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Just to throw this half formed idea out there. When I think of Neil Armstrong, or imagine the day when man steps onto the surface of Mars for the first time - there is a powerful, compelling impulse to know what it would be like - not only to be there, but to actually *be* that person, taking that first step - to not only see something from a genuinely new perspective for the first time, but to be the first person to do so. I have no reason to doubt that this is a reaction common to most of us - the need to participate, to live vicariously, to be a witness to history, to be able to say "I was there" - to drive hundreds of miles to see the Apollo 11 launch, to see the last Shuttle touchdown, for an eleven year boy saying " "I want to be Neil Armstrong when I grow up". Must Watch: Bill Nye, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Pamela Gay, and Lawrence Krauss discuss our future in space
Video: Monkey brainwaves control avatar Monkeys 'feel' texture of virtual objects - life - 05 October 2011
How an Underwater "Invisibility Cloak" Makes Solid Objects Disappear Presumably if there were some sort of image in the background, you could see that this was turning the sheet into a mirror.
New Scientist TV: One-Minute Physics: Is Schrödinger's cat dead or alive? Sandrine Ceurstemont, editor, New Scientist TV You've probably heard of Schrödinger's cat , the famous thought experiment that illustrates the paradox of quantum mechanics when applied to everyday objects. In our latest One-Minute Physics animation, illustrator Henry Reich takes us through the experiment drawing by drawing and explains how it relates to unanswered questions in quantum physics.
Astronomy & Space Travel A Brief, Wondrous Tour of Earth (From Outer Space) - Video - Recorded from August to October, 2011 at the International Space Station, this HD footage offers a brilliant tour of our planet and stunning views of the aurora borealis.
An Epic Tour of Life’s History | Video of the Week Video of the Week #5, August 24, 2011
Scientists have recorded the first experimental evidence that elephants experience "eureka!" moments
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Tech: Mind-Controlled Robot Uses Human Brainwaves : Video
10 conferencias sobre el cerebro que no puedes perderte Estamos en el siglo del cerebro . Ése gran desconocido. El cerebro siempre ha sido un órgano esquivo, pero empezamos a entender cómo funciona, lo cual puede abrirnos posibilidades inimaginables a medio plazo.