But serendipity appeals to him greatly! He loves meeting people and learning about them, but really he wants to understand what makes them truly happy. … Continue reading

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How Fireworks Work: Ball Shells

NightHawkInLight Published on 8 Jan 2012 This video shows the basic concepts that are used to create professional firework shells. If you would like to learn how to purchase or build professional fireworks safely and legally, I suggest reading this … Continue reading

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That’s How Wi-Fi Actually Works

BRIGHT SIDE Published on 6 Jun 2019 Remember the days when your internet was connected through the phone line? Oh, that sound of dial-up! We’ve come a long way since then, and chances are that you’re watching this video through … Continue reading

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