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    04/15/17 - Car with Salt Water Flow Cell Generates 920 Horsepower
    This e-Sportlimousine, built by the German company Quant, runs on an electrolyte flow cell power system that generates a staggering 920 horsepower and goes 0-62 mph in 2.8 seconds!!!!

    nanoFLOWCELL AG developed the QUANT e-Sportlimousine the first car equipped with nanoFLOWCELL drive. The prototype is set to generate new impulses for research into battery development and flow-cell technology.

    The nanoflowcell is interesting. We may see cars with this type of battery in production in the future, but keep in mind this technology is not a solution to our energy needs. The salt water electrolyte fluids are not fuel, and they are not a source of energy. They are simply an energy storage medium, just like any battery. The energy has to come from somewhere. - Car with Salt Water Flow Cell Generates 920 Horsepower

    04/15/17 - Turning Sand into fuel - Silicon oil as an energy carrier


    Dr Peter Plichta studied chemistry, physics and nuclear chemistry in Cologne, Germany. He obtained his doctorate in chemistry in 1970, and in the years following he did much research, on the subject of silanes. Similar to hydrocarbons, silanes are hydrosilicons, molecules that incorporate atoms of both silicon and hydrogen.

    Silicon is more abundant than carbon. It oxidizes or combines with oxygen into silicon dioxide, which forms crystals present in rocks like quartz, basalt and granite. Silicon dioxide is especially prevalent in sand which fills deserts and sea shores. We process silicon dioxide into glass and purify the silicon for use in electronics. Both of those processes require much external energy input.

    Before the 1970s, silanes were considered unsuitable for use as fuels, because they instantaneously self-combust at room temperature. Not satisfied to leave it at that however, Plichta went to work and succeeded in producing longer-chained silanes that appeared as clear, oily liquids and were stable at room temperature. He argues that these higher (long-chain) silanes could be used as an abundant fuel as an alternative to both hydrocarbons and pure hydrogen.

    Unlike hydrocarbons, silanes use both the nitrogen and the oxygen in air for combustion. While the hydrogen component of silanes reacts with oxygen, the silicon oxidizes in a highly energetic reaction with nitrogen. So the burning of silanes produces much higher temperatures and frees more energy than the burning of hydrocarbon fuels. The silane reaction leaves no toxic residues.

    Nitrogen oxidizes silicon - Silicon is the most abundant element in the earth's crust. Combined with hydrogen, silicon forms what in chemistry are known as "silanes". Given sufficient heat, silanes react with the nitrogen in the air. This is a new discovery. Nitrogen was thought to be inert, as far as combustion is concerned. So we obviously must re-think the possibilities of combustion. Silicon makes up 25% of the earth's crust, while nitrogen makes up 80% of air. A process that uses silicon/nitrogen combustion in addition to the known carbon/oxygen cycle, presages some mind boggling new possibilities.

    While carbon is also a relatively abundant element, its prevalence is way lower than that of silicon. The relation is about a hundred to one. In addition, most of the available carbon is bound up in carbonaceous minerals such as marble and other carbon-based rocks and some of it is in the atmosphere as carbon dioxide. Those forms are not available for use in the combustion cycle. Only one in about a hundred thousand carbon molecules is bound to hydrogen, making it available for the purpose of combustion. So while carbon has served us well for the first century and a half of industrialization, it is a rather limited fuel.

    Using 100% of air for combustion - Plichta's idea was to exchange chains of carbon atoms in hydrocarbons for chains of silicon in hydrosilicons or silanes. The long chained "higher silanes" are those with five or more silicon atoms in each molecule. They are of oily consistency and they give off their energy in a very fast, highly energetic combustion.

    While hydrocarbon-based gasoline only uses oxygen, which makes up 20% of air, for their combustion, the hydrosilicon-based silanes also use nitrogen, which makes up the other 80% of air, when they burn. Silanes with chains of seven or more atoms of silicon per molecule are stable and can be pumped and stored very much like gasoline and other carbon-based liquid fuels.

    The efficiency of combustion depends on the amount of heat that is created. Expanding gases drive pistons or turbines. When hydrocarbons are burned with air as the oxidant, efficiency of combustion is limited by the fact that the 20% of air that partakes in the combustion also has to heat up the nitrogen gas, which isn't participating but has to be expanded as well. When burning silanes, practically all of the air participates directly in the combustion cycle, making for a much more efficient expansion of all the gases involved.

    Burning silanes - The combustion process of hydrosilicons is fundamentally different from the exclusively oxygen based combustion we know from burning hydrocarbons. In a sufficiently hot reaction chamber, silanes separate into atoms of hydrogen and silicon, which immediately mix with the oxygen and nitrogen of the air. The hydrogen from the silanes and the air's oxygen now burn completely leaving only water vapor, bringing the temperature of the gases close to 2000 degrees C.

    Since there is no more oxygen, no silicon oxide can be formed in the following phase. What happens instead is an extremely energetic reaction of the 80% nitrogen in the air with the silicon atoms present, that forms a fine powder called silicon nitride (Si3N4). The silicon nitride we find in the "exhaust" is the only known noble gas that exists in solid form, an original discovery by Peter Plichta. That white powdery stuff is a rather valuable raw material for ceramics. I should mention there are several UFO sightings where they are scooping up sand and telling contacts they use the sand as fuel. - JWD - Turning Sand into fuel - Silicon oil as an energy carrier

    04/15/17 - Omans mountains may hold clues for reversing climate change
    Deep in the jagged red mountains of Oman, geologists are searching for an efficient and cheap way to remove carbon dioxide from the air and oceans and perhaps begin to reverse climate change. They are coring samples from one of the worlds only exposed sections of the Earths mantle to uncover how a spontaneous natural process millions of years ago transformed carbon dioxide into limestone and marble. As the world mobilizes to confront climate change, the main focus has been on reducing emissions through fuel efficient cars and cleaner power plants. But some researchers are also testing ways to remove or recycle carbon already in the seas and sky.

    The Hellisheidi geothermal plant in Iceland injects carbon into volcanic rock. At the massive Sinopec fertilizer plant in China, carbon is filtered and reused as fuel. In all, 16 industrial projects currently capture and store around 27 million tons of carbon, according to the International Energy Agency. Thats less than 0.1 percent of global emissions human activity is estimated to pump about 40 billion tons a year into the atmosphere but the technology has shown promise. Any one technique is not guaranteed to succeed, said Stuart Haszeldine, a geology professor at the University of Edinburgh who serves on a U.N. climate body studying how to reduce atmospheric carbon.

    If were interested as a species, weve got to try a lot harder and do a lot more and a lot of different actions, he said. One such action is underway in the al-Hajjar Mountains of Oman, in a quiet corner of the Arabian Peninsula, where a unique rock formation pulls carbon out of thin air. Peter Kelemen, a 61-year-old geochemist at Columbia Universitys Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, has been exploring Omans hills for nearly three decades. You can walk down these beautiful canyons and basically descend 20 kilometers (12 miles) into the earths interior, he said.

    The sultanate boasts the largest exposed sections of the Earths mantle, thrust up by plate tectonics millions of years ago. The mantle contains peridotite, a rock that reacts with the carbon in air and water to form marble and limestone. Every single magnesium atom in these rocks has made friends with the carbon dioxide to form solid limestone, magnesium carbonate, plus quartz, he said as he patted a rust-colored boulder in the Wadi Mansah valley. Theres about a billion tons of CO2 in this mountain, he said, pointing off to the east.

    Rain and springs pull carbon from the exposed mantle to form stalactites and stalagmites in mountain caves. Natural pools develop surface scum of white carbonate. Scratch off this thin white film, Kelemen said, and itll grow back in a day. For a geologist this is supersonic, he said. He and a team of 40 scientists have formed the Oman Drilling Project in order to better understand how that process works and whether it could be used to scrub the earths carbon-laden atmosphere. The $3.5 million project has support from across the globe, including NASA.

