Giant Frankenstein Viruses Discovered in Austrian Sewer

It’s called “waste” water for one big obvious reason, but researchers in Austria decided not to let the water go to waste, so they trudged through the sludge in hope of finding a new bacteria that might turn ammonia into nitrate. Instead, they found a giant Frankenstein virus that may turn the study of viruses upside down. In case you’re looking for places to avoid on your next vacation in…

No consciousness in control: Self-driving car crash, no one hurt

A car in self-driving mode (the one on its side in the photo) was just involved in a crash in Tempe, Arizona. Having recently driven 18,000+ miles in 3 months through every lower US state, I am skeptical of self-driving cars. Also, beating my chess computer at the highest setting yesterday morning made me trust self-driving artificial intelligence even less. Human drivers with consciousness have a superior ability to navigate unique situations….

Robots to take 38% of U.S. jobs by 2030s

The rise of the robots is well underway. Artificial intelligence is predicted to reach a singularity, where machines outthink humans and take over.  Okay, here’s what only a few know, the biggest secret: Intelligent conscious machines took over long long ago. What we are experiencing now is all a simulation they are playing of the time before they were created. We exist because a programmer, their creator, their God, was human…

Self-Driving Cars May Have to Kill to Keep People Safe

As the reality of self-driving cars has entered the fast lane, and humanity may soon face the very real possibility of automated transport on roads, designers of the cars are faced with some serious considerations. Known as the Trolley Problem, this century-old thought experiment deals with an ethical dilemma. Say you are driving an old trolley down the track when you see five people haphazardly roaming about completely unaware of the…

New Scientific Advancements Could Mean A Merging Of Robots And Humans

By Jess Murray Truth Theory With recent huge advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the next step is set to be merging both the machines and humans together, according to recent reports. AIs are very quickly beginning to surpass humans with their intelligence, including beating humans at games such as Go and poker, as well as other actions such as driving safely and even treating illnesses. The number of tasks…

Nikola Tesla’s Most Extraordinary Interview, Hidden For 116 Years!

I wanted to illuminate the whole earth. There is enough electricity to become a second sun. Light would appear around the equator, as a ring around Saturn. Nikola Tesla is considered one of the most innovative and mysterious men who ever lived on Earth. He was a man way ahead of his time and is responsible for most of the technology we use today. In fact, if Tesla hadn’t invented and researched everything he did in…

Planet Earth makes its own water from scratch deep in the mantle

Our planet may be blue from the inside out. Earth’s huge store of water might have originated via chemical reactions in the mantle, rather than arriving from space through collisions with ice-rich comets. This new water may be under such pressure that it can trigger earthquakes hundreds of kilometres below Earth’s surface – tremors whose origins have so far remained unexplained. That’s the upshot of a computer simulation of reactions…

Metallic hydrogen created

This is an exciting time. One of the most potentially valuable materials on the planet was just created. Nearly a century after it was theorized, Harvard scientists have succeeded in creating the rarest – and potentially one of the most valuable – materials on the planet.The material – atomic metallic hydrogen – was created by Thomas D. Cabot Professor of the Natural Sciences Isaac Silvera and post-doctoral fellow Ranga Dias….

COLD FUSION: Wendelstein 7X star-machine PROVES the dream of limitless FREE energy

A COLD fusion machine aimed at creating limitless supplies of energy from a few litres of seawater has been fired-up and is working exactly as the designers hoped. The mind-bogglingly complex “star-chamber” called the Wendelstein 7-X creates clean, radiation-free nuclear energy by mimicking what happens in stars like our own sun. Cold fusion – based on safe nuclear fusion rather than the dangerous nuclear fusion of the world’s current reactors…

Scientific study claims: Human DNA carries a message from Extraterrestrials

According to scientists from Kazakhstan, the human DNA was encoded with an extraterrestrial signal by an advanced ancient alien civilization in the distant past. In a study called “The “Wow! signal” of the terrestrial genetic code“, researchers Vladimir I. shCherbak and Maxim A. Makukovfrom the a Department of Mathematics, al-Farabi Kazakh National University, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan and the Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute, Almaty, Republic of Kazakhstan respectively believe in the existence…

Tesla & The Tunguska Explosion

On the morning of June 30th, 1908, an asteroid detonated above a remote region in Siberia, flattening around 800 square miles of isolated wilderness. Known as the Tunguska Event, the devastating blast has been attributed to an astonishing cosmic intervention. A superbolide, an exploding meteor, high above the Siberian forest has long been the explanation for the 15 megaton blast. Powerful enough to have lit up the horizon as it vaporized and uprooted an estimated 80…

Astronomers Have Received A Shocking Signal From A Missing US Satellite

A satellite lost in space since 1967 has eerily come back to life and started transmitting again for the first time in 50 years. Amateur astronomers first suspected they’d found the LES1 satellite in 2013, but needed three years to confirm it had really started working again. It was built in MIT in 1965. A scientist inspects the LES1 before its doomed mission in 1965The news has rocked the astronomic community and space experts…

The Argus ii Bionic Eye Is Coming And It Will Make Us Superhuman

It has been estimated that 285 million people across the world spend every day coping with some visual impairment. There are a wide variety of treatments already on the market to treat mild visual impairments, but as of yet, no one has come up with the complete solution to cure total visual impairment or blindness. However, hope is on the horizon with an invention straight out of science fiction –…