Category: SCI/TECH

Aug 3, 2016

Extreme Close-Ups of Over the Counter Drugs Dissolving in Water

Extreme Close-Ups of Over the Counter Drugs Dissolving in Water

“Chemistry is the study of matter, but I prefer to see it as the study of change” – Walter White

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Aug 2, 2016

Onboard the World’s Largest Passenger Ship (25 Photos)

Onboard the World’s Largest Passenger Ship (25 Photos)

1,188 ft long, 215.5 ft wide, 18 decks and 226,963 GRT. The facts and figures for this ‘floating city’ are mind-boggling

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Jul 28, 2016

This Plane Just Circumnavigated the Globe Without a Single Drop of Fuel

This Plane Just Circumnavigated the Globe Without a Single Drop of Fuel

500+ hours of flight, 43,041 km travelled and 19 world records; the Solar Impulse 2 (Si2) has completed a historic mission

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Jul 25, 2016

The Founder of TED Lists His 5 Favorite TED Talks

The Founder of TED Lists His 5 Favorite TED Talks

TED founder Chris Anderson lists his top 5 TED talks along with a brief explanation why he found each talk so enlightening

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Jul 19, 2016

Picture of the Day: Jupiter From ‘Below’

Picture of the Day: Jupiter From ‘Below’

The polar stereographic projection by NASA shows the south pole in the center of the map and the equator at the edge

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Jul 15, 2016

Temperatures of the Universe: From Absolute Zero to ‘Absolute Hot’ [Infographic]

Temperatures of the Universe: From Absolute Zero to ‘Absolute Hot’ [Infographic]

BBC Future explores the temperatures of the Universe from Absolute zero (–273.15°C/ –459.67°F) to ‘Absolute hot’ (Planck temperature)

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Jul 13, 2016

The Windows on this Train Automatically Fog When Passing Nearby Apartments

The Windows on this Train Automatically Fog When Passing Nearby Apartments

A cool privacy feature on the new monorail train in Dageu, South Korea

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