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Japanese citizen Yusaku Maezawa has booked a journey to the Moon atop SpaceX’s yet-to-be-built Big Falcon Rocket and he wants to bring six to eight artists with him—for free. The Sept. 17, 2018, announcementwas made at the company’s headquarters and it marked another step in SpaceX’s quest to send people beyond Earth’s gravitational sphere of influence. Maezawa, a 42-year-old billionaire, has...
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BlackFly is a one-seater flying vehicle.
  • Canadian startup Opener came out of stealth to unveil its flying vehicle BlackFly on Thursday.
  • BlackFly can travel 25 miles at 62 mph, is fully amphibious, and allegedly so easy to use that you don't need a licence to fly it.
  • Opener also announced backing from Google cofounder Larry Page, who has previously invested in flying vehicle company Kitty Hawk.
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On top of planning your pension and future financial security, now’s the time to put money aside for downloading your brain data, according to a leading futurologist who says we’ll be attending our own funerals as robots by 2050.

Dr Ian Pearson, who has a self-proclaimed 85 percent accuracy record when looking 10 to 15 years ahead, says humans will one day (and in the not too distant future) hook their minds up to external machines while alive to boost...
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A paleoartistic restoration of the head of Razanandrongobe sakalavae. Unlike extant crocodilians, this terrestrial predator had a deep skull. Credit: Fabio Manucci\


Little is known about the origin and early evolution of the Notosuchia, hitherto unknown in the Jurassic period. New research on fossils from Madagascar, published in the peer-reviewed journal PeerJ by Italian and French paleontologists, begin to fill the gap in a...
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