Researchers used drone images to accurately determine the weight of southern right whales.October 03, 2019Getting an accurate reading of how much a whale weighs can be very problematic.Because of their large size and penchant for staying in ocean waters, the only way to get an idea of the body mass of whales is to weigh them once they died or are stranded.
The old technology helps to keep nuclear co-ordination safe from hackers.October 18, 2019In 2014, news broke that the U.S. military was using an incredibly old-fashioned method to coordinate nuclear attacks.In order to reduce the likelihood that communication on nuclear launches could be intercepted, they were using 8-inch floppy disks in a & 39;70s computer to receive orders from the President.
New research finds that the need for human workers increases due to automation.January 28, 2019With the ever-increasing rise of automation there is much fear, and justifiably so, of robot workers replacing the need for human employees.However, new research is finding that not only is that not the case, but that the need for human workers actually increases due to robotic intervention.
Sex. The vast majority of multicellular organisms do it, and most of us think about it all the time, but how did it become a thing?Somewhere in the region of 99 of all multicellular organisms reproduce sexually. Each and every species have their own mating rituals and mechanisms for it too.RELATED: HEALTHY MICE BORN FROM SAME-SEX PARENTS FOR FIRST TIME EVERBut how the whole thing started is something of a mystery to science.
Career Information Includes:How to plan your careerLong term plansShort term planningAlthough long term career planning is important, so too is short term career planning.The short term career planning is no less important, but is more tactical in its approach. It looks at where you are and how you can make the best use of the current opportunities.
The bird seems to disappear then reappear through the process of evolution.May 12, 2019Like the ultimate respawn, a bird that was previously believed to be extinct has made a stunning return from the & 34;dead& 34; after it evolved all over again, and it has scientists scratching their heads. Originally wiped from the face of the earth 136,000 years ago, the previously extinct chicken-like species of bird has made back to its previous home reclaiming the island that it had previously lived on.