Space Colonization Limited By Fermi Paradox

Colonizing Galaxy Limited By Fermi Paradox 

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For more than 50 years, many have taken the so-called Fermi Paradox to indicate that the existence of intelligent alien civilizations is an impossibility. However, a recent re-examination of the paradox points out that, rather than discounting the spread of an intelligent civilization, the Fermi Paradox merely points out that advanced civilizations with exponential growth are unlikely to exist.

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Astronomers Spot New Planet Six Times The Mass Of Jupiter

Astronomers Spot New Planet Six Times The Mass Of Jupiter

The technology allows astronomers to see planets of Jupiter’s mass in other galaxies  

Researchers from the National Institute of Nuclear Physics (INFN) claim it is the first planet to be seen outside of our galaxy.

The scientists used a new method of viewing space called microlensing. The method uses a nearer object to bend the light of a distant star when the two align with an observer.

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Radiology Art

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See Through Sub Parts

The Radiology Art project features scans submitted by different folks. This is a CT scan of a toy submarine. Note the mechanical spring-loaded propulsion mechanism in the center most location. This motor spins the paddle wheels located on either side of the main body. Screws can also be seen at the front and back of the sub, as well as connecting the periscope apparati. Portals located below the periscopes suggest an ocular function.

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First Step Towards a Driverless Bus System

First Step Towards a Driverless Bus System

The driver controlled braking and speed, while magnets guided steering
as this bus made a demonstration run along a San Leandro street.

The thought of a bus moving along city streets while its driver has both hands off the wheel is alarming. But a special bus introduced on Sept. 5th, steered not by a driver, but by a magnetic guidance system developed by engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, performed with remarkable precision.

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