Apr 26

Physicists design 2-D materials that conduct electricity at almost the speed of light

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Apr 26

Self-Driving Recycling Machine Pulled 1 Million lbs of Trash from Baltimore Harbor:

In Baltimore, there’s a self-driving machine that’s pulling garbage from the river — and they call it Mr. Trash Wheel. That’s because, quite literally, it’s a water wheel being powered by the river’s current.

The wheel propels the platform forward, and then the collected trash is deposited to a rear dumpster via conveyer belt. On days when the current is too weak, Mr. Trash Wheel can be powered by solar panels attached to its canopy. Continue reading »

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Apr 24

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Apr 22

This dryer dries clothes in half the time with no heat — and it could save Americans $900 million in utility costs

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Apr 19

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Apr 16

‘Not a Terminator’: Russian android learns to shoot akimbo style (PHOTOS, VIDEO)

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Apr 14

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Apr 13

Related info:

Solar Road Costs $4.3 Million – Generates Enough Power To Run ONE Microwave


Jul 15, 2014

After the solar roadways project made all these claims that they were basically ready to start manufacturing their solar roadway panels… turns out, that merely 4 years ago, the thought it would take ~50 million USD.
This is ignoring all the other issues they had:
-no functional road surface
-no plan for road manufacture
-no cost realistic plans for implementation of power transport systems.

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Apr 13

20 Outstanding Pieces of 3D Printed Jewelry:

If you are looking for something special, personal and outstanding then 3D printed jewelry is perfect for you. Here are 20 great pieces of 3D printed jewelry and their sources.

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Apr 13

Real Flying Car Will Be Available for Preorder This Year:

The future is here: The first-ever production-ready flying car is set to be revealed in just over a week.

Slovakia-based engineering firm AeroMobil unveiled its flying-car prototype in 2014, but it was not made commercially available at the time. The company recently announced, however, that its latest model will be available for preorder this year (though there has been no word on pricing yet). This new model has not yet been revealed, but it’s set to debut at the Top Marques Monaco, known as the world’s most exclusive supercar show, on April 20. Continue reading »

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Apr 12

Viral Video Shows Chinese Warehouse Where Humans Were Replaced By Robots:

A viral video showing an army of robots – which work 24/7, cut worker costs by half and are 30% more efficient – sorting packages in a warehouse in eastern China is the latest example of how machines are increasingly taking over menial factory work in China.

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Apr 12

Chinese firm halves worker costs by hiring army of robots to sort out 200,000 packages a day:

The machines are cheaper than human workers and are also more efficient and accurate in sorting out parcels, spokesman says

A viral video showing an army of little orange robots sorting out packages in a warehouse in eastern China is the latest example of how machines are increasingly taking over menial factory work on the mainland.

The behind-the-scenes footage of the self-charging robot army in a sorting centre of Chinese delivery powerhouse Shentong (STO) Express was shared on People’s Daily’s social media accounts on Sunday.

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Apr 12

Solar Road Costs $4.3 Million – Generates Enough Power To Run ONE Microwave

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Apr 03

Companies Have Begun Implanting Microchips in Workers:

Sweden — Craving more of a science fiction-style existence? Perhaps you should seek a job with one of the companies at Epicenter, an employment hub in Sweden.

The Associated Press reported Monday that companies there have begun implanting microchips in their employees, marking the first time the practice has been used on a broad scale.

“What could pass for a dystopian vision of the workplace is almost routine at the Swedish start-up hub Epicenter,” AP reports. “The company offers to implant its workers and start-up members with microchips the size of grains of rice that function as swipe cards: to open doors, operate printers or buy smoothies with a wave of the hand.” Continue reading »

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Apr 03

China Unveils New Drone-Killing Weapons

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Apr 02

What Are Laboratory Rats Indicating About Wi-Fi Exposures The High Tech Industries Deny?

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Mar 31

Solid Concepts 3D prints world’s first metal gun (w/ Video)

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Mar 28

Meet SAM, Brick Laying Robot That Does The Work Of 6 Humans:

In the latest installment of our “Dear Bernie” series, posts intended to inform the Vermont Senator about the unintended, negative consequences of minimum wage hikes, we present SAM (Semi-Automated Mason), a brick laying robot designed and engineered by Construction Robotics out of New York.  While SAM can do the work of 6 unionized masons each day, he never requires a break, benefits or a paycheck.

Here’s a look at SAM in action:

Each SAM can be rented at a monthly cost of ~$3,300 according to The SunWith an average efficiency of 3,000 bricks per day, that breaks down to about 4.5 cents per brick.  Meanwhile, using using Bernie’s preferred $15 per hour minimum wage rate, plus benefits, and a daily efficiency of about 500 bricks brings the human labor cost equivalent to roughly 32 cents per brick, or a little over 7x. Continue reading »

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Mar 28

FYI.


Insider Reveals How DARPA Will Control Our Minds: “If Even 20% Of This Is True…”

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Mar 27

Elon Musk Launches Company To Hook Up People To Computers:

In case revolutionizing the transportation and energy industries while colonizing Mars wasn’t enough of a challenge for Elon Musk, in his latest venture the billionaire entrepreneur now “wants to merge computers with human brains to help people keep up with machines.”

