New WIFI Systems Will Take The Police State To A New Level Tracking Your Every Move
Researchers continue to pursue invisible, pervasive ways to track human beings.
by Investment Watch
Dinosaur fossils preserve apparent red blood cells, collagen
Apparent red blood cells were found in a claw that may be from the forelimb of meat-eater Gorgosaurus.
by Will Dunham

Billionaire Warns Social Unrest to Escalate as Robots Fuel Mass Unemployment
“We’re in for a huge change in society,” says billionaire Johann Rupert.
by Thomas Mulier, Andrew Roberts
Watch This GoPro Footage of a SpaceX Rocket Falling Back to Earth
Breathtaking footage goes viral online.
by Jonathan Zhou

Ancient Gold Trade Route Discovered
Researchers use advanced technique to sample gold from 50 early Bronze Age artifacts.
by The Hindu
Iowa State University Students and Faculty Call GMO Banana Trials Into Question
University students used as guinea pigs.
by Christina Sarich

Scientists Create First Lab-grown Limb
…with functioning vascular and muscular tissue…
by Fox News
Texas Doctors Do First Skull and Scalp Transplant
“It’s kind of shocking, really, how good they got it. I will have way more hair than when I was 21.”
by Associated Press


Famed 'A Beautiful Mind' mathematician John Nash, wife, killed in N.J. Turnpike crash
Nash is regarded as one of the great mathematicians of the 20th century.
by Ted Sherman, Myles Ma
This guy's homemade hoverboard flight set a Guinness World Record
Video shows Catalin Alexandru Duru setting a Guinness World Record for longest hoverboard flight by traveling almost a thousand feet.
by Anthony Domanico

Brightest Galaxy in the Universe Found
Blazing more brightly than 300 trillion suns…
by Mike Wall
GM says you don't own your car, you just license it
Literally not your father’s Oldsmobile.
by Cory Doctorow

Call of Duty increases risk of Alzheimer's disease
University of Montreal study finds video game players navigate the screen using a key area of the brain.
by Telegraph.co.uk
Hillary Clinton made $3.2 million from the tech sector. Now she’s hitting it up for campaign dollars
Close financial ties between Clinton and a broad array of industries
by Matea Gold, Rosalind S. Helderman and Anu Narayanswamy

CNN Goes Full Propaganda On CO2
CNN makes Soviet Pravda look like honest reporting.
by Real Science
Military pushes for emergency robots as skeptics worry about lethal uses
DARPA is keenly aware that the fast-moving technology raises “difficult societal, ethical and legal questions.”
by Christian Davenport