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Title: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 02, 2011, 07:04:31 pm
[Note: Latest posts are at the End of the Thread.]

Some Tech & Sci News Sources

Make Solar Panels from Cheap Solar Cells
* I just found out yesterday about how to get cheap solar cells with which to make your own solar panels cheap at this site: (
* Then I found this site, (, which has a link to where to find solar cell dealers to order from on eBay. You can also go to eBay and search for "solar cells". This site says tabbed solar cells are a little more expensive than untabbed ones, but it takes about 6 hours to make a solar panel from untabbed solar cells, but about 2 hours from tabbed solar cells.
* I'm in NH now with an RV and I plan to order solar cells soon and make a solar panel. They should save lots of money on electricity prices.

- Good Day. Lloyd
Title: Re: Make Solar Panels from Cheap Solar Cells
Post by: powersupplyguy on June 12, 2011, 07:59:36 am
Ok, sounds good.

I expect to put a few KW worth on the roof.   I'm also going to do a wind survey on my property.  I'm on a hilltop and hoping to be able to put something up.  I would like to be totally off the grid if is economically possible.   I am power supply design engineer, so I expect to homebrew the charger and inverter.  If you have any problems or questions msg. me.

Title: Re: Make Solar Panels from Cheap Solar Cells
Post by: Luck on June 19, 2011, 09:35:36 pm
* The tabbed solar cells seem to go for about 80 cents per watt. A friend just mentioned this site, (, where whole solar panels go for $1.55 per watt. That's about twice the price, but you don't have to buy all the material to assemble them. So that seems to be a pretty good deal. Other supplies there seem to be reasonable too.
Title: Re: Make Solar Panels from Cheap Solar Cells
Post by: powersupplyguy on June 20, 2011, 11:54:46 am
Nice link. $1.55 is a very good price.  Last time I was poking around they were about $3/W.  I'll probably start with a few KW or so and grow as I become more comfortable with it.

Title: Re: Technology: Solar Panels [Update: Hackerspaces Projects]
Post by: Luck on July 03, 2011, 07:59:18 pm
Technology to Avoid Speeding Tickets
* I heard about at AltExpo at PorcFest on the Saturday before last [6/25]. I started looking through the list of worldwide Hackerspaces projects at ( and found this one, which seemed worth sharing here. It's from,_speeds_up_automatically (,_speeds_up_automatically) and it says partly as follows.
GPS cruise control, speeds up automatically
Why    To avoid unnecessary speeding tickets
Where    Memphis
Who    Jim Pruett
More Info
Imagine a car that slows down at speed traps!
* This project, MusicTank Mk.III, at (, says in part "The tank also functions as a small power generator offering 400 watts of 110v power".
* Several others sound interesting too.
* One of the Hacker speakers at PorcFest was from a Hackespace in Lowell, which was in the process of moving to a larger space in Nashua, i.e. at 29 Crown St, but you have to go around the block a bit to reach it, as it's on the backside of the long building there. So a couple of us went down and saw the place yesterday, Saturday, during the open house. They were signing up people to rent use of the space. They have drill presses, a metal lathe, a milling machine, a 3D printer, a 150 watt laser cutter, computers, meeting space etc. It's got about 6,000 sq. ft. of space and the ceiling is about 20 ft high.
Title: Re: Technology: Solar Panels [Update: Hackerspaces Projects]
Post by: shelbydz on August 22, 2011, 08:58:48 pm
It seems that these sights require you to purchase,'special instructions n putting together a solar array. Has any one done that yet? If so, was it worth the investments?

Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Cheap, Safe Aircraft/Spacecraft]
Post by: Luck on September 10, 2012, 04:41:34 pm
Coming Soon: Fly to Asia in Ten Minutes, Cheap
    ... our call is going out to every government to appoint a team of scientists to come and see our technologies at first hand. Then they can decide whether or not to make use of them. If you ignore this invitation your nation will soon have no choice but to follow the lead of the nations who have decided to develop them.
    ... The reasons for this invitation and the meeting are as follows:
    - On 21 September 2012 the Keshe Foundation will release the first phase of its space technology and the gravitational and magnetic (Magravs) systems it has developed, to all scientists around the world simultaneously, for production and duplication.
    - From that point on, international borders will cease to have any real significance. This is because, once the first flight system has been built and put into operation for the public, the time of travel for example from Tehran to New York will be about 10 minutes maximum.
    - The new airborne systems will enable every individual to make the same length of journey in the same time and at hardly any cost from any point on this planet. The craft will not be detectable with present radar technology.
    - The energy crisis will be resolved at a stroke, and once the technology is put into practice the powers that control energy supplies and through them the present financial structures will find their hands empty.
    - The world water shortage will be addressed and resolved by presenting this technology to the public soon after the release of our energy and space technology.
* Here's more from
    He plans to publicly demonstrate the technology to thousands of people in major cities around the world next year; and he plans to start booking flights for space travel – e.g. up 60 km above the earth – by 2014, and for flights to the moon by 2016, transporting thousands of people to those destinations for a small fraction of the cost of what fuel-based shuttle services are projecting. He'll even be accepting down payments with guarantees for both flight opportunities. You'll be able to put 20% of $50,000 Euros down to reserve your seat on a trip to the moon. "It may even end up costing less than that." Wait a while longer (past 2016) and you could even get to Mars in a matter of a few days, rather than months. is being set up for booking flights.
    ... his plasma reactor creates a local imitation of the Earth's magnetic-gravitational properties, complete with magnetosphere, providing protection from the cosmic rays that can otherwise be deadly outside of the Earth's atmosphere. Because the phenomenon is local to the reactor, a gravitational force of 1-G is maintained for all craft occupants, including during acceleration and deceleration.
    ... the technology is far enough advanced, and simple enough that a licensing party could be in production in a matter of several weeks, not including the 2-3 month training period for learning the technology.
    ... a 3-5 kilowatt [generator] unit might cost $200 Euros and last 20-30 years.
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Cheap, Safe Aircraft/Spacecraft]
Post by: MaineShark on September 10, 2012, 06:10:57 pm
Plasma cannot magically generate gravitational forces.  It's just ionized gas.  If you've ever seen a spark, you've seen plasma.

Nor could mere kilowatts of power (of any sort) generate the sort of energy needed for transportation.  Even if you can magically create gravity from electricity, and even if you could magically do that with 100% efficiency, a few kilowatts won't get you more than a few hundred feet in the air, slowly.  Regardless of how you do it, there's a certain bare minimum of energy necessary to lift a given mass a given distance at a given rate, against a given gravitational field.
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Algae to Biocrude in 1 Minute]
Post by: Luck on November 14, 2012, 06:05:20 am

researchers can "pressure-cook" algae for as little as a minute and transform an unprecedented 65 percent of the green slime into biocrude.

Savage's lab, filled a steel pipe connector with 1.5 milliliters of wet algae, capped it and plunged it into 1,100-degree Fahrenheit sand. The small volume ensured that the algae was heated through, but with only a minute to warm up, the algae's temperature should have just grazed the 550-degree mark before the team pulled the reactor back out.
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Algae to Biocrude in 1 Minute]
Post by: KBCraig on November 14, 2012, 06:09:09 pm
Savage's lab, filled a steel pipe connector with 1.5 milliliters of wet algae, capped it and plunged it into 1,100-degree Fahrenheit sand.

But did it produce more energy potential than was used to create the 1,100 degree sand?
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Algae to Biocrude in 1 Minute]
Post by: Luck on November 19, 2012, 09:13:59 am
But did it produce more energy potential than was used to create the 1,100 degree sand?
I don't know, but it only needed about 500 degrees in reality, so heating directly with a blowtorch or something might do the job. 1.5 ml is about 1.5 grams for wet algae, about 5% of an ounce. Would the blowtorch use that much biocrude to heat the algae for one minute?

It doesn't sound very impressive so far, does it.
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Algae to Biocrude in 1 Minute]
Post by: MaineShark on November 19, 2012, 09:49:53 am
Well, the 1100-degree sand was used for testing purposes.  It's a common lab technique, because the sand just brushes away.

In actual production, I would expect that the algae would be pumped through a pipe, which in turn is immersed in an oil bath.  The pumping rate would be such that the algae slurry spends the right amount of time flowing through the heated section of the pipe (eg, if you wanted a minute of exposure, you could have ten feet of pipe, and pump at a 10ft/min flow rate).  For large scale production, you'd have a large number of pipes running through that oil bath.

The oil would not need to be heated to 1100 degrees, as it transfers heat more efficiently than sand, and the metal pipe would already be hot before you started pumping the algae, so the added temperature needed to pre-heat the metal during the experiment would be absent.  If you were trying to quickly heat the algae to 550 degrees, the oil would likely be something around 800 degrees.  That's readily-achievable from a variety of energy sources: solar, solid biomass like wood chips, liquid biomass like vegetable oil, etc.
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Spectacular Engine Oil]
Post by: Luck on December 23, 2012, 11:43:19 pm
Here's a Christmas present.

My nephew was just telling me and the family about Schaeffer's oil for car engines. He's taking classes for auto mechanics and I think he said the teacher got an old Econoline van from someone and they took the engine apart to display for the public, because it's extraordinarily clean and in great condition after getting just over ONE MILLION MILES on it. And the good condition is credited to Schaeffer's oil. I think this is their website link: .

It's synthetic oil. My nephew said the oil only needs to be changed about every 9 or 10 thousand miles, so it's really not more expensive than regular petroleum-based oil. The company is based in St. Louis and distributes nationally and internationally. Looks like the nearest company Rep to NH is in PA, so maybe a Free Stater in NH should become a Rep. Feel free to pass the word on that.

I'm pleased to be able to share news about a technology that actually exists and is readily available to the public.

Happy Christmas, Folks!

« Reply #14 on: December 08, 2013, 11:16:43 pm »

A useful purpose for drones, instead of for murder:
Title: Re: Technology: [Update: Spectacular Engine Oil]
Post by: MaineShark on December 24, 2012, 08:36:26 am
The same is true for any decent-quality synthetic.  And I'd guess that was a Powerstroke engine in that van - they are known for lasting that long, or longer.

Filtration is more important to longevity than the oil used.  Mount a second, low-micron bypass filter if you want to reduce engine wear.  The standard filter can only filter so well before it impedes oil flow, so there's a balance between capturing all of the contaminants and not restricting flow.  A bypass filter only filters a fraction of the oil flow at any given time, but it filters it really well.  After a certain amount of time, that fraction at a time adds up to having filtered all of the oil.  Stick magnets on the filters, as well, to capture any metal particles.

With a bypass filter and a quality synthetic, you can easily go more than 15k miles on any quality synthetic.  When you get to that point, what you typically do is take a sample every so often (interval determined based upon your engine and the use of the vehicle) and send it for analysis.  The company doing the analysis will return a report that tells you how the oil is doing, and lets you determine when it's actually time to replace it, rather than doing so on a set schedule.
Title: Re: Technology: [ Delivery Drones]
Post by: Luck on December 08, 2013, 11:16:43 pm

(Newest items first)

Update on Doggerland


Richat and Atlantis City Plan / Don't Deviate from Plato

Echoes of Atlantis reverberate thru Azores Isles / Stop looking elsewhere

Pole Shifts, Hapgood, Floods, Impacts & Atlantis -Cosmography101-33.1 with Randall Carlson Dec'08

Atlantic Seafloor Recently Raised & Exposed? Atlantis Mystery–Evidence Revealed

Charles Kos on Atlantis etc

Atlantis Mystery – Evidence Revealed

Divers Uncover Ancient Temple Submerged Within The ‘Egyptian Atlantis’

Atlantis Revisited: Evidence for Rockall Bank Being Plato's Lost Island | Ancient Architects

The Escapees of The Doggerland 'ATLANTIS?' Retain Water-Control Technology!?

Atlantis In Bahamas: Hidden In Plain Sight

Lost City Of Atlantis Found In North Sea?

Lost City Of Atlantis Hidden Under Lake Titicaca?

Lost Civilisation Of Atlantis Found?

Alloy From Atlantis Found On Ancient Shipwreck?

No – Atlantis Has Not Been Discovered in North Africa

NEW CLAIM: Atlantis Discovered in Southern Spain | Ancient Architects

Atlantis Program Intro History & Geologic Rationale - Randall Carlson

The Lost Island of Atlantis Revealed Part 2 | Ancient Architects

NEW THEORY: The Lost Island of Atlantis Revealed

Moral Collapse or Catastrophe? The Drowning of Atlantis

Mythical City of Atlantis Allegedly Discovered in Sahara Desert

Atlantis Program Intro - History & Geologic Rationale

Discourses on an Alien Sky #36 | Atlantis -- The Disappearing Homeland

Atlantis existed

Origin of Mysterious 2,700-Year-Old Gold Treasure Revealed
Title: Re: Technology: (Enclosed City Streets)
Post by: Luck on February 16, 2014, 09:25:58 pm
Dan Price of Houston, TX says:

I am developing a transportation alternative that holds out the possibility that the future may be better than some believe. I have developed a basic package describing a system that may be:

    3 times faster than alternatives

    3 times cheaper than alternatives

    3 times less energy.

The basis is:

    Light enclosed climate controlled vehicle highways built over the top of city streets.

    Non-stop 30 mph design 6' lane width using traffic circles.

    500# electric powered vehicles self guided 2-4 wheels.

Much more work needs to be done to validate the benefits but initial estimates potential to do as well or better than the claims. I will be happy to email a copy of a presentation which describes the proposal in more detail. Have interest of local planning department within local university.
Title: Re: Technology: (Renewable Energy Progress)
Post by: Luck on February 25, 2014, 11:39:02 am
Amory Lovins: energy visionary sees renewables revolution in full swing
2014-02-17, The Guardian (One of the UK's leading newspapers)
Amory Lovins last year harvested from his small garden more than 30 pounds of bananas, along with guava, mango, papaya, loquat, passion and other exotic fruit. Nothing remarkable in that, except that the energy analyst and chief scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) - - does not live in the tropics but in an unheated house 6,500 feet up a mountain near Aspen, Colorado, where the temperature falls to -44C and where last week more than two feet of snow fell in less than 24 hours. The fruit is grown in a greenhouse that is part of the sprawling, experimental, super-insulated house at Old Snowmass, built 30 years ago for $500,000 (£300,000) and an inspiration for a generation of energy thinkers, designers and sustainable builders. Visited by 100,000 people, it was the archetype for the European Passivhaus movement. "Heating systems are so 20th century," he says. "We have found you actually save money by not putting in a heating system. It's cheaper. The monitoring system uses more energy than the lights." Lovins has always maintained that energy conservation not only pays for itself, but that energy-saving technology can lead to higher quality of life at lower cost. He has advised many of the world's largest companies and dozens of countries how to reduce bills with renewables but has also challenged the giant car, aviation and construction industries to rethink the way they operate. Renewables have scaled up incredibly fast, he says. "Worldwide it is faster than mobile phones. More Kenyans now get first electricity now from solar than the grid. China got more generation from wind in 2012 than from nuclear and it added more generation from non-hydro renewable energy than fossil and nuclear combined. It is now the world leader in seven of the 10 renewable energies and wants to be top in all 10.
Title: Re: Technology: (Cheaper Solar Desalination for Clean Water)
Post by: Luck on March 27, 2014, 07:56:11 pm
I'm stealing this item from the Statist News Blog.

California drought: Solar desalination plant shows promise
2014-03-18, San Francisco Chronicle (SF's leading newspaper)
Quietly whirring away in a dusty field in the Central Valley is a shiny solar energy machine that may someday solve many of California's water problems. It's called the WaterFX solar thermal desalination plant, and it has been turning salty, contaminated irrigation runoff into ultra-pure liquid for nearly a year for the Panoche Water and Drainage District. It's the only solar-driven desalination plant of its kind in the country. Right now its efforts produce just 14,000 gallons a day. But within a year, WaterFX intends to begin expanding that one small startup plant into a sprawling collection of 36 machines that together can pump out 2 million gallons of purified water daily. Within about five years, WaterFX company co-founder Aaron Mandell hopes to be processing 10 times that amount throughout the San Joaquin Valley. And here's the part that gets the farmers who buy his water most excited: His solar desalination plant produces water that costs about a quarter of what more conventionally desalinated water costs: $450 an acre-foot versus $2,000 an acre-foot. That brings Mandell's water cost close to what farmers are paying, in wet years, for water from the Panoche and other valley districts - about $300 an acre-foot. And that makes it a more economically attractive option than any of the 17 conventional desalination plants planned throughout California. If Mandell can pull it off, the tiny farming town where he is starting his enterprise could be known as ground zero for one of the most revolutionary water innovations in the state's history.
Title: Re: Technology: (Cheap Solar Electricity)
Post by: Luck on March 27, 2014, 09:03:08 pm
[See previous post for Solar Desalination.]

This company is providing cheap electricity by installing solar panels on people's homes and connecting them to the power grid. The home owner rents the solar panels at a price below what they would pay for normal electric bills. All home owners in NH who have land line phones are eligible.

Here are the first two paragraphs from their home page. They show how much you would save with their panels.

Citizenre Home


The Citizenre Corporation is an energy company preparing to compete in the 21st century energy landscape. We have entered the market as a developer of decentralized, customer-directed electricity infrastructure, using highly standardized business processes to deliver residential photovoltaic (PV) systems to customer homes at an industry-leading installation pace. PV is our entry product; products to follow will strengthen the customers' ability to save money, manage their energy use, replace polluting with non-polluting fuels, and place their own needs -- not those of their utilities -- at the core of their energy purchase and/or production decisions.

As we begin building out our national footprint, we are already offering renewable energy to the marketplace on a cost competitive basis. This positions us well to address the energy challenges of the 21st century - to truly minimize dependence upon foreign and fossil fuels, to install more environmentally friendly electricity generating assets, to deliver a higher degree of energy surety, and to realize a 21st century quality of life.
Title: Re: Technology: (Cheap Solar Desalination & Electricity)
Post by: MaineShark on March 29, 2014, 10:44:53 am
Nothing special about that.  Equipment leasing is a common offering among installers.  What they don't mention is that, since they own the system and are just renting it to you, they get all of the tax benefits, and you get none.  Their business model is obviously revolving around collecting those tax benefits.  If you purchase a system with a loan, and get the 30% Federal tax credit (which may mean that you pay no income taxes for several years), you're likely to be in an overall better economic situation than signing a long-term rental agreement.

If you use a home equity loan or mortgage-type construction loan (or bundle it into a mortgage during the purchase or building process) to pay for a system, then the interest would even be tax deductible.  Overall, loans tend to be better than rentals, and particularly in the realm of taxes... and most things we can do to pay less to the government is going to have a positive impact on liberty.
Title: Re: Technology: (Electricity via PV Conversion of Plasma Energy)
Post by: Luck on April 11, 2014, 05:53:38 pm
BlackLight Power, Inc. Announces Sustained Production of Electricity Using Photovoltaic Conversion of Millions of Watts of Brilliant Plasma
2014-04-03, Yahoo News
BlackLight Power, Inc. [has] achieved sustained electricity production from a primary new energy source by using photovoltaic technology to transform brilliant plasma, with power comprising millions of watts of light, directly into electricity. By applying a very high current through its proprietary water-based solid fuel in BlackLight Power’s breakthrough Solid Fuel-Catalyst-Induced-Hydrino-Transition (SF-CIHT) technology, water ignites into brilliant plasma, a ... bright flash of extraordinary optical power that has a power density of over 1,000,000 times that of any prior controllable reaction. BlackLight Power has now successfully converted the brilliant plasma directly into electricity using photovoltaic cells (solar cells). Simply replacing the consumed H2O regenerated the fuel, and the fuel can be continuously fed into the electrodes to continuously output optical power that can be converted into electricity. [This] safe, non-polluting power-producing system catalytically converts the hydrogen of the H2O-based solid fuel into a non-polluting ... lower-energy state hydrogen called “Hydrino,” by allowing the electrons to fall to smaller radii around the nucleus. The energy release is 200 times that of burning the equivalent amount of hydrogen with oxygen. Using readily-available components, BlackLight has developed a system engineering design of an electric generator that is closed, except for the addition of H2O fuel, and generates ten million watts of electricity, enough to power ten thousand homes. Remarkably, the device is less than a cubic foot in volume.

Note: How strange that the major media are not picking up on this story of major proportions. For a 2008 CNN article showing Blacklight had attracted $60 million and was no longer seeking funding, click here:
For more on Blacklight Power, click here:
For more evaluation of this development, click here:
Title: Re: Technology: (2000% energy return from standard wall power)
Post by: Luck on May 14, 2014, 07:05:04 pm
[Does anyone have comments on this? Anyone going to the conference in Idaho?]

Eric Dollard creates a 2000% energy return from standard wall power.

Energy Science & Technology Conference
JUNE 27-29, 2014

Title: Re: Technology: (2000% energy return from standard wall power)
Post by: MaineShark on May 14, 2014, 09:16:25 pm
[Does anyone have comments on this? Anyone going to the conference in Idaho?]

Eric Dollard creates a 2000% energy return from standard wall power.

Nope.  The discrepancy between real and reactive power exists, but shifting it around decreases efficiency.  Reactive power is something that you want to eliminate, not increase.  There are capacitative devices which will improve the power factor of the reactive loads in a system (the power factor is the ratio of real to apparent power - 100% PF means that all power is real, and none is reactive), which will reduce your energy usage.  But, even if you could actually get a system to a 100% PF, you would still have the load of the real power.

Imagine a 100W light bulb and a 100W electric motor.  Both draw the same power rating, but the light bulb draws solely real power, while the motor is a reactive device, so it draws some real and some reactive power (in reality, even the light bulb has some inductance, so it draws some reactive power, as well, but we'll pretend the light bulb is a perfect resistor).  So, because it's partially-reactive, the motor might actually draw 120W.  A power factor correction device will bring the motor closer to being non-reactive, so maybe it will only draw 105W - it will still have some reactive component, but that will be reduced.

Reactive power is the bane of AC power, and one of the few advantages of DC is that it eliminates the reactive power issue.  It certainly does not offer a magical source of free energy.  It is good at wasting energy and burning things out.
Title: Re: Technology (2000% energy return from standard wall power)
Post by: Luck on May 15, 2014, 08:56:56 am
Thanks much for the explanation, Joe.

A German company is printing food for the elderly
2014-04-10, USA Today
- 3D-printed food extruder that creates food that literally melts in your mouth, helping elderly patients with dysphagia
Title: Re: Technology (Flow Battery for Solar Energy Storage)
Post by: Luck on June 01, 2014, 02:37:33 pm
EnerVault unveils 'flow battery' for solar energy storage
2014-05-22, San Francisco Chronicle (SF's leading newspaper)

In an almond orchard outside Turlock in the Central Valley, two large tanks hold water, minerals - and more importantly, energy. The tanks ... are part of a "flow battery" that stores energy from nearby solar panels. It's the largest battery of its kind in the world. And it could play a role in California's push to develop bigger and better ways to store large quantities of energy. This particular flow battery ... was built by EnerVault of Sunnyvale, part of the Bay Area's fast growing energy-storage industry. Like most of its competitors, EnerVault is young, founded in 2008, with about $30 million in venture funding to date. Some companies try to perfect the lithium-ion batteries found in laptops and electric cars. Others, including EnerVault and Primus Power of Hayward, specialize in flow batteries, which store energy in tanks of electrolytes. The fluid is then pumped through the battery's cells when power is needed. In contrast, the batteries found at a grocery store contain the electrolyte, cathode and anode all in one package. "Flow batteries are batteries turned inside out," said Jim Pape, EnerVault's chief executive officer. His company's flow batteries use iron and chromium, blended into the water inside its tanks. Both materials are safe to handle. Iron and chromium also have the benefit of being cheap. "That's our special sauce," Pape said. "Iron and chromium are very, very abundant, and abundance equals low cost."
Title: Re: Technology (Flow Battery for Solar Energy Storage)
Post by: MaineShark on June 01, 2014, 07:34:35 pm
Flow batteries are great technology (nothing particularly new, but under-utilized for years).  Unfortunately, they don't (yet) scale down well, price-wise (eg, a 10kWh flow battery is barely less expensive than a 50kWh flow battery).  Looks like they're going for the utlity market, but there are flow batteries that are sized for residential and light commercial applications, as well.

Definitely my favorite battery technology for those applications where the size/cost combination is right.
Title: Re: Technology (Get Heat, Electricity etc from Compost)
Post by: Luck on October 08, 2014, 10:30:28 am
There are numerous videos you can see about this at
Title: Re: Technology (Fracking is Okay)
Post by: Luck on November 20, 2014, 01:58:51 pm
I've read lately that shale oil is not likely to be a profitable enterprise, which sounds true offhand. I'd also read that fracking for shale oil or whatever does contaminate drinking water sources in ground water, but the article below shows that that claim is apparently untrue. It seems that it should be a simple matter to test drinking water that comes from ground water to see if fracking has contaminated it, so, if there are no studies that confirm it, it now seems likely that fracking does not contaminate ground water. Some seem to say that's implausible in the first place, because fracking is said to occur miles underground, far below the level of any aquifers. So, until I hear of actual studies to the contrary, I'll have to go with the claim that fracking is okay. But that doesn't mean shale oil will prove profitable.

How Anti-Fracking Activists Deny Science: Water Contamination
Title: Re: Technology (Fracking Guzzles Water Supplies)
Post by: Luck on December 04, 2014, 10:51:28 am
'Monster' Fracking Wells Guzzle Water in Drought-Stricken Regions 24 Nov 2014 2014 The fracking industry likes to minimize the sector's bottomless thirst for often-scarce water resources, saying it takes about 2-4 million gallons of water to frack the average well, an amount the American Petroleum Institute describes as "the equivalent of three to six Olympic swimming pools." That's close to the figure cited by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as well. But a new report released by Environmental Working Group (EWG) located 261 "monster" wells that consumed between 10 and 25 million gallons of water to drill each well.

Waste Water from Oil Fracking Injected into Clean Aquifers
2014-11-14, NBC News (San Francisco Affiliate)

Dutch Company Powers Streetlights With Living Plants; Will Your Cell Phone Be Next?
2014-11-21, Yes! Magazine

Title: Re: Technology (Make Cardboard Bikes)
Post by: Luck on December 23, 2014, 04:24:00 pm
Cardboard Bikes
Blurb with Video showing high quality bikes made from cardboard:

Floating Islands
I think I'll repost some info on making floating islands cheaply here next time. It's from:
Title: Re: Technology (Producing Hydrogen for Fuel)
Post by: Luck on March 01, 2015, 11:34:59 pm
Bacteria used to yield pure water and produce hydrogen, the fuel of the future
2015-02-02, International Business Times
Title: Re: Technology (Green e-Diesel Fuel)
Post by: Luck on October 24, 2015, 10:55:46 am
Audi creates green 'e-diesel fuel of the future' using just carbon dioxide and water
2015-04-27, International Business Times

Other News:

SolaRoad bike path generates more solar power than expected
2015-05-11, CBC News/Associated Press
Title: Re: Technology (Edible Water Bottles Help End Plastic Trash)
Post by: Luck on November 10, 2015, 11:12:16 am
Algae Bottles Could End Plastic Trash in Oceans etc (

Styrofoam-eating mealworms might help reduce plastic waste, study finds
2015-09-30, CNN (

How the sonic 'tractor beam' levitates and manipulates objects
2015-10-28, Christian Science Monitor

Title: Re: Technology (Battery Tech)
Post by: Luck on December 09, 2015, 10:20:10 am
Leap in Lithium-Air Battery Tech Could Supercharge Electric Cars

Lithium-Air battery research shows potential paths to next-gen batteries: But a commercially viable Li-air battery is still “at least a decade away."

Advance Doubles the Longevity of High-Energy Electric Car Batteries

Newest Smartphone Batteries Can Fully Charge In 2 Minutes


Why It Took Years For Google To Address Battery Draining Bug In Chrome

Improve Battery Life With Android L's 'Project Volta'

Electric Vehicle Battery Swap Stations May Be Hitting A Dead End

A New Advanced Sealed Lead Acid Battery Line From Apex Battery

Battery Nanotechnology Could Store Power In A Small Wire

Are Paper Batteries Real?

In The Future, You Might Store Solar Power In A Rhubarb Battery

Building a Better Battery

Add Batteries To Your Doomsday Preparation List

Are Disposable Batteries Done?

Make Your Smartphone Battery Last Longer
Title: Re: Technology (Save Robotics from Statists)
Post by: Luck on December 16, 2015, 06:11:54 pm
Elon Musk Founding Nonprofit-Company To Save Robotics From The Military Industrial Complex

Title: Re: Technology (world record hoverboard flight)
Post by: Luck on January 03, 2016, 04:28:38 pm
Canadian Catalin Duru breaks world record for furthest hoverboard flight
2015-05-24, BBC News
A man from Canada has broken the world record for the furthest hoverboard flight. Catalin Alexandru Duru's propeller-based prototype managed to travel a total distance of 275.9m (905ft 2in) along the edge of Lake Ouareau in Quebec. The inventor claims the machine, which he built and designed over 12 months, can be used anywhere and can reach "scary heights" which he says he'd like to explore in the future. Catalin had to travel more than 50m to set a new Guinness World Records title, but smashed that by travelling more than five times the target. He said: "I wanted to showcase that a stable flight can be achieved on a hoverboard and a human could stand and control with their feet." A Guinness World Records spokesperson said: "This is a truly mesmerising and incredible feat in the world of engineering and transportation."

Sweden Boosts Renewables to Become First Fossil-Fuel-Free Nation
2015-09-15, Bloomberg

The High Tech Hijacking of GMO Food Labeling
2015-11-18, Huffington Post

How 'Qi' wireless battery charging could help people ditch the cords
2015-12-16, Christian Science Monitor

Cool App Ideas and the Fruit of Unschooling
How to Keep TSA Out of Your Computer

Title: Re: Technology (Saltwater Tech)
Post by: Luck on January 16, 2016, 08:10:41 pm
Filipina Entrepreneur Creates Revolutionary Lamp That Runs on Saltwater
The Inventor:
Make your own:
Make your own too:

Better Desalination with Electric Shockwave Tech
- Now a team at MIT has come up with an innovative approach that, unlike most traditional desalination systems, does not separate ions or water molecules with filters, which can become clogged, or boiling, which consumes great amounts of energy.
- Instead, the system uses an electrically driven shockwave within a stream of flowing water, which pushes salty water to one side of the flow and fresh water to the other, allowing easy separation of the two streams.

New LED Household Lightbulbs! 82% Reduction In Wattage!
- Brand Name "Luminus" (Montreal, new website)
Title: Re: Technology (Electric Light from Saltwater)
Post by: Luck on January 31, 2016, 11:52:43 am
These six technologies had a transformative year: 1. Internet; 2.  Sensors; 3. Bitcoin; 4. DNA Crisprs; 5. Drones; 6. Clean Energy
2015-12-28, Dallas Morning News/Washington Post

Scientists move one step closer to turning water into hydrogen fuel, affordably
2016-01-05, Christian Science Monitor

Advances in sensor technology enable next generation robotics

Advances in Sensor Technology Enhance the Smart Factory

Linux Foundation Unites Industry Leaders to Advance Blockchain Technology

Bitcoin's 'blockchain' tech may transform banking

New Gene Editing Technology Promises Most Monumental Advance of Humankind Into the Future

The Future of Drones: Sky-High Hopes vs. Regulatory Realities
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on March 19, 2016, 05:59:29 pm
US agency reaches 'holy grail' of battery storage sought by Elon Musk and Gates
2016-03-03, The Guardian

[Next two stories were posted on March 1:]
Fact or fiction: Irish firm invents everlasting battery
2016-01-25, Irish Times

Tom Szaky started TerraCycle to help 'de-junk' the world
2016-02-04, Christian Science Monitor
“Our focus is on anything that you cannot recycle today, and that is 75 percent of all objects in the world.” Szaky and his team devise a plan to deal with each type of waste, and then process the waste through refurbishing it into something useful or through reprocessing it for recycling.
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on April 01, 2016, 03:13:43 pm
Morocco is producing solar power at night
2016-03-11, CNN

One day robots will be indistinguishable from humans
2016-03-16, CNBC

Microsoft's Holoportation (Hologram Teleporter) Redefines Face-to-Face Communication

Oculus Rift Offers the Best VR Experience Yet

In 2014, American astronauts for the first time printed a tool -- a ratchet wrench -- on their 3D printer in space

New Ultrathin Solar Cells Are Light Enough to Sit on a Soap Bubble

Real-Life 'Batplane' Mimics Flexible Wings

Smartphones Could Generate Own Power with New Coating

3D-Printing Roving Robot Could Repair Potholes

Full scale, fully functional car that was 3d printed in 44 hours and assembled in 2 days

Prototype motorbike turns into a jet ski in 5 seconds

Self-Filling Water Bottle Converts Humid Air into Drinkable Water

Pocket-Size Device Turns Smartphone into a High-Powered Microscope

Lightest Metal Ever Is 99.9 Percent Air
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on April 04, 2016, 08:25:03 am
(See recent additions in previous post.)
Help: A novel superconducting levitation thruster may radically transform travel on Earth & in space.
Title: Re: Technology News (Revolutionary Travel)
Post by: Luck on April 05, 2016, 11:40:44 am
Superconducting Levitation Thruster for Revolutionary Travel
Here's more on the previous story from
Paul Laviolette says the superconducting levitation thruster [which I think requires no fuel] could make the following possible:
- A "hoverboard" something like that depicted in the sci fi movie Back to the Future which the movie predicted would be in common circulation in 2015;
- A scooter that could not only move forward, but hover and fly above the ground;
- Cars that could take off vertically and fly through the air;
- Thrusters that could produce shaft torque to generate pollution-free electricity;
- Cruise ships that could levitate as in the movie The Fifth Element;
- Space shuttles that could lift off the Earth without the help of rockets;
- Interplanetary shuttles that could fly to Mars in 5 days, not 9 months as NASA currently has in mind;
- Manned space ships that could attain near light speed velocities and travel to the nearest star system (e.g., Proxima Centauri) in 4.5 years, instead of 20,000 years.
- This technology would be essentially pollutionless, requiring only the production of a small quantity of liquid nitrogen or liquid helium to make it work. Hence its carbon footprint would be virtually insignificant compared to the petrol guzzling technologies that are currently in use. [Nonetheless, "carbon footprints" are already insignificant and irrationally feared by global warming alarmists.]
- Historically, social advances have been brought about by technologies that either improved transportation (moved people or goods more efficiently from one place to another) or improved on energy production. This technology should do both. If it works as expected, it would bring untold prosperity to the world.
- See the demonstration videos at
- and at
- The videos may not seem impressive, showing only a very small thruster causing a slight movement of a pendulum, but it should be scalable to much larger sizes.
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on April 18, 2016, 11:02:38 pm
This Lightweight Metal Foam May Be The Future Of Bulletproof Armor

Japanese Researchers Develop Ultraflexible ‘E-Skin’

Smart skin is powered by the objects it touches

Inverse spin Hall effect: A new way to get electricity from magnetism

Nanotech: Itty bitty engine puts a single atom to work

Unexpected Discovery Leads to a Better Battery

Clean Energy Generated Using Bacteria-Powered Solar Panel

Electrical Brain Stimulation Enhances Creativity

Urine Turned Into Sustainable Power Source for Electronic Devices

Researchers can identify you by your brain waves with 100 percent accuracy

Nanomaterial to drive new generation of solar cells

Why the SpaceX Rocket Ocean Landing is a Big Deal
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on April 30, 2016, 01:42:50 pm
Cannabis-Based Batteries Could Change the Way We Store Energy Forever

Nanowire Battery Could Last a Lifetime

Top 10 Fastest Electric Vehicles

Virtual Reality Comes to Spaceflight: Rocket Tours and Walks on Mars

Skin Cells Turned Into Sperm

4 Electric Cars for 2017

Biometric 'Brainprint' Is Now 100 Percent Accurate

Solar-powered plane completes journey across Pacific Ocean (Update)

Engineers create artificial skin that can send pressure sensation to brain cell

Mind-controlled drones race to the future

Air Force team breaks speed record with magnetically levitated sled system

Chemists create battery technology with off-the-charts charging capacity

Recycle smartphone lithium ion batteries into solar power systems

Making Electronics out of Coal

Non-Toxic and Cheap Thin-Film Solar Cells for 'Zero-Energy' Buildings
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on May 16, 2016, 11:20:06 am
Researchers Develop Light-Powered Nano-Engine

Not So Safe: Security Software Can Put Computers at Risk

Distance Wireless Charging Enhanced by Magnetic Metamaterials

Emotion Detector Could Reveal If a Date Really Finds You Attractive: Is This the Kind of World We Actually Want?

Military tests unmanned ship designed to cross oceans (Would it be safe from pirates?)

Luxembourg reaches for the stars with asteroid mining deal

Use the Internet to Beam into Robot Bodies Anywhere

Power Plant CO2 Could Feed Fuel Cells

The Deep-Space Engines That Could One Day Take Us Past Mars

This Tiny Turbine Could Be the Next Big Thing in Power
2016-04-11, Popular Mechanics

A Better Hologram for Fraud Protection and Wearable Optics

Toyota scientists make breakthrough on safer, smarter batteries

With Perlan 2 glider, Airbus becomes space pioneer

Elon Musk's vision of a Hyperloop super-fast rail transport system that carries passengers in pressurized tubes at near-supersonic speeds is on track
Hyperloop Update

Researchers advance groundbreaking 'water-in-salt' lithium ion battery technology

Ingestible origami robot

New method of producing random numbers could improve cybersecurity

Humanoid Robo-Mermaid Dives For Lost Treasure

Smart Contact Lenses To Record What You See

You Can Now Try Out IBM's Quantum Computer

German aviation company promises lightweight Vertical-Lift Flying Car that requires only 20 hours of training to pilot

America's New Mega Bomb is an Absolute Terror

Researcher has designed crowdsourcing frameworks that combine the best qualities of machine learning and human intelligence, allowing distributed groups of workers to perform complicated cognitive tasks

Finger-Specific Key Presses Could Speed Up Computer Interaction
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on May 31, 2016, 12:46:58 pm
In modern automobile tests, an ultrasonic reactor attached to the carburetor almost doubled gas mileage (Dead Men’s Secrets e-book, page 303).
-sound wave technology in the ancient world was used to lift massive weights from Greece (4th century BC), Egypt (400 AD), Syria (2nd century), Asia Minor (5th century), Tibet, Arabia and Ethiopia, like native tradition in South America, Ponape, Easter Island and India.
-A bird in the Andes turns hard rock soft like putty.

Discovery could open the door to cellphone and car batteries that last five times longer

System converts solar heat into usable light, increasing solar cell's overall efficiency

Debugging system for complex analysis of programs that import huge swaths of commonly used code

Force-feeling phone: Software lets mobile devices sense pressure: (Share affection by phone?)

Fast, Stretchy Circuits Could Yield New Wave of Wearable Electronics

New Compound Switches Between Liquid, Solid States When Exposed to Light or Heat

In a new method for searching image databases, a hand-drawn sketch is all it takes

What Makes Spider Silk Tougher Than Steel?

Flying Cars: The Future Is Now
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on June 14, 2016, 01:28:58 pm
Coming Soon to France: Hundreds of Miles of Solar-Powered Roads

Edible Six-Pack Rings Feed, Rather Than Strangle, Wildlife
2016-05-18, Discover Magazine

A plan for an underground city beneath Chicago (Video)

World's First Passenger Drone to Begin Testing

Too Soon to Release GM Mosquitoes to Fight Zika

Glass Speakers Create Beams of Sound

Scientists Turn Carbon Dioxide Emissions to Stone

Our Power Grid Is Failing. What We Can Do About It?

Perovskite Solar Cells Surpass 20 Percent Efficiency

How solar brought Muslims and Jews together in one West Bank village
2016-05-16, Christian Science Monitor

Massive Trove of Battery and Molecule Data Released to Public

Why Hierarchy Exists in Biological Networks: New Insight Will Aid Development of Artificial Intelligence

Generating Unclonable Patterns to Fight Counterfeiting

Storage Technologies for Renewable Energy Can Pay Off

New Approach to Microlasers
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on June 24, 2016, 07:13:24 pm
Electric Vehicle Rally Zips Across Europe

Why You Should Always Unplug Your Electronics

Sim City Created for Self-Driving Cars

Proposal would erect a 1,200-foot drop tower amusement ride atop Penn Station in downtown New York City

Fiber-fast wireless will make video chatting buffering-free and advance self-driving car technologies

Magnets Could Clean Up Oil Spills

U.S. Skies Now Open for Commercial Drones

Robots vs Monsoons!

First Ocean Plastic Cleaning Barrier Gets Tested

California's Last Nuke Plant Will Shut Down

10 cool drones for our 21st century skies

Russia Wants Teleportation in 20 Years

China Officials reveal plans for a deep-sea "space station" and a fleet of underwater drones.

Cheap gas, coal won't hobble renewables: energy report

Startup looking to make car rental as easy as using Uber

Electric cars and home solar storage capacity increased with simple pre-treatment

Aggressive, sparkplug-free gasoline auto engines with high efficiency

Energy-efficient web

Convert harmful algal blooms into high-performance battery electrodes

Perovskite solar cells surpass 20 percent efficiency

First 1,000-processor chip

Next version of Leaf will go 200 miles on a charge

Ultra-thin solar cells can bend around a pencil

Borophene could be an extraordinary sodium anode material for sodium-based batteries

New 3-D Printed Polymer Can Convert Methane to Methanol
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on July 17, 2016, 10:49:31 am
How to Recharge Alkaline Batteries & Have Free Batteries for Life

Reducing Water Pollution with Microbes and Wood Chips

Problem-solving insights enable new technologies


New Technology Could Improve Use of Small-Scale Hydropower in Developing


Shape-Changing 'Smart' Material

3-D paper-based microbial fuel cell

Mini ‘wind farm’ could capture energy from microbes in motion

Grade-School Students Teach a Robot to Help Themselves Learn Geometry

Electronic Nose Smells Pesticides, Nerve Gas

Rechargeable batteries that last longer and re-charge more rapidly

Pedal Powered Cinema

From Super to Ultra-Resolution Microscopy

Theoretical Climbing Rope Could Brake Falls

Replacing Oil With Wood for the Production of Chemicals

Public Urinal Generates Electricity from Urine

Flipping Crystals Triples Solar-Cell Performance

How Solar Energy Can Be Transformed Into Fuel

Recycled Plastic Lumber Invented

Tiny Bacteria-Powered 'Windfarm' for Your Phone?

Engineered 'Sand' May Help Cool Electronic Devices

Graphene-Infused Packaging Is a Million Times Better at Blocking Moisture

Electricity Generated With Water, Salt and a 3-Atoms-Thick Membrane

Indestructible Bridges Could Be Reality, Thanks to Nature-Inspired 'Form-Finding'
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on August 08, 2016, 10:02:33 am
Japan is about to test out plans for a real-life space elevator

New high-temperature device captures a broader solar wavelength spectrum, improves solar cell efficiency

Lab-Grown Meat

Solar-powered desalination device for rural India (with electrodialysis reversal which uses 25 to 70 percent less energy than RO)

Drone can detect and detonate land mines

Trucks Can Make Delivery Drones a Reality

Tiny ‘Atomic Memory’ Device Could Store All Books Ever Written

The sounds of dead languages brought to life using statistics in a revolutionary new way

Harvesting water from air with less energy (uses a liquid desiccant to first separate the vapor from air and then cool only the vapor)

Could vertical take-off electric planes replace cars?

A crawling robot from sea slug parts and a 3-D printed body

New way of deriving hydrogen from grass for green energy

Super-hard metal ‘four times tougher than titanium’ (by melting together titanium and gold)

Snowden Designs a Device to Warn if Your iPhone’s Radios Are Snitching

Has Beijing found a solution to smog?

Solar plane makes history after completing round-the-world trip

Bacteria made to turn sewage into clean water – and electricity

Norway to build world’s first floating underwater traffic tunnels

World’s First Electric Highway in Sweden

China built elevated bus that straddles traffic

Batteries: organic molecules that can store energy in flow batteries

Earthquake-resilient pipeline

Solar powered device that extracts water and fertilizer from urine used to make beer

Molten storage and thermophotovoltaics offer new solar power pathway

Students build the world's lightest electric paraglider trike

New age for airships calls for new age in repairs

New method for making green LEDs enhances their efficiency and brightness
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on August 22, 2016, 11:51:58 pm
13-Year-Old Creates Cheap Energy Harvesting Device for free electricity
2016-02-18, KTVN News

Videos show Gerard Morin Unlocked Tesla's RF Secret on Free Energy

The Thai village using poop to power homes

To Clean Up An Oil Spill, Light a Fire Tornado

A new wireless hack can unlock 100 million Volkswagens by keyless entry system

China is developing hypersonic spaceplane

Someone Invented This Head Hammock So We Can Finally Fall Asleep On Planes [or trains or buses]

Traveling to Mars with immortal plasma rockets

New “Bionic” Leaf Is Roughly 10 Times More Efficient Than Natural Photosynthesis

New method for generating superstrong magnetic fields

19 Year Old Creator of chatbot that beat 160,000 parking fines now tackling homelessness

Improved Perovskite Solar Cells

Cheaper, More Powerful Electric Car Batteries Are on the Horizon

Offshore wind may be even more powerful than expected in the Northeast

Material for Polymer Solar Cells May Lend Itself to Large-Area Processing

Gadget Grabs More Solar Energy to Disinfect Water Faster

Solid Batteries Improve Safety

Researchers Resolve a Problem That Has Been Holding Back a Technological Revolution with Nanotubes

New Bendable Concrete Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger and More Durable

Faster Method of Rebuilding Destroyed Homes

Fungus Charges Lithium-Ion Batteries

Low-power always-on camera with gesture recognition

Giant helium-filled airship Airlander takes off for first time

Self-driving Uber cars to carry passenger soon in Pittsburgh, PA

Sponge creates steam using ambient sunlight

China receives first data batch from unique 'hack-proof' quantum satellite

China opens world's highest and longest glass bottomed bridge

See-through wood stronger than glass
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on September 09, 2016, 09:50:05 pm
Costa Rica celebrates 113 days of 100-percent renewable energy (and counting)

SpaceX gets taker for 1st flight of recycled rocket

Explosion at SpaceX launch pad destroys rocket & Facebook Africa satellite

World's highest and longest glass bridge closes indefinitely 2 weeks after grand opening in China

What a tiny sun-powered water purifier could mean for developing countries

Mind-controlled nanobots could release drugs inside your brain

Solar-powered Pipe desalinizes 1.5 billion gallons of drinking water for California

Blood Left at Scene Can Indicate Criminal’s Age

A Way To Lessen Pollution From Pesticides

Self-driving buses are now on the road in Helsinki

Fish ‘biowaste’ converted to piezoelectric energy harvesters

Can the open hardware revolution help to democratise technology?