    Carbon dioxide is the primary greenhouse gas driving climate change, which threatens political instability, severe weather and food insecurity worldwide, according to the United Nations climate body. Natural carbon levels have risen from 280 to 405 parts per million since the Industrial Revolution, and current estimates hold that the world will be 6 C hotter by 2100.

    In 2015, 196 nations signed the Paris climate accords, agreeing to curb greenhouse gas emissions to levels that would keep the rise in the Earths temperature to under 2 C. That has injected new urgency into the work underway in Oman, where Kelemans team recently spent four months extracting dozens of core samples, which they hope to use to construct a geological history of the process that turns carbon dioxide into carbonate. Its like a jigsaw puzzle, said Nehal Warsi, 33, who oversees the drilling process.

    Around 13 tons of core samples from four different sites will be sent to the Chikyu, a state-of-the-art research vessel off the coast of Japan, where Keleman and other geologists will analyze them in round-the-clock shifts. They hope to answer the question of how the rocks managed to capture so much carbon over the course of 90 million years and to see if theres a way to speed up the timetable. - Omans mountains may hold clues for reversing climate change

    04/15/17 - Will hydrogen fuel cell cars soon overtake electrics?
    Fuel cells power the battery and motor by mixing hydrogen and oxygen. Honda, Toyota and Hyundai leased hundreds of uel cell vehicles in past 3 years. Fuel cell cars can be refueled as quickly as gasoline-powered cars. Fueling stations cost up to $2M to build, so firms are reluctant to build them.

    Honda, Toyota and Hyundai have leased a few hundred fuel cell vehicles over the past three years, and expect to lease well over 1,000 this year. But for now, those leases are limited to California, which is home to most of the 34 public hydrogen fueling stations in the U.S.

    Like pure electric cars, fuel cell cars run quietly and emission-free.

    But they have some big advantages. Fuel cell cars can be refueled as quickly as gasoline-powered cars. By contrast, it takes nine hours to fully recharge an all-electric Chevrolet Bolt using a 240-volt home charger.

    Fuel cells cars can also travel further between fill-ups. But getting those fill-ups presents the biggest obstacle.

    But automakers don't want to build cars that consumers can't fuel. The U.S. Department of Energy lists just 34 public hydrogen fueling stations in the country; all but three are in California. By comparison, the U.S. has 15,703 public electric charging stations, which can be installed for a fraction of the cost of hydrogen stations.

    There are also millions of garages where owners can plug their cars in overnight. As a result, U.S. consumers bought nearly 80,000 electric cars last year, but just 1,082 fuel cell vehicles, according to WardsAuto. That's why automakers will keep hedging their bets and offer electric vehicles alongside hydrogen ones. Honda began leasing the 2017 Clarity fuel cell sedan earlier this year; about 100 are already on the road. The plug-in hybrid can go 42 miles in electric mode before a small gas engine kicks in, Honda says. The all-electric Clarity can go 111 miles on a charge. Both will go on sale later this Honda's new Clarity can go 366 miles between fuelings, the longest range in the industry.

    The Clarity leases for $369 per month for 36 months. That's more than the $354 monthly lease payment for the Chevrolet Bolt electric. But Honda, Toyota and Hyundai are all throwing in free hydrogen refueling. It costs between $13 and $16 per kilogram for hydrogen, or up to $80 to fill the Clarity's 5-kilogram capacity, according to the U.S. Energy Department. Even with that perk, analysts think sales of fuel cell vehicles will be limited until more fueling stations are built. But carmakers will still invest in fuel cells. GM's Freese says there are many applications beyond cars, including unmanned, deep-sea vehicles or backup home power systems. - Will hydrogen fuel cell cars soon overtake electrics?

    04/15/17 - Redneck PMM


    This is claimed to be a self driving permanent motor using magnetized screws. Thanks to Leroy! - Redneck PMM

    04/15/17 - FlyCycle
    Bicycle racer figures out how to streamline to really speed up. - FlyCycle

    04/15/17 - Betty Bots
    Get a bots'-eye view of the "human exclusion zone" in a massive warehouse where an army of high-tech robots finds and fulfills up to 30,000 orders a day. - Betty Bots

    04/15/17 - How the Tesla Model S is Made
    If founder Elon Musk is right, Tesla Motors just might reinvent the American auto industrywith specialized robots building slick electric cars in a factory straight from the future. That's where the battery-powered Model S is born. - How the Tesla Model S is Made

    04/15/17 - The Fastest Punch in the World & Cavitation
    Mantis Shrimp have a knockout punch, delivering a killer blow as fast as a 22-caliber bullet. - The Fastest Punch in the World & Cavitation

    04/15/17 - Chinas supersonic submarine, which could go from Shanghai to San Francisco in 100 minutes, creeps ever closer to reality


    Researchers in China are reporting that theyve taken a big step towards creating a supersonic submarine. This technology, which could just as easily be applied to weaponized torpedoes as military or civilian submarines, could theoretically get from Shanghai to San Francisco about 6,000 miles in just 100 minutes. If all this doesnt sound crazy enough, get this: This new advance by the Chinese is based on supercavitation, which was originally developed by the Soviets in the 60s, during the Cold War.

    As you may already know, its a lot harder for an object to move quickly through water than air. This is mostly due to increased drag. Without getting into the complexities of fluid dynamics, water is simply much thicker and more viscous than air and as a result it requires a lot more energy for an object to push through it. You can experience the increased drag of water yourself next time youre in a swimming pool: Raise your hand above your head, and then let it fall towards the water. (Or alternatively, if there are people sunbathing nearby, do a belly flop.)

    Anyway, much like a small-engined car is ultimately limited by its ability to cut through wind resistance (drag), a submarine or torpedo needs insane amounts of power to achieve high velocity through water. This is why, even in 2014, most submarines and torpedoes cant go much faster than 40 knots (~46 mph). Higher speeds are possible, but it requires so much power that its not really feasible (torpedoes only have so much fuel).

    Which brings us neatly onto China. Unlike previous approaches, which have to be launched at high speed (~60 mph) to create the initial supercavitation bubble, the method described by the Harbin Institute of Technology in China uses a special liquid membrane that reduces friction at low speeds. This liquid is constantly showered over the object to replenish the membrane as its worn off by the water. Once the torpedo/submarine/vessel gets up to speed, it sounds like it uses the same gas-through-nose-cone technique to achieve supercavitation. (Details are a bit vague at this point.)

    In theory, supercavitation could allow for speeds up to the speed of sound which, underwater, is a heady 1,482 meters per second, or 3,320 mph. At that speed, you could go from Shanghai to San Francisco (about 6,000 miles) in well under two hours. Suffice it to say that there isnt a country in the world that wouldnt love to have a submarine that can circumnavigate the world in half a day especially a country with nuclear missiles, like China, Russia, France, the UK, or the US.

    Li Fengchen, a professor at the Harbin Institute, says their technology isnt limited to military use. Yes, supersonic submarines and torpedoes are top of the list but the same tech could also boost civilian transport, or even boost the speed of swimmers. If a swimsuit can create and hold many tiny bubbles in water, it can significantly reduce the water drag; swimming in water could be as effortless as flying in the sky, says Li. - China's supersonic submarine, which could go from Shanghai to San Francisco in 100 minutes, creeps ever closer to reality

    04/15/17 - Walmart developing in-store drone that can bring your shopping to you
    Walmart patent describes using drones to transport items around the store. Workers attach items to the drone and it could use 3D mapping to find drop-off. Also suggested using a close circuit that drones follow to its destination. Drones would fly over shelves in order to keep a safe distance from customers.

