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We found deposits of impact glass preserved in Martian craters, possibly preserving ancient signs of life: http://go.nasa.gov/1AYvSem
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Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. Other leading lights, such as Bill Gates and Elon Musk, agree. Set against the vast investment in AI by big firms like Google and Microsoft, such fears have taken on new weight. With supercomputers in every pocket and robots looking down on every battlefield, just dismissing them as science fiction seems like self-deception. The question is how to worry wisely http://econ.st/1GTxrXn
        “THE development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race,” Stephen Hawking warns. Elon Musk fears that...
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'Dwarf planet' Ceres spawns giant mystery - First classified a planet, then an asteroid and then a "dwarf planet" with some traits of a moon—the more scientists learn about Ceres, the weirder it becomes. http://ow.ly/2XkQZZ
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A project off the coast of Australia may make wave power a reality http://econ.st/1IFdGoH
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By working to protect a particular endangered species of bat, scientist Rodrigo Medellin may also be helping to save something else in danger—your tequila. #FutureofFood
Blue agave, the plant responsible for tequila, is in danger. And maybe endangered bats can save it.
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In 1960 Albert Wohlstetter, an American nuclear strategist, wrote that, “We must contemplate some extremely unpleasant possibilities, just because we want to avoid them.” So too today, the essential first step in confronting the growing nuclear threat is to stare it full in the face http://econ.st/1BUk7W8
WITHIN the next few weeks, after years of stalling and evasion, Iran may at last agree to curb its nuclear programme. In exchange for relief from sanctions it will...
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A decade ago, if you lived in Australia and had a mobile phone in your pocket, chances are it was a Nokia.

In America, Blackberry once commanded nearly half the mobile phone market share.

How do once ubiquitous products and brands suffer such staggering decline?

RN Drive | http://ab.co/1HVvQmM
How do once-mighty brands and products fail? RN Drive speaks to a leading business analyst who has charted the rise and fall of some of the world's major companies.
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Testing is underway on our Mars InSight lander in preparation for the next mission to the Red Planet, which is scheduled to launch in March 2016. Details: http://go.nasa.gov/1GEZv4S

#JourneyToMars
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Flying by the "Death Star" Moon! In this view captured by our Cassini spacecraft on its closest-ever flyby of Saturn's moon Mimas, large Herschel Crater dominates Mimas, making the moon look like the Death Star in the movie "Star Wars." May the 4th Be With You!

Image Credit: NASA

#nasa #space #saturn #maythe4thbewithyou #happystarwarsday #moon 
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#EarthDay   #NoPlaceLikeHome   #photography  

Celebrate Earth Day with us by tagging pictures + videos of your favorite spots on the planet #NoPlaceLIkeHome  

Info: http://go.nasa.gov/1Fw2tXd
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National Geographic's Pristine Seas initiative aims to protect Earth's most precious waters by exploring the untouched parts of the ocean—and working with world leaders to get them protected. Their next target? The Seychelles.
The incredible marine life under the waves is often only part of the story in the most wild places in the ocean. Our arrival in the Seychelles was a beautiful reminder of that.
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Dinosaurs and dark matter: a new theory unites two science-story favourites http://econ.st/19KQTwp
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