Are you your own connectome

Are You Your Own connectome?

Every human brain has an individual, intricate pattern of 86 billion neurons. If science can map it, immortality is within reach. A cave drawing of a woolly mammoth in the Asturias region of northwest Spain has a single internal feature: a broad red heart. This work of art, at least 14,000 years old, likely depicts

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A device that reverses CO2 emissions

Climate Change | A device that reverses CO2 emissions

Cooling the world by filtering excess carbon dioxide from the air on an industrial scale would necessitate the development of a new, massive global industry – what would it take to function? We have a climate change problem and it’s caused by an excess of CO2. With direct air capture, you can remove any emission,

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Aliens Underground | Are We Alone On Planet Earth?

Aliens Underground | Are We Alone On Planet Earth?

Are we alone in the universe? Aliens Underground has been an issue that has long captivated humanity, and it has been fuelled by cinema and literature. Aside from extraterrestrials who may come to aid or kill us, few people assume aliens are already among us. According to proponents of this theory, Terra will have at

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19 Brutal Things You Need To Become Successful

19 Brutal Things You Need To Become Successful

We have a desire to want things done quickly in this day and age. It’s all about instant gratification, from weight loss to internet speed to an answer to your recent email or text. This applies to the workplace, where people want to make money and be competitive as soon as possible. To be honest,

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Apollo 13 Spacecraft | What Went Wrong? The Successful Failure 3

Apollo 13 Spacecraft | The Successful Failure

The Apollo 13 spacecraft was set to be the third landing on the Moon. It turned in to a rescue mission, also known as the successful failure. The Apollo 13 mission appeared to be the smoothest flight of NASA’s Apollo programme so far for nearly 56 hours after it launched on April 11, 1970. The

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