    The Arkansas-based firm has been granted a patent for in-store drones that would transport items from one department to another. It has been suggested that the system would greatly improve the customer experience by saving visitors trips across the massive facilities to fetch items or from having to wait for an employee to return with their desired merchandise.

    A human worker would receive a request from a customer via a display screen or as a text message and would then attach the item to the drone. The patent highlights a few methods for getting the drone from point A to point B.

    A central computer system could be designed to direct the drone to the drop-off point Another example suggested using a closed circuit that the drones follow from start to finish.

    Regardless of the approach, that patent explains that the drone would fly to the drop-off point with merchandise in tow and release the items once it arrives. The patent describes fitting the drones with one or more on-board sensors that would help it detect obstacles in its flightpath. And it could also use GPS and three-dimensional mapping to find its way around the store. - Walmart developing in-store drone that can bring your shopping to you

    04/15/17 - Spy cameras, smart watches and invisible earpieces fuel a 42% increase in exam cheating by university students
    There has been a 42 per cent rise in cheating cases in the UK since 2012. In 2016 there were 210 cases of students using hidden devices to cheat. Experts say the actual number of students cheating is likely to be much higher. These devices can be bought online for as little as as $13.99 (11) on eBay.

    Experts say the actual number of students cheating is likely to be much higher as devices have become so sophisticated lots of fraudsters won't even be caught. One in four students who are caught cheating have used electronics such as phones, smart watches and earpieces, according to a Freedom of Information request by the Guardian.

    'I was aware of a case of a student using a hidden earpiece and the only way [they were] found was when other students reported it', said Irene Glendinning, academic manager at Coventry University. 'The student had long hair and there was no way we would have known,' she said.

    Queen Mary University of London had 54 instances of cheating between 2012 and 2016. Two out of three of these cases involved students using technology. Newcastle University reported 91 cases of cheating - 43 per cent of which involved using technology. An 'invisible' nano earpiece can be bought off ebay for as little as $13.99 (11). - Spy cameras, smart watches and invisible earpieces fuel a 42% increase in exam cheating by university students

    04/15/17 - Hope for a Parkinson's disease cure as scientists find brain cells can be reprogrammed to replicate those lost
    A selection of small molecules can make brain cells produce the chemical messenger dopamine, which is lost in Parkinson's sufferers, causing tremors. When the therapy was given to mice, their Parkinson-like symptoms improved. The treatment may overtake cell transplants, which were previously thought to be the only hope of a cure and require immune system-suppressing drugs.

    Parkinson's disease affects around 127,000 people in the UK. As the condition has no cure, sufferers are forced to endure the debilitating movement disorder. Yet, scientists may be one step closer to finding a solution. Researchers used a selection of small molecules to reprogramme brain cells so that they produced the chemical messenger dopamine, which regulates movement. In Parkinson sufferers, dopamine-producing brain cells have died, causing tremors and moving difficulties.

    According to study author Dr Ernest Arenas, this new treatment will not require the immune system-suppressing drugs needed in transplants. The therapy makes dopamine-producing cells from those already in the brain, meaning patients will not reject them, which is a risk with transplants, he said.

    Although the potential cure could transform Parkinson's treatment, scientists warn further animal studies are needed before the approach can be tried in humans. Professor David Dexter, deputy director, Parkinson's UK said: 'Further development of this technique is now needed,' the BBC reported. 'If successful, it would turn this approach into a viable therapy that could improve the lives of people with Parkinson's and, ultimately, lead to the cure that millions are waiting for.'

    This comes after scientists from the University of Oxford found infection with hepatitis B and C viruses raises the risk of Parkinson's by up to 76 per cent. This is thought to be due to the viruses targeting the motor system once they leave the liver. - Hope for a Parkinson's disease cure as scientists find brain cells can be reprogrammed to replicate those lost

    04/15/17 - Pioneering 'harvester' sucks moisture from dry areas using sunlight

    04/15/17 - Radical 'swimming bullets' you can fire through WATER

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    04/15/17 - AI programs exhibit racial and gender biases, research reveals

    04/15/17 - Melding mind and machine: How close are we?

    04/15/17 - Walmart has a new kind of discount and it's impossible for Amazon to beat


    04/15/17 - Humanity is already losing control of artificial intelligence

    04/15/17 - Futuristic flying car that could be available for purchase THIS YEAR

    04/15/17 - Trump's border wall will get its start in San Diego County

    04/15/17 - Ability of stem cells expanded to regrow any tissue type

    04/15/17 - Goldman Sachs hopes to build an 'asteroid-grabbing spacecraft' to make BILLIONS from mining precious metals

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    04/10/17 - The Potential Energy Source of the Future?
    Is there actually something to this? Or is it smoke an mirrors? Clinton News Network International's announcement of the SunCell, the world's new energy source that releases massive power by conversion of hydrogen to dark matter. - The Potential Energy Source of the Future?

    04/10/17 - This massive farm grows 15% of Australias tomatoes without soil, fresh water or fossil fuels
    KeelyNet SunDrop Farms operation is fossil fuel-free, freshwater-free, and soil-free, eliminating the need for some of the most financially and environmentally costly elements in the agriculture business. The company told Aljazeera their sustainable method of growing produce slashes 26,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide and 180 Olympic-sized swimming pools of fresh water each year, which is just what a rapidly growing population needs to offset human demand on Mother Earth.

    A field of mirrors surround a massive solar tower, which reflect the sun onto this central point. The tower heats up to provide a steady temperature for the greenhouses and to desalinate one million liters of seawater per day. The tomatoes on their Australian farm are grown hydroponically in coconut coir and 15,000 tonnes are sold exclusively to the local Coles grocery chain every year. SunDrop Farms has locations in Australia, the UK, and the US and hopes to expand cutting-edge, sustainable technology to other locales in the near future. - This massive farm grows 15% of Australias tomatoes without soil, fresh water or fossil fuels

    04/10/17 - Cambodian Free Energy Source Confirmed
    KeelyNet About three years ago Dr. Robertson from MIT was in Cambodia working on a UN world health program. She was shown by the locals some caves which had some crystal like rocks that appeared to glow in the dark. She did not take much notice of this but grabbed a few samples and brought them back to the USA early last year.

    Experiment 1 - She gave them to a close friend Professor Livingston who is a material research scientist who happened to be working on lithium battery technology. This is where the good science or what I call the accidental science comes into play. After looking at the samples and running a series of tests nothing special was found other than a higher than expected beta radiation. He then ground up some of the samples and mixed them into a paste. They glowed when applied to paper much brighter than typical photoluminescence pigments . He was currently working on a new lithium ion anode coating and just for the hell of it (no one including himself knows what what inspired him to do this) he painted the material on a lithium-ion battery anode (graphite with binders). He applied about 4 layers. To his astonishment he connected a copper foil around the the anode as a cathode and measured current being generated in the low milli amp range. This also was at 6.8 volts which did not make sense at all.

    Experiment 2 - This sample has been running for just under 6 months with a load with no degradation. Most inventors and scientist can not help themselves and normally pull apart the prototype. Professor Livingston did not do this but proceeded to make some more anodes with the same coating and assembled them into a variety of chemistry solutions used for batteries. Nothing of any significance was noticed. So he them proceeded to make capacitors using a coating of the new material and graphene as two of the active components. The end result, and still in its early days is a self charging capacitor. They only have around 2 months so far of testing but have completed hundreds of charging cycles without any degradation.

    One big hurdle remains. There is a very limited supply of this material given it is very rare. An angel investor has sponsored a trip to Cambodia to gather more samples, and a team has been put together to try and study its molecular and atomic structure. The aim is to artificially reproduce this material. This is normally a high risk little reward area of research.

    Reminds me of the mystery mineral from Wales where a loaf of bread sized sampled powered the discoverers home. He even figured out how to synthesize the material but the government put the squash on it. Still that mineral is all over Wales waiting to be rediscovered and put to use.

