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    Deadly superbug just got scarier—it can mysteriously thwart last-resort drug
    It's the first time researchers have seen colistin-heteroresistant germs in the US.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...dont-know-how/
    A Team of 50 Engineers Spent 6 Months Making a Fidget Spinner

    Mitsubishi Precision Co Ltd. designed and built a fidget spinner based on MinebeaMitsumi Inc.'s ball bearings to break the Guinness world record for "Longest duration spinning a fidget spinner on one finger." The team of 50 people spent 6 months creating and perfecting the design, with a heavy brass outer ring, and a lightweight aluminum center section, which spun for 24 min 46.34 sec.



    https://www.hardocp.com/news/2018/03...fidget_spinner
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    Stephen Hawking, legendary theoretical physicist, dies at 76
    Hawking's family: "He was a great scientist and an extraordinary man."

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...st-dies-at-76/
    Pioneering physicist Stephen Hawking dies at 76

    https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/14/1...n-hawking-dies
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    Doctors shocked by 3.5-inch air bubble where part of man’s brain should be
    The man was generally well and declined surgery to release the air, citing risks.



    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ain-should-be/
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    Esse gajo é um cabeça de vento... Literalmente

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    ahaahh...mesmo

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    How Stephen Hawking’s biggest achievement linked opposing worlds of physics
    Hawking radiation was a big step in bringing together quantum mechanics and relativity
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    His work connected two conflicting concepts in theoretical physics: quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity. “Those are the two pillars on which physics now rests, but they’re really quite incompatible to one another,” Raphael Bousso, a theoretical physicist at UC Berkely who was once a student of Hawking’s, tells The Verge.
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    https://www.theverge.com/2018/3/15/1...ral-relativity
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    Vai fazer uma falta descomunal

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    Virus fished from pond cures man’s deadly antibiotic-resistant infection
    The clinical success suggests promising strategy for fighting antibiotic resistance.

    In 2012, a 76-year-old Connecticut doctor had surgery to repair a life-threatening bulge in his aortic arch—the hulking bend that hooks the massive artery around the heart, routing oxygenated blood both upward and downward. Surgeons successfully used a synthetic graft to shore up the vital conduit. But soon after, a tenacious film of drug-resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria formed on the graft.

    The doctor spent the next four years battling the infection, slipping in and out of the hospital. His surgeons and doctors at Yale deemed him too high risk for another operation and put him on mega-doses of antibiotics, prescribed indefinitely. The drugs couldn’t clear the infection, they merely knocked it back enough to keep it from killing him. But the chronic inflammation that ensued took its own toll. His team of doctors started to worry his immune system was chipping away at his aorta. With a bleak outlook, the man agreed in 2016 to an experimental treatment: a virus that researchers had fished out of a nearby pond.

    The viral gamble paid off. The infection cleared and he went off antibiotics, according to a case study published recently by the Yale researchers and doctors in the journal of Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ved-mans-life/
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    New lithium-air battery survives hundreds of cycles
    Reaction with CO₂ gives lithium a protective coat that holds up to oxygen.
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    With far fewer chemicals permanently inside the battery, it's possible to achieve a much higher energy density—there have been demonstrations of lithium-air batteries with an energy density five times that of current lithium-ion tech. The only drawback? They have a lifespan of about a month, in part because both oxygen and metallic lithium are pretty reactive and in part because air offers a lot of things other than oxygen that can react.

    Now, a team of researchers has figured out a way to protect against many of these reactions and showed that the resulting battery can survive hundreds of charge/discharge cycles in an air-like atmosphere. Which probably means the researchers are ready to figure out what goes wrong when this material meets actual air. The hope is that will be an easier issue to solve.
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    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...eds-of-cycles/
    Best bad idea ever? Why Putin’s nuclear-powered missile is possible… and awful
    Nuclear-powered cruise missiles? The US worked on them in the 1950s.
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    Defense and nuclear disarmament experts did a double take. "I'm still kind of in shock," Edward Geist, a Rand Corporation researcher specializing in Russia, told NPR. "My guess is they're not bluffing, that they've flight-tested this thing. But that's incredible."
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    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ble-and-awful/
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    Network of fortified towns indicates Amazon was once heavily populated
    Dozens of new sites offer new insights on pre-Columbian earth-builders.
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    Today we think of the Amazon as a pristine rainforest, sparsely populated by indigenous communities. But in records from the 1500s, Spanish colonizers describe a densely populated region, crisscrossed by canals and sunken roads and dotted with bustling, fortified towns. Unfortunately, fortification couldn’t protect the towns’ inhabitants against European diseases, which devastated South American indigenous populations and left the fortified villages abandoned.
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    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ily-populated/
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    Lockheed Martin Now Has a Patent For Its Potentially World Changing Fusion Reactor
    When it first announced the project, the company said it could have a working prototype of the revolutionary power source as early as 2019.

    http://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone...fusion-reactor
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    Hot-air dryers suck in nasty bathroom bacteria and shoot them at your hands
    Air filters can help, but healthcare and research centers may want to stick with towels.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...at-your-hands/
    Researchers May Have Found How Birds Use Magnetoreception To Navigate Themselves – Robins And Zebra Finches Study Could Be The Answer

    We have finally solved the mystery about how birds navigate. It was originally believed that the iron in their beaks provide a magnetic compass. Scientists found out that this is not actually true. They discovered a protein in the eyes of the birds that allows them to see the Earth’s magnetic fields.

    https://wccftech.com/researchers-bir...netoreception/
    Mysterious sunstones in medieval Viking texts could really have worked
    A new study says Vikings could have used these stones to navigate to Greenland.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...y-have-worked/
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    Three years of staring lets scientists capture a neutron star “glitch”
    For a fraction of a second, a pulsar stopped pulsing.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ath-its-crust/
    "High Definition Vinyl" Coming as Early As Next Year

    In a follow up to a 2016 European patent that described a new way of manufacturing vinyl records that would allow them higher audio fidelity, louder volume, and longer playing times.

    https://www.hardocp.com/news/2018/04...arly_next_year
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    Meteorite’s diamonds tell of Earth’s baby sister, which died young
    They may be from a Mercury-sized body obliterated during Solar System formation.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ch-died-young/
    Despite alien theories and novel mutations, the real Ata puzzle may be ethical
    A genomic study proved Ata is human, but now the study's ethics are in question.

    https://arstechnica.com/science/2018...ons-to-ethics/
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