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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #240 on: March 14, 2020, 02:32:59 pm »



Innovative method improves safety in lithium-sulfur batteries

Water splitting advance holds promise for affordable renewable energy

Ultrathin organic solar cell is efficient and durable

A bipedal robot that adapts its walking style

Driver's-ed-inspired system could make automated parallel parking more accessible

Autonomous on-demand buses underway in the streets of Europe

Fueling a cleaner future for transport

Groundbreaking all-solid-state battery technology

Bendy, ultra-thin solar cell

Researchers organically engineer solar cells using enzymes in papaya fruit

New study presents efficient, solution-processed, hybrid tandem solar cells

On-demand services bring public transport to the suburbs

Advanced series of more robust drones are teaching themselves how to fly

'Earthships' might be the most sustainable, livable, economical, fire-resistant buildings ever conceived of

Researchers demonstrate new concept of optical fiber sensors

Frozen electron waves in magnetite


Unfixable security flaw found in Intel chipset

High-quality extended reality in easy-to-use and inexpensive devices

Enabling battery-powered silicon chips to work faster and longer

User-customizable computing engine for artificial intelligence tasks

Researchers introduce new algorithm to reduce machine learning time

Intel processors still vulnerable to attack, study finds

AMD processors susceptible to security vulnerabilities, data leaks

Next generation 911 services are highly vulnerable to cyberattacks

An all-electric magnetic logic gate


Australian scientists discover new 'pulsating' star

Very Large Telescope observes exoplanet where iron evaporates on its day side and falls as 'rain' on its night side

Study determines fundamental parameters of four open clusters

Giant-impact hypothesis: Traces of Theia found in the Moon

Rare double brown dwarf eclipse spotted in surprise discovery

How the North Star defies astronomers models

Researchers pose new theory about ice giants Neptune and Uranus' peculiar magnetic fields

Almost 140 new minor planets found beyond Neptune

In analyzing the Comet 67P, scientists have uncovered significant amounts of ammonium salts

Mercury's 400 C heat may help it make its own ice

Heliopause is not a continuous shield

Crater chain with pit "skylight" in Tharsis Montes


Ancient shell shows days were half-hour shorter 70 million years ago

29 bullet points proving the sun causes global warming, not CO2

Dinosaur 'stomping ground' discovered on Scotland's Isle of Skye

Ice Ages related to changes in Earth's tilt

Coronavirus came to Earth on meteor [[Velikovsky & the TB team have made similar statements about plagues in the past]]

Bacterial life on Mars

Syrian village melted by airburst

A LGM Sea Level Problem

Safire Project


Dinosaur DNA Confronts Big Ideas

5,000-year-old sword hidden in Venetian monastery

Earth’s mantle, not its core, may have generated planet’s early magnetic field

‘Dead Sea Scrolls’ at the Museum of the Bible are all forgeries

Bosnian Pyramids 2020 Update: Real or Hoax? | Ancient Architects

Scientists Agree: Younger Dryas Impact Event Wiped Out Ancient Civilization | Ancient Architects

Talking with Christopher Dunn! UnchartedX Podcast - Ancient High Technology around the world

Proof of A Lost Civilization?

More Proofs Of A Lost Civilization...?


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« Reply #241 on: March 21, 2020, 01:21:43 pm »

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Trapped ions may unlock a path to better batteries and much more

A cyclic phosphate-based electrolyte for safe and high voltage lithium-ion batteries

A strategy to achieve ultrahigh power and energy density in lithium-ion batteries

Successful flight test of hypersonic glide body [[Maybe, if it's not propaganda]]

New low-cost approach detects building deformations with extreme precision in real time

Promising material shows new evidence of unconventional superconductivity

Semiconductors can behave like metals and even like superconductors

Long-distance fiber link poised to create powerful networks of optical clocks

Three national laboratories achieve record magnetic field for accelerator focusing magnet

Robust phase retrieval at low photon counts

Innovative new fabrication approach for reprogrammable photonic circuits


U.S. internet well-equipped to handle work from home surge

U.S. providers offer free Wi-Fi for 60 days

Study shows widely used machine learning methods don't work as claimed

Not all young people are 'digital natives' – inequality hugely limits experiences of technology

Working from home because of coronavirus? Be careful what you download to keep cybersafe

The other virus threat: Surge in COVID-themed cyberattacks

Cyber hygiene keeps your email safe from virtual viruses

Cross-technology communication in the Internet of Things significantly simplified

A novel artificial intelligence system that predicts air pollution levels

Novel system allows untethered high-quality multi-player VR

Remote work will stress-test the internet—and parts will need repair, expert says

This drone can play dodgeball—and win

Home internet jammed up? Try these steps before upgrading


Merger between two stars led to blue supergiant, iconic supernova [[Very Doubtful]]

Hubble investigates hungry galaxy

Scientists discover pulsating remains of a star in an eclipsing double star system

Binary evolution of a millisecond pulsar

The strange orbits of 'Tatooine' planetary disks

Astronomers determine chemical composition of a nearby stellar stream

Hubble gazes at fluffy-looking galaxy

X-Ray Milky Way

Initial findings of artificial impact on asteroid Ryugu

Japan’s asteroid-smashing probe reveals a surprisingly young space rock

Comet Y4 ATLAS brightening

NASA warns 3 asteroids currently headed for Earth

Scientists unravel mystery behind billions of tons of ice on hellishly hot Mercury [[It's only hellishly hot on the sunny side; on the dark side it's hellishly cold and the poles are on the border]]

The southern hemisphere of Jupiter

Iron is everywhere in Earth's vicinity, suggest two decades of Cluster data


A 'Cat Tale': A story of how flawed science formed the basis of policy

'Long overdue' Yellowstone supervolcano eruption paused [[It's not overdue; the past eruptions occurred over a short time period during rapid continental drift - see]]

Molten Iron Rain [[Maybe happened on Mars too]]

Nitrogen and Younger Dryas Impact/s

Squatting man petroglyph

Lightning in a stone circle 3000BC?

Very Ancient Bone Circle

Fine Tuning Radiocarbon Dates [for Thera etc]

America's skeptic changes mind on Younger Dryas event


How Did Coal Seams Form?

