Human teleportation would take so long, it’d be more like a death ray
We’re still nowhere near teleporting even the smallest, visible-to-the-naked-eye objects, but that didn’t stop a team of researchers from calculating how long it’d take to teleport an entire human ... by teleportation rays and you’d be dead.
How long does it take sunlight to reach the Earth?
Here's a question… how long does it take sunlight to reach Earth? This sounds like a strange question, but think about it. Sunlight travels at the speed of light. Photons emitted from the surface of the Sun need to travel across the vacuum of space to ...
Medical science needs your dead body
If there’s one sure way to get into medical school, it is by donating your body to science. Of course, it is not the preferred method for those wishing to actually attend class, but for the rest of us, whole body donation can do a world of good for a ...
Limits Of The Human Body: How Much Sleep Deprivation, Radiation & Acceleration Can We Survive?
But put a human anywhere in the known universe except ... A person usually expires when their body temperature drops to 70 degrees F (21 degrees C), but how long this takes to happen depends on how "used to the cold" a person is, and whether a mysterious ...
Dressing Up For the Reaper: How Embalming Makes the Dead Look Alive
Embalming rituals are an ancient human ... body lie in natrum the seventy days, after which it is at once given to those who come to fetch it away. The Egyptians may have been among the first to embalm their dead but they were certainly not the only ...