    Check out the story from the Keelynet archives at The Ulimate Power Source - 10/28/97 - Arthur Adams, who lives quietly in a village near Ipswich says that there is enough of the material available to transform dramatically Britain's energy resources. In fact, to prove his point, he already claims to run clocks, a radio, and a small TV set at his home -- just by plugging into his piece of strange metal. Patented - Geologists and mineralogists says there is no natural mineral on earth which they don't know about. And that no natural element could generate the prodigious electric energy claimed by Mr. Adams. Mr Adams, a retired ultra-sonic engineer and radiologist who once worked on Concorde, patented his discovery under a trade name. But the Ministry of Defence warned him in writing that his find was covered by the Official Secrets Acts. He was not to reveal the components of the substance or it's location.

    Mr. Adams is not an amiable crank. As a consultant specialist metal prospector, he uses a device of his own invention for detecting all types of minerals. He has been prospecting for years in the mineral rich area of the Mawddach Estuary where there are active gold mines and huge deposits of copper, zinc and lead. There are other rare metals there too. He said yesterday: "This substance is a combination of natural elements in a hitherto undiscovered form and which could have taken tens of thousands of years to discover scientifically." "I have analysed it and I know what it is, but for the time being I have been ordered to keep the secret." The energy source he says he has discovered is like a huge natural battery in the earth -- and it has nothing to do with the fusion of zinc and copper. - Cambodian Free Energy Source Confirmed

    04/10/17 - John Farnham - Burn for You
    What a beautiful song... Trivia: Classic beautiful looking clip shot by John Ogden. We filmed it in the old Melbourne Regent Theatre before its redevelopment. Even though it was long hours over the 2 days JF was such a pleasure to work with. He kept us all in good spirits joking around, but when it came time for his turn to be on camera "whew" what a powerful performance he gave. This song can still bring an emotional tear to my eyes. Dancer - Elizabeth Toohey from the ballet foundation.

    Commenter; "I fell in love with John when I was flipping channels one evening and landed on HBO.. They were showing a concert of Little River Band, not sure of the date but it was in the early 80's.. I have faithfully and avidly followed John's career and purchased each tape that came out and then each CD.. There is little doubt he has one of the finest voices of any male singer in the world.. Take this to heart, John, from a little old lady who lives in a tiny town in Eastern Idaho, USA.. You HAVE touched many, many more people then you could ever imagine with your beautiful voice..." - John Farnham - Burn for You

    04/10/17 - RC KFC bucket aeroplane (magnus effect)
    Hey guys! well you requested it and here it is!!!!! The magnus force (effect) KFC bucket aeroplane. not sure why I chose KFC buckets though... they make poor rotating flettner wings! - RC KFC bucket aeroplane (magnus effect)

    04/10/17 - Little Magnetic Discs Turn AA Batteries into Self-Propelled Motors
    All you need is an AA battery, two magnets, and a sheet of aluminum foil. By attaching circular magnets to an AA battery, you can make a little homopolar motor that uses an electric current and magnetic field to propel itself across a conductive surface. It's one of the simplest motors around, and you can make it at home with supplies from the hardware store.

    There are a number of examples of simple homopolar motors that rotate a conducting wire around an AA battery, but Magnetic Games took it a step further by attaching circular magnets to the ends of batteries to make little homopolar motorcars. - Little Magnetic Discs Turn AA Batteries into Self-Propelled Motors

    04/10/17 - The mini motorcycle that almost made it to the moon
    KeelyNet NASA began testing Honda 90cc 'monkey bikes' in 1969. Eventually developed its own in house electric bikes cooled with beeswax. Motorcycles were tested aboard zero gravity flights to replicate lunar gravity. Would have used standard rubber tyres, but with little inflation.

    The secretive project was developed in case the Apollo buggy was not finished it time - but never made it to orbit. The project began with commercially available Honda CT90 minibikes, which were NASA's first attempt to see if bikes could be ridden in spacesuits, with engineers donning Apollo suits to try and ride.

    NASA then built its own minibike for tests aboard zero gravity flights know as the 'vomit comet' to replicate lunar gravity. The electric machine boasted a 5/8ths horsepower motor and a 30 amp-hour battery, believed to be the same system that Boeing and GM developed for the Lunar Rover.

    However, the closest the mini-bike ever got to space was prototype tests in a 1/6th gravity environment in 1969 in NASAs Vomit Comet. With no atmosphere on the moon to absorb the heat of the lunar motorbikes motor, NASA engineers took the unusual approach of turning to beeswax, according to an article in a 1972 issue of the American Motorcycle Association's magazine. They filled pieces of the frame with it to act as a cooling jacket that would melt and absorb heat. Once the wax got too hot, astronauts would just stop and wait for the wax to re-harden and set off again. - The mini motorcycle that almost made it to the moon

    04/10/17 - Chinese Scientists Reveal How One Drop of Water Can Create Electricity
    KeelyNet Chinese scientists have found that a drop of water flowing down the surface of graphene can generate a continuous flow of electric current.

    Because graphene is very thin, we must rely on some materials to support graphene. In the past, people tended to pay more attention to graphene itself, while ignoring the supporting materials, which also play an important role, said Lin. To be precise, the discovery of water-flow induced electricity generation is achieved by both graphene and its supporting materials.

    In Lins study, a template that generates an electric charge when under applied mechanical stress pressure, a phenomenon known as piezoelectricity, was introduced beneath graphene as a supporting material.

    When a drop of water drips down and flows over the graphene, the caused deformation of the piezoelectric template can generate an induced voltage in the flow direction. Therefore, the template as a supporting material to the graphene plays a crucial role in the electricity-generating process.

    This waterflow-induced generation of electricity is a promising new step for generating power, and represents yet another use for graphene. The next step after this discovery will see efforts to create a graphene-water nano-generator that can be widely used. - Chinese Scientists Reveal How One Drop of Water Can Create Electricity

    04/10/17 - Idahos $4.3 Million Solar Project Generates Enough Energy to Run ONE Microwave Oven
    Andrew Follett at The Daily Caller reported: An expensive solar road project in Idaho cant even power a microwave most days, according to the projects energy data.

    The Solar FREAKIN Roadways project generated an average of 0.62 kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity per day since it began publicly posting power data in late March. To put that in perspective, the average microwave or blow drier consumes about 1 kWh per day.

    On March 29th, the solar road panels generated 0.26 kWh, or less electricity than a single plasma television consumes. On March 31st, the panels generated 1.06 kWh, enough to barely power a single microwave. The panels have been under-performing their expectations due to design flaws, but even if they had worked perfectly theyd have only powered a single water fountain and the lights in a nearby restroom.

    Solar FREAKIN Roadways has been in development for 6.5 years and received a total of $4.3 million in funding to generate 90 cents worth of electricity. - Idahos $4.3 Million Solar Project Generates Enough Energy to Run ONE Microwave Oven

    04/10/17 - Iran vs. Israel - No Fear (as long as we have their back)
    If everybody knows that Iran poses an imminent existential threat to the world, why is no one stopping them? What would a nuclear armed Iran mean for America, Israel, and the world? Should Israel wait for the possibility that the international community will come to our defense or should we take our fate into our own hands and take action now?

    Still trolling to get us to defend them. They act like a yapping chihuhua, stirring up mischief at every opportunity knowing the pit bull of the USA will race to their defense. No question the muslim problem will come to a head requiring a multinational agreement to deport them all back to the desert since they can never live in civilized cultures as long as they follow that backwards nonsense.

    But Israel needs to try to get along with the neighbors whose land THEY STOLE ILLEGALY. And get off that chosen people claim...they lost that when Solomon took the ark to Nigeria as directed by the voice himself from Mr. Spooky Box. AND STFU about the 6,000,000 million that they'd been harping on since at least 1917 as support for the suffering jews, give me a break!

