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Category: Weird Science

3D Printed Robot Hand Raises its Hand for Pledges on Kickstarter

3D Printed Robot Hand Raises its Hand for Pledges on Kickstarter
Ever wanted a robotic hand? Well unless you’re a Terminator, or this guy, you probably don’t have one. Well, thanks to 3D printing, and the wonders of Kickstarter, you can soon own your own robot hand…
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Roadrunner Supercomputer Gets Decommissioned

Roadrunner Supercomputer Gets Decommissioned
Supercomputers are incredible pieces of technology with thousands of processors, terabytes of memory, and often hundreds of terabytes of storage as well. Back in 2008, the fastest supercomputer in the world was installed at Los Alamos…
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Pterosaur Named After 9-Year Old Girl Who Discovered It: Daisy the Explorer

Pterosaur Named After 9-Year Old Girl Who Discovered It: Daisy the Explorer
While some of you are out thinking of April Fools’ pranks to pull off, 9-year old Daisy Morris just had a newly discovered prehistoric flying reptile named after her. The pterosaur is called Vertidraco daisymorrisae, and…
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This Isn’t an Alien Invasion… They’re Just Smog-Cleaning Robot Jellyfish!

This Isn’t an Alien Invasion… They’re Just Smog-Cleaning Robot Jellyfish!
Most modern cities have bad air, it just comes with the fact that when people live very close together, and they have a lot of cars and industrial complexes, they pollute the environment. Heavy traffic doesn’t…
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The Two-Headed Shark: Doctor Evil’s Dream Come True

The Two-Headed Shark: Doctor Evil’s Dream Come True
I don’t think Doctor Evil was asking too much when all he wanted were sharks with frickin’ laser beams on their heads. Researchers recently confirmed an unusual discovery that will make any aspiring laser-wearing shark owner…
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T2T Tongue to Teeth is a Tongue-Mounted Toothbrush

T2T Tongue to Teeth is a Tongue-Mounted Toothbrush
This isn’t the first time that someone tried to reinvent the toothbrush. Remember the Rolly rolling toothbrush, where you were supposed to pop one into your mouth and chew to ‘brush’? The T2T Tongue to Teeth…
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Robot Salamander Crawls and Swims Its Way into Our Hearts

Robot Salamander Crawls and Swims Its Way into Our Hearts
Roboticists continue to take inspiration from animals to create new types of robot movement. This robotic salamander can swim, crawl and walk just like the real thing – only it’s not the real thing. It’s just…
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Graphene Earphones: Extremely Light and Incredibly Durable

Graphene Earphones: Extremely Light and Incredibly Durable
Many people rely on headphones and earphones for music and audio playback these days. It’s just a convenient way to listen to your tunes, without bothering the people around you. Now, scientists have come up with…
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581 Mice Made Over 25 Generations of Cloning: Dormtroopers

581 Mice Made Over 25 Generations of Cloning: Dormtroopers
Japanese researchers from the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology recently announced that they have cloned one mouse a total of 581 times. They did this by making clones, then making clones out of its clones and…
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“Near-mythical” Viking Navigational Aid Discovered in Ancient Shipwreck

“Near-mythical” Viking Navigational Aid Discovered in Ancient Shipwreck
A debate has raged among historians and archaeologists for decades over how the Vikings were able to navigate their ships. There have been some reports in ancient literature of a navigational aid used by Vikings called…
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Drones For Journalism Not War

Drones For Journalism Not War
Drones are starting to be used for more than war and espionage these days. Even journalism schools are trying to harness them, by offering classes on drone reporting, despite that this practice is illegal for professional…
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DARPA ARGUS-IS 1.8 Gigapixel Camera: Enough Resolution for Ya?

DARPA ARGUS-IS 1.8 Gigapixel Camera: Enough Resolution for Ya?
There are plenty of drones hovering overhead, but I have to say that mounting one of these ultra-high resolution cameras on one will make them very useful for Big Brother. Pretty soon, they’ll be able to…
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Edible Sugar Glasses: Drink up, Then Eat up

Edible Sugar Glasses: Drink up, Then Eat up
Candy glass isn’t something new, but these ones made out of sugar are supposed to complement the drinks that you are consuming, and are certainly more artful than the ones I’ve seen before.…
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Thousands of Mysterious Purple Spheres Discovered in the Desert

Thousands of Mysterious Purple Spheres Discovered in the Desert
In Tucson, Arizona, locals have discovered a strange collection of purple spheres in the middle of the desert. It’s not yet certain what these spheres are, but analyses are being made to ascertain their exact nature.…
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Mercury May Have Once Had a Lava Ocean

Mercury May Have Once Had a Lava Ocean
Researchers have been poring over data captured by the NASA Messenger probe as it conducted its study of Mercury. Amongst the data the probe discovered about the incredibly hot and small planet, were some tidbits about…
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Robotic Bat Wing Developed: Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?

Robotic Bat Wing Developed: Where Does He Get All Those Wonderful Toys?
This robotic bat wing was developed by Wayne Enterprises – I mean Brown University. Because you need a wing if you want to build a bat. In fact, you need two. Right now, it is just…
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