Google spreads its wings, moving into drone deliveries
Amazon isn’t the only tech giant experimenting with drones. Google has unveiled Project Wing, which is focusing its efforts on disaster relief, at least for now.
by Richard Nieva and Seth Rosenblatt
Underground Lab Glimpses 'soul' of the Sun
Particles help to measure activity at the very heart of our star, scientists say.
by AFP

Chinese Researchers Working on a Flying Submarine
Shanghai to San Francisco in 100 minutes
by Vamien McKalin
States with medical pot see nearly 25 percent fewer fatal prescription drug overdoses
Study may prompt future changes in jurisdictions where weed can’t legally be prescribed.
by RT

Driverless Vehicles? Even in D.C. Streets? An Autonomous Car Takes a Capital Test Run
Developers claim vehicle can drive from DC to San Francisco.
by Ashley Halsey III
Researcher Successfully Predicted Massive Bay Area Earthquake
Former “black projects” researcher pointed out in April that earthquakes were moving north towards California.
by Kit Daniels

We Now Have Scientific Proof That People Are Getting Stupider
Are people dumber than they used to be?
by Michael Snyder
Why The Earthquake Near San Francisco Is Just The Start Of The Shaking In California
Just wait until you see what is coming in the years ahead.
by Michael Snyder


Pew Research: ‘Sexbots will be commonplace’ By 2025
Which is just fine, as we’ll all be unemployed and bored thanks to robots stealing our jobs…
by Sebastian Anthony
Robo-cook: Android Restaurant Boots Up in China
Mechanical staff greet customers, deliver dishes to tables and even stir-fry.
by AFP

How Will Earth's Leaders Respond to a Real Asteroid Threat?
Recent meteor over Russia “wake up call.”
by Space
Google And Asian Telecoms Are Building A $300 Million Undersea Cable Connecting The US To Japan
Network to be ready for service in the second quarter of 2016…
by Ramkumar Iyer

Physicists Create Water Tractor Beam
“We have figured out a way of creating waves that can force a floating object to move against the direction of the wave.”
by PHYS.org
Did Chicago's facial recognition system catch its first crook?
Facial recognition tech wasn’t even mentioned at trial.
by Matt Stroud

BlackHat 2014: Airport Scanners Riddled with Security Flaws
Researchers find major issues in TSA body scanners.
by Info Security
Manned Orion Missions Approach as Navy Drills For Retrieval
Part of a larger mission to put man back into space..
by Marcus Chavers