    Israel needs to STFU and walk on glass, lest the arabs actually do push them into the sea...bad enough that you stole that land, now you keep expanding. Its as bad as someone living in the USA illegally for many years. Life happens and they get a house, car(s), family, job...thinking they are in, so no worries. Our immigration laws never changed...illegal is they get caught and deported, all the while crying about injustice and are ILLEGAL, you have no RIGHTS.

    So be a man, stand up and give all your stuff to family and friends to hold until you can come back legally, go back where you illegally came from and apply to return as a LEGAL immigrant, fully welcome to join the USA. Thats what the jews should have done rather than stealing all that land. Make a deal...its not like they don't know how to do that! - JWD - Iran vs. Israel - No Fear (as long as we have their back)

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    04/05/17 - Experts Warn India of Chinas Weather War


    Till now China has used weather modification for its own internal purpose, but Indian national security experts have been warning the government of the danger these programs can pose to India's national security. The UN's Environmental Modification convention which came into force on October 5, 1978, does not allow any country to use weather modification for purposes China has used it for so far.

    "Government keeps a close watch on all developments having a bearing on our national security and takes necessary measures to safeguard it," said Subhash Bhamre, India's Minister of State for Defense, on Friday. India's security establishment has estimated that close to 50,000 people are working for Chinese weather modification units at more than 30 locations in China. More than 10,000 anti-aircraft guns and special rocket launchers are at the service of Chinese meteorologists, it is estimated. Delegates and performers sing the ASEAN anthem during the opening ceremony of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations' (ASEAN) 49th annual ministerial meeting in Vientiane on July 24, 2016.

    The China Meteorological Administration was allocated $29.76 million last year for weather modification program. It may get more funds this year as its scientists have proposed cloud seeding in Tibetan plateau to generate more rain water for China's arid north.

    "It is pertinent that India keeps a strict vigil on how China is using this technology because there have been a lot of speculation that China may use it against India by distorting weather to unleash flood and droughts in India. Though such speculation is only in theory, its practical application cannot be ruled out," said Ajey Lele, security expert at the Institute for Defense Studies and Analyses.

    "As a counter-measure, India has to remain most vigilant on this front. India should see to it that China is following the UN directives on manipulation of weather. Environmental intelligence gathering should be tightened. Satellites and sensor technology combined with other methods of weather information gathering, especially at the border should be made more efficient to keep a strict vigil of Chinese activities," Lele said. China has over 87,000 dams, many in areas close to India's northeast region, and they can be utilized to create havoc if Beijing uses water as a weapon in war-like situations. - Experts Warn India of Chinas Weather War

    04/05/17 - Iron Man IRL: Gravity and Red Bull unveil personal jetpack
    British aeronautic engineering startup Gravity unveiled a new human flying suit today. Its a six-engine jet-propelled personal flying apparatus that the company says will take regular humans to superhero heights at several hundred miles per hour. At the moment, flights are limited to just a few feet above the ground...

    The suit includes six miniaturized jet engines, two of which are worn on each of the pilots arms, and two of which can be mounted on the feet, or, in later incarnations of the suit, low on the pilots back. Each of the jet engines gets fuel from a backpack. While Gravity hasnt spun up the suit to its full capabilities just yet, thats coming, says founder Richard Browning:

    The suit has enough power to achieve many hundred of miles per hour, he said in an email. But safety is the first priority. We have developed the suit to be reliable, stable, and highly capable at low altitude, running pace speed and able to execute precise maneuvers. However, we are rapidly developing every aspect of the system toward some extraordinary, audacious goals.

    While weve seen tethered water-powered jetpacks and massive shoulder-mounted jet-powered flying suits, we havent seen anything like the foot- and hand-powered flight of Iron Mans fictional Tony Stark, who directs flight via jets in his iron suits feet and palms. The Gravity production isnt exactly like Iron Man, but it is a lot smaller than previous jetpack systems. Plus, it is attached to the pilots arms, and in some iterations feet. Gravity says the human body is the airframe and that your arms and legs serve to both direct and control thrust. - Iron Man IRL: Gravity and Red Bull unveil personal jetpack

    04/05/17 - This and That
    When looking for correlations, some things are not as they seem. - This and That

    04/05/17 - Urban mobility takes shape with Italdesign and Airbus Pop.Up
    During the 87th Geneva International Motor Show, Italdesign and Airbus world-premiered Pop.Up, the first modular, fully electric, zero emission concept vehicle system designed to relieve traffic congestion in crowded megacities. Pop.Up envisages a modular system for multi-modal transportation that makes full use of both ground and airspace. - Urban mobility takes shape with Italdesign and Airbus Pop.Up

    04/05/17 - PodRide e-bike which looks just like a toy car
    Design engineer Mikael Kjellman produced the bizarre PodRide vehicle in stersund, Sweden, with the basic idea of creating a weather protected and more comfortable bicycle.

    Making use of an electric motor, this road-legal e-bicycle car can travel long distances both easier and cheaper whilst maintaining an eco-friendly journey. Mr Kjellman said: 'The basic idea of PodRide is to have a weather protected and more comfortable bicycle.

    'I put a lot of effort into making it practical but it has also proven to be real fun to drive. 'So my solution has been this four-wheeled, fully covered bicycle car.' PodRide allows drivers to sit at the same height as those in normal cars and with extra room in the back for your luggage and shopping bags. Mr Kjellman always knew the importance of making the vehicle practical. He said: 'In the front I have an extra air inlet, headlights and indicator.

    It has a 250w crankshaft engine, with rear suspension, a comfortable, padded seat and you steer with sticks on the side of the vehicle and brake with handles. 'We drive on both rear wheels and with many gears, it can even take on steep hills and rough terrain. 'And to get better ventilation in the summer you can open up the lower part of the front window and both the side windows.

    'I use this small electric heater to defrost the windows when parked outside in the winter.' With a range of 37 miles (60km) and a top engine speed of around 15.5 miles/hour (25km/h), PodRide is road-legal in Sweden and most other countries. And now the team is planning on selling the first batch of models later this year, with an exact price yet to be confirmed. Mr Kjellman added: 'It's still just a prototype, but I've been driving it to work for more than a year now and it has proven to work very well.' - PodRide e-bike which looks just like a toy car

    04/05/17 - Teens who start smoking pot young suffer from lifelong cognitive impairment and respiratory diseases
    Teens who start smoking pot at age 15 or younger are affecting their health. When use begins early, smokers can suffer from cognitive development and even respiratory diseases. But those who don't smoke until age 21 almost never use the drug.

    Teens who start smoking marijuana early could be creating devastating impacts on their health, a new study reveals. Scientists say that those who begin smoking the drug at age 15 or younger may suffer long-term cognitive impairment and physical illnesses. But those who don't smoke until age of 21 are unlikely to develop a lifelong habit, or barely smoke pot at all.

    In terms of overall effects, the study confirmed that marijuana does affect people's physical and mental health when they being smoking at a young age. Particularly, when use began below age 15, the drug was found to cause cognitive impairment, memory loss, diminished IQ, limited educational success and likelihood for developing mental illness. Those who began smoking marijuana at age 17 or younger had an average 62.5 percent lower chance of receiving a high school degree.

    This comes not long after a US study this month found that students who smoke high amounts of cannabis have lower grades and perform worse at school. Physically, early users also suffered higher rates of respiratory diseases and certain cancers. Researchers say that early use is reported to increase the likelihood of long-term habitual use.

    On the other hand, the researchers found that individuals who do not smoke marijuana before the age of 21 almost never use it. The Canadian Task Force on Cannabis Legalization and Regulation recommends that pot use be restricted to those who are age 18 or older. But the researchers say that educational programs, counseling services and a distribution system could help minimize use by young people.

