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Robot Fireflies are Here and Can Be Tracked with Smartphone Cameras

Robot fireflies which can light up are here and could one day be flying outside in a place near you. But how will they ultimately be used? Continue reading Robot Fireflies are Here and Can Be Tracked with Smartphone Cameras

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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

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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

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How Green Crystalline Rocks Could Help Protect Earth from Climate Change

Researchers find that green crystalline rocks related to the gemstone peridot and olivine can trap CO2, cracking over time to increase the storage capacity significantly. Could this offer a large-scale carbon storage solution?
Continue reading How Green Crystalline Rocks Could Help Protect Earth from Climate Change