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"I can't go back to yesterday, I was a different person then"

|RECOMMENDED RAMBLINGS

New Moon Rising

Two days ago for 13 hours it was thought that the earth had a new moon. Identified by the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Centre (MPC) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, who posted on the morning of April 27th, that a small asteroid about a metre across had...

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Prehistoric Art

This book was launched last year but somehow I only managed to stumble upon it now. 'The Paleoart of Julius Csotonyi' published by Titan Books represents all those small boy dreams I had about Dinosaurs. Julius Csotonyi has been described as a rockstar of paleoart but...

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|Picking up your breadcrumbs

Is it really worth protecting your privacy online? That may seem a strange question considering the amount of media articles on internet fraud and theft. However what is the likelihood of your online security being breached? Most attempts by criminals to...

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|Kahn Flying Huntsman 6×6

Kahn at the Geneva motor show revealed what had to be one of the stranger concept cars. Code named 'Mission 1', it's a 6x6 version of their Flying Huntsman. It is based on the Land Rover Defender 110 and has a 6.3L GM LS3 V8 sending around 430bhp to all 6 wheels via a...

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|HAPPENING ELSEWHERE

|Science

  • Sweet, bitter, fat: Genetics play a role in kids'...
    on 22 February, 2018 at 21:21

    The types of snacks a child chooses could be linked to genetics, a new study found. The study investigated whether genetic variants in taste receptors related to sweet, fat and bitter tastes influence the snacks preschoolers choose and found nearly 80 per cent carried at least one of these […]

  • The global footprint of fisheries
    on 22 February, 2018 at 21:21

    The global fishing fleet is so big it can be seen from space. Really. […]

  • Monkey Vocabulary Decoded
    on 22 February, 2018 at 20:02

    From short 'tsiks' and 'ekks' to drawn-out 'phees' -- all the sounds produced by marmoset monkeys are made up of individual syllables of fixed length, according to a new study. The smallest units of vocalization and their rhythmic production in the brain of our relatives could also have been a […]

  • Surprising new study redraws family tree of...
    on 22 February, 2018 at 19:51

    New research overturns a long-held assumption that Przewalski's horses, native to the Eurasian steppes, are the last wild horse species on Earth. […]

  • Quantum recurrence: Everything goes back to the...
    on 22 February, 2018 at 19:50

    When a complex system is left alone, it will return to its initial state with almost perfect precision. Gas particles in a container, for example, will return almost exactly to their starting positions after some time. For decades, scientists have investigated how this 'Poincaré Recurrence […]

  • Mind-reading algorithm uses EEG data to...
    on 22 February, 2018 at 19:50

    A new technique developed by neuroscientists can reconstruct images of what people perceive based on their brain activity gathered by EEG. […]

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