Could early hominids have been walking around in Germany 9.7 million years ago? I doesn’t seem likely, and it’s a bit much to derive from two teeth.
Here is the slightly “fringe” article (warning: ad clogged website)…
9.7 Million-Year-Old Teeth Found in Germany Belong to Hominin Only Known To Have Existed in Africa 4 Million Years Later
And here is a response from National Geographic…
Ancient Teeth Found in Europe Belonged to Mystery Primate
This is so cool. I wish we could capture it, or at least analyze a sample from it.
Researchers observe the first known interstellar comet
This is so cool.
Scientists witness huge cosmic crash, find origins of gold
UPDATE! Veritasium has released a great video outlining the importance of this event.
Weird. Adding asphalt to lithium batteries decreased their charge time to just a few minutes, and they lasted longer.
Asphalt helps lithium batteries charge faster
You don’t want to ever be this dumb. BTW, this is why I don’t watch QVC.
I for one, welcome our new robot overlords…
One Step Closer to Lifelike Robots
Odds are Benedict Cumberbatch can’t do a good American accent though.
SpaceX has teased a photo of the full spacesuit and, of course, it looks cool.
Feed spiders carbon nanotubes and get webbing that could hold a human. Wow!
Scientists have spiders producing enhanced web that can hold a human
Nanomachines are microscopic robots that can perform surgery from inside a patients body. They have long been thought to be an effective tool against cancer. Now we are getting close.
Nanomachines that drill into cancer cells killing them in just 60 seconds developed by scientists
I have discussed my adventure trip to Kentucky to see this year’s eclipse. Here are two videos of the event I found interesting…
First, a video from on of my favorite Youtube channels, Veritasium.
Secondly, a video from another favorite channel,
Smarter Every Day. Note, they worked the math out to do this
by themselves .
Birds are one of the rarest of all fossils. This is pretty awesome!
99-million-year-old bird found preserved in amber stuns scientists
Yikes, These hair-raising moments are the first video footage from renowned rock climber Alex Honnold’s ascent of the 3,000-foot wall of El Capitan—without a rope. On June 3rd, Honnold became the first person ever to free solo climb this famous rock face at Yosemite National Park, California.
Why is this a technology from a Swiss company and not an American company? Because we are still pretending climate change isn’t real.
This Machine Just Started Sucking CO2 Out Of The Air To Save Us From Climate Change
In the early 1980’s HBO made an intro piece to be played before the beginning of a film. This was before computer animation. The result was pretty amazing and gave the network a sense of quality. This is how it was done.
Composited by Sean Doran from images taken by NASA’s Juno probe.