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NASA Can’t Explain These Huge, 8,000-Year-Old Patterns In Kazakhstan

High in the skies over Kazakhstan, space-age technology has revealed an ancient mystery on the ground.

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Satellite pictures of a remote and treeless northern steppe reveal colossal earthworks — geometric figures of squares, crosses, lines and rings the size of several football fields, recognizable only from the air and the oldest estimated at...

Elon Musk plans launch of 4000 satellites to bring Wi-Fi to most remote locations on Earth - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Elon Musk has officially requested permission from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to launch a 4000 strong flotilla of satellites into orbit.

Elon Musk Plans to Bomb Mars with Nuclear Weapons

The SpaceX CEO revealed the idea on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert Wednesday, explaining that there are two ways — slow and fast — to make Mars warmer, and thus more habitable to humans. The fast way according to him is to "drop thermonuclear weapons over the poles," using SpaceX's reusable rockets.

Stonehenge archaeologists made extraordinary discovery of the ‘Largest surviving stone monument ever’ near Stonehenge

The Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project team claims that it has made the discovery beneath Durrington Walls, also known as "superhenge" - one of the largest known henge monuments built about a century after Stonehenge, which is believed to have been completed 3,500 years ago.

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Marie Curie's Research Papers Are Still Radioactive 100+ Years Later | Open Culture

When researching a famous historical figure, access to their work and materials usually proves to be one of the biggest obstacles. But things are much more difficult for those writing about the life of Marie Curie, the scientist who, along her with husband Pierre, discovered polonium and radium and birthed the idea of particle physics. Her notebooks, her clothing, her furniture, pretty much everything surviving from her Parisian suburban house, is radioactive, and will be for 1,500 years or more.

Musk, Wozniak and Hawking urge ban on warfare AI and autonomous weapons | Technology | The Guardian

The letter, presented at the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Buenos Aires, Argentina, was signed by Tesla’s Elon Musk, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, Google DeepMind chief executive Demis Hassabis and professor Stephen Hawking along with 1,000 AI and robotics researchers.

The letter states: “AI technology has reached a point where the deployment of [autonomous weapons] is – practically if not legally – feasible within years, not decades, and the stakes are high: autonomous weapons have been described as the third revolution in warfare,...

Stephen Hawking pledges support for $100 million fund to find aliens

Russian tech investor Yuri Milner is on a mission to answer a fundamental human question: are we alone in the universe. After putting money into projects like Facebook, Twitter, and Groupon among many others, Milner plans to spend $100 million on Breakthrough Listen, a project that will monitor space for messages or signals from extraterrestrial life.

Underwater farmers grow strawberries in balloon gardens - New Scientist

The transparent "biospheres" beneath the Bay of Noli, in Savona, Italy, are part of the three-year-old Nemo's Garden project, which aims to find innovative ways of growing crops in places that lack freshwater or fertile soil.

Resembling large balloons, the air-filled structures are anchored to the sea floor and float between 5 and 10 metres below the surface.

Inside, water condenses on the roof of the spheres, dripping back down to keep the plants watered, while the warm, near-constant sea temperature nurtures the plants.

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