Top 20 mvea Highest Rated Reddit Posts of All Time

Digital immortality: How your life’s data means a version of you could live forever. Your family and friends will be able to interact with a digital “you” that doles out advice—even when you’re gone.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 2
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 1

Truck-size asteroid makes fourth-closest pass by Earth on record - A space rock cruises over us, coming even closer than most communications satellites.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 5
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 1

A former Apple and Tesla engineer is creating robotic apartments that double your room’s usable space by storing furniture and belongings on the ceiling. Storage units are equipped with AI and tiny cameras that list your items in a searchable inventory.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 5
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 2

What it's like to travel to space, from a tourist who spent $30 million to live there for 12 days

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 1
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

Scientists home in on landing site for the next Mars rover - After 3 days of intense debate, a nonbinding vote by planetary scientists resulted in a virtual tie between several candidate landing sites for NASA’s next $2.5 billion Mars rover, due for launch in 2020.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 2
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 1

Scientists Are Learning the Power of Outreach - Progress in conveying science to the public needs to continue

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 1
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 1

Online sellers 'pay for positive reviews' - Some online sellers are offering people free goods in return for positive product reviews, an investigation by consumer group Which? has found.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 4
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

‘We'll have space bots with lasers, killing plants’: the rise of the robot farmer. Tiny automated machines could soon take care of the entire growing process. Fewer chemicals, more efficient – where’s the downside?

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 3
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

Nobel laureate Donna Strickland: ‘I see myself as a scientist, not a woman in science’ - The Canadian professor is only the third female recipient of the physics prize in its 118-year history, but she is nonplussed by the focus on her gender

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 3
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

Moon chunk that fell to Earth lands $600,000 at auction - A lunar meteorite considered one of the most significant ever found has been sold by a Boston auction house

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 5
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

Curiosity Rover Is Back to Limited Science Operations on Mars - While it’s not totally back up to full operations, Curiosity will be able to transmit data to its team while they work on its recovery.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 2
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 1

Much of published medical research goes unread by the public and medical community, despite being funded by government and private foundations. A new study found social media editors lack best practices and support from journals and home institutions, making it difficult to promote new research.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 1
Published : 7 hours ago
Comments : 0

Researchers find evidence of rapid adaptation of invasive Burmese pythons to their new Florida environment. The pythons appear to have adapted to an extreme Florida freeze event in 2010, with parts of their genome changing significantly, evidence of evolution occurring over a very short time scale.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 1
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 1

Researchers find evidence of rapid adaptation of invasive Burmese pythons to their new Florida environment. The pythons appear to have adapted to an extreme Florida freeze event in 2010, with parts of their genome changing significantly, evidence of evolution occurring over a very short time scale.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 8
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 2

Each of our brain cells could work like a mini-computer, with our brain like 100 billion mini-computers working together, according to the first recording of electrical activity in human cells at a super-fine level of detail that revealed a key structural difference between human and mouse neurons.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 5
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 1

Each of our brain cells could work like a mini-computer, with our brain like 100 billion mini-computers working together, according to the first recording of electrical activity in human cells at a super-fine level of detail that revealed a key structural difference between human and mouse neurons.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 17
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 2

Recent Survey Provides an Updated National Estimate of Doctors’ Financial Ties to Industry - 72% reported financial ties to industry. The most common benefits received were drug samples (55%) and food and beverage in (48%) or outside (30%) the workplace.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Health
Points : 2
Published : 6 hours ago
Comments : 0

HealthCare.gov Portal Suffers Data Breach Exposing 75,000 Consumers

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 87
Published : 1 hour ago
Comments : 7

Artificial intelligence better than physicists at designing quantum science experiments - A neural network came up with a non-intuitive way to double the number of captured atoms

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 48
Published : 2 hours ago
Comments : 2

A major insurer's ER denial policy may be completely arbitrary, finds a study in JAMA Network Open. The new research suggests that the criteria used to deny coverage is completely useless at predicting when someone is or isn’t sick enough to need the ER.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 997
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 67

