SOURCE:The Swedish Research Council Till now we knew that or have been shown that paranormal experiences can be achieved via electromagnetic stimulation of the temple lobe.Now scientists from Uppsala and Lund universities in Sweden are calling into question how the experiments were set up and therefore questioning the results. Their study involving identical magnetic field … Continue reading New research shows Magnetism does not cause Paranormal experiences.
SOURCE:Universitat Politècnica de València At the Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV), belonging to the Nanophotonics Technology Center, have taken a new step in designing omnidirectional invisible materials.A temporal supersymmetry.They have discovered a new fundamental symmetry in the laws of electromagnetism, acoustics and elasticity:This finding has been published in Nature Communications. This new symmetry allows the conservation … Continue reading Designing omnidirectional invisible materials
According to the paper published in the journal Science Advances, the group of researchers affiliated with multiple institutions in Japan describes their study of carbon data from the KAGUYA lunar orbiter and what they learned from it. The work involved studying a year and a half of data from the KAGUYA lunar orbiter, focusing specifically on … Continue reading HOW CARBON EMISSION ON THE MOON CAN PUT THEORY OF MOON BIRTH IN DOUBT
A novel way that hackers could steal sensitive data from a highly secured computer: by tapping into the vibrations from a cooling system fan discovered by Israeli Researchers. According to researchers data encoded by hackers into fan vibrations could be transmitted to a smartphone placed in the vicinity of the targeted computer.Computers vibrate at a frequency … Continue reading A NEW WAY TO HACK DATA VIA COOLING FAN VIBRATION
Made from curved gold-cysteine nanosheets that all twist in the same direction, the spiky nanoparticle achieved the highest complexity measured. It absorbs UV light and emits twisted light in the visible part of the spectrum. Credit: Wenfeng Jiang, Kotov Lab, University of Michigan University of Michigan has produced Synthetic microparticles more intricate than some of … Continue reading THE MOST COMPLEX MATERIAL ON EARTH
SOURCE: NASA WFIRST's findings with results from NASA's Kepler and Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS) missions will complete the first planet census that is sensitive to a wide range of planet masses and orbits, bringing us a step closer to discovering habitable Earth-like worlds beyond our own. WFIRST data can spot transits (planets when they pass … Continue reading NASA’s Wide Field Infrared Survey Telescope (WFIRST) SET TO FIND EXOPLANETS
Scientists from Japan and Sydney have collaborated and proposed a novel two-dimensional design that can be constructed using existing integrated circuit technology.This design solves typical problems facing the current three-dimensional packaging for scaled-up quantum computers, bringing the future one step closer. Building quantum computers for large-scale computation is proving to be a challenge in terms … Continue reading Building quantum computers of the future