Evaporating Water Could Power Almost 70% of The US Electrical Grid

It’s not every day scientists say a new kind of renewable energy could satisfy the majority of our power needs, so when they do, it’s worth leaning in close. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers have found that energy harvested from the evaporation of water in US lakes and reservoirs could power nearly 70 percent of the nation’s electricity demands, generating a whopping 325 gigawatts of electricity.

Mystery illness suffered by diplomats in Cuba may have been caused by a device that doesn’t exist

Sven Creutzmann | Mambo Photo | Getty Images A mysterious illness has been striking people associated with the US Embassy in Cuba – and a secret sonic weapon is rumored to be the source. Over the past year, diplomats in Cuba have experienced an unusual collection of symptoms that range from hearing loss, vertigo, and nausea to concussions, CBS News reported.

Mysterious sonic weapons reportedly caused brain injuries in US diplomats in Cuba – here’s what we know

Mysterious “sonic weapons” have been blamed for symptoms affecting American and Canadian diplomats in Cuba. Victims reported hearing loss, mild traumatic brain injury, nervous system damage, and balance issues. Sound-based weapons exist, but experts aren’t sure whether any were actually used in this case.

NASA discovers mysterious electron superhighway above Earth

NASA discovers mysterious electron superhighway above Earth

Some electrons are speeding above Earth’s surface at nearly the speed of light, and NASA isn’t sure why. According to a new study, the tiny, charged particles were found accelerating to high speeds in an unexpected part of space, farther from Earth than previously realized. The region these

BAE Systems has posted concept video footage of a process to create drones of the future.

This company plans to grow armies of drones in giant tubs of chemicals

Happy almost Independence Day, America, now prepare to witness the impending doom stalking humanity in the form of drones that are “grown” from chemical compounds. Yes, really. Evoking images from the liquid metal and nearly unstoppable Terminator from the movies, BAE Systems has posted concept video footage of a process to create drones of the future.