Alt-week 8.17.13: Fukushima’s permafrost plan, the rodent afterlife and quantum teleportation

Alt-week takes a look at the best science and alternative tech stories from the last seven days.

Altweek 81713 Fukushima's permafrost plan, the rodent afterlife and quantum teleportation

Two years on, the Fukushima nuclear meltdown is still causing problems, and the Japanese government is looking at a particularly cool way (literally) to address them. Similarly chilling is the prospect that ‘dead’ rats aren’t quite as lifeless as you might think. Do rodents go to heaven? That, we can’t answer, but what we can tell you is that new research shows we’re edging ever closer to a quantum-computing future. This is alt-week.

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Alt-week 8.17.13: Fukushima’s permafrost plan, the rodent afterlife and quantum teleportation

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