Americans Are Getting Sadder, See The Happiest Nation On Earth

A new report shows Norway is the happiest country on Earth, Americans are getting sadder, and it takes more than just money to be happy. Norway vaulted to the top slot in the World Happiness Report despite the plummeting price of oil, a key part of its economy. Income in the United States has gone…

Japan’s attempt to rid orbit of ‘space junk’ fails

A mission by Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) to “pull” debris out of orbit with an electromagnetic cable which will direct it towards Earth where it would burn up on reentry into the atmosphere has failed. JAXA announced that its experimental method failed because; “We believe the tether did not get released,” leading researcher Koichi…

Team of young students hope to be first to brew beer on the moon

A team of students from the University of California at San Diego are designing a kit that they hope will be the first to brew a batch of beer on the moon. “Team Original Gravity” is one of 25 finalists competing for a ride to the lunar surface. TeamIndus—one of five teams remaining in the…

AxelSpace To Launch 50 Satellites To Photograph The Entire World

Axelspace is building AxelGlobe, a constellation of 50 satellites equipped with imaging sensors Japanese company Axelspace wants to launch 50 satellites into space and is working towards developing an API that can photograph the entire world on a daily basis. TNW described APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) as procedures that allows you pull information from one…

Moon formed from melted bits of earth, researchers say

This is how the planet earth came to be, according to a group of scientists who are researching the formation of the moon; which they say took place around 4.5 billion years ago. when the solar system was still in its infancy, a Mars-sized planet collided with the proto-Earth and blasted our baby planet to…

Tree passions run deep – The Australian

Tree passions run deepThe AustralianIts Olympic opening ceremony was a paean to the mighty tree; an acknowledgement of what its people have done to the planet’s largest rainforest, which also houses the Earth’s greatest cram of biodiversity. We were treated to Olympic rings ravishingly …

Tree passions run deep – The Australian

Tree passions run deepThe AustralianIts Olympic opening ceremony was a paean to the mighty tree; an acknowledgement of what its people have done to the planet’s largest rainforest, which also houses the Earth’s greatest cram of biodiversity. We were treated to Olympic rings ravishingly …

Tree passions run deep – The Australian

Tree passions run deepThe AustralianIts Olympic opening ceremony was a paean to the mighty tree; an acknowledgement of what its people have done to the planet’s largest rainforest, which also houses the Earth’s greatest cram of biodiversity. We were treated to Olympic rings ravishingly …

Tree passions run deep – The Australian

Tree passions run deepThe AustralianIts Olympic opening ceremony was a paean to the mighty tree; an acknowledgement of what its people have done to the planet’s largest rainforest, which also houses the Earth’s greatest cram of biodiversity. We were treated to Olympic rings ravishingly …

Tree passions run deep – The Australian

Tree passions run deepThe AustralianIts Olympic opening ceremony was a paean to the mighty tree; an acknowledgement of what its people have done to the planet’s largest rainforest, which also houses the Earth’s greatest cram of biodiversity. We were treated to Olympic rings ravishingly …

Tree passions run deep – The Australian

Tree passions run deepThe AustralianIts Olympic opening ceremony was a paean to the mighty tree; an acknowledgement of what its people have done to the planet’s largest rainforest, which also houses the Earth’s greatest cram of biodiversity. We were treated to Olympic rings ravishingly …