    Dr McIntosh added that with Canada at the cusp of legalization - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced cannabis would be legal in July 2018 - it puts the country in a unique position to begin rigorous study of the drug and its effects. 'We need to start collecting data on it to see what the effects are on people of all ages,' he said. 'You can get all kinds of information on drinking behaviors. They should do that with marijuana.' - Teens who start smoking pot young suffer from lifelong cognitive impairment and respiratory diseases

    04/05/17 - Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce
    Between 1990 and 2007, robots led to the loss of 670,000 manufacturing jobs. This is expected to rise as robots take over tasks previously performed by people. One more robot per thousand workers reduces wages by 0.25-0.5 per cent. The effects on employment for men are 1.5-2 times large than those for women. Losing jobs to robots may also affect lower income occupations more.

    People have been losing jobs to robots since the 1990's, a new report has revealed. When one or more robots was introduced into the workforce between 1990 and 2007, it led to the elimination of an average of six jobs. During those years, robots accounted for the loss of about 670,000 manufacturing jobs, and this is expected to rise in the coming years as robots continue to take over tasks previously performed by people.

    The report, published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, estimated that one more robot per thousand workers reduces wages by 0.25-0.5 per cent. Between 1993 and 2007, the authors of the report wrote that 'the stock of robots in the United States and Western Europe increased fourfold'. It explains that industrial robots are 'fully autonomous machines that do not need a human operator and that can be programmed to perform several manual tasks such as welding, painting, assembling, handling materials or packaging'.

    For example, textile looms, elevators, cranes, transportation bands or coffee makers aren't considered industrial robots because they have a unique purpose, can't be programmed to perform other tasks, and/or require a human to operate them. The effects of automation on employment for men are about 1.5-2 times larger than those for women.

    However, robots can also have a positive effect on the labor market, the researchers said. 'Their positive impact comes from the productivity effect, while their negative impact is due to the direct displacement of workers by robots,' the researchers wrote. The problem of losing jobs to robots may also affect lower income occupations more.

    Last year, a report released by the White House's Council of Economic Advisors (CEA) said that 83 per cent of jobs making less than $20 per hour would come under pressure from automation, as compared to 31 per cent of jobs making between $20 and $40 per hour and 4 per cent of jobs making above $40 per hour. JOBS THAT PAY LESS THAN $20 ARE AT RISK OF ROBOT TAKEOVER. - Six jobs are eliminated for EVERY robot introduced into the workforce

    04/05/17 - Toyota launches $35m project to use AI to search for 'superbatteries' to power electric cars
    Automakers have been investing heavily in developing new batteries and fuel cells to increase the range of electric vehicles. China in particular is banking on the heavy use of electric vehicles in the future.

    Brian Storey, the lead TRI researcher for the new program, said artificial intelligence will be used to identify new possible materials for batteries and fuel and run computer tests to narrow down the field for simulation tests by researchers. Storey said the research will pursue a replacement for platinum as a fuel-cell catalyst.

    'We don't have a ton of platinum on this planet and it costs a lot money,' he said. 'Platinum is a great catalyst, but is there another compound out there that uses little platinum or no platinum at all?' Toyota recognizes that artificial intelligence is a vital basic technology that can be leveraged across a range of industries, and we are proud to use it to expand the boundaries of materials science,' said TRI Chief Science Officer Eric Krotkov.

    'Accelerating the pace of materials discovery will help lay the groundwork for the future of clean energy and bring us even closer to achieving Toyota's vision of reducing global average new-vehicle CO2 emissions by 90 percent by 2050.' The $35 million in projects will merge advanced computational materials modeling, new sources of experimental data, machine learning and artificial intelligence in an effort to reduce the time scale for new materials development from a period that has historically been measured in decades. Research programs will follow parallel paths, working to identify new materials for use in future energy systems as well as to develop tools and processes that can accelerate the design and development of new materials more broadly. - Toyota launches $35m project to use AI to search for 'superbatteries' to power electric cars

    04/05/17 - Bizarre shoulder pads monitor onlooker's gaze
    Wearable uses cameras to find people who are intimately staring at the wearer. Computer vision helps determine how a person is looking at the user If someone is deemed interested, the wearer will feel a ripple go up their back. Wearable warms up when the two meet eyes to make wearer more comfortable

    A tentacle-like wearable is eliminating the uncertainty by sending a 'ripple' up the wearer's back if it deems another person's gaze as flirtatious. Called Ripple, the device uses cameras and computer vision to sense the look of others around the user and determine who is interested based on their stare.

    Ripple scans the area using two cameras. It identifies others around the user that may be interested. The devices uses computer vision to determine who is genuinely interested in the wearer. If someones gaze meets the criteria, the wearable sends an alert to improve the wearer's posture to help them seem more confident. When a new person that is interested is found, the users receives a ripple up their back so they can feel someone is looking at them. Then, if the wearer decide to look in the other persons direction, ripple will tap them on the chest as to let them know they are looking in the right direction. If someones gaze meets the criteria, the wearable sends an alert to improve the wearer's posture to help them seem more confident. And when a new person is deemed interested, the user will also receive a ripple up their back so they can feel someone is looking at them. If the wearer decides to look at the other person, Ripple taps them on the chest as to let them know they are looking in the right direction. - Bizarre shoulder pads monitor onlooker's gaze

    04/05/17 - How to Upgrade Judges with Machine Learning
    When should a criminal defendant be required to await trial in jail rather than at home? Software could significantly improve judges ability to make that callreducing crime or the number of people stuck waiting in jail. In a new study from the National Bureau of Economic Research, economists and computer scientists trained an algorithm to predict whether defendants were a flight risk from their rap sheet and court records using data from hundreds of thousands of cases in New York City. When tested on over a hundred thousand more cases that it hadnt seen before, the algorithm proved better at predicting what defendants will do after release than judges.

    Kleinberg suggests that algorithms could be deployed to help judges without major disruption to the way they currently work in the form of a warning system that flags decisions highly likely to be wrong. Analysis of judges performance suggested they have a tendency to occasionally release people who are very likely to fail to show in court, or to commit crime while awaiting trial. An algorithm could catch many of those cases, says Kleinberg.

    Richard Berk, a professor of criminology at the University of Pennsylvania, describes the study as very good work, and an example of a recent acceleration of interest in applying machine learning to improve criminal justice decisions. The idea has been explored for 20 years, but machine learning has become more powerful, and data to train it more available.

    Berk recently tested a system with the Pennsylvania State Parole Board that advises on the risk a person will reoffend, and found evidence it reduced crime. The NBER study is important because it looks at how machine learning can be used pre-sentencing, an area that hasnt been thoroughly explored, he says.

    However, Berk says that more research is needed into how to ensure that criminal justice algorithms dont lead to unfair outcomes. Last year an investigation by ProPublica found that commercial software developed to help determine which convicts should receive probation was more likely to incorrectly label black people than white people as high risk. - How to Upgrade Judges with Machine Learning

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    04/01/17 - Anonymous: Trump Will Disclose Age Reversal, Free Energy, and Quantum Tech
    This news coincides with announcements by NASA of age reversing pills and faster than light travel technology that will allow us to go to visit newly discovered earth like planets.

    President Trump wants to disclose 1000 classified patents regarding age reversal medicine, free energy, and quantum technology. CIA sources are also saying a secret presidential order was given to release free energy technology as well as existing anti-aging technology.

    The only thing that is blocking humanity from this future of immortality and exponential expansion into the universe is now a small group of people clinging to control of financial computers at the Federal Reserve Board, the Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank and the BIS. These computers need to be physically seized in order to allow the issuance of unlimited funds to let humanity spread its wings and fly.

