Curiosity Finds Life Giving Nitrogen on Mars….

Aleem Siddiqui


Mars has been the center of quite a wonder for a long time. Every now and then speculations were raised that there indeed was some life on that planet ages ago. Many news articles were published claiming that researchers have finally found water reservoirs under the marsian land. But now the curiosity rover (probably the only movin thing on planet Mars) has confirmed the presence of Nitrogen further making it possible to think about colonizing Mars in near future. Tests got by NASA’s Curiosity meanderer on Mars have been investigated and indicated to contain nitrogen aggravates, that are a wellspring of supplements for living things.


Scientists have been scouring Mars for indications of natural carbon, however they’ve now found indications of nitrates at three ranges on the Red Planet—Rocknest, John Klein and Cumberland. The destinations were gone by amid a makeshift route from the wanderer’s primary mission to visit Mount Sharp. The…

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Facebook’s Solar Powered Drones are Ready to Serve Internet…

Aleem Siddiqui


Facebook’s Solar powered drones are now ready to serve internet to the world. Facebook already announced an year ago that they are working on solar drones which can provide internet access to poor countries.

As part of their program to connect the world, Facebook has already done a lot of work to bring everyone online. These unmanned aircraft that can beam internet access down to people from the sky.


Today, Mark Zuckerburg shared that they’ve successfully completed their first test flight of these aircraft in the UK. According to mark Zuckerburg, Aircraft like these will help connect the whole world because they can affordably serve the 10% of the world’s population that live in remote communities without existing internet infrastructure.

Facebook Titan Aerospace

The final design of Drones will have a wingspan greater than a Boeing 737 but will weigh less than a car. They will be powered by solar panels on its wings and They will…

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GPS in Human Brain…

Aleem Siddiqui


How do we know where what is and which place is that and what a direction to reach them? Today I would like to thank the power of computer technology. we no longer need to ask a passer-by where a given place because we have a Google map so go on it search them and find all direction of given place but how does the human brain do all this even before computer technology, we have also such type facility even all living being do this because only we have a technology but how other living being do this. The all living being stored such information in out brain and recall when he needs it.

Research of three sciencetist John O’Keefe at the university College London, UK, May Britt Moser and her husband, both from Trondheim Norway.  John O’Keefe began working in the area of how the brain controls behavior…

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Japan Builds Real and Working Transformer Robot – J-deite Quarter

Aleem Siddiqui


Two hobbyists from Japan have made an awesome transforming robot called J-deite Quarter. This is named so because of it’s one fourth of its final planned size. This Transformer robot can walk in robot form and, when in sports car from, it can drive around on its own.


This robot is made by Brave Robots and Asratec Corp., who teamed up with original Transformer creator Tomy Co. Ltd. Mashable writes: “J-deite Transformer robot, a one-quarter-scale autobot that starts as humanoid, bipedal robot and transforms into a tiny, roughly 3-foot-long sports car.”


The Transformer robot is small in size and you can’t drive it now at the current stage of its development. Transformer robot has got some definite traits of the Trasformer and the looks of Optimus Prime. The specifications of the robot are:
Height in robot mode or length in vehicle mode: 1.3 m
Weight of robot: 35 kg

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Dexterous Humanoid Robot Dances through European Debut….

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