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Why Can't Elephants Run Faster Than Cheetahs?

Why Can't Elephants Run Faster Than Cheetahs? You’d think with a long stride; it’d be easier to hit top speed.They have so much more, that we should expect these bigger creatures to be able to move along at break-neck speeds.

Apple wants to create an army of machine learning developers

Apple wants to create an army of machine learning developers But not all developers (including Apple itself) know how to take full advantage of it.Back in June at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, Apple announced new machine learning integrations so developers could bring it into their apps.

Hard Red pill to swallow

Hard Red pill to swallow So my class was talking about this man and the more deeper i did my research the more i have realized that he was literally hitlerHe started slaughtering whites who held political power in his country, Just like hitler did to the jews.He would Necklace people which was a worse method of execution than the gas chambers.

Western Men: Your Sperm Count is Awfully Low

Western Men: Your Sperm Count is Awfully Low 3 percent drop in average sperm count produced by men from North America, Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.Not only is a reduced sperm count bad news for future generations: It can predict increased mortality and morbidity, and is sometimes associated with birth defects and testicular cancer.

Lightning Strikes Can Look an Awful Lot Like Meteors

Lightning Strikes Can Look an Awful Lot Like Meteors But when we look back through the geological record, we’re separated from the event by tens of thousands, if not millions of years.This puts a lot of strain on the rock and creates a special type of crystal known as shock quartz.

WiFi Track Could Dramatically Improve VR

WiFi Track Could Dramatically Improve VR If you’ve played VR, you know that, while awesome, the technology has some serious draw backs.The cords can get tangled all over (someone really should get on making wireless VR a thing).

Slug-Inspired Slime Could Fix Your Broken Heart

Slug-Inspired Slime Could Fix Your Broken Heart And it seems like we may be using something similar to fix people’s hearts down the line.Well, slug slime can stick to almost anything — regardless of moisture content.

Craft Beers Can Have Microbes Previously Unknown to Science

Craft Beers Can Have Microbes Previously Unknown to Science According to Science Mag, during the trip, former brew master of Epic Ales, Cody Morris, introduced the scientists to a bubbling brew, filled with microbes still feasting on the sugars in the mixture.“We opened it, and it was alive,” University of Washington Geneticist, Maitreya Dunham told Science.

Scientists: Malware-Infused DNA Not Present Threat

Scientists: Malware-Infused DNA Not Present Threat “We wanted to understand what new computer security risks are possible in the interaction between biomolecular information and the computer systems that analyze it,” according to the multidisciplinary team.The group designed a malware-infused synthetic DNA strand, which, when sequenced by the compromised computer, gave remote control of the program.

What do Gayle Gergich, Dogs, and Science Have in Common?

What do Gayle Gergich, Dogs, and Science Have in Common? Last month I got to attend an event about helping our aging dogs.But after spending that afternoon with Christie Brinkley, Purina, and a research scientist I knew I had to start preparing.

Terahertz Waves Used To Send Wireless Data At A Blazing 50Gbps

Terahertz Waves Used To Send Wireless Data At A Blazing 50Gbps Synology’s RT2600AC is one of the best wireless routers on the market today.Of course, it would, and Researchers at the Brown University School of Engineering have just pulled off that impressive feat!

Space Researchers Want to Convert Human Waste Into 3D-Printed Tools

Space Researchers Want to Convert Human Waste Into 3D-Printed Tools One astronaut’s waste is another astronaut’s 3D-printed tool.Scientists have discovered a way to turn urine and exhaled carbon dioxide (CO2) into plastic and food for use in long-distance space travel.

Exxon played us all on global warming, new study shows

Exxon played us all on global warming, new study shows It did so, we have shown, by contributing quietly to climate science and loudly to raising doubts about it.The Securities and Exchange Commission has initiated a separate but similar investigation regarding the company's disclosure of investment risks.

Scientists Looking to Synthesize Salvia for Medicine

Scientists Looking to Synthesize Salvia for Medicine That lack of regulation, though, has some scientists eager to see what kinds of research they can do with the plant.In a new paper, a team of researchers from Scripps Research Institute details their synthesis of a slightly different version of Salvinorin A — the psycho-active chemical found in the salvia plant.