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[ad_1]     2090 Religion is fading from European culture In some European nations, the number of people considering themselves to be non-religious has increased from around 30% in 1980, to over 90% now.* Although large numbers of Muslims populate the continent, a substantial portion are now only “culturally” Muslim, rather than having a literal interpretation of the Koran. Mainstream …

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Phone device flags COVID-19 in less than an hour

[ad_1] Share this Article You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. With the help of programmed magnetic nanobeads, a diagnostic tool that plugs into an off-the-shelf phone can diagnose COVID-19 in 55 minutes or less. The stamp-sized microfluidic chip measures the concentration of SARS-CoV-2 nucleocapsid (N) protein in blood serum from a standard finger …

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Flying Taxis Will Hit LA Skies by 2024, According to a California Startup’s Plan

[ad_1] Air taxis still seem like a far-off concept, especially in a time when a lot of people have stopped flying or using shared transportation altogether. But the technology has continued to advance nonetheless, as has the regulatory environment that will be a big part of determining when flying taxis can safely and legally take to the skies. An announcement …

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This ‘Quantum Brain’ Would Mimic Our Own to Speed Up AI

[ad_1] Unless you’re in the lithium battery or paint business, you’re probably not familiar with cobalt. Yet according to a new paper, it may be the secret sauce for an entirely new kind of computer—one that combines quantum mechanics with the brain’s inner workings. The result isn’t just a computer with the ability to learn. The mechanisms that allow it …

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Thousands More Satellites Will Soon Orbit Earth—We Need Better Rules to Prevent Space Crashes

[ad_1] In recent years, satellites have become smaller, cheaper, and easier to make with commercial off-the-shelf parts. Some even weigh as little as one gram. This means more people can afford to send them into orbit. Now, satellite operators have started launching mega-constellations—groups of hundreds or even thousands of small satellites working together—into orbit around Earth. Instead of one large …

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Clues hint at how asteroid Ryugu lost its water

[ad_1] Share this Article You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. Rocks on Ryugu, a “rubble pile” near-Earth asteroid recently visited by Japan’s Hayabusa2 spacecraft, appear to have lost much of their water before they came together to form the asteroid, new research suggests. Last month, Japan’s Hayabusa2 mission brought home a cache of …

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Hyperimmune response model could clarify severe COVID-19

[ad_1] Share this Article You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. Researchers have identified and replicated a hyperimmune response in nonhuman primates that could one day lead to treatments for people with severe cases of COVID-19. “This may be an important first step in understanding why some people become critically ill from COVID-19,” says …

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Control may explain money’s grip on happiness

[ad_1] Share this Article You are free to share this article under the Attribution 4.0 International license. Contrary to previous influential work, new research on money and happiness finds that there’s no dollar-value plateau at which money’s importance lessens. One potential reason: Higher earners feel an increased sense of control over life. To answer this question, Matthew Killingsworth, senior fellow …

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This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through January 16)

[ad_1] CRYPTOCURRENCY Lost Passwords Lock Millionaires Out of Their Bitcoin FortunesNathaniel Popper | The New York Times“Stefan Thomas, a German-born programmer living in San Francisco, has two guesses left to figure out a password that is worth, as of this week, about $220 million. The password will let him unlock a small hard drive, known as an IronKey, which contains …

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Saudi Arabia Is Building a Zero-Carbon City in a 100-Mile Straight Line

[ad_1] Saudi Arabia has unveiled its newest zero-carbon city project, called “The Line.” As its eyebrow-raising name suggests, the unusual metropolis will be built in a straight line more than a hundred miles in length. The unconventional city will feature “zero cars, zero streets, and zero carbon emissions,” according to a statement by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman, and will …