A short history of robots

Hank Green, from SciShow, presents a short history of robots, from the industrial robots to the humanoid robots we have today. DARPA is hosting a robot contest in this summer and humanoid robots will fight each other to win the trophy the best human robots ever. Also, see some humanoid robots running:

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Kitten news: don’t dye your kitten and listen to these kitten songs

Really, don’t dye your kitten in any color. Let the kitten be. Some stupid a.. hole form US dyes her kitten in pink. The kitten died. Stupid. On the better news side, we learn from Science Alert that the researchers have created music to your cats linking. Here is how it sounds: Spook’s Ditty Cosmo’s […]

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Science and technology helping medicine

Medicine has come a long way since the ages of homeopathy, guesses and whatnot. Right now we have a ton of science behind medicine and technology is creating a better world for us and for the doctors. In the future the doctors will be able to see the heart in 3D right there, in the […]

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Asteroid to hit Earth? This is how it would look like

Asteroid just a few miles big can leave a big scar on Earth and kill entire species, but if that asteroid would be a dwarf planet like Pluto? How would the impact be? Well, everything would die in a big ball of flame. In that situation maybe nothing could ever survive. Or would it survive? […]

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Zombies in real life? Yup, nature has that

Jow Hanson tells us about some parasites and animals that infect animals and change their behavior. In some situations the parasites determine the infected animals to behave in a suicidal way, like mice that become attracted to cats because of the Toxoplasma gondii parasite or like. Or crickets jump into water and die because the […]

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Der Ziesel – offroad wheelchair

Well, you can say that it is in no way a wheelchair. It is a personal offroad tank or the sorts. Der Ziesel can go on snow or on dirt with no issues and it can reach 35 kmh on straight road. The prices range from 21 000 euros for Ziesel 63 and 24 500 […]

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Why is the Magnum revolver still used in video games?

Stuart Brown makes these engaging videos about weapons used in pc video games. He goes into detail in regards to the history of a given weapon and why is it used in video games. So, why is the Magnum revolver still in use in video games? Because it is a nice piece of history and […]

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How do we store digital images and how do image sensors work?

We store digital images as a series of 0s and 1s, but how we manage that info is another story altogether. Am image is a long string of pixels which starts with the header (we insert there the EXIF data), then a number of pixels, then a padding data and then the next number of […]

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If you were to move at light speed, would you see the lights from your headlight?

Vsauce ventured into giving us a proper reply to this question. No, you won’t see any light because you would not experience time or space for that matter. Given the fact that the special relativity has some math formulas, we can conclude that at light speed c the space is infinitely contracted and the time […]

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Aliens invaded the Moon on July 20th 1969

What a day. That day changed the face of the Moon and of the Universe. It was the day when aliens first invaded the Moon: July 20th 1969. Via IFL Science.

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