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Is the killer “robot warrior” cyborg coming in future?

If the human race wants to survive, then we must quickly shut down all our efforts put in towards killer robot. If we do not stop ourselves from creating artificially intelligent robotic warriors, we might just have a terminator on our hands just like in the movie Terminator. Quite a few individuals believe that killer robot with artificial intelligence should ...

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Climate change caused the disappearance of Bolivia’s lake, scientists say

Last month, Bolivia’s lake Poopó was officially declared evaporated, affecting the livelihoods of hundreds of villagers. The disappearance of the country’s second-largest lake was caused by climate change and human interference, scientists say. Several factors including the recurring El Niño weather patterns, diversion of water for mining and agriculture and the withdrawal of Andean glaciers are responsible for the disappearance of ...

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Two newborn mountain lion kittens discovered near Los Angeles

Two newborn mountain lions were discovered by animal experts from the National Park Service (NPS) in a den, located in the western portion of Santa Monica mountains. The two kittens — one male and one female, have been designated as P-46 and P-47. A video of made of the two kittens when the mother left the den, and another video ...

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Florida’s manatee and green sea turtle population is rebounding

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that Florida’s green sea turtles and manatees are no longer endangered. Federal officials have recognized it as a conservation success as their low numbers started to increase.   The manatee population in Florida dropped to 1,267 in 1991, and was offered protection under the Endangered Species Act. Since then, the population has ...

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Another rare yellow-bellied venomous snake washed up in California beach

A 20-inch long rare venomous sea snake with yellow-belly has washed up in a Southern California beach, hundreds of miles away from its habitat. This is the third time in recent months venomous snakes appearing in the Californian sea shores. According to a statement by Coronado city officials, this 20-inch long venomous snake was found about 2.30 p.m. at Dog Beach in ...

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Second largest black hole discovered in our Milky Way galaxy

A black hole has always had a special attention from scientists as well as enthusiasts. As it happens to be that many individuals believe that only when we can completely understand the intermediate black hole that is when our knowledge about the fully grown ones will grow. According to the reports, a team of researchers from Japan has found out ...

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Adidas partners with Virgin Galactic to design kevlar-like spacesuits

Adidas has announced that its Y-3 brand would collaborate with Virgin Galactic, to design spacesuits and outfits for everyone at Spaceport America. The brand Y-3, is a fashion collaboration between Adidas and designer Yohji Yamamoto.   Y-3’s team is designing “plans for a space-apparel system” for Virgin Galactic’s pilots, future astronauts and the operations team in Spaceport America. A limited-edition ...

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