An effective and low-cost solution for storing solar energy

World's first self-driving taxis debut in Singapore

Chemists develop promising cheap, sustainable battery for grid energy storage

Hybrid system designed to harvest 'full spectrum' of solar energy

New solar cell is more efficient, costs less than its counterparts

Dubai debuts driverless minibus

New applications for ultracapacitors

Three-wheeled electric vehicle set to go on sale this year

China says it has stealth-defeating quantum radar with single photon detection technology
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on September 24, 2016, 10:42:53 am
Solar Powered Weed Eaters
Brush cutting attachments could probably do some tilling as well

How shipping containers are changing infrastructure

Bloostar: Launching Satellites via Balloon

Amazon's chief Jeff Bezos unveils new rocket design

China launches second space station, Tiangong 2

FAA sees possibility of millions of drones crowding U.S. skies

Expert claims bioenhancements will lead to 'superhumans' in less than 100 years

Stealthy underwater sensor drone for nuclear submarines tested in Russia

This Battery-Free Generator Is Made From Fish Scales

22-year-old student invented mobile fridge

Drones for butterfly conservation

Monkeys can now type at a rate of 12 words per minute on a computer using only their minds

Floating farm could grow food on empty cargo ships

Australians embracing super-human microchip technology

Wireless signals can detect your feelings with new device

The FBI has released their files on Tesla - info on his death ray, ball lightning, and much more

Elon Musk for Tube Travel, L.A. to Frisco in 30 minutes (750 mph)

How China Could Take Over the World's Tech and Automotive Markets
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on October 14, 2016, 01:08:46 pm
Making space rocket fuel from water could drive a power revolution on Earth

13-Year-Old Designs Super-Efficient Solar Array Based on the Fibonacci Sequence
2016-07-15, Popular Science

Japanese engineer creates turbine that harnesses the power of typhoons

Electricity-Generating Windows Could Turn Skyscrapers into Solar Farms

Singapore’s self-driving cars can now be hailed with a smartphone

This AI-written pop song is almost certainly a dire warning for humanity

Coffee-infused foam removes lead from contaminated water

California eyes unusual power source: its gridlocked roads

New “Skinterface” Suit Lets Your Body Feel VR Objects

Beijing’s latest answer to pollution: the Smog Free Tower

New Google Translate tool algorithm reduces errors by 60%

Lightsabers A Reality

how drones will change cities with 30-minute deliveries

Holland’s drone-hunting eagles

Mini companion robot goes on sale for $400 next year

Robot Schoolgirl Becomes Rebelious and Depressed

‘supramolecule’ that could help reduce nuclear, agricultural waste

Silkworms fed carbon nanotubes or graphene produce stronger silk

BMW presents its self-balancing motorcycle of the future

Spacecraft 'nuclear batteries' could get a boost from new materials

Next-generation navigation system uses existing cellular signals, not GPS, will support autonomous vehicle development
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on October 24, 2016, 09:32:53 pm
Augmented-Reality Helmet Could Give Cyclists 360-degree view of the road

South Africa basks in continent’s first solar-powered airport

Terahertz radiation will ‘speed up’ computer memory by a factor of 1000

One-time pollutant, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, or PAHs, may make a better battery to aid wind & solar energy

Real holographic displays

Drones equipped with artificial intelligence for koala conservation

Lithium ion battery for electronic textiles grows back together after breaking

Flooring for renewable energy

Ultralow power transistors could function for years without a battery

New type of computer can solve problems other computers can't

Energy-efficient batteries from silicon in diatomaceous earth

Technology that allows delivery drones to interact with bluetooth devices for in-home delivery
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on November 10, 2016, 05:20:51 pm
Custom superior magnets made with a 3-D printer

Device helps you Hijack irritating Drones

Diamonds Could Store Huge Amounts of Data

Robo-scavengers to clean up contaminated water

Japanese 'origami' cartography: world map accurate in 2D and 3D

Britain’s First (Ocean) Wave Farm to Provide Energy to 6,000 Homes by 2020

Forget Apple: new $20 Quad-Core Computer "Orange" is here

Microsoft Open Sources AI Toolkit

Visitors can vote on AI-generated horror images

Microsoft Sees 3D Future for Everyone

Making energy-harvesting computers reliable

Scientists Can Now Create Holograms from Neutrons, Too

Dutch unveil giant vacuum to clean outside air

Uber is working on a flying car project

Machines can learn how to protect their messages from prying eyes

Lightbulb made of modified E. coli bacteria

New automatic forest fire detection system by using surveillance drones

Robot arms can prepare over 100 meals for you at home

Glasses fool face recognition tech

Self-healing Battery

Fuel from sewage is the future

Airbus to Manufacture Driverless Flying Taxis in 4 Years

Navdy offers smart way to keep drivers connected and not getting lost along the way

New tech uses electricity to track water, ID potential problems in concrete

Artificial-intelligence system surfs web to improve its performance

Smart appliances are vulnerable to remote hacking
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on November 20, 2016, 05:28:58 pm
The Army's Real-Life "Phaser" Would Knock Out a Drone Swarm With One Shot

SpaceX plans worldwide satellite Internet with low latency, gigabit speed

Face electrodes let you taste and chew in virtual reality

Future Computers Made of Genetic Material

Hive Mind Has Allowed One Company to Predict the Future

Build This Electric, Self-Driving Van in 4 Hours

Large-scale wind energy slows down winds and reduces turbine efficiencies

Owl-inspired wing design reduces wind turbine noise by 10 decibels
Title: Re: Technology News
Post by: Luck on December 01, 2016, 10:17:56 pm
Scotland’s Wind Turbines Could Power Almost Every Household for a Month

This new supercapacitor battery lasts for days, charges in seconds

'Gecko legged' micro robots in development for repair of spacecraft

Phone that charges in seconds: UCF scientists bring it closer to reality with flexible supercapacitors

Power generation with nuclear batteries

The ‘fog catchers’ in the Sahara that can make water out of THIN AIR for hundreds of people

Thermoelectric paint enables walls to convert heat into electricity

Google’s DeepMind AI can lip-read TV shows better than a pro

Speech synthesiser translates mouth movements into speech

Megaphone translates statements into multiple vocal languages

Tesla is Powering an Entire Island With Solar Energy

Self-driving farm implements

UChicago startup turns renewable energy into natural gas

Brazil to launch its first nanosatellite to the Moon
Title: Re: 10 Technology News
Post by: Luck on December 10, 2016, 01:19:11 pm
Russian robot preps for Moon Mission

New technology better than fracking could vastly expand oil  reserves

Humans play computer game using only direct brain stimulation

System lets users design and fabricate drones with a wide range of shapes and structures

Wall-jumping robot is most vertically agile ever built

Swiss unveil stratospheric solar plane

First wave of virtual reality cinemas

Controversial New AI Can Tell Whether or Not You’re A Criminal

Africa’s Gigantic Solar Farm Could Soon Be Powering Europe

Nikola’s Futuristic Hydrogen-Powered Semi Is 100% Emissions Free

Revolutionary waterless toilet

Robot aircraft take to British skies

No Electricity? A Low-Tech System Keeps Things Chilled

Japan tests innovative magnetic tether for slowing space junk

Researchers develop pesticide biosensor
Title: Re: 10) Technology News
Post by: Luck on December 20, 2016, 06:34:08 pm
Scientists have created a tiny crystal that can turn darkness into light

Concrete Canvas Shelters '09

Solar is Officially Becoming the Cheapest Form of New Electricity

Ford studies using drones to guide self-driving cars

Hydroelectric engineers find potential in centuries-old iron mine

Giant manned robot can walk and move hands
Title: Re: 10) Technology News
Post by: Luck on December 30, 2016, 01:54:07 pm
Future air conditioning could work by beaming heat into space

Why connecting all the world's robots will drive 2017's top technology trends

Intel experts share insights on tech trends for 2017 and beyond

When will our electricity come from the sea?

2016 was the year solar panels finally became cheaper than fossil fuels. Just wait for 2017

What drives decisions by autonomous vehicles in dire situations?

Myanmar farmers make farm machinery by 3D printing

Avatar-style S. Korean manned robot takes first baby steps

Uber plans self-flying drone taxis to beat city traffic
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Science News
Post by: Luck on January 08, 2017, 03:18:48 pm
MIT makes compressed graphene sponge material that is 20 times less dense than steel but 10 times stronger, light as stryofoam but stronger than steel

Device harvests energy from your moving fingers

Lie-detecting Robot Customs Agent

Solar power at 1¢/kWh by 2025 – “The promise of quasi-infinite and free energy is here”

Anti-surveillance clothing to hide wearers from facial recognition software

Turning memory chips into processors

Diamonds for GPS

UPDATE: Chemists Accidentally Created a Battery That Could Last a Lifetime by coating gold nanowires with a manganese dioxide shell

Georgia Tech Climatologist Chooses 'Career Suicide' to Keep Her 'Scientific Integrity'

New state of water discovered

Astronomers observe new double-ringed galaxy 'unlike anything seen before'

Fast radio burst tied to distant dwarf galaxy, and perhaps magnetar

India plans to launch over 100 satellites in single mission

Huge planet hurling comets to their doom in nearby solar system

Spectacular collision of suns will create new star in night sky in 2022

Why Newton Believed a Comet Caused Noah’s Flood

Sun May Be Tearing Asteroids Apart

Proof of a 70-year-old hypothesis of magnetism

Ancient City Emerges in a Remote Rain Forest

Mari, Syria Is The Oldest Known Planned City in the World

How and when were the Americas populated? 16,000 BP? [The evidence found can't be over 5,000 years old, since the flood buried or removed surface material then]

Humans lived on the Tibetan Plateau during the last ice age – 7,000 years earlier than previously thought [No, the plateau didn't exist till 4,400 BP]

This 3,500-Year-Old Greek Tomb Upended What We Thought We Knew

3-D images reveal features of Martian polar ice caps

New, extremely rare galaxy

Dozens of new ultra-diffuse galaxies discovered in Abell 2744

Observations cast new light on cosmic microwave background [same old BS]

The mystery of part-time pulsars

The elements of life mapped across the Milky Way by SDSS/APOGEE

The case of the 'missing link' neutron star [Pulsars are plasma, not neutrons]

Solar storms could spark soils [electrically] at moon's poles
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 15, 2017, 02:07:36 pm
Drones inspired by insects could keep flying even when damaged

MIT scientists develop super-light, super-strong structure

All Dutch Trains Now Run on 100% Wind Power

Summer solar heat for the winter

88-year-old Saskatoon man makes cheap knitting machine

Pentagon successfully tests micro-drone swarm

Amazon's 'Mothership': Retailer Gets Patent for Mega-Drone

Researchers use nature's weaving formula to engineer advanced functional materials

This three-mile-high skyscraper design is coated in self-cleaning material that eats smog

Mars should have loads more water – so where has it all gone?

[Faulty?] Observations cast new light on cosmic microwave background

[Pretent] Evidence of supermassive black holes found in neighbouring galaxies

Colliding stars will light up the night sky in 2022

The night sky might have a new, bright ‘star’ in five years

Solar storms could spark soils at moon’s poles

Levitating Lunar dust particles can travel across vast regions of the moon via static electricity

In a Few Billion Years Will Our Planet Still Be Around?

The Milky Way’s Most Distant Stars May Be Stolen Goods

How Old Is the Moon? Scientists Say They Finally Know [but they obviously don't]

Many tiny moons came together to form our moon?

An asteroid just flew by Earth about 50% the distance to the moon, and we barely saw it coming

A star heading this way could knock millions of asteroids towards Earth

The Milky Way’s black hole [or else something real] is spewing out planet-size ‘spitballs’

Black holes hide in our cosmic backyard [just like fairies]

Humans Are Made of Stardust a new survey of 150,000 stars shows

How a moon slows the decay of Pluto’s atmosphere

NASA has discovered gigantic ice towers on Pluto, standing 500 metres tall

Could Dark Streaks in Venus’ Clouds Be Microbial Life?

[Imaginary] Dark matter still missing [probably all disappeared into nonexistent black holes]

Our Sun May Have Snatched Planet 9 From Outside the Solar System [not to mention the rest]

Scientists close in on the true mass of the Milky Way

Outflowing gas in ultraluminous galaxies

Struggle to escape distant galaxies creates giant halos of scattered photons

Asymmetric structure in the supermassive "black hole" at the galaxy's center

Astronomers discover molecular and atomic clouds associated with a superbubble in LMC [small galaxy near us]

What role do supermassive black holes play when galaxies merge? [Since they don't exist, maybe none]

Hubble gazes into a "black hole" of puzzling lightness

Hubble Spies Exocomets Diving into Young Star

The weakest solar cycle in a century

Mystery object spotted in Cygnus A Galaxy

Scientists have outlined an 8-page plan to fix what's wrong with science [Actually makes sense: free papers, replace peer review ...]

Physicists able to 'squeeze' light to cool microscopic drum below quantum limit

New expedition to probe Mariana trench

Scientists now warn of new Ice Age as temperatures plummet -80°F in Russia

Ancient Italian Stonehenge accidentally discovered by group of friends

2,300-Year-Old Sword Unearthed in China is Still Sharp

Ancient city dating back more than 2,000 years found in China

Ancient Maya developed super highways network more than 1,000 years ago

Scientists investigate what nearly destroyed the Great Barrier Reef 125,000 years ago [make that 5,000 years ago]

Ancient human disturbances may skew understanding of Amazon and its impact

Exploration of Stonehenge tunnel given green light

Dozens of Tombs and Mysterious Crocodile Skeleton Found in Egypt

Swedish archaeologists discover 12 ancient Egyptian cemeteries near Aswan

3,400-year-old wooden box is linked to Pharaoh Amenhotep II
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 22, 2017, 04:05:08 pm
Robotics engineer is pioneering the use of robotics for first responders

Faster recharging batteries possible

AI still a major concern despite scientific assurances

NASA to explore space rock worth 10,000 quadrillion

Chinese 'hack-proof' quantum communication satellite put into service

Wet, green Sahara 5000 to 11,000 years ago

Ancient tree rings suggest sunspot cycles similar to the one observed in more modern times

NASA image shows vast ‘hole’ spreading across the solar surface

Astronomers have spotted a massive ‘bulge’ in Venus’ atmosphere

Curiosity finds Mars rock that may be a meteorite made from iron

8,500(?)-year-old Silk Found in Chinese Tombs

4,000-year-old pottery and flint tools found near St Andrews could shed light on trade in Neolithic Britain

Sumerians Looked to the Heavens as They Invented the System of Time

Aboriginal Australians co-existed with the megafauna for at least 17,000 years [very doubtful]

Stalagmites in dry corridor suggest Amazonia maintained forests during the last [and only] ice age

Flesh-eating disease among ruins of ancient lost ‘City of the Monkey God’

Megalodon Met Its Demise When Its Prey Went Extinct [in the Great Flood]

A universe of 2 trillion galaxies

Ammonia emission from the center of our galaxy

Dimming of binary star

Galaxy murder mystery

ALMA reveals sun in new light

A tale of two pulsars' tails

Mars rover Curiosity examines possible mud cracks

A catalog of habitable zone exoplanets

Observations of Ceres indicate that asteroids might be camouflaged

The evolution of massive galaxy clusters
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 29, 2017, 06:02:08 pm
Plans for world’s first ‘floating city’ unveiled: Radical designs could be built in the Pacific Ocean in 2019

Return of incandescent light bulbs as MIT makes them more efficient than LEDs

Paper that can survive Hell or high water

Scientists develop 'world's most powerful' laser

Carolina Bays are shock liquefaction impact features from hypersonic ice boulders launched from glacial ice sheet by cosmic impact at Younger Dryas

Synthetic DNA paves way for creation of entirely new life forms

New science says DNA begins as a quantum wave form

An asteroid is about to slip between Earth and the moon — the second near miss in 3 weeks

Mars 'Curiosity' encounters potential metal meteorite

Ice age [one-time] cycles linked to orbital periods and sea ice

Study relates Atlantic hurricane frequency to sunspot activity

One of the brightest distant galaxies known discovered

Something hit an asteroid and broke it apart, sending chunks of rock falling to Earth as meteorites since before the time of the dinosaurs

Isotopic similarities seen in materials that formed Earth, moon

Similar-looking ridges on Mars have diverse origins

Rapid gas flares discovered in white dwarf [ring] star for the first time

Debating how to classify a beautiful galaxy, NGC 4861

Green Glow from Ancient Galaxies Surprises Scientists

Milky Way galaxy lighter than previous estimates

Something Silent But Deadly Is Killing Galaxies: ram-pressure [gas] stripping

Unusual Ancient Bits of Rock from Vesta & Friends

Exotic black holes caught turning into a superfluid

We Just Found New Evidence of Water on Mars

The Great Wall of India: 80km ‘diwaal’ is an ancient mystery no one knew about

ASU scientist finds advanced geometry no secret to prehistoric architects in US Southwest
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 05, 2017, 04:53:51 pm
A mathematician says he’s found a system that could stop tsunamis in their tracks

Cheap carbon ‘roses’ pull radioactivity from water

Genetically modified, bionic, dragonfly drones will help with pollination

Ultimate solar-powered water purifier

Heat from the Sun Can Keep Us All Cool

Pedal power revival in China with bike-share apps

Researchers confirm the existence of a 'lost continent' under Mauritius in Indian Ocean

Young Age Creationism contribution to science

Scientists have filmed a ‘sonic boom’ of light for the first time

'Rotten Egg' death star: Hubble captures spectacular images of nebula's violent transformation

An extragalactic void is shoving our Milky Way galaxy from behind

Solar winds might be carrying oxygen from Earth to the moon

Earth's water may have originally been formed deep within its mantle

Radioisotope dating technique flawed suggest new study

Cosmic dust that formed our planets traced to giant stars

Both push and pull drive our galaxy's race through space

Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope discovers the most extreme blazars yet

Stars in the halo of the Milky Way often travel in groups

Research finds evidence of 2 billion years of volcanic activity on Mars

Experiments suggest red spot on Pluto may have come about from impact that formed Charon

Asteroid Triggered Freezing Darkness That Killed Dinos

Clingy Alien Planets May Fling Their Moons Out of Orbit

Earth’s water must have arrived here earlier than we thought

James Cameron links find of bronze-age anchors to lost city of Atlantis
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 12, 2017, 11:11:24 pm
Electric vehicle market is poised for rapid growth

Scientists Have Turned Cooking Oil Into a Material 200 Times Stronger Than Steel

New way to print on paper using light

“Better Way” to Produce Renewable Hydrogen

New eco-battery that runs on seawater

Protecting bulk power systems from hackers

Russian scientists developing best ever invisibility cloak

Silicon will blow lithium batteries out of the water says Adelaide firm

Digital contact lens that is blink powered & records video

Closest Earthlike Planet May Get Robot Visitors; Here's How

Cause of noises made by meteors found

7500-year-old solar event recorded in tree rings

Red dwarf flares jeopardize habitability of planet Proxima b

Move over Jupiter: Saturn acts equally as Earth's bodyguard from planetoids

Curiosity rover sharpens paradox of ancient Mars (Update)

A bridge of stars connects two dwarf galaxies

Planets of red dwarf stars may face oxygen loss in habitable zones

Saturn’s rings could contain millions of ‘moonlets’, new Nasa images reveal

Asteroids Are Flying Past Earth More Often Than Usual

Scientists record breach in magnetic field

Hidden Flares on Far Side of the Sun Blasting Gamma Rays to Earth Near Speed of Light [Gamma rays are light; why wouldn't they go light speed?]

Curiosity rover sharpens paradox of ancient Mars [Saturn Theory may solve]

Sun’s rotation is slowed down by its own photons

What happened to the sun over 7,000 years ago? [Or did it happen to Earth?]

Matter-antimatter asymmetry confirmed in baryons

Baltic hunter-gatherers began farming without influence of migration, ancient DNA suggests

Hundreds of ancient earthworks resembling Stonehenge found in Amazon rainforest

Earth’s water may have originally been formed deep within its mantle, study shows

Why Noses Are Missing from Many Egyptian Statues

Cow carved in stone paints picture of Europe’s early human culture
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 19, 2017, 09:23:59 pm

Scientists just found a new way to farm biofuel-producing algae, and it’s 10x faster than before

New engineered material can cool roofs, structures with zero energy consumption

We finally have a computer that can survive the surface of Venus

An Exhaust Pipe Device Turns Vehicle Exhaust Into Printing Ink

Scientists [actually their workers] Drill into Volcano to Harness its Energy

You Can Now Pre-Order a Flying Car and Have It Delivered by 2018

This Startup Uses A Particle Accelerator To Make Solar Panels Much, Much Cheaper

Technology puts 'touch' into long-distance relationships [This should be revolutionary]

Wireless power transmission safely charges devices anywhere within a room

Bulletproof origami shield to protect law enforcement [what about us?]

Amazonian Geoglyphs May Be Remnants of a Lost Civilization

Luxury Homes and Underfloor Heating Were a Part of Life in the Roman Province of Britannia

The Secret that Enabled Roman Roads to Withstand the Passage of Time


Beginnings of supernova seen for the first time

Huge 1.8 million km2 reservoir of melting carbon under Western United States

Major fault under Ventura CA could cause severe earthquake & tsunami damage

Earth's magnetic field strength recorded in ancient clay jars

Rare Trojan asteroid discovered along the orbit of Uranus

New Zealand may be part of a submerged continent

The Solar Minimum, Earthquakes and Coming Mini Ice Age - and What to Expect

Gene drives: The scientific case for a complete & perpetual ban

Comet's trip past Earth offers first in a trio of opportunities

Researchers determine that planetary collision can form a moon large enough for Kepler to detect

Scientists observe first planet-induced stellar pulsations

[VERY URGENT: PREP FOR MINI ICE AGE] Astronomers propose a cell phone search for galactic fast radio bursts

Missing stars in the solar neighbourhood reveal the sun's speed and distance to the centre of the Milky Way galaxy

NASA-funded website lets public search for new nearby worlds

Research team finds radial acceleration relation in all common types of galaxies

Mystery radiation ‘clouds’ may pose risk to air travellers

First nuclear explosion helps test theory of moon’s formation

Mars Was Recently Hit by a Meteorite ‘Shotgun’ Blast

White-Dwarf Pulsar First Ever Discovered –“Electromagnetic Field is One Billion Times More Powerful than Earth’s”
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 26, 2017, 05:38:39 pm

Disney develops wireless electricity

Honda wants to charge electric vehicles dynamically for unlimited range on highways - "invisible train tracks for EVs to use and potentially drive continuously by wirelessly charging"

Humans Can Now “Print” Genetic Code and Engineer Life

Sound waves could take a tsunami down a few notches [I thought timed explosives could work too]

Creating computers that use 10,000 times less energy

Brussels to Transform Industrial Site Into Vertical Forest

New method uses heat flow to levitate variety of objects


Most scientists 'can't replicate studies by their peers'

Asteroid 2017 DG16 to fly by Earth at 0.34 LD - 5th known NEA to flyby Earth within 1 lunar distance since January 8, 2017

Rare nebula, ELAN discovered - No obvious source of power for the light it is emitting

Silicon dioxide crystals at Earth's core provide insights into energy source of magnetic field [It's probably much denser than SiO2]

An Enormous Exoplanet Is Having a Strange Influence on Its Star

New delta Scuti: Rare pulsating star 7,000 light years away is 1 of only 7 in Milky Way

Planet Nine breakthrough as astronomers find asteroids that may have been victims of a ‘smash and grab’ by mysterious body

New Evidence for the Strange Idea that the Universe Is a Hologram

Greece displays ‘7,000-year-old archaeological enigma’ carved granite

Skull Similarities Suggest Multiple Migrations into South America

400 million year old gigantic extinct monster worm discovered in Canadian museum

Thousands of horsemen may have swept into Bronze Age Europe, transforming the local population

Dating the Milky Way's disc

Surprising dunes on comet Chury

Lowest-frequency accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar found

New Mars research shows evidence of a complex mantle beneath the Elysium volcanic province
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 05, 2017, 09:38:29 pm

Predicting avalanches with self-driving car technology

Scientists solve puzzle of turning graphite into diamond

Brain imaging headband measures how our minds align when we communicate

Augmented reality lets cars communicate to reduce road rage

‘Good vibration’ hand pumps boost Africa’s water security

Foliage-penetrating ladar technology may improve border surveillance

Get ready for robots with human flesh


Musk's SpaceX Will Send Two Private Citizens On A Trip Around The Moon In 2018

"Peer Reviewed:" Science Losing Credibility As Large Amounts Of Research Shown To Be False

Strange life forms found in giant, underground crystals

Fossil trove discovery hints at quick recovery following end-Permian mass extinctions, challenging conventional thinking

Asteroid 2017 EA flew past Earth at 0.05 LD - 7th, and closest, known NEA to flyby Earth within 1 lunar distance since January 9, 2017

New research on solar storms reveal surprising removal of electrons from large portions of Earth's atmosphere

New Comet: C/2017 E1 (Borisov)

Stars align in test supporting “spooky action at a distance”

Friction in the vacuum?

Astronomers propose a cell phone search for galactic fast radio bursts

Mars More Earth-like than moon-like

Crystals at the Earth’s Core Power its Magnetic Field

The greatest danger asteroids pose to us is not from the impact

Spontaneous ‘dust traps’: missing link in planet formation

Did You Known That Baboons Were Trained in Ancient Egypt to Catch Criminals?

Puzzling Stone Age Labyrinth Discovered in Denmark

Mysterious Druid Tunnel Network Mapped in Scotland

Evidence of Ancient Megalithic Culture in Massachusetts

Scientists find answer to Ice Age’s Laurentide paradox
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 12, 2017, 04:50:22 pm

Existence of a new quasiparticle demonstrated [with sleight of hand?]

Super-fast form of computer that ‘grows as it computes’

Your Next Teacher Could Be a Robot [Can't be much worse than human teachers]

AI tools to help prevent suicide

Researchers store computer operating system and short movie on DNA

Storing data on a single atom becoming possible

This house was 3D-printed in just 24 hours

Reprintable Paper Becomes a Reality

A Student Spent $700 to Make His Car Drive Itself

Researchers create a supersolid that is both crystalline and superfluid

First images of Hyperloop One 'train of the future'

SpaceX to fly two tourists around Moon in 2018


P-T mass extinction was due to an ice age [Nope, global flood]

Indicators show potatoes can grow on Mars

Unusual back to back storms engulfing Mars

Saturn's moon Pan looks like lumpy flying saucer in closest-ever photos

Warped Cygnid meteor showers hit Earth at all angles

Some Active Process is Cracking Open These Faults on Mars. But What is it?

NASA Considers Magnetic Shield to Help Mars Grow Its Atmosphere

How a mineral found in Martian meteorites may provide clues to ancient abundance of water

Rare triplet of high-energy neutrinos detected from an unknown source

Synthetic biology to help colonize Mars

Young stars in old star clusters

Why the discovery of a bevy of quasars will boost efforts to understand galaxies' origins

DNA clues to why woolly mammoth died out

Intriguing Burials, Artifacts Unearthed at Ancient Egyptian/Nubian Site

4,000-year-old structure with mysterious engravings discovered in Galilee

Mysterious Ancient Staircase to Nowhere Found in Cambodia

Ancient palace reportedly discovered under shrine destroyed by ISIS

Ancient ‘Atlantis’ alloy recovered from 2,600yo shipwreck
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 19, 2017, 02:47:40 pm

Meet RAMBO, the Army's new 3D-printed grenade launcher

Robot ‘Telepathy’ Could Make Self-Driving Cars Safer

Scientists May Be a Step Closer to Creating Solar-Fueled Vehicles

Chemists create molecular ‘leaf’ that collects and stores solar power without solar panels

Space energy technology restored to make power stations more efficient

Scientists Want to Build a Super-Fast, Self-Replicating Computer That “Grows as It Computes”

Liquid fuel for future computers

Wi-fi on rays of light—100 times faster, and never overloaded


Long Before Trees Overtook the Land, Earth Was Covered by Giant Mushrooms

NASA is Going to Create The Coldest Spot in the Known Universe

New Comet: C/2017 E4 (LOVEJOY)

Russia kicks off high-tech and science week sharing knowledge of experts with students across the country

Transposable genetic elements could put evolutionary theory into question

Auroras affect sat-nav systems due to unknown mechanism

NASA's Cassini detects heat of ocean on Saturn moon Enceladus

Starquakes reveal star birth surprises: 70% of the red giant stars in clusters strongly aligned

Planetary scientists are discovering volcanoes everywhere they look [That's because planets contain electrical double layers, which cause volcanoes, earthquakes etc]

Another giant asteroid is about to brush by Earth [a couple days ago]

NASA scientists reveal how 'spiders' grow on Mars

NASA unveils incredible high-def image of layered Martian crater

Thunderbolts Space News: Another "Impossible" Neutron Star

Excavation of 14,000[?]-yo mammoth reveals new information on ancient humans

We might be able to make Mars habitable

Water-rich history on Mars: New evidence

Within 3 Years, We Could Have Private Space Stations Orbiting the Moon

Discovery of tiny moon completes the set for worlds past Neptune

Prehistoric humans mined metal 12,000[?] years ago

DNA scientists claim that Cherokees are from the Middle East

The Silk Road Could Be Thousands of Years More Ancient Than We Realised

How a toxic debate over the first Americans hobbled science for decades

Evidence of people on Bragg land NC goes back over 14,000[?] years

Aboriginal DNA study reveals 50,000[?]-year story of sacred ties to land

Astronomers discover 16 new high-redshift quasars

Meridional wind on Venus was detected for the first time in both hemispheres

Protostar blazes bright, reshaping its stellar nursery

Relativistic electrons uncovered with NASA's Van Allen Probes

Astronomers observe a dying red giant star's final act

Hubble discovery of runaway star yields clues to breakup of multiple-star system
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 26, 2017, 07:42:16 pm


Turning food waste into tires

New Tool to Stop ISIS From Trafficking Artifacts: A Liquid Tracking Device

Researchers create self-sustaining bacteria-fueled power cell

Pacific Hyperloop wants to take you from Seattle to Portland in 15 minutes

Counter-drone systems emerge in new aerial frontier

Engineers develop inexpensive bio-friendly material that generates electricity through thermoelectric process involving heat and cold air

US Navy test fires futuristic railgun

Water filter from wood offers portable, eco-friendly purification in emergencies

German scientists test 'artificial sun'


The Sun has been blank for two weeks straight

Lunar impact event sighted

So-called Black holes and super-cooled helium atoms follow same physics law

Sting operation reveals science's insane fake news problem

Supersonic plasma jets discovered in Earth's atmosphere

A monster black hole [or not] has been kicked from its galactic core in a bizarre cosmic collision

Purest, most massive brown dwarf discovered by astronomers

Scientists create a self-propelling liquid

New Mars photo shows countless worm-like dunes on red planet

Weird Asteroid Split in Half and Grew Glowing Dust Tails

Briny Ice Oozes in Dwarf Planet Ceres’ Ice Volcanoes

Machine Walking With Venus’ Wind

Enceladus’ south pole is warm under the frost

Mars, The Ringed Planet?

Common Tools or Ancient Advanced Technology? How Did the Egyptians Bore Through Granite?

Two New Scientific Papers Suggest a Catastrophic Extraterrestrial Impact Event Occurred 12,000 Years Ago
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 02, 2017, 10:21:51 pm

Photonics breakthough paving the way for improved wireless communication systems

Special glasses give people superhuman colour vision

Bricklaying robot that builds walls six times faster than a human

Elon Musk launches Neuralink, a venture to merge the human brain with AI

Drip-free wine bottle

Artificial photosynthesis

First zero-emissions hydrogen train

Flying taxis coming to Singapore

Dramatic improvement in 3-D printing for home use

Turning mammalian cells into complex biocomputers

Renewable energy has robust future in much of Africa

Japan scientist eyes energy burst from 'typhoon turbine'


Physicists prove that it’s impossible to cool an object to absolute zero

UK's top universities producing hundreds of fake research studies

Causes of space weather: Planetary waves, first found on Earth, discovered on sun

Asteroid discovered March 25th came closer to the Earth than the moon

Mysterious X-ray flash baffles astronomers

Flecks of Extraterrestrial dust

Urine Could Help Astronauts Grow Food in Space

Thousands of people could live in space colonies orbiting the Earth in 20 years

Gravitational wave kicks monster black hole out of galactic core [*#%@$]

Giant magnetic fields in the universe

Asteroid Impacts Spawned Colossal 500-Foot-High Tsunamis in Mars’ Ancient Oceans

Less radiation in inner Van Allen belt than previously believed

Martian Shield Volcano Arsia Mons Was Last Active 50 Million Years Ago hohum

There’s Mysteriously Large Amounts of Methane on Mars

A Nearby Star Could Be Among The Largest Ever

Distant galaxies lack dark matter [so does the universe]

More Unusual Light Curves from Kepler

The electric sands of Titan act like clingy packing peanuts

NuSTAR probes puzzling galaxy merger

Subaru telescope detects shadow of gas cloud in ancient proto-supercluster

Wrong-way asteroid plays 'chicken' with Jupiter

Satellite galaxies at edge of Milky Way coexist with dark matter

Expanding super bubble of gas detected around massive black holes in the early universe

Speeding star gives new clues to breakup of multi-star system

Search for stellar survivor of a supernova explosion

New MAVEN findings reveal how Mars' atmosphere was lost to space

Egyptian ritual images from the Neolithic period

UofSC discovery of widespread platinum may help solve Clovis people mystery

Art Relics Shed Light on Mysterious Ancient India Civilization

Earth’s lost history of planet-altering eruptions revealed

Explaining a ‘once-in-a-billion-year event’: A perfect storm of fire and ice may have led to snowball Earth

After Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact, Life Re-Emerged Quickly

Get Lost in Mega-Tunnels Dug by South American Megafauna
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 10, 2017, 10:55:03 am

Scientists Have Invented a Graphene-Based Sieve That Turns Seawater Into Drinking Water

The Star Wars Superlaser possible

Device produces hydrogen peroxide for water purification

Ridding the oceans of plastics by turning the waste into valuable fuel

‘Pooper-scooper’ drone

AI Learns to Read Sentiment Without Being Trained to Do So

DNA double helix structures crystals for nanomaterials

Fern-inspired electrode could boost solar power by 3000 percent

Interactive tombstones with video, photo content now available

New efficiency record for low-cost solar cell

Innovative sensor can screen toxic drugs and more


Antarctic glacier 'melted JUST as fast LONG before human carbon emissions'

Deranged Dating: Cometary Carbon-14

'Disturbances' in Saturn's rings snapped by Cassini

Interactive graphic reveals the path of every major meteor shower

3 solar flares in 24hrs

Amazon CEO selling $1B stock to fund space flights for wealthy travelers

Ancient literature can help predict future solar storms

Epic star birth captured in stunning images

Japanese scientists plan on using giant undersea drill to reach Earth's mantle

Solar Probe Plus Will ‘Touch’ The Sun

Four Candidates For Planet 9 Located

Rogue asteroid orbits the wrong way around the sun

Physicists show ion pairs perform enhanced ‘spooky action’

This Strange Light Particle Behaviour Challenges Our Understanding of Quantum Theory

Ancient Egyptian tomb found containing 3,800-year-old mummy

Extremely Rare Alabaster Statue of Queen Tiye Found in Egyptian Funerary Temple

Egypt finds remains of 3,700-year-old pyramid

Amazing Crystal Weapons Discovered Within 5,000-Year-Old Megalithic Tomb in Spain

Steppe migrant thugs pacified by Stone Age farming women

The first people who populated the Americas

In Ice Age Indonesia, People Were Making Jewelry and Art

Prehistoric cannibalism not just driven by hunger

Researchers Reveal the Pretty Face of a Woman Who Lived 13600 Years Ago

New DNA research shows true migration route of early farming in Europe 8,000 years ago

Oldest tooth filling was made by an Ice Age dentist in Italy
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 16, 2017, 11:39:57 pm

New method for 3-D printing extraterrestrial materials

Artificial biofilm increases energy production in microbial fuel cells

Researchers capture excess photon energy to produce solar fuels

Pot Breathalyzer Hits the Street

How I Made My Own iPhone -in China

SpaceX to launch VR camera into space, bringing the astronaut experience to all

Tesla and Panasonic Introduce Sleeker Solar Panels

Could Moon Miners Use Railguns to Launch Ore into Space?

Üo -innovative 360° scooter that rides on a ball

DIY Lego Robot Brings Lab Automation to Students



Ancient Village Discovered on Canada's West Coast Predates the Pyramids

A Swelling Volume Of Scientific Papers Now Forecasting Global Cooling In The Coming  Decades

MAVEN has spotted iron, magnesium and sodium ions high up in Mars' atmosphere

Physicists Discover an Unexpected Force Acting on Nanoparticles in a Vacuum

Five reasons blog posts are of higher scientific quality than journal articles

'Great Cold Spot' discovered in Jupiter's atmosphere

NASA's Hubble sees intense auroras on Uranus

Stars: Electrically connected and externally powered (video)

Saturn's moon Enceladus may support alien life

For first time ever, astronomers image black something using observatories on three continents to form telescope array

UAE launches space program to boost colonization of Mars by 2021

Asteroid as big as the Rock of Gibraltar to streak past earth on April 19

Possible joint Russia-US mission to Venus takes shape

Satellite galaxies at edge of Milky Way coexist with dark electrical matter

Scientists Are Getting Closer to Understanding Where All the Antimatter Has Gone

Eruptions on the sun trigger surprising phenomenon near Earth

The Surface of Saturn’s Titan is Electrically Charged

New Evidence Shows We Might Have Gotten Cosmic Evolution Entirely Wrong

Is Matter Conscious? Why the central problem in neuroscience is mirrored in physics
[Nothing can exist outside of consciousness]

Astronomers identify purest, most massive brown dwarf

Astronomers take a closer look at a young circumbinary disk

Scientists measure brightness of the universe with NASA's New Horizons spacecraft

Project brings Milky Way's ionized hydrogen into focus

Researchers capture first 'image' of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

Scientists Still Don’t Know Where Did Chief Joseph Get His Mesopotamian Tablet?

Mimicking an impact on Earth’s early atmosphere yields all 4 RNA bases

3,700-year-old pyramid discovered near Cairo was probably already excavated 60 years ago

Bushmen Painted Earliest Rock Art in Southern Africa 5,000 Years Ago
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 18, 2017, 11:51:26 pm
TECH UPDATE (Continued from Sunday)

Drones Built Like Squishy Bugs Won't Break When They Crash

This Ball-Balancing Segway Clone Uses Physics to Safely Scoot You Around

Best New Gadgets

World's Blackest Material Now Comes in a Spray Can

Hoverboarder Over Atlantic Ocean

210 Mph! Electric Plane Beats Speed Record

Real Flying Car Will Be Available for Preorder This Year
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 23, 2017, 10:43:38 pm

Find info on both new and used cars, car reviews, industry news, auto shows, local car dealerships, glossary of terms, and savvy auto advice

Scientists have invented a dryer that can dry clothes in half the time without heat

New infrared-emitting device could allow energy harvesting from waste heat

Proposal for Trump’s border ‘wall’ that’s actually a $15 billion hyperloop

Researchers link robots into surveillance teams

Computers Create Recipe for Two New Magnetic Materials

New Window Screens Filter Pollution from Air

Scientific advance for cool clothing

By listening to optical ‘noise,’ researchers discover new way to track hidden objects

Handheld translator

Mobile sensing system could give couples the power to anticipate each other's emotional states, adapt behavior

Dark secret of AI technology is No one knows how it works

'Flying car' nails vertical take-off


Universe's highest electric current found in cosmic jet 2bn light yrs away (Old News)

Physicists Say They’ve Created a Fluid With ‘Negative Mass’; it moves opposite the way it's pushed

"Heavily eroded" Mars mesa landform surrounded by wild-looking sand dunes and a sea of puzzling secondary craters

Mega-fracking using massive volumes of water triggered earthquake swarms in British Columbia

Rare type Ia supernova

Dramatic landslides on Ceres

Earth [shadow-side] from a billion miles away

New atmospheric phenomenon discovered by SWARM satellites

Sun’s[?] UV Light Helped Spark Life

First ‘image’ of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

When the Sun Turns Off the Lights

Saturn’s Bizarre ‘UFO Moons’

Mysterious ‘Sterile’ Neutrinos May Not Exist

There’s still a lot we don’t know about the proton

Forget About Terraforming Mars. Here’s Why

‘Gibraltar-sized’ space rock passes Earth

Supermassive black hole thingies found in two tiny galaxies

First clear image made of accretion disk surrounding young star

New look at 2004's martian hole-in-one site

Bushmen Painted Earliest Rock Art in Southern Africa 5,000 Years Ago

The terrifying tsunami that devastated Britain 8,000 years ago

For two billion years Earth was very different: oxygen was scarce, microbial life ruled, and the sun was much dimmer [as Saturn?]

Megafaunal extinctions driven by too much moisture

Archaeologists Discover 38,000-Year-Old Animal Art

Mummies discovered in ancient tomb near Egypt’s Luxor

World’s largest collection of rock art at risk

Ancient stone carvings confirm how comet struck Earth in 10,950BC, sparking the rise of civilisations
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 30, 2017, 09:31:38 pm

Rechargeable batteries made from recycled glass bottles store four times more energy than traditional ones

Researchers Produce High-Quality Ink from Air Pollution

Cheaper, longer-lasting roads made with recycled plastic

Researchers invent process to make sustainable rubber, plastics

Solar cell design with over 50% energy-conversion efficiency

British inventor takes flight in 'Iron Man' suit

Robotic dog

'Cassini' captures 'closest look ever' at Saturn

US Marines test 'HyperSub,' machine-gun toting robots and more

Waymo trials free self-driving taxi service in Phoenix

3D-printed titanium parts could save Boeing up to $3 million per plane


New study claims Göbleki Tepe may have been used to record meteor impacts, including Younger Dryas Event in 10890 BC

32,000[more like 4,000]-Year-Old Plant Brought Back to Life—Oldest Yet

US Temperature Data Tampering – Worse Than It Seems

Radiocarbon dating gets a postmodern makeover

Revolutionary method reveals impact of short circuits on battery safety

How Little Ice Age displaced the tropical rain belt

New interactive WA map shows the world hidden beneath the surface

A caterpillar that eats plastic

DNA left in cave soils can reveal ancient human occupants

Unprecedented rise in noctilucent clouds, caused by meteor dust

Ancient stone pillars offer clues of comet strike that changed human history

Cassini, Voyager missions suggest new picture of Sun's interaction with galaxy

Astronomers detect dozens of new quasars and galaxies

'Rejuvenating' pulsar in a neighboring galaxy

'Ageless' silicon throughout Milky Way may indicate a well-mixed galaxy

Sun's eruptions might all have same trigger

First measurements of small-scale ripples in primeval hydrogen gas using rare double quasars

Iranian Sandstorm Uncovers Ancient Lost City maybe from 4,000BC

Ötzi the Iceman froze to death
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Post by: Luck on May 07, 2017, 07:07:21 pm

New chip under development at UTSA extends battery life of electronics

Smart machines to recover lost memories

Closer to a “Hydrogen Economy”

A robot that picks apples

Researchers find more efficient way to make oil from dead trees

'Smart' denim promises touchscreen tech clothes

First test flight of stratospheric solar plane

Shape-changing fog screen invented

First-ever 'moon' bricks for 3D printed lunar colony

Microsoft to progress beyond mobile to mixed reality future where smartphones are dead

Newest secret US spacecraft returns to Earth


Data Analyses Show Rapid Global Surface Cooling, Growing Arctic Ice Thickness

Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria

China to launch own encyclopaedia to rival Wikipedia

Could there be remnants of ancient civilizations in our solar system?

Scientists find vast wave of hot gas rolling through the Perseus galaxy cluster

Cassini captures eerie noise between Saturn's rings

'Cassini' captures Saturn 'movie' in first Grand Finale dive

Scientists measure the mysterious force that makes crystals align

New study suggests meteor showers sparked volcanic eruptions

Stunning Mars 360 video captures mountains, craters and 'beaches' on Red Planet

Huge impact crater discovered near the Falklands Islands

Alarming decrease in oceans' dissolved oxygen level

Massive void in space where no cosmic microwave background radiation is found

‘Dragonfly’ Drone Could Explore Saturn Moon Titan

Microbe Colonies That Grow in Space

Shocked gas in galaxy collisions

Astrophysicists discover a star polluted by calcium

VISTA peeks through the Small Magellanic Cloud's dusty veil

Can the 35,600-[sic]-year-old Art of Altamira Cave be both Witnessed and Preserved?

Mastodon Bone Findings Could Upend Our Understanding of Human History

The Origins of an Ancient Fairy Tale

Egypt: 4,000-year-old funerary garden at tomb entrance
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on May 14, 2017, 08:29:18 pm

Vector successfully launches its micro-satellite with a 3D-printed part

Made In Space reveals the Archinaut, a robot-operated factory in the sky

China’s Surprising Solutions to Clear Killer Air

New technology generates power from polluted air

Every Single Car Sold In India Will Be Electric By 2030

Holographic analysis of Wi-Fi data generates 3-D images of the vicinity

Technology that claims to spot criminals Before they act

Scientists discover massive landforms under Antarctic ice sheet

Proximity of supernovas may cause mass extinctions

Russian system able to pinpoint the location of enemy artillery less than five seconds after firing

Physical keyboards make virtual reality typing easier

Researchers create touchpads with a can of spray paint

Installing solar to combat national security risks in the power grid

Dutch open 'world's largest offshore' wind farm

Experiments show that a few self-driving cars can dramatically improve traffic flow


CERN points giant magnet at the Sun to look for dark matter particles

Museums are turning to virtual reality, apps, and interactive experiences

NASA footage captures sun shooting giant strands of plasma (VIDEO)

What lightning does to rock quantified

Death by asteroid may come in unexpected ways - from gusting winds and shock waves

Mathematics does not rule out 2 dimensions of time

GOES-16 weather satellite captures lightning activity across U.S.

Stephen Hawking among 33 scientists on offensive against critics of popular universe origin inflation theory

Ancient Mars impacts created tornado-like winds that scoured surface

Physicists have ability to control charged molecules with quantum logic

'Feathery' gas clouds swirl over Saturn's moon Titan

Scientists say dinosaurs would've survived if the asteroid struck just seconds later
(Actually, large dinosaurs would have died anyway, because Earth lost atmosphere from the impacts that made large animals partly buoyant. See e.g. Ted Holden's data.)

New research finds mega-quakes can cause Earth's crust to rip open and snap shut

Melting moons could support liveable atmospheres for aeons

Sun’s eruptions might all have same trigger

Oxygen on comet 67P might not be ancient after all

Does Jupiter Have a Solid Core?

Galactic winds slow new star formation

When a brown dwarf is actually a planetary mass object

'Planetary stethoscope' could determine what lies in Europa's global ocean

Waves of lava seen in Io's largest volcanic crater

Scientists investigate debris disk in a nearby planetary system

Latest fast radio burst adds to mystery of their source

Mapping the magnetic bridge between our nearest galactic neighbours

Earth was barren, flat and almost entirely under water 4.4 billion years ago

How the Bantu people surged across two-thirds of Africa

The Lost Iberian Civilization of Los Millares: Was Copper the Secret of its Success?

Ancient Babylonian Tablet Provides Compelling Evidence that the Tower of Babel did Exist

Tomb Drawing Shows Mongoose on a Leash, Puzzling Archaeologists

17,000-Year-Old Sacred Site – Believed to be Gateway to the Underworld – Is Vandalized

Dragon and griffin megaliths ‘dating back 12,000 years to end of Ice Age, or earlier’

Egypt ‘uncovers burial chamber of pharaoh’s daughter’
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Post by: Luck on May 21, 2017, 10:15:26 pm

West Virginia seeks future—without coal

Future of farming? Driverless tractors and drones attempt to grow crops without humans

New method can selectively remove micropollutants from water

Terahertz spectroscopy—the new tool to detect art fraud

The Pacific Ocean Is One Step Closer to Being Almost Totally Debris-Free in five years

China extract 'combustible ice' from the seafloor of the South China Sea

3-D-printed, soft, four legged robot can walk on sand and stone

Self-ventilating workout suit keeps athletes etc cool and dry

How a Helicopter Drone Could Fly on Mars

Plasma jet engines that could take you from the ground to space

Mining the moon for rocket fuel to get us to Mars


Hydrogen Bonds Have Been Directly Detected For The First Time

Algorithm Summarizes Lengthy Text Surprisingly Well

Never-before-seen lava waves on Jupiter's volcanic moon Io

Mysterious flashes of light reflecting off Earth

Comets helped build Earth's atmosphere

Magnetic field detected between magellanic clouds

Astronomers Observe Rare Blank Sun, Warn of Solar Minimum

Newest Cosmic Radio Burst Has Stumped Scientists

Comet 67P Found to Be Producing Its Own Oxygen in Deep Space

Finding Alien Megastructures Around Nearby Pulsars

Mars May Have Been Born in the Asteroid Belt

Two Independent Teams Find Hints of Dark Matter in Space Station Data

Forget Mars—let’s go colonize Titan!

Peering into the heart of planet formation

Movie shows Ceres at opposition from sun

FADO—a ground-breaking tool to reconstruct the history of galaxies

Brown dwarf launches a parsec-scale jet

NASA mission uncovers a dance of electrons in space

ALMA eyes icy ring around young planetary system

Titan's landscape resembles that of Mars, not Earth

40,000-year-old bracelet made by extinct human species found

Ancient-genome study finds Bronze Age ‘Beaker culture’ invaded Britain

Rhinocolura, The City Of Noseless Criminals

Saving Pakistan’s lost city of Mohenjo Daro
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on May 28, 2017, 09:23:02 pm

Google’s New AI Is Better at Creating AI Than the Company’s Engineers

Scientists construct a stable one-dimensional metallic material

A flag into a loudspeaker

Watch this AI drone teach itself how to fly through trial and error

Technology allows shoppers to pay with their faces

Wi-Fi: Photographing people through walls

Augmented reality headsets

Cryptocurrencies could end with a bust, but blockchain technology is here to stay

Chinese online retailer developing one-ton delivery drones

Fighting forgery with paper fingerprints

ALMA provides first complete image of Fomalhaut's debris disk

Martian Sky 'Went Metal' After Meteor Strikes

Thunderbolts Space News: Electric meteors becoming accepted science

Researchers discover extra layer of tectonic plates within Earth's mantle

Volcanic ash from ancient Far East Russia eruption found in Norway - over 3,000 miles away

Events are predicted by the human brain seconds before they happen

Five asteroids will cruise by Earth in the next year, and one is coming very close

Asteroids which could wipe out an entire continent are hidden by the Taurid meteor shower

A giant star named N6946-BH1, which American astronomers have observed for several years, has suddenly disappeared

NASA's Jupiter mission reveals 'brand-new and unexpected' discoveries

17-Year cicadas emerging 4 years early [due to sunspot minimum?]

How hard did it rain on Mars?

