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Doctors Set To Commence Suspended Animation Trials On Human Patients

Posted by on Jul 17, 2014 in Trends | 0 comments

Seemingly with each passing week the term ‘science fiction’ becomes increasingly oxymoronic and outmoded, as the tropes of the genre collide with the very real technological ingenuities of science fact.

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A 3D Printer in Every Home – The Dream is Materializing

Posted by on Jul 13, 2014 in Trends | 0 comments

A Kickstarter project for a sub-$300 3D printer has caught fire, heralding a time futurists gleefully anticipated.

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An Explosive New Treatment for Cancer (Literally)

Posted by on Jul 3, 2014 in Scifly, Trends | 0 comments

Glioblastoma. If you haven’t heard of it, you’re lucky. Affecting far more adults than children, and slightly more men than women, it’s the most aggressive form of brain cancer there is…

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Viagra-laced Ice Cream Is An Arousing New Treat

Posted by on Jun 29, 2014 in Scifly, Trends | 0 comments

New Viagra-laced dessert means lovers can forego sexual starters and head straight to the main-intercourse

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Scientists Move A Step Closer To Creating Artificial Weather

Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Technology, Trends | 4 comments

Scientists Move A Step Closer To Creating Artificial Weather. Don’t expect clear skies and perpetual sunshine anytime soon, however.

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The Science of Siblings

Posted by on May 19, 2014 in Trends | 1 comment

Birth order, a person’s rank by age and gender among his/her siblings, is generally believed to have an enduring effect on human psychological progress and development.

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Tears Of….

Posted by on May 16, 2014 in Scifly, Trends | 1 comment

Did you know that your eyes produce three different types of tears, with three distinct chemical makeups? What’s the difference among these different tears? Drum roll, please…

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World’s First Robotic Band To Release Début EP

Posted by on May 15, 2014 in Trends | 1 comment

Z-Machines is the world’s first purely robotic band, consisting of a guitarist with 78 fingers, a drummer with 22 arms, and a keyboard player who shoots layers at keys. They are, quite by design, a group of tight-knit performers who are able to play perplexing music far beyond the physical capabilities of humans.

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Cosmetics Company Wants To Illuminate The Moon’s Surface

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Scifly, Trends | 0 comments

Foreo makes cosmetic products. Naturally, they want to lighten up the moon.Apparently, the plan is for the benefit of the environment, and presumably to aid make-up wearers habitually intent on applying lipstick in darkened alleyways.

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Mystery in the Air: The Brown Mountain Lights

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Technology | 0 comments

I grew up in a small town in Western North Carolina, a town that at the time could not sell alcohol, so as a teenager my friends and I were not out getting drunk or high, instead we had to invent things to do. One of the things that we did was seek out local mysteries.

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What Might Cause The Zombie Apocalypse

Posted by on Apr 29, 2014 in Scifly, Technology | 8 comments

Well this season of A.M.C.’s The Walking Dead may be over, but it seems as if everyone is still talking about ZOMBIES! How will the virus progress next season, or who will be left in the end, and perhaps the main question being asked, will there ever be a cure?

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Robots: Wipe that Look Off Your Face!

Posted by on Apr 28, 2014 in Scifly, Technology | 0 comments

Being able to identify these “new” emotions, and their corresponding facial expressions yields significant implications in robotics and artificial intelligence research

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