Top 20 mvea Highest Rated Reddit Posts of All Time

AI and Automation Will Replace Most Human Workers Because They Don't Have to Be Perfect—Just Better Than You

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 8
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 7

Trump named a University of Utah professor to his science board. Some worry her controversial view on fetal pain played into the decision.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 2
Published : 5 hours ago
Comments : 0

The FCC has a new plan to combat unwanted robocalls and spammy texts

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 3
Published : 5 hours ago
Comments : 2

Mars is about to get its first U.S. visitor in years: a three-legged, one-armed geologist to dig deep and listen for quakes. NASA’s InSight will be the first American spacecraft to land since the Curiosity rover in 2012 and the first dedicated to exploring underground.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 1,220
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 41

Nasa video says it is going back to the Moon – and staying there: Moon base could be a useful place to launch Mars missions from

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 185
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 21

Nasa video says it is going back to the Moon – and staying there: Moon base could be a useful place to launch Mars missions from

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 8
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 1

Chickenpox Outbreak Hits N.C. Private School With Low Vaccination Rates - For the 2017-2018 school year, nearly 68 percent of the 28 kindergarten students at Asheville Waldorf received valid religious exemptions from vaccinations.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Health
Points : 4
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 0

Chickenpox Outbreak Hits N.C. Private School With Low Vaccination Rates - For the 2017-2018 school year, nearly 68 percent of the 28 kindergarten students at Asheville Waldorf received valid religious exemptions from vaccinations.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 3
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 1

China reportedly steps up efforts to steal Australian company secrets

Author : mvea
Subreddit : australia
Points : 11
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 0

With Brain Implants, Scientists Aim to Translate Thoughts into Speech - Experts increasingly think a system that could help paralyzed patients is within reach

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 31
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 0

First-of-its-kind study finds loss of local media worsens political polarization - As partisan cable news outlets grow in popularity, some local newspapers silently vanished from the media landscape. According to new research, this loss itself has potent effects on political polarization.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 14
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 5

Insulin shortage could affect 40 million people with type 2 diabetes: Millions worldwide may be unable to access the drug by 2030, scientists predict

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 36
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 16

Newly Discovered Planet Could Have Habitable Atmosphere, Suggests New Study: Trappist-1 e could be a global ocean planet some 39 light-years away.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 113
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 20

Mark Zuckerberg: You Can Trust Me, or You Can Trust One of the Country's Most Respected Newspapers

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 11
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 7

Smart Car Technologies Save Drivers $6.2 Billion on Fuel Costs Each Year: Time-mapping and route optimization, lane-keeping warnings, and various forms of cruise control, among other technologies, translates into billions of savings.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 3
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Children from low-income families who got intensive education early in life treat others with high levels of fairness in midlife, more than 40 years later, even when being fair comes at a high personal cost, according to a new study published today in Nature Communications.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : psychology
Points : 3
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Children from low-income families who got intensive education early in life treat others with high levels of fairness in midlife, more than 40 years later, even when being fair comes at a high personal cost, according to a new study published today in Nature Communications.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 54
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Machine learning can help healthcare workers predict whether patients may require emergency hospital admission, new study finds

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 3
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

Machine learning can help healthcare workers predict whether patients may require emergency hospital admission, new study finds

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 4
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1

So many people are downloading their Facebook data that it’s causing delays

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 28
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 5

FCC to Release Report Wednesday Telling You If Your Broadband Provider Is Screwing You

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 54
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 13

People who experience traumatic events as children are more empathetic as adults, suggests a new study.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : psychology
Points : 72
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 11

People who experience traumatic events as children are more empathetic as adults, suggests a new study.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 25,766
Published : 3 hours ago
Comments : 1054

The Camp Fire Shows How Climate Science Denial Is Killing Us - Ryan Zinke blames “radical environmentalists.” Donald Trump blames a shortage of rakes. Neither one of them will acknowledge the truth.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 836
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 47

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Why Elon Musk is more important than Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg - space colonization could have a tremendous impact on civilization, potentially eliminating the need for warring over dwindling natural resources.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 10,422
Published : 10 hours ago
Comments : 872

Neil deGrasse Tyson: Why Elon Musk is more important than Jeff Bezos, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg: “here's the difference: Elon Musk is trying to invent a future... he is thinking about society, culture, how we interact, what forces need to be in play to take civilization into the next century."

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 45,008
Published : 10 hours ago
Comments : 2664

NASA to launch safety review of SpaceX and Boeing after video of Elon Musk smoking pot rankled agency leaders

Author : mvea
Subreddit : elonmusk
Points : 113
Published : 10 hours ago
Comments : 30

Mark Zuckerberg is essentially untouchable at Facebook - Zuckerberg has an enormous amount of voting power at Facebook, meaning he’s not going anywhere.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 791
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 124

How technological progress is making it likelier than ever that humans will destroy ourselves - This is the argument made by Oxford professor Nick Bostrom, director of the Future of Humanity Institute, in a new working paper, “The Vulnerable World Hypothesis.”

