Top 20 GrillaNea Highest Rated Reddit Posts of All Time

Rolls-Royce has unveiled a concept electric vertical take-off and landing (EVTOL) vehicle at the Farnborough International Airshow 2018.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 2
Published : 4 months ago
Comments : 2

At end of grocery rainbow could be swarm robots taking your order

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 5
Published : 7 months ago
Comments : 0

Superman's ability to shoot laser beams from his eyes has come a step closer to reality, with discoveries made by a research team at the University of St Andrews.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 2
Published : 7 months ago
Comments : 1

World's first commercial Hyperloop system could hurtle passengers around Abu Dhabi at up to 760mph by 2020

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 30
Published : 7 months ago
Comments : 0

Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a thin-film system that can be applied to sources of waste heat like computers, cars or large industrial processes, to produce energy at levels unprecedented for this kind of technology.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 394
Published : 7 months ago
Comments : 36

Artificial Intelligence Accelerates Discovery Of Metallic Glass

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 2
Published : 7 months ago
Comments : 1

Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a miniature, ultra-low power injectable biosensor that could be used for continuous, long-term alcohol monitoring.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 17
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 0

Will we someday be able to fly without the guilt of causing environmental damage? A handful of firms and regulators hope that the electric revolution in cars will also take to the skies, helping the industry cope with an expected boom in travel and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 14
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 2

Is that meat still good? Are you sure? McMaster researchers have developed a test to bring certainty to the delicate but critical question of whether meat and other foods are safe to eat or need to be thrown out.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 12
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 8

Four Patients Test Retinal Implant That Could Stop Age-Related Blindness

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 34
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 0

Researchers have designed a "fire alarm wallpaper" made of environmentally friendly, nonflammable materials—including some of the materials found in bone, teeth, and hormones—that can detect a fire, prevent the fire from spreading, and give off an alarm when a fire occurs.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 14
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 0

Self-powered wireless sensors embedded in roads could spot potholes and other hazards

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 4
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 1

Elephant And Cow Manure For Making Paper Sustainably

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 7
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 1

Companies Are Betting on Lab-Grown Meat, but None Of Them Know How to Get You to Eat It

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 101
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 109

Quantum mechanics has fundamental speed limits—upper bounds on the rate at which quantum systems can evolve. However, two groups working independently have published papers showing for the first time that quantum speed limits have a classical counterpart: classical speed limits.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 5
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 0

Scientists design conceptual asteroid deflector and evaluate it against massive potential threat

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 25
Published : 8 months ago
Comments : 1

Hacking a Cow’s Gut Bacteria Could Make More Meat, Less Pollution

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 39
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 5

The PAL-V company is set to bring the first flying car to market in 2019. It can comfortably carry two passengers more than 300 miles in its flight mode.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 22
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 3

Could we finally be close to having a solid-state battery? One small Massachusetts company claims that their new material may be the key to unlocking this technology

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 32
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 5

Another ‘ultra-fast’ electric vehicle charging network is coming to Europe

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 30
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 0

Scientists have created, for the first time a three-dimensional skyrmion in a quantum gas. The skyrmion was predicted theoretically over 40 years ago, but only now has it been observed experimentally.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 25
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 6

Like photosynthesis in plants, we could turn CO2 into molecules that are essential for day-to-day life. Every time you breathe or drive a motor vehicle, you would produce a key ingredient for generating fuels.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 18
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 0

Physicists build bizarre molecules called 'Rydberg polarons'

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 23
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 1

Classically, information travels in one direction only, from sender to receiver. However, physicists have shown that, in the quantum world, information can travel in both directions simultaneously, a feature that is forbidden by the laws of physics.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 12
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 3

Renault has announced a program where it will show how re-employing second-life batteries can support a local "smart island" ecosystem.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 12
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 0

CDC Requesting Over $400 Million To Replace World's Deadliest Pathogen Lab

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 185
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 24

The Canadian federal budget is introducing a $1 billion funding for cybersecurity. The funding comes at a critical moment: cyber crimes have become prevalent and are proving difficult for governments to deal with.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 61
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 1

Elon Musk is ‘optimistic’ about beating Tesla Semi specs that competitors already don’t believe possible

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 69
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 12

Researchers have demonstrated that tiny micrometer-sized crystals—just barely visible to the human eye—can "walk" inchworm-style across the slide of a microscope. These crystals may lead to a new field of crystal robotics.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 22
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 1

researchers at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) have developed an adaptive metalens, that is essentially a flat, electronically controlled artificial eye.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 19
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 0

A new technique developed by neuroscientists at the University of Toronto Scarborough can, for the first time, reconstruct images of what people perceive based on their brain activity gathered by EEG.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 62
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 4

New research shows that a loss of biodiversity puts the entire ecosystem at risk of a domino effect, where a single extinction could cause countless others.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 216
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 10

Using a laser to wirelessly charge a smartphone safely across a room

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 31
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 4

"Alta's innovative GaAs modules are at the vanguard of thin-film solar technology. The modules perform at up to 2 times that of ordinary flexible solar cells, making them the current world leader in terms of module efficiency for thin film solar technology."

