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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.

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.  

5 World Records Felix Baumgartner broke
 

5 World Records Felix Baumgartner broke

 Space  16th October 2012 | Author: mat

The Redbull Stratos project is over and Felix Baumgartner officially broke 5 Guinness World Records, and here they are.

British ISPs forced to block The Pirate Bay
 

British ISPs forced to block The Pirate Bay

 Technology  6th May 2012 | Author: MrEinStain

British High Court has decided that Internet Service Providers (ISPs) should block access to the file sharing website The Pirate Bay.

First all smartphone shot film in theaters
 

First all smartphone shot film in theaters

 Technology  30th November 2011 | Author: mat

Olive could be the first ever feature length film, shot entirely with a smartphone Nokia N8 to be shown in theaters.

Hubble telescope finds a blue planet
 

Hubble telescope finds a blue planet

 Space  12th July 2013 | Author: Spaceman

NASA's famous space telescope, or its imaging spectograph detected the planet HD 189733b to be of a true blue color.

Scientists have discovered a new human body part
 

Scientists have discovered a new human body part

 Science and nature  6th November 2013 | Author: mat

This sounds pretty amazing if not impossible, but the scientists revealed they found a new, previously unknown body part in the human knee.

Watch one of the best meteor showers this year
 

Watch one of the best meteor showers this year

 Space  13th December 2013 | Author: Spaceman

Geminid meteor shower is suppose to be one of the best displays space has to offer this year, so be sure not to miss it! You can also watch the live broadcast of the event on Dreevoo.

Blue whales are great underwater acrobats
 

Blue whales are great underwater acrobats

 Science and nature  30th November 2012 | Author: KimmyK

Scientists have found that the largest animal in the world performs underwater acrobatics to successfully catch the huge amounts of their prey which really is amazing considering its size.

Motorola to build modular smartphones
 

Motorola to build modular smartphones

 Technology  29th October 2013 | Author: mat

Motorola disclosed an open-source project for modular smartphones, meaning you will be able to replace a camera with a new one, by simply changing the camera module. How great does that sound?

First ever private space flight happening right now
 

First ever private space flight happening right now

 Space  25th May 2012 | Author: mat

Space Exploration Technologies, a private space company launched a rocket couple a days ago, and sent its Dragon space capsule to dock on the International Space Station.

Another earth-like planet found
 

Another earth-like planet found

 Space  19th December 2012 | Author: Spaceman

Less than only 12 light-years away a new potentially habitable earth-like planet was found, circling the sun-like Tau Ceti star.

There is still hope for the Amazon Rainforest
 

There is still hope for the Amazon Rainforest

 Environment and health  7th June 2012 | Author: mat

The latest data shows, that deforestation of the Amazon has sunk to record low levels, since they started observing its shrinking.

Angry Birds Star Wars game is released
 

Angry Birds Star Wars game is released

 Interesting  8th November 2012 | Author: Spaceman

Rovio just released the newest and much anticipated episode of the world's most played mobile game, Angry Birds Star Wars.

New theory of why Europeans became white
 

New theory of why Europeans became white

 Science and nature  28th January 2014 | Author: mat

The latest DNA analysis of around 7,000 years old male hunter-gatherer from Spain may shed some new light over the theory of why European's skin became lighter in color.

Japanese robot can climbe ladders
 

Japanese robot can climbe ladders

 Technology  1st December 2011 | Author: mat

Robots are getting smarter and more agile, ladder climbing robot from Osaka in Japan is a prime example of these humaniods.

 
   
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