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5 most advanced robots


  01. DNA ROBOTS DNA robots are about as close to creating nanomachines yet. DNA robots with arms and legs made of DNA can sort and deliver molecular cargo, a new study finds. Such DNA robots could be used to shuffle nanoparticles around on circuits, assemble therapeutic compounds, separate molecular components in trash for recycling, […]

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strongest creature on earth

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Tardigrade, also called water bear or moss piglet, any of more than 1,100 species of free-living tiny invertebrates belonging to the phylum Tardigrada. They are considered to be close relatives of arthropods (e.g., insects, crustaceans). Tardigrades are mostly about 1 mm or less in size. They live in a variety of habitats worldwide: in damp moss, on flowering plants, in sand, in fresh water, and in the […]

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Possibilities of end of the world


Are we in danger of being erased from the universe? Here we look at the factors that could doom humanity: natural disasters, human-triggered cataclysms, willful self-destruction, and greater forces directed against us. We’ve had a good run of it. In the 500,000 years Homo sapiens has roamed the land we’ve built cities, created complex languages, […]

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5 Animals going to be extinct


Every day, species around the planet are going extinct. And for each species that goes extinct, many more become and remain endangered due to habitat loss, poaching, and climate change. Here are 5 species at risk of extinction, including some that you probably didn’t even know existed: 1.Pika Ili pika (Ochontana iliensis) is a small […]

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5 Most extreme stunts


Six years of meticulous preparation culminated in Philippe Petit’s awesome “coup”: a tightrope walk a quarter of a mile up between the World Trade Center’s twin towers. Known as the “artistic crime of the century”, the stunt brought the Frenchman to international stardom overnight. His mind-bogglingly daring and dangerous feat, performed in August 1974, is retold […]

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Idea of Humanoid Robots

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A humanoid robot is a robot with its body shape built to resemble the human body. The design may be for functional purposes, such as interacting with human tools and environments, for experimental purposes, such as the study of al locomotion, or for other purposes. In general, humanoid robots have a torso, a head, two arms, and two legs, though some […]

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If you shriek in fear at the sight of the tiniest of spiders, you may want to avoid the rainforests of Suriname,Guyana, northern Brazil and southern Venezuela, where the Goliath birdeater dwells! Listed in the Guinness World Records as the world’s biggest spider, the terrifying-looking arachnid weighs a hefty six ounces, (almost the same weight as a newborn puppy), and has a leg span […]

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world’s darkest paint invented

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Well, we’ve finally cracked it. Scientists have finally figured out how to paint a portal to another dimension, as prophesied by Loony Tunes’ the Roadrunner. Who wants to try driving a (very small) truck right through that gaping void circle? In all seriousness, what you’re looking at isn’t actually a portal to another dimension – but […]

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amazing ways that children see the world


5. ABSTRACT THINKING Young children below the age of 11 have their thoughts mostly grounded in concrete reality, being unable to think their way through problems that require them to do things that they can’t see. They’re not very good at abstract reasoning. When psychologist Rudolph Schaffer asked nine-year-olds where they would place a third eye, all […]

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largest waves ever recorded !


The biggest, baddest waves aren’t born that way. Winds at sea generate waves that average ten feet high; during storms, 30-footers are common. But what creates waves the size of office buildings, including the ones big-wave surfers covet and coastal dwellers fear? In a word, land. A wave approaching a shoreline meets shallower and shallower […]

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While some manufacturers are busy building planes to rival the Titanic (in size alone, of course), others have their hearts set on creating the tiniest of metal birds. Who knows, we could soon be making transcontinental flights in private pods. Sure, that’s not great news for panicky flyers who need to pop a xany just […]

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There are many tipes of creatures living on our earth like insects, plants, animals, humans and birds. Birds have many differant types, some are big and some are small, some are fast and some are slow, some can fly and some can not fly. Here we are going to discuss about the smallest bird living […]

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BIGGEST ANIMAL IN THE WORLD, BLUE WHALE The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) is a marine mammal belonging to the suborder of baleen whales. At 30 metres (98 ft) in length and 180 metric tons (200 short tons) or more in weight, it is the largest known animal to have ever existed. The Blue Whale’s tongue […]

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