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NASA aims to revolutionize space exploration

NASA aims to revolutionize space exploration

The National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) has revealed plans to explore unknown physics as part of its efforts to 'revolutionize space exploration' by making travelling into the distant universe a reality.

It has been revealed by NASA that it is looking forward to develop warp travel and wormholes in an attempt to make travelling into the distant universe a reality.

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NOAA to release new online tool to protect endangered blue whales

NOAA to release new online tool to protect endangered blue whales

The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) will release a new online tool, dubbed WhaleWatch, to protect endangered blue whales. The online tool will protect whales by preventing the huge marine creature's potential collisions with shipping and fishing gear.

Presently, about a fourth of the nearly 12,000 blue whales in the world are living in the Pacific Ocean. They are the biggest animal that has ever lived on Earth. It is over 100 feet long, over 100 tonnes in weight and is colored a sort of iridescent blue.

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American space agency NASA releases 2015 technical roadmap

American space agency NASA releases 2015 technical roadmap

NASA will be heavily using cloud supercomputing, cognitive computing, as well as efficient robots capable of interacting with humans in a much better way in the next 20 years, according to the American space agency's 2015 technical roadmap.

The 2015 technical roadmap from NASA is a document designed to support the space agency's missions that includes trip to Mars, developing new technologies to make computers that can withstand radiation.

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Researchers develop chicken embryos with dino-snouts

Researchers develop chicken embryos with dino-snouts

As a result of a slight tinkering with molecules, researchers have been successful in developing chicken embryos with dinosaur-snouts for the first time.

According to the scientists working on the project, the developing chickens revealed how the bird beak evolved. About 5 million years ago, due to an impact from a giant rock from space, the Age of Dinosaurs came to an end.

However, not all of the dinosaurs went extinct. Many studies have tried to find out how birds evolved from their reptilian ancestors through fossil discoveries.

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Microsoft updates Surface 3 for mass deployments in large organizations

Microsoft updates Surface 3 for mass deployments in large organizations

Software giant Microsoft has rolled out an update for its new Surface 3 tablet. The update will particularly be helpful for customers looking at mass deployments of Surface 3 into large organizations.

The tablet would include features previously found in the Surface Pro 3. Surface 3 will help not just individual customers but larger organizations as well.

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Most midsize SUVs struggled to pass IIHS’ latest crash tests

Most midsize SUVs struggled to pass IIHS’ latest crash tests

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) has conducted the latest crash tests, which show that most of the vehicles in the midsize SUVs group performed badly.

The worst performer to sustain severe structural damages was the Dodge Journey. Seven midsize sport utility vehicles were put through small overlap crash tests.

The four-door Jeep Wrangler and Nissan Murano received good rating from the IIHS in comparison to Dodge Journey while the Ford Flex had an 'acceptable' performance.

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Elon Musk challenges claims made by Ashlee Vance in his new book

Elon Musk challenges claims made by Ashlee Vance in his new book

Business tycoon Elon Musk has challenged the claims made by Bloomberg tech reporter Ashlee Vance in his new book. Incidentally, the book is about Musk himself.

The book titled 'Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX and the Quest for a Fantastic Future' by Ashlee Vance, details the Tesla CEO's life, exemplifying it through his quotes and anecdotes. Vance spent about 30 hours interviewing Musk and also sought answers from 300 other people close to him, to write the book. The book focuses on Musk's approach to work, on how he prioritizes work above everything else.

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Connecticut serial killer dumps four bodies behind Hartford strip mall in New Britain

Connecticut serial killer dumps four bodies behind Hartford strip mall in New Britain

According to a disclosure by the Connecticut law enforcement agents, the recovery of four bodies from behind Hartford strip mall in New Britain indicates that the mysterious serial killer has struck again.

Back in 2007, the bodies of three women had been founded dumped at the same place.

The 2007 findings have had the cops on their feet. They have surveyed the mall's site several times ever since. In their latest search, it were the special sniffer dogs that came to their rescue and helped them locate four more bodies.

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