Professor Michelle Simmons, quantum computer, atomic scale, simulating, mimic nature

Researchers Mimic Nature at the Atomic Scale and Make Quantum Leap

Quantum computing just took a big leap based on building tiny quantum processors after the atomic model of molecules found in nature. Continue reading Researchers Mimic Nature at the Atomic Scale and Make Quantum Leap

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Military Listens to Sea Life Sounds to Detect Threats – Could Spare Whales

A military project uses underwater mics to listen to sea life. By doing so, they can detect human threats and spare whales from deadly military sonar. Bonus: The tech could help scientists understand the human impact on ocean life. Continue reading Military Listens to Sea Life Sounds to Detect Threats – Could Spare Whales

Brain, hemispheres, Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

We Are ‘Energy Beings’ Connected Through Consciousness of Brain’s Right Hemisphere, Says Neuroscientist

Neuroscientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor described feeling connected to the consciousness of everything after a stroke shifted focus to her right brain hemisphere. Continue reading We Are ‘Energy Beings’ Connected Through Consciousness of Brain’s Right Hemisphere, Says Neuroscientist