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A daily newsletter charting the future: From technology to the scientific breakthroughs changing our lives.

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  • A car that runs on sunshine

    01:10
  • This Week in Pioneering

    03:56
  • Tesla just unveiled a brand new Roadster

    00:53
  • From the Cold War to hurricanes: The evolution of space satellites

    02:55
  • Fecal Transplants: Medicine’s next frontier?

    03:15
  • Astronomers discover a new Earth-like planet that could sustain life

    01:16
  • A Massive Hole Was Spotted in The Antarctic Sea Ice

    01:13
  • A Robotics Set That Lets Kids Bring Their Lego Creations to Life

    01:06
  • NASA Is Helping Uber Launch Its Flying Taxis By 2020

    02:58
  • NASA Releases Stunning New Images of Jupiter

    01:23
  • Behind The Wheel of One of The Fastest Cars in The World

    06:19
  • Driverless Shuttle Hit by Truck on First Outing

    00:55
  • Predictive Texting: How Your Phone’s Keyboard Figures Out What You Might Type Next

    02:13
  • Mysterious Void Detected Inside Giza’s Great Pyramid

    01:10
  • This Futuristic Sheet of Paper Turns into A Flashlight

    01:06
  • This Week in Pioneering

    04:28
  • Is The iPhone X The Last Blockbuster Smartphone?

    03:29
  • Iphone X’s Facial Scanning: What Are The Unintended Risks?

    01:58
  • Not Feeling So Great? It Could Be Because of This Seemingly Harmless Bacteria

    02:56
  • An Alien Object Was Recently Detected in Our Solar System

    01:10

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Why Faster Travel Can Wreak Havoc on Our Bodies

As as we enter a world of flying cars, Hyperloop systems and faster airplanes, what does it mean for our body’s natural rhythms? Dr. Ronald Evans, a researcher at the Salk Institute says that flying fast between different time zones is disorienting because it exceeds the evolution of our internal clocks and we weren’t really designed to move through time zones at that rate. The resulting disorientation or jet lag can undermine our overall health. But a cure for jet lag might be closer than you think.

Mach

  • Mysterious Void Detected Inside Giza’s Great Pyramid

    01:10
  • This Futuristic Sheet of Paper Turns into A Flashlight

    01:06
  • This Week in Pioneering

    04:28
  • Is The iPhone X The Last Blockbuster Smartphone?

    03:29
  • Iphone X’s Facial Scanning: What Are The Unintended Risks?

    01:58
  • Not Feeling So Great? It Could Be Because of This Seemingly Harmless Bacteria

    02:56
  • An Alien Object Was Recently Detected in Our Solar System

    01:10
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