The New Audi A8 allows you to watch TV when driving News Technology 

The New Audi A8 allows you to watch TV when driving, autonomous

Movies have given car manufacturers the opportunity to show off their latest models for many years now – the recent blockbuster Spider-Man: Homecoming is no exception. Showing the new Audi A8 luxury sedan in all of its technological glory in the movie does nothing short of skyrocket public interest in the car. With level three autonomy and a mild hybrid... Read More
LHC xicc++ cern News Science 

CERN Physicists discover a brand new particle

Physicists working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, or CERN as it is more commonly known, have discovered a new kind of heavy particle. The particle, named Xi-cc++ (pronounced Ksi-CC plus-plus) was discovered during ongoing experiments involving the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). You may remember the LHC being responsible for several other discoveries and scientific advancements in the past... Read More
planetary defence, comet asteroid impact nasa dart kinetic impact deflection News Science Technology 

NASA’s new planetary defence system faces field trials

NASA has announced that its first-ever asteroid deflection mission has progressed to the next design phase. The Double Asteroid Redirection Test, or DART, is as the name suggests, an asteroid deflection technique that is set to become a world-first planetary defence system. Using revolutionary technology known as kinetic impaction, the DART will strike asteroids in order to shift its orbit. Read More
Solar power overtakes coal as cheapest energy option News Technology 

Solar power overtakes coal as cheapest energy option

Two weeks ago, the English power grid set a new record in renewable energy production, with over half of its electricity coming from those sources. Last week, the US renewable energy sector did something it had never done before: it produced 10% of the national grid’s power. Although that may not sound like much, it coincided with other reports from... Read More
The Eight-Thousanders A Geological Phenomenon & Deadly Climb; Nepal Himalayas News Science 

The Eight-Thousanders: A Geological Phenomenon & Deadly Climb

The Eight-Thousanders, a group of fourteen independent mountains on our planet that are over 8000 meters in height above sea level. These mountains are all located in the Himalayan and Karakoram ranges in Asia, which are the home not only to those major peaks, but to several other large mountains renowned for their climbing difficulty. But what exactly makes them... Read More

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