When science fiction accurately predicts the future

The age of mechanization has been predicted by many sci-fi works.

According to Bigthink, author Jules Verne has been writing about gasoline-powered vehicles, weapons of mass destruction, and global warming more than a century ago. When the American financier JP Morgan hired the inventor of the light bulb, Thomas Edison, to wire a New York mansion, his father Junius Morgan thought the electric light bulb was … Read more

The mystery of the giant rift caused the African continent to split in two, what strange thing is there under there?

Great rift in Africa

An increasingly prominent large rift in Africa has long intrigued scientists, and now they’ve determined what’s going on beneath it. For several years now, researchers have realized that the two landmasses – which make up the world’s second largest and second most populous continent – have begun to separate and by the end of 2022, … Read more

Created the world's first energy-saving paint

Inspired by butterflies, a team at the University of Central Florida (UCF) has created an eco-friendly paint that saves electricity and reduces global warming. The team created energy-saving paint inspired by butterflies. (Photo: Science Advances) Researcher Debashis Chanda, professor at UCF’s Center for Nanoscience Technology, and colleagues describe the process of developing the new paint … Read more

Discovered enzyme that can turn air into energy

By extracting and studying the enzyme, the researchers say they have found a new energy source that could power a range of small portable electrical devices. Scientists studying a relative of the bacteria that cause tuberculosis and leprosy can create an enzyme that converts hydrogen into electricity and can be used to create a new … Read more