I can honestly say that I never saw this coming, but now that I know about it, I think it's pretty spectacular. It turns out that the tongue could soon be a new set of ears for those with hearing loss.
I'm a crazy stickler for my sleep. When it's time for bed, I literally shut down and block out the world because if I don't get a good night of sleep, the universe pays the next day. Sleep is super important, a fact scientists are quickly discovering.
Don't get me wrong- I'm a huge fan of technology. What I'm not a fan of is taking jobs away from human beings and giving them to technology, which is exactly what a restaurant in China has done with state of the art robots.
In May of last year, scientists made one of the most amazing prehistoric discoveries in recent history on a little island off the coast of Russia. Deep under the ice was a 40,000-year-old woolly mammoth with most of its body still intact.
The craziness of holiday travel is almost here and thanks to the scientists and engineers at the FAA Center of Excellence at Purdue University we now have an animated simulation of what happens when someone sneezes on a plane. And it's scary.
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