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Using a UV Camera to Reveal Hidden Ultraviolet Patterns Humans Can’t See

Photographer and “mad scientist” Don Komarechka is back for a DPReview TV episode on ultraviolet light. Specifically, he explains how a modified camera-and-filter combination can reveal hidden ultraviolet patterns that…

Early Humans Were Using Fire 300,000 Years Ago to Forge Superior Stone Tools

A stone tool made of flint. Image: Avraham Gopher The prehistoric practice of using controlled fires to produce customized stone tools dates back 300,000 years, according to new research. The…

Researchers identify a new source of protein for humans — ScienceDaily

Rapeseed has the potential to replace soy as the best plant-based source of protein for humans. In a current study, nutrition scientists at the Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg (MLU), found…

Elon Musk says humans must leave Earth “because sun will engulf our planet”

Elon Musk has said that humans have to become a “multi-planet species”. (Getty) When Elon Musk launched a Tesla into space, it carried a sign saying “Don’t panic” on the…

Moonwalking Humans Get Blasted With 200 Times the Radiation Experienced on Earth | Smart News

The 12 human beings who have walked on the moon were all bombarded by radiation roughly 200 times what we experience here on Earth, reports Adam Mann for Science. That’s…

Watching Cute Animal Videos Reduces Stress And Anxiety In Humans, Science Shows

KEY POINTS Study: Watching adorable animal videos has mental health benefits The videos enhance one’s mood and provide relief against stress After watching the videos, anxiety levels could drop as much as…

Neanderthals have adopted male sex chromosome from modern humans — ScienceDaily

In 1997, the very first Neanderthal DNA sequence — just a small part of the mitochondrial genome — was determined from an individual discovered in the Neander Valley, Germany, in…

Robot beats humans at curling thanks to deep learning program

Sept. 23 (UPI) — Thanks to a new deep learning program, a curling robot, appropriately named Curly, was able to win three out of four matches against curlers from South…

Animals lose fear of predators rapidly after they start encountering humans — ScienceDaily

Most wild animals show a suite of predator avoidance behaviors such as vigilance, freezing, and fleeing. But these are quickly reduced after the animals come into contact with humans through…

You Didn’t Know Bots Solve Captchas, And Do Pharming With Humans

It is still surprisingly common for marketers to assume that captchas can stop bots from committing various forms of digital fraud, like ad fraud, lead fraud, affiliate fraud, etc. Captchas…