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Robot Driven Cars May Rack Up More Miles

Written by on March 14, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
Robot Driven Cars May Rack Up More Miles

Whether you love the idea or hate it, the self-driving car is likely coming soon, and it’s going to have a huge impact. I wrote about why the Google car could change everything, and noted that since cars were parked 90 percent of the time, it was likely that we might need 90 percent fewer of them and they would always be on the move doing something.

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Russell Brand On Why You Shouldn’t Buy an Apple “SpiWatch”

Written by on March 11, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
Russell Brand On Why You Shouldn’t Buy an Apple “SpiWatch”

Russell Brand goes off on Apple and the spying tactics of America’s NSA and Brittain. Admittedly, he’s a tad harsh on the company (that undoubtedly does have some employees that do care about the users of the iwatch) but he does make a lot of good points (and cites some good sources) about our right to privacy and the uncomfortably cozy relationships between big information and tech Corporations (like Apple, Google, and Facebook) and various world governments.

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Solar Flare Energy Gives Elites Power to Control Our Weather

Solar Flare Energy Gives Elites Power to Control Our Weather

New video shows how Solar Flare Energy from the sun is being used to control the earth’s weather and accelerate the Fraudulent Climate Change Agenda to get all nations to submit to the New World Order.

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MIT Research may Lead to Finding Habitable Distant Worlds

Written by on March 6, 2015 in Earth & Space, Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 0 Comments
MIT Research may Lead to Finding Habitable Distant Worlds

MIT researchers have developed a new method of detecting clouds present in the atmosphere of distant exoplanets.

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Researchers Develop First Quantum Device Of Its Kind

Written by on March 4, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 1 Comment
Researchers Develop First Quantum Device Of Its Kind

In what they are calling a major milestone, the researchers in the Martinis Lab have developed quantum circuitry that self-checks for errors and suppresses them, preserving the qubits’ state(s) and imbuing the system with the highly sought-after reliability that will prove foundational for the building of large-scale superconducting quantum computers.

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Lockheed Martin’s New Fusion Reactor Might Change Humanity Forever

Written by on February 26, 2015 in Eco-Friendly, Technology with 1 Comment
Lockheed Martin’s New Fusion Reactor Might Change Humanity Forever

This is an invention that might change civilization as we know it: A compact fusion reactor developed by Skunk Works, the stealth experimental technology division of Lockheed Martin.

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Here’s How Microscopic Drones May Soon Be Used to Prevent Heart Attacks

Written by on February 19, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
Here’s How Microscopic Drones May Soon Be Used to Prevent Heart Attacks

Would you believe that teeny, tiny microscopic drones could be used inside your body to prevent heart attacks? Researchers have completed the first successful test of nanoparticles that are targeted to go where they are needed in mice, and hope to soon conduct the first patient trials. These nanoparticles are designed to latch onto hard plaques in the arteries made from fat, cholesterol and calcium, which cause heart disease. Once they reach their target the little drones release a drug derived from a natural protein that repairs inflammation damage in the body. Each of the tiny particles made from a plastic-like material is 1,000 times smaller the tip of the human hair.

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DARPA Develops Implant With “Terminator” Vision: “Plugs directly into a person’s DNA and visual cortex”

Written by on February 19, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
DARPA Develops Implant With “Terminator” Vision: “Plugs directly into a person’s DNA and visual cortex”

DARPA researchers believe the gene modifying optical technology will be able to restore vision to the blind and impaired, and replaced current conceptions of virtual reality, with an internal display that will provide vital stats and more about the object in view.

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The New Home Battery : Is Off Grid Living About to Become Mainstream?

Written by on February 18, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 6 Comments
The New Home Battery : Is Off Grid Living About to Become Mainstream?

Tesla Motors CEO and entrepreneur Elon Musk has a new invention up his sleeve that will help power homes at low cost, and it will make living off-grid easier than ever.

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As Early as 2016, Robot Cops Will Be Patrolling Your Streets…….No, Seriously

Written by on February 16, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 1 Comment
As Early as 2016, Robot Cops Will Be Patrolling Your Streets…….No, Seriously

By 2016, there will likely be a 6-foot tall police robot patrolling the streets and handing out parking tickets. The Telebot, developed by Florida International University’s Discovery Lab, has been field-tested and is undergoing final tune up. With a swiveling head and dexterous fingers, the humanoid robot is controlled remotely by a person wearing an Oculus Rift headset and motion-tracking vest, arm bands, and gloves. The voice of the remote operator is transmitted through the robot to the unfortunate citizen on the receiving end.

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Banish Smartphones and Computers From Bedroom To Get A Good Sleep, Say Scientists

Written by on February 13, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
Banish Smartphones and Computers From Bedroom To Get A Good Sleep, Say Scientists

A study teenagers found that those who used a computer in the hour before bedtime were nearly three times as likely to get less than five hours sleep.

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World’s First Robot-Staffed Hotel To Open in Japan

Written by on February 8, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
World’s First Robot-Staffed Hotel To Open in Japan

A Japanese theme park is opening the world’s first robot-staffed hotel in July. The hotel is named Henn-na Hotel – meaning Strange Hotel. Guests will be greeted by robots sitting behind mechanical desks and the luggage will be carried by mechanoid porters. The robot-receptionists will be able to engage in intelligent conversations with human guests. Even the room cleaning will be carried out by mechanical staff, and instead of keys guests will access their rooms using a facial recognition system.

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4-Year-Old Boy Receives World’s First Artificial Pancreas

Written by on January 29, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
4-Year-Old Boy Receives World’s First Artificial Pancreas

Xavier Hames four-year-old boy in Australia became the first person to receive an “artificial pancreas.” The artificial pancreas features a sensor that reads blood sugar levels and communicates to the pump, which is connected to the body underneath the skin to administer the insulin. Unlike traditional pumps, this new technology does not deliver a constant stream of insulin to the body. Instead, the artificial pancreas uses an algorithm to track blood sugar levels over time, predicting when insulin is no longer required. This reduces the risk of dangerously low blood sugar levels, known as hypoglycemia.

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Beam Me Up Scotty: German Scientists Invent Working Teleporter, Of Sorts

Written by on January 25, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Technology with 0 Comments
Beam Me Up Scotty: German Scientists Invent Working Teleporter, Of Sorts

Scientists from the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam have invented a real-life teleporter system that can scan in an object and “beam it” to another location. Not quite the dematerialisation and reconstruction of science fiction, the system relies on destructive scanning and 3D printing.

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Why You Shouldn’t Fear Artificial Intelligence

Written by on January 24, 2015 in Sci-Tech, Science, Technology with 0 Comments
Why You Shouldn’t Fear Artificial Intelligence

Stephen Hawking and Elon Musk have warned us of the dangers of Artificial Intelligence, but is AI really going to be the downfall of humanity?

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