Putting Smartphone Zombies In Their Place
Special sidewalks in China separate people absorbed in their smartphones from others.
by Danny Crichton
Woman found functioning without a cerebellum in her brain
Woman reached the age of 24 while missing a large part of her brain.
by sciencealert.com.au

Scientists: 'Extreme' Solar Storm Heading to Earth
“There’s been a giant magnetic explosion on the sun.”
by Seth Borenstein
To Support Net Neutrality, Tech Firms Join Internet Slowdown Day
Various cable companies want to slow down the Internet.
by Brett Molina

Finding the 'God Particle' Could Destroy the Universe, Warns Stephen Hawking
“The Higgs potential has the worrisome feature that it might become megastable…”
by Ollie Gillman
Large space object slams Nicaragua’s capital as asteroid passes Earth
Space rock crashed near city’s airport and may be fragment of larger space object that passed near Earth.
by RT

TV is increasingly for old people
TV is increasingly for the old, and the Internet is for the young.
by Cecilia Kang
Scientists attempt brain-to-brain communication
Researchers attempt telepathy across the world.
by The Times of India

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

Mystery as SEA PLANKTON Found on Surface of International Space Station
Traces of sea plankton and other microorganisms have been found on the surface of the International Space Station (ISS), say Russian scientists.
by Will Stewart
MIT Study: Human Workers Ready to Give Control to Robots
Despite signs that robots are already significantly impacting the economy, and recent record sales in North America suggest the trend will continue, a new study by MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab seems to indicate that humans prefer to relinquish control to robots … at least under certain conditions. “In our research we were […]
by Tech Swarm