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A new virtual autopsy shows we were all way off about King Tut

A new virtual autopsy shows we were all way off about King Tut

Using modern techniques, a new autopsy gives us a brand new look at what King Tut may have physically looked like, and more.

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Scientists create robots that can fly aircraft, the countdown to human extinction begins

Scientists create robots that can fly aircraft, the countdown to human extinction begins

Researchers at the South Korean Advanced Institute of Science and Technology have created Pibot, a robot that can fly planes and helicopters.

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A Working Hoverboard today, floating buildings tomorrow

A Working Hoverboard today, floating buildings tomorrow

A California-based company, Hendo, has turned to Kickstarter to help fund its new magnetic technology that promises to produce a working hoverboard - and that's just the start.

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Behold! The radical new future of umbrellas! (No, really!)

Behold! The radical new future of umbrellas! (No, really!)

A new Kickstarter campaign may show us a bold new future for umbrellas. Yes, umbrellas.

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Saturn’s “death star” moon could hide water

Saturn’s “death star” moon could hide water

The often ignored moon around Saturn, Mimas, may have water hiding beneath its icy surface.

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Secret US shuttle lands after two year mission

Secret US shuttle lands after two year mission

The secret U.S. Air Force mini-shuttle, the X-37B space shuttle, has landed after two year in space.

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Lockheed announces fusion breakthrough

Lockheed announces fusion breakthrough

Lockheed Martin announced it has made a breakthrough on a fusion energy project, and claims that it will have a working prototype reactor in five years.

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Cold fusion reactor verified by third party, but don’t go celebrating just yet

Cold fusion reactor verified by third party, but don’t go celebrating just yet

Andrea Rossi's cold fusion Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat) can reportedly generate 1 million times more power than gasoline, and a third party agrees. But there's a catch.

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Scientists laugh at nature, discover a way to breathe underwater

Scientists laugh at nature, discover a way to breathe underwater

A new crystalline material shows the ability to absorb and release oxygen, potentially allowing people to breathe underwater without oxygen tanks.

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Tesla unveils all-weather supercar with autopilot

Tesla unveils all-weather supercar with autopilot

Elon Musk and Tesla unveil the Tesla D, featuring two motors, all-wheel drive, and supercar like acceleration. Tesla also showed off its new "autopilot" features.

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