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Mar 27

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“This is a video of a brilliant English design for a Commuter Inter-City Flyer.

And it worked well….but the forward thinking British “government” thought otherwise…..as usual…just as with Whittle’s Jet Engine!

I was fortunate enough to see it fly.”

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Mar 25

German Physicist On Electric Cars: “Slaying Of Beautiful Hypothesis By An Ugly Fact”

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Mar 21

Chemtrails Exposed: Truly A New Manhattan Project

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Mar 19

Mini-nukes and mosquito-like robot weapons being primed for future warfare

While it may be the stuff of science fiction today, the advancement of nanotechnology in the coming years will make it a bigger threat to humanity than conventional nuclear weapons, according to an expert. The U.S., Russia and China are believed to be investing billions on nanoweapons research.

“Nanobots are the real concern about wiping out humanity because they can be weapons of mass destruction,” said Louis Del Monte, a Minnesota-based physicist and futurist. He’s the author of a just released book entitled “Nanoweapons: A Growing Threat To Humanity.”

According to Del Monte, nanoweapons are much smaller than a strand of human hair and the insect-like nanobots could be programmed to perform various tasks, including injecting toxins into people or contaminating the water supply of a major city. Another scenario he suggested the nanodrone could do in the future is fly into a room and drop a poison onto something, such as food, to presumably target a particular individual.

As for the mini-nukes, Del Monte expects they represent “the most horrific near-term nanoweapons.”

Nanotechnology opens up the possibility to manufacture mini-nuke components so small that they are difficult to screen and detect. Furthermore, the weapon (capable of an explosion equivalent to about 100 tons of TNT) could be compact enough to fit into a pocket or purse and weigh about 5 pounds and destroy large buildings or be combined to do greater damage to an area.

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Mar 16

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Mar 13

Mobileye Shares Soar On Intel Acquisition, Citron Shorts Crushed:

Intel has agreed to buy Israeli technology firm Mobileye for $14-$15 billion according to a report in Israeli financial newspaper TheMarker, sending MBLY shares soaring over 30% higher premarket. An official announcement of the acquisition, the largest ever for an Israeli high-tech company, is expected later on Monday, TheMarker reported on its website.

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Mar 12

China’s new space lasers to take out satellites leaving west at mercy of Beijing missiles

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Mar 07

Windy Clean Green Pollution

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Mar 05

This House Was 3D-Printed In Under 24 Hours At A Cost Of Just $10,000:

While 3D-printing may have been faded away in recent years from the spotlight of core “disruptive” technologies, that may soon change again after a company managed to 3D-print an entire house in just 24 hours. Located in Russia, the following 400-square-foot home, or 37 square meters, was built in just a day, at a cost of slightly over $10,000.

 

As profiled in the Telegraph, the company Apis Cor, 3D-printing specialists based in Russia and San Francisco, built the house using a mobile printer on-site. According to the company, the walls of the building were printed and painted in just 24 hours.

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Mar 01

Boston Dynamics reveals ‘nightmare-inducing’ new robot Handle

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“And on and on and on.

Once again it is only the Alternative Media who raise the alarm.

I wonder when Google (who own Boston Dynamics) will re-name them SKYNET?”

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Mar 01

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“The revival of the Alaskan HAARP for the control of weather AND tectonic plate disruption is now officially up and running again, and currently aimed at Zealand.”

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Feb 28

Massive East Coast Internet Outage Pinned On Amazon Cloud Failure:

“We’ve identified the issue as high error rates with S3 in US-EAST-1, which is also impacting applications and services dependent on S3. We are actively working on remediating the issue.”

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Feb 24

H/t reader squodgy:

“The principles of nano-particle smart dust geo engineering has been highlighted by Dane Wiginton for years, but, as time advances, the technology does too, highlighting the probability of our exposure to ever more destructive clouds.

Time to buy breathing masks….the Japanese wear them openly.

Smart Dust – The Future of Involuntary Treatment of the Public:

Smart dust is a name given to extremely small computing particles, RFID chips, or other very small technologies.

A popular article from Extreme Tech describes it in the headline: “Smart dust: A complete computer that’s smaller than a grain of sand.” An article from War is Boring is titled “Future Military Sensors Could Be Tiny Specks of ‘Smart Dust’ New technologies allow for extremely small—and ubiquitous—military sensors.” A paper from University of California, San Diego describes smart dust:

“The term “smart dust” originally referred to miniature wireless semiconductor devices made using fabrication techniques derived from the microelectronics industry. These devices incorporate sensing, computing and communications in a centimetre-sized package.”

It is promoted as an eventuality, that smart dust will cover streets and buildings to identify people, that people will have smart dust in their bodies, and other things in mainstream television and media. They paint a utopian, blissful picture of it.

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http://www.geoengineeringwatch.org/?s=Nano+particles”

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Feb 24

23.02.2016

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Feb 19

You can’t make this stuff up!


Five Trillion Dollar Plan to Save the Arctic Ice

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Feb 14

Full steam ahead: China plans floating nuclear power plants by 2020

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Feb 14

28-hour countdown begins for the launch of ISRO’s record 104 satellites

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Feb 14

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