33 Top Physicists Including Hawking Defends the Theory of Cosmic Inflation

Three physicists heavily criticized the theory of cosmic inflation in a February feature published by the Scientific American. In response to the controversial dismissal of the well-acclaimed theory, 33 of the world’s renowned physicists including Stephen Hawking signed a letter madly defending the early evolution of our Universe.{|('http://technologyreporter.info/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/NASA-Virgo.jpg','NASA's image of the constellation of Virgo's transformation')|}Dismissing the cosmic inflation theoryPop...

Celebrating 11 Great Mothers of Science and Engineering

This Mother’s Day, we compiled a list of our favorite mothers — of science. These women revolutionized their respective fields, becoming a “mother” of innovation and pioneering. While not all of these women technically had children of their own, some managed to balance family life with revolutionizing science and engineering.Ellen Swallow RichardsIf you’ve ever taken a home economics...

5 Famous Predictions Made by the World’s Top Minds

The future looks like a scary place to some and to others it appears as the land of opportunity. The world’s top minds seem to be making predictions left and right about just what the future will hold for humanity. Here are 5 of the most prominent future predictions from some of the world’s most prominent minds.We only...

Air Force One Mechanics Cause $4 Million Damage to Oxygen Systems

A recent investigation of Air Force One confirms three Boeing employees caused over four million dollars of damage to one of the presidential aircraft fleet, Air Force One. The damage was the result of the mechanics using contaminated tools during a cleaning procedure while performing a routine check of the aircraft’s oxygen system.US Air Force One Air Force One Dangerously ContaminatedThe...

Get a Fascinating Glimpse Inside a Chinese Click Farm

New video has surfaced from inside the realm of a click farm. The footage shows thousands upon thousands of phones in a small room in what has been identified as China. These smartphones are hooked up and ready for employees to like pages requesting more likes.The video was originally published by Daily Mail. The website reported the video...

This Laser Printer Can Produce Vibrant Colors Without Ink

Exotic and vibrant colors naturally occur in nature because of pigmentations. But nature is also capable of displaying a whole spectrum of eye-catching colors through building nano-scale surface structures. Creatures with intricate physical aesthetics, like a peacock’s feathers or the rich patterns on a butterfly’s wings, achieve this kind of high color resolution due to the small-scale arrays of...

Elon Musk Just Shared Exciting Videos and Pictures of the Boring Company’s First Tunnel!

Yesterday, Elon Musk finally announced a name for his tunneling company’s first machine. Godot, he said, would be the name of the Boring Company’s first big piece of equipment. And just like Samuel Beckett’s Godot, Musk & Co. are having to wait for its progress. Today, Musk shared some images on his Instagram that hint toward a much...

This New Mars Rover Concept Looks Exactly Like the Batmobile

Looks like NASA engineers have been working closely with Batman characters Alfred Pennyworth or Lucius Fox to develop this vehicle which turned out to be a Mars rover.The mystery machine went viral on a Reddit thread “what is this thing.”The post asked “What is this beast?!” which is definitely a viable question upon first glance. The answer is just...

Researchers Found a Way to Increase the Lifetime of Tesla’s Batteries to 20 Years

Tesla formed a 5-year partnership with an academic institution – the company’s only university partnership – to find ways in extending the lifetime of lithium-ion batteries into the range of decades. Canadian researcher Jeff Dahn recently discussed his team’s recent progress into their Tesla battery project, at MIT.Jeff Dahn, one of the pioneering developers of the lithium-ion battery and a...

Project Chariot: The U.S. Government’s Failed Attempt to Nuke Alaska

Picture the scene, it’s the late 1950’s and you want to build a new harbor. Not content with using conventional equipment or explosives a more “innovative” approach was proposed. One bright physicist, Edward Teller, suggested using a series of strategically placed nuclear devices to do the job. Voila, Project Chariot was born. The proposal was to use six...