Using A.I. to build a better human | The Age of A.I.

[man]Steve Austin, astronaut, a man barely alive.We can rebuild him. We have the technology.We can make him better than he was.Better…stronger…faster.[Downey] Man, when I was a kid, theSix Million Dollar Man was all the rage. It’s a show about a guy who gets rebuilt with robotic machine parts. God, I loved it. And then 35 […]

ESA Preview 2020

In January, Konnect a Eutelsat satellite will be launched on an Ariane 5 from Kourou. Konnect is the first Neosat Telecommunications platform with electric propulsion developed within a Public Private Partnership between ESA and industry. It comprises 2 platform lines, one with Airbus, one with Thales Alenia Space. Towards the end of year another innovative […]

A New Island Has Formed in the Bermuda Triangle & Scientists Are Baffled!

the Bermuda Triangle is a specific section of the North Atlantic ocean that has claimed thousands of lives in unusual circumstances hundreds of boats and planes have been lost in this area never to be seen again from family lost in a private plane to giant pyramids under the ocean here are 15 things you […]

Hurricane Walaka Erases Entire Hawaiian Island | SciShow News

[ ♪ Intro ] Unlike much of the rest of Hawaii, East Island in French Frigate Shoals isn’t much of a tourist hotspot. Even locals weren’t super familiar with this small, 4.5-hectare strip of sand 890 kilometres north-west of Honolulu. That is, until it disappeared overnight. The island was almost completely submerged underwater when Hurricane […]

What Causes a Heart Attack?

Atherosclerosis is not only a tongue twister; it’s the leading cause of heart attacks worldwide. Understanding how this disease can lead to an attack starts with knowing how your immune system works for and against you. The good news is that thanks to medical advancements, people are living longer and surviving in the face of […]

Earth from Space: Faroe Islands

Hi I’m Romina Persi and welcome back to Earth from Space. And happy new year! Today, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the Faroe Islands. Located halfway between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, the Faroe Islands are an archipelago comprising of 18 jagged islands and are a self-governing nation under the […]

Could Injecting Carbon Into the Earth Save Our Planet?

Iceland: the land of majestic waterfalls, black sands, sparkling glaciers, and… maybe one of the world’s wildest solutions for solving climate change? Nestled beside the majestic hills of southwestern Iceland, are a series of huge pods capable of taking CO2 that’s been snatched from the air and injecting it into underground stones, where the gas […]

Small rockets are the next space revolution | Peter Beck

So what I’m going to talk about here is, this is a power station. So if you’ve ever wondered what a couple of million horsepower looked like, that’s pretty much what it looks like. And for me, it’s always been about the rocket. In fact so much so that when I was growing up, the […]

Why Did Microsoft Put a Data Center Underwater?

“Cloud computing” has been a buzzword for a few years now, it’s the term for when software, data storage, and processing is handled remotely in a server somewhere rather than on the local device you’re on. Despite its lofty name though, it doesn’t take place up in some mystical cloud, but rather inside a mundane […]

Mount Brown South | Ice core drilling

Hi my name’s Sharon Labudda and I am the field leader for the Mount Brown South camp this year in 2017-18 season. And my name’s Dr. Tessa Vance and I’m the Chief Investigator for the Mount Brown South camp. We’re drilling an ice core to 350 metres this year, which should give us a 1200 […]