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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #270 on: September 26, 2020, 09:35:02 am »



Oceanbird cargo ship relies on wind to transport autos

In California, Wi-fi minivans help disadvantaged students

Five things to know about: making self-driving cars safe

An algorithm for problem solving in cars and the human brain

Researchers analyze the use of solar energy at US airports

New discovery to have huge impact on development of future battery cathodes

Mirror-like photovoltaics get more electricity out of heat

PufferBot: A flying robot with an expandable body

How adopting new tech could drive Australia's economic recovery

Evaluating battery revenues for offshore wind farms using advanced modeling

Thin and ultra-fast photodetector sees the full spectrum

New research says sodium-ion batteries are a valid alternative to lithium-ion batteries

Why electric vehicle ranges vary from EPA estimate

Small drone to light-paint patterns or letters through hand gestures

California is ready to pull the plug on gas vehicles

Researchers combine CAT scans and advanced computing to fight wildfires

This tiny device can scavenge wind energy from the breeze you make when you walk

Study compares benefits of scooter-sharing vs. bike-sharing

New storage battery more efficient and heat-resistant


A computer predicts your thoughts, creating images based on them

An acoustically actuated microscopic device

Engineers pre-train AI computers to make them even more powerful

Optical Wi-Fi allows for ultrafast underwater communications

A language generation program's ability to write articles, produce code and compose poetry

What's the best camera for video meetings?

Why social media has changed the world—and how to fix it

Promising computer simulations for stellarator plasmas

Researchers identify new type of superconductor

No speed limit in the superfluid universe says new research


Almost a dozen new variable stars detected in the open cluster NGC 1912 and its surroundings

Pair of massive baby stars swaddled in salty water vapor

At least 5 space rocks headed towards Earth this week, as Japan extends its Hayabusa2 asteroid-hunter mission

New Comet C/2020 S3 (Erasmus)

Strange, glowing ultraviolet aurora detected around a comet

Asteroid fly by Earth closer than our satellites - 9/23

The strange storms on Jupiter

Rock types on Ryugu provide clues to the asteroid's turbulent history

Design for a space habitat with artificial gravity that could be enlarged over time to fit more people

NASA's IRIS spots nanojets: solar corona

New chronology of the Saturn system


Sea ice has much greater impact on climate, triggered last Little Ice Age

Newly identified 'landfalling droughts' originate over ocean, grow faster, have more severe impact

100 million-year-old meteorite crater discovered Down Under

Mini ice age is accelerating

Ancient Human Footprints

The River Monster, Spirosaurus

New evidence for rapid Ice Age deposition on the Greenland Ice Sheet

Wave Rock, Hyden, Western Australia: How Noah’s Flood formed this fascinating feature

Chromium steel was first made in ancient Persia

Sunspot Cycle 25 is beginning

Machu Picchu, the Legend of Tampu Tocco & the Origins of the Inca | Ancient Architects

Andrew Hall: Scars of Plasma Dragons

Andrew Hall: Electric Earth & the Cosmic Dragon

Megalithic Remains In The Nile Delta Of Egypt

Largest Ruins On Earth Unearthed In Peru?

"Baffling Ancient Ruins" Found In France?




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« Reply #271 on: October 03, 2020, 11:44:06 am »



How waste CO2 is helping to turn renewable energy into liquid fuel

Researchers create fly-catching robots

Commercial battery cells that can monitor their own chemical and thermal state

Preheating gelatin as a facile approach to increase 3-D printing duration

Smart cruise control steers drivers toward better decisions

Untapped potential exists for blending hydropower, floating PV [solar]

Lithium-rich materials could be key to more sustainable cost-effective batteries

Development of highly compact radar sensors for industry

How green hydrogen can become cheap enough to compete with fossil fuels

3-D printed 'invisible' fibers can sense breath, sound, and biological cells

Flexible power consumption for production facilities

Two groups demonstrate designs for electrocaloric cooling that change temperature under an electric field

Physicists build circuit that generates clean, limitless power from graphene


Get a smartphone for under $300

Cyberattack hobbles major hospital chain's US facilities

Our actual attention is now measurable

Tool helps clear biases from computer vision

Researchers spot origins of stereotyping in AI language technologies

Radiation-immune and repairable chips to fabricate durable electronics

Memristor - First single device to act like a neuron


Astronomers find the first galaxy whose ultraviolet luminosity is comparable to that of a quasar

