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Temporary night vision becomes reality

  A team of biohackers from California successfully induced a temporary sense of night vision by injecting a simple chemical cocktail directly onto the eye. Incredibly, it allowed other scientists to see over 160 feet in the dark for a [...]

NASA tests new ‘flying saucer’

NASA has given the world another glimpse of its revolutionary flying saucer technology, which will play a crucial role in future Mars missions. The 15-foot wide, 7,000-pound test vehicle underwent a “spin test” on a table at NASA’s Jet [...]

Uncharted territories in the temple

Walking by the dark, concrete balcony, there is an eerie feeling that comes over you. This could just be the legend of the balcony messing with your mind and yet still you want nothing more than to walk through those large ominous and mysterious [...]

Northrop Grumman advertises stealth fighter

The Super Bowl is known almost as much for its advertising as it is for the game itself. Amidst the usual ads for products like cars, beer, and life insurance for children, there was one spot featuring a mysterious flying wing, hidden under [...]

Fantasy Football for all

As the football season comes to a close, multiple students’ Fantasy Football rankings are starting to pan out and winners of Fantasy leagues are beginning to become more clear. To the estimated 30 million people who will play in fantasy leagues [...]

Far-out Atomic Acoustics

By Logan McSwain For the first time, researchers at Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden, were able to record the sound of an artificial atom by simulating acoustic waves. As reported by the researchers, the sound of an atom is similar [...]

Making Halloween spook-tacular with science

If you’re looking for ways to spice up your Halloween, then you can look no further because the students at RAHS have got some ideas that will make your Halloween scary good fun. RAHS junior Griffin Capadona, a self-proclaimed Halloween [...]