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The Moon Could Have Caught Alien Organisms, Tech
Abraham Loeb: If any signs of extraterrestrial life, biological or mechanical, ever smacked into the Moon, there’s a good chance that they’re still sitting there, waiting to be discovered. Loeb, by the way, is the Harvard professor who made waves last year claiming that the interstellar object ‘Oumuamua could be an alien probe.
2. This Site Turns Wikipedia Pages Into Fake Academic Papers.
A new website called M-Journal will automatically turn Wikipedia pages into realistic-looking academic papers.
The idea is to give students a hand on their homework, making it seem like they’re citing more reputable sources than Wikipedia without having to do any extra work, according to Buzzfeed News. Its creators, from a company called MSCHF, told Buzzfeed News that M-Journal is meant to help students circumvent busy work.
3. China Opens Up Ginormous Alien-Hunting Telescope.
After three years of tests, China is opening up its gigantic 500-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope to astronomers from all over the world, Nature reports — the largest single-dish radio telescope in the world.
The telescope will be scanning twice as much sky as the next-largest single dish telescope, the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico, according to Nature. It took engineers five years to construct the 500-meter dish, which is comprised of about 4,400 aluminum panels.
Found more than 100 pulsars when worlds news only 2000 existed.
4. SpaceX Is Installing Tesla Batteries In Starship Prototype.
Eagle-eyed observers near SpaceX’s Boca Chica test site in Texas have spotted the spacetech company installing what appear to be four Tesla Model S and X battery packs into one of Starship MK1’s header tanks, as Electrek reports.
It’s an interesting example of crosspollination between two massive companies, both headed by billionaire Elon Musk — and Tesla could end up giving SpaceX a major leg up when it comes to powering the electronics of the gigantic spacecraft.
5. Here’s How We Could Feed a Million People on Mars.
If we want to colonize Mars, we’re going to need to figure out a way to feed ourselves there, and continuously sending food to the Red Planet isn’t a sustainable plan.
OK with a diet heavy on plants, insects, and food created from cells grown in petri dishes.
6. Scientist: US Soldiers Could Receive Night Vision Eye Injections
In February, a team of scientists from China and the U.S. reported that they’d given mice the ability to see in the dark by injecting nanoparticles into the animals’ eyeballs.
Harms: how they will their lives later in life.
7. Google Claims to Have Achieved “Quantum Supremacy”
The race between the quantum and traditional computer wasn’t even close: according to the document, Google’s “Sycamore” superconducting processor, which sports 53 qubits, quickly solved a problem that would’ve taken a classical computer 10,000 years to solve.
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