Scientists precisely measure total amount of matter in the universe

Fast-rotating stars at the centre of the Milky Way could have migrated from the outskirts of the galaxy

Very Large Telescope spots galaxies trapped in the web of a supermassive black hole [or something else]

'Echo mapping' in faraway galaxies could measure vast cosmic distances

Revealing the lonely origin of Cassiopeia A, one of the most famous supernova remnants

Rogue Earth-mass planet discovered freely floating in the Milky Way without a star

Moon has hazardous radiation levels, new measurements from China probe show

Network of hidden lakes detected under surface of Mars

Solar system has two planes of orbital alignment, radical new discovery suggests

Study describes discovery of close binary trans-Neptunian object

Venus might be habitable today, if not for Jupiter

Comet Aurora


An object known as 2020 SO is heading towards Earth, and from October, it will be a ‘mini-moon’, which could stay in orbit of our planet until May next year. While we have The Moon, Earth regularly gets many small asteroids and meteors [get] caught in its orbit, which astronomers call ‘mini-moons’.

New research finds [biological] molecular machines are even amazing

Evidence of a supernova near Earth 2.5 million years ago

New insights into the origin of diamonds in meteorites

Excellent content piling up on the Younger Dryas Impact Event

Ora Bada Crater of September

ICR Paleoclimate Research Continues

Lava Flows Disqualify Lake Spillover Canyon Theory

Richest harvest of anthropological discoveries at the world-famous Denisova Cave in the south of Siberia

Search For The Megalithic Temple Of The Pyramid Near Cusco Peru

Soğmatar & The Lost Aliens of Malta

Nimrods Fortress ~ Prediluvian Relic?

Ancient "Vimana-Launchpad" In Bolivia?

"Post-Cataclysmic-Homes" Found In Russia?

"Utterly Baffling" Ancient Quarry Found In Italy?


Lightning and Megaliths – The Connection

Lucky strike? How lightning inspired builders of Callanish

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Re: 7) Tech & Sci News
« Reply #272 on: October 10, 2020, 10:53:28 am »



How "Gravity" Built the World's Fastest Jet Suit
But Drones are probably a lot better and cheaper

The best of both worlds: A new take on metal-plastic hybrid 3-D printing

Novel laser-thermal mechanism realizes ultra-fast construction of PDMS devices
- Novel laser-thermal mechanism realizes ultra-fast construction of PDMS devices

Blocking vibrations that remove heat could boost efficiency of next-gen solar cells

Offshore turbines to power post-virus UK recovery plan

How 10 billion people could live well by 2050 – using as much energy as we did 60 years ago

Safeguarding iconic buildings from bomb explosions

Team extracts more energy from sunlight with advanced solar panels

Carbon-based materials that can be used as electrodes compatible with CMOS circuitry

This 'squidbot' jets around and takes pics of coral and fish

World's largest experiment shows shack fires move with devastating speed

Beirut explosion was one of the largest non-nuclear blasts in history

New measurement of nucleus of thorium-229 moves scientists step closer to a nuclear clock

Researchers design the world's fastest ultraviolet camera

Nanoscale machines convert light into work

An electrical trigger fires single, identical photons

Support film makes cryo-electron microscopy sharper

Scientists find upper limit for the speed of sound

Scientists create 'super enzyme' that eats plastic bottles six times faster


How mobile apps grab attention

Hospitals hit hardest by ransomware attacks

New method enables automated protections for sensitive data

Squeezing light inside memory devices could help improve performance

Printing high-speed low-power organic transistors

Global Privacy Control initiative seeks to give users control over their Internet privacy wishes


Carbon creation finding set to rock astrophysics

Planetary nebula IPHASX J191104.8+060845 explored in detail

The origin of Type Ia supernovae revealed by manganese abundances

Astronomers find evidence planets start to form while infant stars are still growing

Astronomers produce largest 3-D catalog of galaxies

Hubble sees swirls of forming stars

Galactic filaments are not kinetic phenomena

Scientists study the rugged surface of near-Earth asteroid Bennu - evidence of carbonate compounds found

Solar storm: Huge flare bursts from the Sun - Watch NASA video

Preserved dune fields offer insights into Martian history

Looking for pieces of Venus? Try the moon

Was the moon magnetized by impact plasmas?