Humans Accidentally Made a Space Cocoon For Ourselves Out of Radio Waves

Stars can start shining at a smaller mass than we thought

‘Saddle-shaped’ universe could undermine general relativity

Weird energy beam seems to travel five times the speed of light [probably due to overestimating galactic distances]

Scientists solve mystery of how most antimatter in the Milky Way forms

Tidal tails detected around a distant globular cluster

New planetary object called a "synestia," a huge, spinning, donut-shaped mass of hot, vaporized rock [probably Charles Chandler's Natural Tokamaks, plasma rings]

Binary star composed of two brown dwarfs discovered by microlensing

Largest-ever simulations help uncover the history of the galaxy

Confused by spin, Mars probe failed to brake

Discovered: Fast-growing galaxies from early universe

'Tiny clocks' crystallize understanding of meteorite crashes

Ordovician Mass Extinction May Have Been Triggered by Volcanic Eruptions

Life in the Precambrian may have been much livelier than previously thought

Tool sharpens focus on Stone Age networking in the Middle East

The Everlasting Shoe: What Does This 5,500-Year-old Shoe Found in a Cave Tell Us About Ancient Armenians?

Sacred burial site uncovered in Shrewsbury is over 4,000 years old

Did Dutch hordes kill off the early Britons who started Stonehenge?
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 04, 2017, 10:04:50 pm

Europe's first 'eTree' puts down roots in central France

Air Force cadet creates bulletproof breakthrough

World’s Largest Helium Aircraft Completes Successful Test Flight

A New Power Plant Burns Fossil Fuels Without Any Carbon Emissions

Forget wind turbines: Giant kites flying 300 metres in the air will power more than 5,000 British homes

Harnessing the energy generated when freshwater meets saltwater

RoboCop Will Start Patrolling In Dubai

You Could Be Storing Data in Your DNA in the Next 10 Years

Dutch testing tube unveiled for Hyperloop transport system

Toyota making 'flying car,' luxury boat


Terrain near the south pole of Mars

Quantum tractor beam could tug atoms, molecules

How Far Away is Fusion? Unlocking the Power of the Sun

Researchers develop magnetic switch to turn on and off a strange quantum property

French school is using facial recognition to find out when students aren’t paying attention [for electroshock treatment or Ritalin?]

New impact flash seen on Jupiter

Methane leaks may lead to cooling instead of warming

NASA to release artificial clouds in the sky above Maryland coast

Asteroid strike may have 'tipped axis' of Saturn's moon Enceladus

Mini black hole created in laboratory by world's most powerful X-ray laser

Meteor may have caused unexplained boom that shook Athens

Hundreds of giant ocean bed craters produced by explosive methane seeps

Neuroscientists rewire brain of one species to another

LIGO detects gravitational waves a third time

Construction begins on world’s largest telescope in Chilean desert

‘Halos’ discovered on Mars widen time frame for potential life

‘Extraordinarily Bright’ Mystery Object Spotted in Galaxy Cygnus A

NASA team takes on a new optical challenge—the Lyman Alpha Limit

Giant ringed planet likely cause of mysterious stellar eclipses

Could cold spot in the sky be a bruise from a collision with a parallel universe?

NASA to launch first-ever neutron-star mission

Rover findings indicate stratified lake on ancient Mars

Citizen scientists uncover a cold new world near sun [brown dwarf]

Busting myths of human origin

Genomics tracks migration from lost empires to modern cities

Noah’s Ark discovered? Researchers ‘99.9 per cent certain’ of astonishing Biblical find

Scientists decide to bury 5,000-year-old lost city in Pakistan

Could Ancient Greek Myths Hint at Contact With South America?

Groundbreaking discovery of early civilization in ancient Peru

Archaeologists Uncover Evidence of Luxurious Lifestyle 5,000 Years Ago in Turkey

New Ancient Henge Found in England, This Time with Corpses
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 11, 2017, 05:06:21 pm

Coal as 'Clean' as Natural Gas?

Bacteria may supercharge the future of wastewater treatment

Dutch households will use computers waste heat to heat their showers for free

All Dutch trains now run on 100% wind power

Nanoparticles That Can Communicate With Each Other

Low cost, scalable water splitting fuels the future hydrogen economy

Plasmonics could bring desalination tech

US Air Force announces SpaceX to launch mysterious X-37B 'spaceplane'

Pilotless commercial jetliners coming soon

Turn car plastics into foam with coconut oil [a waste of nutritious oil]

Czech 'GyroDrive' beats flying cars for hybrid licence

Autonomous cars (no human backup) may hit the road next year

Inflatable space habitat

Are Aliens Communicating with Neutrino Beams?


Milky Way Galaxy Resides in Enormous Cosmic Void [in an fantasy expanding universe]

New Comet: C/2017 K4 (ATLAS)

Earth is impacted by meteors often

Mysterious deep hole on Mars

Two new moons discovered around Jupiter, bring total to 69

Threat of asteroid collision on Earth higher than previously thought

Mathematically-based model for a viable time machine

100 million-year-old amber holds tiny feathered chick [in 4,000 year old strata?]

Concept could sustainably meet human resource needs of 'full Earth'

Strange Blackbody Force That Can Both Pull and Push Objects

Huge impact could have smashed early Earth into a doughnut shape

Our galaxy produces 9 trillion kilograms of antimatter a second—how?

Mars Gale Crater Once Had Drinkable Water

Tabby’s Star: a Gigantic Planet or a Planet With Rings

Strange cosmic radio burst pinned down to giant stellar nursery [Charles Chandler said Gamma Ray Bursters & Supernovas Occur during Star Birth]

Looking for Alien Megastructures

The ‘chirp’ of gravitational waves passing through Earth

Study estimates amount of water needed to carve Martian valleys

Past ‘Water Worlds’ of Venus & Mars

ALMA returns to boomerang nebula: Companion star provides chilling power of 'coldest object in the universe'

Mini-flares potentially jeopardize habitability of planets circling red dwarf stars

Meteorites from Moon and Mars show uneven pressures of formation

New confirmation of Einstein's General Theory of Relativity

The largest virtual universe ever simulated

Hubble applauds waltzing brown dwarfs

Failed star orbits a dead star every 71 minutes

Jurassic Park will never exist

Mummy DNA shows that ancients most closely related to people of Israel, Lebanon, and Syria

Subterranean World of Ancient Turkey: Hittites?

Evidence of 4,000-year-old trading post uncovered on Sir Bani Yas Island

Artifacts of ancient Americans show civilization more advanced than thought

For 4,500 years, Stone Age humans returned to this mysterious cave

Remnants of Mother Language from the Last Ice Age

Earliest directly dated rock paintings from southern Africa

5,000 Years of Native American Moundbuilding
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 18, 2017, 02:15:31 pm

Robots will be more useful if they are made to lack confidence

‘Miracle material’ to end cracked smart devices

Self-Replicating 3D Printers Could Build Moon Bases

After a cardiac arrest, the fastest way to send help is on a flying drone

The Pentagon's new 'kinetic energy projectile' weapon is essentially a weaponized meteor strike

Michelin's concept airless tire comes wrapped in 'rechargeable' 3D-printed treads

Securing the world's longest floating bridge against strong wind

Scientists use simple materials to create semi-soft robots

Breakthrough technology makes batteries safe and sustainable

Clean energy stored in electric vehicles to power buildings

Wireless charging of moving electric vehicles overcomes major hurdle

'Magic' alloy could spur next generation of solar cells

Electrolytes made from liquefied gas enable batteries to run at ultra-low temperatures

Batteries that "drink" seawater could power long-range underwater vehicles [to attack us?]

Company wants to recycle used rockets into deep-space habitats



Clouds of Alcohol in Space

Reduce fear of death using virtual reality to induce an out-of-body experience

Particle Accelerators to View Fossil Poop

To unearth 'eighth wonder of the world' in New Zealand

Signs of past mega-quakes show wide-ranging implications of major rupture on California's San Andreas fault

Signal from 1977 was generated by a comet

Our sun probably has an evil twin called Nemesis [I doubt it]

Electric Jupiter and its many surprises

Deep-space travel, colonization may rely on genetically engineered life forms [No, stars are closer than they think]

Planet is ‘hotter than most stars’

Life might have a shot on planets orbiting dim red stars

Earth Could Face A Grave Asteroid Threat This Autumn

The mystery xenon in Earth’s atmosphere came from icy comets

Starting a private nation in space

Extended hard X-ray emission from a galactic nucleus

NASA finds evidence of diverse environments in Curiosity samples on Mars

Galaxy alignments traced back ten billion years

VLA gives new insight into galaxy cluster's spectacular 'mini-halo'

Tides [electric tides] could be source of heat on icy moons

Chaotically magnetized cloud is no place to build a star, or is it?

Astronomers see mysterious nitrogen area in a butterfly-shaped star formation disk

MAVEN's top 10 discoveries at Mars

4,000–year-old Mesopotamian city discovered in Kurdistan

Were Africans the ‘first Americans’?

Did children build the ancient Egyptian city of Amarna?

Scientists discover evidence in the Falklands of the asteroid which caused extinction on Earth 250 million years ago [actually under 5,000 years ago]

Toys and Civilization
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 25, 2017, 10:44:25 pm

Researchers create a high-temperature device that produces electricity from industrial waste heat

Making hydrogen fuel from humid air

New form of carbon that’s hard as a rock, yet elastic, like rubber

Scientists make plastic from sugar and carbon dioxide

Scientists discover a 2-D magnet

DC Power Lines Making a Comeback

‘Liquid Light’ Can Bend Around Objects in a Frictionless Flow

Sound waves direct particles to self-assemble, self-heal

New method for 3-D through-wall imaging that utilizes drones and WiFi

Hitachi develops breath analyzer smartphone device with facial recognition

China propels rise of electric ultra-high-performance cars

New design improves performance of flexible wearable electronics

Acoustics to improve virtual reality


Deceleration of runaway electrons paves the way for fusion power

DNA replication filmed for the first time, and it's not what we expected

Were LIGO's gravity wave detections all noise? [Just as we thought]

Earth is overdue for catastrophic asteroid strike [very doubtful]

Unknown, unseen object signalled by warped Kuiper Belt

NASA launches world's lightest & first 3D-printed satellite

Einstein’s ‘Impossible’ Experiment weighing a star Finally Performed

Three experiments that hint at lepton universality

General relativity passes [fake] test at Milky Way’s central black hole

Dead Satellites Could Be Blasted Out of Orbit With Powerful Magnetic Beams

Mystery of the Sun’s Plasma Jets May Finally Be Solved

Bubble-like structure associated with the pulsar PSR J1015−5719

Measuring the magnetic fields on the hottest planets in the galaxy

Rare extreme helium star

Star's birth may have triggered another star birth

Radioactive elements in Cassiopeia A suggest a neutrino-driven explosion

Hubble captures massive dead disk galaxy that challenges theories of galaxy evolution

Scientists uncover origins of the Sun's swirling spicules

Human Society Caused Dead Sea Erosion

Earlier date for ancient UK wooden structures
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 02, 2017, 11:07:58 pm

Radio powered by your own sweat hints at future of wearables

New screen coating makes reading in sunlight a lot easier

Ultra-thin camera creates images without lenses

Personalized Exoskeletons

First deployable, walking, soft robot

Eviation Aircraft unveils all-electric plane with 600-mile range

Drone to Plant 100,000 Trees a Day

High-resolution laser X-ray image reveals details not visible with ordinary X-ray imaging

Californians take a shine to solar power

The revolutionary technologies that power and cool the Parker Solar Probe


Human Limitations [corruption?] Could Prevent Us From Advancing in Science; AI Could Help

New form of liquid water discovered

NASA's Opportunity rover may have uncovered an ancient Martian lake

Nobel Laureate physicist Brian Josephson "80%" confident in intelligent design

Do asteroids present the 'greatest challenge' to humanity?

'Nocturnal sun': Zonal waves caused 'bright nights' in ancient times claim scientists

Bizarro comet challenging [miseducated] researchers

Cassini captures rare photos of Saturn's polar 'hexagon' storm

CERN's Large Hadron Collider: Unprecedented number of particles reached in record time

Why Is the Speed of Light So Slow?

The hunt is on for gravity waves

Giant ‘Mirror’ Planets Found in First-of-Its-Kind Experiment

Magnetic memories of a metal world

Is the Universe Conscious? [It is consciousness]

The shapes of galaxies

Artificial brain helps Gaia catch speeding stars

Arp 299: Galactic Goulash

Galaxy NGC 1132 has a disturbed hot halo

The stable retrograde orbit of the Bee-Zed asteroid explained

The first galaxies were even more violent than expected

Prebiotic atmosphere discovered on accretion disk of baby star

Juno spacecraft to fly over Jupiter's Great Red Spot July 10

Amazon Rain Forest May Have Once Been a Giant Marine Lake

How an ostrich halted plans for a real-life Jurassic Park

Volcanic eruptions triggered dawn of the dinosaurs [nope]

This Volcano-Shaped Pyramid in Peru Has Experts Stumped

The Spiritual Center of Taxila: One-time Jerusalem and Alexandria of the Buddhist World

Archaeologists unearth prehistoric ritual area around Bryn Celli Ddu, UK

Scientists throw light on mysterious ice age temperature jumps

5,000-Year-Old ‘Billboard’ of Hieroglyphs Contains a Cosmic Message

Making Cents of Currency’s Ancient Rise
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 09, 2017, 11:52:11 am

*China drone king turns to farming

Freshwater from salt water using only solar energy

Electrocaloric refrigerator offers alternative way to cool everything from food to computers

Moisture-responsive ‘robots’ crawl with no external power source

Your body is a big battery and scientists want to power gadgets with it

First battery-free cellphone makes calls by harvesting ambient power

Facebook tests internet-beaming drones

Rediscovering Roman concrete: Still better than ours, 2000 years later

Lunar robots deployed on Mount Etna to prepare for future landings on Mars and moon

Custom-made clothes for all within reach says top designer

Elon Musk's Tesla to build world's largest battery in Australia

Google's 'moonshot' factory spins off geothermal unit for residential energy

Forget Coal: Asteroid Mining Is Coming Sooner Than You Think


World’s brightest laser sparks new behavior in light

European ice sheet collapse caused chaos

Study reports temperature adjustments account for 'nearly all of the warming' in climate data

Physicist wants to find out if the entire universe is conscious

CERN discovers subatomic particle with double dose of 'charm'

Something big with Mars-to-Earth-mass is warping the outer solar system

Asteroid Impact With Earth In 2036 ‘Can’t Be Ruled Out’

300-Foot-Wide 3,000-year-old Ancient Altar Excavated in China

Animals, not drought, shaped our ancestors’ environment

Ice Age Hyenas Left Clues About These Ancient Human Sites

DNA Solves 200-Year-Old Mystery of Weird Ice Age Creature

Turkish site reveals more evidence of neolithic ‘skull cult’

Prehistoric Fish Trap and Petroglyphs Found on Kodiak Island

Previously unknown extinction of marine megafauna discovered [probably misdated from the Great Flood]

Genetic evidence from the South Caucasus region shows surprising long-term stability

Researchers document early, permanent human settlement in Andes

5,000-year-old Graveyard of taller people Found in China
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 16, 2017, 07:06:22 pm

Spiky ferrofluid thrusters can move satellites

Biodegradable cleaning products and eco-friendly plastics from mushroom waste

Transformer robots can be printed on demand in just 13 minutes

Electric glove translates sign language into text messages in real-time to help  deaf people communicate

Chemists invent technology for making animated 3-D table-top objects by structuring  light

Researchers in China have teleported a photon from the ground to a satellite  orbiting more than 500 kilometers above

Chinese researchers just teleported the first object from the ground to Earth's  orbit

China tests self-sustaining space station

Conductive electrodes are key to fast-charging batteries

Dutch project tests floating cities

Flying cars and no more pilots in flight revolution

Self-fueling boat sets off from Paris on 6-year world trip

This gecko-inspired robot could help solve our space debris dilemma


Huge explosion rocks Arctic tundra leaving 165ft deep new crater in northern Russia

Physicists transmit data via Earth-to-space quantum entanglement

Tabby's Star's missing flux may be due to internal blockage

75,000-mile-wide spot on the sun could knock out communications satellites and  cause blackouts on Earth

Stunning detail of Jupiter's mysterious Great Red Spot

Astronomers find star that could not possibly be any smaller

Slow earthquakes occur continuously in the Alaska-Aleutian subduction zone

Strong solar flare erupts from sunspot

The mysterious planet hiding out at the edge of the solar system

Gravitational lens discovery: One of the brightest distant galaxies

Gravity is an electrical phenomenon?

Our young moon’s supersonic winds made waves in its magma ocean

Musical sun reduces range of magnetic activity

Solar minimum is coming

X-rays Coming from Pluto

Mars covered in toxic chemicals that can wipe out living organisms

Mars’ Two-Faces and Moons Could Result from an Early [or recent] Cataclysmic Impact

Space farms will feed astronauts and earthlings

Astronomers discover binary star in the NGC 2632 cluster

Cosmic 'dust factory' reveals clues to how stars are born

Y-type Brown dwarf stars

Chandra peers into a nurturing cloud

Study finds our Sun is like other stars

Shedding light on galaxy rotation secrets

Researchers describe one of the most massive large-scale structures in the universe

Planets like earth may have had muddy origins

Buried in Beads 4,000 Years Ago, This Chiefly Family Lives Again

In a Lost Baby Tooth, Scientists Find Ancient Denisovan DNA

Fossil sheds light on bird evolution after [recent] asteroid strike

Ancient ‘House of the Dead’ discovered in Wiltshire
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 23, 2017, 07:01:40 pm

Genetically Engineered Yeast Soak Up Heavy Metal Pollution [but what eats the GMO yeast?]

Wearable electronics

3D-printed Int-Ball is a robotic camera drone floating in the ISS

US government seeking to create shape-changing robots for humans to wear

Censorship and tyranny over the mind: The failure of peer-review

Cell phones are about to become more powerful than you could imagine

Watch Su-35 Russian fighter jet's stunning flight maneuvers at MAKS 2017 (VIDEO)

Ultra-high-contrast digital sensing

Team develops fast, cheap method to make supercapacitor electrodes for electric cars, high-powered lasers

Japanese engineers develop headset-less VR system

Robot can inspect water or gas pipes from the inside to find leaks long before they become catastrophic

Making lab equipment on the cheap [3D printed]

Swimming robot probes Fukushima reactor to find melted fuel

Strengthening 3-D printed parts for real-world use

3-D printing sweeps toy manufacturing off the shelves

Telescope design promises to revolutionize amateur astronomy


Scientists Store Film Clip in DNA

Robotic landers could start mining the moon as early as 2020

NASA's Van Allen Probes mission analyzing eerie whistling sounds coming from space

Mismanagement, not 'climate change', caused Adelaide summer blackouts

Scientists tune in to 'peculiar' radio signals from a star 11 light-years away

Space experts baffled during House testimony after Dana Rohrabacher asks if civilizations lived on Mars

SpaceX ending development of propulsive landings for Dragon spacecraft missions to Mars over safety concerns

California scientists catch glimpse of hypothesized self-annihilating particle for first time

Study suggests Mars volcano went dormant around same time dinosaurs went extinct [about 5,000 years ago]

The Sun might be slowing its magnetic activity

Uranus May Have Odd, Strobe-Like Magnetic Field

There’s Growing Evidence That Pluto’s Largest Moon Had a Massive Ocean

Basic Assumptions of Physics Might Require the Future to Influence the Past

Ancient, massive asteroid impact could explain Martian geological mysteries

NASA reveals a mysterious ‘energy trap’ at the center of our galaxy

New breakthrough discovery—every quantum particle travels backwards

Astronomers measure detailed chemical abundances of 158 stars in a nearby dwarf galaxy

NASA Neutron star [pulsar] mission begins science operations

Evidence of impacts that structured the Milky Way galaxy

New research opens the way to understand life on Mars through meteorites

Scientists get best measure of star-forming material in galaxy clusters in early universe

New ways developed to see the formation of stars in the Milky Way

Superluminous supernova marks the death of a star at cosmic high noon

Ancient City of Mohenjo Daro

Sea cave preserves 5,000-year snapshot of tsunamis

Did human women contribute to Neanderthal genomes over 200,000 years ago?

Dog domestication happened just once, ancient DNA study suggests

Australian dig finds evidence of Aboriginal habitation up to 80,000 years ago

T Rex could not have outrun a speedy human, scientists conclude

The Solution to the 5,500-year-old Mesopotamian Clay Ball Enigma

Tutankhamun’s Scarab Brooch Was Born of a 28-Million-Year Old Comet Strike

Genetic study reveals ancestry of Madagascar people
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 30, 2017, 02:55:17 pm

Marine biofilms and anti-fouling coatings to stop marine growth on ship hulls

This New electrode design Could Let Phones And Electric Cars Charge in Seconds

Energy-harvesting bracelet could power wearable electronics

A robot delivered my dinner from a restaurant to my home

World gears up for electric cars despite bumps in road

Researchers seek to improve solar cell technology using new materials and nanowires


Big, Dangerous Comets Are More Common Than Previously Thought

Could spraying particles into marine clouds help cool the planet? [Yeah, we need another ice age]

Spectacular CME blasts from the farside of the sun

Ocean of water beneath moon's surface could help create human colony

Is a cyclic cosmology lurking in LIGO gravitational-wave detector noise?

Secretive Saturn: New Cassini data upends existing theories

New comet, Nova in Scutum constellation

Scientific expedition to unlock secrets of 'lost continent' Zealandia

Study shows [fantasy] quantum tunneling takes time

CubeSats (miniature spacecraft) Swarm Earth Orbit

Scientists observe gravitational anomaly on Earth

Lawbreaking Particles May Point to a Previously Unknown Force in the Universe

‘Angel particle’ which is both matter and anti-matter discovered

Are Mars’ Trojan Asteroids Pieces of the Red Planet?

More hints of Martian hot springs

Yes, ancient civilizations on Mars sound crazy; And yet…

Did A Solar-System-Wide Cataclysm Erase Evidence of a Prior Space-Faring Species?

Billions of Rogue Planets without a Home

Big Hole in the Sun Not a Good Thing

United Nations must step in to protect the moon

Smallest satellite ever paves way for planned interstellar fleet

Up to half of the matter in our Milky Way galaxy may come from distant galaxies

Building blocks of life on Saturn’s moon Titan

Life evolves adaptions to microgravity

Astronomers have discovered three different populations of baby stars within the Orion Nebula Cluster

Gravitational dance between two galaxies in our local neighbourhood

Astrophysicists map out the light energy contained within the Milky Way

Scientists unveil new 3-D view of galaxies

We may have cracked the mystery of Stonehenge

Excavations in Turkey’s southeast reveal 10,000-year-old belief in afterlife

Strange Siberian Mummies Found Bound in Copper

Identifying major transitions in human cultural evolution

300 million-year-old ‘modern’ beetle from Australia causing astonishment

The goldsmith’s tomb in Ancient Egypt

Study disproves the Bible’s suggestion that the ancient Canaanites were wiped out

The Maya Controversy: Startling New Evidence for an Antediluvian People who Influenced the World
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 06, 2017, 09:21:56 pm

Five technologies that could shape the future
1. Smart homes
2. Virtual secretaries
3. AI doctors
4. Care robots
5. Flying warehouses and self-driving cars

Transhumanism Tech

Something new to be paranoid about: Tiny camera disguised as a screw

100x faster, 10x cheaper: 3D metal printing is about to go mainstream

Can Ford fix New York City’s transportation crisis with a crowdsourced shuttle bus?

Making clothes from milk

Hyperloop startup says superfast rail a reality

World's largest floating solar farm in China

Moscow's futuristic bridge


Chinese government finds hundreds of researchers guilty of engaging in peer-review fraud scam

Project to clone extinct woolly mammoth

New images from Alaska's seafloor suggest high tsunami danger

As we approach solar minimum, cosmic ray flux continues upward trend

Keck telescope twilight observations reveal huge storm on Neptune

Five years on Mars: NASA releases time lapse of Curiosity driving

A new theory in the ball lightning mystery

Why humans find faulty robots more likeable

Evidence mounts for an ocean on early Venus

Sun’s core rotates four times faster than its surface

Clues emerge in mystery of flickering quasars

The Man Finding Stardust on Earth

Hubble detects exoplanet with glowing water atmosphere

First Spectral Fingerprints of Antimatter

New Clues to Universe’s Structure

Quasars may answer how starburst galaxies were extinguished

The outer galaxy

Astronomers discover 'heavy metal' supernova

Gallium in lunar samples explains loss of moon's easily vaporized elements

Chandra observations provide insights about young stellar cluster NGC 3293

New clue to solving the mystery of the Sun's hot atmosphere

New work offers fresh evidence supporting the supernova shock wave theory of our Solar System's origin

Astronomers identify oldest known asteroid family

540 million [or 4,000] year old jellyfish fossils in Death Valley

Geologists offer new clues to cause of world’s greatest extinction [4,000 BP]

Dinosaur-era plant found alive in North America

The Hall of Records, Resurrected: Researchers Say the Great Sphinx is Older Than Believed – and it ‘Guards’ a Hidden Chamber

46 Prehistoric Sites with Paleolakes Discovered in ‘Green Arabia’

World’s oldest known stone bracelet: 70,000[or 4,000]-year-old bangle suggests our ancestors were far more sophisticated than thought

Animal Images In Prehistoric Rock Art

Ancient DNA Reveals Genetic History Of Early Civilizations

Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh May Be the 1st Known ‘Giant’

Compelling Argument for Lost High Technology in Ancient Egypt
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 13, 2017, 10:14:45 pm

Making seawater into drinking water with the help of the sun

Scientists Have Created a Synthetic Spider Silk That is Stronger Than Steel

Hydrogen Fuel Could Become a Viable Energy Alternative Thanks to This Aluminium Alloy

How Drones Are Changing Our World

Amazon planning fleets of mobile drone facilities on trains, vehicles, boats

Star Trek's tricorder coming to the market soon

Indian scientists devise a way to extract silver from rice bran

Newest map of universe suggests that nonexistent dark energy may one day tear us apart [Bring it on]

How acoustics can be an early warning system for bridges

Enabling computers to mine databases of patents, inventions and research papers

The Mars Colony of the Future Could Be Powered by This Advanced Microgrid


Secret Room Discovered inside Great Pyramid by Archaeologists Armed With Lasers

Auroras may explain an anomaly in Earth's ionosphere, the Weddell Sea Anomaly

So-called Scientists say 100 million black holes are peppered throughout Milky Way

Chinese study finds 20th century warm periods are not unprecedented during the last 2,000 years

Asteroid will shave past Earth inside Moon's orbit this October

New study of archaic DNA may rewrite story of human evolution

Scientists predict 100ft asteroid slated to pass by Earth will burn up in the atmosphere - They hope

Chinese museum breeds the world's longest stick insect

Chimps have the mentation of a 4 y.o. child

Earth's largest volcanic region two kilometres below Antarctic ice sheet

NASA will wake up New Horizons spacecraft, voyage into mysterious Third Zone - Kuiper Belt

De-jargonizing program helps decode science speak

Artificial Atoms Can Quickly Self-Assemble

Mars’s surface hosts millions of towering dust devils every day

Two potentially habitable ‘super Earths’ are spotted orbiting a sun-like star that is so close to our planet it can be seen with the naked eye

Moon’s magnetic field lasted twice as long as we thought

Scientists closer to explaining why matter persists over antimatter

Chaco Canyon petroglyph may represent ancient total eclipse [or Saturn?]

Comet Responsible for Perseids Could Wipe Out Humanity 2,400 Years From Now

Magnetic fields in massive star formation cores

Massive multiple star system found

Why massive galaxies spin more slowly than their lighter neighbours

Galactic winds push researchers to probe galaxies at unprecedented scale

A starburst with the prospect of gravitational waves

NASA watches the Sun put a stop to its own eruption

Ancient warrior unearthed marching to afterlife

Remains of at least two Late Bronze Age initiation ceremonies

Modern domestic dog has a single geographic origin in Germany

Discovery of biggest dinosaur ever 122 feet long unearthed in Argentina

A loss of oxygen in global ocean seawater xxx years ago led to a mass extinction of marine life

Early humans may have seen a supervolcano explosion up close

Europe’s Early Homo sapiens Ate Mammoth Meat and Plants

Were Modern Humans in Indonesia 73,000 Years Ago?

Faerie Forts and Ringforts in Ireland
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 20, 2017, 02:30:03 pm

Dutch Students Grow Their Own Biodegradable Car

Tesla Just Made a Futuristic 100-Percent Solar Tiny House

German Company Plans to Put a Cellphone Tower on the Moon

Los Angeles Tests Cooling Pavement Paint to Beat Heat

DeLorean Aerospace Working on an Actual Flying Car

Hot Wire Detector Developed for First Responder and Worker Safety

Watch a Drone Herd Cattle Across Open Fields in California

Gas thermochemical fracturing: Russian scientists discover secret to producing six  times more oil

Researchers clarify mystery about proposed battery material

Buildings to generate their own power with innovative glass blocks

Severing ties with utilities

Spacewalking cosmonauts release 3-D-printed satellite

Futuristic Technologies Giving New Life to the Ancient World


Scientific Understanding Matters Now More Than Ever [via the internet I hope]

Why This Year’s Solar Eclipse is Such a Big Deal for Scientists

Nearby supernova colliding into companion star observed

Solar eclipses and tides prove Earth's rotation is slowing down

Largest space rock ever spotted in close proximity to earth will swing by our  planet in September

Three DIY ways to see the solar eclipse

What Seismology Tells Us About the Sun

Afraid of the Dark? Why Eclipses Frightened Ancient Civilizations [actually because  of cataclysms that occurred with Venus, Mars etc]

Life After Death? Physicists Say Quantum Information Transcends from One World to  Another

Astronomers reveal insights into the nature of a distant ultraviolet-bright star

Stardust hitches a ride on meteorites more often than previously thought

NASA studies CubeSat mission to solve Venusian mystery

Radio relic discovered in a low-mass merging galaxy cluster

Astrophysicists explain the mysterious behavior of cosmic rays

Evidence found of white dwarf remnant after supernova

Astrophysicist predicts detached, eclipsing white dwarfs to merge into exotic star  [Charles says they're already exotic stars themselves]

Iron Age Hillforts of Wales and Why They May Have Been Built

Most Archaeologists Think First Americans Arrived by Boat and Are Beginning to  Prove It

Young Man Finds 4,000 year old Dagger By Accident in Slovakia

Excavation of a Round Mound on the Isle of Man

Exhibition Reveals Stories of America’s Very Own Ancient Earthworks
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 27, 2017, 03:46:32 pm

What Happens to Your Camera Photographing Solar Eclipse Without a Filter

Environmentally Friendly Cement

Researchers Use Lasers to Weld Spider Silk to Kevlar [for Spiderman?]

Toyota Patents Cloaking Device

Robot Buddhist Priest

Pet Companion Robot

Graffiti Robot

Drones Help Swiss Rescue Dogs Find the Missing

Autonomous Self-Driving Wheelchairs Debut at Airports and Hospitals

Building the Perfect Skywatching House

New Russian MiG interceptor will be able to operate in space at Mach 4 speed

Automated safety systems are preventing car crashes

High-frequency chip brings researchers closer to next generation technology

Face scans, robot baggage handlers—airports of the future


Gaia’s First Full-Colour Sky Map

Test Lab Recreates Innovative Weapons of Stone Age North America

First Underwater Entanglement Could Lead to Unhackable Communication

Iceland: Photos show North American and European tectonic plates pulling apart

Mysterious microbe discovered in Antarctic may hold keys to puzzle of evolution

Asteroid that killed dinosaurs led to endless night and 18-month winter

First X-rays from mystery supernovas detected

A new type of gravitational wave has been detected...maybe

'Dark DNA' could change thinking on evolution

Was an Eclipse Over Ancient Amarna the Beginning of its End?

It’s Raining Diamonds on Neptune

NASA Monitoring 3 Mile Wide Asteroid

Phoenicid Meteor Shower from Dead Comet Arises Again After 58 Years

The origin of binary stars

Mars is buffeted by turbulent snowstorms

Analysis of a 'rusty' lunar rock suggests the moon's interior is dry

Researchers explain why our Sun's brightness fluctuates

The moving Martian bow shock

Astronomers detect methanol maser emission towards nearby galaxy

APL proposes Dragonfly mission to explore potential habitable sites on Saturn's largest moon, Titan

Elevated zinc and germanium levels bolster evidence for habitable environments on Mars

4,500 year old Trading Network Identified in Vietnam

6,000 year old Neolithic Remains Discovered in Istanbul

Italian Library Fire Kills 3, Destroys Priceless Renaissance Books and Galileo Letters

Scandinavia’s Oldest Cup Mark Rocks Found, Dated to 3,000 BCE

Oldest Examples of “Tree of Life” Motifs Discovered in Domuztepe Mound, Turkey

Ancient Earth’s Hot Interior Created a Graveyard of Continents

Britain’s Ancient Villages Lost at Sea 8,000 Years Ago

Everything is Written Twice ~ on the Ground and in the Sky

Babylonian Tablet Rewrites History of Math and Shows Greeks Did Not Invent Trigonometry

Pottery Analysis Reveals Oldest Italian Winemaking 4,500 Years Ago

The Advanced Copper Tool Industry of Ancient North America

Gosford Glyphs Allegedly Show Egyptians Built Pyramids in Australia

Unicorns Were Real, Lived With Humans, and Weren’t All That Cute

Global Oceanic Dead Zones Persisted for 50,000 [tiny] Years After End-Triassic Extinction Event
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 03, 2017, 04:34:05 pm

Candy cane supercapacitor could enable fast charging of mobile phones

Florida Farmer Hopes [non-union] Robot Pickers Can Help Save Strawberry Industry

Shipwrecks to Be Explored Using Virtual Reality

Shark-Detecting Drones to Patrol Beaches in Australia [not jellyfish?]

Researchers Develop Home Acoustic Levitator

Bionic Pop Superstar Going to War For Science [now everyone will want prosthetic limbs]

Landmine Detonation Balls Could Be Lifesaver in a War Zone

New Headset Lets You Control Your TV with Only Your Mind [Are guns next?]

New Braille Smart Watch Tells Time with a Simple Touch

Secrets of 200,000 year old Neanderthal Glue

Neuroscientist creates mouse neuron based computer chip that can smell explosives

Your cell phone could soon be turned into a mobile, scannable version of your "papers" [ID]

Silicon-based solar cells can reach nearly 36% efficiency

Robots that understand contextual commands

The new world of voice shopping


Twitter Science is largely dominated by spam bots, paid content promoters, and “monomaniacs”

Missouri Engineer Works to Solve 4,500 year old Egyptian Pyramids Mystery

Antiquities Looters Try to Recruit Egyptologists For Help on Social Media

Skycharting Mobile Apps Can be Astronomical Time Machines

Clever New Water Atlas is All Over the Map

The basis of the Universe may be Information, not energy or matter

Saturn's rings may be far younger than previously thought

Historical observations reveal ancient Nova

AI is unfair to Humans

Mysterious fast radio bursts from deep space go hyperactive

16 stars passing 'Oort cloud' could fire cosmic matter throughout our galaxy

Study reveals new details about Uranus satellite Cressida

Best preserved nodosaur has skin, horn and pigments [because it's not so old]

Artificial intelligence analyzes gravitational lenses 10 million times faster [probably GIGO]

Was Orion the Heavenly Overlord of Stonehenge?

NASA’s Clockwork Venus Rover

Crushed Crystal Reveals Spookier [fairtale] Entanglement State

Kepler Satellite Discovers Variability in the Seven Sisters

Black hole models contradicted by hands-on tests [& by logic]

Astronomers reveal new insights into physical properties of the young star system ROXs 12

Saturn plunge nears for Cassini spacecraft

Volunteers find 'spiders' on mars - but not where they expected

Researchers propose how the universe became filled with light

House-sized near Earth objects rarer than we thought

Rare close star encounters with our sun

Ancient Egyptian Records Indicate Philistines Weren’t Aegean Pirates After All, but native

The Widespread Appearance of Neanderthal DNA: Africans Have it Too

Discovery of 14,000 year old Settlement in Canada Could Rewrite North American History [but they can't be that old]

Ice Age Bones Recovered from Underwater Caves in Mexico

Facts About the Last Ice Age [maybe]

This is What Happens When You Plot the Nazca Lines

4,300 year old Statue Head from Israel Depicts Mystery Egyptian Pharaoh

Study Dates Corn as Staple Crop in Central America 4,300 years ago

Neolithic Caves of Turkey Being Intentionally Dynamited and Submerged

Research on the Meaning of Ancient Geometric Earthworks in Brazilian Amazonia

New Findings May Evidence Late Pleistocene People in the Americas

Scientists Reconstruct Paleoindian Bison Hunt from 10,300 year old Bone Bed in Kansas

Ice Age Predators Found Alongside Oldest Human in Americas

Lifting the Veil from Neanderthal Technology

Castle of the Sealand Kings: Discovering Ancient Iraq’s Rebel Rulers
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 10, 2017, 11:19:29 am

Unistellar: the Next Generation of Backyard Telescopes

For Devastated Houston Armies of Drones Prove their Worth

WWII Pigeon Project Led to Modern Touchscreens

John Deere Company Spends $305 Million on Lettuce-Farming Robots

Revolutionizing smartphone use

Engineers develop tools to share power from renewable energy sources during outages

Nissan's new Leaf electric car

Water-based lithium-ion batteries without explosive risks now a reality


Machine-Learning Can Predict Simulated Earthquakes by Listening to Fault Lines

Medium sized [undetectable] black hole 100,000 times bigger than sun discovered near center of Milky Way

Giant sunspot unleashes two more powerful solar flares [Auroras coming south]

Aftershocks following the 23 August, 2012 earthquake near Mineral, Virginia, increased sharply as Hurricane Irene passed by

Bacterial biofilms use bursts of electricity to communicate

NASA Radar Reveals Asteroid Florence Has Two Moons

Fossilized Cosmic Dust in the White Cliffs of Dover

Asteroid Strike and Tsunami May Have Caused Britain’s Floods of 1014

Stellar corpse sheds light on origin of cosmic rays

Two distant hypervelocity stars discovered by Chinese astronomers

Shocking discovery explains powerful novae

The most metal-poor dwarf star-forming galaxy found

'Extreme' telescopes find the second-fastest-spinning pulsar [But do they spin?]

Accretion-powered pulsar reveals unique timing glitch [or sign of not spinning]

Discovery of boron on Mars adds to evidence for habitability

Study of Uranus suggests some of its moons are on a collision course

X-rays reveal temperament of possible planet-hosting stars

Jupiter's aurora presents a powerful mystery

New Horizons spacecraft to view MU69 asteroids in Kuiper Belt beyond Pluto

Minimal Geological Methane Emissions During Younger Dryas

Constructing an Obelisk: How the True Rocks of Eternity Were Made

Does the Dendera Zodiac Represent the Most Ancient Astronomy?

Ancient Metallurgy Likely has More than One Birthplace

Massive Antarctic Volcanic Eruptions Linked to Abrupt Southern Hemisphere Climate Change

New Radiocarbon Dating Technique on Neanderthal

People May Have Lived in Brazil Over 20,000 years ago [way less]

Neolithic Irish Death Rites Included Deconstruction of Bodies

Ancient Settlement and its Ceramics Recreated in Cyprus

Neolithic Mound in Turkey Dates Back 8,600 Years

The Lost Second Sphinx of Giza

Archaeological Find in British Columbia Affirms Heilsuk Nation’s 14,000 year old Oral History [or way less]

Neanderthal Site in Spain: Rich Remains of Human Occupation Over 60,000 years ago

Newark, UK, Housing Construction Unearths Neolithic Finds From 4,000 BC

Mystery of What Was Killing Ancient Parchments Solved

Mind-Boggling Mysteries of the Great Pyramid

Unexpected Finds Boost Mystery at Bolivia’s Tiahuanaco Citadel

Ancient Egyptian Goldsmith’s Tomb Discovered in Luxor

Archaeologists Shed Light on Alaska’s Tlingit Culture 10,000 Years Before Europeans
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 17, 2017, 05:42:05 pm

European Winegrowers Turn to Robots To Increase Competitiveness

Brain Composer—'thinking' melodies onto a musical score

American Red Cross Officially Launching First Drone Program for Disasters

High-Tech Electronics Made from Autumn Leaves

Quest to Put a 1967 Self-Balancing Car Back on Its Feet

UK wind electricity cheaper than nuclear

Making lithium-ion batteries safer, stronger

Foldable drone for emergencies

New manufacturing process for the more efficient SiC to power devices

Rickshaws to jump start India's all-electric drive

China's mysterious 'physics-defying' EmDrive could allow journey to Mars in weeks

Restrain your baby and let the robo-crib rock them to sleep?

Researchers Create First Global Map of Water in Moon’s Soil

International Space Station forced to seek shelter during massive solar flare

Plants form memories

Face-reading AI will be able to detect your politics and IQ

Creating radio-induced auroras with HAARP

Mysterious 'earthquake lights' explained after Mexico's huge quake?

Genetically modified ant could replace honey bees

Does the Organic Material of Comets Predate Our Solar System?

The Significance of Time Crystals

Seven Massive Solar Flares Erupt in Seven Days

Astronomers for the first time have measured how a galaxy's spin affects its shape

Astronomers resolve mystery of white dwarf's mass

A one-of-a-kind star found to change over decades

Pulsar jackpot reveals globular cluster's inner structure

Research provides evidence of ground-ice on asteroids

New gravity map suggests Mars has a porous crust

New supernova analysis reframes dark energy debate

New theory on origin of the asteroid belt

Hubble captures blistering pitch-black planet

Venus' mysterious night side revealed

Farewell Cassini: Saturn spacecraft makes fiery, final dive (Update)

Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh with Gigantism Identified

Ancient Elephant was 50 Percent Bigger than Modern Cousins

Did Humans and Columbian Mammoths Co-exist 12,000 years ago in Florida?

Mobile Women Were Key to Cultural Exchange in Stone Age and Bronze Age Europe

Ankle Fossil Suggests our Ancient Ancestors Leapt Like Acrobats

West Coast Rising: 14,000 years ago in Peru

Earliest Manmade Climate Change Took Place 11,500 Years Ago

Discovering the World’s Oldest Religious Site

Ancient Writings in Turkey Date Back 4,000 Years

Ancient Babylon: Center of Mesopotamian Civilization

Fossil footprints of early human ancestor stolen from Crete

The Inga Stone: an Ancient Monument Depicting a Rare Star Map

Uluburun Shipwreck

Ancient Asteroid Generated Hottest Temperature Ever Recorded on Earth

Preserving and Deciphering Ancient Rock Art in Texas
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 24, 2017, 01:32:07 pm

First Quantum Computers Need Smart Software

New Computer Chip Can Store Quantum Information in the Form of Light

Underwater Ironman Jetpack Propels the Weakest Swimmers

Super Sticky Remora Robot Clings Underwater Like Hitchhiker Fish

A solar cell you can put in the wash

Intel chips loaded in Waymo self-driving minivans

World's first wireless charger

Actuator three times stronger solved a long-standing issue in the creation of untethered soft robots

Security cameras are vulnerable to attacks using infrared light

Doorbell that can recognize familiar faces

Superfast lightwaves can be slowed to store data on a computer chip

French scientists create bizarre magnetic material


Millions of ‘Citizen Scientists’ are Transforming Our World from their Homes

30,000 year old Cave Paintings Discovered in Cantabria, Spain

History of the Technology of Bow and Arrow Hunting

Virtual Reality Breathes New Life into African Fossils, Art, and Artifacts

New technique spots warning signs of extreme events

Doubt cast on what causes the northern lights

Astronomers baffled to discover stars that appear older than the universe

The reasons why Mexico is terribly prone to the occurrence of earthquakes

Herschel: Discovering the cosmic water trail in Taurus star nursery

Neanderthals may have died out due to competition with homo sapiens for food resources

Data shows massive Arctic Ice gain over past five years

Hubble spots 'unique' binary asteroid between Mars and Jupiter

Unique 'ring comet' discovered by Hubble telescope

Scientists hypothesize heat-pipe cooling was involved in evolution of all terrestrial planets including early Earth

Milky Way could be an outlier, not 'normal', its satellites are more tranquil

Researchers can now store light as sound waves to improve data processing

Advanced life may exist in a form beyond matter

Research suggests gravity waves have influence over weather and climate

The Most Mysterious Anomalies of Mars

Nanosat Fleet Proposed for Voyage to 300 Asteroids

Comet Turns Out to Be Two Dancing Asteroids Circling Each Other

Astronomers Plan for New Telescope in Antarctica

X-ray burst spotted in the galactic bulge

Secrets of bright, rapidly spinning star revealed

V745 Sco: Two stars, irregular outbursts

New quasar discovered

New research suggests Mercury's poles are icier than scientists thought

Ageing star blows off smoky bubble

Fast radio bursts may be firing off every second

Mythbusting the Secrets of Ancient Egypt

Dynastic Egypt Timeline: 2,700 years of Change in Egyptian Society

Upper Paleolithic Mammoth Bone Settlement in Ukraine

7,200 year old Silo Model in Israel

Evidence for Ancient Egyptians Sailing to America 5,000 years ago

The 40,000 Year History of Shoes

Blackwater Draw: 12,000 years of Hunting in New Mexico

List of Nature Goddesses From Around the World

Dust Deposits Give New Insights into History of the Sahara

Studies of ‘Crater Capital’ in Estonia Shows Impactful History

Ancient DNA Sheds Light on Sub-Saharan African History

Abu Hureyra: Early Agriculture in Syria’s Euphrates Valley

Younger Dryas Black Mat in Geoarchaeological Site in Zacatecas, Mexico

The Eye of Horus (Wadjet): Ancient Egyptian Symbol
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 01, 2017, 11:03:09 am

New Nano-clay Shelf-Life Extending Packaging Film

Dubai Testing Two-Person Flying Taxi Drones

NASA tests first 3-D printed rocket engine part made with two different alloys

Self-driving cars could dramatically reduce the road toll

Team builds flexible new platform for high-performance electronics

Russian arms manufacturer Kalashnikov unveils a flying motorbike

Travel anywhere on Earth in under an hour with Elon Musk's 'Big F Rocket'

Russia develops electromagnetic weapons which could 'neutralize entire armies'

Lockheed Martin unveils reusable water-powered Mars lander

Aerial Thermal Imagery is Revolutionizing Archaeology

Meteorite impacts may have created Earth's tectonic plates

Clearest image of a star's surface and atmosphere other than the Sun

Russia and US to create new space station in moon's orbit

Shedding more light on the 1572 supernova in Cassiopeia

Climate changes can spur volcanoes into life

Physicists create a mathematical model for a viable time machine (A clock?)

Comet K2 - farthest active inbound comet ever seen

'Jupiter is not a gas giant' - Juno Jupiter mystery

Genetic study suggests much older origin for Homo sapiens species, evolutionary split may have occurred up to 350K years ago

Strong solar blast sparks global aurora and doubles radiation levels on the surface of Mars

Ancient Lake on Mars Was Hospitable Enough to Support Life

The UAE is Building a Mock Martian City in the Desert

Astronomers study the extended stellar structure around the globular cluster NGC 288

Progenitor for Tycho's supernova was not hot and luminous

The strange structures of the Saturn nebula

Solving the mystery of Pluto's giant blades of ice

LIGO and Virgo observatories detect gravitational wave signals from black hole collision

The volatile processes that shaped the Earth

Study sheds new light on how Earth and Mars were created

Moon village the first stop to Mars

Bursting with starbirth

Unexpected surprise: A final image from Rosetta

A fresh look at older data yields a surprise near the martian equator

Art of the Amarna Period

Storytelling Flints and an Oxen Ford, UK

Ancient Egyptian Viziers

SC Scientist Leads Team that Finds Evidence of Possible Comet Impact 12,800 years ago

Clovis Comet? Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Gets a Bayesian Beating ~ and Survives!