People who commute through natural environments report better mental health, finds a new study of nearly 3,600 participants from four European cities. Natural environments include outdoor spaces that contain ‘green’ and/or ‘blue’ natural elements and all types of waterbodies.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 111
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 3

People who commute through natural environments report better mental health, finds a new study of nearly 3,600 participants from four European cities. Natural environments include outdoor spaces that contain ‘green’ and/or ‘blue’ natural elements and all types of waterbodies.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 1,958
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 52

Scientists are confident they now have direct proof the earth's inner core is solid. They came up with a way to detect shear waves, or "J waves" in the inner core - a type of wave which can only travel through solid objects.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 31
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 11

Absence of net neutrality hurts students most

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 145
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 5

President Trump's failure to fight climate change is a crime against humanity

Author : mvea
Subreddit : politics
Points : 72
Published : 4 hours ago
Comments : 5

ISPs Sue Vermont Over Net Neutrality Moves - Say, like California, state's rereg efforts are preempted

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 80
Published : 14 hours ago
Comments : 18

BBC says Amazon and Netflix may get surplus rural broadband funds - Government plans to give private firms public money that came from BBC budget

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 137
Published : 14 hours ago
Comments : 9

Bill Gates-led Breakthrough Energy, EU establish $114 million clean energy fund - The pilot fund aims to help European companies develop clean energy technologies and bring them to market.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 19
Published : 15 hours ago
Comments : 3

Bill Gates-led Breakthrough Energy, EU establish $114 million clean energy fund - The pilot fund aims to help European companies develop clean energy technologies and bring them to market.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 14
Published : 15 hours ago
Comments : 0

Materialism is rising and is linked to mental health problems. Parents can reduce materialism in children by fostering gratitude for things and people in their lives, suggests a new study which found that having and expressing gratitude decrease materialism and increase generosity among adolescents.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : psychology
Points : 1,096
Published : 16 hours ago
Comments : 55

Materialism is rising and is linked to mental health problems. Parents can reduce materialism in children by fostering gratitude for things and people in their lives, suggests a new study which found that having and expressing gratitude decrease materialism and increase generosity among adolescents.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 38,228
Published : 16 hours ago
Comments : 1374

As Predicted, Australian Government Looks To Creep Site Censorship Into Search Censorship

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 48
Published : 16 hours ago
Comments : 4

Bill Gates says there are 5 'grand challenges' to stopping an apocalyptic future of floods, hurricanes, and drought - sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, and buildings also pose a threat to environmental safety.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 270
Published : 16 hours ago
Comments : 24

Bill Gates says there are 5 'grand challenges' to stopping an apocalyptic future of floods, hurricanes, and drought - sectors such as agriculture, manufacturing, transportation, and buildings also pose a threat to environmental safety.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 970
Published : 16 hours ago
Comments : 98

Residents receiving care in for-profit nursing homes are almost twice as likely to experience health issues caused by substandard care compared with clients living in not-for-profit facilities or in homes in the community, according to a new report in the journal Gerontology.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 931
Published : 17 hours ago
Comments : 47

MPs call for ban on petrol and diesel car sales by 2032

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 13
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 2

MPs call for ban on petrol and diesel car sales by 2032

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 27
Published : 18 hours ago
Comments : 11

Stephen Hawking: Humans need to leave Earth or risk being annihilated by nuclear war or climate change - from a collection of essays that were published this week.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : space
Points : 9,593
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 658

Stephen Hawking: Humans need to leave Earth or risk being annihilated by nuclear war or climate change - from a collection of essays that were published this week.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 4,634
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 472

UK Supermarkets Will Test Using Facial Recognition to Verify Alcohol Buyers’ Age, Report Claims

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 27
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 9

Ajit Pai killed rules that could have helped Florida recover from hurricane

Author : mvea
Subreddit : politics
Points : 3,701
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 63

‘Geek Girl’ gamers are more likely to study science and technology degrees

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 27
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 16

