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Ranting On The Internet Is Bad For Your Health

Ranting on the Internet is bad for your health. A new study has shown that expressing anger online in the form of rants causes us to be even angrier. The researcher proves wrong all those who think that they are finding an effective outlet for their negative feelings. Is it really good to vent one’s

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Warp Speed Travel Is Within Our Reach, According To An Astrophysicist

It is known in the science community that we cannot attain travel at the speed of light. According to Einstein’s theory of relativity, nothing can exceed it. Well, theories are meant to be questioned, right? Astrophysicist Geraint Lewis from the University of Sydney has recently explained that theoretically warp speed travel is possible according to the

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China’s Assembling The World’s Largest Radio Telescope

The panels making up the largest radio telescope the world has ever seen, known as FAST & made by China, is currently being pieced together. An artist’s impression of the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Telescope (FAST). Photo credits: Arxiv. China is known to experimenting in a wide variety of fields, setting up ambitious projects. One such endeavour

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World’s Most Powerful Laser System Created in Japan

Laser technology has been subject to much development since the last few years. Recently, researchers from Osaka, Japan, say that they have created the most powerful laser in the world. The scientists of the “most powerful laser” explain that the two-quadrillion watt laser pulse they created lasted one trillionth of a second only. However short-lived

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This New Tech Allows You To Communicate With Dogs

While humans are the only creatures on Earth endowed with the faculty of speech, the ability of other animals to communicate with each other as well as with us cannot be ignored. Perhaps, we might even break this barrier future in the future. A new study might have paved the way for this: scientists from

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IBM Makes The Most Powerful Computer Chips Ever Created!

The world of technology has witnessed the advent of a “much higher-capacity” computer chip ever made, as boasts IBM. Researchers showing a wafer comprising 7nm chips in a NFX clean room in Albany, New York. Photo credits: Darryl Bautista/ Feature Photo Service/ IBM. The computer chip is said to be around four times more powerful than

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Boeing’s Compact Laser Weapon System Destroys Everything In Its Path

Mankind has developed weaponry ever since history can be traced back. Boeing’s new product known as the Compact Laser Weapon System might be the most innovative of them all, with the ability to destroy everything standing in its way. Boeing’s Compact Laser Weapon System might soon be integrated into the U.S Marine Corps. The system consists of

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Watch Out For Auto-Healing Broken Smartphone Screens

Technology comes with great promises to humankind. Recently, researchers from the University of Bristol, UK, have come forward with one that constitutes a self-repairing material to safeguard people from heart breaks that are bound to happen when their smartphone screens break or when their nail polish chip off. The material that was initially developed to

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Beware: Connecting to Wifi Anonymously By Being 2.5 Miles Away

Security researcher Benjamin Caudill has created a device, named ProxyHam, that allows users to connect anonymously to public Wi-Fi networks from 2.5 miles away. Armed with the device, which is described as a “hardware proxy”, users can access public Wi-Fi networks over an unidentifiable low-frequency radio channel such that even government agencies and spies would

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Revolutionizing Electronics – Laser Used To Create Micro-explosions in Silicon

Researchers from Australia have used lasers to generate tiny explosions in silicon to eventually create new materials which might revolutionise the world of electronics. The paper has been published in the journal Nature Communications. From left to right: Professor Jim Williams, Professor Andrei Rode & Associate Professor Jodie Bradbury with the complex electron diffraction patterns. Photo credits:

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World’s First Jetpacks Hitting The Market in 2016!

Jetpacks will soon hit the market! Start saving your money! They will be costing AUD$ 150,000, available to select buyers by the second half of 2016, and then accessible to the general public in 2017. The Martin Jetpack displayed at the Paris Airshow. Photo credits: Pascal Rossignol/Reuters. After years of testing, tech firm Martin Aircraft, based in

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Google’s Self-Driving Cars Hitting The Streets Of California

Google’s self-driving car is currently doing wonders in the US. Residents of Mountain View in California are travelling all around in the vehicle. Google’s self-driving car The self-driving car constitutes a number of advantages. No driver’s license is required. Furthermore, they are relatively safe: the only 12 accidents reported since September 2014 were caused by

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