By: Terrence Aym
Energy. The world knows how to create it and hungers for it. The great challenge over the past 100 years is how to effectively store it.While battery storage has come a long way since 1900, the improvements during the past 11 decades have not...
Inventions created by African Americans
By: Richard Hogsflesh
African American inventors are responsible for a number of items, ranging from toys to everyday essentials. These are some of the most important and popular. The gas mask Patented in 1912 by Garrett Morgan, the ‘safety hood’ was intended to allow firemen to enter...
By: L.J. Vannnatter
Technology is changing every day evolving and improving the way law enforcement officers are catching criminals. As criminals go high tech law enforcement agencies must advance also. The development of new technology is vital and is needed to fight crime and save lives. Future law...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Facial recognition hardware and software have been changing the world for a time. Law enforcement and Governments have been using facial recognition to track, locate, identify and capture suspects or missing persons. The classified systems that governments and law enforcement use can be far more...
By: Terrence Aym
An incredible report appearing in New Scientist ["Hijack your own dreams to improve your skills"] reveals astonishing breakthrough research by a Yale University team: dreams can be utilized to sharpen abilities and enhance social skills in the real world. While using this enhanced learning technique...
Why LSD is not obsolete
Lsd
By: Maggie Chingombe
Why LSD is not obsolete? Lysergic Acid Diethylamide is a semi-synthetic psychedelic drug of the ergoline family, first synthesized by Albert Hoffman in 1938. It is well known for psychological effects .It is also known as lysergide and colloquially as acid. Its uses range from...
By: Terrence Aym
The United States of America abandoned the moon more than 40 years ago, now China wants it.A new Chinese government white paper [translation here] declares Beijing is ready to “conduct studies on the preliminary plan for a human lunar landing.” The paper&mdash...
By: Art Young
It’s been noted that time is our most important asset. Countless hours are spent planning countless hours, days, weeks and months and all of these involve a calendar of some type. By simply powering up a computer or smartphone and clicking on the calendar...
By: Terrence Aym
When Professor Toshiyuki Nakagaki of the Future University Hakodate located in northern Japan observed a brainless slime mold navigate its way out of a maze, he realized the creature has an "intelligence" more sophisticated than the most powerful supercomputer.Mold's processing abilities shared by humansDuring...
Is it possible that extraterrestrial intervention helped mankind switch from iron to steel weapons?
By: T. Scott Randolph
Iron is a metal that literally changed history. It changed the way that people could farm, build things, and make weapons. When it was made into tools (either for everyday life or warfare) it was stronger than bronze. It made such an impact that a...

 

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