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'We print people': The world of 3D portraiture An up-close encounter with the new mini you
BBC News | 9 hours, 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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Mars conspiracy theorist says he can see 'a bunker, people and missiles' The radical claim was made by 58-year-old CanadianAndre Gignac who says he saw the 'bunker' in a photograph released by Nasa and taken by the Mars rover Opportunity.
Mail Online | 9 hours, 15 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Hunt for Ancient King's Tomb Takes Mercurial Twist An archaeologist hunting for a royal tomb in a tunnel beneath a pre-Aztec pyramid has made a discovery that may have brought him a step closer.
MSNBC | 9 hours, 27 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Mysterious X-37B Military Space Plane to Fly Again Next Month The United States Air Force's X-37B space plane will launch on its fourth mystery mission next month. The unmanned X-37B space plane, which looks like a miniature version of NASA's now-retired space shuttle orbiter, is scheduled to blast off ato
Yahoo! News | 9 hours, 43 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
The secret life of penguins revealed for World Penguin Day Penguin Watch led by Oxford University scientists | 9 hours, 45 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Australia 'public enemy number one' of UN climate talks, says Nobel laureate Peter Doherty, Nobel laureate of medicine, says a clear message has emerged at an international symposium of experts in climate, economics and business Continue reading...
The Guardian | 10 hours, 5 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
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This is what travel will look like in 2030, 2050 and 2100 Futuristic technologies will revolutionise the way we holiday. Many futurists predict that space travel will become far more common and underwater hotels mainstream - in as little as 15 years.
Mail Online | 11 hours, 1 minute ago | comment? | recommend
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How your THOUGHTS can cause deadly brain tumours to grow: Cancer can hijack neurons that control thinking, claims study Stanford University in California found that tumours hijack a process known as myelination, which insulates nerve fibres, allowing them to carry thoughts more quickly.
Mail Online | 11 hours, 5 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Liquid mercury found under Mexican pyramid could lead to king's tomb Researcher reports large quantities of the substance under ruins of Teotihuacan in discovery that could shed light on citys mysterious leaders Continue reading...
The Guardian | 11 hours, 23 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Moon and Jupiter Rendezvous This Weekend: How to See Them The terminator the line separating the light half of the moon (on the right) from the dark half will appear perfectly straight, and Jupiter will be about 9 degrees above and to the left of the moon's left. These days, Jupiter first comes into view hi
Yahoo! News | 11 hours, 39 minutes ago | comment? | recommend