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Category: Weird Science

FDA Approves Indigestible Medical Sensor You Swallow Like a Pill

FDA Approves Indigestible Medical Sensor You Swallow Like a Pill
The FDA has issued approval for an interesting medical gadget that is designed to be swallowed. The digestible sensor is designed to report back to doctors on a patient’s adherence to medications, as well as to…
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NASA Promotes Mars Curiosity Rover with Star Trek Actors

NASA Promotes Mars Curiosity Rover with Star Trek Actors
NASA is milking the coming landing of the Curiosity rover for all it’s worth with numerous videos to get people excited about the Rover landing on the surface of the red planet. The nuclear powered Curiosity…
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Curiosity Makes Its Final Flight Path Tweak before Landing

Curiosity Makes Its Final Flight Path Tweak before Landing
If you follow the space program at all, you probably know that NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory, known as Curiosity, is on its way to the red planet. Curiosity is scheduled to touch down on the surface…
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NASA Designing a New Spacesuit, Astronauts to Look Like Buzz Lightyear?

NASA Designing a New Spacesuit, Astronauts to Look Like Buzz Lightyear?
NASA is trying to bring it’s equipment into the 21st century and that includes updating its spacesuits. Scientists and engineers at NASA have been working to develop the new prototype called the Z-1. This is the…
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Wheatley Actually Makes it to Spaaaaaaace!

Wheatley Actually Makes it to Spaaaaaaace!
If you’ve ever played the video game Portal 2, you surely remember the floating robotic orb or personality core known as Wheatley. If you’re a fan of Wheatley, you will certainly appreciate this. An unnamed tech…
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Burning Cup Heats up Your Drinks in a Jiffy

Burning Cup Heats up Your Drinks in a Jiffy
This isn’t the first time someone out there decided to come up with a gadget that made heating drinks up easier. Remember the HeatStick? However, this time around, the heating mechanism is built into the cup…
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Aerographite is the World’s Lightest Material

Aerographite is the World’s Lightest Material
Scientists from Europe have created what they claim to be the world’s lightest material. The material is called Aerographite and is said to be 75 times lighter than styrofoam. The new material is also electrically conductive,…
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500 Trillion Watt Laser Would Make Doctor Evil Proud

500 Trillion Watt Laser Would Make Doctor Evil Proud
Doctor Evil always had modest dreams, all he really wanted were sharks with frickin’ laser beams on their heads. But not ones to settle for something so lame, a group of researchers at the National Ignition…
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Lockheed Martin Powers Stalker UAV with Frickin’ Lasers

Lockheed Martin Powers Stalker UAV with Frickin’ Lasers
If you’ve seen the action flick Act of Valor, you may remember the small handheld UAV that was used to keep an eye on enemy placement. Lockheed Martin makes a little UAV called the Stalker Unmanned…
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Japanese Scientists Want to Charge Electric Vehicle Battery through Its Tires

Japanese Scientists Want to Charge Electric Vehicle Battery through Its Tires
I think electric vehicles are interesting enough, but they have a lot of practical limitations that keep most drivers from considering them. Probably the biggest issues are driving range and the time it takes to charge…
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Aurora Borealis Sound Recorded

Aurora Borealis Sound Recorded
One the coolest natural phenomenon that happens around Earth are the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis. We’ve seen this phenomenon photographed from space by astronauts on the ISS in the past and the glowing greenish hue…
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Mahoro Robot Does Dangerous Lab Work Fast

Mahoro Robot Does Dangerous Lab Work Fast
Mahoro is a general purpose robot co-developed by AIST and Yaskawa. It’s mission in life is to carry out dangerous lab work that was previously done manually by humans. Its jobs include culturing and dispensing with…
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The Higgs Boson Explained via Comics for Us Lesser Geeks

The Higgs Boson Explained via Comics for Us Lesser Geeks
I imagine physicists all over the world must have been titillated by the news that broke out yesterday: scientists at the CERN laboratory have discovered what they think is the Higgs Boson particle. If you want…
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Smoking Vaccine Could Block Nicotine Buzz

Smoking Vaccine Could Block Nicotine Buzz
After working in a hospital for over a decade, I’ve been around many people that had major health problems related to smoking. Combine the health issues with the fact that smoking is just absolutely disgusting to…
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Researchers Produce Temperature of 7.2 Trillion Degrees, Set “World’s Hottest” Record

Researchers Produce Temperature of 7.2 Trillion Degrees, Set “World’s Hottest” Record
It’s summer in Texas, and I’ve lived here my entire life. That means I know a thing or two about hot. A group of physicists at the Brookhaven National Laboratory has landed themselves in the Guinness…
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Students Set Record for Human-Powered Helicopter

Students Set Record for Human-Powered Helicopter
A team of students at the University of Maryland A. James Clark School of Engineering have been hard at work trying to perfect one of the ideas that many inventors and pioneers of aviation have tried…
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