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Olympic Pavilion Is “Darkest Building on Earth”

British architect Asif Khan describes his Olympic pavilion as the “darkest building on Earth,” absorbing more than 99 percent of the light that hits it.…

Super Freaky Boston Dynamics Robots are Now Holding Doors for Each Other

It appears that Boston Dynamics robots have now graduated from merely doing backflips. In fact, they are becoming as polite as they are freaky, now…

Bizarre Orange Crocodiles Mutating into New Species

According to scientists, mysterious orange cave crocodiles that live in complete darkness in Africa are mutating into a strange new species. These creatures were discovered…

Chile Adds Five National Parks Over 10 Million Acres

Chilean president Michelle Bachelet has officially declared that Chile has created five sprawling national parks, and expanded the boundaries of another two, protecting vast swaths…

Earth’s Magnetic Poles May Be About to Flip. What Will Happen When They Do?

Earth’s magnetic field extends from the interior of the planet out into space. It protects us from solar and cosmic rays and deflects most of…

Digital Government Software Platforms to Leverage Power of Social Networks

Better, Faster, and Smarter Delivery of Government Services The general population’s impression of government agency services, whether deserved or not, is that they are slow,…

Japan’s SS-520-5 Is the Smallest Rocket to Successfully Deliver a Satellite into Orbit

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) hit a bit of a milestone after launching an experimental rocket into orbit. The space agency’s SS-520-5 became the…

Mustard Seeds Power Flight from U.S. to Australia

A Qantas plane recently made history by becoming the first in the world to be partly powered by mustard seeds. The U.S.-Australia biofuel flight took…

LG’s 65-In. OLED TV Can Be Rolled Up Like Paper

Our TVs just keep getting bigger, sharper, and thinner every year. LED is the leading TV display technology today, especially now that plasma technology is…

Cloned Monkeys in China Raise Fears of Human Cloning

Scientists have broken the technical barrier in human cloning by creating the world’s first cloned monkeys with the technique used to clone Dolly the sheep.…

SpaceX Rocket Falcon Heavy Lights 27 Engines Before Launch

Preparing for today’s launch, Elon Musk’s SpaceX recently conducted a key test of its new rocket – the Falcon Heavy. All 27 Merlin engines of…

Animation Shows How the Falcon Heavy Rocket Will Release Tesla Roadster in Space

SpaceX’s highly anticipated Falcon Heavy Rocket is scheduled to finally be launched, however, many people are interested in the fact that a car will also…

“Smart” Japanese Hotel Offers Guests Self-Parking Slippers

It’s an important tradition in Japan to remove one’s shoes before entering a home to keep the indoors clean at all times. This custom has been around for…

21st Century Smart Cities to Run on Data & Open Operating Systems

An Exciting Future for Cities For a city to be smart, it must be livable. This means commute times should be reasonable, noise levels low,…

Dell Turns Recycled E-Waste Gold into Incredible Jewelry

Did you know that certain parts of computers contain a whole lot of valuable metals, such as gold, silver, platinum, etc.? Tons of gold and…