University Reveals Living ‘Xenobots’ Designed By Supercomputer

“A book is made of wood. But it is not a tree. The dead cells have been repurposed to serve another need.” That’s quite the way to begin a press release. The University of Vermont recently shared details on what their scientists have been up to lately. That is, using a supercomputer AI to construct …

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Plant Communication: New Study Finds Plants Emit Sound When Stressed

We’ve all probably asked ourselves this question when outside gardening or while eating those mashed potatoes for dinner: Do plants feel pain? Do they know what’s happening when we prune or cut or devour them? The question of plant consciousness depends greatly on how we define consciousness in general. It’s a debate scientists have had …

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No Lizards Or Insects On Mars, Says NASA

NASA has reportedly denied the existence of “insect- and reptile-like creatures” living on Mars, according to Fox News. NASA’s denial was made in response to claims by Ohio University professor and entomologist William Romoser, who recently proposed the idea that many images taken from the Martian surface feature “insect-like and reptile-like forms…appearing to verify that …

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Scientists Suggest Ghosts and Other Phenomena Are Clues that We Live in the Matrix

“Glitches in the system,” said Dr. Curry Guinn, who chairs the Department of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina. “Deja Vu, such as in the Matrix movie when a character sees a cat crossing a doorway repeatedly, may be one glitch. Ghosts, ESP, coincidences may be others.” A strange quote for a strange …

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NASA Shares New Martian Audio Courtesy InSight Lander

NASA recently shared audio recorded on Mars by their InSight lander. According to NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the recording was taken on March 6, 2019, and features marsquakes, wind, the movement of the lander’s robotic arm, and “friction from parts inside the seismometer.” The above video walks you through the recording, highlighting each sound.

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