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Cool Web Apps & Sites March 7, 2017 posted by

NASA Software – check out the apps, code, and tools NASA uses to get and stay in space

NASA found us a few new planets this past month but they’re not done giving us cool gifts. If you love the space dedicated agency, check out all this free software they just released to the public and get a look at what technology they’re using to get us a view from space.


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NASA Software – check out the apps, code, and tools NASA uses to get and stay in space
Science February 1, 2017 posted by

Viagen Pets – keep your furry friend by your side, even after they’ve passed

We love our pets. Our cats and dogs are like part of the family but most of them will likely pass long before we do, leaving an empty spot in our hearts. It’s sad when a pet dies but what if you could bring them back? Viagen Pets will clone your cat or dog so you can have them for a whole other lifetime.


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Viagen Pets – keep your furry friend by your side, even after they’ve passed
future tech January 31, 2017 posted by

Soft Robot Helps Hearts – this robot hugs to the beat of your heart

We’re beginning to see more uses for robots outside of novelty as the technology advances. Sure, robotic helpers around the house are neat and can be useful but there’s some real life saving potential for robots. In today’s news, we’ve got a robot that will help hearts continue beating by hugging them gently. Warning, graphic image after the jump.


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Soft Robot Helps Hearts – this robot hugs to the beat of your heart
Fun & Games November 29, 2016 posted by

NSATMF Lab – this fun website will teach you a thing or two about the world

The world works in mysterious ways. Well, not really, maybe in 1690 it was mysterious but science has pretty much gotten a handle on how things happen on this great blue ball and beyond. Still, some of these concepts may be challenging to explain. The National Science and Technology Medals Foundation: Labs has three fun “experiments” you can use to waste some time learning.


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NSATMF Lab – this fun website will teach you a thing or two about the world
Cool Web Apps & Sites November 15, 2016 posted by

Moon Connection – curious about the super moon? Learn more at this website

Happy Super Moon! The moon is the closest it’s been to us in decades and it’s huge. The moon doesn’t get as much love as other space based occurrences, probably because we see it all the time, but if you are really into this heavenly body, check out Moon Connection, the website and software that’s all about well, the moon.


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Moon Connection – curious about the super moon? Learn more at this website
nice idea... November 7, 2016 posted by

Move to Asgardia – hate the weather in your city? Why not move to space

Moving to a new country is a life changing experience and some people have found that it opens up paths for them that they never before dreamed possible. If moving to Germany from the US or to the US from Australia can change the trajectory of your life, imagine what relocating to Asgardia, the first space country, can do.


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Move to Asgardia – hate the weather in your city? Why not move to space
Science October 27, 2016 posted by

Recycling Light – a new way to bring back old lightbulbs

LED light bulbs have taken over as the more common type of bulb in most homes and offices but these bulbs aren’t exactly everyone’s favorite. If you are a fan of the classic bulb type, then good news! New research has found a way to “recycle light” and make the classic bulbs more energy efficient than the LED ones.


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Recycling Light – a new way to bring back old lightbulbs
Science October 10, 2016 posted by

Kite Patch – make yourself invisible to tiny blood suckers with this sticker

Mosquitos are the worst. Really, aside from their very needed place in the food chain, they pretty much suck, literally. You can’t just bomb them all from existence (see previous food chain comment) but soon we may be able to keep them from landing on us altogether. The Kite Patch is a sticker that makes you invisible to mosquitos.


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Kite Patch – make yourself invisible to tiny blood suckers with this sticker
Science October 5, 2016 posted by

RoboBees – the mechanical solution to the honeybee dilemma

You’ve probably seen reports of the honeybee possibly being declared an endangered species recently. This is very bad news because those fuzzy little guys are responsible for pollinating a good deal of our food. We’re still working on how to keep them from dying but technology has another solution, RoboBees, mechanical honeybees.


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RoboBees – the mechanical solution to the honeybee dilemma
Science September 19, 2016 posted by

Six Degrees of Separation – check out this Facebook algorithm that shows you how connected you are

Ever played Six Degrees from Kevin Bacon? Probably but in case you haven’t, basically it works on the theory that we are no more than six connections away from any other person on the planet. The point of the game is to find your personal line to Kevin Bacon (the prolific actor). Facebook has discovered in the modern world the steps needed to get to anyone else is actually closer to half that.


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Six Degrees of Separation – check out this Facebook algorithm that shows you how connected you are