Surviving the Younger Dryas

A Giant Pyramid Puzzle in Mexico: The Mystery of Toniná

Is this Evidence of Ancient High Technology at Al-Naslaa? [not yet] | Ancient Architects

Ev Cochrane: The Flowering of Creation [Venus myths etc]

Impossible Feats of Ancient Engineering?

Inexplicable Ancient Mysteries

Kosmographia Podcast Update: View on Randall Carlson channel

YDB Micro-meteorites in the Black Mat / Glass Bubbles?

Mystery of Ancient ‘KNOBS’ in Temples

Culturally Sterile layers above Black Mat / Evidence for Catastrophe

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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #242 on: March 28, 2020, 12:46:35 pm »



Small, precise and affordable gyroscope for navigating without GPS

How drones can help farmers track flooding, hail damage, and plant health

A new low-cost solar technology for environmental cooling

Power-generating material for organic photovoltaics

Engineers find ankle exoskeleton aids running

Micro aerial vehicles

Ultrafast and broadband perovskite photodetectors for large-dynamic-range imaging

Researchers observe ultrafast processes of single molecules for the first time

Researchers measure one-photon transitions in an unbound electron

Advanced 'super-planckian' material exhibits LED-like light when heated

Researchers develop a black phosphorus all-fiber humidity sensor

Researchers catch light in a funnel


The story behind that little padlock in your browser

Warning system that will identify manipulated images, deepfake videos

Study uses AI to estimate unexploded bombs from Vietnam War

Microsoft reports new Windows vulnerability

Automated speech recognition less accurate for blacks

High-frequency transistors achieve record efficiency at 100 volts

An expert in forming habits reveals how to work from home

Working from home risks online security and privacy: How to stay protected

Researchers develop faster way to replace bad data with accurate information

Router phishing scam targets global fear over coronavirus

A key development in the drive for energy-efficient electronics


Tsunami-like rampaging quasars can rip their host galaxies to shreds, new study reveals

Chinese astronomers detect gamma-ray emission from two star-forming galaxies

ALMA resolves gas impacted by young jets from supermassive blank hole


Explosion on the far side of the sun

The size of Comet ATLAS

NASA data shows gas is leaking from Uranus

Scientists observe superconductivity in meteorites

Asteroid Bennu in unprecedented detail

This powerful ion engine will be flying on NASA's DART mission to try and redirect an asteroid

Revisiting decades-old Voyager 2 data, scientists find one more secret about Uranus


Fragment of lost continent discovered off coast of Canada

Ancestor of all animals identified in Australian fossils [very likely false]

Squids can edit their own genes

Scientists 'reset' the age of stem cells from a supercentenarian who lived to 114

Coronavirus and disease from outer space - Q & A with Dr. Wickramasinghe

Australia found a way to save water from plastic pollution

Billion-year-old algae and the discovery of newer genes hint at land plants' origin [They're assuming that fossils are up to billions of years old, but they're really only as old as the Great Flood, when most sedimentary rock strata, including fossils, were formed.]

Fossils in Tar Pits

Agriculture in New Guinea

C14 Dating Plateaus

Leading scientist predicted pandemic on November 25th, 2019

Cosmic Biology

Darkness, not cold, likely responsible for dinosaur-killing extinction

Positron Lightning

Breathtaking, Iconic and Rare Historical Pictures of Ancient Egypt: 1838-1850 | Ancient Architects

Andrew Hall: Large Scale Wind Structures

One Ancient Global Megalithic Culture Or Many?

Impossible Feats of Ancient Engineering?

Inexplicable Ancient Mysteries


Coronavirus Did NOT Originate in China: Lombardy Doctors Have Been Dealing With 'Strange Pneumonia' Since at Least NOVEMBER

New York hospitals treating coronavirus patients with vitamin C

University of Oxford researchers stop relying on WHO for modeling data

The National Plan to Vaccinate Every American

BFR Fitness Training for Health and Well-Being


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« Reply #243 on: April 04, 2020, 11:45:08 am »



Researchers develop novel supercritical water oxidation system

'Tequila' powered biofuels more efficient than corn or sugar

Scientists tap unused energy source (electricity magnetic fields) to power smart sensor networks

Start-up's clear solar energy windows

Skyrmion 'whirls' show promise for low-energy computer circuitry

New explanation for sudden collapses of heat in plasmas can help create fusion energy on Earth

Photocatalytic optical fibers convert water into solar fuel

New laser technique will allow more powerful—and smaller—particle accelerators

On Earth or Mars, biohybrid can turn CO2 into new products


Why the novel coronavirus became a social media nightmare

Society's dependence on the internet: 5 cyber issues the coronavirus lays bare

How to help your relatives stay connected online during COVID-19

OpenTable launches tool to help you avoid long lines at restaurants, grocery stores

Some mobile phone apps may contain hidden malware

Students build website to track store inventories amid pandemic

Cloud-based electronic system may help first responders better react to natural disasters in developing countries

Voting on a blockchain

Coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a wave of cyber attacks: How to protect yourself

Blockchain could transform supply chains, aid in COVID-19 fight

Photo editing apps surge after salons shut down amid coronavirus

How to boost your internet speed when everyone is working from home

Internet can cope with US and Europe lockdown surge

Wi-Fi-boosting 'smart surface' could help remote workers and students

Google to publish user location data

How China is revolutionizing e-commerce

Video app Zoom rockets to fame

Physicists develop new photon source for tap-proof communication


Study determines burst properties of the most recurring transient magnetar

Electron-eating neon causes star to collapse

Density fluctuations in the solar wind based on type III radio bursts

Planetary defenders: Asteroid deflection code validated

Novel method discovers 139 new minor planets in our Solar System

New Comet C/2020 F2 (ATLAS)

New Comet C/2020 F3 (NEOWISE)

5 asteroids including 2 city-killer NEOs approaching Earth this weekend

Uranus' Gas Blob

Jupiter's chaotic magnetic field


Genomic studies yield more hints of higher-level order in our DNA

How to understand - and report - figures for 'Covid deaths'

When Antarctica was a rainforest [[a few thousand years ago IMO]]

