Incredible Technology: How to Search for Advanced Alien Civilisations..

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Look at a picture of the Earth at night, and the world appears to be, quite literally, glowing. Now, scientists are starting to look for signs of advanced alien civilizations by the glow given off by technology used to harvest the energy from a star or even an entire galaxy.

Theoretical physicist and mathematician Freeman Dyson first proposed the idea that advanced alien civilizations might develop technology to encircle a star and harvest most of its power, a structure now known as a Dyson sphere. If these objects do exist, astronomers might be able to detect the waste heat they produce using telescopes that peer into space using infrared light – See more at: http://www.livescience.com/42540-how-to-search-for-alien-civilizations.html#sthash.QtlQ4Iv8.OWBxckFx.dpuf

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No more dissident voices: Succumb to Facebook & Twitter’s demands or get banned (or both)
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A recent purge by Facebook and Twitter of a host of independent media sites has pushed thousands of people out of work and has killed one of the most effective forms of expressing political dissent. Related PostsThis Is What Mind Control Looks Like – VIDEOWhen It Comes to Fake News, …

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‘Ancient Egyptian pigment can boost energy efficiency’
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A colour developed by Egyptians thousands of years ago can boost energy efficiency by cooling rooftops and walls, and could also enable solar generation of electricity via windows, scientists say. Egyptian blue, derived from calcium copper silicate, was routinely used on ancient depictions of gods and royalty, according to the …

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Father Of World Wide Web Launches Platform Which Aims To Radically Decentralize The Internet
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“For people who want to make sure the Web serves humanity, we have to concern ourselves with what people are building on top of it,” Tim Berners-Lee told Vanity Fair last month. “I was devastated” he said while going through a litany of harmful and dangerous developments of the past three decades …