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Animals, Computers, and Energy: 1980: I bet in the future there will be a video where someone spins a fidget spinner extremely quickly in order to damage a handheld computer 2017: Kepler telescope catalogs hundreds of new alien worlds, some potentially habitable This Machine Could Print Synthetic Life Forms on Demand, And Our Minds Are Reeling New antibiotic effective against drug-resistant bacteria Computers are starting to reason like humans The Human Brain Can Create Structures in Up to 11 Dimensions Sun Likely Has a Long-Lost Twin Scientists Have Created The Largest Ever Virtual Universe Inside a Supercomputer A new device can clean polluted air and turn it into hydrogen energy Scientists Just Changed The Game And Made Synthetic Photosynthesis Possible 3 Separate Experiments Report Signs of a Phenomenon Beyond The Standard Model of Physics LIGO detects gravitational waves for third time The World's Most Powerful X-Ray Laser Just Gave Rise to a 'Molecular Black Hole Gene therapy could turn off' severe allergies An Additional Sixth Sense Has Been Detected on The Tongue CERN Just Fast-Tracked Plans to Build a Particle Collider Three Times as Big as The LHC The World's Largest Floating Solar Plant Is Finally Online World-First Trials Have Been Launched to Treat Parkinson's And Blindness With Embryonic Stem Cells Bacteria may supercharge the future of wastewater treatment Ineffective antibiotics form strong teams against deadly super bacteria Google's New Al Is Better at Creating Al Than the Company's Engineers For The First Time, Physicists Have Observed a Giant Magnetic Bridge' Between Galaxies Scientists Achieve Direct Counterfactual Quantum Communication For The First Time A New Gene-Editing Technique Has Eliminated Acute HIV Infection in Living Animals Gravitational waves could show hints of extra dimensions Scientists Have Discovered a New Quantum State of Matter Early Clinical Trial Shows 'Cancer Vaccines' Can Protect Humans From Tumours It's Happening: Scientists Can Now Reverse DNA Ageing in Mice Self-taught artificial intelligence beats doctors at predicting heart attacks Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be know Carl Sagan EverythingScience.co.uk <p>Don&rsquo;t lose hope via /r/wholesomememes <a href="http://ift.tt/2sQrAFO">http://ift.tt/2sQrAFO</a></p>

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Food, Life, and Waves: 1. ETERNAL STORAGE At the University of Southampton scientist have successfully used nanostructured glass device to create and retrive data. This device is size of the American quarter that can hold 36OTB of data and remain intact up to 1,000°C that means the average life at room temprature will be 13.8 billion years 2.DINOSAUR'S TAIL In month of december 99 million year old piece of dinosaur's tail was dangerously close to be converted into a jewelry but luckily landed in the hands of a paleontologists at market in Burma, who confirn it as tissue of dinosaur's tail which was first concieved as part of small plant 3. GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES About 1.3 billon years ago two black hole of the size of 29 and 31 times the size of the sun collided to form a massive black hole due to this mass equal to 3 suns was converted into enegery which was then emitted in fraction of second.This gravitational waves were first predicted by General theory of relativity. 4.GENE EDITING Gene editing has been used for very long time for developing food crops and on animal but for first time it is been deviced for curing diseases like cancer by carefull editing of the gene. Further development in this technology may lead to designer babies, prolonged lifespan, eradication genetic diseases like diabetes. 5. HYPERLOOP ONE Hyperloop, the vacuum-powered train line created by Elon Musk, may get a big boost next year. Hyperloop One, a company founded to pursue the idea, plans to unveil a test track this year 6, WEIRD XRAY Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the Andromeda and Perseus galaxies. And the signals' spectrum (or light signature) does not match any known particle or atom. So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of the galaxies, it corresponds lo areas of highly concentrated dark matter clumps. So while nothing is certain yet, this could be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our understanding of a long-standing universal mystery New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)
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Future, Life, and Tumblr: <p><a class="tumblr_blog" href="http://the-future-now.tumblr.com/post/140285130780">the-future-now</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2> <a href="http://mic.com/articles/136665/this-massive-virus-with-its-own-immune-system-could-hold-the-future-of-medicine?utm_source=policymicTBLR&amp;utm_medium=future&amp;utm_campaign=social"><b>This massive virus with its own immune system could hold the future of medicine</b></a><br/></h2> <p>French researchers think they’ve found a giant virus big enough to house its own virus-killing devices using a system like CRISPR, and it could be a completely new form of life.</p> <p>Called a mimivirus, it was first found growing in amoebae in a water tower. At four times the size of a typical virus, you can even see it under a light microscope</p> <p>When the mimivirus encounters another virus, it stores some of the invader’s genetic material. That way, when it encounters the same kind of virus again, the MIMIVIRE system goes into gene-editing berserker mode, finding the key genes of the virus and cutting them to inert oblivion. <a href="http://mic.com/articles/136665/this-massive-virus-with-its-own-immune-system-could-hold-the-future-of-medicine?utm_source=policymicTBLR&amp;utm_medium=future&amp;utm_campaign=social"><b>This could have major applications.</b></a></p> <p><i>Follow <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mmEkVO-zwSF_-vPksUKrG-A">@the-future-now</a></i><b>​</b><br/></p> </blockquote>

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