Geomagnetic effects on Earth's biology - Electricity of life

Permian extinction event

YDB scepticism [Younger Dryas Boundary]

Ani, largest ancient city

Lingwulong shenqi: dino in wrong evolutionary place and time

Ancient cultic area for warrior-god uncovered in Iraq

Fossil trove sheds light on ancient antipodean ecology

5,000-Year-Old Site Dedicated to Sumerian War God Discovered | Ancient Architects

Sneak Peak: The 1000 Ton Statue At The Ramesseum In Egypt

Ancient Megalithic Technology - Baffling Secret Revealed? 1100 Year Old Prasat Thom Temple, Cambodia


Tracking the spread of disease on social media

Security gates in the cell

New England Journal of Medicine: Coronavirus mortality rate may be much closer to a very bad flu

Manufactured pandemic: 'They're testing people for ANY strain of Coronavirus, not COVID-19 specifically' - US scientist

If Primary Healthcare Remains Shut Down, Toll on Elderly Will be Worse Than COVID-19

Manipulated Covid-19 Numbers Are Fueling Hysteria and Lock Downs

Viable organs from deceased donors go unused as Ontario hospitals pause some transplants due to coronavirus

What Signs of Aging are Actually Due to Aging?

SARS CoV-2 (COVID-19) characteristics suggest it was genetically engineered

Could make organic food more affordable



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« Reply #244 on: April 11, 2020, 11:16:55 am »



Drones on cables are expanding the scope of wind energy

Pollen-based 'paper' holds promise for new generation of natural components

A flexible microrobot that can survive almost any deformation

Next generation solar cells perform better when there's a camera around

UV light emitting robot to clean healthcare facilities

Bacterial enzyme found in compost, mutated by scientists, can recycle plastic in hours

Robots come out on top amid [fake] coronavirus pandemic

3D-printed corals could improve bioenergy and help coral reefs

Magnetoacoustic waves as potential information carriers for novel computation schemes

Fine-tuning magnetic spin for faster, smaller memory devices

Researchers develop one-way street for electrons

Anyon evidence observed using tiny anyon collider

A perovskite-based diode capable of both light emission and detection

Self-powered X-ray detector to revolutionize imaging for medicine, security and research


Hacker brings video to audio cassette tape

Analytical model predicts exactly how much a piece of hardware will speed up data centers

Alexa, Google could be listening to your work calls

Unique technology surpasses conventional heat storage options for electronics

Q&A with Lorrie Cranor on how the pandemic is affecting individuals' privacy and security

3-D printers can override biometric security measures

Working from home during the coronavirus pandemic creates new cybersecurity threats


NASA spots rare interstellar comet Borisov 'falling apart'

Supermassive black hole image [looks very fake]

New observations contradict widely held theory about the expanding universe

Hubble captures a cannibal galaxy

Quasar IRAS F11119+3257 has a high velocity two-sided jet, study finds

Something is lurking in the heart of Quasar 3C 279

X-ray source 3XMM J000511.8+634018 is a polar, study suggests

Most eccentric known M-dwarf binary system discovered

Astronomers measure wind speed on a brown dwarf

Star Formation and the Electric Universe

Origins of Uranus' oddities explained by Japanese astronomers

Electric currents driven by solar wind create Saturn's auroras, heat planet's atmosphere - NASA

New Comet C/2020 F5 (MASTER)

Researchers provide new clue to solar coronal heating problem

Innovative model of the dynamic magnetic field that surrounds Mercury

New images reveal fine threads of million-degree plasma woven throughout the Sun's atmosphere

Saturn's Hot Atmosphere

Venus Mysteries

Andrew Hall: Earth's Cyclone-Sheared Surface


Scientists discover deep-sea bacteria that doesn't need oxygen to function

Scientists uncover a 60,000-year-old forest underwater

Map shows where US power grid most vulnerable to solar storms

Creationist Dinosaur Track etc News

Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis validated by very mainstream science publications

New Pterosaur Discovered

Researcher discovers early, complex brain surgery in ancient Greece

Revolutionary new method for dating pottery with C14

Crops were cultivated in regions of the Amazon ‘10,000 years ago’

Searching for Khufu: More Anomalies Under the Great Pyramid of Egypt | Ancient Architects

The Origins of Machu Picchu...

Massive Granite Monolith At Elephantine Island In Egypt

Exploring The Astonishing Huge Stone Boxes In The Serapeum In Egypt

Comets Sent Sun-bound / Sirius-centered Sub-galactic System


Accelerating life science and health discoveries: Turning data into insights

Diet can change the way sugar tastes

Researchers warn the COVID-19 lockdown will take its own toll on health

Gates funded clinical trial on hydroxychloroquine uses Vitamin C as placebo

Another study finds smokers are less likely to be hospitalized with COVID-19

Dutch GP Cures Coronavirus Patients, But The Dutch Government Isn't Happy

Ozone Therapy for Coronavirus

Vitamins C and D Finally Adopted as Coronavirus Treatment

Major Error Found in Vaccine Aluminum Safety Calculation

Licorice Inhibits Replication of Viruses

How Vitamin C and Magnesium Helps Reverse Disease and Treat Viral Infections


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« Reply #245 on: April 18, 2020, 09:02:03 am »



Six-junction solar cell sets two world records for efficiency

New scavenger technology allows robots to 'eat' metal for energy

Technique harvests waste heat from untapped sources

Tandem solar cell world record

Scientists pinpoint origin of defects that sap potential of next gen solar tech

Mining bacteria parts to build around-the-clock biosensors

Scientists develop high-performance lithium-sulfur batteries

Valorizing wastewater can improve commercial viability of biomass oil production

'Fog harp' harvests water even in the lightest fog

How lasers can help with nuclear nonproliferation monitoring

Graphene heterostructures with black phosphorus, arsenic layers enable new infrared detectors

Scientists find a rule to predict new superconducting metal hydrides

New photon-counting camera captures 3-D images with record speed and resolution

New discovery about photovoltaic materials


A multilayer graph model of the internet topology

A self-healing and self-concealing silicon chip 'fingerprint' for stronger, hardware security

Apple data show dramatic impact of virus on movement

World economy working from home gets a glimpse of the virtual future

Hackers can access your mobile and laptop cameras and record you: Cover them up now

