In the history of our civilization, there are many examples of inventions that were undeservedly lost and forgotten, only to be reinvented centuries later.
The one thing that never fails to spur on technological advancements is the discovery of new materials.
Flying cars, hoverboards, teleportation, space and time travel – we’ve seen all this in movies in our childhood and we’ve been patiently waiting for it to become true in the year of our lord 2021.
While some of the things may be quite obvious, there’s a lot of stuff that we all know and use on pretty much a daily basis that were in fact invented by women.
Recently, Microsoft has patented a technology that can create a digital copy of a specific person, even if they are no longer alive.
Science fiction has always been a huge inspiration for scientists all over the world. There have been numerous times when sci-fi writers imagined some crazy tech that eventually became reality. Then it were TV shows that took those ideas and showed them on screen, inspiring even more people to create gadgets like we’ve never seen before.
Many studies show that being out in nature is beneficial for everyone’s mental health. And it looks like Swiss company Livit has created something that can help us.
Our Milky Way Galaxy might seem all big at strong at first, but are we really safe in this spiralling gorgeousness?
We are living in the most wonderful time that is filled with scientific discoveries and incredible technological advancements. Everything changes really fast and new ideas come to life every single year, which may be a bit stressful to follow, but in the end we get a bunch of exciting gadgets and technologies that not only bring us joy, but also heal us, improve our health, and help our environment.
Ancient Universe is a truly mysterious place and we’re only starting to grasp what could have been going on in there at the dawn of times. One theory suggests that it was chock-full of supermassive black holes that spewed energy all around after devouring surrounding gas, star, and matter. And guess what? One such black hole, called blazar due to its orientation towards Earth, was recently found by astronomers!