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 178
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 52

Now We Can Charge An Aircraft Wirelessly From The Ground While It’s In Flight - Technology can transfer up to 12 kW at a distance of 8 meters (over 26 ft) so far. It also claims an efficiency of 80%, presumably at up to 8 meters.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 17
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 3

At 20, the International Space Station remains a stellar success story - What began as an unprecedented construction challenge has gone on to produce unparalleled science from space.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 44
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 5

Amazon stores every conversation you have with Alexa — here’s how to delete them

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 120
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 64

Colorful Asteroids Near Neptune Reveal a Solar System Conundrum - Unexplained patterns in the colors of certain space rocks suggest scientists still have much to learn about the solar system’s origins and early evolution

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 38
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 0

Replication failures in psychology not due to differences in study populations - Half of 28 attempted replications failed even under near-ideal conditions.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : psychology
Points : 579
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 45

Replication failures in psychology not due to differences in study populations - Half of 28 attempted replications failed even under near-ideal conditions.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 41
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 5

Break up Facebook (and while we're at it, Google, Apple and Amazon) - Big tech has ushered in a second Gilded Age. We must relearn the lessons of the first, writes the former US labor secretary

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 22,030
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 1512

Late-night social media use by NBA players is linked to poorer next-day performance on the court. After sending tweets during typical sleeping hours, a player's shooting percentage fell by 1.7 percent, and he had 1.1 fewer points and 0.5 fewer rebounds in the next day's game.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Health
Points : 427
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 13

Late-night social media use by NBA players is linked to poorer next-day performance on the court. After sending tweets during typical sleeping hours, a player's shooting percentage fell by 1.7 percent, and he had 1.1 fewer points and 0.5 fewer rebounds in the next day's game.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 136
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 18

Explaining the plummeting cost of solar power - Researchers tease apart the factors that have caused photovoltaic module costs to drop by 99 percent

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 44
Published : 19 hours ago
Comments : 4

Human images from the world's first total-body medical scanner unveiled - EXPLORER, the world’s first medical imaging scanner that can capture a 3-D picture of the whole human body at once, has produced its first scans.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 43
Published : 19 hours ago
Comments : 4

Elon Musk has changed the name of his forthcoming passenger spaceship from Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) to Starship.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : elonmusk
Points : 426
Published : 19 hours ago
Comments : 45

Elon Musk has changed the name of his forthcoming passenger spaceship from Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) to Starship. The first mission is planned for 2023 if the spaceship is built by that time.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 8,971
Published : 19 hours ago
Comments : 619

Elon Musk has changed the name of his forthcoming passenger spaceship from Big Falcon Rocket (BFR) to Starship.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 23,111
Published : 19 hours ago
Comments : 1384

Biologists create the most lifelike artificial cells yet: “the closest anyone has come to building an actual functioning synthetic eukaryotic cell”

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 59
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 6

The orgasm gap still exists, with 87% of husbands compared to 49% of wives reporting consistently experiencing orgasm, but 43% of husbands misperceiving how often their wives experienced orgasm, which impacts on couple sexual satisfaction, finds a new study (n = 1,683 newlywed heterosexual couples).

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 237
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 85

Bill Nye: We are not going to live on Mars, let alone turn it into Earth - "We can't even take care of this planet where we live, and we're perfectly suited for it, let alone another planet."

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 5,321
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 963

Maryland Test Confirms Drones Can Safely Deliver Human Organs - the kidney flew 2,415 meters, a distance similar to the length of potential shipment routes for donor organs between inner city hospitals.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 21
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

This Silicon Valley Space Startup Could Lace the Atmosphere With Mercury - Apollo Fusion plans to use mercury in its propulsion systems, according to industry insiders.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 18
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 11

Quantum computers put blockchain security at risk - Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will founder unless they integrate quantum technologies

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 34
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 33

Foreign doctor checks after fake psychiatrist case - Some 3,000 foreign doctors in the UK are being urgently checked after a woman practised psychiatry for 22 years without any qualifications.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 1,049
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 163

Gruesome discovery of Czech tiger farm exposes illegal trade in heart of Europe - Gruesome haul of fresh pelts and rotting remains marks the end of a five-year probe into an international crime ring, that authorities fear points to a wider problem in Europe

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 15
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 0

Gruesome discovery of Czech tiger farm exposes illegal trade in heart of Europe - Gruesome haul of fresh pelts and rotting remains marks the end of a five-year probe into an international crime ring, that authorities fear points to a wider problem in Europe

Author : mvea
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 1,103
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 54

Why is AT&T ending discounts for low-income customers with landline phones?

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 34
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 20

Reports of spanking of children in the household were associated with lower socioemotional development among 3- and 4-year-old children, finds a new study of 215,885 children in 62 low- and middle-income countries.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Health
Points : 19
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

Reports of spanking of children in the household were associated with lower socioemotional development among 3- and 4-year-old children, finds a new study of 215,885 children in 62 low- and middle-income countries.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : psychology
Points : 617
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 65

Trump Suggests Not Raking Leaves Is Bigger Cause of California Wildfires Than Climate Change

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 637
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 77

California governor: Climate science around fires will be so clear that 'even the worst skeptics are going to be believers'

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 11
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1