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What the Earliest Texts Say About the Invention of Writing

Early Chinese characters on an ox scapula used in divination rituals (Credit: Wikimedia Commons) Though we call the last several decades of computational invention the Information Age, we might better look thousands of years in the past to see its true beginnings. That’s when writing, a system that has served as the basis for our…

Super Blood Wolf Moon Lunar Eclipse Just Another Doomsday Invention?

Is the upcoming super blood wolf moon lunar eclipse just another doomsday invention? According to Ryan F. Mandelbaum, science writer at Gizmodo, it totally is. Mandelbaum has completely debunked the cacophony of voices that are claiming that the approaching lunar eclipses should be actually understood as a super blood wolf moon eclipse. In Mandelbaum’s most…

The Battle Over Biotechnology Inventions Part IV: Conclusion by Russell Nugent | Sponsored Insights – Greater Wilmington Business Journal

After Rapid Litigation Management, the Federal Circuit issued two more cases under 35 U.S.C. § 101 that contribute heavily to this discussion[1].  In both of these cases, the Court decided the patents passed the U.S. Supreme Court’s test in Alice Corp. The first was Exergen Corp. v. Kaz USA, Inc[2] (”Exergen”). In March of 2018,…

Scottish nurse weighs in with new invention

Image caption Gillian Taylor (second from right) invented the device out of frustration The Scottish nurse who invented a revolutionary weighing scale to help hospital patients get life-saving drugs quicker has said it was born out of “frustration”. Gillian Taylor was working as an emergency department nurse when the idea came to her. Image caption…