    You have to watch this! Something big is going to happen in the world. The concerns expressed in the message are really challenging. - Anonymous: Trump Will Disclose Age Reversal, Free Energy, and Quantum Tech

    04/01/17 - Surprising New Role for Lungs: Making Blood
    Cells in Mouse Lungs Produce Most Blood Platelets and Can Replenish Blood-Making Cells in Bone Marrow, Study Shows. Using video microscopy in the living mouse lung, UC San Francisco scientists have revealed that the lungs play a previously unrecognized role in blood production. As reported online March 22, 2017, in Nature, the researchers found that the lungs produced more than half of the platelets blood components required for the clotting that stanches bleeding in the mouse circulation.

    In another surprise finding, the scientists also identified a previously unknown pool of blood stem cells capable of restoring blood production when the stem cells of the bone marrow, previously thought to be the principal site of blood production, are depleted. Mark R. LooneyMark R. Looney, MD This finding definitely suggests a more sophisticated view of the lungs that theyre not just for respiration but also a key partner in formation of crucial aspects of the blood, said pulmonologist Mark R. Looney, MD, a professor of medicine and of laboratory medicine at UCSF and the new papers senior author. What weve observed here in mice strongly suggests the lung may play a key role in blood formation in humans as well.

    The findings could have major implications for understanding human diseases in which patients suffer from low platelet counts, or thrombocytopenia, which afflicts millions of people and increases the risk of dangerous uncontrolled bleeding. The findings also raise questions about how blood stem cells residing in the lungs may affect the recipients of lung transplants.

    Lungs Produce More Than 10 Million Platelets Per Hour - The new study was made possible by a refinement of a technique known as two-photon intravital imaging recently developed by Looney and co-author Matthew F. Krummel, PhD, a UCSF professor of pathology. This imaging approach allowed the researchers to perform the extremely delicate task of visualizing the behavior of individual cells within the tiny blood vessels of a living mouse lung. Matthew F. KrummelMatthew F. Krummel, PhD

    Looney and his team were using this technique to examine interactions between the immune system and circulating platelets in the lungs, using a mouse strain engineered so that platelets emit bright green fluorescence, when they noticed a surprisingly large population of platelet-producing cells called megakaryocytes in the lung vasculature. Though megakaryocytes had been observed in the lung before, they were generally thought to live and produce platelets primarily in the bone marrow. When we discovered this massive population of megakaryocytes that appeared to be living in the lung, we realized we had to follow this up, said Emma Lefranais, PhD, a postdoctoral researcher in Looneys lab and co-first author on the new paper.

    More detailed imaging sessions soon revealed megakaryocytes in the act of producing more than 10 million platelets per hour within the lung vasculature, suggesting that more than half of a mouses total platelet production occurs in the lung, not the bone marrow, as researchers had long presumed. Video microscopy experiments also revealed a wide variety of previously overlooked megakaryocyte progenitor cells and blood stem cells sitting quietly outside the lung vasculature estimated at 1 million per mouse lung.

    Blood Stem Cells in the Lung Can Restore Bone Marrow - The discovery of megakaryocytes and blood stem cells in the lung raised questions about how these cells move back and forth between the lung and bone marrow. To address these questions, the researchers conducted a clever set of lung transplant studies: irst, the team transplanted lungs from normal donor mice into recipient mice with fluorescent megakaryocytes, and found that fluorescent megakaryocytes from the recipient mice soon began turning up in the lung vasculature. This suggested that the platelet-producing megakaryocytes in the lung originate in the bone marrow.

    Its fascinating that megakaryocytes travel all the way from the bone marrow to the lungs to produce platelets, said Guadalupe Ortiz-Muoz, PhD, also a postdoctoral researcher in the Looney lab and the papers other co-first author. Its possible that the lung is an ideal bioreactor for platelet production because of the mechanical force of the blood, or perhaps because of some molecular signaling we dont yet know about. - Surprising New Role for Lungs: Making Blood

    04/01/17 - Singapore one step closer to having flying taxis
    The drones under consideration for taking Singapore passengers are the Hoversurf Scorpion, which is made by a Russian startup, the Volocopter VC200 from German company e-volo, and the Chinese-made Ehang 184. Dubai is also introducing the Ehang 184 as a flying taxi in that city this summer, according to Fortune.

    The head of transportation is also toying with the idea of trolling, driverless buses that set changeable routes based on where riders ask for pickups.

    Permanent Secretary Pang Kin Keong told an audience in Singapore that he believes that there will be a variety of new kinds of public transportation in place by 2030, but that the countrys trains will still be the cornerstone. In 2030, you bet your money that aerial transport will also be a means of urban mobility, he said. - Singapore one step closer to having flying taxis

    04/01/17 - No one knows what to do with the International Space Station
    In 2024 the clock will run out on the International Space Station. Maybe. Thats the arbitrary deadline that Congress imposed back in 2014, at which point they'll have to decide whether or not to keep funding the ISS. And yeah, thats a whole seven years away. But then again...its only seven years away.

    The ISS takes up half of NASAs human exploration budgethalf of the pile of money allotted for things like sending humans to Mars or to an asteroid. And if they want to push further into space exploration, NASA cant keep sinking three to four billion dollars a year into the ISS. Not that its really their decision. Congressspecifically the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technologydecides how much money NASA will get.

    And because politicians arent experts in space travel, they keep holding hearings to discuss what they could possibly do with the ISS in seven years time. Let private industry take it over? Let it crash and burn into the South Pacific? Let the program keep running? The latest hearing took place last week.

    We dont want to fall prey to the sunk cost fallacy, but it does seem a shame to abandon a massive project just after weve finished building it. The ISS has had significant upgrades since assembly began in 1998, and it was only in the last few years that the final modules went up. None of this is to say that the ISS should be funded forever. With the rise of private space travel companies like SpaceX and Virgin Galactic, the ISS could be taken over by industry some day, especially if other companies interested in developing products for use in outer space would pay big bucks to experiment on board. Or maybe Elon Musk will decide he wants to turn it into his own private vacation house. Who can say? - No one knows what to do with the International Space Station

    04/01/17 - NASA spends 72 cents of every SLS dollar on overhead costs
    The new report argues that, given these high costs, NASA should turn over the construction of rockets and spacecraft to the private sector. It buttresses this argument with a remarkable claim about the "overhead" costs associated with the NASA-led programs. These costs entail the administration, management, and development costs paid directly to the space agencyrather than funds spend on contractors actually building the space hardware.

    For Orion, according to the report, approximately 56 percent of the program's cost, has gone to NASA instead of the main contractor, Lockheed Martin, and others. For the SLS rocket and its predecessors, the estimated fraction of NASA-related costs is higher72 percent. This means that only about $7 billion of the rocket's $19 billion has gone to the private sector companies, Boeing, Orbital ATK, Aeroject Rocketdyne, and others cutting metal.

    As Trump takes over, NASA considers alternatives to its Orion spacecraft - By comparison the report also estimates NASA's overhead costs for the commercial cargo and crew programs, in which SpaceX, Boeing, and Orbital ATK are developing and providing cargo and astronaut delivery systems for the International Space Station. With these programs, NASA has ceded some control to the private companies, allowing them to retain ownership of the vehicles and design them with other customers in mind as well. With such fixed-price contracts, the NASA overhead costs for these programs is just 14 percent, the report finds.

    "The government should leave the design work and ownership of the product to the private sector," the report recommends. "NASA engineers and administrators in turn might be very skilled, but their priorities tend to focus on management and regulation. If NASA or the Air Force require a service they should request it from the private market, becoming a customer like everyone else. This will result in increased competition and performance at a lower cost." - NASA spends 72 cents of every SLS dollar on overhead costs

    04/01/17 - Experimental river taxi flies above the surface of the waves
    Last year, a futuristic water taxi startup called SeaBubbles first revealed its bold vision to revolutionize urban travel: a network of autonomous, egg-shaped river shuttles equipped with hydrofoils and distributed to cities situated on major waterways around the globe. The idea seemed pretty far out at the time, but now the creators have shared the first images of their first full-scale prototype exclusively with The Verge. And as you can see, this thing literally flies above the surface of the water.

