Technology and Science

Talking about the stars

It’s curious that so many people obsessively read their horoscopes. According to a studies, many Americans believe astrology is scientific. The study also revealed that skepticism of astrology is decreasing, and indeed you don’t have to look far online to find the...

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The discovery of Trappist 1

The discovery of Trappist 1 Astronomers have just identified a nearby solar system hosting seven Earth-sized planets. Most intriguing: Three planets that orbit its central star — known as TRAPPIST-1 — may even be within a habitable zone. That means they fall within a...

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Drones handle with care

Drones handle with care Drones handle with care as they are used in many contexts from military uses to leisure and for fun. But are they just dangerous toys or just accidents waiting to happen? There have been many stories and reports of drone near-misses and...

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Chris – Technophile

Chris could be described as a technophile - Technophilia (from Greek τέχνη - technē, "art, skill, craft" and φίλος - philos, "beloved, dear, friend") refers generally to a strong enthusiasm for technology, especially new technologiessuch as personal computers,...

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Anti Gadgets Technophobe

Listen to Sue, explaining her views on everyday technology and gadgets - she could be described as a technophobe. Technophobia (from Greek τέχνη technē, "art, skill, craft" and φόβος phobos, "fear") is the fear or dislike of advanced technology or complex devices,...

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The UFO Investigator

How many unidentified flying phenomena do you think are sighted by people and that cannot be explained by scientists every year? Are UFOs investigated by keen amateurs and geeks? Are UFOs taken seriously by governments and state agencies? Listen to a real UFO...

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