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Entertainment

5 Impressive Theme Parks That Could Have Been Some of the World's Best

Alas, they were never built, so here& 39;s a little look at what could have been.November 29, 2019Theme parks around the world attract a huge number of visitors year in and year out. Thrill-seekers can get their adrenaline hit from a multitude of twisting and twirling rollercoasters, and for those who prefer a more sedate experience while still being part of the fun, there& 39;s something there for them too.
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Innovation

Tactile Sensations in the Air

October 24, 2013How does the term “touchable hologram” sounds? Not so long ago the obvious answer would be a combination of “fantastic” and “impossible”. Scientists at Bristol University in collaboration with Bristol Interaction and Graphics (BIG) research group developed a device that may change these answers soon.
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News

For the First Time, Molecular Oxygen Was Spotted Outside the Milky Way

Astronomers have found molecular oxygen — the one we breathe every day — in a galaxy beyond the Milky Way, according to a new study published in Astrophysical Journal.Extra-galactic oxygen (not so) far, far awayThe third-most common element in the universe after hydrogen and helium, astronomers used to think molecular oxygen (O2) would be smothered across interstellar space.
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Industry

Fan recreates working Homer Simpson electric hammer

January 21, 2015If you are a fan of The Simpsons you may remember the episode where Homer Simpson is inspired by Thomas Edison to become an inventor. One of the things he tries to build is an electric hammer. Now, Simpson’s fan and laser weapon enthusiast Patrick Priebe has put his skills to use and made a working version of the Homer Simpson electric hammer.
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Innovation

Google Lens Announces New 'Homework' Filter, Solves Math Problems With Photo

Google Lens will include a & 39;Homework& 39; filter that solves math problems using an app called Socratic.August 12, 2020Google is using technology from a mobile learning app called Socratic — which the company acquired in 2019 — to run the forthcoming Lens feature, solving homework problems with nothing but a picture of the equation, according to a recent blog post on Google& 39;s website.
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