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 25
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 0

A new ultrathin elastic display that fits snugly on the skin can show the moving waveform of an electrocardiogram recorded by a breathable, on-skin electrode sensor.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 110
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 1

New form of light: Newly observed optical state could enable quantum computing with photons

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 33
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 1

A New AI Detected 17 Times More Earthquakes Than Traditional Methods

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 560
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 15

Scientists who introduced laser-induced graphene (LIG) have enhanced their technique to produce what may become a new class of edible electronics.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 7
Published : 9 months ago
Comments : 0

Mount Sinai researchers have found a newly identified protein that can be manipulated to make opioid painkillers effective at lower doses while also muting the reward mechanism that leads to addiction.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 7,177
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 432

Invisible, stretchable circuits to shape next-gen tech

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 11
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Tesla’s delays in achieving Model 3’s $35,000 price might open the door to other electric cars

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 27
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 8

Researchers Use Stem Cells to Grow Functioning Kidney Tissue Inside the Human Body Demonstrating The Potential To One Day Save The Lives Of Millions.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 72
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 5

Researchers discover efficient and sustainable way to filter salt and metal ions from water

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 59
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 3

The state of California is not going to let oil companies take over its coasts without a fight. In a statement, the governor's race frontrunner Gavin Newsom said that "not a single drop from Trump's new oil plan ever makes landfall in California."

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 683
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 38

Polluted air may pollute our morality

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 7
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 1

Ionity, the new ‘ultra-fast’ joint electric car charging network by BMW, Mercedes, Ford and Volkswagen, is slowly starting to take shape in Europe and now we get to see the map of their planned stations for the first time.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 36
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 4

Half of Americans Want Universal Income, but Expect AI Companies to Pay It

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 20
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 13

Researchers have shown that graphene may be an ideal candidate for a nanoscale light source capable of emitting ultrafast light pulses, one of the key requirements of future optical communications technologies.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 15
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 3

Researchers have developed a method to eliminate scarring by prompting wounds to heal as normal skin rather than as scar tissue.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 14,101
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 373

Some 50,000 homes in South Australia will receive solar panels and Tesla batteries, the state government announced Sunday, in a landmark plan to turn houses into a giant, interconnected power plant.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 472
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 22

Photos leaked on Wednesday, Jan. 31, have caused many to suspect that China now has a ship-mounted hypersonic railgun.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 28
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Physicists have designed a new method for transmitting big quantum data across long distances. The results may lead to the development of future quantum networks, such as a global-scale quantum internet.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 17
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 6

Record-breaking efficiency for secure quantum memory storage. Researchers at Laboratoire Kastler Brossel (LKB) in Paris have broken through a key barrier in quantum memory performance. Their work has enabled the first secure storage and retrieval of quantum bits.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 12
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Engineers at the University of California, Riverside, have reported advances in so-called "spintronic" devices that will help lead to a new technology for computing and data storage.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 21
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 1

Washington State University researchers have found a way to more efficiently generate hydrogen from water—an important key to making clean energy more viable.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 22
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 2

Light, which travels at a speed of 300,000 km/sec in a vacuum, can be slowed down and even stopped completely by methods that involve trapping the light inside crystals or ultracold clouds of atoms. Researchers have theoretically demonstrated a new way to bring light to a standstill.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 81
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 10

Rutgers engineers have invented a "4D printing" method for a shape-shifting smart gel that could lead to the development of "living" structures in human organs and tissues, soft robots and targeted drug delivery.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 93
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 4

New research published in Nature Geoscience has found that climate engineering that modifies the properties of the land surface in highly populated areas and agricultural areas over North American, Europe and Asia could reduce extreme temperatures there by up to 2-3°C.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 17
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Researchers have found a way to produce a higher quality, more stable fuel from biowaste, such as sewage, that is simpler and cleaner than existing methods. This puts biofuel closer to being a good substitute for fossil fuels.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 97
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 3

Researchers invented a tiny "minimalist robot" that looks like a caterpillar and can perform a wide range of movements, including jumping, crawling through tunnels, and climbing out of a pool. It is designed to deliver drugs to specific targets in the human body.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 81
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 9

While it sounds like a joke, Elon Musk’s Boring Company unveils a flamethrower, starts pre-orders for $500

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 6
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 4

A Tale Of Two Cities: How Smart Robots And AI Will Transform America [15:24]

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : mealtimevideos
Points : 5
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Can we trust artificially intelligent vehicles to uphold the law? We will see, as Ford has officially filed for a patent on an automated police car.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 15
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 8

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have built a superconducting switch that "learns" like a biological system and could connect processors and store memories in future computers operating like the human brain.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 42
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Chinese students spent 200 continuous days in a virtual "Moon Base" in Beijing, state media said Friday, as the country prepares for its long-term goal of putting people on the moon.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 9,950
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 462