The History of Sun Worship [Saturn]

Ancient Underwater Forest off Alabama Coast

Ancient Papyri Reveal First-Person Diary of Giza Pyramid Builder

11,500 year old Settlement Unearthed at Hasankeyf Turkey

First Americans May Have Been Neanderthals or Denisovans 130,000 years ago

Late Neolithic People in Spain May Have Had Class System

Ancient Native American Rock Art Rescued From Wyoming Warehouse

11,000 year old, 13 foot long Boat Petroglyph Discovered in Norway

Top 10 Rare Discoveries Involving Ancient Rituals

Geologists Decipher Evidence of Ancient Tsunami in California
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 08, 2017, 02:38:00 pm

Public invited to test new tool to study earth using photos taken by International Space Station astronauts

Armor of Tomorrow Inspired by These 3 Animals

Merge Cube Augmented Reality Toy

Drones Are Keeping Watch on Arctic’s Polar Bear Population

Ping pong robot takes on Olympian at Tokyo tech fair

Two intelligent vehicles are better than one

Boeing boosts tech investment in hybrid, autonomous planes

Future of news: bracing for next wave of technology

Epic world solar car race begins in Australia

New material developed that efficiently extracts hydrogen fuel from seawater


How a Videogame Developer Painstakingly Recreated Ancient Egypt

Is gravity an electrical phenomenon? Louis Hissink

House-sized asteroid will come 'damn close' to Earth next week as it passes only 27,000 miles away

Study suggests methane belches kept water flowing on ancient Mars

Study reveals world's tropical forests are now carbon emission source

Scientists suggest a synthetic crystal can mimic learning and forgetting

Physicists send particles of light into the "past"

Scientists find water on Mars where they thought none could exist

Hidden 'megathrust' could cause massive earthquake in New Zealand

Global wind speeds slowing since 1960, but "nobody" knows why

Uncovering deep sleep's role in visual learning

Dog-Killing Meteorite Rewrote Mars’ Volcanic History

Ancient Asteroid Impact Exposes the Moon’s Interior

What We Can Learn From the Ghostly Myths Behind the Northern Lights

Observations of a Red Aurora Over 1770 Kyoto Japan Help Diagnose Extreme Magnetic Storm

New insights on dark energy

Hubble catches galaxies swarmed by star clusters

Researchers conduct more accurate chemical analysis of the star 68 Tauri

Milky way's most-mysterious dimming star

Mysterious dimming of Tabby's Star may be caused by dust

Surface helium detonation spells end for white dwarf

Examining Mars' moon Phobos in a different light

Unexpected phenomenon in a merger of a cluster of galaxies

New NASA study shows moon once had an atmosphere

Telescope attachment improves viewing of space

Mars study yields clues to possible cradle of life

How Scientists Are Piecing Together the Story of Ancient Americans

18 Shipwrecks Discovered Off Southern Coast of Turkey

Volcanoes Erupt Nickel, Giving Clues About Earth’s Worst Mass Extinction

The Real Reason Ancient Indo-Europeans Carried Out Human Sacrifice

Ancient Humans Left Africa to Escape Drying Climate

Tracing Oral Histories to Solve Longstanding Human-Migration Puzzle

Gypsum Head of Akhenaten Statue Unearthed in Egypt’s Minya

Ancient Egyptian Queen’s Obelisk Unearthed in Saqqara

The Book of the Dead: Becoming God in Ancient Egypt

Unearthing a Large Neolithic House in Scotland’s Ayrshire

Antarctic Underwater Ecosystem Hidden for 120,000 Years [or days] Revealed

5 Pyramids of the Ancient World You May Not Have Heard About

New Excavations Confirm Spain’s El Pendo Cave as Continuous Neanderthal Settlement

3,200 year old Stone Inscription Tells Tale of Trojan Prince Muskus and the Sea Kingdom of Mira
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 15, 2017, 02:17:40 pm

World’s First Solar Powered Smartwatch Coming in December

Recycled Oyster Shells Make Eco-Friendly Cement

Egypt’s New Farm City Will House 50,000 Smart Greenhouses

Google Sends Solar Powered Balloons to Bring Cell Service Back to Puerto Rico

Proposed Green Eco-Resort in Philippines

Dutch Company Training Crows to Trade Littered Cigarette Butts for Treats

New Headphones Will Allow You to Understand 40 Languages

Airborne LiDAR, photogrammetry and laser scanning performed at Nebraska ruins

Singapore's first robot masseuse starts work

Battery based on sodium may offer more cost-effective storage than lithium

Ingestible devices sense movement and ingestion in the stomach, harness power from GI tract movement

Soft robotic gripper can screw in light bulbs

Researchers work to mitigate water scarcity crisis with solar-powered devices made of wood

'Air-breathing' battery could cut costs of renewable energy storage

Ceramic pump moves molten metal at a record 1,400 degrees Celsius

Futuristic solar-powered Dutch family car


Staying Longer at Home was Key to Stone Age Technology Change 60,000 Years Ago

Scientists develop machine-learning method to predict the behavior of molecules

Engineers identify key to albatross' marathon flight

Is asking whether we live in a simulation scientific?

Comet 01-ASAS-SN brightens unexpectedly

Thunderbolts Space News: 'Dirty snowballs' falsified

Scientists have finally found half of the universe's missing matter

Dr. Henry Bauer interview discussing the corruption of science

Puzzling spike in radioactive particles across Europe, baffles scientists

NASA shares detailed images of Martian pits believed to have been formed by glaciers

Human brain remembers visual features in reverse order than it detects them

Quantum physicists say that living in a matrix is impossible

Researchers discover secret of perovskite crystal's strong photoluminescence

Recent Solar Storm Sparked Global Aurora on Mars

NASA Press Release Announces Planet Nine [probably hype]

NASA’s Carbon Space Observatory Watches Earth Breathe

Glycolaldehyde and ethylene glycol detected around giant molecular cloud Sagittarius B2

Scientists discover more about the ingredients for star formation

New theory on why the sun's corona is hotter than its surface

Two separate teams of astronomers find evidence of missing Baryonic matter

Scientists discover one of the most luminous 'new stars' ever

Devourer of planets? Researchers dub star 'Kronos'

An algorithm for helicopters may help envision the formation of planets and galaxies

Astronomers discover unusual spindle-like galaxies

Astronomers find potential solution into how planets form

On the generation of solar spicules and Alfvenic waves

Real Roots of Early City States May Rip Up the Textbooks

Andean Copper Age

Volcanic Eruptions that Shaped Oregon May Have Had Chilling Effect

The Big Egyptian Sphinx Cover-Up: Hidden Chambers, an Unexcavated Mound, and Endless Denial

Partial Statues of King Psamtik I, Ramses II, and Ra-Horakhti Discovered in Egypt

Newfoundland Populated Multiple Times by Distinct Groups

South Americans Did Not Populate Easter Island

The Mysterious Tribe of Blue Eyed Native Americans

How Osiris, First Ruler of Egypt, Became God of the Underworld

Ancient Egyptian Pyramidion Found Hints at Queen’s Lost Chamber
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 22, 2017, 02:57:32 pm

Not Your Average Beach House

The Science Behind the New Weather-Fueled Doomsday Film “Geostorm”

NASA’s Robotic Psyche Asteroid Mission to Communicate Using Lasers

Butterfly-Inspired Robot Undergoes Mechanical Metamorphosis

Scientists create most powerful micro-scale bio-solar cell yet

Dutch open 'world's first 3D-printed bridge'

Electric jet startup could become 'Uber in the sky'

Snake-like robots to support search-and-rescue teams

Enhancing solar power with diatoms

Ion thruster breaks power, propulsion records

Russian company floats brand new hydrofoil passenger ship after two-decade pause


Historians Claim to Have Found the Twin of Giza’s Great Sphinx

Google Maps Now Lets You Explore Space

Observatory in Argentina detects extragalactic cosmic rays reaching Earth, and will help in locating their source

Scientists witness of gravitational waves and light from colliding of two neutron stars

More than 30,000 biological studies could be wrong due to widespread cell contamination dating back 60 years

Research sheds new light on how Earth and Mars were created

Missing mass - what is causing a geoid low in the Indian Ocean?

Waves in lakes make waves in the earth

Huge cavern beneath moon's surface which could be suitable for lunar astronaut base

Evidence that Planet Nine does exist

Greenland ice stream retreated during the Younger Dryas period

Our 'freakish' galaxy

<CNPS> Most scientific papers end up drawing wrong conclusions

Bus-sized asteroid heading for Earth after string of near-miss encounters

Supernova theory explains global warming, extinction events, ice ages says engineer

Scientists are mapping an Atlas of the inner Earth

<CNPS> Does science need more mavericks?

Martian rotating 'magnetotail' may be contributing to the destruction of its atmosphere

Star that Eats Planets for Breakfast

Ring Discovered Around Potato-Shaped Dwarf Planet Haumea

How the Sun, Moon and Stars Appear in Ancient Mayan Astronomy

The Solar-Powered Asteroid Nursery at the Orbit of Mars

Tribes of India Tell Their Own Stories of Celestial Bodies

Dark Matter Maps: Charting the Unseen Sky

The remarkable jet of the quasar 4C+19.44

Microbes leave 'fingerprints' on Martian rocks

To keep Saturn's A ring contained, its moons stand united

Earth's new traveling buddy is definitely an asteroid, not space junk

Scientists dig into the origin of organics on Ceres

Spinning comet observed to rapidly slow down during close approach to Earth

Samples brought back from asteroid reveal 'rubble pile' had a violent past

Scientist sees evidence of planet formation in narrow rings of other solar systems

Neolithic Settlement Found in Western Iran

40,000 Years of Rock Art in Gobustan, Azerbaijan

Earth Nearly Froze Over When Today’s Coal was First Buried

Temple of Ramses II Discovered in Luxor’s Abusir Necropolis

400 Mysterious Ancient Stone Structures Discovered in Saudi Arabia

Volcanic Eruptions in Russia and Alaska Could Have Starved Ancient Egyptians

The Lost Mountains of Karoo Reveal Secrets of Earth’s Biggest Mass Extinction Event

4,000 year old Scandinavian Bronze Age Petroglyphs Became Sacred Symbols of Georgia’s Creek Indians

Aftermath of the Great Collision: Fascinating Fossils of the Himalayas

Massive Underground City in Turkey Once Housed 20,000 People

Fossil Coral Reefs Show Sea Level Rose in Bursts During Last Warming

Younger Dryas Ice Stream Retreats Under a Cold Climate
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 29, 2017, 04:01:50 pm

Tree-Planting Drones Are Re-Seeding Forests with 100,000 Plants a Day

Cave Hotels Transform Ancient Dwellings into Luxurious Vacation Stays

Scientists write 'traps' for light with tiny ink droplets

Passive solar windows heat up in cold weather

New research findings could lead to safer and more powerful lithium-ion batteries

Proteins can be made to conduct electricity like a metal

AI method to upscale low-resolution to higher resolution images


How Glaciers Disappeared from Scotland at the End of the Last Ice Age

There Are Three Kinds of Consciousness, and Computers Have Mastered One

Cataclysms: A Lifetime Spent Chasing Planetary Catastrophe

Ionospheric cold plasma discovered at the magnetopause

First-known interstellar comet spotted by astronomers

NASA's Twins Study shows genes alter faster in space than on Earth

The bizarre behaviour of anti-matter has scientists saying universe shouldn't exist

Dwarf planet Ceres may have had an ocean

Juno mission finds that Jupiter's gravitational field is askew

Magic Mirrors of the Ancients: Were Telescopes Used in Ancient Times?

How Ancient Aztec Chroniclers Recorded Venus: Smoke Without Fire

Oral Accounts of Aboriginal Australians Referenced Red Giant Stars

Thorium-232 Evidence Suggests a Collision and Several Close Cometary Encounters in the Last 2,000 Years

Official Inside Story of the Tabby Star Controversy

Rosetta Mission Jet Burst

Where Are All the Goodwill Moon Rocks from Apollo 17?

Giant Glowing Orb Photographed in Sky Over Siberia

The atmospheres of water worlds

Researchers reveal insights into the nature of an extremely massive galaxy cluster

Artificial intelligence finds 56 new gravitational lens candidates

Spots on supergiant star drive spirals in stellar wind

Wave nature of delocalized electrons in defective hydrocarbons at the origin of cosmic infrared emission

Comet mission reveals 'missing link' in our understanding of planet formation

Winters on Mars are shaping the Red Planet's landscape

September 2017's intense solar activity viewed from space

The Mysterious Pyramids of Ancient Nubia

World’s Oldest Fossil Tree in China Reveals Complex Anatomy Never Seen Before

Vietnamese Farmer Discovers Spectacular 5 million year old Sơn Đoòng Cave

Coptic tombstone unearthed at Sphinxes Avenue in Luxor

Possible Neolithic Standing Stone Menhir Monument Unearthed in Switzerland

6,000 year old Skull in New Guinea May Be Earliest Known Tsunami Victim

The First Temple: Crowning Achievement of King Solomon and Home of Legendary Ark of Covenant

Yellowstone Spawned Twin Super-Eruptions that Altered Global Climate

The “Elephant Pipes” of the Mounds: An Intriguing Historical Controversy
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 05, 2017, 10:09:54 pm

RoboBee is an aerial-to-aquatic robot that weighs just six-thousandths of an ounce (175 milligrams)

The Long Strange History of Flying Saucer Patents

NASA Investigates Use of Medical-Like Tools to Study Solar System Samples

From health to crimefighting, AI has brought us to the threshold of a new era

Robotics principles help wave energy converters better absorb power of ocean waves

Non-queasy VR display technique

Web-based system automatically evaluates proposals from far-flung data scientists

Bird-like robot

Robotic cars

Robot pet dog

Researchers working to mimic giant clams to enhance the production of biofuel

Fluidic transistor ushers the age of liquid computers

Solar greenhouses generate electricity and grow crops at the same time

The world's first flying water taxis coming to Switzerland next year


Hot, rocky exoplanets are the scorched cores of former gas giants

Ancient Hindu Manuscript Reveals Interplanetary Travel and Flight Existed 7,000 years ago

Oldest Recorded Solar Eclipse Helps Date Egyptian Pharaohs

We’ve Finally Narrowed Down The Speed of Gravity And The Numbers Are Insane

Jupiter's X-ray auroras pulse independently

Scientists penetrate mystery of raging black hole beams

Saturn's radiation belts: A stranger to the solar wind

Giant radio galaxy found by Indian astronomers

'Monster' planet discovery challenges formation theory

Next Mars rover will have 23 'eyes'

Kepler data reveals existence of 20 promising exoplanets 'hiding in plain sight'

NASA investigates invisible magnetic bubbles in outer solar system

Neutron star merger

Study of W Hydrae suggests condensed aluminum oxide dust plays key role in accelerating stellar wind

The inner secrets of planets and stars

ALMA discovers cold dust around nearest star

The most ancient spiral galaxy confirmed

Return of the comet: 96P

Computer simulation suggest the presence of a second Sun

Witches, Comets and Planetary Cataclysms

Thunderbolts Project: Big science and the impossibility of gravitational waves (VIDEO)

New Comet Heinze (C/2017 T1)

'Chicxulub impact event produced huge sulfur cloud that plunged world into ice age'

Dust belt discovered around Proxima Centauri

Why are so many fossils of woolly mammoths young males?

Solar Goddess Amaterasu, Divine Ancestor of the Japanese Imperial Family

Archaeological Finds Shed Light on Life in Abu Dhabi 7,000 years ago

Fossil Scimitar Cat with ‘Steak Knife Fangs’ Found in Yukon

Caribbean’s Largest Concentration of Indigenous Pre-Columbian Rock Art

14,000 Year Migration Genetics Study Reshapes Theories of How Humans Populated the Earth

Secret Chamber? Cosmic Rays Reveal Possible Void Inside Great Pyramid

‘Biblical miracle’ was actually the first solar eclipse ever documented, study finds
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 12, 2017, 07:47:03 pm


Ancient construction is a model for earthquake-safe buildings

New home security camera so smart it can identify people [but not dogs or cats?]

Robotic spy among the fish

Fully integrated circuits printed directly onto fabric

Transfer technique produces wearable gallium nitride gas sensors

Robots becoming alarmingly better at human tasks

Scientists engineering implantable microchips to bio-hack the brain

China is building 30 'sponge cities' that aim to soak up floodwater and prevent disaster

World's first 'self-healing' sports car


How Life Began: Missing Link Chemical in First Living Cell Discovered

Physics Has Demoted Mass

Why did the Earth’s ancient oceans disappear?

Ink from ancient Egyptian papyri contains copper

History of art rewritten as archaeologists unearth 3,500-year-old carving of ancient Greek battle

Medieval women shrank in height because of Black Death

Ruins found in Turkish lake may be Iron Age fortification dating back 3,000 years

Fake gravity is essential to avoid brain damage while traveling through space

Latest study says dogs are color blind

Volcanic magma plume under Antarctica may explain ice sheet instability

'Geomagnetic spike' in 1000 BC challenges our understanding of Earth's magnetic field

Study claims cooling in high and mid-latitudes led to aridification in Northern Africa

NASA spots rare 7,000mph 'whirlpool' on sun's surface

Astronomers discover star that exploded [or flared?] multiple times

Extinction of dinosaurs may not have occurred had the asteroid struck in different place [like Mars?]

Scientists hope to clone 500,000 [or 5,000] year old lion cub

Brain cell navigation system decoded

2nd-nearest Star hosts elaborate planetary system

Stars that vary in brightness shine in the oral traditions of Aboriginal Australians

Molecular signals observed in star-forming galaxy

ALMA's image of a red giant star gives a surprising glimpse of the sun's future [NOT]

Seven new giant radio galaxies discovered

Shocking [shockwave] results of galaxy-cluster collisions

Hubble spots expanding light echo around supernova

Dawn explores Ceres' interior evolution

Observations of a comet's first passage through the solar system reveal unexpected secrets

Living With Gods review – 40,000 years of religious art, and this is it?

Ancient Syrian inscription tells of Trojan prince, Sea people

New Aerial Images Show Mysterious Lost City In The Middle Of The Pacific Ocean

European Hunter-Gatherers Interbred With Farmers From the Near East

Chinese Archaeologists Discover Neolithic Cave Dwelling Agrarian Society
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 20, 2017, 01:17:57 am

New approach uses light instead of robots to assemble electronic components

Ancient Art Inspires Efficient Spacecraft

High-efficiency building bloopers revealed through occupant studies

China maintains reign over world supercomputer rankings

Electric trucks emerging

Toyota bullish on hydrogen

Research suggests vertical axis turbines could increase public support for new wind energy installations

Tesla's all-electric semi truck

'Better than Concorde' Supersonic 1,687mph airliner to 'revolutionise' air travel by 2025

Scientists create ring of plasma in mid air for the first time in history

'World's most dynamic humanoid' can get knocked down and get back up

Hypersonic missile race: China is testing weapons that can reach the US in 14 minutes


Aerial Images May Unlock Enigma of Ancient Stone Structures in Saudi Arabia

Ancient Egyptian tomb resurrected using 3D printer

Scientists Have Engineered Beetles With a Fully Functional Third Eye

Life Can Survive on Mars Far, Far Longer Than We Thought

Next generation astronomical survey to map the entire sky

Cellphone data reveals Hurricane Maria's impact on travel in Puerto Rico

Living samples of planet's oldest life forms found in Australia

New intergalactic explosion could be biggest supernova ever

Russian astronomers show big 'unusual orbit' asteroid 3200 phaeton approaching Earth

Carbon dioxide and climate change

Astronomers discover comet shaped like a giant pink fire-extinguisher

Study claims Don Juan Pond in Antarctica, among the saltiest waters on Earth, is fed from deep below

Discovery of winds blowing off a dying star

Crater in Rajasthan India proven to be caused by a meteorite

The anatomy of a ‘cosmic snake’ reveals the structure of distant galaxies


Astronomers discover radio emission from a symbiotic X-ray binary

Duo of titanic galaxies captured in extreme starbursting merger

Giant ionized gas nebula found by astronomers

Neutron star with strong magnetic field may still launch jets

FIREBIRD II and NASA mission locate whistling space electrons' origins

Pluto's hydrocarbon haze keeps dwarf planet colder than expected

A familiar-looking messenger from another solar system

High-altitude observatory sheds light on origin of excess anti-matter

Solar minimum surprisingly constant

Scientific Evidence Discovered For Event Described In Aboriginal Oral History

Why We Find Solar Observatories and Astronomical Features in Churches

These close-up images from NASA show the largest iceberg to ever split off from Antarctica

No ‘lost tribes’ or aliens: what ancient DNA reveals about American prehistory

A temple for Isis dating back to Ancient Egypt era unearthed

This 8,000-Year-Old Rock Art Is The Earliest Depiction of Domesticated Dogs

How a DNA revolution has decoded the origins of our humanity
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 26, 2017, 06:48:18 pm

Preserving rock art at the touch of a button

'Robo-taxis' hold promise, and perils, for automakers

Energy from electric cars could power our lives if we improve the system

Musk beats deadline for building world's biggest battery

Drones, high-tech camera revamp archaeology

Whatever Happened to 3D Printing? It Found Its Way

Youbionic gives augmented humans a helping hand, or two

Want longer-lasting roads? Just add graphene

Solar supercapacitor creates electricity and hydrogen fuel on the cheap

Why Your Car May Not Be Safe to Drive


Do dark matter and dark energy exist?

Fracking Earthquakes: Government sponsored scientist reveals link and cover up

Definitely not your average asteroid or comet

2017 hurricane season: NASA's mesmerizing new video

Scientists clock the incredible speed of an electron being emitted from an atom

Antarctica forest that thrived long before [or the same time 5000 years ago] dinosaurs

Gamma rays from lightning creates anti-matter

John Ackerman: Sunspots a la Cyclic Catastrophism

Too much artificial light on Earth is disrupting the order of ecological and human life

Mysterious deep-Earth seismic signature explained?

Drilling in Texas leads to uptick in earthquakes

Three-mile-wide Asteroid 3200 Phaethon to skim Earth just before Christmas

'Global Warming' 30 years on: How and why it never came to pass

10 easy ways you can tell for yourself that the Earth is not flat

One of the Oldest and Most Distant Objects in the Universe Has Been Discovered

Moon’s crust underwent resurfacing after forming from magma ocean

Hubble's cosmic search for a missing galactic arm

Space dust may transport life between worlds

Recurring martian streaks: flowing sand, not water?

Uncovering the origins of galaxies' halos

Researchers conduct chemical study of an old, metal-rich globular cluster

Unexpected atmospheric vortex behavior on Saturn's moon Titan

Did David and Solomon’s United Monarchy Exist? Vast Ancient Mining Operation May Hold Answers

3,000-Year-Old Castle Built by Mysterious Civilization Found at The Bottom of a Lake in Turkey

6,000-year-old monument offers a glimpse of Britain’s neolithic Game of Thrones

Megafauna mega-find: the extraordinary discoveries at Diamond Valley Lake

400,000-year-old ‘School of Rock’ Found in Prehistoric Cave in Israel

Ancient DNA Explains How Chickens Got To The Americas

Pharaonic carpentry workshop discovered in Upper Egypt’s Aswan
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 03, 2017, 11:38:58 pm

Keep Your Glasses Crystal Clear With Carbon Technology

Transform Your Smartphone Into a Professional Camera

Protect Yourself With a Personal Safety Alarm

Charge Your Cell Phone In Emergency Situation With Trusty Charge

Inspired by origami, scientists build artificial muscle that lifts 1,000 times its own weight

New 3-D printer is ten times faster than commercial counterparts

Discovery could bring better efficiency to a new class of solar cells

Neutrophil power: White blood cell inspired propulsion using acoustic vibrations and magnetic fields

US fighter jets are getting laser cannons

Tesla activates Australia's 'mega battery' to feed their 'shaky' power grid using unreliable renewable energy

Real-time DNA-authentication a reality


Hundreds of pterosaur eggs help reveal the early life of flying reptiles

Metal asteroid Psyche is all set for an early visit from NASA

Living bacteria 'that had not been there' found on ISS hull, Russian cosmonaut says

'Arrow of time' reversed in quantum experiment

The politics of science: Scientists might not say what the evidence supports

'Megathrust' earthquake and devastating tsunami could hit New Zealand, scientists warn, as hazardous fault awakens

Deepest sea fish known collected from Mariana Trench

'There was no Big Bang' - the universe is cyclical

Satellite data shows no acceleration in global warming for last 23 years

Mass of warm rock is rising beneath New England, seismic study reveals

Nasa successfully fires Voyager 1 backup thrusters after 37 years

Researchers present list of 'pristine' ingredients that make up comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko

'Rocket test' proves worms can thrive in Red Planet soil

10-qubit entanglement superconducting circuit sets a new record

Yellowstone supervolcano threat theory 'demonstrably false' - USGS expert to RT [I agree; the supervolcanoes erupted about 5,000 years ago due to the Shock Dynamics impact]

Project Lyra, a mission to chase down that interstellar asteroid


Astronomers identify dozens of new OB-type stars in the Cygnus OB2 stellar association

Astronomers measure 3-D stellar motion with record-breaking precision

Astronomers discover 21 changing-look active galactic nuclei

Why is massive star formation quenched in galaxy centers?

Giant black hole pair photobombs Andromeda galaxy

German Town Encrusted With Impact Diamonds

Discovery of 7000-year-old Egyptian city could shed light on Nile Valley’s earliest civilisations

Archaeologists find ‘oldest school in the world’ in Israel

Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula reveals a cryptic methane-fueled ecosystem in flooded caves

How Himalayan rivers influenced ancient Indus civilization settlements

How did these giant boulders get here?

Origin of Gold: Was it asteroid impact or some mysterious particle?

Fluffy Four-Winged Creature Resembling a Muppet Is Actually a Dinosaur

Paleolithic Bone Jewelry Tells A Remarkable Story Of Prehistoric People Living 31,000 Years Ago
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Post by: Luck on December 10, 2017, 09:11:43 pm

3-D printed objects connect to WiFi without electronics

Lyft puts driverless cars to work in Boston

Solar power advances possible with new 'double-glazing' device

Tech titans ramp up tools to win over children [as in exploit them?]


Lightning sparks mid-air nuclear reaction, first time recorded phenomenon

Gold, water and platinum: Australians lead the way towards asteroid mining boom

Bronze Age Elite Forged All Their Best Weapons and Jewelry From Meteorites

Bizarre, Enormous 16th-Century Map Assembled for First Time

NASA’s OSIRIS-REx Zips Off To Collect Asteroid Sample

Engine of climate change: Thousands, and possibly millions, of underwater volcanoes remain undiscovered

Just how will humanity react to evidence of alien life? Psychologists predict answers

Impact-related microspherules in Late Pleistocene Yukon and Alaskan 'muck' deposits indicate recurrent episodes of catastrophic emplacement

Light reveals secrets of supercooled water

Astronomers discover new stellar stream in Milky Way galaxy halo

Planetary collisions are responsible for large amounts of Earth's minerals

Galaxy pair contain dark matter halo at least 1 trillion times the sun's mass

Scientists capture Earth's vibrational 'hum' on ocean floor

'Magnetic Monopole' phenomenon found in old chemistry experiments

NASA can't save us; it missed asteroid as it skimmed by Earth

Physicists confirmed new form of matter 'Excitonium'

University of Arizona must disclose 'hockey stick' climate change emails

Newly discovered duck-like dinosaur

Warm and Wet Ancient Mars? Maybe Not

That interstellar asteroid could be a shard of a shredded planet

Protoplanetary disc around HD 169142

A microlensing event seen from three positions in space

Astronomer's map reveals location of mysterious fast-moving gas

Researchers measure the spin rates of bodies thought to be either planets or tiny 'failed' stars

Meteorite analysis shows reduced salt is key in Earth's new recipe

Clay minerals on Mars may have formed in primordial steam bath

New research bridges scaling gap between astrophysics and cosmology

Herschel data links mysterious quasar winds to furious starbursts

Black holes' magnetism surprisingly wimpy [like black hole theory]

Galaxy orbits map in the local supercluster

Archaeologists revise chronology of the last hunter-gatherers in the Near East

The common ancestor for everyone on the planet today lived approximately 3,600 years ago

Scientists map ancient rock art in Venezuela

Adornments tell about culture of Paleolithic people

A Network of Ancient Caves [Tunnels] Was Just Discovered Under Montreal

Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 13, 2017, 10:35:23 am
Thruster Failure & Success
The Nassikas Lorentz force thruster fails the helium test [The original simple design worked, but not the newer designs -- this explains why]

(The following is a followup to a previous message from April 2016 at )

Posted by: Paul LaViolette
October 6, 2017
This is a follow up to an earlier posting on the Nassikas thruster.
In August we carried out a helium test on version II and III of the Nassikas thruster at SuperPower Corp. in Schenectady, NY.  We fixed the coil in a liquid helium dewar with its axis pointed in a horizontal direction.  The dewar in turn was suspended from a ceiling beam so that it could move from side to side.  Any side deflection of the dewar, due to any internally developed force, would have been measured on an electronic scale which was in mechanical contact with the wall of the dewar.  The scale would have been able to register a force as small as 20 grams (0.7 ounce). However, the coil showed no evidence of axial thrust even when the current to it was increased to 175 amps.  So we have concluded that this invention is impractical.  This does not apply to version I, which instead uses a conical YBCO casting with an attached permanent magnet.  That version still has potential application.
In my opinion, the reason why the test failed has to do with a flaw in physical theory.  Conventional thinking is that due to the self interaction of its magnetic field and current a coil develops Lorentz forces which try to expand the coil diameter.  But physicists have ignored that there is another force which can strain coils and cause them to expand which is called the Ampere force.  Both forces increase according to the square of coil current.  The difference is that the Ampere force causes a longitudinal tension, along the length of the wire, whereas the Lorentz force would cause a transverse force, perpendicular to the coil windings.  If the Lorentz force were the predominant force causing tension in a coil, we should have seen an axial propulsion in our experiment.  Since our experiment showed no force, we must conclude that the Lorentz force is essentially absent as a self acting force in coils and that instead the coil expanding force is due to the Ampere force.  Since the Ampere force acts along the length of the coil windings, an axial force component would be unable to develop in a conically shaped coil.  So I believe that all we have accomplished with this experiment is to point out a flaw in physical theory.  The reason why our Finite Element Analysis simulations showed that an axial force should have been developed is because that program assumed that coils develop Lorentz forces when energized.  If physical theory was correct, we should have seen a propulsion, just as the simulations showed.  But Nature does not always behave as we might think or like.
4 Responses to The Nassikas Lorentz force thruster fails the helium test
November 10, 2017 at 12:17 pm
thanks for the update, please let your public know whether a theoretical explanation for the failure of the latest trials should emerge.
Paul LaViolette
November 14, 2017 at 5:22 pm
I gave a theoretical explanation in the posting. Namely, that the force is due to the Ampere force and not to the Lorentz force. Our experiment seems to prove this.
November 7, 2017 at 9:36 am
Dr LaViolette, thanks for sharing this valuable information as well for the efforts in this type of research. May I ask whether there are plans for further development of Version I ? I believe the use of tape multilayer superconductors introduced in Version II and III may have introduced further effects or phenomena which eventually led to a suppression of the effect.
Paul LaViolette
November 8, 2017 at 5:52 pm
The matter is now in the hands of Dr. Nassikas to decide how he wants to proceed. The version I thruster needs repair before testing can continue. There is more to do on his first version to improve the amount of the thrust. I will help him if he needs further help, but there are no plans in the works right now.
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Post by: Luck on December 17, 2017, 06:54:36 pm
(See thruster update above.)


Discovery clears way for human body to work as robust communication network for electronic devices

In first, SpaceX launches recycled rocket and spaceship (Update)

Or is SpaceX a scam?

Volumetric 3-D printing builds on need for speed

Artificial intelligence and supercomputers to help alleviate urban traffic problems

Climate conditions affect solar cell performance more than expected

Microbes help turn Greek yogurt waste into fuel

Micro-grippers may be able to navigate unstructured environments

Anode battery material with superfast charging and stable operation

Daimler delivers its first all-electric trucks in Europe


Will a Superwave Arrive in 2017?
_kathie December 30, 2016 at 4:39 am, Dear Dr. Laviolette; Please note that He3 is causing magnetosphere compression like the waves on the ocean. This is coming in ahead of He4. There are two brown dwarfs which recently entered our outer SS from the S.S/E and originated in Sag.
_Paul LaViolette January 1, 2017 at 7:33 pm, For a body that far away, it is almost impossible to predict that it will pass close enough to affect the Earth. The chance is very small. The chance that such a body will enter the solar system is small to begin with. On the other hand, with superwaves we know from the ice core record that they occur quite frequently. Small events occur about every 500 years. Larger events about every 11,000 years. This is millions of times more probable than the collision or near passage of a planet.

Study finds solar amplification mechanism by which climate is controlled by the level of solar activity & cosmic rays

Study claims chemical tipping point of magma determines explosive potential of volcanoes

Scotland: Geologists discover 60-million-year-old meteorite strike and new mineral forms

Researchers identify new mechanism that helps explain why meteors explode in the atmosphere (Charles Chandler explained better several years ago)

New 'blob' of hot, rising rock detected below part of the U.S. Northeast

The sun is blank, NASA data shows dimming continues

Watching this newborn island erode could tell us a lot about Mars

Chemists Find New Evidence That Life Might Have Started in Space

Interstellar ice may hold the secret to life

Unravelling the mysteries of extragalactic jets

Juno probes the depths of Jupiter's great red spot, finds hydrogen, oxygen and sulfur ions moving at almost light speed

Chandra reveals the elementary nature of Cassiopeia A

Stellar nursery blooms into view

Bright areas on Ceres suggest geologic activity

Energetic electrons in Earth's inner radiation belt are created by cosmic rays from supernovas

New discovery finds starving white dwarfs are binge eaters

Dark energy survey offers new view of dark matter halos

Dawn of a galactic collision

A better way to weigh millions of solitary stars

‘Ram Setu’ exists, is man-made, between India and Sri Lanka

Archaeologists unearth record of ancient Assyria’s demise

Evidence of early humans found in the jungles of Borneo

Indonesian island found to be unusually rich in cave paintings
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 24, 2017, 07:57:40 pm


Gilding technique inspired by ancient Egyptians may spark better fuel cells for tomorrow’s electric cars

Computational method improves the resolution of time-of-flight depth sensors 1,000-fold

Memristors power quick-learning neural network

Boeing to unveil secret plane that will 'change future air power'

New type of self-healing glass

Russia's hi-speed rail boom: Manufactured locally and set to traverse the world (VIDEO)

Russia's new luxury car


Arecibo radar returns with asteroid phaethon images

Conflict of Interest in Scientific Research And Our Own Personal Bias

Scientists can now create air transmissible Ebola and other lethal viruses

Quantum droplets are the most dilute liquids

A new approach for detecting planets in Alpha Centauri

A new kind of spiral wave that embraces disorder is discovered (VIDEO)

Brain imaging bias: Whose brain represents the average?

Cosmic rays trigger [trivial] climate change on Earth by increasing cloud cover

Scientists now think Mars' water is locked in its rocks

Saturn's Rings

Space Skull returns: 'Halloween asteroid' to pass by Earth in 2018

Heidelberg uni physicists find evidence of an exotic state of matter


Mysterious alien cigar ‘asteroid’ is actually an interstellar lump of ice (not a space ship)

Ancient fossil microorganisms indicate that life in the universe is common

The 25 [very doubtful] Biggest Scientific Breakthroughs of 2017

Alien object 'Oumuama was a natural body visiting from another solar system

Orbital mayhem around a red dwarf

NASA solves how a Jupiter jet stream shifts into reverse

A new twist in the dark matter [fairy] tale

Radio observations point to likely explanation for neutron-star merger phenomena

Giant bubbles on red giant star's surface

Astronomers shed [dark] light on formation of black holes and galaxies

Cosmic filament probes our galaxy's giant [non-] black hole

New study finds 'winking' star may be devouring wrecked planets

Scientists describe how solar system could have formed in bubble around giant star

Megamarsupials: the migration of Australia’s extinct megafauna

What Do You Do When You Find a Mammoth on Your Farm?

Who built the Indus Valley civilisation?

The discovery of an ancient mastodon ignited debate over humans’ arrival in North America
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 31, 2017, 06:49:35 pm

Twitter + Citizen Science + AI = improved flood data collection

Alaskan microgrids offer energy resilience and independence

At-a-distance device charging

Driverless taxis became a reality in 2017 and hardly anyone noticed

New dating app based on link between DNA and pheromones to play matchmaker

Sizing up new car-safety technology

Self-driving vehicle proving ground tests cars before they hit open road


Bizarre whirlpool phenomenon observed in southern seas

Jupiter's UV Aurora

The Sun is cooling faster than anyone suspected - and lowering Earth's temperature along with it

Potentially hazardous, near-Earth asteroid, larger than thought

Multiwavelength image of the 'Toothbrush' galaxy cluster

Hubble captures planetary nebula NGC 6326

Researchers discover a chemically primitive dwarf star in the galactic halo

These are the greatest unsolved mysteries of 2017

Ancient Axes, Spear Points May Reveal When Early Humans Left Africa

Experts bowled over by ancient urn found on bed of Lake Biwako

Did Prehistoric Middle Eastern Culture Visit Europe, Spawn Artistic Culture, and Leave?

130 million-year-old nest of perfectly preserved dinosaur eggs discovered in China
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 07, 2018, 05:51:46 pm


Forklift with not only your average 0 turning circle but also with the ability to move sideways

Standardizing Perovskite solar cells aging measurements

Race for 'smart' hits fever pitch at electronics show

What's on center stage at the CES tech show? Your voice

Russian scientists develop experimental underwater breathing technique - aimed at rescuing submarine crews

First batch of Russian 5th generation Su-57 fighter jets to be put in service 'very soon'

Low-effort, high-tech ways to clean your house

PrePeat rewritable printer

Fast Car Window De-icing

Ancient Mauryan technology brings water, hope to dry Magadh in Bihar, India


Scan technique reveals secret writing in mummy cases

Speed breeding technique sows seeds of new green revolution

NASA asteroid hunter spies Earth from far, far away


500,000yo hunter-gatherer 'paradise' discovered near busy Israeli roadway

Unknown Native American population revealed by DNA study

Did comet impacts kill lots of animals in Alaska?

Study predicts next phase of solar cycle will bring on 'Mini Ice Age' as early as 2020

Earth's thermostat discovered in rocks: Regulates planet and helps recover from ice ages

New study traces electric currents that flow along Earth's magnetic field

Large ancient impact event discovered in Southeast Asia

Four-dimensional physics now studied in two dimensions

Researchers cool object beyond limits of known physics

New largest prime number discovered

How quantised inertia gets rid of dark matter

New method of examining teeth reveals ancient people lived much longer than currently believed

How randomness is a key in the spread of disease, other 'evil'

Mysterious Meteorite in Australia Points to Huge Undiscovered Asteroid

The geometry of nuclear black hole accretion disks [or something]

Researchers measure the inner structure of distant suns from their pulsations

Library of galaxy histories reconstructed from motions of stars

Weighing massive stars in nearby galaxy reveals excess of heavyweights

Tools near Mumbai beach trace human settlements to Middle Stone Age

Study may shed new light on dispersal of early modern humans


Everything We Learned in One Year About Thousands of Years of Human Evolution
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 14, 2018, 03:49:17 pm

Wind output in Denmark last year was a record-setter

New technique eases production, customization of soft robotics

'Holostream' allows high-quality wireless 3-D video communications

Ten year runtime from coin cell battery is CES talking point in smart home chip

Organic solar cells as an alternative to conventional solar cells

Harnessing the power of algae—new, greener fuel cells move step closer to reality

GM seeks US approval for car with no steering wheel

Surprising discovery could lead to better batteries

Top takeaways from Consumers Electronics Show

Fossil fuels blown away by wind in cost terms


Peru’s Alpine Herders Revive Ancient Technologies to Face the Future

Hypatia stone a meteorite of unique unEarthly composition

Proof of fourth dimension?

Astronomers are honing in on the source of puzzling fast radio bursts

Massive subsurface ice sheets offer potential water source for future explorers of Mars

Astronomers catch supermassive black hole myth emitting gas

Little-known 2012 volcanic eruption was actually the largest in over a century

Milky Way's stellar 'rainbow' captured in stunning Hubble image

Comet 41P record-breaking slowdown could cause it to break up or change direction

Exoplanets discovered rotating at "perfect fifth" intervals

Ingredients for life revealed in meteorites that fell to Earth

Special star is a Rosetta Stone for understanding the sun's variability and climate effect

Researchers study complex morphology of the protoplanetary disc around star MWC 758

Gravitational waves [?] measure the universe

Saturn's moon Titan sports Earth-like features

Meteorites reveal story of Martian climate

Astronomers detect 'whirlpool' movement in earliest galaxies

New stellar streams confirm 'melting pot' history of the galaxy

Swarm of hydrogen clouds flying away from center of our galaxy

New SOFIA observations help unravel mysteries of the birth of colossal suns

Hubble finds substellar objects in the Orion Nebula

NASA study shows disk patterns in space can self-generate

'Aromatic' interstellar chemistry

Possible lava tube skylights discovered near the North Pole of the Moon

Citizen scientists discover five-planet system

Magnetic coil springs accelerate particles on the Sun [not electric double layers?]

Hubble and Spitzer team up to find magnified and stretched out image of distant galaxy

Nature article turns theory of stellar evolution upside-down

Ancient rock drawing could be oldest image of a supernova

Rajahmundry: Excavations reveal tools, crystal beads

Ancient DNA sheds light on the mysterious origins of the first Scandinavians


Lucky find gives archeologists glimpse into early hunting technology in Yukon

Swiss archaeologist discovers the earliest tomb of a Scythian prince
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 21, 2018, 02:28:46 pm


Researchers in Japan are showing way to decode thoughts

Novel 3-D printing technique yields high-performance composites

Researchers develop more efficient conversion method for solar energy

3-D printing equipment in the field

Biodegradable sensor monitors pressure in the body then disappears

Miniaturized origami-inspired robot combines micrometer precision with high speed

Using crumpled graphene balls to make better batteries

Could AI compromise better than humans?

Foldable wheels save space

Aquatic robots deployed to monitor water pollution without disturbing surroundings

Spectacles that prevent faces being captured on camera


New research must be better reported—the future of society depends on it

Complex engineering and metal-work discovered beneath ancient Greek ‘pyramid’ (4500 BP)

Turkish Professor Claims Koran Flood Story Tells of Muslim Noah Calling Son on Cell-Phone

The asteroids most likely to hit Earth

Life Is Common in the Universe, New Analysis of Meteorites Suggests

Spitzer and Hubble Telescopes Provide 3D Journey through Magnificent Orion Nebula


New research challenges existing models of black holes

Meteorites recovered from Michigan meteor explosion

Where can you find chunks of the meteor that blew up over Michigan?

Russia, Canada, Northern European countries identified as prime targets for Earth-bound meteorites

Infrared photometric observations reveal insights into the nature of the dwarf nova V2051 Ophiuchi

How massive can neutron stars be? [Not massive enough to exist]

Astronomers conduct detailed chemical analysis of eleven globular clusters

Hubble weighs in on mass of three million billion suns

Lonely black hole [or black dragon] hiding in giant star cluster

Meteorites brought water to Earth

Meteoritic stardust unlocks timing of supernova dust formation

NASA team studies middle-aged Sun by tracking motion of Mercury

Possible nova in southern Constellation Musca

NASA warns another giant asteroid will hurtle past earth in early February

UN climate change predictions challenged by mainstream study

Trees etc that need and miss the mammoths etc

Rocket launch over Japan appears similar to California UFO reports

The stories behind Aboriginal star names now recognised by the world’s astronomical body

DNA solves the mystery of how these mummies were related

Divers Found The World’s Largest Underwater Cave, And It’s Full of Maya Secrets

Georgetown in northern Queensland once part of North America
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 28, 2018, 04:05:05 pm


Baking soda dries superglue fast and strengthens it - good for mechanics etc

The world’s most powerful acoustic tractor beam could pave the way for levitating humans

E-skin for manipulating virtual objects without touching them

New metal-mesh membrane could solve longstanding battery problems and lead to inexpensive power storage

3-D printing improves cell adhesion and strength of PDMS polymer

Inverse-design approach leads to metadevices

Depth sensing capabilities via Intel cameras

Drones learn to navigate autonomously by imitating cars and bicycles

Adding graphene girders to silicon electrodes could double the life of lithium batteries

New sensor for measuring electric field strength

Nature-inspired soft millirobot for tight spaces

3-D printing with titanium

Saildrone to provide valuable ocean data

Driverless police vehicles

New 3D image technique could make 'holograms' commonplace

New laser system renders full-color 3-D images in thin air

'Conductive concrete' found to shield electronics from EMP attack

Drones to lengthen life of satellites in orbit


Norwegian houses reused for over 1000 years during Stone Age

Triple whammy of lunar treats on January 31

Neuroscientists Track Thought's Trip through Brain

Seven new remote clusters of galaxies discovered

Fake News: Scientists find oxidized iron deep within Earth's mantle [The deepest bore hole is 12 km, way short of 550 km]

A virus-like protein is important for cognition and memory

Scientists viewing neutron star collision don't understand why X-ray glow keeps getting brighter

Ships on the Ocean shape clouds above

Synthetic incompatibility process prevents GMO species from breeding with natural species

Mars basin 'favorable' to life

[Useless] Axion particle theory

Asteroid 2002 AJ129 to fly safely past Earth February 4

Researchers discover a blazar-like narrow-line Seyfert 1 galaxy [Blazars are ring stars]

Puzzling finding about atmospheric physics of giant planets

Winds outside black holes [or something]

Dust storms linked to gas escape from Martian atmosphere

Chasing dark matter [& wild geese]

The structure of an active galactic nucleus

Europa and other planetary bodies may have extremely low-density surfaces

Research shows first jet from massive young star detected outside our galaxy

Scientists say humans could have left Africa up to 70,000 years earlier than had been thought

‘First Face of America’ explores how humans reached the New World

Glacial archaeology on the roof of Norway

Ethiopia could be sitting on one of world’s great untapped gold deposits

The Evolution of Round Brains Ushered in the ‘Human Revolution’

Ancient Human Genomes Reveal Complicated Split into Europeans and Asians

Archaeologists Find Oldest Human Remains Out of Africa, From Nearly 200,000 Years Ago
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 05, 2018, 02:23:17 pm


Tiny hygrobots need no batteries—they are powered by water

Americans are spending more time at home, and it's saving a lot of energy

Mazda has fine ambitions for future gasoline engine

Scientists demonstrate remarkable stability in perovskite solar cells

Smart furniture transforms spaces in tiny apartments

Engineers develop flexible lithium battery for wearable electronics

3-D printing of living cells

Extra dimension creates stronger, safer concrete

Robot makes coffee at new cafe in Japan's capital

Tesla, Australia to turn 50,000 homes into power generators
- I Don't Believe in Elon Musk

Novel metal-oxide magnesium battery for high-density energy storage

Automating materials design

Majority of Americans 'not comfortable' with self-driving cars


Mysterious 'pyramids' are spotted on the ocean floor [few months old news]

An unbiased approach for sifting through big data

Rare find of bus-size dinosaur in Egypt

Unexpected find of missing detritus by robots exploring undersea volcanic eruption means need to rewrite rock record

A major earthquake in California is long overdue

The strange properties of metallic hydrogen

Researchers discover new phenomena when splitting a crystal in two [like ionization]

Early humans witnessed global cooling, warming, and massive fires from comet debris impacts says major study

Mars Rover Curiosity snaps selfie and takes stunning panorama of Red Planet
- Mars rovers really on Earth?

Local networks run the world

Planets discovered in another galaxy for the first time

Researchers study interstellar medium in the galaxy NGC 3665

Astrochemists reveal the magnetic secrets of methanol

The unexpected matter found in hostile black hole winds

Stellar embryos in nearby dwarf galaxy contain surprisingly complex organic molecules

First 883-gigahertz global ice-cloud map

IllustrisTNG, the most advanced universe model of its kind

Distant galaxy group contradicts common cosmological models, simulations

Natural telescope sets new magnification record

Stellar winds behaving unexpectedly

A Recent Ice Age Was Triggered by a Firestorm Bigger Than The One That Killed The Dinosaurs

10,000-year-old Middle Stone Age ‘crayon’ used to paint animal skin discovered in England

Northern European population history revealed by ancient human genomes

Did Ancient Greeks Sail to Canada?

Genome Study Uncovers Origin of Farming in Europe

Ancient tools found in India undermine the “out of Africa” hypothesis

4,300-Year-Old Tomb of Royal Female Official Found in Egypt
Title: Re: 7) Tech, Products & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 07, 2018, 04:59:32 pm
(See recent Tech & Sci News above at .)

