Harvard scientists create metallic hydrogen, a “Holy Grail” metal with revolutionary potential

Harvard scientists create metallic hydrogen, a “Holy Grail” metal with revolutionary potential

Since 1935, when it was first theorized, scientists have tried to create metallic hydrogen, a new material with potential revolutionary applications. Now scientists at Harvard University have published a paper in Science where they claim to have created it. If confirmed by additional tests, metallic hydrogen could become not only the rarest, but also one … Read more

The world’s oldest lazy man dies at 43

The world’s oldest lazy man dies at 43

The world’s oldest lazy man has died, according to LiveScience. Miss C, a lazy two-fingered man from Hoffmann, who lived at the Adelaide Zoo in Australia, was 43 years old. She fell asleep after her owners noticed that she was acting badly on June 2. He had several age-related health problems, as one would expect … Read more

50 astronauts will perform 3 spacewalks outside the International Space Station (ISS) for the future arrival of the commercial crew spacecraft

50 astronauts will perform 3 spacewalks outside the International Space Station (ISS) for the future arrival of the commercial crew spacecraft

Washington, March 24, 2017: Starting Friday, Expedition 50 astronauts will take up to three spacewalks outside the International Space Station (ISS) to prepare for the upcoming arrival of the commercial spacecraft and the upgrade station hardware, NASA said. The second and third spacewalk are scheduled for March 30 and April 6. The space routes will … Read more

A psychologist reveals the benefits of being alone that we have all inadvertently ignored.

A psychologist reveals the benefits of being alone that we have all inadvertently ignored.

“I’ve been alone all my life,” said Bella DePaulo. And she’s perfectly happy with that. DePaulo is a researcher and psychologist and says he never fantasized about huge weddings or the ideal husband. But she noticed that sometimes it seemed like everyone (including other scientists) was trying to push her into marriage. There have been … Read more

Pay 30% less to convert land use in Lucknow from residential to commercial, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

Pay 30% less to convert land use in Lucknow from residential to commercial, Real Estate News, ET RealEstate

The 3D printer developed by Professor Behrokh Khoshnevis could be used to build an entire house, layer by layer, in one day. LUCKNOW: In a major relief for all those seeking LDA approval to change their land use from residential to commercial or official, LDA has allowed conversion fees based on the LDA sector instead … Read more

Lewin Day | Hackaday

Lewin Day |  Hackaday

Perhaps the most well-known ridesharing service, Uber has grown rapidly in the last decade. Since its inception in 2009, it has expanded into markets around the world and entered the world of food delivery and even helicopter transport. One of the main areas of research for the company was the development of autonomous cars, which … Read more

Optical memory Hackaday

Optical memory  Hackaday

Like many of us, [Emily] woke up on the COVID-19 blockade during the summer. To make the most of her isolated time, she developed an optical audio decoder for the old 16 mm film, built using modern components and a bit of 3D printing. It all started with a broken 16 mm projector [Emily] received … Read more

Cultural burning KCET

Cultural burning  KCET

For thousands of years, California Indians have used fire as a tool for managing natural resources. Across the state, native peoples have produced cultural burns on a wide range of plants. Their fire regimes created various habitat mosaics that supported meadows, coastal meadows and meadows. Careful application of the fire increased the production of fruits … Read more