Webcam-like camera for live-streaming


Distant star explosion is brightest ever seen

VLASS: A survey of the radio sky

Astronomers detect most[?] energetic outflow from a [not so] distant quasar

Major outburst and X-ray pulsations detected from RX J0209.6−7427

Astronomers investigate young stellar complexes in the galaxy UGC 11973

New Comet C/2020 F8 (SWAN)

Astronomers capture images of fragmenting Comet ATLAS Y4

Chinese scientists claim Oumuamua asteroid is part of destroyed exoplanet

New formation theory explains the mysterious interstellar object 'Oumuamua

Newfound asteroid the size of a house to fly by Earth

Solar wind is hotter than expected

Trio of comets grace our skies

100th lunar asteroid collision confirmed by second telescope

One step closer to touching asteroid Bennu

Dust devils may roam hydrocarbon dunes on Saturn's moon Titan

Impacts on asteroids produce regolith, erase small craters


Tropical Antarctic

Earth has a 'leaky core' resulting in iron-rich lava eruptions

First of its kind experiment uses diamond anvils to simulate the Earth's core

Canaanite Temple at Lachish

Glass in The Soil of a 13,000-Year-Old Settlement in Syria Points to Comet Impact

Armageddon Younger Dryas Impacts

Norwegian Climate Anomaly

Australian immunologist claims cover-up of Covid data proving disease from space

How the Joggins polystrate fossils falsify long ages

Ancient Sahara Was Wetter Than Expected

Flooded Ice Age Forest Revealing its Secrets

Israeli Archaeologists Solve Mystery of Prehistoric Stone Balls

Pirates once swashbuckled across the ancient Mediterranean

Secrets of the Lost Underworld of Giza in Egypt + New 'Pyramid' Discoveries | Ancient Architects

You are all more qualified than any 'archaeologist'. Here's why


The Mysterious Underground Tunnels Of The Serapeum At Saqqara In Egypt

Loess, Layered Mud, & Back-flood / Precession, Periodicity, & Preservation -Cosmography101-35.3 w/RC
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« Reply #246 on: April 25, 2020, 10:55:43 am »



The robots weeding organic farms and patrolling for greenhouse pests

Engineers develop simpler, faster way to build complex and better-performing 3-D electronics

High-performance electrolyte solves battery puzzle

A solar window will soon do the same job as a standard rooftop solar panel

Simple steps could help reduce aviation accidents

Researchers developing solutions for smart city infrastructures, autonomous vehicles

Robots on the rise in the COVID-19 economy

Researchers demonstrate bi-directional wireless charging on hybrid UPS truck

New Army tech may turn low-cost printers into high-tech producers

Microsensors transmit data from living tissue

Steering drones for power generation

A new spin on an old technology cools air without adding humidity at a fraction of the energy cost

Synthesizing new superheavy elements to open up the eighth period of the periodic table

Researchers watch the dynamics of plasmonic skyrmions made from light on ultra-smooth gold platelets

Can high-power microwaves reduce the launch cost of space-bound rockets?


Highly efficient solution-processed upconversion photodetectors

How technology can help identify a 'safe' workforce and protect personal privacy

Engineers develop way to improve efficiency and heat tolerance of devices

Artificial intelligence passes on skills at the workplace

Twitter to block virus 5G conspiracy theory tweets [can't stand free speech]

Cyberattack can steal data via cooling fan vibrations

Web of psychological cues may tempt people to reveal more [too much] online

Anxious about public speaking? Your smart speaker could help

New design could make fiber communications more energy efficient


Milky Way could be blasting stars into far reaches of the galaxy

Astronomers might have imaged a ringed planet around Proxima Centauri

Detached double-lined eclipsing binary detected in the star forming region NGC 2264

Astronomers probe chemical composition of globular cluster NGC 6652

Hungry galaxies grow fat on the flesh of their neighbours

Supernova remnant N132D investigated in detail

An eclipsing binary millisecond pulsar discovered by FAST

Interstellar comet 2I/Borisov's abundant carbon monoxide points to birth around cooler star

Astronomers took new pics of 1998 OR2, the asteroid about to whoosh past Earth

USGS releases first-ever comprehensive map of the Moon's geology

19 'Centaurs' beyond Jupiter may be from another star system

Arizona meteorite fall points researchers to source of LL chondrites

Atmospheric tidal waves maintain Venus' super-rotation

Snowman [miniplanet] at the edge of the solar system

Saturn in X-ray and visible light



Collapse of Eurasian Ice Sheet 14,600 years ago raised seas by eight metres

Neolithic genomes from modern-day Switzerland indicate parallel ancient societies

'Handful' of Neanderthals contributed all the interbred DNA found in modern humans, scientists find

Evolution study finds Icelandic genomes contain more Denisovan DNA fragments than expected

Scientists cut peer review corners as demand for COVID-19 information grows

Unprecedented 3-D images of live cells plus details of molecules inside

Support from China for Covid from Space

The meteorite that survived mega-floods and human folly

Fake spider fossil passes peer review

Tectonic plates started shifting earlier than previously thought [untrue IMO]

Scientists Found a Fossilised South American Frog in Antarctica

Penetration funnels are impact craters

The Polygonal Stonework of the Giza Plateau in Egypt | Ancient Architects

The Lost Ancient City of the Giza Pyramid Builders and the Wall of the Crow | Ancient Architects

The Megalithic Stone Cut Churches Of Lalibella In Ethiopia

Asteroids / Sirius Rising Significance / Spectrum of Impactors

3 EYES of SHIVA - Mystery of Olakkannesvara Temple, Mahabalipuram


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« Reply #247 on: May 02, 2020, 08:12:12 pm »



Open access hardware and 3-D printing can help tackle demand for health supplies

Thin, iron-based generator uses waste heat to provide small amounts of power

Team converts heat into electricity to power autonomous robots for months

New device simulates feel of walls, solid objects in virtual reality

Next-generation batteries take major step toward commercial viability

A new flexible piezoelectric composite for 3-D printing

Are salt deposits a solution for nuclear waste disposal?

