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Will Cyborgs Replace the Disabled?-Video

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Cyborgs are promoted in some quarters as the future ultimate empowerment of disabled. See the pioneering research and blow-back here.
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Telstar I Anniversary: History of Satellites [infographic]

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Find out how the Telstar I satellite revolutionized global communications in July 1962 in this Early History of Satellites infographic.
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Robotics World Championship 2014: Epic Battle Retrospective

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Students battled it out at the epic Robotics World Championship 2014. Our Tim Downs provides a retrospective of the debut -- and a tally of final results. Photo gallery inside.
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NASA Cold Atom Lab: Building the Coolest Place in the Universe

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NASA is working on creating the coolest -- and COLDEST -- place in the known universe via its Cold Atom Lab, Why? Find details and a terrific video here.
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Coldest Super Bowl Ever? Climate Code Red Explains Why

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The experts all agree it will be the coldest Super Bowl ever played. Climate Code Red and our David Michaelis help explain why.
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Bill Nye Creationism Debate: Bill Nye vs Ken Ham live stream

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The Bill Nye creationism debate has sparked a mini uproar in the U.S. And now creationist Ken Ham is debating Bill Nye. Live Stream on now. Background videos, pre-show video, details here.
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Mini Moon 2014: How Tiny Is the Moon!

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It's the return of the Mini Moon -- Mini Moon 2014. Here's how and when to see It January 15, 2014. And what is this apogee all about, anyway?
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Brains and Helmets on Fire: Singularity, the Transhuman Hope (infographic)

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It's 2014 and our David Michaelis tackles Singularity. Skully Helmets, a critique of the future, and the endless possibilities of human existence are discussed here.
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Synbio: Nano-Robots are Coming, Do You Really Want to Live 150 years? (infographic)

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Nano robots and computer chips will soon become part of your body with Synbio. The next bio innovation? You could live to be 150 years old.
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Floating Cities and Tech Utopias (aNewDomainTV)

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Our Todd Townsend does a deep dive on the latest thinking around tech utopias and floating cities. It's aNewDomainTV
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Rare Annular Hybrid Solar Eclipse 2013: Viewing Guide

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On November 3, 2013, some earthlings will get a real treat -- a glimpse at the rare ansular hybrid solar eclipse 2013. It'll happen Nov 3, 2013. Check out what cities will be able to view it here.
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Google Science Fair 2013

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Richard Hay covers the Google Science Fair 2013. Finalists, projects, locations, ages, anecdotes, winners, results, and pictures.
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Perseid Meteor Shower 2013: How Meteor Showers Work — and When

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Did you catch the Perseids meteor showers yet? Check out this awesome How Meteor Showers infographic plus info on Perseids and where to watch, livestreams, and a 2013 meteor showers schedule of events.
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Chabot Space and Science Center: A First Rate Public Observatory

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Chabot Space and Science Center is a first-class public Observatory. Richard Hay gives us the rich history of the Observatory and his time there.
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Nanobiology, New Tech and a 30-second Recharge

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Is nanobiology the next step for the energy industry? Is it a game changer? David Michaelis takes a closer look.
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Israeli Biotransducer Breakthrough, Bill Gates vs Craig Venter on Bio Computing

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Biotransducer Breakthough: Here's why, according to our global columnist David Michaelis, MS founder Bill Gates and biologist J. Craig Venter have profoundly differing views on biocomputers and their meaning to humans. Video, analysis, news.
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New Exploratorium at Pier 15: Richard Hay Photo Gallery

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Check out the new Exploratorium at Pier 15. Our Richard Hay brought a camera -- and brings you a terrific photo gallery. Frank Oppenheminer would be proud ...
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Maker Faire 2013: Photo Gallery Tour

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Maker Faire 2013: Photo Gallery Tour, Our Richard Hay covers the Maker Faire in Silicon Valley live. With his camera -- and his eye for all things cool and obscure. Don't miss the 3D chess pieces. Your move.
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Richard Hay: On Winning the Carmack Prize, How AeroPac Did It, Details

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Our Richard Hay digs into the Carmack Prize with details, pics and videos of the winning team -- AeroPac -- and how it managed to build a rocket that could reach 100K feet and still be recoverable. Most excellent.
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MIT Creates Circuits from Living Cells: How It Works

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MIT creates circuits from living cells. They add, multiply, divide, calculate logs and square roots. It's called synthetic biology. WILD.
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