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Oz-ZNA: the key to humanity’s immortality

Apparently, Ozzy Osbourne’s genetics might hold the key to finding out why he’s still as together as he his after decades of drugs and World of Warcraft, when so many other rock stars and everyday folks have succumbed to death’s … Continue reading

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Sea mammals defending our shores

The Navy SEALS are old news kids: now, we’ve got Navy Dolphins and Navy Sea Lions. No. Not these. Apparently, the Navy has trained these animals to search for bombs and terrorists very quickly, something that would take human beings … Continue reading

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Engineering our own destruction: Spider-Goats

I promise you that this is totally for realz: we have genetically engineered a cross between spiders and goats. The reasoning behind this abomination is sound, and if you step back and just think about how cool it is that … Continue reading

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Heroes of History: Nikola Tesla

Nikola Tesla, probably calculating how to teleport cats to Venus or something. Thomas Edison is responsible for stealing and taking credit for many of the amenities we use to day: electricity, the electric light bulb, portable music (he’s credited with … Continue reading

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Here’s a little bit of “future” for you

I’d never heard of this before today, which surprises me: liquid glass. It was developed by a German company called Nanopool, and within a few years, it will be on everything you own because it protects anything it’s been applied … Continue reading

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Did you know we launch about one rocket a week?

That’s how far we’ve come. 49 years ago, Yuri Gagarin, a cosmonaut, became the first human to enter outer space. A mere eight years later, we put a man on the Moon. EIGHT YEARS. And my cell phone is smarter … Continue reading

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