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Distorted faces on normal portraits
 

Distorted faces on normal portraits

 Interesting  24th May 2012 | Author: mat

Our brain works in mysterious ways, you simply got to see this, it is amazingly awesome and scary.

10 billion downloads from Android Market
 

10 billion downloads from Android Market

 Technology  7th December 2011 | Author: mat

According to Google, Android app downloads surpassed the 10 billion mark past weekend and to mark the celebration you can download premium apps for 10 cents.

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code
 

Humans carry fifth of Neanderthal's genetic code

 Science and nature  31st January 2014 | Author: mat

Due to sexual encounters between Neanderthals and our direct ancestors we carry quite a fair chunk of Neanderthal's genome.

21st birthday of World Wide Web
 

21st birthday of World Wide Web

 Science and nature  7th August 2012 | Author: podtalje

It was 21 years ago when scientist at CERN made the first page on the World Wide Web publicly available.

Birth of the Hertz
 

Birth of the Hertz

 Science and nature  22nd February 2012 | Author: mat

On this day, 118 years ago a German physicist named Heinrich Rudolf Hertz was born, responsible for the first successful wireless transmission.  

Star Wars episode 7 coming in 2015
 

Star Wars episode 7 coming in 2015

 Interesting  31st October 2012 | Author: NikMan

Yes, you heard it right, the Stars Wars saga is getting a new sequel, placing it after the part 6 - Return of the Jedi.

Adobe Photoshop CC major updates
 

Adobe Photoshop CC major updates

 Technology  16th January 2014 | Author: mat

Adobe just added some great looking new features such as Linked Smart Objects, Perspective Warp, Smart Objects and many more.

Neil Armstrong died
 

Neil Armstrong died

 Space  25th August 2012 | Author: mat

The first man to ever walked on surface of the Moon, Neil Armstrong has died at the age of 82.

World's smallest chameleons discovered in Madagascar
 

World's smallest chameleons discovered in Madagascar

 Science and nature  15th February 2012 | Author: TheDude

Happy days for science and nature, researchers have found four new species of smallest chameleons ever.

New Surface tablet by Microsoft
 

New Surface tablet by Microsoft

 Technology  19th June 2012 | Author: mat

Microsoft just revealed a tablet of their own that seems to have quite a number of advantages when compared with competitors.

MIT's Transformer Robots in the Making
 

MIT's Transformer Robots in the Making

 Technology  10th October 2013 | Author: mat

Transformer robots are no longer only a science fiction we get to watch in the movies. MIT is developing a real life self-assembling robots and let me tell you the future in this department looks mighty bright.

Newly discovered walking shark in Indonesia
 

Newly discovered walking shark in Indonesia

 Science and nature  4th September 2013 | Author: KimmyK

Always great to hear about new animal species being discovered and this species of shark discovered taking a stroll in the shallows of Indonesian ocean.

Did they find God (particle) in CERN?
 

Did they find God (particle) in CERN?

 Science and nature  13th December 2011 | Author: mat

Today a seminar was held in CERN about the Higgs search status. There were rumors they finally found the particle that would complete the standard model of partical physics.

A new rat species discovered that cannot chew
 

A new rat species discovered that cannot chew

 Science and nature  22nd August 2012 | Author: Sheeva

In Indonesia a brand new type of a few-toothed rodent was found that cannot chew or gnaw, so how and what does it eat then?

Sex life mistery of a giant panda now explained
 

Sex life mistery of a giant panda now explained

 Science and nature  6th April 2012 | Author: KimmyK

Getting pandas to mate in captivity was never an easy task, breeding in nature is also considered not to be taken for granted. Newest studies now explain the peculiar behaviour.

3.5-Billion-Year-Old Bacteria Found in Australia
 

3.5-Billion-Year-Old Bacteria Found in Australia

 Science and nature  13th November 2013 | Author: mat

The evidence of ancient bacteria were found in rocks that are extremely rare, and If scientists happen to stumble upon them, they're almost always compromised by forces of nature.

 
   
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