May 2014 part 2

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Everything you're looking for comet ISON Right here. Please Subscribe To Channel Thx. Comet ISON C/2012 S1 Today Comet ISON C/2012 S1 This Week Earthquake Up...

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Dancing Neutron Stars Form a Black Hole | RCScience
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(via NASA) This supercomputer simulation shows one of the most violent events in the universe: a pair of neutron stars colliding, merging and forming a black hole. A neutron star is the compressed cor...

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Organic Solar Cells More Efficient With Molecules Face-to-Face Organic solar cell efficiency depends upon the ease with which an exciton – the energy particle created when light is absorbed by the ...

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The Motion of the Medium Matters for Self-assembling Particles By attaching short sequences of single-stranded DNA to nanoscale building blocks, researchers can design structures that can effectively...

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Thinnest feasible membrane produced The membrane produced by the researchers at ETH Zurich is as thin as is technologically possible. nanotechnologyworldnews.blogspot.ca/2014/04/thinnest-feas...

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Longevity gene may boost brain power! People who have a variant of a longevity gene, called KLOTHO, have improved brain skills such as thinking, learning and memory regardless of their age, sex, or wh...

To put this in perspective,
This octopus had to first recognize that the red disk above it was separate from the invisible force field holding it in place. Than it had to understand not only push it off but spinning it will allow it to be pushed.
The kicker here is the fact that the process was continued, demonstrating that the octopus could not only abstract the ideas of the objects, but that there is a continual process that changes how these objects interact. All of this continued with little to no obvious sign that the turning red disk is being effected until it is free. Topped off by the fact that the octopus remained in the jar after the top was thrown off, this is just style.

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Today we remember the birthday of two great figures in the history of Mathematics Maria Gaetana Agnesi an Italian mathematician and philosopher (18th C) She is credited with writing the first book d...

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Fast and curious: Electrons hurtle into the interior of a new class of quantum materials The discovery is the latest chapter in the story of a curious material known as a "topological insulator," in ...

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California wildfires ravaging the coast, as seen from aerial view from space....
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Southern California wildfires as seen from space Image via NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

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A Lyman - alpha Blob is a stretch of of dense, heated, concentrated gas emitting is contents along a region of space known as the Alpha - Emission Line....
Lyman - Alpha blobs are some of the largest known individual objects in the Universe. ... Some of these immense, gaseous structures are 400,000 light years across........
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A Lyman - alpha Blob is a stretch of of dense,  heated,  concentrated gas emitting is contents along a region of space known as the Alpha - Emission Line....
Lyman - Alpha blobs are some of the largest known individual objects in the Universe. ... Some of these immense, gaseous structures are 400,000 light years across........

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Details on the next Rover mission.....
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Move over, Curiosity! NASA is already planning its next Mars rover, to launch in 2020, and this one will have an unprecedented job: to collect samples of Martian rocks and soil for future retrieval. T...

Details on the next Rover mission.....

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Separated at birth, split brains build new bridges. Unique connections can form in the brains of people born with the two hemispheres of their brain separated, explaining how the two sides can communi...

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Nature is incredible. Read more: bit.ly/1lhWgRU via Nautilus Magazine. Original image: majcot/Shutterstock

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This is HUGE. But perhaps the most exciting thing is that the research could lead to a treatment for dementia and Alzheimer's disease: bit.ly/1lhrbhn


YOU'LL NEVER HAVE TO USE 3D GLASSES AGAIN AT THE MOVIE THEATRES !!!!

Regardless of your thoughts on the effectiveness that 3D has on a feature film, we can all pretty much agree on one thing: 3D glasses suck. Their bulky, uncomfortable, and have the effect of wearing sunglasses indoors. And let's not even talk about the pain in the ass they are for people like me who wear prescription glasses. Because of this problem, the obvious next evolution for 3D technology is the elimination of the glasses. Complicated as that might seem, it would appear that the technology now exists.

According to MIT News - the news site for the Massachusetts Institute of Technology - a team of researchers part of the Camera Culture group at the MIT Media Lab have been working to refine a design for a projector that can create "glasses-free, multi-perspective, 3D video." The idea behind the development of the technology is to find a system that can replace holographic video, which currently is expensive and unpractical for widespread usage. While the official reveal won't happen until Siggraph - the computer graphics and interactive techniques conference and exhibition that will be held in Vancouver, Canada this August - some details are being revealed now.

The tech uses multiple LCD layers and for each frame it can project six different patterns that can be perceived from eight different vantage points. This means that the image will appear to change as you walk around the screen, just like how you perceive things in the real world.

While this is definitely a huge step forward in the world of 3D technology, I'll be curious to see how it can be implemented in movie theaters. Based on what's available to read about the projector and what I see in the video, it would appear that the most effective way to view this kind of 3D is by actually walking around it and seeing the images from as many angles as possible - thus getting the full effect. While it could be a very cool demonstration tool, I don't know how great it would be if you're just sitting and looking at it from one angle for two hours. I would imagine the next step for this kind of projector would be to create an unlimited number of viewable angles so that you can see the 3D effect just by turning your head slightly.... [Eric Eisenberg]


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As striking as it is, the illusion of depth now routinely offered by 3-D movies is a paltry facsimile of a true three-dimensional visual experience. In the r...

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can we see our galaxy by naked eye ?

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Controversial crystalline flask technique lets scientists take x-ray snapshots of a chemical reaction as it's happening. The very idea would have been science fiction just a few years ago. Read on: ht...

Renowned Theoretical Physicist, Edward Witten, speaks at the Newton Medal Ceremony started by the Institute of Physics....
Topics covered in his speech include String Theory, Quantum Loop Gravity, and Grand Unification.....

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RAW VIDEO: Jetpack Demo at Smithsonian Future Is Here Festival
REAL-LIFE JET-PACK DEMONSTRATION IN 4...3...2...1....

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The jetpack was demoed at the Smithsonian Magazine hosted event on Saturday May 17th, 2014 in Washington D.C..

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Sea anemone come in all sizes, shapes and colors. Here's a look at some of their diversity. oak.ctx.ly/r/12k48

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Mercury is well positioned now in the evening sky, putting on its best showing of the year for Northern Hemisphere observers. astronomynow.com/news/n1405/19mercury/