Robots are the intrepid explorers of our solar system, boldly venturing where humans can't to capture images and scientific data about other planets and moons. Because we're still learning about these other bodies, robotic explorers may need to be more adaptable to strange and inhospitable environments.
In 2003, Philosophical Quarterly published a paper by philosopher Nick Bostrom titled "Are You Living In a Computer Simulation?" In the introduction, Bostrom argues that one (or more) of the following propositions must be true:
Rick Steves shares his candid opinions on the best destinations in Europe.
The Daily Mail's Richard Webber visited the coastal towns of Lynton and Lynmouth. A highlight was reaching a 'magical corner' called Valley of Rocks.
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How to explain Elizabeth Warren's wide and diverse LGBTQ fan base, which includes the transgender rights activist Raquel Willis, drag queens, college students, the writer Roxane Gay, the "Queer Eye" grooming expert Jonathan Van Ness and, most recently, the rock legend Melissa Etheridge? And, in a field of rivals that includes an actual gay man, a former state attorney general who presided over some of the first same-sex marriages after a landmark Supreme Court case in 2015, and a former vice...
New research shows conservation initiatives often spread like diseases, helping scientists and policymakers design programmes more likely to be taken up.
What the Bureau of Land Management announced