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These New Giant Neutrino Detectors Will Span Three States

Dune, the Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment (DUNE) just broke ground at their soon to be new facility that will unlock the secrets of the illusive neutrino particle.The US $1 billion project is currently being upgraded with new detectors hundreds of kilometers from the main facility in Chicago. Nearly 1300 km away underneath the lab, researchers are installing new detectors...

10 Awesome Takeoffs That You Won’t Believe Are Real

There are some pretty incredible aircraft out there, not to mention pilots. The “melding” of the skill of man and technological achievements of machines can produce some pretty incredible feats. In the following article we’ll take a look at some awesome takeoffs you might not believe are real. Enjoy and, as always, we welcome your own suggestions.The following...

Interesting Aircraft Security Features That Keep You Safe in the Air

Do aircraft require keys to operate? Every aircraft is different, however, most small private aircraft feature a lock and key system. Meanwhile, most large airliners require almost no locks at all. The cabin is open at all times – although getting to it may be quite the challenge.There was a time when plane hijackings went rampant. Although it...

Top 10 Largest Stadiums In the World by Capacity

Sports or events are best experienced in the stadiums. Whether it’s a football game or a musical event, the audience prefers to watch it live over other media, to get first-hand viewer experience.Our list of top 10 largest stadiums based on the seating capacity will surely surprise everyone. The comprehensive list takes into account all stadiums spread across...

Scientists Use Giant Balloons to Build Underground Tunnels in the Arctic

Researchers in Greenland are using massive balloons to construct tunnels for the East Greenland Ice-Core Project.In the Arctic, the land is barren except for a few researchers who are braving the temperatures which constantly plummet far below 0 degrees Celsius. Trees cease to exist and rocks are often buried beneath many meters of snow. Consequently, local building supplies...

These Images Will Completely Change Your Perspective on Your Existence

Want to change your perspective on your existence? The following images will certainly help. Whether you are feeling a little overwhelmed or are “on top of the world”, it’s good to get some perspective from time to time. The following will take you on a journey through time and space will both inspire and depress you in equal measures.This...

Maryam Mirzakhani, the First Woman to Win Fields Medal for Maths, Passes Away Aged 40

Maryam Mirzakhani was a mathematical genius shot to fame after winning the prestigious Fields Medal in 2014 , at the age of 37. She died of breast cancer today, on July 15, 2017. Tributes are pouring in from mathematical fraternities across the world over the loss of a genius.Maryam Mirzakhani Maryam Mirzakhani was the first woman mathematician to...

Neil Armstrong: The First Man to Walk on the Moon

Apollo 11 blasted off on July the 16th 1969. The mission composed of three men who were about to make history. Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins were the final phase of the culmination of years of research and development by NASA. Only a matter of four days later, the crew would reach Moon’s orbit and began...

This Unusual Micro-Amusement Park is All About Lasers, Robots and VR

Downtown LA will soon see a micro-amusement park that gets rid of boredom from regular amusement parks. Founded by two mad scientists in 2012, Two Bit Circus focuses on revolutionizing the concept of entertainment, uniquely blending it with engineering.The FoundersTwo Bit Circus founders Brent Bushnell and Eric Gradman had prior experience in the entertainment industry as well as...

Researchers Crack the Secret of the Moving Rocks of Death Valley

The moving rocks of Death Valley, California have long perplexed geologists and fascinated general public for decades. Some pretty outlandish theories have been proposed over the years to attempt to explain this very odd phenomenon. Finally, after years of research and some high tech kit, researchers at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography have finally discovered the real reason behind...