Anders Sandberg from Oxford University claims electromagnetic pulses from weapons or solar storms will wreak havoc on the world's fragile electrical infrastructure.
Posted by mila 77 days ago (http://arstechnica.com)
Even today, scientists still try to solve sprinkler brain teasers from the 19th century.
Posted by Adam 78 days ago (http://arstechnica.com)
May also wrench planets out of the plane in which they form.
A new age of astronomy is dawning, thanks to a historic building boom of futuristic telescopes.
Posted by smith 83 days ago (http://earthsky.org)
Which is brighter - Perseid fireballs or a supermoon? You'll find out this August as the year's biggest, brightest full moon arrives at the peak of the Perseid
There have been one and a half machine ages already. The first began in the nineteenth century, with machines taking over manual labor. Then in the twentieth century machines began taking over mental
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