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_Video Published on Dec 1, 2017
Cold Brew Coffee Maker
Bone Conduction Headphones
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Anti Snoring Solution
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Recovery tracks
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Swiss Army Knife Accessory
_Video Published on Dec 4, 2017
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Gregory Baltoro 65
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Deuter ACT Lite 65+10
Kelty Revol 65
_Video Published on Dec 5, 2017
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Cane hook
NIID-UNO II Backpack
Solar Car
Lighting Arms
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Sierra Designs DriDown Backcountry Bed
Nemo Nocturne Sleeping Bag
Kelty Sine 20 Degree Sleeping Bag
Hyke & Byke Eolus Ultralight Mummy Bag
Outdoor Vitals Explorer Sleeping Bag
_Video Published on Dec 7, 2017
PIN Genie
Cellphone Belt Clip
Insect Gun
AI Glasses
_Video Published on Dec 8, 2017
MSR TrailShot Micro-Filtration System
Nemo Cloudview Hammock
MSR Thru-Hiker Mesh House 2 & Wing Shelter
Helio Portable Pressure Shower
Kelty Linger Side Table
_Video Published on Dec 9, 2017
RAK Magnetic Wristband
Laser Tape Measure
Instant Pot
Self-Adjusting Wire Stripper
_Video Published on Dec 11, 2017
Computer Security Key
Electric Camp Stove
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Bike Light
_Video Published on Dec 12, 2017
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Traveler Kit
Magnetic clip
iPad case and stand
Android Hi-Fi
_Video Published on Dec 13, 2017
Posture Vertical Backpack
MegaTech Backpack
Agile Backpack
bolstr 2.0 EDC Bag
GoBag BackPack
_Video Published on Dec 14, 2017
Lunatec Aquabot
Spire LX Camp Stove
Kelty Shindig Blanket
Ultralight Compression Sack
Four-Season Camping Hammock
_Video Published on Dec 15, 2017
Keep Mosquitoes Away
Phone Stand
Putt Ramp
Pet sitter
Food vacuum
_Video Published on Dec 16, 2017
Boot Bag
Outdoor Jacket
Pole System
Bushcraft knife
_Video Published on Dec 18, 2017
Balancing Bird
Wooden bags
_Video Published on Dec 20, 2017
Moldable Glue
Flood Sensor
Genuine Leather iPhone Case
Behavioral Technology
Windshield Ice and Snow Cover
_Video Published on Dec 21, 2017
Flameless Silicone Cooker
Sleep enhancer & energy booster
Smart cigarette packet
_Video Published on Dec 22, 2017
Backpacking Boots
Avalanche Airbag System
_Video Published on Dec 23, 2017
Snow Joe  Cordless Snow Shovel
Greenworks Cordless Snow Shovel
Snow Joe 15" Snow Blower
Greenworks 20" Snow Thrower
Snow Joe 24" Snow Blower
_Video Published on Dec 26, 2017
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Cooling Device
Swim Paddle
Fishing Gun
Collapsible Water Bottle
_Video Published on Dec 27, 2017
MSR Elixir Backpacking Tent
Sea to Summit Sleeping Mat
Osprey Packs BigKit
Patagonia Better Sweater
PLATYPUS 1L Meta Bottle
_Video Published on Dec 28, 2017
Compact Tripod
360 Degree Camera
Earbud Case
Universal Phone Holder
Camera Slider
_Video Published on Dec 29, 2017
Vehicle Desk
Lightning Audio + Charge Adapter
Timer Cap
Magnet Tools
Gel Memory Foam Mattress
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 07, 2018, 05:02:17 pm
(See recent Tech & Sci News above +Dec. Products/Inventions.)

Latest Greatest Website -
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_Video Published on Jan 4, 2018
Tactical Hatchet
Survival Kit
Solar Wrap
Fire Knife
Pepper Gel
_Video Published on Jan 5, 2018
SA Sports 175‑lb. Fever Crossbow
Barnett Ghost 360 Crossbow
Barnett Razr Ice Carbonlite Crossbow
SA Sports Empire Beowulf 360 FPS Crossbow
Benjamin Pioneer Airbow
_Video Published on Jan 8, 2018
Framed Montana Carbon Full Suspension Fat Bike - SRAM X01 Eagle 1X12 & Carbon Wheels
QuietKat FatKat Electric QKECO750 Mountain Bike
Framed Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike w/ Bluto Fork
QuietKat FatKat Electric QKM1000 Mountain Bike
Framed Minnesota 2.0 Fat Bike
_Video Published on Jan 10, 2018
Jones Carbon Flagship Snowboard 2018
Yes. Greats Snowboard 2018
GNU Forest Bailey Space Case Asym Snowboard 2018
Capita Kazu Kokubo Pro Snowboard 2018
Arbor Bryan Iguchi Pro-Rocker Snowboard 2018
_Video Published on Jan 11, 2018
Wind Power
Dash Cam
Motion Simulator
_Video Published on Jan 12, 2018
Beverage Tub
Portable Power Station
Camera Dolly
_Video Published on Jan 13, 2018
Eddyline Equinox Kayak
Eddyline Skylark Kayak
Point 65 XO11 GTE Skeg Kayak
Aquaglide Blackfoot HB Angler SL Kayak
Aquaglide Columbia XP One Inflatable Kayak
_Video Published on Jan 16, 2018
Dry Bag
Steam Inhaler
Pocket tool
Retractable Strap
_Video Published on Jan 17, 2018
Building Blocks
Cutting Board
Natural toothbrush
Virtual fence
_Video Published on Jan 18, 2018
Guide Gear Ultimate Cooler
Therm-a-Rest Ridgerest Solar Sleeping Pad
The North Face Snow Leopard Sleeping Bag
Big Agnes Big House Deluxe 6 Tent
Helinox Lite Camping Cot
_Video Published on Jan 22, 2018
Trekking Poles
Teepee Tent
Hot Water on Demand
Single Serve Coffee Brewer
Sleep System
_Video Published on Jan 22, 2018
Floating platform
LED Bulb
_Video Published on Jan 24, 2018
Storage container
Hiking Light
Neo-Vintage LED Lightbulb
Pocket Blanket
Kids Tablet
_Video Published on Jan 25, 2018
Car Video Recorder
Whole Home WiFi
Key Finder
Smart Flameless LED Candle
Digital Thermometer
_Video Published on Jan 26, 2018
Microphone Muting Adapter
Voice Assistant
Universal Handle
Travel Pillow
_Video Published on Jan 27, 2018
Scarpa Men's Instinct VS Climbing Shoe
FrictionLabs Secret Stuff Chalk Cream
Mad Rock Mustache Mad Pad
Metolius Chalk Bag
Outdoor Research Splitter Gloves
_Video Published on Jan 29, 2018
Phone Lanyard
Cabinet step
Book rack
For ski boots
Bike car
_Video Published on Jan 30, 2018
Atlas Spindrift Snowshoes
MSR Lightning Explore Snowshoe
NORTHERN LITES Backcountry Snowshoes
Tubbs Frontier Snowshoes
U.S. Military Surplus Magnesium Snowshoes
_Video Published on Jan 31, 2018
Super Jacket
Wireless Charging
Fooling burglars
Foot Thing
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 11, 2018, 06:08:41 pm


Cockroach-inspired Ambulatory MicroRobot is speedy, resilient and versatile

Cities of the future may be built with locally available volcanic ash

New process could make wood as strong as titanium alloys but lighter and cheaper

Engineers develop a new method of keeping the lights on if the world turns to 100% clean, renewable energy

New '4-D goggles' allow wearers to be 'touched' by approaching objects

Robots can go all the way to Mars, but they can't pick up the groceries

Your gadget's next power supply? Your body

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Feb 2, 2018
RolleR MuG
Make creamy foam
Feb 3, 2018
Shoe Cover
BBQ lighter
Magnetic Storage
Clothes dryer
Feb 5, 2018
Ultimate Direction Jurek FKT Vest
Badlands Exo Rain Jacket
Optimus Elektra FE Cook System
EUREKA Gonzo Grill
Sierra Designs Backcountry Quilt
Feb 6, 2018
Chicken Door
Kids chores
litter box
Photography Backpack
Feb 7, 2018
Leather Gloves
Smart Pen
The Pen
Jump Starter
Feb 9, 2018
Cord Tool
Hammock hanger
B. B. Outdoor Gear Co.
72 Hour Emergency Camp Cook Kit
Feb 10, 2018

100k times narrower than paper: Indian scientists say they created 'world's thinnest nanosheets'


Bosnian Pyramids: Archaeologists Have Made A Discovery That Defies Explanation

Ancient Archeological Discoveries Made In 2017

Ancient Discoveries in Nebraska That Remain a Mystery

Ancient Power Tool Evidence in Egypt

Human Debris and Dinosaurs

Neanderthals used fire to fashion tools

Ground-breaking DNA results on 10,000-year-old fossil reveals Brits

'Superionic ice' found on Uranus and Neptune

Jupiter & Saturn - Gas Giants?

Princeton physicist William Happer states the obvious: Climate models 'don't work'

Ancient virus could be the reason humans developed the ability to think

Astronomers have discovered swarms of tiny comets orbiting an alien sun

Plants have consciousness, new study suggests [just like robots or rocks?]

Sci-Hub, The pirate queen of science [U.S. government is the real pirate]

Sunspots are not from Solar Interior

Neurons are even more complex than we thought

Stellar winds behaving unexpectedly

New studies of clay formation provide clues about early Martian climate

Three new millisecond pulsars discovered in Terzan 5 globular cluster

Widespread galactic cannibalism in Stephan's Quintet revealed by CFHT

Reduced energy from the sun might occur by mid-century—now, scientists know by how much

Toward a better prediction of solar eruptions

Astrophysicists settle cosmic debate on magnetism of planets and stars

New Horizons captures record-breaking images in the Kuiper Belt

Scientists find massive reserves of mercury hidden in permafrost

Newly discovered buildings reveal clues to ancient Egyptian dynasties

Chinese Archeologists Find 9,000-Year-Old Wells in Central China

Dinosaur-killing asteroid caused molten rock to burst from ocean floor

Mysterious sand mounds in Australia are Aboriginal burial sites dating back millennia

Discovery of Windsor Neolithic monument
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 18, 2018, 05:09:09 pm


New method for waking up small electronic devices

Researchers discover new lead-free perovskite material for solar cells

Boston Dynamics robot has claw-arm to turn handle and hold door open

All-terrain microbot moves by tumbling over complex topography

New chip reduces neural networks' power consumption by up to 95 percent

Teaching robots to climb walls by mimicking the cockroach headbutt

Cross an airplane with a submarine

Neural network used to detect earthquakes

System draws power from daily temperature swings

Accelerates snow melt with 'Melt Mat'

Lithium-ion batteries can be charged five times faster

Penn drones navigate on their own, could save people from harm

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The NOMATIC Backpack and Travel Pack
CabinR Anti-theft Travel Backpack
The Daily Active Everyday Backpack
Arcido: Akra & Vaga

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Katadyn Pocket Water Filter
Sierra Designs Night Glow
MSR Windburner Stove System
Trovat Advanced High GTX

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MÜLIBEX camp chair
Origami Folding Canoe
NEMO Galaxi Tent

Feb 16, 2018
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Instant Pot
Vitamix S30 Personal Blender
Big Berkey Stainless Steel Water Filtration System
Bluetooth Portable Audio System

Feb 17, 2018
Kitchen Funnels
Laptop stand
Lens Cap


Massive lava dome lurks underneath Japan's Ōsumi Islands

Enriched uranium found floating above Alaska

Yellowstone super volcano under strain from pressure in magma chamber [it exploded during the Great Flood cataclysm & is not a threat now IMO]

The paradox of Earth's core - it shouldn't exist

Sunspot explodes for more than 6 hours, hurls giant solar flare at earth

Storm on Neptune is mysteriously fading away

More about the mystery of the origin of gold

Solar minimum is upon us and 20 years of data shows other stars are exhibiting similar signs

*New form of light created in the lab

Did ancient ozone holes sterilize forests 252 million years ago?

Retrocausality may explain how the future can change what happens now - as in a quantum time machine [or it may not exist]

*Layer of "slime" could leave areas more vulnerable to submarine landslides

Kikai volcano set to erupt and could kill 100 million people (1% chance in 100 years around Japan) [risk may be lower since prior eruption likely occurred during last global cataclysm]

Oumuamua asteroid had a violent past and has been tumbling around for billions of years

New models give insight into the heart of the Rosette Nebula

Researchers conduct chemical analysis of three chemically peculiar stars

Rotating gaseous donut around an active supermassive [superelectric] black hole

Scientists directly observe electron dynamics of the Northern Lights

Andromeda galaxy was formed in 'recent' star crash

Milky Way ties with Andromeda in size

Kepler scientists discover almost 100 new exoplanets

Supermassive [no, superelectric] black holes are outgrowing their galaxies

Long-lived Mars rover Opportunity keeps finding surprises

Discovery of Windsor Neolithic monument excites archaeologists

Cheddar Man changes the way we think about our ancestors

Is the mummy with the agonising death face Ramses III’s murderous son Prince Pentewere?

What ancient footprints can tell us

Clay tablets from the cradle of civilisation provide new insight to the history of medicine

Ancient 34,000-year-old lavish burial

Homo sapiens beat out Neanderthals because of art

More light shines on Pleistocene extinction event
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Science News
Post by: Luck on February 25, 2018, 03:53:04 pm


Stretchable, touch-sensitive electronics

Robotic system could lend a hand with warehouse sorting etc

Augmented reality takes 3-D printing to next level

Polymer solar cells

Aspark's EV does 0 to 60 in under 2 seconds

Snake-inspired robot uses kirigami to move

Toyota's magnet lowers reliance on expensive neodymium

Our future air taxi?

Phone makers will seek to entice new buyers with better cameras and bigger screens

Home monitor is one smart sentry

Ultra-thin elastic LED display that can comfortably be worn over the skin

Prospects for deep sea mining

Feb 19, 2018
Pooper Scooper

Feb 21, 2018
Hidden Pocket
Measure Speed

Feb 22, 2018
Touring Kayak

Feb 23, 2018
Rocket Stove Cook Kit
Survival Shelter
Heated Jacket
Kids Electric Boat

Feb 24, 2018
Cam Nets
Cycling Helmet


Puzzling change in Southern Ocean revealed by CSIRO

A single volcano can change Earth's atmosphere

Infrasound microphones could predict volcano eruptions

Most distant supernova observed

Modern tech unravels mysteries of Egyptian mummy portraits

Fossilized reptile footprints suggest lizards were running on two feet 110 million [make that 5,000] years ago

What's wrong with alternative facts? Absolutely nothing!

Did humans learn to speak through cave art?

Some types of black holes erase your past [so you forget black holes exist]

Evidence from lunar missions finds water is widely distributed across the moon's surface

Charged oxygen in ionosphere may offer biomarker for exoplanets

Lyman-alpha emission detected around quasar J1605-0112

Nearly a decade after Mars Phoenix landed dust has covered some marks

Magnetic field traces gas and dust swirling around supermassive black hole [misnomer]

Improved Hubble yardstick gives fresh evidence for new physics in the universe

Increased the Number of Asteroids We Can Mine

Five surprising things DNA has revealed about our ancestors

Mystery behind the origin of 3,000-year-old ‘alien’ Paracas elongated skulls revealed by DNA testing

Homo erectus may have been a sailor – and able to speak

Secret to Great Pyramid’s Near-Perfect Alignment Possibly Found

Ancient DNA tells tales of humans’ migrant history

Arrival of Beaker folk changed Britain for ever, ancient DNA study shows
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 04, 2018, 07:19:53 pm


Groupe Renault will show how second-life batteries can support a local "smart island" ecosystem

Researchers have developed a new way to improve lithium ion battery efficiency

Alternative to traditional batteries: supercapacitor

Flexible, stretchable silver nanowire circuits

Design for new electrode could boost supercapacitors' performance

Novel 3-D printing method embeds sensing capabilities within robotic actuators

Custom carpentry with help from robots

Layered oxides for rechargeable zinc batteries

Chemistry of a high-performance battery

A lithium battery that operates at -70 degrees Celsius

Human-in-the-loop optimization improves the function of soft, wearable robots

4G mobile phone network on the moon

Aqueous storage [charging] device needs only 20 seconds to go

Fooling the human via changes to images

Video of Russian Su-57s

Feb 26, 2018
Chain ‘Em Up
Ironing pad
Recoup Fitness Cold Massage Roller
Portable SSD
Travel Jacket

Feb 27, 2018
Jetboil Millijoule Cooking System
Granite Gear Crown2 38 Backpack
Katadyn Befree Water filter
Eureka Midori 2 Person Tent
Outdoor Research Floodlight Jacket

Feb 28, 2018
Inflatable Lounge Chair
Coffee Table
Smart Water Bottle
Drone with Glove Controller

Mar 1, 2018
Portable Generator
Camp Axe
Backpacking Stove
Bunk Cot
Sock Shoes

Mar 2, 2018
Adventure Shorts
Tenkara Zoom Rod
Mosquito Resistant Clothing
Power Station
EDC Pocket Tool

Mar 3, 2018
VPN router
Noise Reduction Microphone
Bike Storage
Magic Tee

from Latest Greatest


An old Irish legend about an ancient Egyptian princess

Y-DNA Haplogroups links Nordic and Germanic people to Arabs and Jews

The Lost Ten Tribes and DNA

Restoring Coral Reefs Is Possible and Surprisingly Fast

Vid: SHOCKING Mystery: Something Obliterated Hundreds of Forest Trees in Seconds!

Cool Moonlight

World's first recorded opalised pearls discovered in Australia

Powerful flare detected from Proxima Centauri

Neutron star [pulsar] that defies all the rules

Cyclic Catastrophism vs Big Bang: the CMB explains the creation of our solar system

Study examines brain mechanisms that endow Iceman Wim Hof with exceptional resistance to cold

Humans can use echolocation just like bats

Biggest ever family tree shows when cousins stopped marrying (due to becoming socially less acceptable)

Redefining the second

Fast growing black hole defies the laws of physics [just like modern physics does]

'Reverse speciation'

Do larger pupils mean higher intelligence?

Image: Galaxy: aftermath of a long-ago galactic collision

This was exactly where cassini crashed into Saturn

Stars around the Milky Way: Cosmic space invaders or victims of galactic eviction?

Astronomers identify a mega metal-poor dwarf star

How does water change the Moon's origin story?

When do aging brown dwarfs sweep the clouds away?

[Pseudonymed] Black hole blasts may transform 'mini-Neptunes' into rocky worlds

Core of the Milky Way reveals surprisingly low star formation

Research details mineralogy of potential lunar exploration site

Curiosity tests a new way to drill on Mars

Strongly lensed type Ia supernovae

Hubble observes exoplanet atmosphere in more detail

Unprecedentedly wide and sharp [unicorn] dark matter map

Giant handaxes suggest that different groups of early humans coexisted in ancient Europe

Rare Mammoth Tracks Reveal an Intimate Portrait of Herd Life

Scientists Find Bugs That Could Indicate There Is Hidden Life On Mars

The Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact Also Created A Stunningly Beautiful Geological Masterpiece

See Inside This Newly Discovered Ancient Egyptian Cemetery


Ancient DNA reveals genetic replacement despite language continuity in the South Pacific

Rock art and mystery: Ancient camel sculptures in Saudi desert

Divers Find ‘Unprecedented’ Native American Burial Site Off The Coast of Florida

The moon actually came from inside our planet
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 11, 2018, 06:05:37 pm


Materials 'sandwich' breaks barrier for solar cell efficiency

Two-wheel transporter will transform into smart sidekick

New insights could pave the way for self-powered low energy devices

Eco-friendly smart glass panels that switch from transparent to opaque

Proton battery breakthrough

Manure could heat your home

Novel semiconductor-superconductor

Scientists develop new tool for imprinting biochips

Electrically charging planes have reduced risk of being struck by lightning

*New technique for creating lightweight materials that are stiffer and stronger

*New Beehive allows honey to be harvested on demand directly from the hive without harming bees

New hybrid panel can harvest energy from sunlight and raindrops

Russian Mig-31 Test-Firing the Hypersonic Missile

World-first firing of air-breathing electric thruster for spaceflight

Mar 6, 2018
The Towelster
Gesture Control
The Thinking Egg

Mar 7, 2018
Fjallraven - Men's Keb Trousers
Marmot Phoenix rain jacket
Tarptent Notch
Black Diamond Stone Climbing Gloves
Columbia Royce Peak Pants

Mar 8, 2018
Seven Great Lithium Powered Lawn Mowers:
Sun Joe

Mar 9, 2018
Camping Hammock
Hammock Tarp
Top Quilt
Under Quilt
Hammock Suspension System

Mar 10, 2018
Snorkeling Mask
Electric Bike
Hammock Shelter
Side Table

from Latest Greatest


*Evidence to Believe Giants Existed

127 million-year-old baby bird rewrites dinosaur story
[I'll rewrite that: make that 5 thousand year old baby bird fossil]

Comet Chury: Younger than originally thought

Scientists unravel mysterious ball lightning puzzle

South Atlantic Anomaly: The 'Bermuda Triangle' of space

*Galactic cosmic rays hitting Earth are 'bad and getting worse'

The discovery that some animals thrive despite hugely mutated DNA hidden in their genome is forcing us to rethink some basics of evolution

NASA's sun-observing satellites recreate solar eruption in 3-D

Scientists find type of ice [from heavy water] not known on Earth trapped in diamond

*Unique diamond impurities indicate water deep in Earth's mantle

NASA preparing spacecraft to nuke dangerous asteroids

*Experiments shed new light on composition of prehistoric oceans

How we discovered the strange physics of [plasma?] jets

"Warm Saturn" exoplanet discovered by astronomers

Chemical sleuthing unravels possible path to forming life's building blocks in space

Hubble finds huge system of dusty material enveloping the young star HR 4796A

Geometric clusters of cyclones churn over Jupiter's poles

Imaging a galaxy's molecular outflow

Filaments of Orion Nebula a star formation region

*Harappans of India over 3,700 years ago had knowledge of hydraulic engineering
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 18, 2018, 01:12:43 pm


LATE ADDITION: Vid: Amazing Homemade Inventions 2018

Tokyo Tech's six-legged robots get closer to nature

Drone tracks moving subjects for videos while freely navigating any environment

Research team develops clinically-validated 3-D printed stethoscope

Origami-inspired self-locking foldable robotic arm

Lunavity device to allow wearer to defy gravity

Silicon breakthrough could lead to new high-performance bendable electronics

Alcatel’s first Android Go phone is coming to the US for under $100

Navy launches USS Colorado submarine with Xbox controllers

Cracking new ways to fight plastic waste

Printing matter from the air? Nanotube membrane start-up thinks big

Researchers able to sew atomic lattices together seamlessly

Mar 12, 2018
Ultra Fat Bike
Vibrations absorbing bike grips
Repair Frame Bag
Visor Cleaner
Cool Bike

Mar 13, 2018
Race Vest
AlpineAire Foods
5 Person Tent
Nesting Cook Set

Mar 14, 2018
Boltron Wireless Car Cradle
QSun Wearable Sun Tracker

Mar 15, 2018
Portable seat
Solar lantern
Sleeping Bag without zippers
Electric Fat Tire Mountain Bike
Pocket Knife

Mar 16, 2018
Schrade Survival Axe
Birler Compact Pack Axe
Gerber Freescape Hatchet
Estwing Sportsman's Axe
Expedition Hatchet

Mar 17, 2018
Smart Blender
Smart Cooking System
Smart Wifi-Enabled Slow Cooker
Smart Kitchen Scale
Smart Electric Kettle

from Latest Greatest


*Ask Randall: Climate Change – Who Are The Real Deniers?

Electrostatics Simulator

Metagenomic clustering powered by supercomputers for making sense of big science data

Spectacular dance of two galaxies' merger gives birth to new stars

Fastest burst of radio waves detected by astronomers

Astronomers suspect the Milky Way's excess gamma rays are emitted from dying stars [more likely from star formation]

Stephen Hawking Died Long Ago

Red alert: Jupiter's 'spot' turning orange and changing shape

Scientists in Russia testing lasers to blow up deadly asteroids

Ancient humans learned to be social more than 320,000 years ago

15 new planets confirmed around cool dwarf stars

Astronomers discover two bright high-redshift quasars

New study suggests galactic bulge emissions not due to dark matter

Astronomers rethink quasar environment

Recent changes in Ceres' surface

New technique uses AI to locate and count craters on the moon

Rare metals on Mars and Earth implicate colossal impacts

These Early Indonesians Prospered During What Should Have Been a Devastating Volcanic Winter

The origins of Pama-Nyungan, Australia’s largest family of Aboriginal languages

Asteroids and comets shower Mars with organics

Ash from dinosaur-era volcanoes linked with shale oil, gas

Australia’s Jurassic Park leaves lasting impressions [dinosaur tracks]

Unexplained Underwater Craters Found Off Coast of Iceland

Solar alignments in Ancient Egypt

Humans bred with mysterious Denisovan species more than once
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 25, 2018, 01:19:15 pm


Implantable sensor relays real-time personal health data to a cell phone

New valve technology promises cheaper, greener engines

Make way for the mini flying machines

New 4-D printer could reshape the world we live in

Depth-sensing imaging system can peer through fog

New design produces true lithium-air battery

New artificial intelligence technique dramatically improves the quality of medical imaging

World's smallest computer smaller than grain of salt

Flexible ultrasound patch could make it easier to inspect damage in odd-shaped structures

3-D printing for automobiles

Understanding of liquid-to-glass transition process improves creation of metallic glass

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Mar 19, 2018
iRocker SUPs
ISLE Surf and SUP
Tower Paddle Boards
Sun Dolphin Seaquest

Mar 20, 2018
AeroGarden Bounty Elite
Expandable Green Wall
Click & Grow Smart Garden
Florafelt Vertical Garden
Vertical Garden by Outland Living

Mar 21, 2018
Bamboo Tumbler with Tea Infuser
Glass Teapot
One-Touch Tea Maker
Electric Square Tea Maker
Japanese Iron Tetsubin Teapots

Mar 22, 2018
Kelty Classic Furniture Collection
Pop-Up Trash Can
Folding Camping Table
Twist Anchor

Mar 23, 2018
Portable Workstation
metal bottle
Storage box
lead removal bottle
Action Camera

Mar 24, 2018
Power Bank
Folding Grilling Table

from Latest Greatest


New Comet: C/2018 E1 (ATLAS)

Scholz's star disturbed prehistory solar system comets

Math proves there is a something hiding beyond Pluto at the edge of our Solar System

Magma plume stretching all the way from Mexico found beneath Yellowstone supervolcano

Possible Nova in constellation Carina

Mount Etna: Europe's biggest volcano 'sliding towards the sea'

Measuring white dwarf masses with gravitational lensing

'Oumuamua likely came from a binary star system

Mars' oceans formed early, possibly aided by massive volcanic eruptions

Radio nebula discovered around the pulsar PSR J0855–4644

New theory to explain why planets in our solar system have different compositions

The absence of ants — entomologist confirms first Saharan farming 10,000 years ago

Agriculture initiated by indigenous peoples, not Fertile Crescent migration

New Understanding Of Kenyan Paleoenvironments Opens Window On Human Evolution In The Area

Oldest DNA from Africa offers clues to ancient cultures

New linguistic analysis finds Dravidian language family is approximately 4,500 years old [time of the Great Flood, eh?]

Skilled female potters travelled around the Baltic nearly 5000 years ago

Germany was covered by glaciers 450,000 years ago
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 01, 2018, 06:38:19 pm


Future electric cars could recharge wirelessly while you drive

Self-powered wireless sensors embedded in roads could spot potholes and other hazards

Research hints at double the driving range for electric vehicles

3-DIY: Printing your own bioprinter that you can build for under $500

Knitting electronics with yarn batteries

Robot takes cues from spider that can walk and roll

Ski-worthy exoskeleton set to enhance experience

Researchers in Japan focus on a way to mix rocket fuel ingredients

Russian camo goes invisible in infrared emission

First biocomputer made from living human cells

Paper-like LCD - thin, flexible, tough and cheap

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Mar 26, 2018
3 in 1 Outdoor Quilt
Trekking Poles
Vacuum Bottle
Sierra Designs Frontcountry Bed
Child Carrier

Mar 27, 2018
Stair Lights
Heated base layer
For Hydration Packs

Mar 28, 2018
Automatic Guitar Tuner
Digital Tape Measure
Portable Solar Generator System
Cable Keeper
Coffee Press

Mar 29, 2018
Natural Odor and Moisture Remover
CUJO Firewall
Smart Keypad
Microwave Kitchen Cart

Mar 30, 2018
Portable Solar Lantern
Flexible Flashlight
Portable Clothes Washer
Gesture Control
Greek Yogurt Maker

Mar 31, 2018
Bluetooth Grilling
4th Burner Pot
Child Monitor
Car Booster Seat
Egg Cooker

Latest Greatest


Discourses on an Alien Sky #35 | The Ram and the Golden Fleece

5 Reasons Going To Mars is a TERRIBLE Idea (Lots of problems need solving first; send robots for now)

A Case for Mistaken Identity re Ra

'Alien megastar' darkens again

Scientists observed one of the fastest, brightest supernovas on record

"Cosmic signatures" of the Younger Dryas impact found in Antarctica

The bigger the earthquake, the longer it takes to issue an alert

Powerful 18th century New England earthquake recorded in pond mud

First 3-D thermal image of volcano using drone technology

What the first American astronauts taught us about living in space

A runaway star in the Small Magellanic Cloud

Dark matter 'missing' in a galaxy far, far away

'Marsquakes' could shake up planetary science

Study suggests Earth's water was present before impact that caused creation of the moon

NASA ready to study heart of Mars

Comet provides rare chance to study solar system's origins

Is there life adrift in the clouds of Venus?

A 3,500 year-old stone carving has been found by accident at a Welsh university

Some Prehistoric Anatolians Learned to Farm 10,000 Years Ago, Others Thought It for the Birds

The Native American story in S.A. is 15,000 years old, and counting

How ancient knowledge inspires African tech to flourish

Iron Age People in Scotland Really Knew How to Party, Ancient Trash Heap Reveals

Oldest Human DNA from Africa Reveals Clues About a Mysterious Ancient Culture

Australia’s indigenous languages have one source, study says

Oldest Human Footprints in North America Discovered [ignoring the ones in Texas next to dinosaur tracks]

The oldest footprints in North America are right where native historians said they should be

Laser technology uncovers a lost city in South Africa

Cosmic Black Mat found on 5th continent

Prehistoric Megastorms - Comet Swarms (2015)

Black Mat in Turkey

An Astronomical Hypothesis for the Younger Dryas Impact Event

Randall Carlson interview
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 08, 2018, 02:40:21 pm

Tractor Hacking: The Farmers Breaking Big Tech's Repair Monopoly

Biobot made of heart cells and gel

Robot designed to defend factories against cyberthreats

Magnesium-metal batteries

Novel ultrafast laser beam steering for autonomous cars that is less complex, uses less power

What lies beneath: 'Cognitive' GPR could vastly speed urban construction

Shrimp-inspired camera may enable underwater navigation

Zipline's delivery drone system redesign boosts capabilities

Faced with global warming alarmism, aviation aims to turn green

Diamond batteries made of nuclear waste can generate power for thousands of years

Some Amazon Key features, including keyless entry, remote lock and unlock, go nationwide

Future of Tech: machine of considerable power and intricacy, with green lasers and ions instead of oil and pistons

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Apr 2, 2018
Navigation for Hiking; AxeSaw; Dog Pack; Privacy Shelter; Snake Leggings

Apr 3, 2018
Flypdeck; EBike conversion kit; Snoring Solution; All-Terrain Cart; Unique models

Apr 4, 2018
Alcohol Stove Kit; Stainless Steel Cup; Meal Kit; Dual Fuel Portable Stove; Portable Outdoor Shower

Apr 5, 2018
Motion Measure Tool; Insect Catcher; Rugged backup device; Phone Grip & Stand; Sun exposure monitor

Apr 6, 2018
All-Terrain Trike; Self-Balancing Transporter; Folding Electric Scooter; Foldable Luxury Electric Scooter; Commuter Scooter

Apr 7, 2018
Drain Weasel; Thermostat; Speaker; Garden Tower; Smart Compass

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The origin of magnetic fields
The motion of electrons is not the cause of the magnetic field of electric currents. The own magnetic field of electrons has a rotational structure and is the one and only cause of the magnetic field of electric currents.

Scholarly snowball: Deep learning paper generates big online collaboration

NOAA's 'adjustments': The stunning statistical fraud behind the 'Global Warming' scare

Did Earth collide with a fragmented comet 12,800 years ago?

Mystery of how birds navigate is solved: Researchers discover eye proteins that allow them to SEE the Earth's magnetic field over their normal vision

Human viruses can be traced to first-ever animals

Team of astronomers find 72 bright and fast explosions in space

A dozen new black holes [imposters] at centre of Milky Way

Mississippi floods are the biggest in 500 years - and human intervention may be partly to blame

Ancient cold front sweeping 'relentlessly' across Perseus galaxy cluster

South Korean University may start a killer-robot apocalypse

The mission to decode the DNA of all life on Earth

Massive hole in Sun's atmosphere, magnetic storms possible

A surprising meteorite discovery points to early solar system chaos

NASA survey seen as steppingstone for astronomy

First age-map of the heart of the Milky Way

Is the Milky Way getting bigger?

Gravitational waves created by black holes in the centre of most galaxies

Magnetic hot spots on so-called neutron stars survive for millions of years

Supercomputer simulations shed light on the heliospheric interface

New study suggests tens of thousands of black holes [Charles calls them quasars] exist in Milky Way's center

Hubble makes the first precise distance measurement to an ancient globular star cluster

What's happening in Orion's Horsehead Nebula?

Dead star circled by light

Giant solar tornadoes

Dark matter might not be interactive after all

Hunting for dark matter in the smallest galaxies in the Universe

Aryan/Indian genetics

Spear point study offers new explanation of how early humans settled North America

Oldest Neanderthal wooden tools found in Spain

Laser Tech Reveals Lost Bronze Age Island Civilization

Still believe an asteroid killed the dinosaurs? Think again

Space Metal Has Captivated Humanity for Ages

Deciphering the DNA of the Bell Beaker Complex of Britain

Randall Carlson on Comets, floods, Ice Age and extinctions
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 15, 2018, 07:32:45 pm


Perovskite solar technology is scalable, but questions remain about the best methods

Gecko-inspired adhesives help soft robotic fingers get a better grip

This imaging sensor is powered by sunlight

Researchers propose a blockchain data network to boost manufacturing

New sodium-ion electrolyte may find use in solid-state batteries

New technology could wean the battery world off cobalt

Offshore wind farm: First of 11 turbines goes up in Scotland initiative

3-D printed active metamaterials for sound and vibration control

Sweden installs section of electrified road

Researchers conduct first-ever combustion experiment with X-rays

France unveils world's first 3D-printed house

Between a defunct satellite & nuclear space towboat: Russia negotiates its way to profiting in space

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Apr 9, 2018
UV protecting Hat; USB Car Charger; Shower Speaker; Smart Safe; Fitness Tracker

Apr 10, 2018
Air purifier; Electric-Powered Bicycle Wheel; Wireless Earphones; Smartwatch; Smart Guitar

Apr 11, 2018
Water Balloons; USB C Adapter; Shower; Cooler; Laptop Stand

Apr 12, 2018
Heavy-Duty Multi-Tool; Hybrid clip hook; Diving fins; Pillow Blanket; OUTERWEAR

Apr 13, 2018
Lifting Kit; Speaker; Typewriter; Sleep System; Swivl

Apr 14, 2018
Wilderness Systems A.T.A.K.; NuCanoe Frontier; Native Watercraft Slayer; Perception Pescador Pilot; Hobie Mirage Pro Angler

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Sputtering Canyons [on Thunderbolts]

Supernovae and a new storm on Saturn

Ichthyosaur: Paleontologists discover gigantic marine reptile

X chromosomes do more than determine sex

Subtle second magnetic field surrounding Earth discovered

Hyper-saline lakes discovered in Canadian Arctic

Scientists discover a role for 'junk' DNA holding the genome together

Scientists look at genetic markers to see if memories can be unlocked after death

NASA's infrared 3D video reveals Jupiter's menacing cyclones

Has solar cycle 25 begun? Solar cycle 24 was one of the shortest and weakest ever

New geological evidence suggests Nile River is at least 31 million years old

Researchers find huge solar 'tornadoes' don't spin after all

Cells use light to communicate

China plans to grow flowers and silkworms in 'mini biosphere' on the dark side of the moon

Hubble telescope captures amazing photo of Einstein Ring phenomenon

Exotic binary stars

Astronomers use cosmic lens to find new substellar system

Swarm tracks elusive ocean magnetism

Tiny distortions in universe's oldest light reveal clearer picture of strands in cosmic web

SPHERE reveals fascinating zoo of discs around young stars

Radio telescope records a rare 'glitch' in a pulsar's regular pulsing beat

Short-period binary systems can eject orbiting worlds [planets etc]

Once upon a time in a thunderstorm

Origin of Mysterious 2,700-Year-Old Gold Treasure Revealed

Parts of Stonehenge Were There Long Before Any Humans [I'm so shur]

First human migration out of Africa much more geographically widespread than previously thought

Nubian Stone Tablets Unearthed in African ‘City of the Dead’

Humans may have occupied Indonesian site Leang Burung 2 earlier than previously thought

Cretan Cave Art Includes an Animal Extinct for 11,000 Years
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 22, 2018, 03:15:58 pm


Putting the 'smart' in manufacturing

Robot designed to defend factories against cyberthreats

New tool helps minimize impact of solar activity

Researchers develop smart sensors to prevent power outages

Smart home dashboard to better visualize energy usage

Could holey silicon be the holy grail of electronics?

Video: Double your RAM – This Method Actually Works!

Renewables break the 100 mark in Portugal

Higher-energy, safer, longer-lasting zinc battery

Researchers design 'soft' robots that can move on their own

New robot assembles IKEA chairs

Advanced 3-D printed parts for NASA's Orion designed to hold up to extreme temperatures

Upper-body exoskeleton turns focus on drones

Robot designed for faster, safer uranium plant pipe cleanup

Researchers accidentally improve plastic-eating enzyme

Scientists develop method to bend diamonds in surprising breakthrough for ultra-strong nanomaterials

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Apr 16, 2018
Canoe; Hammock; Tent; JavaPress; Jacket

Apr 17, 2018
Dog Crate; PORTABLE GPU; Security Cam; Portable Washing Device; Stone

Apr 18, 2018
Ring; Personal Cloud; Stabilizer; Weather Station; Head-up Display

Apr 19, 2018
Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker; Ronco Pizza & More; BLACK+DECKER 5-Minute Pizza Oven; Pizza Box Oven; Betty Crocker Pizza Maker; Pronto Outdoor Pizza Oven

Apr 20, 2018
Camera Dolly; Camera Clip; Instant Film Camera; USB Charger; Toothbrush

Apr 21, 2018
SPRINGBAR Highline; Delta Zulu Combo Canvas Tent; CanvasCamp Sibley Bell Tent; Pinnacle Tents Canvas Tent; Kodiak Canvas Flex-Bow

Latest Greatest


Video: 5 Clues Humans Actually COEXISTED With Dinosaurs

Video: Why are these 32 symbols found in caves all over Europe | Genevieve von Petzinger (Lang'orig'd 4-5kya)

Video: Ice Age and Clovis Culture

Video: Younger Dryas Impact Quantification

Dinosaurs appeared much earlier, then their numbers exploded during planetary upheaval and mass extinction event

Space diamonds found in meteorite came from an ancient destroyed planet

Desperate global warming 'scientists' theorize Earth's cyclical climate fluctuations due to ancient unknown civilisations

Pre-human civilizations existed suggest new study

NASA's asteroid hunter charted scariest, Earth-bound objects

Amateur mathematician makes 'first progress' on decades-old graph problem

The gamma ray burst – supernova connection [Charles said they're both involved in star birth, not death]

Ramp compression of iron provides insight into core conditions of large rocky exoplanets

Researchers study extended X-ray emission in the PKS 1718−649 radio source

350,000 stars' DNA interrogated in search for sun's lost siblings

Black hole and stellar winds form giant butterfly, shut down star formation in galaxy

Simulations suggest Saturn may have helped create Jupiter's big moons

Human populations have split, reformed and remixed over millennia

First Europeans survived climate change following ‘super-eruption’ by working together

Meteorite’s diamonds tell of Earth’s baby sister, which died young

Archaeologists discover Cornish barrow site in UK

Unprecedented wave of large-mammal extinctions linked to prehistoric humans

GREAT LISBON 1755 ANTIPODAL IMPACT QUAKE - The great Lisbon earthquake Nov. 1, 1755 devastated the city and Portuguese coastlines down to Morocco [Nov 1 = Taurid meteor stream]
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on April 29, 2018, 07:08:57 pm


Amazon begins delivery to vehicles

Cheap 3-D printer can produce self-folding materials

Electrode shape improves neurostimulation for small targets

A new technique for making paper touch sensitive inexpensively

Researchers 3-D print electronics and cells directly on skin

Transparent eel-like soft robot can swim silently underwater

Balancing nuclear and renewable energy

How small creatures generate world's fastest snaps, jumps and punches

Bosch engineers focus on brightening the future of diesel

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Apr 23, 2018
Tent; Double Sleeping Bag; Mosquito Repeller; Table; Cooler

Apr 24, 2018
Ride on a robot; Motorcycle Bag; Wine Aerator; Thermal Protective Phone Pouch; Folding Fishing Jet Kayak

Apr 25, 2018
Tennis Ball Collector; Chair Caster Wheels; Beach Chair; Seatpost; Pet Grooming

Apr 26, 2018
Mouse; Guitar; Earbuds; Wheel; Watch

Apr 27, 2018
Socks; Water Bottle; Canoe; Axe; Stove

Apr 28, 2018
Travel Cup; Bed Table; Massager; Book Stand; Float Tank

Latest Greatest


Giant group of octopus moms discovered in the deep sea

Scientists denounce Pruitt’s effort to block ‘secret science’ at EPA

Alcubierre Drive Initiative faster than the speed of light

Researchers find a new DNA shape

7 important questions about Mars - and what we currently know

Nunatsiavut wildlife manager says polar bear numbers "very, very healthy" - Inuit hunters agree

Strange behavior coming from the sun's gamma rays

3D renderings of real weather data prove just how complex and captivating clouds are

Billions of gallons of water will be saved by thinning down forests in California

Astronomers witness galaxy megamerger that raises questions about current galaxy cluster formation theories

'Perfectoid geometry' may be the secret that links numbers and shapes

Acidification: A new threat to lakes and rivers

Humans to be Genetically Modified for the first time in Europe

Discovery of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9

5 'close' asteroid flybys will take place today

Studying dwarf galaxies to get the big picture

Galaxies grow bigger and puffier as they age

Uranus's cloud tops

Face recognition for galaxies using Artificial intelligence

Milky Way's supermassive black hole [likely quasars] may have 'unseen' siblings

Gaia creates richest star map of our Galaxy

Powerful flare detected on an M-dwarf star

How impacts by water-rich asteroids can deliver surprising amounts of water

New estimates of Mercury's thin, dense crust

Finding galaxies with active nuclei

Earliest Bone Arrowhead, 61,700 Years Old, Found in South Africa

This Eerie, Human-Like Figure Is Twice As Old As Egypt's Pyramids

Ancient Mass Child Sacrifice May Be World's Largest

Michael Crichton the Lost World pdf download

Mars's Two Tiny Moons Were Formed After an Asteroid Hit the Planet, New Theory Suggests

Why did mammoths and mastodons really disappear?

Atlantis existed

Cosmography101-15.1 Ice Dam Viability / Mayan Gods Symbolize Geocosmic Events
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on May 08, 2018, 12:44:38 pm


Analysis shows when and where advanced photovoltaics would be economic to install

Researchers develop water-based battery to store solar and wind energy

Robot transitions from soft to rigid

Natural gas prices, not 'war on coal,' were key to coal power decline

3-D batteries pack power into tiny footprints

Engineers upgrade ancient, sun-powered tech to purify water with near-perfect efficiency

Engineers invent smart microchip that can self-start and operate when battery runs out

When little robot will go through your rooms to find the orange purse

MapLite enables navigation with just GPS and sensors

SureFly keeps focus on new day in safe, two-seater flight

Russia upgrades Su-25SM3 attack aircraft with modern electronic warfare system in Syria

Amazing Homemade Inventions

Apr 30, 2018:
Thermal Imager; Fly Trap; Smart Antenna; Soap Dispenser; Outlet

May 1, 2018:
Crua Outdoors; Down Sleeping Bag; TOAKS Camping Gear; Sleeping Mat; Dry Sack

May 2, 2018:
Spearfishing Knife; Wetsuit; Speargun; Spearfishing Float; Mares Diving Gear

May 3, 2018:
Anti-Microbial Underwear; Stair Climbing Cart; Sleep;
Sound Camera; Air Pump

May 4, 2018:
Camping Pillow; Kitchen Set; Headlamp; Trekking Poles; Stainless Steel Percolator

May 5, 2018:
Electric Lighters; Sneaker; Portable Fitness; Everyday Carry; Lighting

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Moon Mission Canceled - AGAIN...Hmm, Anyone else Notice a Pattern here?

Discourses on an Alien Sky #36 | Atlantis -- The Disappearing Homeland

The Younger Dryas Event and the Birth of the Gods | Ancient Architects

Pole reversal apocalypse downgraded for now

Dwarf V392 Persei undergoes a rare nova outburst

Marine experts hatching scheme to tow icebergs from Antarctica to Cape Town in efforts to aid South Africa's drought crisis

Last year's solar eclipse set off a wave in the upper atmosphere that was detected as far away as Brazil

DNA sequences indicate 250 people made up original Native American founding population

Latest epigenetic and 'junk' DNA research shows genes don't hold all the answers

How a backyard pendulum saw may solve a Bronze Age mystery

Astronomers now coming to the conclusion that our understanding of the universe's expansion is wrong

How the moon affects volcanoes

Reviving extinct mammoths will save the planet say global warmists [fat chance]

Earth hit by G2 geomagnetic storm

Fresh results from NASA's Galileo spacecraft 20 years on

Przybylski's star is an extremely slow rotator, study finds

NASA sending robotic geologist to Mars to dig super deep

Recent work challenges view of early Mars, picturing a warm desert with occasional rain

Stellar family portrait in X-rays

Mineral in lunar meteorite suggests water was once on the moon

NASA spacecraft will have company all the way to Mars

SpaceX's Dragon cargo ship returns to Earth

Did another advanced species exist on Earth before humans?

What Ancient Civilization KNEW about The Universe & Cosmos Will SHOCK You
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on May 13, 2018, 01:34:08 pm


500-year-old Leaning Tower of Pisa mystery unveiled by engineers

How even one automated, connected vehicle can improve safety and save energy in traffic

Battery-free 'smart' toys

Tackling global energy savings through efficiency improvements

Italian researchers develop lighter, cheaper robotic hand

At end of grocery rainbow could be swarm robots taking your order

Safer and more powerful lithium-ion batteries

Walking robots, a YouTube sensation

Musk says LA-area test tunnel almost complete

ASML perfecting 'microchip shrink'

New Russian aircraft carrier to challenge US naval supremacy

Robot helicopter for Mars

China's first home-built aircraft carrier heads out for sea trials

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The orbits of Venus and Jupiter are found to have effects on earth climate change over very long periods of time

Pyramid's True Purpose FINALLY DISCOVERED: Advanced Ancient Technology

The 'duck curve' is solar energy's greatest challenge

Emergent plate tectonics caused "snowball Earth" [NOPE]

Research uncovers 405 thousand year climate cycle discovered related to variations in Earth's orbit around the sun [also inaccurate]

Google's massive carbon footprint revealed by new online tool [Good for Google; plants need more CO2]

Bioluminescence takes hold causing San Diego's night-time surf to glow

What's been eating the first starlight?

Earth was warmer 500 million years ago [more like 10,000] and led to an explosion of life

Rogue star Gilese 710 hurtling towards our solar system will arrive sooner than we thought

Researchers find that conspiracy theorists are not necessarily paranoid

The effect of volcanoes on climate and climate on volcanoes

What will happen when our sun dies?

Waves similar to those controlling weather on Earth have now been found on the Sun

Why does the Sun's corona sizzle at one million degrees F?

Exiled asteroid discovered in outer reaches of solar system

Bursting pulsar found to 'hiccup' during crucial stage of its lifecycle

First early-type magnetic star in an eclipsing binary detected

A giant 'singing' cloud in space will help us to understand how star systems form

NICER mission finds an X-ray pulsar in a record-fast orbit

Sprawling 3,300-Year-Old Egyptian Tomb Hides Secrets of Ancient War

Cuneiform tablets from Bassetki reveal location of ancient royal city of Mardaman

78,000 year cave record from East Africa shows early cultural innovations
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on May 20, 2018, 04:17:57 pm


Robot teaches itself how to dress people

Toward smaller, more efficient radio frequency transformers

High-sensitivity microsensors on the horizon

Wearable ring, wristband allow users to control smart tech with hand gestures

Eco-friendly hut in Australia

New robot concept uses responsive materials to swim through water

The first wireless flying robotic insect

Autonomous glider can fly like an albatross, cruise like a sailboat

Self-assembling 3-D battery would charge in seconds

BMW to ease charging anxiety via wireless mat system

Broad adoption of electric cars will increase air pollution

AI is summoning demons [making flawed products]

X-Ray laser heats water to 180,000 degrees in a fraction of a second

Russia's new hypersonic glider weapon

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The BIG Bell Test—Global physics experiment challenges Einstein with the help of 100,000 volunteers

So I had a Conversation in a Pub with a Government Scientist...about Space & Weather

Cells speak in a language similar to viruses

Sea levels are rising, but not because of climate change

We just had two years of record-breaking cooling world-wide

The inside of a proton endures more pressure than previously seen elsewhere

Are octopuses aliens?

Did recent supernovae affect life on Earth?

Observations reveal complex environment of HD 50138

Old NASA spacecraft points to new evidence of watery plumes over Europa

Chinese volunteers emerge from virtual moon base

Orbital variations can trigger 'snowball' states in habitable zones around sunlike stars

Researchers determine chemical composition of two extremely metal-poor stars

Unusual laser emission in the Ant Nebula suggests hidden double star system

A new map for a birthplace of stars

Astronomers find vast ionized hydrogen cloud in 'Whirlpool Galaxy'

Breakthrough in understanding rare lightning-triggered gamma-rays

Astronomers release most complete ultraviolet-light survey of nearby galaxies

Could recent supernovae be responsible for mass extinctions?

85,000-Year-Old Footprints Show Stepping Stone in Human Migration

What Sculpted the Earth’s Surface?