    The vessels literally hover inches above the water thanks to a similar physics phenomenon that powers the record-setting Hydroptere sailboat in the air. Alain Thebault and Anders Bringdal, a sailor and windsurfer, respectively, started the company in early 2016 and have already raised 4 million ($4.3 million), with a goal of raising 2030 million more to implement the full vision. Backers include the founder of drone maker Parrot, Partech Ventures, and the French government-backed BPI fund. The founders are aiming to have over a dozen vessels in the River Seine in Paris by this summer.

    In an email, Bringdal explained that the boat seen in the video is their first full-scale prototype, which they use as a test platform to determine the best angle for the foils attached to the hull of the boat so as to precisely calibrate the center of gravity. "very important to find the best center of gravity"

    We have camera angles to see foil performance, Bringdal said. It shows the cavitation limit on the foils and allows us to add fences to them [and] make sure they perform as they should. He added, [Its] very important to find the best center of gravity on a longitudinal way so the boat is working as it should with a driver only and with four passengers in it. As you can see in the video, the prototype tilts dangerously to the side at one point, underscoring the importance of finding the appropriate center of gravity. SeaBubbles wont have any luck finding passengers if its vessels are too risky, or passengers get seasick.

    The prototype is about 14 feet long and a little over 7 feet wide. It operates on a 20 kilowatt-hour battery and a 2x10 kilowatt motor. The vessel lifts onto its foils at 5 knots, and can achieve a top speed of 14 knots (or about 16 mph). We have already started to work on the fast version 30 knots top speed, Bringdal said. This will be hitting the water in June [or] July some time. - Experimental river taxi flies above the surface of the waves

    04/01/17 - Fears Grow of Terror in U.S. With Weaponized Civilian Drones
    The successful use of small drones as weapons by terrorists in Middle Eastern war zones is raising concerns among U.S. security agencies that homegrown extremists will utilize them for domestic attacks.

    As millions of light-weight drones flood the consumer market and the federal government struggles with monitoring the devices, counter-terror agencies now see a possibility that they could be used in the U.S. to carry explosives or as surveillance platforms, according to officials at a security conference in Washington on Wednesday.

    The successful use of small drones as weapons by terrorists in Middle Eastern war zones is raising concerns among U.S. security agencies that homegrown extremists will utilize them for domestic attacks. As millions of light-weight drones flood the consumer market and the federal government struggles with monitoring the devices, counter-terror agencies now see a possibility that they could be used in the U.S. to carry explosives or as surveillance platforms, according to officials at a security conference in Washington on Wednesday.

    They are doing all sorts of innovative and experimental things, John Mulligan, deputy director of the U.S. National Counterterrorism Center, said. Weve seen them using them in surveillance. Weve seen them using them in weapons delivery. We can rest assured that they will continue to fine tune their capabilities in this regard. Terror groups outside the U.S., including the Islamic State or ISIS, have in just over a year gone from tentative experiments to more successful and deadly uses of drones. An Associated Press reporter earlier this year visited an ISIS warehouse for drones in Mosul, Iraq, the scene of intense fighting between the group and government troops. Videos on YouTube and other sites show ISIS fighters using drones to drop bombs on opponents.

    Small UAS with a small payload, that can be absolutely deadly, said Mark Lilly, a civilian employee of the Air Force who is an expert in security threats, referring to drones by the acronym for unmanned aerial systems. Small amounts of explosive compounds could be attached to small commercial drones that have been sold in this country, Lilly said.

    Exploding Drones - Anyone who has ever seen or worked with C-4 knows it doesnt take much against a high value target, be it a civil 747 or 757 full of passengers or even on the ramp flying into the intake of an engine and exploding it, he said. DHS, the Federal Aviation Administration and other U.S. agencies are testing systems that can track drones and disable them if they come too close to sensitive sites or airports.

    The technology ranges from specialized radars and radio-frequency monitoring to more traditional tools, including shooting rubber bullets at the devices, said Doug Booth, the director of Lockheed Martin Corp.s efforts to create such tools. He cautioned that multiple sensors may be needed to adequately detect them because its possible for some unmanned aircraft to fly automatically, which means they arent communicating with an operator by radar. Counter-drone measures, such as jamming radio signals, may also run counter to U.S. law, he said. - Fears Grow of Terror in U.S. With Weaponized Civilian Drones

    04/01/17 - This Mesmerising Time-Lapse of Cell Division Is Real, and It's Spectacular
    If you've ever wondered what cell division actually looks like, this incredible time-lapse by francischeefilms on YouTube gives you the best view we've ever seen, showing a real-life tadpole egg dividing from four cells into several million in the space of just 20 seconds.

    Of course, that's lightening speed compared to how long it actually takes - according to Adam Clark Estes at Gizmodo, the time-lapse has sped up 33 hours of painstaking division into mere seconds for our viewing pleasure.

    The species you see developing here is Rana temporaria, the common frog, which lays 1,000 to 2,000 eggs at a time in shallow, fresh water ponds. - This Mesmerising Time-Lapse of Cell Division Is Real, and It's Spectacular

    04/01/17 - $10 Trillion Missing from Pentagon and No One Not Even the DoD Knows Where It Is
    Even though audits of all federal agencies became mandatory in 1996, the Pentagon has apparently made itself an exception, and fully 20 years later stands obstinately orotund in never having complied. Because, as defense officials insist summoning their best impudent adolescent an audit would take too long and, unironically, cost too much.

    Over the last 20 years, the Pentagon has broken every promise to Congress about when an audit would be completed, Rafael DeGennaro, director of Audit the Pentagon, told the Guardian recently. Meanwhile, Congress has more than doubled the Pentagons budget. Worse, President Trumps newly-proposed budget seeks to toss an additional $54 billion into the evidently bottomless pit that is the U.S. military more for interventionist policy, more for resource-plundering, more for proxy fighting, and, of course, more for jets and drones to drop more bombs suspiciously often on civilians. Maybe.

    Because, without the mandated audit, the DoD could be purchasing damned near anything, at any cost, and use, or give, it to anyone, for any reason. Officials with the Government Accountability Office and Office of the Inspector General have catalogued egregious financial disparities at the Pentagon for years yet the Defense Department grouses the cost and energy necessary to perform an audit in compliance with the law makes it untenable. Astonishingly, the Pentagons own watchdog tacitly approves this technically-illegal workaround and the legally-gray and, yes, literally, on-the-books-corrupt practices in tandem to what would incontrovertibly be a most unpleasant audit, indeed.

    Take the following of myriad examples, called plugging, for which Pentagon bookkeepers are not only encouraged to conjure figures from thin air, but, in many cases, they would be physically and administratively incapable of performing the job without doing so without ever having faced consequences for this brazen cooking of books.

    To wit, Reuters reported the results of an investigation into Defenses magical number-crunching well over three years ago, on November 18, 2013 detailing the illicit tasks of 15-year employee, Linda Woodford [who] spent the last 15 years of her career inserting phony numbers in the U.S. Department of Defenses accounts.

    In fact, so many American weapons and supplies lost by the DoD and CIA become the property of actual terrorists who then use them sadistically against civilians and strategically against our proxies and theirs it would be negligent not to describe the phenomenon as pattern, whether or not intent exists behind it. - $10 Trillion Missing from Pentagon and No One Not Even the DoD Knows Where It Is

    04/01/17 - Dr. Robert Beck - Psychotronics 1980s
    This is one of the videos where you need to be taking notes. Bob Beck was very open with sharing his projects and experiments and I wish I had more time to spend with him before his death. - Dr. Robert Beck - Psychotronics 1980s

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