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Top 50 Most Beautiful Scenic Places In United States

Apr 9th, 2013 No Comments

Sometimes, some photographers are lucky to be at the right place at the right time to take an amazing and bizarre photograph. Here fate seems to play an important role in guiding the photographers to such amazing timing.   Whether it […]

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STEALTH WAR: The Anti Drone Clothing Line Launched

Apr 4th, 2013 No Comments

The use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) generally named as drones, has generated lots of controversy in recent years.  Drones use thermal imaging sensors to find and lock onto a target. Their use has resulted in civilian causalities, as well as, […]

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The World’s Smallest Night Vision Camera Unveiled: CHOBI Cam Pro3 (Video)

Apr 3rd, 2013 No Comments

If you are an amateur video maker who wants to make videos of night life in a garden or jungle then the night vision camera “CHOBi Cam Pro 3” might be the solution. Priced at just $54, it is small enough […]

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Swiss Scientists Develop World’s Smallest Implant For Early Diagnosis Of Heart Attack Using Smartphone

Apr 2nd, 2013 1 Comment

The worlds smallest body implant to diagnose heart diseases by monitoring the blood chemicals, has been developed by researchers at Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in Switzerland. This small 14mm implant monitors proteins like troponin in blood. The level of this […]

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A Novel Of 1969 Precisely Predicted Events Of Our Time

Apr 1st, 2013 No Comments

John Brunner wrote his science fiction novel “Stand on Zanzibar” in 1969. Set in 2010, he described our lives today with a surprising precision. Science fiction novels help people escape their daily lives  into an imaginary world. However, many times fiction becomes […]

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Tourists Attend Funeral Procession Of Dolphins(video)

Mar 31st, 2013 No Comments

The enthusiasm of the tourists who went to see the dolphins playing in their natural habitat quickly waned, as instead, they attended a real funeral procession. Some of the tourists who came to Dana point on the southern California cost were stupefied to […]

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Google Street View Offers Tour Of A Ghost Towns Near Fukushima

Mar 31st, 2013 No Comments

  Since Thursday, Google is offering a virtual tour of an abandoned town  “Namie”, near Fukushima, Japan. The town was abandoned after the nuclear disaster. The pictures were taken in March 2013. Abandoned houses, broken windows, empty streets, and fishing boats still standing […]

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A Robotic Hand Controlled By The Mind Of A Paralyzed

Mar 30th, 2013 No Comments

A 52 years old paralyzed woman is now able to eat using a ground breaking new robotic arm. The arm is operated with the help of electrodes implanted in her brain to catch the brain signal. Named Jan Scheuerman has […]

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Babyloid: A Baby Robot To Fight Against Depression In The Elderly

Mar 30th, 2013 No Comments

Babyloid is a robot created in Japan by Masayoshi Kanoh, a professor at Chukyo University in Nagoya. This robot can help the elderly fight against their isolation. Japan is a country with one of the world’s lowest birth rates and […]

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Ekso exoskeleton: A Promising Hope For The Paralysed

Mar 30th, 2013 1 Comment

Many times the road side accidents as well as accidents during skiing, or falling result in damage to the spinal cord. Sometimes, this damage can be permanent and lead to the life long lower back paralysis. This leads to a severely degraded […]

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A Man Making His Own Nuclear Reactor In The Kitchen

Mar 29th, 2013 No Comments

The Swedish authorities have arrested a 31 years old man in July who was trying to build a nuclear reactor in his kitchen. This story of a local newspapers made its echo in the international media. “I was arrested and jailed […]

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