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Meet Raymond Loewy: The man who took industrial design to the next level.

Raymond Loewy was a french born industrial designer which achieved fame for his design efforts across a variety of industries. He was recognized for this by Time magazine and featured on its cover on October 31, 1949. Among…

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Posted in Space

MAKING HISTORY: THE FIRST EVER PHOTO OF A BLACK HOLE FINALLY RELEASED.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Using a global network of telescopes to see “the unseeable,” an international scientific team on Wednesday announced a milestone in astrophysics – the first-ever photo of a black hole – in an…

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Posted in Physics

IT IS NOT REAL TIME TRAVEL BUT WILL BE A GIANT LEAP ON QUANTUM COMPUTING: ARROW OF TIME AND ITS REVERSAL ON THE IBM QUANTUM COMPUTER. G. B. Lesovik,  I. A. Sadovskyy,  M. V. Suslov, …

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Posted in Science Fiction Space

THE UNFORGETTABLE POEM QUOTED BY MICHAEL CAINE ON THE INTERSTELLAR MOVIE: DYLAN THOMAS “DO NO GOT GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT”

By Dylan Thomas (1914-1953)  Poet quoted by Michael Caine on Interstellar movie. “Do not go gentle into that good night,Old age should burn and rave at close of day;Rage, rage against the dying of the…

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Posted in E.T. Intelligence

IMAGINE A WORLD WHERE WE CAN CATALOG INTERSTELLAR CIVILIZATIONS: THE KARDASHEV SCALE

The Kardashev scale is a novelty method of measuring a civilization’s level of technological advancement based on the energy usage of a extraterrestrial civilization. It was proposed by Soviet Astronomer Nikolai Kardashev in 1964. The scale determine three levels as of:…

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Posted in Science Fiction

AN UNUSUAL (AWESOME!) INFOGRAPHIC: THE EVOLUTION OF ROBOTS IN FILM.

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Posted in BioTech

THE NEXT BIG THING ON SKIN HEALING: THE e-bandage.

Chronic skin wounds include diabetic foot ulcers, venous ulcers and non-healing surgical wounds. Doctors have tried various approaches to help chronic wounds heal, including bandaging, dressing, exposure to oxygen and growth-factor therapy, but they often…

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Posted in E.T. Intelligence Space

WE MIGHT BE ALONE IN THE UNIVERSE: THE FERMI PARADOX AND THE ATTEMPTS TO EXPLAIN IT.

“Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.”  ― Arthur C. Clarke   By Jesus Padilla The Fermi paradox, is a term coined after physicist Enrico Fermi established the…

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Posted in Transportation

WHERE MAGIC AND MAGNETISM COLLIDE: THE HISTORY OF MAGNETIC LEVITATION IN TRAINS.

By Ian Gonzalez Lopez. During the XIX century the world was set in motion fueled by vapor machines. The Industrial Revolution delivered big changes in the way different products were made, led the way into…

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Posted in Inventions Physics Science Fiction

REMEMBERING THOSE 50s SCI-FI MOVIES SOUNDS BEHIND A UFO: THE THEREMIN.

By Ian Gonzalez Lopez According to David Byrne, art is affected by its context in a way that it actually transforms how it is made. For example, during the Baroque, most of the academic western…

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Posted in Space

READY FOR LIFT OFF: SATURN V, THE ROCKET THAT PUT THE MAN ON THE MOON.

By Ian Gonzalez Lopez One of the most known components of the Cold War between the USA and the USSR was the so called Space Race, which drove a thrilling technological innovation in both countries,…

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Posted in Digital

RETRO INVADERS: WHY THE ATARI 2600 TAUGHT US ALL WE KNOW ABOUT VIDEO GAMES.

By Ian Gonzalez Lopez. Every single one of the cultural phenomena that now reigns in the actual panorama looked very different forty years ago; such is the case of the videogame industry. This sector that…

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