Category: Science

Daybreak at Gale Crater - Mars

We’re Going To Mars — But Who Will Get There First?

May 28, 2017 Space 1 Comment

Humans have long dreamt of going to the Red Planet, Mars. Current NASA planning may see us finally accomplish that goal some time in the 2030s, but believe it or not, they have competition.

Image: S. Epps & M. Hudson / University of Waterloo

Scientists Capture “First Image” of Dark Matter Connecting Galaxies

April 13, 2017 Space

Dark matter makes up about 25% of the universe, and yet we can’t see it. It doesn’t reflect or absorb light, and therefore has avoided visual observation ever since it was first hypothesized way back in the early 1900s. Researchers at the University of Waterloo, however, may have just changed ...

Dinosaurs In Japan
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Robot Suit Dinosaurs Revealed In Tokyo

March 23, 2017 Inventions & Tech

Here’s something that slipped by me a few months ago: A group called On-Art Corp in Tokyo unvieled their 8m tall (26 ft) mechanical suit robot dinosaurs back in November. You can check them out in the above video. They’re apparently TRX03 robots with human operators inside (who, as far ...