New 3-D model could explain the formation of a hexagon storm on Saturn

A new look at sunspots

Second moon for Earth coming

Hexagon on Ceres


OUROBOROS __NS (Newborn Star) p.190
_Van der Sluijs informs us that "cosmogonic myths from Egypt as well as Oceania" quite often substitute a "surrounding serpent" for the [cosmic] egg....3
_[Ref 1 R. K. G. Temple, The Sirius Mystery (N. Y., 1976), p. 49. 2 Ibid. 3 Ibid., p. 37.]

ICE AGE __FS (Flare Star) p.79
_The conclusion reached in the present study is that these behemoths were catastrophically eradicated when the present polar ice caps were formed, long after the Pleistocene Ice Age had come to an end.1
_[Ref 1 See here D. Cardona. "The Demands of the Satumian Configuration Theory," Chronology & Catastrophism Review (2000: I). pp. 73-74.

Study claims massive stellar blast capable of wiping out life occurred near Earth 2.4 million years ago

How fire works in Wildfires

Could megatesla magnetic fields be realized on Earth?

2,000 year old 'exceptionally preserved' brain material found in Vesuvius victim

Tunguska explosion in 1908 caused by asteroid grazing Earth says new theory

Using statistical methods to model the fine-tuning of molecular machines and systems


Warm Antarctica?

Sea level change 40,000 years ago

Early Europeans

Covid from Space Retraction?

Manatees Lived in Texas During the Last Ice Age

6,500-year-old copper workshop uncovered in the Negev Desert’s Beer Sheva

Megafauna struggled in the rainforest

Was This Cave Bear Really “Prehistoric”?

12,000-Year-Old Temple Discovered at Kahin Tepe in Turkey | Ancient Architects

Gornaya Shoria [in Siberia] Proof It Was Man-Made?

HUNDREDWEIGHT: The Original unit of Megalithic Measure?


World's Oldest Artificial Island? The Mystery of Angkor Wat

Archeologists Unearthed this Stone Turtle! What's Inside is An Ancient Machine?
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« Reply #273 on: October 17, 2020, 11:54:13 am »



Lightweight, bendy, cheaper – the promise of organic solar panels

Advanced driver-assistance systems found to be susceptible to split-second flash phantoms

Integrated hydrogen sensor/separation module boosts long-term efficiency and revenue in solar power plants

Solar-powered system extracts drinkable water from 'dry' air

We're more likely to ride bikes if we can carry more on them

The threat of 'killer robots' is real and closer than you might think

GM to run robot cars in San Francisco without human backups

Designing off-grid refrigeration technologies for crop storage in Kenya

Significant improvements in perovskite-based solar cell

Stretching makes the superconductor

Imaging light waveforms in air plasma

Researchers synthesize room temperature superconducting material

A single-shot miniature three-dimensional fluorescence microscope

Ultrafast camera films 3-D movies at 100 billion frames per second

Layer-cake 2-D superconductivity

In specially coated tubes, the more viscous a liquid is, the faster it flows


Software spots and fixes hang bugs in seconds, rather than weeks - Hang bugs are when software gets stuck, but doesn't crash

New virtual reality software allows scientists to roam inside biological cells

Easy-to-make, ultra-low power electronics could charge out of thin air

Working from home globally is increasing vulnerability to cyber attacks

What is an algorithm? How computers know what to do with data

A virtual reality game that integrates tactile experiences using biometric feedback

A new ultrafast control scheme of ferromagnet for energy-efficient data storage

Do algorithms erode our ability to think?


Researchers obtain special photometric behaviors of novae-like system and confirm evidence of disk wind

Astronomers determine distances to 18 dwarf galaxies

Densest star systems in the Universe

Radio observations detect new brown dwarf

Webb Telescope can reveal distant galaxies hidden in quasars' glare

Upgraded GMRT measures the mass of hydrogen in distant galaxies

Star clusters are only the tip of the iceberg

New M92 galaxy stellar stream discovered

The recipe for powerful quasar jets

Astronomers discover metal-poor globular cluster by chance

Supergiant star Betelgeuse smaller, closer than first thought

Two planets found orbiting a red dwarf

Source of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays

NASA asteroid hunters spot flurry of new space rocks headed towards Earth, after identifying mysterious new 'minimoon'

Fake asteroid? NASA expert IDs mystery object as old rocket

Studying the sun as a star to understand stellar flares and exoplanets

Life on earth thanks to the Moon?

Plumes on Bennu


Crystal gems found in extreme igneous rocks could form within hours, study suggests

The Peruvian and Northern Bolivian Subandean Fold and Thrust Belt
Presenter’s notes: ... Gondwanide orogeny shows Pangaea's Antarctica between Africa and Australia. MF's model may be correct though.

