How the Kardashians and Selena Gomez are smarter than Elon Musk

Elon Musk is clearly a business and technology genius. He drove the creation of SpaceX and reusable rockets and has electric cars popular. However, all of the members of the celebrity Kardashian family (Kim, Kylie Jenner, Khloé Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian) and other celebrities like Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift are clearly smarter than Elon Musk …

Read more

Stargate reached top trending targets #StargateRising #Stargate #StargateNow

StargateNow tweet efforts reached top or top ten trending in the UK, Canada, Australia and worldwide. We are also trending in the UK at 2 hours and 10 minutes into our tweetstorm. #StargateRising @BaronDestructo @MGM_Studios @stargatecommand — Stargate Now (@StargateNow) March 10, 2018 WORLDWIDE BABY!!!!! And number 8. Number 8. #StargateRising @BaronDestructo @MGM_Studios @StargateCommand pic.twitter.com/SjWEwL3EcM …

Read more

Set a calendar reminder for March 9 to tweet out support for New Stargate TV shows

Stargate Fans should prepare to make some twitter noise on March 9, according to Mallozzi. At 6pm on the west coast and 9pm on the east coast and international fans will have their own tweetfest on March 10 at 8pm GMT. Fifteen minutes before the tweetfest, the official @StargateNow Twitter handle will tweet out what …

Read more

Smoke from 2015 Indonesian fires may have caused 100,000 premature deaths

In the fall of 2015, hazardous levels of smoke from agricultural fires blanketed much of Equatorial Asia. Schools and businesses closed, planes were grounded and tens of thousands sought medical treatment for respiratory illness. In a new study, Harvard University researchers and their colleagues estimate that the 2015 smoke event caused upwards of 100,000 deaths …

Read more

China developing faster high speed trains with adjustable wheels for different gauges from China to Europe

China is developing a next-generation bullet train that can run at 400 kilometers an hour and is suitable for cross-border services, a senior researcher with the nation’s high-speed rail program said on Sunday. It will have wheels that can be adjusted to fit various gauges on other countries’ tracks, compared with trains now that need …

Read more

Automating DNA origami makes it easy to build DNA nanoparticles

Researchers can build complex, nanometer-scale structures of almost any shape and form, using strands of DNA. But these particles must be designed by hand, in a complex and laborious process. This has limited the technique, known as DNA origami, to just a small group of experts in the field. Now a team of researchers at …

Read more