How our ancestors with autistic traits led a revolution in Ice Age art

Mysterious ancient humans with brains like modern people prompt rethink of early evolution

Newly Discovered Species –“Maybe We’ve Had the Story of Human Evolution Wrong the Whole Time”

Fossil record reveals changes in Earth’s movement and rotation

Earliest Version of Our Alphabet Possibly Discovered

Arctic ice brings an understanding of ancient Europe’s economy
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on May 27, 2018, 01:23:21 pm


Fast, low-voltage actuator for soft and wearable robotics

Flexible, highly efficient multimodal energy harvesting

Electric vehicles could save billions on energy storage

New dispatching approach could cut the number of taxis on the road while meeting rider demand

Fleet of autonomous boats could service cities to reduce road traffic

3-D printed sugar scaffolds offer sweet solution for tissue engineering, device manufacturing

A 'self-eating' rocket engine which could place small satellites in orbit more easily

How greener grids can stay lit

Traffic light tech will be tested in UK, allows cars to leverage signal change [so you don't have to wait when there's no traffic?]

Russian security forces unveil 'Taser shield' to use in raids against crime

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"Floating Crane" Found Beneath The Great Pyramid?

Astronomers [think they] discover fastest growing monster black hole the size of 20 billion suns

Worldwide ocean anoxia driven by global cooling was possible factor in previous mass extinctions

Weird asteroid in Jupiter's orbit is 1st interstellar immigrant

Podcast: Riddle of the Younger Dryas, "one of the most unusual periods of great climate change in the ancient world"

Scientists think [wrongly] they've found a million-year-old ice core lurking under Antarctica

Jams in the jet stream blamed for abnormal weather patterns

What you can expect from consumer DNA testing

Solar minimum for 2018 - 2020 could be unprecedented in modern astronomy

Study reveals atmospheric rivers to double in size

Oldest tree in Europe found

New evidence for existence of Planet Nine

Two bright high-redshift quasars discovered

Lightening up dark galaxies

Multiple gamma-ray emission regions detected in the blazar 3C 279

New study details geological process behind Titan's dunes

Astronomers observe unprecedented detail in pulsar 6,500 light-years from Earth

Curiosity is collecting Mars rocks

InSight steers toward Mars

Ancient meteorite tells tales of Mars topography

Study of ancient fish suggests Chicxulub asteroid strike warmed planet for 100,000 years

How stratospheric life is teaching us about the possibility of extreme life on other worlds

Poking a Hole in the Latest Younger Dryas Impact Paper
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 03, 2018, 11:00:01 pm


Building batteries that don't go boom

Global electric car sales up over 50 percent in 2017: IEA

Activity simulator could teach robots tasks

Researchers develop one-step, 3-D printing for multimaterial projects

A multimaterial, voxel-printing method turns imaging datasets into physical objects

Combining experts and automation in 3-D printing

Aerial robot that can morph in flight

Prototype nuclear battery packs 10 times more power

G Plus driverless delivery vehicle to feature solid-state LiDAR tech

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May 28, 2018
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Nuclear physicists leap into quantum computing with first simulations of atomic nucleus

Archaeologists Discover Old Artificial Underground Complex in Israel

Is a catastrophic event 200,000 years ago responsible for most of the life on our planet today?

Permian extinction occurred during low CO2, cooler climate, increasing ice sheets and sea level drop

Great Barrier Reef has recovered from five "death events" in the last 30,000 years

Illusion of scientific consensus: Demotion of Pluto ignores astronomical history

Milky Way galaxy is larger than original estimates

Mother of all lizards found in the Italian Alps

Geologists discover London sitting on two serious fault lines, capital at risk of dangerous earthquake

Broccoli in space—how probiotics could help grow veggies in microgravity

Spanish astronomer discovers new binary star of EW type

The case of the relativistic particles solved with NASA missions

Tarantula Nebula: A crowded neighborhood

Comet C/2016 R2 (Pan-STARRS) is rich in carbon monoxide and depleted in hydrogen cyanide

Does some dark matter carry an electric charge? [or is DM electric charge?]

Cosmic collision lights up the darkness NGC 3256

Secrets behind Pluto's dunes

Gravitational wave event likely signaled creation of a black hole [or something did something]

Multiple metals – and possible signs of water – found in unique exoplanet

Peruvian scientists use DNA to trace origins of Inca emperors

Sweeping gene survey reveals new facets of evolution

New Stonehenge Theory Says Humans Didn’t Move Stones After All

Prehistoric Teeth Reveal Details On Ancient Africa’s Climate

Stonehenge is found in Chile

First direct dating of Homo antecessor

Lost City of Irisagrig Comes to Life in Ancient Stolen Tablets

Wars and clan structure may explain a strange biological event 7,000 years ago

Life recovered rapidly at impact site of dino-killing asteroid

The making of a human population uncovered through ancient Icelandic genomes

Recovering the lost world

New Dating of The Great Sphinx of Egypt

DISCOVERY: Is THIS the Oldest Portrayal of The Sphinx?

Catastrophism Resource

Comet 134340 Pluto?

Cosmography101-16.1 Recent Climate Cycles / Ice Sheets & Ocean / YDB Extinctions w/Randall Carlson

Black Budget Bonus Release [Climate Change BS] - Randall Carlson Unplugged
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 10, 2018, 04:14:58 am


Pharmaceutical material shows promise for better grid-scale batteries

Team uses biomimicry of bats to help drones navigate in the dark, dust or smoke

Japan 'drone-brella' promises hands-free sun cover

Nozzle-rich firefighter is a robot

Sodium-based batteries could make your smartphone cheaper and cleaner

Novel transmitter uses ultrafast 'frequency hopping' and data encryption to protect signals from being intercepted

Visual semantics enable high-performance place recognition

Intel claims it can cut display battery use in half with its new tech

New way for designing electronic systems that incorporates the best from analogue and digital

System for drone surveillance to recognize violence

New system recovers fresh water from power plants

MIT creates 'psychopath' AI named Norman [AI is just computer programming]

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Jun 4, 2018
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Ancient Giza: A Pre-Dynastic Settlement

Thought to be seismically silent, East Antarctica is actually active

Oldest footprints discovered on ancient seafloor

NASA's Curiosity rover uncovers organic material in ancient lakebed

Chemical traces from star formation cast light on cosmic history

Astronomers detect a doubly eclipsing quadruple star system

Saturn found to have noontime auroras

Data discrepancies may affect understanding of the universe

Collisions of dead stars spray heavy elements throughout small galaxies

Astronomers observe huge flares on a young brown dwarf

New Horizons wakes for historic Kuiper Belt flyby

As solar wind blows, our heliosphere balloons

New data-mining technique offers most-vivid picture of Martian mineralogy

Tumultuous galaxy mergers

How do you weigh a galaxy?

Juno solves 39-year old mystery of Jupiter lightning

Chandra scouts nearest star system for possible hazards

More mystery objects detected near Milky Way's supermassive ...

Scientists solve lunar mystery with aid of missing moon tapes

Mineralogy on Mars points to a cold and icy ancient climate

How solar prominences vibrate

Neutron stars cast light on ...

Magnetic fields could hold the key to star formation [Make that electric]

Space Pioneering: the passion and dream continue!


Redating the Sphinx: Robert Schoch Talks to Joe Rogan about a Lost Civilization

Hats on for Easter Island statues

The Art of Creating Replicas of Ice Age Cave Paintings

Late Pleistocene human mandibles from the Niah Caves

A Crucial Archaeological Dating Tool [C14] Is Wrong, And It Could Change History as We Know It

Big data little help in megafauna mysteries

Ancient paintings found in Krabi cave
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Post by: Luck on June 17, 2018, 12:36:38 pm


Vermont start-up's small packets a big deal for energy industry

Large-scale and sustainable 3-D printing with the most ubiquitous natural material (

Startup uses artificial intelligence to analyze vehicle driver behavior

New aircraft-scheduling models may ease air travel frustrations

Orange peels may hold secret to safer bridges

AI senses people's pose through walls

Solar cells combining silicon with perovskite have achieved record efficiency of 25.2 percent

Now, you can 3-D print clay, cookie dough – or solid rocket fuel

Cobalt-free batteries

Could studying swarm behaviors teach us how to help drones fly safely?

Magnetic 3-D-printed structures crawl, roll, and jump

Engineers configure RFID tags to work as sensors

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Archaeologists find ancient rock art in Egypt

What happens when researchers make mistakes

What caused the rapid de-glaciation?

Cosmic history comes into question after new giant stars discovery

Asteroid LV3 will be 35th asteroid this year to flyby Earth at 1 lunar distance

Volcanic eruptions can lead to 'mass extinction' of life on Earth as it saps oxygen from oceans

Oceans' magnetic field mapped in stunning detail by Swarm satellite group

West Antarctic ice sheet made a 'surprising comeback' 10,000 years ago - And it's been growing ever since

Astronomers suggest nanodiamonds are responsible for the microwave light emanating from distant stars

Huge, possibly planet-wide dust storm affecting Mars

Astronauts' movement increased subsurface temperatures on the moon

The sun changes size according to its level of activity

The shape code: Even more information found in DNA

Discovery: New type of photosynthesis

What happened when a scientist filed a public records request for NASA code? Two years of stonewalling

Dangerous, golden 'Pele's hair' spun by Kilauea volcano & raining gemstones

Exploring the dusty prehistory of the solar system

New GAIA data reveals mergers in Milky Way

The most distant radio galaxy discovered

Dust clouds can explain puzzling features of active galactic nuclei

Exploring planetary plasma environments from your laptop

‘Shocking’ die-off of Africa’s oldest baobabs

New research unveils true origin of ancient turquoise

Archaeologists excavate a prehistoric settlement in Northern Scotland


Indicator of YD Impact event in southwestern France

What if the impact was severe enough that more than one civilization was wiped out?

In the Voluspa we are told of how the world will end
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on June 24, 2018, 11:08:52 am


'Artificial blubber' protects divers in frigid water

Sodium- and potassium-based batteries could be key for smart grid of the future

Controlling robots with brainwaves and hand gestures

Soft robots utilize humidity gradient levels to generate signals

Researchers solve major challenge in mass production of low-cost solar cells

Printing microelectrode array sensors on gummi candy

PV, wind, batteries: Energy outlook research

Russian space company testing rocket engine that runs cheap on iodine

FIXD Saves $1000s on Car Repairs

USB Charger with Hidden Spy Camera

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Jun 18, 2018
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Jun 22, 2018
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Titan could be a youthful object

Tiny quantum device has redefined the ampere

New paper on the 'hard problem of consciousness'

Mars will be closer to Earth than it has in 15 years

Anthropogenic global warming is a premeditated crime against science

Scientist creates 'ideal human'

Quantum physics [pretends] the future can actually change the past

Risk of California earthquake higher than previously thought

Council calls for improved asteroid detection, tracking and deflection

Oxygen gas filaments identified as the universe's missing matter [ha ha]

Interfacial water can be very dead, electrically speaking

Epic dust storm on Mars now engulfs entire planet

NASA shares striking image of Mars' Loyt crater

Observations identify three different activity periods in the quasar 3C 279

Researchers capture best ever evidence of [mislabled] black hole

Hunting molecules to find new planets

A possible explanation for varying measurements of Venus's rotation rate

Old star clusters could have been the birthplace of supermassive stars

HESS J1943+213 is an extreme blazar

The Rosetta stone of active galactic nuclei deciphered

'Red nuggets' [galaxies] are galactic gold for astronomers

Unconfirmed near-Earth objects

Ancient Royal Tomb Yields Strange New Ape Species

Stonehenge Builders Used Pythagoras’ Theorem

Neanderthal ‘minibrains’

Could Humans and Dinosaurs Coexist? [Actually, they did]

JRE#725 ~ Catastrophism: Graham Hancock & Randall Carlson - Full Show

The Possibility of an Antediluvian Advanced Global Civilization

Have humans been sailing the seas for a million years?

Saharan remains may be evidence of first race war, 13,000 years ago

NEW DISCOVERY: The Secret Chamber of the Red Pyramid

Ancient Egyptian Origins: The City of the Gods

Discourses on an Alien Sky #37 | The City of Heaven (
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 01, 2018, 09:34:30 am


How to train your robot

'Workhorse' lithium battery could be more powerful thanks to new design

New design for ultra-thin capacitive sensors

Researchers use micro-robots to carry cells to a target site in live animals

Self-heating, fast-charging battery makes electric vehicles climate-immune

Flying DRAGON robot can slip through tight spaces

Breakthrough in perovskite solar cell technology

Bipedal robots ace dynamic walking on stepping stones

Wireless 'RoboFly' Looks Like an Insect, Gets Its Power from Lasers

Why Radioactive Waste Is Being Melted into Glass

Scientists Figured Out How to Make Ceramics That Bend

Smartwatches Are Saving Lives

This Speedy Genetic Tool Might Soon Let Scientists Create New Genes 'Overnight'

Stealthy, Sub-Launched Torpedo Will Be Deadlier Than Ever

AI researchers are putting neanderthal brains into robots


Humans might be the only civilization in the observable universe

Researchers find that air pollution can cloud your morality, increase anxiety

ISS launches spacecraft intended to clean up alarming quantities of space junk orbiting Earth

Geologists find a giant blob of magma under Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts

Oumuamua reclassified as a comet

Infrasound could help predict volcanic eruptions

The "big one" will devastate even those not living in California [I'm skeptical]

Cosmic explosion 100 times brighter than a supernova baffles scientists [Maybe they're miscalculating distance as usual, a la redshift]

Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft arrives at Ryugu - will collect rock samples from asteroid

>CNPS: Monsanto's ghostwriting & strong-arming threaten sound science

A [fake?] galactic test to clarify the existence of dark matter

Earth's first mission to a binary asteroid, for planetary defence

Planet formation starts before star reaches maturity

Sandbox craters reveal secrets of planetary splash marks and lost meteorites [they wish]

The galaxy is rich in grease-like molecules

Scientists find evidence of complex organic molecules from Saturn's Enceladus

Mars' surface hardened quickly

Study suggests branching networks on surface of Mars due to heavy rainfall

Astronomers observe the magnetic field of the remains of supernova 1987A

Near-Earth asteroid Phaethon may reflect less light than previously thought

Extinct hepatitis B virus discovered in Bronze Age remains

How Egypt influenced Greece and Rome

Bird family tree shaken by discovery of feathered fossil

Mystery of buried children at German ‘Stonehenge’

The Pyramid of Meidum and the Origins of the Pyramids

Were Egyptian Pyramid Chambers Kept Refrigerated?

NEWS: Ancient Ceremonial Complex Discovered in Britain

*Book Review: “Noah’s Flood”
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 08, 2018, 05:52:21 pm


Researchers use machine learning to search science data

Segway-Ninebot will be rolling into skates territory

NASA prepares to go public with quiet supersonic tech

Material could help windows both power your home and control its temperature

Robot able to mimic an activity after observing it just one time

Bacteria-powered solar cell converts light to energy, even under overcast skies

'Blind' Cheetah 3 robot can climb stairs littered with obstacles

Merging antenna and electronics boosts energy and spectrum efficiency

China's New Laser Gun Can Zap You with a Silent, Carbonizing Beam

First Human Mission To Binary Asteroid Will Help NASA Defend Earth From Possible Collisions

China's super-powerful rocket under development outstrips Europe's, NASA's


Is there a connection between cosmic rays, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions?

Quiescent Sun: More than 3 months without a sunspot*

Astronomers capture first-ever image of a newborn planet forming amid a disk of gas and dust [maybe not]

Study reveals secret origins of asteroids and meteorites

Researchers see beam of light from first confirmed [impossible] neutron star merger emerge from behind sun

Molecular oxygen in comet's atmosphere not created on its surface [finally figured it out]

Are noctilucent clouds increasing because of the cooling climate, and the rise of fireball and volcanic activity?

NuSTAR mission proves superstar Eta Carinae shoots cosmic rays

Gigantic double-star system blasting cosmic radiation in Earth's direction

Something massive struck Uranus claims new paper

The Gaia Sausage: The major collision that changed the Milky Way galaxy

Comet PANSTARRS (C/2017 S3) atmosphere bursts into green and continues to expand on its approach to the sun

First polluted white dwarf found in Gaia DR2

Solar activity and El Niño cycles began to match up in 1960's but scientists don't know why

Most scientific studies are wrong - diet studies are some of the worst

Traces of 'sonic boom' meteorites found in ocean off Washington State

Spiders found to use Earth's electrical field to 'balloon' hundreds of miles

Data from Juno shows Jupiter moons causing footprints in aurorae

Earth must protect itself from mutant space bacteria

New analysis shows 'Godfather' of global warming was wrong

New evidence of ancient child sacrifice found in Turkey

Two 4,500-Year-Old Homes Found Near Giza Pyramids

The Tomb of an Egyptian God: Mastaba 17 at the Meidum Pyramid

30-Ton Sealed Black Granite Sarcophagus Discovered in Egypt

Randall Carlson presents An introduction to Dynamic Symmetry

Catastrophes & Climate Variations Timeline: Is there a cycle? Cosmography101-18.1

Electric Venus Continues to Confound

Electric Dust Storms Engulf Mars

Bruce Leybourne: Geometry of Earth’s Endogenous Electrical Energy -- Geophysical Evidence | EU2016
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 15, 2018, 07:18:23 am


High-power thermoelectric generator utilizes thermal difference of only 5C

Compact and flexible supercapacitor developed using simple spray coating method

Engineers develop origami electronics from cheap, foldable paper

Salt is key ingredient for cheaper and more efficient batteries

Neural network to allow a car to learn to drive itself in just 20 minutes

Dubai's vertical farming to help quench thirst for own supply chain

How Nantes team's 3-D printing may alter shape of homes to come

Cooling buildings worldwide

Researchers use coal waste to create sustainable concrete

This Honda lawn mower can reach speeds up to 150mph

Russian cargo spacecraft makes fastest-ever trip to ISS

Virtual Reality May Help Save Ancient Egypt's 'Sistine Chapel'

1st Color X-Rays of Human Body

Russian cargo ship makes fastest-ever trip to space station


Researchers discover encryption system in genetic code

'Two-headed' ancient Egyptian mummy

Jumping genes: Cross species transfer has driven evolution

4 genetic traits that helped humans conquer the world - With thanks to interbreeding

13,000 year old clues of deluge and abrupt ice age found in Arctic

Slime molds are able to remember - but do they really learn?

Neutrino that struck Antarctica traced to galaxy 3.7 billion light years away

Crust-formation on Mars means red planet could have been habitable 100 million years before Earth was

New control of cell division discovered

What powers the most luminous galaxies?

Europa's ocean ascending

Faint outburst of an accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar observed by astronomers

Plasma-spewing quasar

Sound of electromagnetic energy moving between Saturn, Enceladus

Scientists discover 'ghost dunes' on Mars

First space tourist flights could come in 2019

Observatories team up to reveal rare double asteroid

NASA Juno data indicate another possible volcano on Jupiter moon Io

Fifty years ago, at Lake Mungo, the true scale of Aboriginal Australians’ epic story was revealed

The Stonehenge dead tell their stories

Scientists in Argentina discover ‘first giant’ dinosaur, pushing evolution of gigantism back 30 million years [Conventional dating is nuts]

Mexico earthquake leads to discovery of ancient temple

Archaeologists prepare to open huge granite sarcophagus in Egypt

A Minilithic Artefact for Rebooting Human Civilization in the Event of Global Cataclysm

Why won’t this debate about an ancient cold snap die?

Fingerprint of ancient abrupt climate change found in Arctic

Catastrophes & Climate Variations Timeline: Is there a cycle?

The Master Pattern of Sacred Metrology

Sacred Geometry, Geodyssey & the Bible. Revelation 11-1

The Cosmic Temple

Randall Carlson - Lost Civilization, Joe Rogan, Michael Shermer & Graham Hancock

*Burckle Crater Impact and Mega-tsunami

Ancient Rituals or a Stone Age Gallows : German ‘Stonehenge’ Revealed

NEWS: Earthquake-damaged Aztec Pyramid Reveals Ancient Temple

NEWS: Gold-Gilded Death Mask Discovered + Egyptian Mummification Workshop
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 22, 2018, 10:22:20 am


What's causing the voltage fade in lithium-rich NMC cathode materials?

Forget joysticks—use your torso to pilot drones

3D-printed underwater jetpack

Norwegian researchers hit silicon jackpot for top battery solution

Molecular clock could greatly improve smartphone navigation

Artificial intelligence technology could help protect water supplies

In China, yellow robots deliver snacks to your home [No one steals them?]

Search and rescue robot developed

US start-up eyes supersonic future

Airbus unveils pioneering solar-powered drone

An underwater pokeball for capturing sea creatures punctuating self-driving vision with tests, software update

Liquid-metal, high-voltage flow battery

A better way to control a swarm of drones

Gorilla Glass to have beefed-up protection for phones to survive oh-no drops

Safe solid-state lithium batteries herald 'paradigm shift' in energy storage

The first flying car?


The Threat Posed by the Wikipedia-Google Complex to Freedom of Information: Analysis of R. M. Santilli Article

Santilli Lawsuit against Frank Israel and Pepjin van Erp

Deep subterranean connection discovered between two active Japanese volcanoes

Comet: C/2018 N2 (ASASSN)

Astronomers discover 12 new moons orbiting Jupiter

One of Jupiter's newly discovered moons is an oddity

Soundwaves reveal over a quadrillion tons of diamonds miles beneath the Earth's surface

Hawaiian telescope detected asteroid over Africa five hours before entering atmosphere

The silent sun: 3 weeks without sunspots

Stunning side-by-side video of Mars shows how the planet-wide dust storm has transformed the surface of the red planet

Earth-based telescope takes image of Neptune sharper than Hubble

Weird sound waves discovered in quantum liquids

Did a rogue star alter our Solar System?

Brown dwarf detected in the CoRoT-20 system

One of the densest clusters of galaxies in the universe is revealed

Mode changing and giant pulses found in a millisecond pulsar

NASA's new mini satellite will study Milky Way's halo

Team creates high-fidelity images of Sun's atmosphere

X-ray data may be first evidence of a star devouring a planet

Martian atmosphere behaves as one

Ultra-bright early galaxies may be less common than we thought

Why won't Parker Solar Probe melt?

Researchers study gravitational lensing around an extremely dense galaxy cluster

Where to search for signs of life on Titan

Could DNA prove that ancient Egyptians visited Ireland?

Mummies’ secrets uncovered in Egypt

New theory of human evolution

Ancient Stone Toolmakers Came To North America Far Earlier Than Clovis People

The origin of humans is not East Africa. It’s much broader

Scientists May Have Solved One of Earth’s Greatest Climate Mysteries

46th Hottest June On Record

NEWS: Heatwave Reveals Unknown Archaeology in Britain & Ireland

NEWS: Sealed Black Granite Sarcophagus OPENED

Solar System's History in Disarray

Discourses on an Alien Sky #38 | The Ancient Polar Configuration: Reviewing Essential Conclusions

Cosmic Geometry, Universal Patterns & Golden Ratio - Randall Carlson
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on July 29, 2018, 08:54:16 am


Carbon components from a 3-D printer

A new catalyst for water splitting that is the best of both worlds

Researchers upgrade organic solar cells to be used in roof tiles generating power

A smart safe rechargeable zinc ion battery based on sol-gel transition electrolytes

Organic Mega Flow Battery transcends lifetime & voltage thresholds

Team lands new efficiency breakthrough for emerging solar cell material

Novel membrane advances low-cost, grid-scale energy storage

An insect-inspired drone deforms upon impact

BMI system lets users control robotic arm while their hands are busy doing something else

Pictures of success in 3-D printing


Quality control in science

Creating 'synthetic' fossils in the lab sheds light on fossilization processes

Tiny, Floating Dumbbell Rotates 60 Billion Times Per Minute
Artificial humans? Scientists create embryo-like structures in the lab

Warmer climates don't necessarily wreck the ecosystem as it self regulates

Mars found to have underground 'lake' at south pole

NASA animation shows the dramatic increase in near-Earth asteroids entering solar system over last 20 years

Ocean acidification at levels not seen for 13 million [make that 4,500] years

Did the moon once support life? It's likely

Historical photos reveal an unexplained shadowy belt around Jupiter's magnetic equator

Russian scientists discover 42,000 [or 4,500] year old frozen worms - that came back to life

Pieces of Earth's mantle found rising under Cascadia Fault

NASA's MAVEN spacecraft finds that 'stolen' electrons enable unusual aurora on Mars

Radiation maps of Jupiter's moon Europa—key to future missions

Where Martian dust comes from

Young galaxy's halo offers clues to its growth and evolution

Liquid water is buried beneath Martian landscape

Enduring 'radio rebound' powered by jets from gamma-ray burst [GRB = star birth]

The structure of the Milky Way

New Species Of Armored Dinosaur Hints At Ancient Migration

Crop circle reveals monument older than Stonehenge

A handful of recent discoveries has transformed our entire understanding of human history

The Mystery of the Unfinished Obelisk of Egypt

NEWS: Archaeologists Uncover ‘Find of a Lifetime’ in Ireland

NEWS: 200 New Stone Pillars Discovered at Gobekli Tepe

NEWS: Ancient Pre-Maya Cave Paintings Discovered in Yucatan, Mexico

Can We Muster the Will to Break "The Curse"? Chaotic terrain different from linear mountains Characteristics
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 05, 2018, 12:40:52 pm


How satellites and other aerial technologies have changed society

Research finds silicon-based, tandem photovoltaic modules can compete in solar market

'Smart' machine components alert users to damage and wear

3-D printing the next generation of batteries

This pad-free wireless charger can power multiple devices at once

Robot Hand manipulation

Soft grippers can be 3-D printed on board ships to safely sample different types of sea life

Insight into loss processes in perovskite solar cells enables efficiency improvements

Neato robot vacuum

Scientists present concept for the elimination of traffic jams

France to China solar bike race

Robots replace waiters in China restaurant


James Webb Space Telescope has become the biggest overrun in the history of science

Large Hadron Collider Just Spat Electron-ified Atoms to Almost the Speed of Light

Physicists Tied Laser Beams into Knots

Great Pyramid is a concentrator of electromagnetic energy

Researchers discover inherited brain activity patterns linked to anxiety

Carbon taxes could cause more food insecurity than climate change itself

Italian scientist suggests life on Mars exists after discovery of subglacial salt lake

Disappearances in the Bermuda Triangle

A new radio telescope has picked up milliseconds-long radio bursts originating in a mysterious source from across the universe

Climate change [or cataclysms] nearly wiped out horses 11,700 years ago

Cuprate [copper] class of metals found to carry electrical current in a way never before observed

Mysterious gigantic rogue planet seen moving outside our solar system

Genome study upends notions of language evolution

Observation of the birth of a nanoplasma

Space station experiment reaches ultracold milestone

Researchers report long hidden properties of Polaris "The North Star"

The simplest organic acid detected in a protoplanetary disk for the first time

Blue crystals in meteorites show that our Sun [perhaps] went through the 'terrible twos'

Pair of colliding stars spill radioactive molecules into space

Parker Solar Probe will be launched into the Sun's outer atmosphere

Plate tectonics not needed to sustain life [True, as there was no plate movements before the Great Flood cataclysms, but there was life]

Planetary defense has new tool in weather satellite lightning detector

Brown dwarf in a dynamical-tide regime detected by WASP survey

Astronomers blown away by historic stellar blast [assuming astronomical distance estimates are accurate, which they're usually not]

What happens when a star behaves like it exploded, but it's still there? [Maybe it was an implosion forming a new star, followed by a rebound of gas and dust]

The fading ghost of a long-dead star, one of the larger supernova remnants in the Milky Way [Supernovas are star births, not deaths]

Homo sapiens developed a new ecological niche that separated it from other hominins

The Zoroastrian Texts of Ancient Persia and What They Reveal About Advanced Ancient Civilizations

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #323: The Next Cooling etc

The Younger Dryas Comet
part 1:
part 2:

Dark Horizon: dark matter and dark energy are merely illusions

Exploring the Landscapes of Catastrophe Pt1: Ice Age MEGA-FLOODS (RC)

NEWS: The Great Pyramid of Egypt Can Focus Electromagnetic Energy
Ancient Batteries & Electricity at the Serapeum of Saqqara in Egypt
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 12, 2018, 10:26:46 am


Smart wristband with link to smartphones could monitor health, environmental exposures

Engineers teach a drone to herd birds away from airports autonomously

Scientists create biodegradable, paper-based biobatteries

Robots are getting more social. Are humans ready? [Talking to a robot's like talking to a wall]

Cloth that has electronic devices built in

A new triboelectric auditory sensor

New efficiency record for organic photovoltaic cells

Ultimate Car Safety Tool for Accidents

FIXD to instantly diagnose any car problems, so mechanics can't scam you

Night Guide HD improves visibility driving at night or in rainy or snowy conditions

Free Network Cable with SkylinkTV

Instantly Back Up All Your Videos & Photos

Selfie Drone 720X


Unknown mineral discovered inside meteorite

"Extraordinary" electromagnetic waves spotted coming out of Jupiter's moon Ganymede

Study on spectacular space storms shows geomagnetic threat occurs before auroras

How did the Aboriginal people first arrive in Australia?

Researchers find sound waves a source of strange 'negative' gravity

New Horizons spacecraft spots wall of hydrogen near edge of Solar System

40,000 year old exquisitely preserved foal unearthed from permafrost in Siberia

Another blow for the dark matter interpretation of the galactic centre excess

NASA's Planet-hunting TESS caught a comet before starting operation

Organic makeup of ancient meteorites sheds light on early Solar System

Hole in ionosphere is caused by sudden stratospheric warming

Short orbital-period binary star detected at the heart of the planetary nebula M 3-1

Astronomers report the most distant radio galaxy ever discovered

Impact of a stellar intruder on our solar system

Study helps solve mystery under Jupiter's coloured bands

Pairs of small colliding galaxies may seed future stars

Astrophysicists discover that ultrahot planets have starlike atmospheres [what, plasma?]

Satellite measurements of the Earth's magnetosphere promise better space weather forecasts

First coronal mass ejection from a star other than the sun

Students digging into data archive spot mysterious X-ray source

Researchers spot an inside-out planetary nebula

Two Examples of Ancient Abrupt Climate Change

NEWS: Ancient Maya Civilisation Destroyed by Massive Drought

Sumerians, Anunnaki and Nibiru: The Truth

Second Sphinx Found in Egypt? NO!

Exploring the Landscapes of Catastrophe Pt2: Ice Age MEGA-FLOODS

The Great Pyramid Decoded. Part 1

The Great Pyramid Decoded. Part 2

The Great Pyramid Decoded - Part 3

The Comet Venus and Its Missing Craters

Event of the Younger Dryas
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 19, 2018, 10:37:06 am

Designing a 'solar tarp,' a foldable, packable way to generate power from the sun

BiSb expands the potential of topological insulators for ultra-low-power electronic devices

Nanostructured gate dielectric boosts stability of organic thin-film transistors

Transistor technology may improve speed, battery life for computers, mobile phones and other electronics

'Building up' stretchable electronics to be as multipurpose as your smartphone

Common WiFi can detect weapons, bombs and chemicals in bags

Remote sensing techniques could improve electrification planning in Zambia

New water-splitting technology brings clean hydrogen fuel one step closer

Battery breakthrough: Doubling performance with lithium metal that doesn't catch fire

Engineers have developed printable metal tags that turn everyday objects into "smart" Internet of Things devices

New AI camera could revolutionize autonomous vehicles

AI could improve lip sync dubbing

Research team develops the world's first-ever 4-D printing for ceramics

Greek island resort to run on wind, solar power

A paper battery powered by bacteria

Russia to develop super-heavy carrier rocket as reusable spacecraft


Comets and Disease

The cautionary tail of Comet Swift–Tuttle

Scientists track the speed of death as it moves through a cell

Dormant California supervolcano found to sit atop 240 cubic miles of magma [An impact site?]

Auroras discovered around brown dwarfs

Scientists find new properties of water

Earth's oldest rocks likely to have been created by meteorite bombardment

Are Cells the Intelligent Designers? Why Creationists and Darwinists Are Both Wrong

Unraveling the stellar content of young clusters

In a massive region of space, astronomers find far fewer galaxies than they expected

Unusual doughnut-shaped jet observed in the galaxy NGC 6109

Study of material surrounding distant stars shows Earth's ingredients 'pretty normal'

Sprawling galaxy cluster found hiding in plain sight

Astronomers identify some of the oldest galaxies in the universe

Magnetized inflow accreting to center of Milky Way galaxy

Six things about Mars' Opportunity's recovery efforts

Water-worlds are common: Exoplanets may contain vast amounts of water

‘Asteroid forensics’ could reveal the origin of water

Failed Prognostications of Climate Alarm

A New Kind of ‘Alien Mineral’ Has Been Discovered in a Russian Meteorite

The Ancient Astronomers of Göbekli Tepe

Ancient Egyptian Texts Reveal Lost Science

Heatwave Reveals More Ancient British Sites

The Ancient Sumerians: The Great Ziggurat of Ur

Discourses on an Alien Sky #39 | Invitation to Jordan Peterson
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on August 26, 2018, 02:04:53 pm


Wireless communication breaks through water-air barrier

Specially prepared paper can bend, fold or flatten on command

AI-assisted note-taking for electronic health records

Safety concerns about new pebble-bed nuclear reactors

Kalashnikov unveils 'electric supercar'

First-ever 3-D-printed electrolyte for lithium-ion batteries

Redefining wearable technology

Teaching robots how to interact with children with autism

Researchers propose new method for secure, speech-based two-factor authentication

Ground-penetrating radar tech for self-driving cars curbs weather risks

Tidal energy turbine company is showing good results

The Most Dangerous Space Weapons Ever

How Scientists Created the Purest Drop of Water on Earth


Was Saturn the Sun?

Saturn as a Sun

Hubble releases most detailed image of universe yet

From micro to macro: The intelligent design of the cosmos

Polar ice found on Moon now raises hope for lunar colony with supply of water

Magnitude 6.3 earthquake off coast of Oregon warns of Cascadia subduction zone slippage

Meteor explosion in Michigan helps scientists detect future threats

Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo partly caused by massive volcano 'short circuiting' electrical current in atmosphere

Nitrous oxide may have helped warm the early Earth and acted as nourishing factor for microbial life

'Potentially hazardous' 500 foot asteroid due to hurtle close to Earth

Water-worlds are common: Exoplanets may contain vast amounts of water

Astronomers detect synchronous X-ray and radio mode switching of the pulsar PSR B0823+26

NASA's InSight passes halfway to Mars, instruments check in

Researchers investigate a peculiar star-forming dwarf galaxy candidate

Stars memorize rebirth of our home galaxy

Crystalline silica in meteorite brings scientists closer to understanding solar evolution

US Astronauts Could Fly to Moon-Orbiting Station by 2024

A Whole Lot of the Planet Is on Fire Right Now

Earth's Magnetic Field Can Reverse Poles Ridiculously Quickly

OSIRIS-REx: Bringing Home Pieces of an Asteroid

Asteroid Billiards: This Wild Idea to Protect Earth Just Might Work

The Most Amazing Space Photos This Week!

Glowing NASA Map Shows Huge Dust Clouds Swirling Across Earth

Scientists Blasted Mirrors with Lasers to Listen to Light

Were there two routes into North America? Genetics meets archaeology

Genetic error led humans to evolve bigger, but more vulnerable, brains

Ancient Riches Discovered at Mysterious Burial Monument

DNA analysis of 6,500-year-old human remains with blue eye mutation

Gold Found inside THE Alexandria Sarcophagus + Bone Surgery

Enki, the Sumerian Great Flood and the Origins of Noah’s Ark

Ancient Pyramid, Lost City & Human Sacrifices Discovered in China

The Mystery of Baalbek: When, How and Why? Part 1

Cosmic Geometry of Crop Circles

Shockingly Powerful Lightning on Earth

Andrew Hall: Electric Earth | EU2017
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 02, 2018, 10:57:12 am


Electronic transistor packs more power into an electric car

Robot teachers invade Chinese kindergartens

Japan wants airborne cars

Air pollution haze can put a dent in solar power

Dual-layer solar cell sets record for efficiently generating power

Voice assistants tool up in hope of a bright future

Networked UAV Defense Swarms to defend against malicious drones

Researchers use sound to print droplets that couldn't be printed before

New laser technique binds aluminum with plastic in injection molding

New approach makes sprayed droplets hit and stick to their targets

Light programmable guidance of direct current fields in Laplacian metadevices

Boron nitride separation process could facilitate higher efficiency solar cells

Device harvests energy from low-frequency vibrations

Physicist cracks code on material that works as both conductor, insulator


10 Unsettling Solutions to the Fermi Paradox [i.e. why no signs of intelligent life in the universe beyond Earth?]

CO2 Absorption Spectrum: There is no Valid Mechanism for CO2 Creating Global Warming

Testing the reproducibility of social science research

AI technology to begin to predict locations of aftershocks

Scientists discover new cell, possibly unique to human brains: The 'rosehip neuron'

Laser cooling down antimatter

Volcanic eruption destroyed ozone layer and wiped out 90% of life 250 million years ago

Meteorite suspected of hitting ISS, causes oxygen-leaking crack

15 of Spitzer's greatest discoveries from 15 years in space

Discovering trailing components of a coronal mass ejection

Jupiter had growth disorders

Particles collected by Hayabusa give absolute age of asteroid Itokawa

Stellar 'swarms' help astronomers understand the evolution of stars

Astronomers reveal new details about 'monster' star-forming galaxies

Water worlds could support life

Cooking pots reveal how ancient megacity died out because of climate change

Our prehistoric ancestors all mated with one another

Blue-Eyed Immigrants Transformed Ancient Israel 6,500 Years Ago

Human Sacrifices At Massive Pyramid Along Great Wall Change Archaeologists’ View Of Early China

Jomon: 10,000 Years of Prehistoric Art in Japan

Gobekli Tepe - Mega Tsunami 500 mile boat throw *not UFO* (Durupinar Archaeological Site )

Noah's Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics (from Pangea to Today)


Ancient Mask of Maya King Pakal Discovered | Ancient Architects

Part 2: The Mystery of Baalbek: When, How and Why? | Ancient Architects

Atlantis Program Intro - History & Geologic Rationale

Cosmic Geometry of the Great Pyramids, Stonehenge & Crop Circles

Egyptian Pyramids & it's Cosmic Geometry

CosmoG101-19.2+3 Anasazi/Chacoan Systems & Symbolic Knowledge Transmission

Electric Erosion
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 08, 2018, 09:22:07 pm


New way to turn sunlight into fuel

New California bridge gets sensors to gather earthquake data

Robot boat sails into history by finishing Atlantic crossing

Changing the type of silicon etching drops solar power costs by more than 10 percent

Simple 3-D printer for metal

Pulses send messages through the skin

Software tool could help architects design efficient buildings

All-in-one light-driven water splitting for fuel

Could AI robots develop prejudice on their own? [Yes, if programmed to]

Robat uses sound to navigate and map a novel environment

An autonomous robot to pollinate bramble plants

World's largest offshore wind farm Walney Extension swings into action for energy

Russian scientists now closer to developing "invisible" metamaterial

The trees that ooze metallic sap

Japan to test mini 'space elevator'

Building 3-D atomic structures atom by atom using lasers

Holography, light-field technology combo could deliver practical 3-D displays

Large wind and solar farms in the Sahara would increase heat, rain, vegetation


Ultracold atoms confirm 1963 prediction about 1D electrons

Researchers confirm nuclear structure theory by measuring nuclear radii of cadmium isotopes

Bio-inspired materials decrease drag for liquids

Cassini sends a parting gift: Hexagonal vortex hundreds of kilometers high discovered on Saturn

New open-access plan could spell end to journal subscriptions

Jupiter's magnetic field is very different from Earth's

Jupiter has apparently developed a THIRD magnetic pole

Mad scientists want to use Earth to 'catch' asteroids for mining

Saturn's famous hexagon may tower above the clouds

Saturn sprouts another weird hexagon

Researchers investigate a white dwarf exhibiting transits of planetary debris

Little star sheds light on young planets

Telescope maps cosmic rays in Magellanic clouds

Relationship established between brightness and [starvation] diet of black holes

New binary system showcasing beaming effect found by astronomers

Youngest accretion disk detected in star formation

Radio observations confirm superfast jet of material from neutron star merger

Mysterious 'lunar swirls' point to moon's volcanic, magnetic past

Galactic 'wind' stifling star formation is most distant yet seen

Cosmic collision forges galactic one ring in X-rays

Asteroid-deflection mission passes key development milestone

Almost 500 explosions found in galaxy cores

Pluto should be reclassified as a planet

New imagery solves mystery of why Mount St. Helens is out of line with other volcanoes

Episodic and intense rain caused by ancient global warming [due to impacts?]

Research shines light on ancient global warming [again due to impacts?]

Archaeologists Are Using Technology To Explore The ‘Lost City Of Ancient Israel’ And Its Underground Chambers

An Ancient Egyptian Village Just Found in The Nile Delta Predates The Pyramids by 2,500 Years

Human Artifacts in Ancient Rock

Ancient Egyptian Cemetery Discovered Near Giza

The Secrets of Silbury Hill: NEW HYPOTHESIS

High-level Timeline of Younger Dryas Impact AND Flood of Noah

Anasazi Archaeo-astronomy at Chaco Canyon

Stonehenge and The Squaring of the Circle

The Parthenon Revealed
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 15, 2018, 10:52:54 pm


First truly black solar modules roll off industrial production line

Drones, ride sharers could team up for package delivery

Waste plastic in concrete could support sustainable construction in India

Potholes: How engineers are working to fill in the gaps

Booming electric car sales drive lithium rush in Portugal

Iron powder: a clean, alternative fuel for industry that replaces natural gas

Lego-style solar panels to smash energy bills

The textile reactor takes its place on the recycling landscape

Could coal ash be a viable source of rare-earth metals?

Huge trash tube that collects sea garbage launched in ambitious eco-project in San Francisco Bay


The rise of machine learning in astronomy

Understanding deep-sea images with artificial intelligence

AI detects a 'mysterious repeating' signal from alien galaxy 3B light years away

Geologists reveal Great Britain was created by collision of 3 landmasses

Scientists find evidence for early planetary shake-up

Age bias exists even in outer space—in samples collected by Apollo astronauts

Landslides, avalanches may be key to long-term comet activity

Astronomers witness birth of new star from stellar explosion

New accreting millisecond X-ray pulsar discovered

Astronomers probe 'outstanding mystery' of how galaxies stop building stars

Magnetic waves create chaos in star-forming clouds

SpaceX announces new plan to send tourist around Moon

Barbarian DNA from European cemeteries reveals secrets of mysterious ancient society

Mythical City of Atlantis Allegedly Discovered in Sahara Desert

101 evidences for a young age of the earth and the universe

Evidence Of 12,000 Year Old Cataclysm At Karnak in Egypt?

Present melting rates of Greenland icecaps indicate they would not have survived the hypsithermal

Greenland icecores less than 6000 years old, with or without Velikovsky and/or catastrophism

When Saturn Ruled the World | From Remembering the End of the World

Younger Dryas Impact #2 - Wilkes Land crater - Australasian Strewnfield

Saginaw Bay - Younger Dryas Impact Crater Location

Hidden in Plain Sight: The Primordial Mound of Egypt

The Location of the Egyptian Hall of Records Revealed

Carolina Bays' Research - Historical Review (pt 1/3)

Carolina Bays' Research - Historical Review (pt 2/3)

Carolina Bays' Research - Historical Review (pt 3/3)

Randall Carlson - Gematria, The Hidden Mathematics of Scripture

"The Making of a Catastrophist" Intro Bio on Randall Carlson

Electric Comets and Plasma Serpents in the Lab

Jacob Gable's Channel: ElectroTerraVision
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 22, 2018, 11:19:09 pm


Using lignin to replace fossil materials

Multi-joint, personalized soft exosuit breaks new ground

German electric hybrid train

Germany rolls out world's first hydrogen train

Machine-learning system tackles speech and object recognition

Scientists use artificial neural networks to predict new stable materials

Creating 3-D printed 'motion sculptures' from 2-D videos

Wearable technology that turns the user's skin into a loudspeaker

Fast object detection in videos

Self-flying glider 'learns' to soar like a bird

'Robotic skins' turn everyday objects into robots

Super cheap earth element to advance new battery tech

Crowd counting through walls, with WiFi

E-skin able to detect changes in wind, water drops and moving ants

This Machine Will turn your favorite teddy bear into robo-Teddy


New understanding of light allows researchers to see around corners

Modified superconductor synapse reveals exotic electron behavior

Laser ignites hot plasma

Researchers push the boundaries of optical microscopy

Researchers decipher the dynamics of electrons in perovskite crystals

Ancients Saw Saturn Explosion That Formed a Ring Around Saturn
I was just reading The Ship of Heaven [Aeon Journal] and found these interesting quotes.
"Nut, as we have already observed, simply personified the Aten-band" [the snake-like circular enclosure around the sun god, Saturn].
"In the archaic creation legend, vast quantities of material erupted from the sun god as living 'Outflow', and it was from this ejecta that the band was constituted."
"... this fiery ejecta is recorded pictographically as an assembly of 'star'-images. (Hence the "stars" on the body of Nut.)"
Have you seen pictures of the ancient Egyptian goddess Nut naked with stars on her body? Apparently, those were meteors and asteroids produced from the nova eruption of Saturn. By reflecting sunlight at night or twilight they would look like stars.

Michigan Copper in the Mediterranean (Isle Royale and Keweenaw Peninsula, c. 2400BC-1200BC)

Kakadu National Park: The ‘Soul of Australia‘ has Some of the Oldest Rock Art in the World

Beyond Milankovitch [Cause of Ice Ages]

Myths of the Cherokee: The Deluge

Gobekli Tepe Archaeoastronomy and the Second Hill of Osiris

World-Wide Solar Observatory Closures: What is Happening? [This is very strange with no definite answers, so I'm posting 4 links about it: solar storm? UFOs? Comment if you've found the answer, please.]

Sophisticated Astronomy at Chaco & Globally / Canyon Geology

Moral Collapse or Catastrophe? The Drowning of Atlantis

Hubble detects never-before-seen features around neutron star

Scientists observe origins of elusive sprites that appear above thunderstorms

Japanese physicists record largest magnetic field ever generated indoors

There are more microbial species on Earth than stars in the galaxy

The Moon is electric

'Deep creep' discovery near California's deadliest faults could explain mystery earthquakes

The next big 'space weather' event poses an astronomical risk to modern man

Gaia satellite detects a shake in the Milky Way

Chandra detection of diskless young stars

Closest planet ever discovered outside solar system could be habitable with a dayside ocean

Magellanic clouds duo may have been a trio

Video: Net successfully snares space debris

Different kind of black hole

Gaia detects a shake in the Milky Way

First detection of [Does It] matter falling into a black hole at 30 percent of the speed of light

Astrophysicists measure precise rotation pattern of sun-like stars for the first time

Japan space robots start asteroid survey

Supposedly 73,000-Year-Old Doodle May Be World’s Oldest Drawing

The Path to the Egyptian Underworld: The Wall of the Crow

NEW THEORY: The Lost Island of Atlantis Revealed

Younger Dryas Ejecta Curtain - Antonio Zamora

RA + ISIS = Younger Dryas Impact

Mother Goddess Spiral Petroglyph - Younger Dryas

Was there a BIGGER purpose for Egypt Pyramids? - Randall Carlson
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on September 29, 2018, 12:15:00 pm


Integrated modulator is now better than ever

Smart transformer extremely compact and energy efficient

Automated robotic solutions for agriculture

Robots may need lizard-like tails for 'off-road' travel

Smart controller for home heating and cooling system can clean pollution with little energy costs

ANYmal will pick up your trash no matter what

Zinc-air batteries provide power in remote areas

Smart devices could soon tap their owners as a battery source

Device that integrates solar cell and battery could store electricity outside the grid

Saving pedestrian lives by using public cameras to communicate with smartphones

Enhanced liquid oxygen-propylene rocket engine

Cheap, easy to produce nano-filter to scrub toxic metals from polluted water

Industrial fruit peel waste used to create new adsorbent material for water filtration


Newly discovered magnetic state could lead to combining low-energy consumption with high-speed computational power and high-density data storage

Efficient generation of high-density plasma enabled by high magnetic field

Tracking hydrogen movement using subatomic particles

Self-folding metamaterial

Plasma thruster: New space debris removal technology

Ancient Mars had right conditions for underground life

Martian moon may have come from impact on Mars

Japan's 'hopping rovers' land successfully, send first images of Ryugu asteroid

Scientists measure invisible clouds of matter that orbit every human being

Supernova that went unnoticed 14 years ago discovered

A review of Blueprint: How DNA Makes Us Who We Are (Nature over Nurture)

Astronomers may have spotted the birth of a neutron star in heart of supernova [kuz supernova is starbirth, not stardeath]

Father of the 2°C climate target admits number is fabricated as a 'political goal'

Particles coming from the ground in Antarctica have physicists puzzled

26,000-pound dinosaur discovered in South Africa was Earth's largest land animal

Dust storms on Titan spotted for the first time

Four extremely young asteroid families less than 7 million years old identified

Hyper Suprime-Cam survey maps dark matter [something] in the universe

How a tiny Curiosity motor identified a massive Martian dust storm

Extended emission filaments found in the galaxy Markarian 6

Dust clouds can explain puzzling features of active galactic nuclei

Aboriginal people lived in Australia’s desert interior 50,000 years ago

Archaeologists discover ‘massive’ ancient building in Egypt

Ice age discovery may reveal early migration route of first Americans

22 Reasons To Be Skeptical Of Human-Induced Global Warming

Martian meteorites are most likely a few thousand years old, at most

1000 Mile Long "Stone-age" Tunnel Beneath Europe?

Mystery History

Burckle Crater Impact and Mega-tsunami Cosmography - Randall Carlson

Micro-scale Flood Effects Mimic Macro Events - Randall Carlson

Catastrophes & Climate Variations Timeline: Is there a cycle? - Randall Carlson

Could a Comet Be the Cause of the Great Flood?