Older than Machu Picchu: Pre-Inca Mountaintop Settlement Discovered in Peru | Ancient Architects

Gigantic Ancient Ruins In Bosnia?

Volcanic eruptions may explain Denmark's giant mystery crystals says new research

Solar Minimum increases atmospheric radiation [from cosmic rays] by +15%, reaching a 5-year high

The Bright Angel Trail ancient tracks

South American Plant Fossils Confirm Flood Boundary

Secular Science Struggles to Explain Origin of Earth’s Water

Sea levels 32m higher 13,800 years ago in southern Greenland

Central Asian horse riders played ball games 3,000 years ago

Incredible details of 10,000-year-old trek revealed in fossil footprints

An investigation into the origins of the Sphinx

Exploring Puma Punku In Bolivia With Physicist Ken Bryant

Mysterious Ancient Naupa Huaca In The Highlands Of Peru

Surreal Megalithic Site Of Tanis In The Nile Delta Of Egypt

Aswan Granite Links Baalbek To The Pyramids?

"Pre Ice-Age Labyrinth" Beneath Edinburgh, Scotland?

Why Are Puma-Punku's Stones Magnetised?

"Gigantic Megaliths" Hidden On Orkney?


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« Reply #274 on: October 24, 2020, 10:20:45 am »



Studying new solar tracking strategies to maximize electric production

Colorful perovskites [solar panels]

'Digit' robot for sale and ready to perform manual labor

New combustion models improve efficiency and accuracy

Wind energy and wildlife share future in the skies and seas

Radiative cooler that cools down even under sunlight

A gecko-adhesive gripper for the Astrobee free-flying robot

Fiat Chrysler expanding online shopping options to include used cars

The environmental impacts of a new solar cell technology

OPD optical sensors that reproduce any color

Robots deciding their next move need help prioritizing

Simple software creates complex wooden joints

Energy efficient heat pump technology increases the value of homes in the U.S.

This beetle can survive getting run over by a car. Engineers are figuring out how.

How algorithms can help the clothing industry

A roadmap for making critical infrastructure safer as natural disasters increase

Charging electric cars up to 90% in six minutes

Moving microscopy beyond the resolution limit

This white paint keeps surfaces cooler than surroundings, even under direct sunlight

Scientist creates camera that films in 3D at 100B frames per second, fast enough to capture light traveling

Simple patterns on solar panels boosts light absorption by 125%

NASA's Perseverance rover bringing 3-D-printed metal parts to Mars


AI reduces 'communication gap' for nonverbal people by as much as half

Detecting early-stage failure in electric power conversion devices

The real promise of synthetic data

Artificial intelligence provides students more individualized teaching

An integrated circuit of pure magnons

Future wearable electronic clothing could be charged by our own body heat

Usable and secure password policy backed by science

Artificial intelligence can predict students' educational outcomes based on tweets

Researchers find huge, sophisticated black market for trade in online 'fingerprints'

A math idea that may dramatically reduce the dataset size needed to train AI systems


Astronomers unveil first direct image of young exoplanet just 63 light-years away

Messier 85 has a peculiar globular cluster system, study finds

The Milky Way galaxy has a clumpy halo

Clouds of gas that "rain down" upon the Milky Way

NASA just successfully touched down on an asteroid

The implications of signs of life on Venus?

Plumes on Bennu


Researchers develop simple way to capture high quality 3-D images of live cells and organisms

Microscopy breakthrough reveals how proteins behave in 3-D

Lava lake rises at dangerous African volcano

Morphogenesis: How Nature codes for shape

Over a BILLION trees spotted throughout West African desert and Sahel regions

'Lost' tectonic plate discovered under the Pacific

Gobekli Tepe's pillars: new developments

Leviathan: Legend, Croc, or Something Else?

Stone doodles reveal glimpses of Ice-Age life.

Melting Alpine glaciers yield archaeologic troves

Turbulent environment set the stage for leaps in human evolution 320,000 years ago

12,000-Year-Old Ancient Human Trackway Discovered in North America | Ancient Architects

A Complete exploration Of Megalithic Puma Punku And Tiwanaku In Bolivia

Italy Built On Gigantic Advanced Ruin?

Advanced Lost Civilization Found In Turkey?

"Ancient Laser-Cut" Temple In India?

EVERY INCH of Angkor Wat has a SECRET | Evidence of Ancient Technology | Part III
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