Recognizing Spatial Intelligence - Scientific American
Our schools, and our society, must do more to recognize spatial reasoning, a key kind of intelligence
Quantum computing’s also-rans and their fatal flaws
When it comes to performance, engineering matters more than physics.
Long-Sought Dark Matter 'Particle' Found in Exotic Material on Earth
It was predicted four decades ago, but only found now.
Here's How Sleep Removes Poisons From Your Brain, Protecting You From Alzheimer's as Nothing Else Can
During deep sleep, a unique and mysterious process clears the toxins that cause Alzheimer's out of your brain.
‘Unknown Individuals’ Told Officers to Erase Nimitz UFO Evidence
The US Navy has confirmed that the 2004 video footage of UFO encounters, popularly known as the Nimitz ...
Physicists Can Finally Peek at Schrödinger's Cat Without Killing It Forever
There may be a way of sneaking a peak at Schrödinger's cat — the famous feline-based thought experiment that describes the mysterious behavior of subatomic particles — without permanently killing the ...
Fake Memory Implants
Implanting fake memories into your brain could treat depression. Video credit: Hashem Al-Ghaili
Quantum gold rush: the private funding pouring into quantum start-ups
A Nature analysis explores the investors betting on quantum technology. The science is immature and a multi-purpose quantum computer doesn’t yet exist. But that isn’t stopping investors pouring cash ...
Revolve Around a Black Hole Accretion Disk in Amazing Visualization
In this animation, a complete revolution around a black hole and its accretion disk is shown -- Black Holes: Facts, Theory, and Definition https://space.com/15421-black-holes-facts-formation-discovery...
Why Roger Federer Sleeps Twelve Hours a Day
For elite athletes, sleep is the greatest performance enhancing drug of all. In this short video, neuroscientist Professor Matthew Walker, author of the international bestseller Why We Sleep, explains...
Peter Thiel throws bombshell accusation at Google
Facebook board member Peter Thiel on the need for the FBI and CIA to investigate Google on 'Tucker Carlson Tonight.' Tucker FoxNews FOX News operates the FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX Business Network ...
What If We Terraformed The Sahara Desert?
Why don’t we transform the Sahara desert into a lush rainforest?
Robot art
This engineer is teaching his machines to use 'imagination' when they paint.
Trump signs AI initiative to ensure American leadership
U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday, launching an initiative to ensure the country's leadership in artificial intelligence (AI). This technology-promoting initiative calls for...
Experts say the 'Baltic Sea UFO' contains metals that nature can not reproduce, video
Experts say the 'Baltic Sea UFO' contains metals that nature can not reproduce, video BTS Prolog by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org...
Metallic, hydrogen-rich compound found to demonstrate superconductivity at near room temperature
Scientists believe there could be other hydrides or superhydrides with super conducting properties,Communications ,superconductivity,electrical resistance,Superconductors,quantum computing,Super condu...
Unsolved problems in artificial intelligence
In the field of artificial intelligence, the most difficult problems are informally known as AI-complete or AI-hard, implying that the difficulty of these computational problems is equivalent to that ...
Unsolved problems in astronomy
Some of the major unsolved problems in physics are theoretical, meaning that existing theories seem incapable of explaining a certain observed phenomenon or experimental result. The others are experim...
Unsolved problems in astronomy - Wikipedia
Unsolved problems in chemistry
Unsolved problems in chemistry tend to be questions of the kind "Can we make X chemical compound?", "Can we analyse it?", "Can we purify it?" and are commonly solved rather quickly, but may just as we...
Unsolved problems in computer science
This article is a list of unsolved problems in computer science. A problem in computer science is considered unsolved when an expert in the field (i.e, a computer scientist) considers it unsolved or w...
Unsolved problems in economics
This is a list of some of the major unsolved problems, puzzles, or questions in neoclassical economics. Some of these are theoretical in origin and some of them concern the inability of orthodox econo...
Unsolved problems in linguistics
This article discusses currently unsolved problems in linguistics.Some of the issues below are commonly recognized as unsolved problems; i.e., it is generally agreed that no solution is known. Others...
Unsolved problems in mathematics
This article reiterates the Millennium Prize list of unsolved problems in mathematics as of October 2014, and lists further unsolved problems in algebra, additive and algebraic number theories, analys...
Unsolved problems in neuroscience
There are yet unsolved problems in neuroscience, although some of these problems have evidence supporting a hypothesized solution, and the field is rapidly evolving. These problems include:
Unsolved problems in philosophy
This is a list of some of the major unsolved problems in philosophy. Clearly, unsolved philosophical problems exist in the lay sense (e.g. "What is the meaning of life?", "Where did we come from?", "W...
Unsolved problems in physics
Some of the major unsolved problems in physics are theoretical, meaning that existing theories seem incapable of explaining a certain observed phenomenon or experimental result. The others are experim...
Unsolved problems in physics - Wikipedia
Undeciphered writing systems
Many undeciphered writing systems date from several thousand years BC, though some more modern examples do exist. The term "writing systems" is used here loosely to refer to groups of glyphs which app...
Recognizing Spatial Intelligence - Scientific American
Our schools, and our society, must do more to recognize spatial reasoning, a key kind of intelligence
Preon
In particle physics, preons are "point-like" particles, conceived to be subcomponents of quarks and leptons. The word was coined by Jogesh Pati and Abdus Salam in 1974. Interest in preon models peaked...
Quantum computing’s also-rans and their fatal flaws
When it comes to performance, engineering matters more than physics.