Science And Tech

Science And Tech

Nasa Discovers That The Bible Is Scientifically Accurate

Harold Hill, a NASA consultant specialising in space programs and the President of the Curtis Engine Company in Baltimore, have recently made a bold claim. It is based on the space scientists and astronauts at Green Belt, Maryland who experienced something extremely odd. They claim it has made them believe that the Bible is, in

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Apple to Launch iPhone 7 with 256GB storage capacity, Fast charging

The next-generation iPhone is expected to be called the iPhone 7, but there have been some rumours suggesting Apple could drop its standard numbered naming convention, instead calling the 2016 iPhone the “iPhone Pro.” It is unclear at this point if those rumours are accurate. Because 2015 marked an “S” iPhone upgrade year that introduced

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Nokia Set To Make A Comeback! This Time With Android!

According to recent reports, Nokia is returning to the smartphone market. Microsoft recently announced it’s offloading of Nokia’s old feature phone business to a Foxconn subsidiary and a Finnish company called HMD Global. It has been revealed by Nokia that HMD is also acquiring the rights to use the Nokia name on smartphones and tablets

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This New Operating System is Ready to Replace Android and iOS

Sailfish, a new mobile operating system is posing a grave challenge to the monopoly of Android and iOS. The OS developed by a group of engineers from Nokia have introduced their platform into the new Jolla phones. Sailfish is primarily a gesture-based mobile platform based on the Nokia’s Meego, a Linux-based free mobile operating system

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SCIENTISTS DISCOVER THAT HUMANS HAVE A ‘MAGNETIC 6TH SENSE’ TO DETECT SOMETHING WE CAN’T EVEN SEE

It’s called magnetoreception, and it refers to the ability to perceive magnetic fields. Several animals use it to find their way over long distances by aligning themselves with the Earth’s magnetic field. Sea turtles. honeybees, spiny lobsters, dolphins, migratory birds, and more all have a magnetic compass which allows them to use the information that’s coded into

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15-year-old invents shoes that charge your phone as you walk

When you were 15, the most sophisticated innovation you ever came up with was probably a bong made out of Wilson tennis balls, or a way to do shots in school that involved a bunch of tampons soaked in Captain Morgan’s. Filipino teen Angelo Casimiro, however, has just invented a device that kicks your tennis

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Meet The Biohackers Letting Technology Get Under Their Skin

For some people, the human body isn’t a temple. Instead they see it as a source of frustration thanks to the considerable limitations compared to the powerful technology available today. In the last few years, a new community of biohackers or “grinders” has sprung up to experiment with enhancing the human body with technology. Largely outside of

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Artificial Intelligence Has Learned To Predict Kisses and hugs

Researchers at MIT have developed artificial intelligence for analysing body language and predict human behaviour. Established scientists looked neural network 600 hours of TV shows such as “Desperate Housewives” and “Office”. After that, the system introduced new video and was asked to predict the behaviour of the people involved in them. Artificial intelligence had to

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