A new graphene printing technology can craft flexible, water-repellant circuits. These new circuits pave the way for wearable (and washable) electronics.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 69
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 2

Scientists have figured out how to manipulate nearly unseen specks in the air and use them to create 3-D images that are more realistic and clearer than holograms

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 18
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 4

Robots And AI: The Future Is Automated And Every Job Is At Risk [15:11]

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : mealtimevideos
Points : 2
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Elon Musk’s Boring Company Wants to Build a Second Giant Tunnel Under LA

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 24
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 6

If We Want the Price of Renewables to Drop, We Need to Pay to Get Rid of Carbon

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 23
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 27

Researchers at Oregon State University have designed and fabricated the world's smallest electro-optic modulator, which could mean major reductions in energy used by data centers and supercomputers.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 24
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Physicists have experimentally demonstrated an information engine—a device that converts information into work—with an efficiency that exceeds the conventional second law of thermodynamics.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 131
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 30

Europe Dramatically Accelerates Plans to Create a Coal-Free Continent

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 3
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 2

Future Cars Might Be Mirrorless, Using Cameras and AI Tech To Navigate Instead - Mitsubishi's new technology forgoes the need for cars to have side and rear mirrors. Mirrorless cars were approved for use in 2016, and the carmaker expects to sell the first model as early as next year.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 82
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 20

Senate Democrats and a single Republican have garnered 50 votes on a resolution to rescind the FCC's controversial decision to end net neutrality. The Attorneys General of 22 states have also officially filed a lawsuit suing the FCC over the ruling.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 19
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 2

Imagine if we could take CO2 and convert it into something useful. Something like plastic, for example. The positive effects could be dramatic, both diverting CO2 from the atmosphere and reducing the need for fossil fuels to make products.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 77
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 18

NASA-Funded Research will put artificial intelligence to work on a blockchain system in order to help unmanned spacecraft "think" for themselves. This will let spacecraft react to new data even when far from Earth, where transmitted instructions lag.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 28
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 3

Aubrey de Grey - How We Will Beat Aging [10:05]

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : mealtimevideos
Points : 8
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 0

Forever Battery a compelling talking point at CES - The battery would get its power from the Cota Tile, a wireless power transmitter disguised as a drop ceiling tile.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 102
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 23

NASA Has Developed Autonomous Space Navigation That Uses Pulsars

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 71
Published : 10 months ago
Comments : 4

The UK Prime Minister Is Working to End Plastic Litter by 2042

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 22
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 4

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has sued several fossil fuel giants, blaming them for contributing to climate change and lying to maintain their profits. His administration also plans to withdraw $5 billion in pension funds from fossil fuel investments.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 17,834
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 999

A New AI That Detects “Deception” May Bring an End to Lying as We Know It

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 24
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 15

Nissan revealed it's been developing a brain-to-vehicle interface that could predict a driver's actions and start performing them 0.2 to 0.5 seconds sooner.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 45
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 12

Trump Gives Green Light for Offshore Drilling Near Every U.S. Coast

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 28
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 14

Researchers at Caltech created for the first time bacterial cells with the ability to reflect sound waves, reminiscent of how submarines reflect sonar to reveal their locations.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 6
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 0

Engineers at The Ohio State University are developing technologies that have the potential to economically convert fossil fuels and biomass into useful products including electricity without emitting carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 161
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 11

A non-profit has a plan to geoengineer the planet in a way that is targeted and reversible. It involves sprinkling glass sand on the Arctic's thinnest ice to enhance its reflective power and cool the region.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 20
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 3

In Antarctica, a fleet of seven drones will embark on a year-long mission under the ice. If they survive, the data they collect could drastically improve predictions of future ice melting and sea level rises.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 17,452
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 445

DARPA and NASA have teamed up to improve satellites and decrease space pollution. They are building robotic satellites to repair existing ones.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 88
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 3

How Humans Might Outlive Earth, the Sun, and Even the Universe Itself

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 16
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 10

A team of researchers has discovered a new quantum material that's been dubbed a Weyl-Kondo semimetal. It could potentially shape our search for other such materials.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 12
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 0

Andrew Ng - The State of Artificial Intelligence [29:18]

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : mealtimevideos
Points : 11
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 0

China Reveals Ambitious Plan to Create World’s Largest Carbon Market

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 19
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 1

Severely broken bones are typically mended with the help of metal plates, screws, and more. One new approach uses 3D printed ceramic implants that gradually disappear and become actual bone.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 659
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 23

Trapping pollution from the exhaust of efficient cars is harder than one imagines. A new catalyst neutralizes the low temperature emissions coming from cleaner vehicles.

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 11
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 1

Edward Snowden created an app that turns smartphones into security systems aimed at thwarting spies

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 5
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 2

Scientists Are Engineering Carbon-Storing Plants to Fight Climate Change

Author : GrillaNea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 20
Published : 11 months ago
Comments : 3