Car tech to guard against distracted driving

New material processing steps significantly improve operational stability of hybrid perovskite solar cells

New technology revolutionizes 3-D metal printing

It takes a neutron beam to find a proton

A new machine learning method streamlines particle accelerator operations

Researchers detect a supercurrent at the edge of a superconductor with a topological twist

First direct look at how light excites electrons to kick off a chemical reaction


Automating complex 3-D modeling could save hours of manual labor

Why we adopt then abandon online safety practices

Hey, Alexa, who else is listening right now?

Expert discusses the major surge in internet traffic triggered by physical distancing

Google makes its video meeting service free to all [What's the catch? Gaining future paying customers?]

New privacy threat combines device identification with biometric information

Interference cancellation with high precision, high speed and low computational complexity


Our Sun is surprisingly weak compared to other stars
2MASS J050051.85–093054.9 is the closest extremely low-mass white dwarf

Study identifies the most metal-poor stars in the Omega Centauri cluster

Astronomers capture rare images of planet-forming disks around stars

Researchers establish new timeline for ancient magnetic field on Mars

New Comet C/2020 H2 (Pruyne)

Rapidly brightening Comet SWAN (C/2020 F8) now visible with naked eye

Hubble captures breakup of comet ATLAS

Asteroid grazes path of satellites in geostationary ring

Research reveals possibly active tectonic system on the Moon


Ozone hole over the Arctic has closed

"Wobble" may precede some great earthquakes - study

Prof. Wickramasinghe and team share potential origin and predict progression of COVID-19

Rethinking the world's largest 'explosion': Tunguska event could have been caused by iron asteroid entering and leaving atmosphere

Fish evolve in a single generation?

40 million kilos of 'extra-terrestrial' material plummets to Earth annually

Dr. Luc Montagnier shines new light on COVID-19 and the future of medicine

Tomanowos Oregon Meteorite

Meghalayan Catastrophic Holocene

Analysing food residue on pottery

Jiroft Amazons

Deadly Voyager: The Ancient Comet Strike that Changed Earth and Human History

Evidence of Hebrews in Egypt

Shutdown: Chance to Test Climate Change Assumption

Petroglyphs hold clues to 14,000 years of human life in Iran

Evidence of Late Pleistocene human colonization of isolated islands beyond Wallace’s Line

New fossils rewrite the story of dinosaurs and change the appearance of Spinosaurus

The Lost Ancient City of the Giza Pyramid Builders and the Wall of the Crow | Ancient Architects

Ancient Architects:
- The Giza Plateau Before the Pyramids: Scientific Evidence for an Ancient Past
- The Origins of the Giza Plateau, Egypt Explained: The Sacred Realm of Sokar
- New Discovery at Gobekli Tepe: Is There a Hidden Geometric Pattern/Blueprint?

Ev Cochrane: Celestial Lotus-Flower & Primeval Sun

Megalithic Granite Stelae Of Axum In Ethiopia

Major Megalithic Sites In India: Well Worth Exploring




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« Reply #248 on: May 09, 2020, 11:42:39 am »



Robots and cameras: China's sci-fi quarantine watch

Realistic lab tests for e-vehicle batteries

How a solar chimney can boost fire safety & slash energy costs up to 50%

Studies with single-crystal electrodes can speed up design of new battery systems

Solar and wind energy sites mapped globally for the first time

Engineers demonstrate next-generation solar cells can take the heat, maintain efficiency

Supercapacitor promises storage, high power and fast charging

Wirelessly charging electric cars as they drive

Scientists discover dynamics of electrochemical interfaces at the atomic scale

Shape-shifting carbon fiber could replace mechanical systems for aerodynamics, robotics and more

NASA to demonstrate first in-space manufacturing for space mirrors

Wristband monitors exposure to air pollution

Print your own laboratory-grade microscope for US$18

Light sensors detect larval pests munching on date palms

Ultra-long-working-distance spectroscopy with 3-D-printed aspherical microlenses

Successfully measuring infinitesimal change in mass of individual atoms for the first time

Long-lived pionic helium: Exotic matter

The physics of high-temperature superconductivity

'Artificial leaf' concept inspires research into solar-powered fuel production

'Air plasma' jet engine powered by only electricity

Human urine could help make concrete on moon


AI enhancement for printed circuit boards

Reliable, mechanical switches the size of a DNA molecule

Zoom security

Reducing the net risk to children

COVID-19 stress? Video games could be the cure

Virus tracing app raises privacy concerns in India

Charge earbuds and smart watches wirelessly with NFC

Goal: Pure red LEDs for micro-LED displays


Fast Radio Burst detected within Milky Way

Hubble spots stretching spiral

Research investigates extreme blazar

South Africa's MeerKAT solves mystery of 'X-galaxies'

New Comet C/2020 H6 (ATLAS)

Astronomer spots plasma leaking from sun's surface

Is Comet SWAN fragmenting? Astronomers detect powerful outburst

New Comet C/2020 J1 (SONEAR)

Organic compounds essential for life found on Martian meteorites

Beautiful high-res images of Jupiter reveal secrets of its wild storms

Ancient river systems on Mars seen in unparalleled detail

Carbon emissions on the moon put theory of moon birth in doubt

Searching for the histories of planetesimals

Touching the asteroid Ryugu revealed secrets of its surface and changing orbit

Up in the Sky: Ions & Space Dust

The Io Plasma Torus


Scientists think they know why magnetic poles wander

Sea Floor Venting

Greenland Grand Canyon

Raptors didn't hunt in packs

14,650 years ago: Dryas Event

Spinosauros, Mammals, + Science Fraud

Squid Fossil Analysis

Yedomas show one ice age

Rare Butchery Scene Found in 30,000-year-old Rock Art in India

Sahara Desert was the most dangerous place on Earth with a concentration of large predatory dinosaurs

Milky Way Myths

Cherry picking the Younger Dryas

The Tomb of Kai: Proving a Pre-4th Dynasty Giza in Egypt | Ancient Architects

South America's Megalithic Age

"Electrically Charged Material" Found Under The Pyramids?

Prehistoric "Radio Antenna" On Sea Floor In Antarctica?

500 Million Year-Old "Zinc Vase" Dynamited Out Of Rock Face?

3000 "Ancient Giants" Found In Channel Islands?

