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The Man Who Was Allergic to Radio Waves
Your cellphone does not in itself cause cancer. But in the daily sea of radiation we all travel, there may be subtler dangers at work, and science is only just beginning to understand how they can come to affect people like Per Segerbäck so intensely
US Troops In Afghanistan to Get Sensors That See Through Walls
As if aerial robots and bionic limbs didn’t make the Army seem futuristic enough, it looks like another hallmark of...
At Cambridge Alien Conference, Scientists Warn Of An Invisible Earth and Hostile ETs
This week, scientists from around the globe converge on Cambridge University in England to discuss mankind’s relationship with intelligent life...
RFID Waves Visualized and Demystified Using a LED Wand
Two Oslo-based design researchers have created a visual model of RFID fields in an effort to show curious designers how...
Researchers Predict the Weather Using Cell Towers
A team of Israeli scientists have devised a way to predict the intensity of flooding by turning cell towers into hygrometers, measuring humidity
The Military’s Mystery Machine
The High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, or HAARP, has been called a missile-defense tool and a mind-control device. The truth is a bit less ominous
Scientists Fry Cancer Cells With Nanotubes
Scientists conducting pre-clinical trials have shown that tiny nanotubes, heated up with radio waves, can destroy cancer cells while leaving...
What Sound Does Space Make?
Ever wonder what a blackhole sounds like? The sun? Remnants of the Big Bang? Yeah, neither had we but it...
When Photos Talk
A new "memory stamp" turns physical objects like postcards and photos into hyperlinks
Your Phone Is So Money
A tiny add-on chip will turn your cellphone into a credit card, bus schedule, concert ticket and more