So many things we throw away and so many people create cool things with it just for us to say “I could do that” but yet we never did.
Practically everyone drinks soda and if you are someone who prefers 2 liter bottles, you may have mounds of plastic to throw away at the end of the month. Instead of throwing out those bottles, why not do something creative? People are increasingly creating different ways of reducing the damage we are causing to the planet bringing intelligent ideas about recycling and reusing daily objects.
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Just in time for the 60th anniversary of Alan Turing‘s death, a group of researchers claim to have developed a program that has passed the test Turing invented for artificial intelligence for the very first time. However, those claims might have been overstated, as many disagree that the Turing test has actually been passed.
Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/technology/computer-has-reportedly-passed-turing-test-first-time#0sYdOI1YIAVGx9Qg.99
This is one of the coolest things I’ve seen and I so want to try it!
This video and website talk about how you can make a water bottle that you can actually eat and drink! Not sure how you can transport these but this is very cool.
I’ll be checking out the recipes here soon!
Mars is just one of those icons from our culture and world that will continue to interest and inspire! So this is just plain cool how they did a rendering of what Mars looked like with water.
Mars is very aptly nicknamed “The Red Planet.” Aside from some dry ice polar caps, the landscape on Mars is cold, dry, and rocky. However, that wasn’t always the case. Four billion years ago Mars was covered in water. It had a much thicker atmosphere that kept the planet warm enough for rivers to flow and for liquid water to stand. On November 18, NASA will be launching the Mars Atmosphere and Volatile EvolutioN (MAVEN) which will try to determine what happened to the atmosphere on Mars.
Read more at http://www.iflscience.com/space/what-did-mars-look-when-it-had-water#fjWX3IxW0LklHAsv.99
Nature is totally mysterious sometimes and the elements of water continue to boggle the mind!
Photographer Aaron Huey, who is on assignment for National Geographic, recently shared a picture of a frighteningly deep hole on the Lower Ruth Glacier. The only thing stopping people from plummeting down the 1000 feet drop into the ground is a sheet of ice. One crack, though.
From a thin sheet of ice to a lake appearing mysteriously it’s just WOW!
Siberia has suddenly appearing holes, but Tunisia seems to be getting the better end of the bargain – a lake that has arrived as if from nowhere in the middle of a hot dry summer.