300 Million-Year-Old "Chariot Wheel" Found Deep In Mine?

THE LOST FESTIVAL USE OF GIZA. Khafre = Halloween, Khufu = Spring Flowers, REVEALED 1st TIME!



RAVANA'S GIANT THRONE FOUND? Ancient Aliens in Sigiriya, Sri Lanka



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(NOTE: I posted the weekly update yesterday in the previous post.)


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« Reply #250 on: May 16, 2020, 07:50:04 pm »

Theories for the Origin of Earth’s Radioactivity
[Radioactive elements formed in the continents during the Great Flood and the flood deposited sediments which became sedimentary rock, which contained dead plants and animals which became fossils, sometimes radioactive. See also:
and ]
The Hydroplate Theory.
_In the centuries before the flood, supercritical water (SCW) in the subterranean chamber steadily dissolved the more soluble minerals in the rock directly above and below the chamber. [Pages 129– 130 explain SCW and its extreme dissolving ability.] Thin spongelike channels, filled with high-pressure SCW, steadily grew up into the increasingly porous chamber roof and down into the chamber floor.
_The flood began when the granite crust ruptured, and subterranean water escaped violently upward through the globe-encircling rupture. Pillars had to support more of the crust’s weight, because the subterranean water supported less. Tapering downward like icicles, the pillars crushed in stages, beginning at their tips. With each collapse and with each water-hammer cycle, the crust fluttered like a flag held horizontally in a strong wind. Each downward “flutter” rippled through the Earth’s crust and powerfully slammed what remained of pillars against the subterranean chamber floor. [ See “Water Hammers and Flutter Produced Gigantic Waves” on page 197.]
_For weeks, compression-tension cycles within both the fluttering crust and pounding pillars generated piezoelectric voltages that easily reached granite’s breakdown voltage.80 Therefore, powerful electrical currents discharged within the crust repeatedly, along complex paths of least electrical resistance. [See Figures 12–15.]

Luck: IMO, Brown's idea above may explain partly how the supercontinent was weakened where the supercontinent ruptured, such as the east coast of the Americas, which then slid over the Moho layer a few thousand miles from Afro-Eur-Asia. But an asteroid impact north of Madagascar is what provided the main force to push the continents apart. Other impacts before the big one likely also weakened the crust where the rupture occurred, as is evidenced by some flood basalt locations etc. Below are some details for how he explains radioactivity production in the continents during the Flood event.
_The Ukrainian experiments described on page 399 show that a high-energy, Z-pinched beam of electrons inside a solid produces superheavy elements that quickly fission into different elements that are typical of those in Earth’s crust. Fusion and fission occur simultaneously, each contributing to the other—and to rapid decay. While we cannot be certain what happens inside nuclei under the extreme and unusual conditions of these experiments, or what happened in the Earth’s crust during the flood, here are three possibilities:
_a. Electron Capture. Electrons that enter nuclei convert some protons to neutrons—a common event called electron capture.
_b. Shock Collapse.86 Electrical discharges through the crust vaporize rock along very thin, branching paths “drilled” by gigavolts of electricity through extremely compressed rock. Rock along those paths instantly becomes a high-pressure plasma inside thin rock channels. The shock wave generated by the electrical heating suddenly expands the plasma and the surrounding channel walls, just as a bolt of lightning expands the surrounding air and produces a clap of thunder. As that rock rebounds inward—like a giant, compressed spring that is suddenly released—the rock collapses with enough shock energy to drive (or fuse) nuclei together at various places along the plasma paths. This frequently happens deep in the crust where the rock is already highly compressed.
Superheavy elements quickly form, fission, and decay into such elements as uranium and lead. The heat released propels the plasma and new isotopes along the channels. As the channels contract, flow velocities increase. The charged particles and new elements are transported to sites where minerals are grown, one atom at a time.
_c. Z-Pinch. As explained on page 392 and in , the path of each electrical charge in a plasma is like a “wire.” All “wires” in a channel are pinched together, but at each instant, pinching forces act only at the points occupied by moving charges, and each force is the sum of the electromagnetic forces produced by all nearby moving charges. Therefore, the closer the “wires,” the greater the self-focusing, pinching force, so the “wires” become even closer, until the strong force merges (fuses) nuclei.
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« Reply #251 on: May 16, 2020, 07:50:21 pm »



Which flying camera?

3-D-printed nuclear reactor promises faster, more economical path to nuclear energy

Perovskite photovoltaics on coated ultrathin glass as high-efficiency flexible indoor generators

Moisture-sucking gels for solar panels cooling system

On the road to nontoxic and stable perovskite solar cells

NIST 'high priority' list identifies critical need for improved plumbing

Planetary exploration rover avoids sand traps with 'rear rotator pedaling'

Electrolysis: Chemists have discovered how to produce better electrodes

Obnoxious background light helps advance spatial light modulator calibration

The exceptional origin of EUV light in hot tin plasma

Researchers review advances in halide perovskites for miniaturized lasers

Scientists find another clue to explain unconventional superconductivity

Inexpensively locating friendly (and unfriendly) radio waves, such as Wi-Fi and cellular communication signals

Collision experiments for understanding molecular interactions at the individual particle level

Topological waves may help in understanding plasma systems

Coronavirus contact tracing poses serious threats to our privacy

Critical Thunderbolt flaw enables five-minute stealth attack

Techniques that personalize media messages in real-time

AI techniques in medical imaging may lead to incorrect diagnoses

Microsoft-Intel project converts malware into images to cut threats

Texas high courts hit by ransomware attack & refuse to pay

Keep a phone charger and long cable on hand for emergencies

New software stops ransomware attacks

Massive cable project set to give Africa internet boost

Senate may have the votes to limit surveillance of browser history

Moving images in the newspaper

State texting bans are saving teen drivers' lives

Light-emitting silicon for photonic computing


Two new supernovae spotted this month

Observations unveil the properties of neutrino-emitting blazar's jet

Ultra-diffuse galaxy VCC 1287 investigated in detail

Astronomers find regular rhythms among pulsating stars

Where neutrinos come from

Researchers reveal common origin of Fermi bubbles and galactic center X-ray outflows

