An academic from the University of Bristol in the UK has reportedly cracked the codex behind the so-called Voynich code. The language used in the 200-page manuscript has remained a mystery since it came to light more than a century ago... Continue Reading Has the medieval "Voynich code" finally been cracked by a Bristol academic?
Irresponsibly-piloted drones can cause a lot of problems, such as when they're illegally flown into restricted airspaces. And while anti-drone measures do exist, many cause the aircraft to fall to the ground, potentially harming bystanders. A new system, however, takes remote control of rogue drones... Continue Reading AI system grabs the reins of wayward drones
Tiny glassy particles that litter the beaches near Hiroshima in Japan are likely the resolidified remains of the city destroyed by a US atomic bomb on the morning of August 6, 1945, according to the results of a newly published study. The A-bomb dropped by the "Enola Gay" Boeing B-29 Superfortress bomber effectively levelled the city and caused the deaths of over 145,000 people from both the initial blast and subsequent radiation poisoning... Continue Reading Melted remains of Hiroshima discovered on beaches seven miles from nuclear bomb site