The current theory is that the universe is endless and forever expanding. There's some research based on the ESA's latest data on the cosmic microwave background (CMB) that suggests the universe may actually be curved and closed in on itself.
What, in your opinion, needs to be done in order to make Science more interesting to society in general? How can we attract people away from brainless reality television and worshipping celebrity, and towards more fulfilling subjects like Science?
Do you think plastic pollution will increase because of the pandemic? I think it will:
What can be Earth-friendly replacement for plastic masks and gloves?
Google's DeepMind AI's learning algorithms allows it to obtain highest scores in multiple classic 80s video games, also beat Go, Dota 2, and Starcraft 2 players using the Alpha-series, so how come Google is not placing the AI in a robotic body, to let it learn to control the body, such as moving...
I just completed Colt Steele's web developer boot camp course from Udemy. :rolleyes:
The course didn't talk about any of these frameworks and after some research about frontend frameworks, these 3 were the most talked about in the community.
I'm still looking for a clear answer of which...