What fascinates us most about the Universe is how little we know about it. And just as we want to find out what happens to us after we die, scientists are curious about what could happen to the entire Universe when the Grim Reaper comes to visit.
From virtual reality headsets to lab-grown meat – we’ve seen them all, and now it’s time to fire off the top 8 most innovative products of the 2010s’!
Initially, the types of technology that exist in science fiction might sound unrealistic, and then at some point human civilization reaches a stage where it actually becomes possible.
Evolutionary biology is the foundation of science because it explains everything. Sadly, lots of people around the world are skeptical of evolution because we are stubborn people who want to believe whatever it is we choose to believe, regardless as to whether it is grounded in evidence.
In our day and age, finding a perfect tech gift can be either extremely hard or super easy, as there are hundreds of new gadgets coming out every year. New phones, new smartwatches, constant innovations, fun gizmos nobody really needs – the choice is yours!
Our Universe is a wonderful place and it’s packed with billions upon billions of galaxies, most of which we haven’t even seen yet. But even from the relatively small amount of galaxies we managed to observe there are some really bizarre ones.
We live in a world dominated by technology that advances by the day. Many huge changes have happened in the last 10 years transforming our lives, as tech continues to advance we will surely see many more huge changes in our daily lives. Many of the new tech on this list are already being rolled out to countries all over the world, others are still in testing. Who knows somewhere close in the future tech could make life even better than it already is!
Our Universe is a huge place, full of huge things. Stars, Planets, Galaxies and clusters of Galaxies are endless. It’s very hard to imagine the space and things out there from our tiny planet. We should feel humbled by the universe’s incredible size and grandeur. Who knows what will be discovered in the future?
Humans have six basic senses: hearing, smell, taste, touch, sight, and seeing dead people. We would love to tell you about all of them, but we’re kind of busy right now. It’s almost naptime, you see. But let’s do this as a compromise: we will share some amazing facts about sound that are sure to please and/or damage your eardrums.
Samsung, Google, Nest, Phillips and Amazon are some of the current top names in smart home tech. Let us help you with this list of the best 6 smart home devices you can buy…
We’ve all been there, hosting a dinner party, BBQ or party and need the ice to stay frozen for longer so everyone gets a cool drink. There’s nothing worse than a warm white wine or beer, wouldn’t it be great if all of your ice stayed frozen for much longer?
People rarely worry about what’s going on high above their heads. And why should they? Whatever is out there, if it hits us – we’re dead; and if it doesn’t – why worry? This issue is that a lot of things can fall from the sky almost at any moment. In total, scientists have counted over 18,000 space objects close to Earth. Of these thousands, comets are the smallest part. There are only a little more than a hundred of them but if any of them ever smashes into Earth… well, Mars will become the third planet from the Sun.
We all love our tech right? Each new gadget that comes out spreads like wildfire. But are these gadgets really helping our daily life? Do we really need them?
We all have a favourite space movie, cult classics such as the Alien series, Interstellar, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Star Wars are watched by millions over and over again. But do you really believe the plots and tech in these movies?
A spare phone that can work for weeks without recharging and can easily fit in the smallest pocket is a perfect solution for tourists, kids, and spies, and it could save your life in a tough situation. Here are the top 10 tiniest mobile phones on the planet!
For those who were alive in the 1980’s they seemed much simpler in many ways, many of the high tech gadgets we have today were not even thought of. Social media wasn’t invented and there was not even a hint of a smartphone or tablet. Imagine a world with no internet at all! But don’t think for a minute that the 80s were a boring analogue age, in many ways they paved the way for the gadgets we have today.
Around the time of the late 20th century, it became clear that Japan was a world leader in technology and innovation, leading the way in nuclear energy, robotics and electronics to name but a few. While Japan may not be the current leader in technology it still provides us with massive brands like Sony, Mitsubishi, Honda, Toyota and Nintendo that supply great tech to the world. Check out these 8 top Japenese tech that will make you wish you lived in Japan.
Yes, you’ve seen them you may even have a drone. But did you know that drones are already being developed to do much more than fancy youtube flyover shots or kids crashing them into park trees!
We’ve all seen the movies, Bladerunner, Robocop. AI, Terminator and iRobot to name but a few. Will our future as a planet include robots in some form? Will robots one day rule the world? There are already some impressive and almost shocking robots that exist and function very similar to humans in some ways. Take a look at this list of the world’s most advanced robots and decide if one day we all will be ‘Terminated’!
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