5 Things PROVE Asteroid Hit Earth & RESET Advanced Ancient Human Civilization 12980 Years Ago

The Lost Island of Atlantis Revealed Part 2 | Ancient Architects

Sophisticated Astronomy at Chaco & Globally / Canyon Geology w/ Randall Carlson

Atlantis Program Intro History & Geologic Rationale - Randall Carlson

How long it took to build Egypt Pyramids? - Randall Carlson

Randall Carlson's Cosmic Patterns and Cycles of Catastrophe
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 06, 2018, 12:57:49 pm


How swarms of nanomachines could improve the efficiency of any machine

Research team's energy-saving solution for frozen-food storage could mean big cost savings

Emissions-free energy system saves heat from the summer sun for winter

Light multiplication for stable improvement of solar cells

New electric car charger is more efficient, 10 times smaller than current tech

Supersizing solar cells—researchers print module six times bigger than previous largest

New research could lead to more energy-efficient computing

New 3D-printed cement paste gets stronger when it cracks—just like structures in nature

Artificial enzymes [i.e. catalysts] convert solar energy into hydrogen gas

Startup uses 3-D printing to reinvent the production of metal parts

Seawater breakthrough in production of so-called climate-friendly fuel bioethanol cuts demands on freshwater

Russia field-tests 'microwave guns' for 6th-generation fighter jets

Train able to travel at over 700mph unveiled in Spain

Mechanical engineers develop ways to improve windfarm productivity


ISOLDE reveals shape-shifting character of Mercury isotopes

Possible explanation for excess of electron neutrinos

Black holes ruled out as universe's missing dark matter

Topological material shows superconductivity—and not just at its surface

Neutrons scan magnetic fields inside samples

Atom Smasher Detects Hints of New Unstable Particles

New Particles? No, Bad Theory: mainstream now reporting “non-standard model” particles exiting the south pole

Deep space astronauts at risk of having their microflora destroyed

Newfound object in the far outer solar system was disturbed [like other bodies there] by a very large object [Saturn?]

Russian-made neutron detector finds water ice in Mars' sub-equatorial areas

Gaia spots stars flying between galaxies

The faint glow of cosmic hydrogen

Protoplanetary disk material found to be too sparse to form planet populations

Blazar LBQS 1319+0039 detected in hard X-rays

Gamma rays from exotic Milky Way object

X-ray survey (365 galaxy clusters & 26,000 active galactic nuclei) supports standard cosmological model [no bias of course]

VLA sky survey reveals first 'orphan' gamma ray burst [CC says GRBs and supernovas are star birth implosions: ]

Surprising chemical complexity of Saturn's rings changing planet's upper atmosphere

Saturn's weird magnetic field

In its final days, Cassini bathed in 'ring rain' [ring dust]

Protons of extreme energies between Saturn and its dense rings

First SpaceX mission with astronauts set for June 2019

Observations challenge cosmological [big bang] theories

Ring of gas and stars orbiting the Milky Way make it bigger than previously thought

Upheaval: How Old Is the Earth and Its Species?

Well established theories on patterns in evolution might be wrong

Large-scale wind power needs more land, causes more climatic impact than previously thought

Study claims 2017 earthquake off Mexico broke through an entire tectonic plate

Amazing New Archaeological Technique

Prehistoric art hints at lost Indian civilisation

Digitizing the vast 'dark data' in museum fossil collections

Lost Footage of Africa Found That Proves An Advanced Civilization Has Been Hidden for Centuries

Zohar StarGate Ancient Discoveries channel

Humans delayed the onset of the Sahara desert by 500 years

Possible Evidence of World’s Oldest Fishing Nets Unearthed in Korea

Stone Engravings of Famous Warrior Pharaoh Found in Ancient Egyptian Temple

Upheaval: How Old Is the Earth and Its Species?

Catastrophe Linked to Grail / Southwest US Flooding - Randall Carlson

The Music Encoded into the Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects

10,000 Year Old Civilisation Discovered in India | Ancient Architects

Younger Dryas + 6,000ish BC Mega Tsunami - Persian Gulf

Proof Catastrophic Events 11,000-6,500 BC-Younger Dryas Impact-Noah's Solar Flare-Taurids Black Sea
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 13, 2018, 01:09:10 pm


Permanent, wireless self-charging platform for low-power wearable electronics

9th generation processors

Exploring self-driving car with device as steering wheel

Researchers develop 3-D printed objects that can track and store how they are used

Passengers ready for world's longest flight

UC Berkeley team gives jumping robot higher goals than bouncy-bouncy

Your smartphone could soon be making your commute much less stressful

Russian scientists isolate bacteria which neutralizes nuclear waste

Russian and American astronauts dodge death in rare Soyuz rocket launch accident

Russia tests its nuclear deterrence tech in large-scale drills

Atlas robot can now do parkour to chase humans up stairs

Ancient pigment can boost energy efficiency

New tool simultaneously senses magnetic fields in various directions

World's fastest camera freezes time at 10 trillion frames per second


Forcing a metal to be a superconductor via rapid chilling

A mysterious insulating phenomenon in a superconductor

Copper ions flow like liquid through crystalline structures

Scientists explain the low-temperature anomaly in superconductors

Ultrafast optical fiber-based electron gun to reveal atomic motions

The culprit of superconductivity in cuprates

A topological insulator in which optical and electronic excitations hybridize and flow together

Protoplanetary disk material found to be too sparse to form planet populations

Astronomers witness birth of binary star system for 1st time

When is a nova not a nova? When a white dwarf and a brown dwarf collide

Remarkable flares from the galactic center

Planetary nebulae reveal kinematics of Messier 87 galaxy's outer halo

Giant, jagged 'ice spikes' cover Jupiter's moon Europa, new study suggests

High levels of scandium near the galaxy's giant black hole were illusory, astronomers find [including the black hole IMO]

'Pulsar in a box' reveals surprising picture of a neutron star's surroundings

Galaxy NGC 3256 contains substantial amounts of dark matter, study suggests [i.e. electrical forces]

Massive star's unusual death heralds the birth of compact neutron star binary

Scientists puzzled as to why Earth's mantle convection has stalled

'Lost volcano world' teeming with life discovered thousands of meters below remote seas

Mt Etna at risk of 'catastrophic collapse'

Scientists successfully breed mice with same-sex parents using stem cells and a DNA editor

Trillions of health-protecting viruses make up your virome

The Evolution of Life on the Electric Earth

The Problem with Ice Age Overkill

Oldest Hominid Bones Found In Poland Belonged To Neanderthal Child Whose Fingers Were Chewed By Giant Bird

Easter Island Heads May Have Been Markers for Drinking Water

Clues from a Somalian cavefish about modern mammals’ dark past [maybe related to Cardona's Age of Darkness]

This Ancient Stone Cutting Technology Evidence at Puma Punku is Unlike Anything Ever Seen

Ancient Machining at Petra This is What Mainstream Science Doesn't Want You To See

Rare Ancient Megaliths of Peru Show They Somehow Shaped Stone in a Way We Cannot Match

Uncovering the impossible: 6 of the Heaviest Ancient Stones Ever Made

The Great Sphinx of Egypt: Guardian of a Lost Ancient Archive | Ancient Architects

The Inventory Stela, the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid | Ancient Architects

Easter Island Statues - Mystery Solved? | Ancient Architects

Catastrophe Linked to Grail; Southwest US Flooding / Randall Carlson

Ice Age Clues in Glacial Retreat - Catastrophic Model / Randall Carlson

Extinct Mega-Beasts of the Pleistocene / Randall Carlson

Randall Carlson - The Cosmic Origins of Halloween

Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis (YDIH) - Prospects for a physics-based model - Antonio Zamora

Proof a Solar Flare Ended Younger Dryas - Dead Sea - Lake Van Level Analysis

Younger Dryas Comparative Mythology - NASA GeoSpace1

Discovery Shuttle Museum Symbology - Younger Dryas Mythology
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 20, 2018, 08:15:54 pm

A remote Greek island is on its way to becoming energy self-sufficient

Lift-off for world-first ultrasound levitation that bends around barriers

*Ultra-light gloves let users 'touch' virtual objects [sounds like a breakthrough for VR]

Why R2-D2 could be your child's teacher sooner than you think

3-D printers have 'fingerprints,' a discovery that could help trace 3-D-printed guns, counterfeit goods

A step toward personalized, automated smart homes

3D-printed lithium-ion batteries

Carbon fiber can store energy in the body of a vehicle

3-D printer designed for use in microgravity

3D-printed supercapacitor electrode breaks records

Researchers demonstrate 120-kilowatt wireless charging for vehicles

Russian submarines equipped with supercavitating torpedo nukes

China is launching an artificial, extra-bright moon to cut the cost of city lights


Wal Thornhill: Gravitational Accretion Bites the Dust

"Comet of the year" 46P/Wirtanen making close approach, may become visible in December

Tectonic past of Jupiter's moon Ganymede provides clues for life on active Europa

Proposed budget for NASA's Planetary Defense Coordination Office suddenly increased three-fold

Scientists discover largest and oldest supercluster of galaxies ever

Truck-size asteroid makes fourth-closest pass by Earth on record

Active galactic nuclei and star formation

NASA X-ray Space Telescope back online after brief shutdown

Missing gamma-ray blobs shed new light on dark matter, cosmic magnetism

NASA's Fermi mission energizes the sky with gamma-ray constellations

Astronomers catch red dwarf star in a superflare outburst [like Cardona's Brown Dwarf Saturn Theory]

Superflares from young red dwarf stars imperil planets

Chandra and ALMA measure speed of sloshing gas in galaxy cluster

How can water vapor explode from a comet far from the Sun?

Not everything is where it seems to be

*Biased Study supports Standard Model of particle physics, excludes alternative models

Scientists discover first high-temperature single-molecule magnet

Breakthrough in accessing the tiny magnet within the core of a single atom

Ultracold trapped atoms to measure pressure

Heavy hydrogen tracks glucose metabolism in vivo

Nobel chemistry research validates intelligent design concept of irreducible complexity

Harvard Medical School determines that pioneer of cardiac stem cell treatment fabricated 31 studies

Scientists find stem cell proliferation is controlled directly by the nervous system

Human brains carry electrical signals different from other mammals

Eerie 'singing' sounds heard coming from the Antarctic ice shelf

4 earthquakes strike days after fracking restarts in Blackpool, UK

Space junk that crashed into Californian orchard identified

Catastrophic geological events could have created evolutionary bottlenecks

Ancient Civilisation Is Being Unearthed in Tamil Nadu

Neanderthals Suffered a Lot of Traumatic Injuries [from cataclysms?]

Ancient petroglyphs of Maharashtra, India

The Balochistan Temple Complex Part One


Ancient Artifacts In Egypt That Egyptologists Do Not Understand

*Rh Negative Bloodlines in History [after the Great Flood]

Hancock and Carlson talk Younger-Dryas Catastrophe at Earth-Keeper '18 conference

Younger Dryas Impact THEORY - Tectonic Activity Analysis

ATL + (antis) root word for water - Aztec Younger Dryas Comparative Mythology

What is Flower of Life? (Sacred Geometry) - Randall Carlson

Dave Talbott: Mythology as Undiscovered History
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on October 27, 2018, 06:42:15 pm


Optimizing winglets for minimum drag, more efficient flight

Driverless hover-taxis to take off in Singapore [in a populated area? Look out]

Making 'smart headlights' with machine learning

A new method to automate the synthesis of stochastic computing circuits

How should autonomous vehicles be programmed?

New tool streamlines the creation of moving pictures

Small flying robots (drones?) haul heavy loads

Artificial fly brain can tell who's who

Chemists advance sustainable battery technology

Water out of thin air

Researchers publish discoveries in battery technology

Highly efficient wet-processed solar cells with molecules in the same orientation

Hyundai exoskeleton aims to cut workers' strains, will be tested in factories

China set to open world's longest sea bridge connecting Hong Kong and Macau

Groundbreaking new technology could allow 100-times-faster internet by harnessing twisted light beams

Tiny diamond invention could help launch rockets into space, high-radiation environments

World's smallest optical gyroscope


Student discovers slowest ever pulsar star

Cloudlets swarm around our local supermassive black hole [or something]

Ultra-close stars discovered inside a planetary nebula

Study provides new insight into why galaxies stop forming stars

New giant protocluster of galaxies discovered at high redshift

The ghost of Cassiopeia

Astronomers confirm collision between two Milky Way satellite galaxies

Study finds Mars' salty water likely to have enough oxygen to support life

Mars could have enough molecular oxygen to support life, and scientists figured out where to find it

Mars 'explosion' intrigues conspiracy theorists

NASA's First Image of Mars from a CubeSat

Electricity in Martian dust storms helps to form perchlorates

NASA's Juno mission detects Jupiter wave trains

Team makes breakthroughs studying Pluto orbiter mission

Saturn's moon Dione covered by mysterious stripes

New Harvard study posits transfer of life between planets

ALMA maps Europa's temperature

A first 'snapshot' of the complete spectrum of neutrinos emitted by the sun

Earth's dust cloud satellites confirmed

Asteroid Phaethon acts like a comet, contributes to a meteor shower, and it's blue

Researchers switch material from one state to another with a single flash of light

Researchers validate 80-year-old ferroelectric theory

Researchers demonstrate 'random, transistor' laser that can be manipulated at nanoscale

Researchers develop small device that bends light to generate new radiation

Rethinking evolution: Researchers find evidence of rapid genome adaptation of Burmese pythons

Inconvenient study: Higher temperatures could help protect coral reefs

World's oldest fossils aren't actually fossils, new research suggests

*Recent C-14 Dating of Fossils including Dinosaur Bone Collagen

World’s oldest intact shipwreck discovered in Black Sea

Graham Hancock Releases Description of New Book, "America Before"

Central Europeans confirm Laacher See volcanic eruption preceded cosmic impact at Younger Dryas start

A Bridge to the Younger Dryas Meteor

Gate of the Gods Lake Titicaca - Younger Dryas Mega Tsunami

New Younger Dryas Theory - Endorheic Basins Mega Tsunami Evidence

Gigantic Polygonal Masonry Found At Osaka Castle

Randall Carlson - The Book of Esoterica

Hancock and Carlson take questions from audience at Earth-Keeper '18 conference

Illuminati Debunked - Horus Papyrus - Younger Dryas Comparative Mythology

Peter Mungo Jupp: Instant Fossilization
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 03, 2018, 11:12:54 am


Eye-tracking glasses provide a new vision for the future of augmented reality

Urban swarms for autonomous waste management

Shape-shifting modular robot

Most scalable, flexible and adaptable service robot on the market

Fleets of drones could aid searches for lost hikers

Solar arrays could be used as resources for plant productivity, study shows

AI-equipped autopilot combine harvester makes its debut in Russia

French company uses drones and 3D images to reconstruct destroyed heritage sites

Russia to repurpose ICBMs as commercial launch rockets for civilian space missions

Russia's miles ahead of US in developing pulse & laser weapons


Mysterious linear features spotted on Saturn's moon

Researchers create the most detailed picture yet of the Sun's neutrino factory

Scientists capture first ever image of supermassive black hole at center of Milky Way

NASA's asteroid belt mission declared over after spacecraft runs out of fuel

3C 17 is a member of a newly identified galaxy cluster, observations reveal

Astronomers witness slow death of nearby galaxy

Powerful molecular wind in an active spiral galaxy

Two high-redshift quasars discovered using OGLE

NASA will keep trying to contact stalled Mars rover Opportunity

Artificial intelligence bot trained to recognize galaxies

'Zombie' stars return from the dead

Naturally occurring 'batteries' fueled organic carbon synthesis on Mars

Astronomers discover the giant that shaped the early days of our Milky Way

Groundwater and precipitation provided water to form Hellas Basin lakes throughout Mars history

All Kepler data publicly available

New insights on comet tails are blowing in the solar wind

Grave doubts over LIGO's 'discovery' of gravitational waves

The deepest volcanic eruption ever documented left an amazing sight on the ocean floor

'Ferroelectric' particles

Fast-flowing electrons may mimic astrophysical dynamos

Electronic activity previously invisible to electron microscopes revealed

Fine structure constant - Why the number 137 is one of the greatest mysteries in physics

How to differentiate science from pseudoscience using 'global warming' as an example

Witches, Comets and Planetary Cataclysms

Oldest weapons ever discovered in North America pre-date Clovis


“The Liquid Asteroid” –Event Equal to 10 Billion Hiroshima Bombs Made the Rise of Homo Sapiens Possible

This 4,500-Year-Old Ramp Contraption May Have Been Used to Build Egypt's Great Pyramid

Major corridor of Silk Road already home to high-mountain herders over 4,000 years ago

Fossils hint hominids migrated through a ‘green’ Arabia 300,000 years ago

The Comet Impact In The Indian Ocean That May Have Submerged Dwaraka


Younger Dryas Flooding: Antonio Zamora

Fibonacci Sequence & Golden Ratio (Phi) - Randall Carlson

Decrypting the Cosmic Origins of Halloween w Deep Historian Randall Carlson

Cosmic Origins of Halloween - Randal Carlson

'Prehistoric Universal System of Knowledge' w Astronomic Randall Carlson 2008

The Big Secret of What Happened After The Great Flood of 10500 BC Finally Revealed

Younger Dryas Impact THEORY - Tectonic Activity Analysis

Pangaea Republic Comments on Catastrophism

Graham Hancock Ancient Civilizations are being worked out finally (SHOCKING)

Carolina Bay Formation Part 9: Evidence -- Cultural Observance Records

Egyptology and the Electric Universe (imo most underrated video on YT)

Impossible Engineering: The Valley Temple of Khafre | Ancient Architects

As Old As The Sphinx: The Mysterious Giza Tomb of Khentkawes | Ancient Architects

Proof of an Ancient Origin: The Foundations of the Pyramids of Egypt | Ancient Architects

Tunnels and Chamber Discovered Beneath Mexican Pyramid of the Moon | Ancient Architects

Discovery: Is This How The Pyramid Builders Moved Stone? | Ancient Architects

Ev Cochrane: Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion | EU2017
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 10, 2018, 12:39:40 pm


Scientists create new oil-resistant filter technology

New fast-charge system makes e-buses a more appealing solution than ever

Hoverbike S3 2019 sparks eVTOL interest, preorders open

Batteryless smart devices closer to reality

Visual rendering of shapes on 2-D display devices guided by hand gestures

See-through film rejects 70 percent of incoming solar heat

Harvesting renewable energy from the sun and outer space at the same time

Extending the life of low-cost, compact, lightweight batteries

A faster, cheaper path to fusion energy [probable boondoggle]

New efficiency record set for perovskite LEDs


Cow supernova reveals "central engine"

No astronomer has ever seen a blackhole - here are the images of what our telescopes actually capture

Three asteroids to pass Earth within hours of each other Today

Astronaut captures image of orange light enveloping Earth during rare airglow

"Space weather": Magnetized winds created in laboratory for first time

Evidence of outburst flooding indicates plentiful water on early Mars

How life could help atmospheric tides slow a planet's rotation

Astronomers discover new luminous high-redshift quasar

Ultra-hot gas around remnants of sun-like stars

Cosmic collisions: SOFIA unravels the mysterious formation of star clusters
[Charles Chandler has a detailed electrical explanation at ]

Aluminium oxide found in an ultra-hot Jupiter-sized planet

Aging a flock of stars in the Wild Duck Cluster

Freezing Desert: Mars scenes of devastation (Thunderbolts)

The Lie-Go Continues: We go another level down the rabbit hole

1 in 4 Statisticians Were Asked to Commit Scientific Fraud (

In materials hit with light, individual atoms and vibrations take disorderly paths

New giant dinosaur species discovered in Argentina

Orphan genes, and the problem they pose for evolution

Huge numbers of deformities found in ancient human remains

Did ancient people really die young?

Scientists resurrect ancient enzymes

The struggle to visualize climate when most people impose flat Earth conceptions into a three-dimensional atmosphere

Professor Valentina Zharkova explains and confirms why a "Super" Grand Solar Minimum is upon us

Oldest rock art possibly discovered in Borneo cave

Precious enough for King Tut's tomb: How a meteor crash formed stunning 'Libyan Desert Glass'

Czech Mate - Confirmation of the Younger Dryas impact event

New discovery throws light on mystery of pyramids’ construction

Mysterious three-mile wide ‘star map dating back 150,0000 YEARS’ found in Hawaii

Randall Carlson Finds New Evidence of Catastrophic Global Floods!

FADE to BLACK w/ Randall Carlson: history of North America before Columbus

The Great Pyramid of Egypt Rain Machine | Ancient Architects

A Secret Entrance Into The Great Pyramid of Egypt? | Ancient Architects

Wal Thornhill: Velikovsky’s Astrophysics | EU2017
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 17, 2018, 02:26:04 am


Brick by brick, a solution seeking to topple energy storage roadblock

New records in perovskite-silicon tandem solar cells through improved light management

Purple bacteria 'batteries' turn sewage into clean energy

Scientists improve smart phone battery life by up to 60 percent

'Robocop' on patrol at Singapore summit

Simple, scalable wireless system uses the RFID tags on billions of products to sense contamination

What's next for smart homes: An 'Internet of Ears?'

Next-gen batteries possible with new engineering approach

South Africa makes world's first human urine brick

A deep learning approach to identify Twitter users' location during emergencies

'Most accurate' lie detector ever looks at your nose for hot clues

Russia unveils reusable nuclear rocket engine for Mars mission


Researchers conduct comprehensive study of the merging galaxy cluster MACS J0417.5-1154

The Milky Way as You’ve Never Seen It Before [Star Gliese 710 coming close in a million years or so]

Gaia spots a 'ghost' galaxy next door

Galaxies like Russian dolls

Giant flare detected on a pre-main sequence M star

The dance of the small galaxies that surround the Milky Way

Astronomers detect once-in-a-lifetime gamma rays

Gravitational waves from a merged hyper-massive neutron star

Trans-galactic streamers feeding most luminous galaxy in the universe

Abell 1033: To boldly go into colliding galaxy clusters

New discovery shows glass made from exploding stars

Mars: The Entire Planet is a Smoking Gun

Confirmed: Comet Dust Tail is Electrically Charged

Washboard and fluted terrains on Pluto as evidence for ancient glaciation

NASA Learns More About Interstellar Visitor 'Oumuamua

New Comet C/2018 V1

Overflowing crater lakes carved canyons across Mars

What Were the Real Reasons Why We Stopped Going to the Moon?

A powerful solar storm likely detonated dozens of US sea mines during the Vietnam War

Researchers have succeeded in creating a Bose-Einstein condensate in space

Physicists herd electrons into a quantum fractal

UN says Earth's ozone layer is healing

NASA scientist: Lack of sunspots to bring record cold

Earth to be battered by 'dark matter hurricane' for next million years

Scientists discover new type of volcanic ash

Seismic study reveals huge amount of water is dragged into Earth's interior

Auroras unlock the physics of energetic processes in space

Structure of fossil-fuel source rocks is finally decoded

Scientists provide first-ever views of elusive energy explosion (magnetic reconnection)

Giant impact crater found under Greenland ice, possibly 12,000 years old

40,000-year-old cave art in Borneo may be world’s oldest animal drawing

Greenland impact crater could help explain disappearance of woolly mammoths, early humans

Dwardu Cardona: Earth’s Primordial Stellar Host | EU2014

Mystifying Polygonal Masonry Found In Finland?

New Forbidden History Documentary 2018 Astounding Ancient Archaeology Discoveries

Cat & Scarab Mummies, Lion Statues and Sealed Tomb Found in Egypt | Ancient Architects

Younger Dryas Impact Crater Discovered in Greenland? | Ancient Architects

NEW CLAIM: Atlantis Discovered in Southern Spain | Ancient Architects

Randall Carlson Finds New Evidence of Catastrophic Global Floods!

FADE to BLACK Jimmy Church w/ Randall Carlson

Randall Carlson: The Future of Mankind

Randall Carlson's Meteorite Found In Greenland?

Horus Papyrus - Younger Dryas Comparative Mythology

Sumerian Stone - Younger Dryas Symbology

Proof a Solar Flare Ended Younger Dryas - Dead Sea - Lake Van Level Analysis
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on November 24, 2018, 09:05:15 pm


Solar-powered Odysseus autonomous aircraft

Explaining the plummeting cost of solar power

Engineers fly first-ever plane with no moving parts powered by an "ionic wind"

Artificial intelligence improves highway safety in Las Vegas

Military expert breaks down technology behind latest Chinese aircraft

NATO mapping software now supplied to Chinese military

X-ray imaging reveals the secrets inside the WW2 Enigma encryption machine

Scientists accidentally stumble onto technique for melting gold at room temperature


Millimetre waves for the last mile up to the internet

Researchers defy 19th Century law of Physics in 21st century boost for energy efficiency

Radical approach for brighter LEDs


Milky Way star on the brink of massive gamma-ray supernova explosion

Astronomers note another flickering and dimming star in the Milky Way

Rapid 'turn-on' of a nuclear transient observed by astronomers

Astronomers discover giant relic of disrupted Tadpole galaxy

Canyons flowing from Mars' craters likely caused by catastrophic flood events

Space storms could cause MASS blackouts

NASA InSight team on course for Mars touchdown November 26

Encouraging prospects for moon hunters

Mars moon got its grooves from rolling stones, study suggests

Study reveals one of universe's secret ingredients for life
Charles Chandler has much better explanations at

New method pinpoints previously unnoticed pulsar emission

Scientists discovered an energetic “cosmic serpent” in our galaxy

Big test coming up for tiny satellites trailing Mars lander

Shaping the surface of Mars with water, wind and ice

Explaining a fastball's unexpected twist

Swarmlike collective behavior in bicycling

Current climate models underestimate warming by black carbon aerosol

Scientists plan to fight global warming by dimming the sun

Lab-grown human kidneys surprisingly yield rogue brain and muscle cells

New research concludes cells do have memory

An End to Upside Down Thinking on Consciousness - ThunderboltsProject

Scientific Evidence of PSI and Survival of Consciousness - ThunderboltsProject

New book 'Darwin Devolves' topples the foundational claims of evolutionary theory

New dates for ancient stone tools in China 170,000 to 80,000 years ago point to local invention of complex technology

An exploding meteor may have wiped out ancient Dead Sea communities

No – Atlantis Has Not Been Discovered in North Africa

800 "Giants Graves" Found On Island Of Sardinia? History Mystery

The Hidden History Of The Human Race [Coverup of Ancient Solar Cataclysms in favor of Climate Change Agenda] History Mystery

Leak Project Interview- Greenland Impact - Velikovsky - Younger Dryas - Comet Enki - Mass Extinction

Lost Knowledge of The Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects

DISCOVERY: The Meteor Blast That Destroyed the Biblical Sodom | Ancient Architects
My Comment: What dating methods are used to determine the date of the Sodom blast at 3,700 BP and the city's existence since 2,500 years earlier at about 6,200 BP and the Greenland meteor strike at about 12,000 BP? I think Charles Ginenthal explained years ago that the present Greenland ice sheet must be only 5,000 or so years old, because the hypsithermal period when temperatures were several degrees Celsius warmer than now for hundreds or thousands of years would surely have melted most or all of whatever ice sheet may have existed before that period. So the ice sheet cannot be used to accurately date anything older than about 5,000 years. Right?
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 01, 2018, 11:50:01 am


Harnessing body heat to power electronic devices

Coordinated development could help wind farms be better neighbors

Researchers achieve highest certified efficiency of organic solar cells to date

Wind turbine swap in Denmark turns focus on superconductors

Computer graphics researchers make drone navigation easier

A new way to provide cooling without power

To replicate physical objects for virtual reality, just turn on your smartphone

MI6 architect showcases hidden technology that 'combat terrorists and moped raiders'

How US might try to counter invincible Russian & Chinese hypersonic missiles

Brilliant iron molecule could provide cheaper solar energy

Physicists demonstrate a new device for manipulating and moving tiny objects with light

Magnetic materials for motors of the future

Revolutionary insulator-like material also conducts electricity


Newly discovered supernova complicates origin story theories

Astronomers investigate unusually bright single pulses from a millisecond pulsar

The Cygnus Loop

Enormous dwarf satellite galaxy of Milky Way discovered

New ultra-luminous X-ray pulsar discovered

Hubble uncovers thousands of globular star clusters scattered among galaxies

Black hole 'donuts' are actually 'fountains'

Study witnesses first moments of star dying in finest detail

NASA's InSight spacecraft lands on Mars, takes selfie after dangerous supersonic landing

Space weather and the very real risks the Sun poses to Earth

A new way to create Saturn's radiation belts

Huge unexplored cave discovered in British Columbia, Canada

Massive sinkhole in forest leads to discovery of "world class" cave complex in China

Climate Etc: Is RCP8.5 an impossible scenario?

Mutant superbugs jeopardize future space station expeditions, and maybe life on Earth

NASA head says US is within 10 years of on-going manned presence on the moon

Cameras installed across Alberta, Canada to find meteorites

High-speed camera shows incoming particles cause damage by briefly melting surfaces as they strike

Scientist jailed after discovering deadly viruses are delivered through vaccines

The insect apocalypse is here

Males can also pass on mitochondrial DNA says new study

Human Genome Project reference is based on a single person and missing millions of DNA base pairs

Story of human origins continues to be rewritten in East Asia [I think their datings are wrong, because the Great Flood likely deposited nearly all of the sedimentary rock strata]

Siberian 'unicorn' lived at time of modern humans, wiped out by climate change [due to cataclysms actually]

Early human ancestors not to blame for extinctions of giant African mammals [Cataclysms to blame]

Prehistoric cave art suggests ancient use of complex astronomy

Impossible Neolithic Alignment Found In UK?

Does Italy Have Pre-Diluvian Origins? - Mystery History

Part 2: Lost Knowledge of The Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects

Conspiracy: Silencing the Discovery of Egypt’s Lost Labyrinth | Ancient Architects

The Great Meltdown and Cosmic Firestorms -Cosmography101-4.1 w/ Randall Carlson (2006)

Greenland Crater Discovery & 10 Impact Sites
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 08, 2018, 09:36:23 pm


Toyota's humanoid robot remotely controlled from 6 km

Team converts wet biological waste to diesel-compatible fuel

Plant cyborg able to move itself to a preferred light source

Drones collaboratively explore scenarios with limited communications

ToM-based human intention estimation algorithm for robotized warehouses

'Sun in a box' would store renewable energy for the grid

New battery concept based on fluoride ions may increase battery lifespans

Team creates 3-D-printed glucose biosensors

Researchers develop 'soft' valves to make entirely soft robots

Researchers devise 3-D printer that can make energetic materials safer, more environmentally friendly

Russia completes trials of new 'Penicillin' anti-artillery system - can pinpoint mortar origin coordinates in seconds without radar

Microscopic 'sunflowers' for better solar panels

Brief reflections from a plasma mirror

Scientists enter unexplored territory in superconductivity search

Two-dimensional materials skip the energy barrier by growing one row at a time

The force of the vacuum


Observations of young stars are overturning theories of planet formation

How do stellar binaries form?

Astronomers detect low-mass brown dwarf around A-type main-sequence star

New discovery complicates efforts to measure universe's [theoretical] expansion

Unusual ultraluminous X-ray source discovered in the galaxy Messier 86

Unknown treasure trove of planets found hiding in dust

Scientists detect biggest known black-hole [actually ring star] collision

Curiosity rover discovers another shiny Mars object

Best chance of defending Earth from 'city killer' asteroids

First ever attempt to create image of sun's north pole

NASA's Osiris-Rex arrives at asteroid Bennu after a two-year journey

China launches historic lunar exploration mission

The water in Saturn's rings and satellites is like that on Earth except for moon Phoebe, which is out of this world

A radio search for artificial emissions from 'Oumuamua

InSight lander 'hears' Martian winds

Earthquake and aftershock in B.C., Canada, "very likely" caused by fracking

New model suggests volcanoes fed by 'mush' reservoirs not molten magma chambers

An exoplanet loses its atmosphere in the form of a tail

Prehistoric Arctic burial pit containing 13 species of animals baffles scientists

Elephant-sized mammal dating back to dinosaur era throws theory of evolution into disarray

Professor at NASA admits some UFO sightings can't be "explained or denied"

Video simulations show what would happen if asteroids crashed into Earth's oceans

Cave Art Re-examination Reveals Ancient Europeans Masters of Geometry

One of Scotland’s first migrants

The Paleolithic Astronomers –Documented Devastating Comet Strike That Triggered Mini Ice-Age

Bazda Cave Links 18 Advanced Ruins World-Wide? Mystery History

Gigantic Megalithic Ruins Found In Bosnia? Mystery History

Freak Firestorms & Fall of Phaeton / Hyukutake to Hendaye -Cosmography101-4.3 w/ Randall Carlson '06

Is this the Second Sphinx of Giza in Egypt? | Ancient Architects

Connecting the Ancient Monuments of the World | Ancient Architects

The Great Meltdown and Cosmic Firestorms -Cosmography101-4.1 w/ Randall Carlson (2006)

Firestorms from the Sky: Mythical & Historical Accounts -Cosmography101-4.2 w/Randall Carlson (2006) [Some impacts came from direction of constellation Draco]
Younger Dryas Comet Angle of Impact | Antonio Zamora
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 15, 2018, 07:49:48 pm


UNH Team 'Photosynthesizes' Liquid Solar Fuel From Carbon Emissions

Sun-soaking device turns water into superheated steam

Method to illuminate features of biological tissues in low-exposure images

Researchers create first sensor package that can ride aboard bees

New foldable drone flies through narrow holes in rescue missions

Low-cost catalyst boosts hydrogen production from water

An energy-efficient way to stay warm: Sew high-tech heating patches to your clothes

Pushing lithium ion batteries to the next performance level

Flea-sized solar panels embedded in clothes can charge a mobile phone

Building a self-sustainable robot from e-scrap using renewable energy

A new technique for synthesizing motion-blurred images

How wireless recharging works – and doesn't, yet

Russia to track future US missiles with upgraded over-the-horizon radar

New method gives microscope a boost in resolution

Data use draining your battery? Tiny device to speed up memory while also saving power


'White holes' - where the future of black holes may lie

Cataclysmic variable ES Ceti has an accretion disk, study suggests

Team finds evidence for carbon-rich surface on Ceres

Periodic radio signal detected from the blazar J1043+2408

Astronomers confirm extended atmosphere on accretion disk of X-ray binary

Photos from Japan space rovers show rocky asteroid surface

Hubble finds far-away planet vanishing at record speed

A young star caught forming like a planet

'Faking lunar landing more complex & expensive than actually doing it': Russian scientist weighs in on US moon landing debate

NASA's OSIRIS-REx has found signs of water on asteroid Bennu

Earth's magnetic field may be headed for a cataclysm says latest French study

Supernovae may have killed off large animals at dawn of Pleistocene

We still don't know why the reign of the dinosaurs ended

Fireball that exploded over Greenland shook Earth, triggering seismic sensors

Data from Kilauea suggests the eruption was unprecedented

Life in Deep Earth holds 15-23B tons of carbon - hundreds of times more than humans

First ever sun-dimming experiment will mimic volcanic eruption in attempt to reverse 'global warming'

China's Golem babies, the agenda behind it and its implications

Getting scary - AI generated people [images]

Answering the mystery of what atoms do when liquids and gases meet

Stonehenge Scandal: Damage at Blick Mead | Ancient Architects

Mesopotamian Origins of Ancient Egypt | Ancient Architects

Freak Firestorms & Fall of Phaeton / Hyakutake to Hendaye -Cosmography101-4.3 w/ Randall Carlson '06

Holocene Impacts & Burckle Crater Initial Reporting –Cosmography101-5.1 w/ Randall Carlson (Nov ‘06)

Chevrons, Cometary Parade & Cosmic Close Calls –Cosmography101-5.2 w/ Randall Carlson ‘06

The 12,000 Year old Comet that Landed on TEDTalks…and Erased Ancient Civilization - Greenland Crater
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 21, 2018, 11:56:40 pm

Mystery History videos - Part 1
A: ancient writing & maps; C: creatures & plants; H: human; M: mysterious items

a. Ancient Alien Star Map Found In Scotland?
a. "Alien Data" Found On 250 Million Year Old Micro-Chip?
a. "Antikythera Mechanism" Secret Inscription Found!
a. "Laser Cut Free Energy Symbol" Found In Giza?
a. "Starkey" To Ancient Star-Gate Found In Sri Lanka?
a. "Stela" Explaining Sphinx & Pyramids Found In Giza?
a. "The Impossible Mughal Spheres" ~ Ancient Alien Maps?
a. 10,000 Yr Old Star-Chart Found In Japan?
a. 4000 Year-Old "CD-ROM" Found In Ancient Palace?
a. A Complete Treasure Map Of Earth Made In Space?
a. Ancient Alien "Study Of Earth" Found In North Carolina?
a. Mysterious "Monolithic Map" Found In Peru?
a. Solid Gold Star Map Found In Peru?
a. Something Is Sending Earth 13,000 Year Old Star-Maps?
a. The Dashka Stone ~ 100 Million Year Old Map Of Earth?
a. The Inga Stone ~ A Message Left By Ancient Aliens?
a. The Real "Book Of Giants" Found In Qumran?
a. The Truth About Crop Circles
a. Was This Giant Book Written By The Devil?
c. Alien Egg Sacks Found In Australia?
c. "Alien Life-Form" Discovered Within Sri Lankan Meteorite?
c. Did N.O.A.A Confirm The Existence Of Sea Monsters?
c. Gigantic Ancient Trees Found In Dakota?
c. Living Toads Found Entombed In Stone?
c. Scientists To Clone Prehistoric Giant Cave Lion?
c. Secret Nazi Photo Reveals Megalodon?
c. The Mystery Of The Loch Ness Monster
c. The Mystery Of The Stolen Pangboche Yeti
c. University Lecturer Finds Population Of Fairies?
h. 3000 Six Fingered Giants Found In Channel Islands?
h. 7 Metre "Giant Skeleton" On Display In Switzerland?
h. Altamura Man ~ The Growing Ancient Skeleton?
h. Ancient Alien "Gilgamesh" Found Buried In Iraq?
h. Ancient Giants "The Cloud People" Found In Peru?
h. Ancient Giants Found Buried In Alaska?
h. Ancient Race Of "Tiny People" Discovered In Wyoming?
h. Biblical Giant "Og" Found In Golan Heights?
h. Bullet Holes Found In 150,000 Year Old Skulls?
h. Evidence Of Our Advanced Ancient Past
h. Exposing Mans Hidden Past ~ A Mystery History Special
h. Giant Footprints Found At Ancient Temple?
h. Giant's Finger Found In Egyptian Tomb?
h. Mysterious Ancient "People" Found In The Arctic
h. Mysterious Dead Sea Scroll Skeletons Found
h. Nazi Briefcase & 2 Alien Skulls Found In Russia?
h. Stone Axes Used By Giants Found In Africa?
h. Stone Fossil Of Human Found In Mine
h. The "Moon Eyed" Giants Of Ancient America
h. The Hidden History Of The Human Race
h. The Hidden Truth Of The Elongated Skull
h. The Red Headed Giants Found In South America
h. Were The Pharaohs Ancient Aliens?
m. "2-Million-Year-Old Doll" Dismissed By Academia?
m. 15 Million Year Old Shoe Print Found On Lump Of Coal
m. 2000 Year Old Telephone Found In Chimu
m. 300 Million Year Old "Chariot Wheel" Found Deep In Mine?
m. 300 Million Year Old Bell Found In Coal?
m. 300 Million Year Old Iron Pot Found In Coal
m. 300 Million Yr Old "Cannon Balls" Found All Over Earth?
m. 300,000 Year Old "Nano-Technology" Found In Russia?
m. 40,000 Year Old Bracelet Made With Futuristic Drill?
m. 400 Million Year Old Hammer Found In Texas
m. 500 Million Year Old Zinc Vase Dynamited Out Of Rock Face
m. 7,500 Year Old Toy Tractor Found In Turkey?
m. Ancient Alien Figurines Found In Iraq?
m. Ancient Alien Spaceship Found In Oklahoma?
m. Ancient Alien Tech Hidden Under Chinese Pyramids?
m. Alien Alloy Found In Russian Coal?
m. Ancient Altars To "The Watchers" Found On Mt. Hermon?
m. Alien Machines Buried In Antarctica?
m. Alien Machines Hidden Under Pyramids Says Top Official!
m. "Alien Relic" Spotted In Cairo Museum?
m. Alien Tomb In The Great Pyramid?
m. Alloy From Atlantis Found On Ancient Shipwreck?
m. Ancient Crystal Weapons Found In Spain?
m. Ancient Cup Made With "Nano-Technology?"
m. Ancient "Earthquake Machine" Found In China
m. Ancient Egypt's Unexplained Anomalies Exposed
m. Ancient "Engineering Marvel" Found In Ohio?
m. Ancient High-Technology ~ How Old Are We?
m. Ancient "High-Technology" Found In India?
m. Ancient Lava Proves Cuicuilco's Real Age?
m. Ancient Lens Filled With "Gasses" Found In Nineveh?
m. Ancient "Levitation Device" Found In Egypt?
m. Ancient "Multi-Dimensional Paint" Found In China?
m. "Ancient Rocket" Found Beneath Pakal's Tomb?
m. Ancient Spaceship Fragments Found In Oklahoma?
m. Ancient "Star-Gate" Discovered In Tonga?
m. Ancient "Stone-Boring Technology" Found?
m. Ancient "Stone-Cutting Machine" Links India & China?
m. Ancient Sword That Came From The Future?
m. Ancient Tool Marks Another Academic Contradiction?
m. Ancient UFO Hidden Inside The Great Pyramid?
m. Ancient Vimana Launchpad Found In Bolivia?
m. Another Ancient "Lady of Elche" Found In Utah?
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 21, 2018, 11:57:38 pm

Mystery History videos - Part 2
M: mysterious items

m. "Anti-Gravity Device" Found On Easter Island?
m. Ark Of The Covenant In Giza?
m. Artifact "Made In Zero G" Falls From UFO?
m. Biggest Nazca Lines Ever Appear In Australia?
m. "Booby-Trapped Chamber" At 8th Wonder Of The World?
m. "Boss-Mark" Found Within The Great Pyramid?
m. Canadian Meteorite Encrusted in Hieroglyphs?
m. "Chrome Sphere" Found In 17,000 Year-Old Artifact?
m. Clay "Ancient Aliens" Found In Mexico?
m. Easter Islands Super-Natural Anomalies
m. "Electrical Material" Found In The Pyramids?
m. Energy Beams Starting Up In Pyramids?
m. Enormous Ancient "OOPArt" Found In Java?
m. "Ever Burning Lamps" Found In Ancient Tomb?
m. Farmer Makes Amazing Discovery Under His Field
m. "Floating Crane" Found Beneath The Great Pyramid?
m. "Flying Ship" Found Under The Great Pyramid?
m. Hand-Prints Melted Into Solid Stone In Wyoming?
m. "High-Tech Ancient Queen" Found In Spain?
m. Horde Of Alien Artefacts Found In Alexander The Greats Tomb?
m. How Did Khufu's Sarcophagus Get In The Pyramid?
m. Hundreds of Ancient "Giant Jars" Found In Laos?
m. Impossible "Alien Crystal" Found In Meteorite?
m. Impossible Ancient "Star-Holes" Found In Volda?
m. Impossible Neolithic Alignment Found In UK?
m. Incredible "Sun Dagger" Found In New Mexico
m. Microscopic Gold Jewelry Found At Stonehenge?
m. "Model Aircraft" Found In Egyptian Tomb?
m. MSM Covering Up The Great Pyramids Energy Field?
m. Multi-Dimensional Portals Found All Over Earth?
m. Mysterious Black Boxes Found In Egypt
m. Mysterious Ringing "Moon-Rocks" Found In America
m. Mysterious Staircase Found In Giza Plateau?
m. "Nilometers" The Ancient Jewels Of The Nile
m. OOPArts Of Para-Gliders & Submarines Found In Samos?
m. Operation Scan Pyramids Exposes Secret Chambers?
m. "Patara Pipes" Ancient High-Technology Hidden In Turkey?
m. Petrospheres ~ Ancient Advanced OOPArts?
m. Pool Of "Liquid Mercury" Beneath Teotihuacan?
m. "Power-Tools" In Ancient Egypt?
m. Prehistoric "Electrical Transformer" Found In Kosovo?
m. "Roswell Rock" A Message From Space?
m. Secret Chamber Behind Sphinx's Ear?
m. "StarGate" Found Under The Great Pyramid?
m. Statue "Older Than The Pyramids" Found In Giza?
m. Stone Made Of "Pure Oxygen" Found In Africa?
m. Terracotta Army Depicts Lost Civilisation?
m. The Ancient Iron Pillar That Never Rusts
m. The Berlin Hat ~ A "Pre Ice-Age" Golden Relic?
m. The London Stone ~ Relic From A Lost City?
m. The Nanjing Belt ~ An Ancient Aluminium "OoPArt"?
m. The Nebra Sky Disc ~ "Pre-Flood" High Technology?
m. The Oldest Message In A Bottle Ever Found?
m. "The Quimbaya Artefacts" ~ Ancient Fighter Jets?
m. The Secret Missions Into The Great Pyramids
m. The Smithsonian's Authentic Crystal Skull
m. Tutankhamen's Dagger Is Made From "Alien Gold"?
m. Waffle Rock ~ Fragment Of Ancient Alien Spaceship?
m. "Unbreakable Alien Ring" Found In Geode? (Among Others)
m. Was The Betz Sphere Stolen By NASA?
m. Were Magnetic Star Cups Found In Ecuador Used By Aliens?
m. What Balanced The Brimham Rocks?
m. Who Carved The Lamassu?
m. "Worn-In" Tiny Shoe Found In Ireland?
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 21, 2018, 11:59:30 pm

Mystery History videos - Part 3
O: outer space; R: ruins

o. 50 Year Old Dead Satellite LES1 Audio Recording Of Transmission
o. Alien Creatures Photographed On Venus?
o. "Alien Satellite" Captured By Orbiting Asteroid?
o. Alien Tomb & Pyramid Complex Located On Mars?
o. Aliens Throwing Rocks At The Mars Rover?
o. Ancient Tomb Located On Mars?
o. Cigar Shaped "Asteroid" Possible Alien Craft Says SETI
o. Crashed UFO Photographed By Mars Rover?
o. Did Something Nearly Crack Mars In Two?
o. Hubble Takes Picture Of Pyramid On The Moon?
o. Lost In Space for 50 Years Dead Satellite Starts Sending Messages
o. Pyramids Found On Mars?
o. Skull Found On Mars?
o. What Keeps Cleaning The Mars Rovers?
r. 1.7 Million Year Old Bridge Found In India?
r. 1.8 Million Year Old "Nuclear Reactor" Found In Africa?
r. 110,000 Yr Old Underground City Found In Turkey?
r. 12000 Yr Old Mountain Sized Statue Found In Africa?
r. 200,000 Year Old "Tile Floor" Found In Oklahoma?
r. 200,000 Year Old City Found In S.Africa?
r. 25,000Yr Old Mountain Sized Pyramids In Indonesia?
r. 3 Ancient Pyramids Found In Antarctica?
r. 800 "Giants Graves" Found On Island Of Sardinia?
r. A Great Sphinx Discovered In Pakistan?
r. Alien Tomb Found In Tayos Caves?
r. "Ancient Alien Shrine" On Remote Polynesian Island?
r. Ancient "Football Stadium" Found At Chichen Itza?
r. Ancient "UFO-Landing-Site" Found In Chile?
r. Ancient Advanced Lost City Found Hidden In The Amazon?
r. "Ancient City" Found Atop Huge Rock In Sri Lanka?
r. Ancient City Full Of Gold Found In Central America?
r. Ancient Egyptian City Found In The Grand Canyon?
r. Ancient Flesh-Eating Tombs Found In Turkey?
r. Ancient Tank Tracks Found In Turkey?
r. Ancient Tomb Found By Road Workers In China?
r. Ancient Underground City Found In Russia?
r. Beth She'arim Slab ~ Gigantic OOPArt Found In Jerusalem?
r. Biggest Pyramid On Earth Found Hidden In Mexico?
r. Boy Finds Lost Mayan Pyramids In Jungle
r. Did The Nazis Find An Ancient Alien Civilisation?
r. Easter Island ~ Land of the Lost
r. Egyptian Tomb Damaged By Ancient Sea Floods?
r. Enormous Lost City Found In Guatemala?
r. Giant Caucasian Head & Magnetic Statues Found In Guatemala?
r. "Golden Library" Found In Caves Built By Giants?
r. Hundreds Of Ancient Pyramids Found In Peru?
r. Largest Pyramid In Europe Found In The UK?
r. Lost Civilisation Of Atlantis Found?
r. "Meduim" The Pyramid That Exploded?
r. Melted Stonework In Peru ~ Proof Of Ancient War?
r. Nazca Mystery Solved From Space?
r. Oldest Pyramid In The World Found Hidden In Java?
r. Oldest Pyramid On Earth Contains Alien Tomb?
r. Oldest Pyramid On Earth Found In North Dakota?
r. "Post-Cataclysmic Homes" Found In Russia?
r. "Prehistoric Alien Mines" Found On Lake Superior?
r. Pre-Ice-Age Labyrinth Found Beneath Edinburgh?
r. Proof Of Ancient Ruins In Antarctica?
r. Pyramid Found Hidden In Australia?
r. Pyramid Found On Easter Island?
r. Pyramids In Australia Boomerangs In Egypt?
r. Pyramids In Australia?
r. Sacred Tibetan Mountain Is Huge Ancient Pyramid?
r. The Ancient Alien Tomb Cover-Up
r. The Mystery Of The Bennington Triangle, Vermont, USA
r. Tomb Of 800,000 Year Old Queen Found In Egypt?
r. Was Ancient Egypt Nuked? Melted Steps Found In Temple!
r. Who Could Have Built The Mustang Sky Caves?

Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 22, 2018, 12:04:04 am

Mystery History videos - Part 4
S: structures

s. 1000 Mile Long "Stone-age" Tunnel Beneath Europe?
s. 330,000 Year Old Man-Made Wall Found In New Zealand?
s. Advanced Ancient Ruins Found At Qoricancha?
s. "Advanced Impossible Ruins" Found In Ethiopia?
s. Advanced Buildings Of A Lost Civilisation?
s. Advanced Civilization Buried On Easter Island?
s. "Advanced Ruins" Hidden Beneath Tokyo's Imperial Palace?
s. Advanced Unexplained Ruins Found At Delphi?
s. Alien "Rock Ship" Found In Japan?
s. Amazing Ancient Castle Found In The Clouds?
s. AMAZING VIDEO: Man Lifts 20 Ton Block By Hand
s. Ancient "Clamping Technology" Found All Over Earth?
s. Ancient "Floating City" Found In Siberia?
s. Ancient "Floating Coral City" Found Off Pohnpei Island?
s. Ancient "Laser Cut" Caves Found In India?
s. Ancient "Laser-Cut" Temple Found In India?
s. Ancient "Sun-Gate" Found In Egypt?
s. Ancient "Unexplainable Temple" Found In Turkey?
s. Ancient Alien "Nanna's" Temple Found In Iraq?
s. Ancient Megalith "Cut With Laser" Found In Tamya?
s. Ancient Portal Found Deep In The Andes?
s. Ancient Pyramids Found In Tenerife?
s. Ancient Ruins Found On Enormous Plateau?
s. Ancient Stone Forts "Turned To Glass" Found In Scotland?
s. Astonishing Polygonal Masonry At "Gateway To Underworld?"
s. Baalbek's Aswan Columns Linked To The Pyramids?
s. Baffling Ancient Quarry Found In Italy?
s. Bazda Cave Links 18 Advanced Ruins World-Wide?
s. Biggest Ever Megaliths Found In Siberia?
s. Borobudur ~ The Most Enigmatic Ruin On Earth?
s. Bosnia Update ~ A New Pyramid Has Been Found?
s. Cyclopea ~ The Wall Built By Giants?
s. "Cyclopean Ruins" Found All Over Earth Built By Giants?
s. Does Italy Have Pre-Diluvian Origins?
s. "Enigmalith" The 100,000 Year Old Alien Plug?
s. Enormous Machine-Cut Stones At PumaPunku?
s. Ġgantija ~Temple Built By Giants Found In Gozo?
s. Gigantic "Advanced Ruin" Hidden In Italy?
s. Gigantic Hidden Megaliths Found In Orkney?
s. Gigantic Megalithic Ruins Found In Bosnia?
s. Gigantic Polygonal Masonry Found At Osaka Castle?
s. Giza's Basalt Floor ~ Proof Of High-Technology?
s. Gornaya Shoria ~ The Largest "Man-Moved" Stones On Earth?
s. Harihar Fort ~ Proof Of Two Lost Civilizations?
s. Have Humans Outlived Their Oldest Ruins?
s. High-Tech Machines Build Ancient Caves Found In China?
s. Highly Advanced Ancient Stonework Found At Wari?
s. Highly Advanced Lost Civilization Found In Turkey?
s. "Impossible Ancient Ruins" Found In Sri Lanka?
s. "Impossible Ancient Stonework" At The Fortress Of Hayk?
s. Impossible Feats Of Stone-Age Man
s. Impossibly Advanced Ancient Engineering In Ireland?
s. Iran's Most Astonishing Antediluvian Ruins (Part 2)
s. Is The Great Sphinx 500,000 Years Old?
s. Is The Sphinxes True Identity Covered-Up?
s. Knights Templar's Secret Temple Found In Rabbit Hole!
s. Largest Ancient Ruin In The World Found In Peru?
s. Largest Stones In Giza Found Hidden In Plain Sight?
s. Lost Ancient Super Civilization Found In Japan?
s. "Lost Pyramid City" Found In Japan?
s. Lost Pyramid City Of The Giants Found In Peru?
s. Mystifying Polygonal Masonry Found In Finland?
s. Naveta d'Es Tudons ~ Built By Giants Found In Menorca?
s. Nimrods Fortress ~ A Pre-Diluvian Relic?
s. Oiniadai ~ Pre-Diluvian Ruin Found In Greece?
s. Ori Castle ~ Oldest Polygonal Masonry On Earth?
s. Polygonal Masonry Proves Academic Fallacy?
s. "Pre-Flood Mausoleum" Found Hidden In Turkey?
s. "Ruad Wall" Pre-Flood Ruin Found?
s. Sacsayhuaman ~ The Most Incredible Ancient Ruin On Earth?
s. Sound Frequency Moved The Megaliths?
s. Templar Church Found In Ethiopia? Carved Into The Ground!
s. The Astonishing "Mada'in Saleh" Rock-Cut Tombs
s. The Astonishing Eğil Castles ~ Impossible Ancient Ruins?
s. The Dwarfie Stane ~ Built By Ancient Dwarfs?
s. The Enormous Megaliths Of Yangshan
s. The Great Sphinx Water Erosion Controversy
s. The Impossibly Huge Ancient Monolith of Tlaloc
s. The Kurgan ~ Built By A Prediluvian Civilisation?
s. The Lost City Of Angkor ~ Ancient Advanced Relic
s. The Mind Boggling Kailash Temple "A Gift To Earth?"
s. The Persepolis Plateau Iran's Antediluvian Jewel's (Part 1)
s. Toppled Obelisk Of Axum ~ Impossible Engineering?
s. Was Ancient India Built By A Lost Civilization?
s. Was Pompeii Built By A Lost Civilisation?
s. Were Malta's Temples Built By Aliens?
s. Who Built Baalbek?
s. Who Built Machu Picchu's Temple Of 3 Windows?
s. Who Built Ollantaytambo?
s. Who Built The Ancient Temples Of Myra?
s. Who Built The Enormous Treasury of Atreus?
s. Who Built The Pnyx Wall?
s. Who Could Have Built Sacsayhuaman?
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 22, 2018, 12:05:24 am

Mystery History videos - Part 5
T: treasure; U: UFO; W: underwater; X: suppression

t. Hoen Hoard ~ The Largest Viking Treasure Ever Found
t. Oak Island - A Treasure Map Found
t. Oak Island ~ Draining The Swamp
t. Oak Island ~ Fans Q&A With Rick & Marty Lagina | Feb 2017
t. Oak Island ~ Has Treasure Secretly Been Found?
t. Oak Island ~ Mystery Solved? Viking Gold
t. Oak Island ~ Secret Treasure
t. Oak Island ~ Something Big Has Just Been Found
t. Oak Island ~ The Coconut Connection
t. Oak Island ~ The Final Chapter
t. Oak Island ~ The Templar Tablets
t. Oak Island ~ The Untold Truth
t. Oak Island ~ Treasure Beyond Our Wildest Dreams?
t. Oak Island ~ Treasure Update
t. Oak Island Treasure Found?
t. Oak Island Update + Smiths Cove Solved?
t. Oak Island Update ~ Huge Find Has Been Made!
t. Oak Island Update 2016
t. Oak Island Update
t. The Mysteries Of Oak Island
t. The Mystery Treasure Of Oak Island
t. The Tunnels under Oak Island
t. Trillion Dollar Treasure Found Under Indian Temple?
u. 6 Alien Craft Dug Up In America?
u. "1960's UFO Crash" Found In Museum Archives?
u. Alien Found Buried In Russia?
u. Alien Tombs Hidden Under The Great Sphinx?
u. Ancient Alien Time Capsule Hidden Under The Great Sphinx?
u. Ancient Aliens Found In Wall Of Humanity PumaPunku?
u. Ancient Aliens From Sirius Visited Earth?
u. Ancient Astronaut Found In Serbia?
u. "Beings Made Of Light" Discovered In Tibet?
u. Did Aliens Crash In China? | The Dropa Stones
u. Functioning UFO Found In Canada Emitting "Ping"?
u. Nikola Tesla's UFO & Alien Encounters
u. Several "Crashed UFO's" Found In Russia?
u. Tanks Guard Crashed UFO In Antarctica?
u. The "Indigo Child" Who Came From Mars
u. The Canadian UFO Fragment | Proven Authentic
u. The Missing Alien Bodies Of Malta | A Cover Up?
u. UFO Crash Texas Alien Found Buried In Cemetery?
u. UFO Found Buried In Remote Siberian Forest
u. What Crashed During The Tunguska Event?
u. Wikileaks = USA At War With UFO's In Antarctica?
w. 60,000 Ton "Anomaly" Beneath The Sea of Galilee?
w. "Alien Antenna" Found On Sea Floor In Antarctica?
w. Ancient "StoneHenge" Found In Lake Michigan?
w. Ancient City "Built Underwater" Found In Cuba?
w. Ancient Pyramid Found In Wisconsin Lake?
w. Lost City Of Atlantis Found In North Sea?
w. Lost City Of Atlantis Hidden Under Lake Titicaca?
w. Mysterious "Structure" Found On The Ocean Floor?
w. Submerged "Mythical City" Found In Egypt?
w. The Baltic Sea Anomaly | Update
w. The Baltic Sea Anomaly ~ A Step Closer To The Truth?
w. The Bimini Road ~ Deliberately Hidden By Academia?
x. Do We Only See A Fraction Of Reality?
x. Men In Black Shuts Down Skinwalker Ranch?
x. The Great Historical Cover-Up
x. Thunderstone ~ Largest Megalith Moved By Modern Man?
x. What Is The Smithsonian Hiding?
x. YouTube Have Demonetized My Entire Channel
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 22, 2018, 07:52:36 pm


FastCharge prototype station shows three-minute time feat

Patent application looks at smart doorbell sniffing, ACLU reacts

Technique allows integration of single-crystal hybrid perovskites into electronics

Grocery delivery with no human drivers is underway

Cheaper, more efficient solar technology a step closer

Team locates nearly all US solar panels in a billion images for electric grid

3-D-printed robot hand plays the piano

Robots with sticky feet

Alta Devices scores new efficiency record for single junction solar cell

MIT's Lidar technology accelerates hurricane recovery in the Carolinas


Mystery of coronae around supermassive black holes deepens

Newly discovered adolescent star seen undergoing 'growth spurt'

Stellar corpse reveals clues to missing stardust

Baby star's fiery tantrum could create the building blocks of planets

Newfound object is the farthest Solar System body ever spotted

Saturn's rings are raining at faster rate than previously thought

Water in Saturn's rings surprisingly like that on Earth, except for moon Phoebe

Planetary astronomers identify cycle of spectacular disturbances at Jupiter's equator

New Comet C/2018 Y1

Images reveal crater at Mars' north pole brimming with ice

Mile-long asteroid discovered makes another fly-by of Earth today

Lack of a 'light curve' from Kuiper Belt flyby target

New kind of planet possibly saturated with gemstones

A big space crash likely made Uranus lopsided

Climate Science and the Myths of Renewable Energy (2017)

Cliff Mass: victim of academic political bullying (Reposted from Judith Curry’s Climate Etc)

MSM climate change dogma

Cave in China makes carbon dating more precise

Fossils suggest flowers originated 50 million years earlier than thought [except dating methods are fallacious]

‘Treasure trove’ of dinosaur footprints found in southern England

A Scientist Claims The World’s Oldest Pyramid Is Hidden in an Indonesian Mountain

A year later, not a word on Alaska paper in Nature with evidence for repeated cataclysm

Greenland icebergs may have triggered Younger Dryas

Saginaw Impact Structure

Mystery History video links

The Hidden History Of The Human Race [which Youtube seeks to suppress] -- Mystery History

Exposing Mans Hidden Past ~ A Mystery History Special
- (Transcript)

The Persepolis Plateau Iran's Antediluvian Jewel's (Part 1) -- Mystery History

Iran's Most Astonishing Antediluvian Ruins (Part 2) -- Mystery History

'One of a Kind' Untouched Tomb Discovered in Egypt | Ancient Architects

Alchemist Clues on Cyclic Cross of Hendaye -Cosmography101-5.3 w/ Randall Carlson 11/06

Wal Thornhill: Blockbuster – Saturn/Earth Connection Confirmed
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on December 29, 2018, 03:08:07 pm


Malta energy storage system is looking forward to first pilot

A new roving biologger that travels along a whale's body surface

Lithium-ion explosion-free battery

Various interactions occur when beams of same direction ultra-short laser pulses intersect at noticeable angle

Researchers monitor electron behavior during chemical reactions for the first time

Description of rotating molecules made easy

Light-induced motion

Chinese scientists discover way to turn copper into 'gold'

Russia begins underwater trial of strategic nuclear drone

Russia's Avangard hypersonic glider travels at a whopping 30,000km/h (much slower than many meteors)

SpaceX launches Air Force's best GPS yet


New source of very high energy gamma-ray emission detected in the neighborhood of the supernova remnant G24.7+0.6

Researchers investigate molecular gas emission from the galaxy NGC 3557

Rings make Saturn shadier, bluer and less hazy in winter

NASA's 'New Horizons' probe detects weird anomaly days ahead of Ultima Thule flyby

Earth enters densest stream of deadly Taurid meteor cluster this June (also discusses Bennu)

Earth loses hundreds of tons of atmosphere during auroras

Ice cores could solve cosmic ray mystery

'Brainless' amoeba solves college level math problem

Memory formation appears to be facilitated by the same mechanism as a viral infection

New study shows why X and Y chromosomes alone don't determine sex

Unpredicted Discovery: Why Is Iron So Highly Oxidized Deep Inside The Earth? Geoscientists Are Surprised [They assume it'f from 550km deep, but it's probably from only 1km or so, since tech can't go very deep yet]

Oumuamua's Strange Acceleration and Other Anomalies -

Paleoburrows dug by ancient ground sloths [Did the soil harden into rock? If so, how?]

10 Ancient Surfaces With Rare Images And Carvings [includes Younger Dryas Impact info]

This is What Ancient Civilizations said about Giants Existing on Earth

Secrets of the Nebra Sky Disc | Ancient Architects

Gunung Padang: Ancient Lost Pyramid or Modern Hoax? [uncertain] | Ancient Architects

End Days Clues from Cyclic Cross Monument -Cosmography101-5.3 w/ Randall Carlson 11/06

Double Catastrophe Imminent? Decoding Occult Symbols -Cosmography101-6.2 w/Randall Carlson '06

Recent Catastrophes; Rise/Fall of Civilizations / Learn by Repetition –Cosmography101-6.1 w/ RC '06


Potential Younger Dryas impact sites

No One Knows Who Built These Ancient Structures
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 05, 2019, 05:04:14 pm


Scientists develop a new method to revolutionize graphene printed electronics

Flexible thermoelectric generator module: a silver bullet to fix waste energy issues

Buzz grows on 'flying cars'

A new approach for steganography

Google Project Soli radar-based 57-64-GHz motion sensor, control by hand gestures

Researchers discover a metamaterial with inherently robust sound transport

Physicists uncover new competing state of matter in superconducting material

Researchers design a more durable MEMS switch for cell phones and power lines

New nanosatellite system captures better imagery at lower cost

Controllable fast, tiny magnetic bits

Excitons pave the way to higher-performance electronics


At the outer reaches of the known Universe, entire galaxies are disappearing

Groundbreaking flyby image of Ultima Thule by New Horizons on edge of our solar system

Early protostar already has a warped disk

Luminous gamma-ray flare detected from the blazar DA 193

Catastrophic galactic collision could send Solar System flying into space

Hen 3-160 is a symbiotic binary with Mira variable star

NASA's Juno mission spots dramatic volcano eruption on Jupiter moon Io

China probe makes historic touchdown on 'dark side of the moon'

Why is Earth missing a huge part of its crust? [Ans? Continental crust came from transgressions; missing crust was removed by regressions]

Sahara swung between lush and desert conditions every 20,000 years [False uniformitarian assumption; dust was cataclysmic, not gradual]

National Climate Assessment: A crisis of epistemic overconfidence

Genetic data on half a million Brits reveal ongoing evolution and Neanderthal legacy

How ancient DNA may rewrite prehistory in India

‘Ripped’ Woman with Massive Forearms Is the Oldest Known Human Burial in Lower Central America

Ancient Relics That Are SO Advanced They Shouldn't Exist

The Emerald Tablets and the Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects

Ancient Origins of the Sphinx Temple of Egypt | Ancient Architects

Who Were The Neoliths? 3rd Lost Civilisation Discovered? Mystery History

Epoch-ellipse Preferred Survival Plan / Symbolic Clues -Cosmography101-6.3 w/ Randall Carlson 11/06

5 Scientific FACTS that prove the Great flood actually happened! (younger dryas impact crater)

Younger Dryas Impact Black Mat Layer - Eastern US Covered In Ice B4 Greenland Ash

Hudson Bay Younger Dryas Impact Crater - Greenland Hiawatha Glacier

Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 12, 2019, 11:50:46 am


GoSun woos outdoor cooks with Fusion's solar power

Termite-gut microbes extract clean energy from coal [CO2 isn't dirty in the first place, AGW Crackpots]

Robots of the future: more R2D2 than C3PO

Breaking barriers in solar energy

Facial recognition: Coming to a gadget near you

Star Trek style translators step closer to reality

Robots walk, talk, pour beer and take over CES tech show

New materials could help improve the performance of perovskite solar cells

These drones are landing, drilling holes, and taking off again

3-D printing 100 times faster with light

New way of switching exotic properties on and off in topological material

Scientists discover a process that stabilizes fusion plasmas


Stars/Surface fusion
_RHESSI observes high-energy phenomena from a solar flare. Credit: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Scientific Visualization Studio.
_Stellar surface fusion occurs above a star's photosphere to a limited extent as found in studies of near coronal cloud activity.
_Surface fusion is produced by reactions during or preceding a stellar flare and at much lower levels elsewhere above the photosphere of a star.
_"Nuclear interactions of ions accelerated at the surface of flaring stars can produce fresh isotopes in stellar atmospheres."[1] [It references a 2008 paper at arXiv]

Star transforming into [something like] a black hole caught on camera

Chandra detection of a circumnuclear torus

Astronomers discover first direct evidence of white dwarf stars solidifying into crystals [White dwarfs are plasma rings]

Astronomers [think they] observe evolution of a black hole as it wolfs down stellar material

First evidence of gigantic remains from star explosions

Milky Way-sized galaxy lacking galactic neighbors

Lifting the veil on star formation in the Orion Nebula

Magnetar mysteries in our galaxy and beyond [Magnetars are also plasma rings]

What 100,000 star factories in 74 galaxies reveal about star formation

Ricocheting "black hole" jet discovered by Chandra

'Messy' star that made its companion go supernova

Group of telescopes finds X-ray engine inside mysterious supernova

Stereo anaglyph of Ultima Thule

*The Zeller-Nikolov climate discovery: Carbon dioxide has no measurable effect on planetary temperature

Gigantic jets and upper atmospheric phenomena

Laser triggers electrical activity in thunderstorm for first time

First phase liquid transition found in biology

New study reveals dinosaur killing Chicxulub asteroid caused a global mile high tsunami

Earth's water & chlorine from a Saturnian flare

10 Amazing Crop Circles That Have Left Authorities Stunned

Ben Davidson's Channel re Cyclic Micronovas etc

Sigiriya (Ravana's Palace) - Incredible Ancient Technology Found in Sri Lanka?

Catastrophe holds key to Historical Mysteries / Survival strategy? -CosmoG101-28.3 R Carlson 9/08

How the Younger Dryas Climate Event Influenced Prehistoric Humans | Human Origin Project

Wal Thornhill: The Saturn/Earth Connection and Our Place

Solar Micronovas or Saturn Novas?

CIA AstroTurfing Younger Dryas Impact - Diehold Foundation is COINTELPRO
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 20, 2019, 04:25:33 pm


Researcher creates 'minimal chair' that can ship flat, take seconds to assemble with no tools

Phone with 10x optical zoom

Engineers 3-D print smart objects with 'embodied logic'

Engineers detail bird feather properties that could lead to better adhesives, aerospace materials

Researchers mimic crystal lattices to make stronger 3-D printed objects

How connected vehicles' windshield wipers could prevent flooding

Here's how origami could be used to shape the future of engineering

New evidence of superconductivity at near room temperature

New effect in the interaction of plasmas with solids

Insulators with conducting edges

Novel material converts infrared light into visible light

Zirconium isotope a master at neutron capture

Machine breaks normal rules of light

The world is running out of phosphorus

New scale for electronegativity rewrites the chemistry textbook


Electromagnetic stars (The Thunderbolts Project)

Supernova SN 2018byg triggered by a helium-shell double detonation

Double star system flips planet-forming disk into pole position

Researchers discover so-called black hole in our galaxy spinning rapidly around itself

Newly discovered asteroid 2019 AS5 just had a close flyby with Earth

Asteroid 6478 Gault 'suddenly sprouts a comet-like tail' (EU can explain?)

Earth may be in the middle of a giant asteroid spike

Saturn acquired its rings relatively recently

Waves in Saturn's rings give precise measurement of planet's rotation rate

Comprehensive model captures entire life cycle of solar flares

Planets Found to Be Larger Than the Disks They Come From [ref by Thornhill below]

Wal Thornhill: Ultima Thule – Another Victory

Scientists find increase in asteroid impacts on ancient Earth by studying the Moon

CO2 rise shrinks Sahara Desert by whopping 8%! 700,000 sq km of added vegetation

National Climate Assessment: A crisis of epistemic overconfidence

Archeological dig along Detroit River unearths 30,000 indigenous artifacts

Saginaw Bay fingered by gravity data as ice impact feature

YouTube wisdom on Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

Earth Catastrophe Cycle | Plasma Formations (Rock Art etc) (Seems to be a Fear Campaign)

5 Clues Humans Actually COEXISTED With Dinosaurs

Recent Revelations At Puma Punku In Bolivia October 2018

Building the Pyramids of Egypt with Artificial Stones

Is The Younger Dryas Cosmic Impact Hypothesis About To Be Confirmed?

36,420 BC: Zep Tepi & the Age of the Giza Monuments | Ancient Architects

Rare Ancient Stone Circle Discovered in Scotland | Ancient Architects

The Mysterious Artefacts of the Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects

Tomb of Marc Antony and Cleopatra to be found in 2019 + New Discovery | Ancient Architects

The Lost Ancient Egyptian Observatory of Letopolis | Ancient Architects

Astonishing Discoveries Made At Bosnian Pyramid? - Mystery History

Chinese Found Lost Civilisations Star-Maps? - Mystery History

Builders of Ancient Peru Found 800 Foot Deep In Cave? - Mystery History

Impossible Stone Found At-top Cholas Temple? - Mystery History
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on January 26, 2019, 06:30:41 pm


For Visually impaired children who would love to learn to code

Researchers create 3-D-printed soft mesh robots

New digital-camera-based system can 'see' around corners

Broadband achromatic metalens focuses light regardless of polarization

Researchers capture an image of negative capacitance in action

Rapid and continuous 3-D printing with light

New technology uses lasers to transmit audible messages to specific people

Multicolor holography technology could enable extremely compact 3-D displays

New method yields higher transition temperature in superconducting materials

Innovative new technique could pave the way for new generation of flexible electronic components

Direct conversion of carbon fibers and nanotubes into diamond fibers

Self-assembling nanomaterial offers pathway to more efficient, affordable harnessing of solar power


Milky Way's neighbors pick up the pace forming new stars at a fast clip

New detector fails to confirm would-be evidence of dark matter

Stars shrouded in iron dust in the Large Magellanic Cloud

Most detailed observation yet of the way that a giant gas cloud fragments into dense cores

Stellar winds are clumpy

Galaxy that ran out of gas

Mystery orbits in solar system outermost reaches, not caused by 'Planet Nine'

Mars and the mysterious streaks that continue to puzzle scientists

Planetary collision that formed the moon made life possible on Earth [except the Moon probably arrived only a few thousand years ago after life was well established]
[See ]

Waves in Saturn's rings give precise measurement of planet's rotation rate

Scientist sheds light on Titan's mysterious atmosphere

Moon rock recovered by astronauts likely originated on Earth

Deep quakes reveal that magma is moving beneath an ancient German volcano

Earthquakes make gold veins in an instant

Another blow to 'junk' DNA theory

Undiscovered tiny capillaries may exist inside bones

Remains of tiny, strange creatures discovered in 'lost' Antarctic lake

Newly Discovered Ancient Funeral Mask May Be Part Of A Valuable Sunken Treasure

Trojan War by Baltic Sea, not Mediterranean

Did Ancient Giants Once Exist?

Mysteries of Archaic America: Earth-works -Cosmographic Research w/ Randall Carlson '08

Sekhmet Roar = Airburst Impact - Younger Dryas Comparative Mythology - Aker

The Great Temple of Heliopolis & the Pyramids of Egypt | Ancient Architects

Pre-Dynastic Tombs Discovered in Ancient Egypt + 2019 Finds So Far | Ancient Architects
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 02, 2019, 12:43:58 pm


*Engineers translate brain signals directly into speech [Sounds like the ultimate Invasion of Privacy]

*Graphene-based sensors can hear your brain 'whisper'

Autonomous visual inspection of large-scale infrastructures using micro aerial vehicles

Scientists find way to help fuel cells work better, stay clean in the cold

Hybrid electricity system would reduce rates, improve service

Car designers explore working with virtual reality

New 3-D printer shapes objects with rays of light

Laser-fabricated crystals in glass are ferroelectric

Meet the quantum fridge

Magnetic graphene switches between insulator and conductor

Electric Current generation via quantum proton transfer

Very Fire-Resistant Material Very Cheap to Make

Inventive Guy's Channel


MaNGA data release includes detailed maps of thousands of nearby galaxies

World's largest digital sky survey issues biggest astronomical data release ever

Ultra-luminous infrared galaxy with strong ionized-gas outflow discovered

Hubble fortuitously discovers a new galaxy in the cosmic neighbourhood

The 'stuff' of the universe keeps changing

Missing-link in planet evolution found

Sodium, not heat, reveals volcanic activity on Jupiter's moon Io

Study presents surprising explanation for differences in Southern and Northern Lights

Existence of alien life 'much more likely than previously thought'

Lunar craters reveal rate of asteroid impacts tripled 290 million [or 5,000?] years ago

Modern Humans Reached Spain Earlier Than Thought

Humans colonized diverse environments in Southeast Asia and Oceania during the Pleistocene

Ancient Civilizations News

Ancient Civilizations Collection by Cynthia Mickens

DR CHARLES DISCOVERS A "COMET TAIL" around Earth responsible for "UFO appearances

The CHINESE KEY to open 'ANY ANCIENT MONUMENT' can no longer be denied

BORE STONE WITH SOUND [May be how stone was sometimes shaped in ancient times]
- For more details see

7 Oldest Civilizations in the World

Discovery: Ancient Pre-Inca Peruvian Death Mask from 12,000 BC? | Ancient Architects

This is How They Built the Inca Stone Walls | Ancient Architects [It was done by the Incas, not a more advanced ancient civilization. That means the only evidence left of advanced ancient civilization is machinging of hard stone, hollowed out hard stone structures like Petra and ancient maps, right?]

The Channel Is Being Attacked In An Attempt To Destroy It | Mystery History

Ancient Megalithic Sites Near Cusco Peru That You Likely Have Never Heard Of | Brien Foerster

More Evidence That Cusco Was An Ancient Megalithic City Before The Arrival Of The Inca People | Brien Foerster

Megalithic Petra In Jordan: 12 Kilometer Long Ancient Enigmatic Site | Brien Foerster

Exploring Ancient Megalithic Anomalies Near Lake Titicaca In Peru And Bolivia | Brien Foerster

Paracas Peru | Brien Foerster

Paracas in Peru | Brien Foerster

Is The Younger Dryas Cosmic Impact Hypothesis About To Be Confirmed? | ArchaeoLogic

Ancient CATACLYSM According To The Ancients! - What WIPED OUT Advanced Ancient Civilizations?

10,800 BC Impact Tsunami: Survivors - Columbia & Ecuador Mountains - Pyramids - Stone Carvings
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 09, 2019, 06:15:21 pm


'Inkjet' solar panels poised to revolutionise green energy

Waferscale computer

Transforming flat elastomers into 3D shapes

To conserve energy in buildings, AI may help

Cold weather can cut electric car range over 40 percent

Researchers chart path to cheaper flexible solar cells

'Air traffic control' for driverless cars could speed up deployment

Detecting and analyzing cracks in man-made structures

Physicists create exotic electron liquid

A new model for understanding how certain nuclei split

Controllable electron flow in quantum wires

Scientists discover new type of magnet

Single molecules show promise to optically detect single electrons

A circuit platform made of strongly interacting microwave photons

New measurements of exotic form of magnesium suggest surprising shape-shift

Lightning's electromagnetic fields may have protective properties

New method improves infrared imaging performance


The Herouni Antenna - The Death of the Big Bang!

Sky Scholar Channel

Novel experiment validates widely speculated mechanism behind the formation of stars

The Milky Way shown to be torqued into s-shape

Possible snow line reveals organic molecules around young star

Highly collimated jet spotted from the Red Square Nebula
- See:

Bubbles of brand new stars

Gaia clocks new speeds for Milky Way-Andromeda collision

From supergiant to solar-mass star: Study finds HD 179821 less massive than previously thought

Evidence for a new fundamental constant of the sun

NASA and ESA team to knock asteroid out of orbit to test Earth defense system

Comet Iwamoto fast approaching Earth

Rare Atira asteroid spotted orbiting the Sun

Hubble reveals dynamic atmospheres of Uranus, Neptune

Visualization of regions of electromagnetic wave-plasma interactions surrounding the Earth

The composition of ancient meteorites

'Earth's magnetic North Pole has shifted so much we've had to update GPS'

Deadly Indonesian earthquake was rare ultra-powerful supershear event

*Evidence Mounts Against Climate Prediction That Inspired ‘Day After Tomorrow’ Disaster Flick

*Reassessing the RCPs hyped by climate alarmist scientists

*Climate Etc

*Climate FAIL Files

Darwinism still a theory in crisis as anomalies accumulate

Giant impacts caused by interplanetary collisions

Catastrophism through the Ages, and a Cosmic Catastrophe at the Origin of Civilization

Carolina Bay formation - Wind effects | Antonio Zamora

Younger Dryas Impact -- Atmospheric Effects | Antonio Zamora

Randall Carlson's Catastrophist GeoCosmic REX Channel

Brien Foerster's Ancient Tech Channel

Mystery History's Ancient Tech Channel

Bright Insight's Catastrophism & Ancient Tech Channel

Ancient Architects Channel
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 17, 2019, 01:33:18 pm


Breakthrough in photonics—data-transmitting light signal gets power boost from nanosized amplifier

Physicists take big step in nanolaser design

Aerial Cell Tower Successfully Tested in Southern N.H.

Using laser beams for communication and coordination of spacecraft swarms

Google Maps AR navigation will help city pedestrians

Wave device could deliver clean energy to thousands of homes

Study unfolds a new class of mechanical devices

Flexible, solar-powered supercapacitors could underpin new generation of wearable electronics

Global energy demand to soar one third by 2040

Shape-morphing joints allow these small robots to ace obstacles

First direct view of an electron's short, speedy trip across a border

Researchers examine puzzling sizes of extremely light calcium isotopes

How to move electrons with light

Hyperbolic metamaterials enable nanoscale 'fingerprinting'

Running an LED in reverse could cool future computers

Environmental noise found to enhance the transport of energy across a line of ions


A river of stars in the solar neighborhood

Flare 10 billion times more powerful than those on the sun

Giant flare detected on an L dwarf

Insulating crust kept cryomagma liquid for millions of years on nearby dwarf planet

NASA baffled by Ultima Thule, the most distant world ever visited

Possibility of recent underground volcanism on Mars

Spacecraft measurements reveal mechanism of solar wind heating

NASA heading back to Moon soon, and this time to stay

Muons reveal the whopping voltages inside a thunderstorm

1000+ scientists challenge Darwin's theory

Darwin Devolves

Why Darwin Is More Dangerous Than You Think

*NASA data shows world is literally greener than it was 20 years ago

Climate hypochondria and tribalism vs. ‘winning’

Sea level rise whiplash

Hydrogen peroxide may have played critical role in origin of life

Can DNA be hacked? Yep!

NASA finds possible second impact crater under Greenland ice

Mountains buried 400 miles underground 'could be bigger than Everest'

Megaliths in Europe can be traced back to a single hunter-gatherer culture that started nearly 7000 years ago

A concise but comprehensive bibliography of the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis

*Ghost Carolina Bays | Antonio Zamora
This nearly 5-month old video says that, besides the still visible Carolina Bays, there are many ghost bays in the area, almost invisible now. Quote: "In this image we can see the [hurricane flood] water flowing over the landscape. Many such floods must have occurred during the 13 millennia since the formation of the bays, and it is amazing that these sandy structures have endured for so long." Since there are many other indications of major cataclysms about 5,000 years ago and of inaccurate dates assigned to many ancient phenomena, it's very possible that the Younger Dryas impact that formed the bays and other things occurred about 5,000 years ago as well. So the endurance of the sandy ghost bays would be much less amazing and more to be expected in that case.

Books about the Carolina Bays | Antonio Zamora

The Younger Dryas cooling event -- Why 1300 years? | Antonio Zamora

NASA Discovers Second Impact Crater Under Greenland Ice Sheet

The Mystery of Bent Pyramid of Egypt - Part 1 | Ancient Architects

Catastrophist Video Channels
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on February 23, 2019, 03:04:08 pm


Robots track moving objects using RFID tags

New residential solar panels deliver record-breaking efficiency

Fibers from old tires can improve fire resistance of concrete

Expanding the use of silicon in batteries, by preventing electrodes from expanding

Finding keyholes [flaws] in metals 3-D printing

Physicists explain fireballs erupting from grapes in microwave oven

New imaging technology captures movement of quantum particles with unprecedented resolution

Researchers find an unusual way in which a material conducts heat when it is compressed

Single-laser techniques make reproducible artwork on metal without dye or paint

Physicists 'flash-freeze' crystal of 150 ions

Possible to create excellent thermal insulators which conduct electricity

Sculpting stable structures in pure liquids

Physicists calculate proton's pressure distribution for first time

New fabrics grown in fermenting tanks could stop tiny plastic fibres polluting the world's oceans

Exotic spiraling electrons discovered


Confirming a source of the process behind auroras and the formation of stars

New map of the Universe

Ghostly planetary nebula glows in stunning new VLT image

Cosmic dust forms in supernovae blasts

LMC S154 is a symbiotic recurrent nova, study suggests

SolSys: New Horizons spacecraft returns its sharpest views of Ultima Thule

Sun: High-energy X-ray bursts from low-energy plasma

New 'shape' for coronal mass ejections revealed

LOFAR radio telescope reveals secrets of solar storms

Solar tadpole-like jets seen with NASA'S IRIS add new clue to age-old mystery

Mars: After a reset, Сuriosity is operating normally

Earth: 20-year-old SOHO data suggests Earth's atmosphere stretches out beyond the MOON

Entirely new form of communication observed in the brain: non-linear information transfer via self-propagating electric fields

Grasses are 'stealing' genes from neighbors, apparently

A T. rex Swimming with Sharks?

Floating forest hypothesis fails to explain later and larger coal beds

Pluto: another young planet

Boulders moved over 500km


*Geology and the Biblical Flood

Noah’s Flood: Washing Away Millions of Years

The Secret Pattern That Connects ALL the Great Ancient Megalithic Sites of Antiquity

New Ancient Megaliths Documentary 2019 [Ancient Architects recently showed that strong acids were used to shape smoothly fitting stones]

The Excavator Machines of Ancient Etruria - part 1 of the 2018 Italy Expedition

Secret Ancient technology 2000 Years ago

Advanced Ancient Technology That Modern Science Still Can’t Replicate

8 Artifacts Proving ADVANCED Ancient Civilizations Existed

Catastrophist Video Channels
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 02, 2019, 02:05:34 pm


Utilities are starting to invest in big batteries instead of building new power plants

High-powered fuel cell boosts electric-powered submersibles & drones

Business analysts suggest that renewable hydrogen is already cost competitive in niche applications

Signals from distant lightning could help secure electric substations

Fast, flexible ionic transistors for bioelectronic devices

How machine learning can boost the value of wind power

Engineers' printed transistor unlocks potential for portable real-time sensing

Researchers create fireproof, self powered sensor

Emotive, life-like digital human beings

When a superconductor truly becomes super

Electrically-heated silicate glass appears to defy Joule's first law

Exotic 'topological' materials are surprisingly common

Scientists measure exact edge between superconducting and magnetic states

Putting photons in jail

New form of self-healing material discovered

Physicists may have solved a 35 year old quantum mystery [if they'd stop imagining quarks exist]

Human super-vision using nanoparticles maybe an option soon

DIY Soda-Lime Glass


Simultaneous X-ray and infrared observations of the galactic center

Astronomers investigate extreme variability of the 'Big Dipper' active galactic nucleus

Anemic galaxy reveals deficiencies in ultra-diffuse galaxy formation theory

High-resolution observations uncover detailed structure of blazar's jet

Stellar wind of old stars reveals existence of a partner

Astronomers have unveiled the enigmatic origins of two different gas streams from a baby star

Silicon carbide 'stardust' in meteorites leads to understanding of erupting stars

Our Sun's 'near miss' with Scholz's star [in ancient times]

Mars had a 'planet-wide groundwater system'

New map reveals geology and history of Pluto's moon Charon

More support for Planet Nine

New Horizons research indicates small Kuiper Belt objects are surprisingly rare

Cluster spacecraft reveals inner workings of earth's cosmic particle accelerator

The unsolved mystery of the Earth blobs

NASA study reproduces origins of life on ocean floor

*Sumerian & Occam are the same language

The skeleton of Dushan 1 offers new perspectives on the settlement of Homo sapiens in China

Siberia’s ancient ghost clan starts to surrender its secrets

Humans Made Tools Atop the Tibetan Plateau More than 30,000 Years Ago

Australian Aboriginal link to Göbekli Tepe?

Climate Etc: Week in review – science edition

“Dragon glass” in the territories of present-day Poland was already known over 20 thousand years ago

Mini-tornadoes of spores illuminated during raindrop impact

How our tissues manage mechanical stress

Researchers discover every species has backup plans in network of protein interactions

Re YDI, Vance Holliday disguises rant as lecture

Ancient tree and plant parts found in Greenland's youthful Hiawatha Crater

Aftershock: The Ancient Cataclysm That Erased Human History - Brien Foerster

Extraterrestrial Impact Evidence - Antonio Zamora

World Events Academia Cannot Explain - Mystery History

The Blazing Electric Skies of Our Ancestors (Well Documented EU Discussion)

The Secret Pattern That Connects ALL the Great Ancient Megalithic Sites of Antiquity

Catastrophism Video Channels
Title: Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
Post by: Luck on March 10, 2019, 08:11:09 am


Lasers to be used against mini-drones in future claims military expert

Bacteria that 'eat and breathe' electricity in Yellowstone

Unprecedented images of supersonic shockwaves captured by NASA

Researchers turn liquid metal into a plasma

Volvo unveils driverless electric bus in Singapore

Engineers develop inexpensive, smart stop sign to improve driver safety

Improving solar cell efficiency with a bucket of water

Ultra-low power chips help make small robots more capable

World's first graffiti-busting laser helps Florence's 'Angels'

Assembly in the air: Using sound to defy gravity

New shapes of laser beam 'sneak' through opaque media

One device, many frequencies: Researchers create a unique, tiny resonator

More evidence of sound waves carrying mass

Controlling light with vibrating nanoparticles

Controlling pressure-driven ionic flow by voltage at molecular scale

Researchers develop 'acoustic metamaterial' that cancels sound

New photography approach gives traditional cameras ultra-high imaging speeds

Breakthrough could enable cheaper infrared cameras


Researchers detect giant cosmic bubbles emitting shockwaves through galaxy

Galactic wind provides clues to evolution of galaxies

Physicists analyze rotational dynamics of galaxies and influence of the photon mass

Millisecond pulsar PSR J0740+6620 has a white dwarf companion with helium atmosphere, study suggests

Hubble and Gaia accurately weigh the Milky Way

Stars exploding as supernovae lose their mass to companion stars during their lives

Asteroid much harder to destroy than previously thought

New insights into coronal mass ejections

Juno and Cassini missions bring new surprises from Jupiter and Saturn

Scientists puzzled as atmospheric methane levels continue increasing

Climate Etc Week in review

Lessons from polar bear studies on how Darwinism devolves

Another Huge Advance Against Darwinism and for Intelligent Design

"Wireless" brain communication discovered by neurologists

Why Are There So Many Marsupials in Australia? The oldest known marsupials are actually from North America

Land plants escaped the mass extinction 251 million years ago

6th mass extinction and the 'Shiva hypothesis'

Two previously unknown massive impact craters discovered in Oz & CenAm

Is this the oldest Stone Mason work in the world? [Dating methods are inaccurate]

Would dinosaurs have died without an asteroid strike?

Scientific Evidence that the Puma Punku H-Blocks Are Artificial Geopolymer | Ancient Architects

Millions of Years: The Idea's Unscientific Origin & Catastrophic Consequences

Bosnian Pyramids Documentary 2019 Archaeology's Most Controversial Discovery - ZEG TV

High Tech Devices in Ancient Times, such as Electricity, Heavy Machinery and Flight - ZEG TV

New Lost Civilizations Documentary 2019 Cities Beneath the Jungles, Deserts and Seas - Disclosed TruthTV

THE SKY IS FALLING?! Explaining an Ancient Catastrophe? (Bonus: Vortex Opening!?)

Gorge ‘looks thousands of years old’, but created in months

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Robot 3-D prints replacement bracket on headlamp

Light from an exotic crystal semiconductor could lead to better solar cells

Movie technology inspires wearable liquid unit that aims to harvest energy

Researchers discover the key to safer batteries lies on the surface

How to train your robot (to feed you dinner)

Powering devices — with a desk lamp?

Cities of the future could be built by robots mimicking nature

Giving drones better feet so they can 'rest' atop nearby structures

Clock that could replace GPS and Galileo

New light-activated micro pump

New insights into plasma behavior focus on twists and turns

Virtual time-lapse photos can capture ultrafast phenomena with any camera

Quantum sensing method measures minuscule magnetic fields

Wind turbines provide ZERO global energy


New 3-D map will help solve long-standing cosmic mysteries

Massive twin star discovered snuggling close to its stellar sibling in its cradle

Insights about the nature of the ultraviolet-bright star Barnard 29

Astronomers detect X-ray emitting clumps ejected from the binary PSR ...

Massive hyper-runaway star ejected from the Milky Way Disk

ALMA observes the formation sites of solar-system-like planets

A recently reactivated radio magnetar

A NASA spacecraft may have explored the edges of an early Mars sea in 1997

'Radiance Light Trends' shows changes in Earth's light emissions

Dust ring discovered in Mercury's orbit

Several dust rings circle the Sun, tracing the orbits of planets

Volcano in Iceland Is one of the largest sources of volcanic CO2, 'rarely included in calculations'

Weekly Climate and Energy News Roundup #351

What the world's oldest eggs are revealing about dinosaur evolution

Researchers 'surprised' to find viruses evolve by... devolving!

YDB team publishes evidence from Chile for global climate cataclysm

*Continental margins formed rapidly during Flood runoff

Does the Toast Model Explain Fossil Protein Persistence?

Top 10 Ancient Cave Paintings That Shocked The World

Compilation of Impossible Ancient Artifacts - Mystery History

Are There Ancient Ruins On Mars? - Mystery History

William Armand Sosa - The Dendera Light (of ancient Egypt) and The Electric Universe

Cities Beneath the Jungles, Deserts and Seas - Disclosed TruthTV

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Doing This Will Save You Thousands in Car Repairs

Get a cool MOVA globe like mine!

How do Spacecraft Photograph the Planets & get the Images Back to Earth?

Engineers copy snapping shrimp to produce underwater plasma

Advances point the way to smaller, safer batteries

Computer scientists create programmable self-assembling DNA

Cluster Robot

Plant scraps are the key ingredient in cheap, sustainable jet fuel

Non-toxic salt water battery prototype can charge in seconds

Sensor can monitor wiring in a building or ship, and signal when repairs are needed

On-chip, electronically tunable frequency comb

Levitating objects with light

In a new quantum simulator, light behaves like a magnet

New mode of photoacoustic imaging

Radioactive material detected remotely

Heat can act like a sound wave when moving through graphite

New AI turns crappy sketches into photorealistic masterworks

Scientists develop liquid metal that stretches


Bright X-ray galactic nuclei

May be a supergiant fast X-ray transient

Witnessing the birth of a massive binary star system

Energy loss gives unexpected insights in evolution of quasar
See also:

The rise and fall of Ziggy star formation and the rich dust from ancient stars

Giant X-ray 'chimneys' are exhaust vents for vast energies produced at Milky Way's center

Ultra-sharp images make old stars look absolutely marvelous

Earth is a less volatile version of the sun
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NASA's surprise discovery [of plumes] changes what we know about asteroids

Huge new sunspot AR2736 forms rapidly as Solar Minimum underway

Many mysteries of miniplanet Ultima Thule

How Well Do Scientists Understand Global Warming? 67% do not agree.

People are able to sense Earth's magnetic field

Lab-grown from human stem cells, these 'mini-brains' learned to control muscles of their own free will

Surprising DNA found in ancient people from southern Europe

Geologists Keep Finding ‘Impossible’ Rocks on This Remote Tropical Island

Massive Asteroid Explosion Over the Bering Sea Went Unreported… Until Now

Archaeologists Have Unearthed A 60,000-Year-Old Neanderthal Workshop In Poland With 17,000 Stone Products

The day the world burned: Evidence of major cosmic impact 12,800 years ago found in Chile

Old and New World astro-mythology

New paper from the Comet Research Group confirms comet impact

Lost Island of Hy-Brasil Located - Ancient Architects

5 Mysterious Anomalies Discovered On The Ocean Floor

New Evidence for a Younger Dryas Comet Impact Event

Ancient Warangal Fort (India) - A Mass Manufacturing Megalithic Factory?

Baffling Ancient "OOPArt" in India? Strange Idols of Ramappa Temple (ancient tech)

Scientists Have Deciphered An Ancient Scroll That Could Solve The Mystery Of The Pyramid Of Giza

Major Evidence Of Ancient Megalithic Stone Work At Mitla In Oaxaca Mexico

PROOF Venus crashed into solar system 10,800 BC

What year did the Hudson Bay crater form? Is Venus a death star?

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Are these tiny, 'inherently safe' nuclear reactors the path to a carbon-free future?

Microrobots that can form into multiple types of swarming shapes

3-D printer threads electronic fibers onto fabrics

New approach could boost energy capacity of lithium batteries

Scientists discover potential sustainable energy technology for the household refrigerator

Building 3-D models of unknown objects as they are manipulated by robots

Physicists measure quantum 'back action' in the audio band at room temperature

A fascinating phase transition from one liquid state to another

A direct current (DC) remote cloak to hide arbitrary [u mean random?] objects

Autonomous weed control via smart robots

Spintronics a promising concept for the future of electronics

Quantum optical cooling of nanoparticles

Apollo Landing Sites Spotted in Sharp New Detail