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1984 Apple’s Macintosh Commercials

Published on January 23rd, 2014 | by No Artificial

30 years ago Apple debuted its famous “1984” TV commercial. The ad opened on a propagandist leader speaking to the bald human drones from a big screen: “Today we celebrate the first, glorious anniversary of the ... Read More



CES 2014: Sony Launches ‘Core’ SmartBand

Published on January 8th, 2014 | by No Artificial

Sony unveiled a new wearable device: a fitness tracker called ‘Core’ SmartBand that offers life empowerment by logging daily activities. The band has no display and interacts wirelessly with an Android smartphone or tablet through an ... Read More



Our Exposure To Cell Phone Radiation

Published on December 14th, 2013 | by No Artificial

Artist Nickolay Lamm has created a series of illustrations that visualize what cell phone radiation might look like if it were visible. The picture above presents a “hexagonal grid of cellular base-station sites” that covers Chicago. ... Read More



Electricity From Sewage

Published on September 17th, 2013 | by No Artificial

Stanford scientists have developed a method using microbes to generate electricity from sewage and wastewater. According to Stanford researchers, the system can extract about 30 percent of the potential energy locked in wastewater and it is ... Read More



Google Launches Its Project Loon Wi-Fi Balloons

Published on June 18th, 2013 | by No Artificial

Google Will Use High-Flying Balloons to Provide Internet to the Hinterlands Google’s taking wireless Internet to the next level. The tech company announced on Saturday that it plans to release 30 wi-fi test balloons into the ... Read More



Shroud of Turin Dates to Jesus’ Era

Published on March 29th, 2013 | by No Artificial

The latest research conducted at Italy’s University of Padua suggests that the linen sheet believed by some to be Christ’s burial cloth dates back to Jesus’ lifetime. The 14-foot-long cloth bearing the image of a man ... Read More



Damage from Hurricane Sandy Could Have Been Avoided

Published on November 7th, 2012 | by No Artificial

Professor Stephen Salter of the University of Edinburgh believes that his device made from recycled car tires could prevent the formation of devastating storms such as Hurricane Sandy. Hurricanes are areas of extreme low pressure that ... Read More

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