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Rememory, The AI that Helps Us Talk to the Dead

Rememory, the act of talking to the dead, is an idea as old as man himself. For pagans, it was a means of venerating ancestors who had passed. In Christianity, it remains the belief in afterlife through purgatory, heaven,...

Google Develops AI Bot that Creates Music

It shouldn't come as a surprise that artificial intelligence would eventually make its way into the world of music, given the extent to which it has already infiltrate other aspect of our digital lives, from the creation of original...

Missing Ancient Greek Inscriptions Solved by Artificial Intelligence

Ancient Greek historians have now an artificial intelligence (AI) tool to help decipher texts. Being a scholar in ancient Greek is difficult. The primary texts, on stone that may have been chipped and weathered through time, are frequently damaged beyond...

NASA’s Nuclear Thermal Rocket Engine Could Send Humans to Mars

Nasa has announced that it plans to conduct tests of nuclear-powered rockets that might transport astronauts to Mars at incredible speeds. Together with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) of the United States government, the agency stated on Tuesday...

What Time Is It on the Moon?

As space agencies and private companies prepare for increased lunar exploration, including the establishment of permanent bases on the Moon, scientists are working to answer a fundamental question: What time is it on the Moon? According to the journal Nature,...

Change of Earth’s Inner Core Rotation Has Come to Near-Halt

According to the findings of a recent study, the core of the Earth may no longer be spinning at all or may possibly be spinning backward. A solid metal core, roughly seventy percent of the size of the moon, surrounds...

China Taps Into Bolivia’s Huge Reserves of Lithium

Last week, Bolivia picked a consortium that includes China's battery giant CATL to develop its largely untapped lithium reserves. A report by Reuters said the deal would see the consortium partner direct lithium extraction from Bolivia's Uyuni and Oruro salt...

Chinese Scientists Claim Ability to Break Encryption With Quantum Computing

In a recently published paper, Chinese scientists have claimed that they are capable of breaking encryption with quantum computing. Security analysts are concerned that, if true, this technological breakthrough could be a threat to both national and personal security. Encryption...

World’s Largest Aircraft, Stratolaunch Roc, Makes Test Flight

The Roc, the largest plane in the world, took off Friday morning from the Mojave Air and Space Port in southern California, U.S. and flew for a record-setting six hours before returning to the same airfield. The American carrier plane...

Elon Musk’s Name Appears in 69-Year-Old Book About Space Travel

Elon Musk, the tech billionaire and once richest person in the world, has promised to bring humans to Mars by 2024. But was his mission predicted nearly 70 years ago in a fiction book? Musk has cryptically tweeted in the...

Powerful Laser Redirects Lightning Strikes

A strong laser can attract a lightning bolt and redirect its path across the sky. It's not the first time researchers have used lasers to control electricity, but this is the first time the approach has been shown to...

Elon Musk Breaks World Guinness Record for Biggest Wealth Loss

Elon Musk, the well-known South African billionaire and once richest person on earth, now holds the record for the largest loss of personal fortune in recorded history. Forbes has calculated that he has suffered a loss of around $182 billion...

22 Inventions That Are Saving the World

We all know that we need to do our part to save the Earth, but the hardest part is knowing where to start. Everyday, it seems like there's a new headline about how humans are destroying the planet. Under...

NASA Unveils Plan for New Telescope to Find Life on Alien Worlds

Future discoveries are often on the minds of astronomers. Researchers at this week's American Astronomical Society meeting filled a conference room to capacity to hear about plans for a successor to the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) that began operations...

Greek Student From Thessaloniki Newest NASA Member

A young Greek student from Thessaloniki, has become the newest member of the NASA research team. Menelaos Raptis, who studies at the Franklin & Marshall College of Astrophysics, is also a member of the National Robotics Team and the...