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Discovery could reverse aging and help us live on Mars

Added: 24.03.2017 11:49 | 0 views | 0 comments

The breakthrough, which relates to how our cells repair damaged DNA, could lead to an antiaging pill. After successful treatments in mice, humans are next.

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RCA 12" 32GB Android Tablet w/ Keyboard for $80 + free shipping

Added: 24.03.2017 10:39 | 3 views | 0 comments

Walmart continues to offer the RCA Galileo Pro 11.5" 32GB Android Tablet with Keyboard Case in Blue or Charcoal, model no. RCT6513W87DK C, for $79.88 with free shipping. That's tied with our mention from last week as the lowest total price we've seen. (It's also the best deal now by $10.) It features an 11.5" LCD touchscreen, 1.3GHz quad-core processor, 1GB RAM, 32GB storage, 2-megapixel rear camera, 1-megapixel front camera, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow), and a detachable keyboard flip case.


Trump Signs NASA Bill, Ponders Sending Congress to Space

Added: 24.03.2017 2:29 | 19 views | 0 comments

President Donald Trump signed legislation Tuesday adding human exploration of Mars to NASA's mission. Could sending Congress into space be next?Flanked at an Oval Office bill-signing ceremony by astronauts and lawmakers, Trump observed that being an astronaut is a "pretty...


iView SupraPad 10.1″ Touchscreen Tablet Computer, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) - $59.98

Added: 24.03.2017 1:26 | 2 views | 0 comments

Walmart offers iView SupraPad 10.1" Touchscreen Tablet Computer, Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) for $59.98. ...


Koalas don't like water but they're being 'driven to drink' by climate change

Added: 24.03.2017 1:01 | 2 views | 0 comments

Koalas have what some would consider the dream life: Eating and sleeping all day. When they're awake they eat leaves, which is their complete source of nourishment. But fun fact: Koalas don't drink water. At least, they didn't used to, except in extreme cases. But thanks to climate change, our marsupial friends are being driven to drink more water than ever before. Their leaves are simply drying up. SEE ALSO: Being cheeky is infectious for these parrots That's a phenomenon that's led researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia to conduct a long-term study on the impact of water on koala populations, and its potential benefits. It's even seen them set up special "drinking stations" just for koalas. "Increasing hot and dry conditions will mean more droughts and heat waves affecting the koalas’ habitat," Dr Valentina Mella, a postdoctoral researcher, said in a statement. "It is believed that koalas are particularly vulnerable to climate change because they rely exclusively on trees — not only to sleep on but also for eating, which together comprise of the bulk of their activities." Koalas have been very thirsty especially in Gunnedah — the self-proclaimed "koala capital of the world" — where their population was reduced by 25 per cent during a heat wave in 2009.  In the study, the Gunnedah koalas were observed via hidden surveillance cameras drinking from the artificial stations day and night, consuming around 10 minutes worth at a time, even during the winter months. Image: university of sydney Semi-retired local farmer Robert Frend designed the water stations to aid researchers. They're nicknamed the "Blinky Drinker," in a nod to the cartoon koala, Blinky Bill. "I'd always believed that koalas get all their moisture from the leaves," Frend told Reuters.  "I mean, they have been living here since the 1970's without any water supplementation. There might have been the odd dam around about but to see them in this area where there just isn't any water was certainly a shock and an eye-opener." Koalas are listed as vulnerable around the country due to declining populations from loss of habitat, disease, dog attacks and vehicle collisions.  The study could help to challenge the belief that koalas don't need water — results are already showing they can benefit from water supplementation. The researchers say a previous study showed koalas will often reject leaves with less than 55 to 65 percent water content. "This is a perfect example of how the understanding of animal behaviour can be applied to solve pressing problems," Mella said. "We hope to use our findings to create a practical plan to manage Australia's rural lands for this iconic species." WATCH: Robotic glove lets people with limited hand mobility perform daily tasks

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Oakland Raiders NFL Trade Rumors: Marshawn Lynch Wants to Play for the Raiders

Added: 24.03.2017 0:11 | 4 views | 0 comments

Citing a reliable source, Peter King of The MMQB said Lynch was seriously considered coming out of retirement to play for the Raiders.

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Unlocked LG G Pad X 8" 32GB 4G LTE Tablet for $132 + free shipping

Added: 23.03.2017 22:40 | 2 views | 0 comments

Qualitycellz via eBay offers the Unlocked LG G Pad X 8" 32GB WiFi + 4G LTE GSM Android Tablet, model no. V520, for $164.99. Apply coupon code "C20SPRING" and check out with PayPal to knock the price to $132. With free shipping, that's $58 under the lowest total price we could find for a refurb elsewhere (this one's new). It features an 8" 1920x1200 IPS touchscreen LCD, Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 8-core processor (Cortex-A53 1.5GHz quad-core and Cortex-A53 1GHz quad-core processors), 2GB RAM, 32GB internal storage, 8-megapixel rear camera, 5-megapixel front-facing camera, up to 1080p video recording, 802.11ac wireless, Bluetooth 4.2, microSD slot, and Android 6.0. (Marshmallow). Deal ends March 27.
Note: The above coupon can only be used once per account.


Augmented reality gets a second life in manufacturing

Added: 23.03.2017 22:24 | 6 views | 0 comments

The ungraceful death of the consumer version of Google Glass in 2015 may have had some grieving the early death of augmented reality. But the technology is being resurrected by companies on the manufacturing floor. 
Take for example Lockheed Martin. Technicians at the aerospace manufacturer use Microsoft's Hololens headset to design and examine models of spacecraft such as the Mars lander ahead of it's 2018 mission.  

Technicians at Lockheed Martin's Collaborative Human Immersive Lab in Colorado examine a model of the Mars lander using Micorsoft's Hololens augmented reality headsets. 


Why Are Martian Volcanoes So Different From Earth's?

Added: 23.03.2017 18:07 | 2 views | 0 comments

The youngest volcano yet was discovered on Mars just this month, but it still died out tens of millions of years ago. What happened to Mars' volcanoes?


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