New evidence reveals that giant meteorite impacts formed parts of the Moon's crust

Solar system's oldest molecular fluids could hold the key to early life

New Comet P/2019 LM4 (Palomar)

SETI reports unusual activity of the Delta Mensid meteor shower


Mass death of elephant sized sloths poses murkey mystery

Origin of Life

Gigantic dinosaur footprints are found on the roof of a cave

Moon Origin

Silver Lining: Early humans in China innovated tool technology

1921 Geomagnetic Storm

Compelling Evidence for an Upper Cenozoic Flood Boundary

Ancient rocks show high oxygen levels on Earth 2 billion years ago [or much less]

10,000-Year-Old Human Activity Discovered in Mexico | Ancient Architects

Was There an Ancient Iron Mine at Giza Before the Pyramids? | Ancient Architects

Underwater Megaliths? And other questions

The Baltic Sea Anomaly

12,000 Yr-Old "Mountain Sized Statue" Found In Africa?

Mystery History

300 Million-Year-Old "Iron Pot" Found In Lump of Coal?

Secret Uses of Astronomical Clocks and the Origin of ALL Clocks/Dartboards

Lingam + Labyrinth = Evidence of Ancient Technology?


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Reducing defects in metal-based 3-D printing

Self-healing devices gain or regain function after being cut

Efficient, 'green' quantum-dot solar cells

Engineers develop low-cost, high-accuracy GPS-like system for flexible medical robots

Research on connected and automated vehicles yields promising results

Enabling highways and bridges to prevent their own damage

Advanced combustion modes could squeeze much more mileage from each drop of fuel

Autonomous cars could revolutionise transport for disabled people

3-D-printed system speeds up solar cell testing from hours to minutes

A shaky future for U.S. transit systems, and why we need to save them

Using the 'shadow effect' to generate electricity

New 3-D printing study shows promise for predictive maintenance

A self-improving pyramid stereo network for intelligent transport systems

Onboard separation technology set to improve fuel economy

Mysterious material switches from conductor to insulator

A system for robust and efficient wireless power transfer

New material acts as an efficient frequency multiplier

A new plasma engine for space missions

Electron camera captures movements of electrons and nuclei in a molecule

Researchers demonstrate transport of mechanical energy, even through damaged pathways

US successfully launches unmanned reusable drone for space experiments


Public concern about smartphone location tracking to combat COVID-19

Physicists identify light sources using artificial intelligence

Artificial Intelligence can be programmed to judge 'right' from 'wrong' [I'm skeptical]

The dangers of sharing personal information on social media

New and improved drone mapping software

Researchers record world's fastest internet speed from a single optical chip


Observations shed more light on the nature of symbiotic star EF Aquilae

Take a peek inside a giant star right before it dies
- Actually, Charles Chandler found that supernovae are likely starbirths not deaths

'Groupie' galaxies orbiting Milky Way tell us about [so-called] dark matter, how galaxy formed

Astronomers study flaring activity of the giant star KIC 2852961

ALMA spots twinkling heart of Milky Way

NASA tracker detects 3 asteroids approaching Earth

Active object in Jupiter's orbit is first of its kind seen by astronomers

SETI reports two newly discovered meteor showers

Pluto's strange atmosphere appears to have collapsed

Mystery of lava-like flows on Mars solved

NASA's OSIRIS-REx ready for touchdown on asteroid Bennu

WISE J135501.90-825838.9 is a young, extremely low-mass substellar binary

NWA 5205 meteorite reveals “wall-to-wall chondrules


Evolution destroys, doesn't create

The Tunguska explosion could have been caused by an asteroid that still orbits the Sun says new study

ESA's SWARM investigates weakening of Earth's magnetic field, possible split up of South Atlantic Anomaly

Cosmic rays may have left indelible imprint on early life

Astronomers have just detected a new kind of asteroid orbiting Jupiter

Hawaii just got two new 'largest volcanoes'

Coronavirus, Panspermia, and Disease from Space

Atmospheric viruses and bacteria

Global cooling event 4200 years ago; also, South Africa's formerly inhabited continental shelf

The continental shelf system around NW Europe, now the sea floor, is home to submerged archaeology

Re-calibration of C14 dating

Australian megafauna mass die off 40,000 years ago

Dinosaur footprint treasure trove found in Britain

Carved in Stone: A New Flood Model

Predictions of the Glacier Ice Impact Hypothesis

The Polygonal Geopolymer Casing Stones of the Bent Pyramid

Lost Ancient Super Civilization Found In Japan?


Brahma Padartha' - Krishna's Heart is an Ancient Arc Reactor?

Ancient Temples are MACHINES with MOVING parts?


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International collaboration powers quest for next-generation solar cells

France unveils 8 bn-euro plan to revive auto sector through electric cars

Engineers develop near-zero emissions engine technology

A method to produce hydrogen in vivo photosynthetically

New system for widespread availability of green hydrogen

Virus sparks record drop in energy investment: IEA

Technology that could save 12% of the energy used in pressurized irrigation

Smarter energy use is key to a greener future

German firm introducing game-changing solar-wind-wave energy platform

Battery reuse systems could be profitable for electric vehicle companies and grid-scale solar operations

Electric pulses precisely shape 3-D-printed metal parts

Robot waiters to the rescue amid virus

The coronavirus could mark the rise of automation

The coronavirus pandemic is boosting the big tech transformation to warp speed

Designing a flexible material to protect buildings, military personnel

Physicists measure a short-lived radioactive molecule for first time

A non-destructive method of analysing molecules in cells

Making matter out of light

300 year-old piston design muscles up when built from new materials

New "whirling" state of matter discovered in Neodymium

Solving the space junk problem


Digital device serves up a taste of virtual food

The coronavirus pandemic moved life online – a surge in website defacing followed

High-security identification that cannot be counterfeited

Smart machine maintenance: New AI system also detects unknown faults

New 5G switches mean battery life improvements, higher bandwidth and speeds

New jailbreak tool unlocks almost all iPhones

Researchers develop ways to make IoT truly ubiquitous

After a breach, users rarely change their passwords, and when they do, they're often weaker

