Monthly Archives: June 2022

LETTER: Dissatisfied with the application of the scientific method | Letters to the Editor

The Minnesota Department of Education uses the National Academy of Sciences’ “Framework for K-12 Science Education” to develop its standards. How do they prove that the age of the earth is greater than 4 billion years? ESS1.C. says, “Radioactive decay lifetimes and the isotopic content of rocks provide a means …

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The 10 Best Sci-Fi Remakes, According To Reddit

No genre is as ripe for contemporary reinvention as science fiction, with Denis Villeneuve’s recent reboot of Frank Herbert’s epic Dunes setting the benchmark for cinematic retaliation. The nature of science fiction lends itself to malleability, and directors often approach a remake with the intention of putting a new spin …

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Scientific News | Research: Using a new cell delivery method to help cells adhere

Washington [US], Jun 7 (ANI): According to the results of research conducted by the College of Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University, cell therapies have long been considered an alternative treatment option for patients with various diseases caused by organs and tissues. heart failure, including heart attack, diabetes, corneal blindness and …

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New all-optical switching method makes optical computing and communication systems more energy efficient

Photonics researchers have introduced a new method to control a beam of light with another beam through a single plasmonic metasurface in a linear medium at very low power. This simple linear switching method makes nanophotonic devices such as optical computing and communication systems more durable requiring low light intensity. …

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Enter Mapimi’s Zone of Silence: Where Science Fiction Meets Reality

Welcome to the Mapimi zone of silence: you are alone Once upon a time in 1970, a military training rocket accidentally derailed and invaded Mexican airspace. Landing somehow hundreds of miles off course, the rocket buried itself in the desert region of Durango, Mexico. Because of this, it triggered a …

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The 369 Manifestations Method: How to Make Your Therapy Sessions Work

Psychologist Nancy Sokarno walks us through the 369 Manifestations Method and how to get the most out of your therapy sessions. There’s a new mindfulness practice on the block and it merges visualization and manifestation to help reframe your thoughts into a more positive state of mind. Lysn psychologist Nancy …

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Is it a lie? New scientific method to detect the truth

UN Security Council faces new draconian demands for reform after failing to prevent Russian invasion of Ukraine; seen here in a September 2017 photo of the Council Chamber in New York – Copyright AFP JANEK SKARZYNSKI How do you know if someone is lying? Often there are telltale mannerisms or …

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A new way to fight malaria turns the disease against itself

A new method of fighting malaria that sees the disease turning on itself could provide effective treatment for the hundreds of millions of people infected each year around the world, as the effectiveness of current antimalarial drugs wanes. Research led by the University of Melbourne published today in Science identified …

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Bionic weapons developed at U bring science fiction into the realm of fact – WCCO

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This story may sound like science fiction, but it’s reality, and it’s created in Minnesota. We’ve all seen the fantasy-based images, like Luke Skywalker or the Terminator, of bionic beings. But now, thanks to a few penny-sized chips installed in the University of Minnesota’s engineering lab, the …

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14-year-old student from Waltham publishes his first science fiction novel

WALTHAM, MA — Fourteen-year-old eighth-grade student Luke Schumacher at McDevitt Middle School in Waltham has released his first full-length novel. It’s just a headache, released on May 28, tells the story of Adam Johnny Cox, a teenager who is plagued by extremely painful headaches, terrifying visions and nightmares. Inspired by …

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Neptune Frost mixes music and science fiction to create a work of art

Cinema, whether we like to think of it that way or not, is often ruled by boundaries. They are expected to follow a typical narrative structure, conveying character development and plot through shared beliefs about how such stories should unfold. You must have a clearly established sequence of events, bound …

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A hyper-resolution photoacoustic imaging method accelerated by…

In a new study published in Light Science & Application, researchers led by Professor Chulhong Kim have created a technique that uses artificial intelligence to overcome the problem of slow imaging speed. FREMONT, Calif.: Thunder can be heard for a brief moment after a lightning strike. This is because the …

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TERP: a method for achieving reliable robotic navigation in rough outdoor terrain

Trajectories of the robot when navigating in rough terrain (altitude gain ≥ 3 m) using four different methods: our TERP method (pink), Ego-graph (orange), DWA (blue) and the Attn-DRL method of end to end (purple) . TERP generates waypoints (pink dots) that are dynamically feasible and accessible by local paths …

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Sci-fi and fantasy readings on the beach

This historical fantasy set in the Victorian era combines terrible penny vibes with classic fantasy tropes. Some children are born with talents, rare magical abilities to manipulate their bodies. Charlie Ovid can heal himself, child Marlowe emits an unearthly glow, Komako can control dust, and Ribs can turn invisible. All …

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Crowdsourced weather projects boost climate science research

Thousands of volunteers, immobilized by the COVID-19 lockdown, recently revived a wealth of historic rainfall records from the UK and Ireland. Manuscript records note the rainfall sightings of landowners, socialites, and an array of enthusiastic citizens dating back to the late 17th century. Computer software cannot yet accurately decode handwriting, …

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Quantum is no longer science fiction, it’s here and now

BosonQ Psi won the award for “Most Innovative Startup – Future Tech” Bengaluru/New Delhi, June 1, 2022 – Quantum technologies are dramatically changing our lives and integrating new age insights with industry demands is a need of the hour according to Abhishek Chopra, Co-Founder and CEO of BosonQ Psi (BQP), …

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Audubon scientists develop new method to improve mapping of bird migrations

Swainson’s Hawk. Photo: Marina Schultz/Audubon Photography Prize NEW YORK – More than forty scientists from the National Audubon Society and other bird and wildlife research and conservation groups have published a new study model a new approach to map seasonal migration for the birds. The study, recently published in Ecological …

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Brown announces more than $600,000 for computer science research at the University of Cincinnati

WASHINGTON, DC – Today, U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown (D-OH) announced that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded the University of Cincinnati a $610,000 grant to improve the failure resolution process mobile applications when a bug is reported by reproducing, creating and generating tests. The techniques developed in this project …

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Jeremy McGilvrey Announces “Science Fiction Is Now Science Fact”

Jeremy McGilvrey, Houston-based CRO agency Houston-Based CRO Agency Jeremy McGilvrey Announces “Science Fiction Is Now Science Fact” Jeremy McGilvrey, a Houston-based digital marketing agency, announces that what was once considered science fiction when it comes to AI in lead generation, marketing, and digital presence has become scientific fact. The Jeremy …

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