‘Geek Girl’ gamers are more likely to study science and technology degrees - Girls who play video games are three times more likely to choose physical science, technology, engineering or maths (PSTEM) degrees compared to their non-gaming counterparts, according to new research.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 41,190
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2150

The largest organism on the planet by weight looks like a forest that spans more than 100 football fields, but each tree shares the same DNA and is connected to its clonal brethren through an underground root system. A new study shows it is slowly shrinking, putting its ecosystem in jeopardy.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 125
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 13

Michigan lawmaker proposes going to 100% renewable energy by 2050

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 79
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 11

Internet provider groups sue Vermont over net neutrality law

Author : mvea
Subreddit : politics
Points : 13
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 3

Internet provider groups sue Vermont over net neutrality law

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 19
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 0

The Army is preparing to send driverless vehicles into combat – It’s a direct response to the improvised explosive devices that caused nearly half the casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 55
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 6

Hyperloop's First-Ever U.S. Feasibility Study Shows Huge Cost Savings

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 23
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 7

Modified cotton could be human food source - U.S. regulators have cleared the way for farmers to grow a cotton plant genetically modified to make the cottonseed edible for people, a protein-packed potential new food source that could be especially useful in countries beset with malnutrition.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : worldnews
Points : 56
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 16

Modified cotton could be human food source - U.S. regulators have cleared the way for farmers to grow a cotton plant genetically modified to make the cottonseed edible for people, a protein-packed potential new food source that could be especially useful in countries beset with malnutrition.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 31
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 7

Exclusive: Science journal to withdraw chronic fatigue review amid patient activist complaints - the withdrawal decision set a worrying precedent for scientific evidence being over-ridden by the opinions of activists.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 18
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

By suing U.S. government over climate change, 21 young adults 'take some of that control into our own hands' - Co-plaintiff, 19, urges youth to 'hold your government accountable'

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 27,166
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1518

By suing U.S. government over climate change, 21 young adults 'take some of that control into our own hands' - Co-plaintiff, 19, urges youth to 'hold your government accountable'

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 34
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

Mitsubishi windows shine 'alarmingly realistic' fake sunlight - Mitsubishi Electric has developed a new indoor lighting system that mimics blue skies, sunrises and sunsets.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 133
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 33

Youngest children in the classroom are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD, suggesting that some teachers are mistaking the immaturity of the youngest children in their class for ADHD and labeling normal development as pathology, finds new research with 14 million children from various countries.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Health
Points : 702
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 48

Youngest children in the classroom are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD, suggesting that some teachers are mistaking the immaturity of the youngest children in their class for ADHD and labeling normal development as pathology, finds new research with 14 million children from various countries.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : psychology
Points : 108
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 12

Youngest children in the classroom are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD, suggesting that some teachers are mistaking the immaturity of the youngest children in their class for ADHD and labeling normal development as pathology, finds new research with 14 million children from various countries.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : science
Points : 38,945
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1450

How A University IT Guy Looks To Outmaneuver Verizon and AT&T In Upcoming Spectrum Auctions

Author : mvea
Subreddit : technology
Points : 46
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 2

Donald Trump’s “Natural Instinct for Science” is Sadly Wrong, Say Scientists: "Trump saying he is an environmentalist is a joke, and a sad one."

Author : mvea
Subreddit : environment
Points : 6,325
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 202

Donald Trump’s “Natural Instinct for Science” is Sadly Wrong, Say Scientists: "Trump saying he is an environmentalist is a joke, and a sad one."

Author : mvea
Subreddit : EverythingScience
Points : 1,733
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 71

Carbon fibre can store energy in the body of a vehicle, finds a new study that shows that carbon fibres can work as battery electrodes, storing energy directly, which can contribute to a significant weight-reduction in the aircraft and vehicles of the future – a key challenge for electrification.

Author : mvea
Subreddit : Futurology
Points : 31
Published : 1 day ago
Comments : 1