Augmented reality can improve online shopping, study finds

U.S. loses hundreds of billions to cybercrime

Tips to avoid sharing your personal information online

No more Wi-Fi dead zones: Tips for improving your signal at home

IoT labels will help consumers figure out which devices are spying on them

Paper-thin gallium oxide transistor handles more than 8,000 volts

Researchers have developed a new way to build power efficient and programmable integrated switching units on a silicon photonics chip


Two more rare, explosive events captured: fast blue optical transients (FBOTs)

More than 120 of Earth's largest telescopes are now closed due to COVID-19

Video: One billion stars and counting—the sky according to Gaia's second data release

Hubble sees stellar glitter in a cosmic void

Galactic crash may have triggered solar system formation

Mergers between galaxies trigger activity in their core

First observation of a transitioning Type II solar radio burst using LOFAR

Why astronomers now doubt there is an undiscovered 9th planet in our solar system

Asteroids Ryugu and Bennu were formed by the destruction of a large asteroid

Induced Magnetosphere of Mars

Asteroids with comet tails

Electric currents envelop Mars in a nested, double-loop structure


Dinosaur-dooming asteroid struck Earth at the deadliest possible angle

Collapse of ozone layer correlated with mass extinction event ... years ago

New clues to deep earthquake mystery
See also:

Celtic Language Origin

Italian Diversity from the Glacial Maximum

Cosmos Magazine yanks great article on Disease from Space

Mount St. Helens, Living Laboratory for 40 Years

Physics Today Article Ignores Glaring Milankovitch Problem

Ancient Antarctica, Giant Pyramids and the Piri Reis Map: Fact or Fiction? | Ancient Architects

Mada'in Saleh ⁓ Impossible Ancient Stone-Cutting?

Golden Library Found In Caves Built By Giants?

Ancient Giants Found Buried In Alaska

Giza's Basalt Floor ~ Proof Of High Technology




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Smart window technology that automatically changes color by sunlight

Hydropower plants to support solar and wind energy in West Africa

Future of stadiums, arenas promises high tech, low capacity (and sky-high prices?)

Robo-umps are coming to Major League Baseball, and the game will never be the same

A cool approach to defect-free solar cells

New NiMH batteries perform better when made from recycled old NiMH batteries

Robot chef trained to make omelettes

Coatings for shoe bottoms could improve traction on slick surfaces

Researchers develop viable sodium battery

DC smart grids for production plants

More efficient biosolar cells modelled on nature

What will it take for us to trust a robot?

New research leads to lighter and greener bridges

Precision spray coating could enable solar cells with better performance and stability

Double-sided solar panels that follow the sun prove most cost effective

The promise of lithium-sulphur batteries

Japan firms' electrifying fabric zaps bacteria

Promising advances to inexpensive and durable smart window technology

New properties of cosmic rays, silicon, magnesium and neon found by Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer aboard ISS

'Black nitrogen'

Discovery unlocks 'hot' electrons for more efficient energy use

'Whispering gallery' effect controls electron beams with light

New discovery advances optical microscopy


There is no specific crime of catfishing. But is it illegal?

Digital-only local newspapers will struggle to serve the communities that need them most

The coronavirus pandemic is boosting the big tech transformation to warp speed

Researchers thwart DDoS technique that threatened large-scale cyberattack

Want to blur a face in your video?

Carbon nanotube transistors

Blockchain to the rescue of small publishers

Cybercriminals (& CIA?) are now targeting critical electricity infrastructure


Patterns found in spiral galaxies indicate universe could be far more orderly than previously believed

Astronomers say ancient explosion at Milky Way's centre 'lit up' gases in satellite galaxies

A bright, lensed, heavily obscured quasar [and mumbo jumbo]

Class of stellar explosions found to be galactic producers of lithium

The Milky Way has one very hot halo

Astronomers capture a pulsar 'powering up'

Spinning Universe

Discovery of long-sought tiny explosions that super-heat the sun's corona

Stellar 'snake' found in the cosmic neighborhood

A new catalog of infrared dark [galactic] clouds

Ancient Mars may have once had rings, then moons

New Comet C/2020 K7 (PANSTARRS)

Oumuamua, solar system's first known interstellar visitor has a very unusual composition

Many Martian Volcanoes May Be Mudflows


What caused Antarctic ice sheet's rapid retreat 12,000 years ago

Geysers may be signalling magma intrusion under Yellowstone

Energy exchange between troposphere and ionosphere revealed in study

Conventional theory of cosmic-ray origin and propagation challenged by new data

Study suggests hundreds of land species near extinction

Terrestrial gamma-ray flash and ionospheric ultraviolet emissions powered by lightning

Discovery of ancient super-eruptions indicates the Yellowstone hotspot may be waning says new study [Those eruptions likely occurred in quick succession, not thousands of years apart]

Mammoths in Mexico

UK Pterodactyl & Other Fossils

The origin of laminae in shales

Revisiting the Isochron Age Model

Face of a 7,500-year-old woman reveals Gibraltar’s earliest humans

Another Map of Ancient Antarctica? The Philippe Buache Map | Ancient Architects

Ice-Free Antarctica: The 1531 Oronteus Finaeus Map | Ancient Architects

Mystery History videos of this past week
Were Malta's Temples Built By Aliens?
"The God Frequency" Found In Malta's Hypogeum?
Sogmatar ~ Built By The Lost Aliens of Malta?
The Missing Alien Bodies Of Malta ~ A Cover Up?
1000 Mile Long Stone age Tunnel Beneath Europe
Polygonal Masonry Proves Academic Fallacy?
Ruad Wall ~ A Pre-Flood Ruin Found?
The Gigantic Ancient Monolith of Tlaloc
Vimana Launchpad Found In Bolivia?
The Impossible Ancient Star Holes of Volda
Anti-Gravity Device Found On Easter Island?
"Pre-Flood Ruins" Hidden In Turkey?
Solid Gold Star-Map Found In Peru
Giant Ancient OOPArt Found In Java?
Impossible Ancient Ruins Found In Sri Lanka
Ancient Spacecraft Found Beneath Pakal's Tomb?
Was Ancient India Built By A Lost Civilization?
The 1000 Ton "Singing Statues" Of Egypt
Machine-Cut Stone-Relics Found All Over The World?



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