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New Car Exhaust Attachment Eliminates Emissions to Zero, No More Taxes?

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The carbon dioxide from car exhausts is one of the biggest contributors to air pollution, which allegedly also leads to the greenhouse effect and contributes to the so-called global warming hoax… even though it has been proven real scientists (instead of “specialists” such as Al Gore) that the one and only who dictates the temperatures on... 

3D ‘invisibility cloak’ unveiled by NY scientists

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A news ‘invisibility’ cloaking device has been unveiled by US scientists, which they say can be constructed at home, causes no distortion of objects in the background, and can conceal objects in 3D from different angles. Scientists from upstate New York’s University of Rochester have managed to create the device, which looks like a set of optometrist’s... 

FAA approves unmanned aircraft usage in movie and TV production

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Six movie making and television companies have finally been given a go-ahead to use drones for filming after the FAA endorsed their requests for exemptions from a ban on commercial drone operations in the US, paving way for further easing. With the government’s announcement, six companies, Aerial MOB LLC, Astraeus Aerial, HeliVideo Productions LLC, Pictorvision... 

Terminator 2-style liquid metal could create morphing electronics

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Remember how blobs of liquid metal morphed into Robert Patrick’s T-1000, the ultimate killing machine in Terminator 2? North Carolina scientists say that sci-fi fantasy is now reality, as a low-voltage current can be used to create morphing electronics. In the research by a group of scientists at North Carolina State University (NCSU), an alloy of liquid... 

Boeing, SpaceX win NASA approval for transport project

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This handout photo provided September 16, 2014 by the Boeing Company shows an artist’s rendition of the Crew Space Transportation (CST)-100 next to the International Space Station (ISS). Boeing and Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, aka SpaceX, have won the US space agency’s approval to undertake the project to transport astronauts to the International... 

Steve Jobs Didn’t Let His Kids Use iPads

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Technocratic elites realize electronic devices are tools of distraction, dumbing down. A recent New York Times article exemplified how technological and billionaire elites live by different standards than they prescribe to the American populace. A piece entitled “Steve Jobs Was a Low-Tech Parent,” discusses how the late Apple CEO refused to allow his children... 

Australia develops paper-thin 3D Printable Solar Panels capable of powering Anything

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Printable solar panels are going to be available to us very soon and could power “entire skyscrapers,” Australian researchers say. The very near future will see personal electronic charging transformed, but the potential is growing quickly. A team of 50 scientists in various fields worked for years to develop paper-thin, printable solar panels as part of... 

China to get electronic vehicle charging network

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A tie-up between electronic car pioneer Tesla Motors and mobile phone company China Unicom is to see the setting up of a charging network for electronic vehicles across the country. Peggy Yang, a spokeswoman for Tesla, which already has 200 dedicated charging outlets across China, said the project eyes setting up of 400 charging points in 120 cities. She said... 

Russia, China closing military gap with US, Hagel says

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US Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel Russia and China are increasingly closing the technology gap with the US military by developing weapons systems that challenge traditional US advantages, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel said. Hagel was speaking Wednesday to members of the Southeastern New England Defense Industry Alliance at a conference on defense innovation,... 

US scientists working on mind-controlled drones for military use

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A U.S. Air Force MQ-1 Predator unmanned aerial vehicle University researchers in Texas say they are designing a new type of drone, one that could be controlled simply and only with a soldier’s mind. If successful, the project would allow soldiers to command future drones in ways beyond simple navigational commands. While troops would be able to order a drone... 

US hypersonic weapon mission aborted after launch

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This US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) artists rendering shows the Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2). Technical complication has resulted in the termination of a mission to test a US hypersonic weapon and the destruction of the weapon itself. The weapon, known as the Advanced Hypersonic Weapon, which was developed by Sandia National... 

China to develop Supersonic Submarine that could reach US in 2 hours

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Traveling from Shanghai to San Francisco in under two hours may sound like a fantasy, but China believes it’s figured out how to design an underwater vehicle that can make the idea a reality. More worryingly, though, is the possibility that the technology will be used to develop even more dangerous weaponry. According to the South China Morning Post (SCMP),... 

Iran completes Missile Defense System similar to Russian S-300

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This is the first photo of Iran’s homegrown Bavar-373 missile defense system. Iran has finished manufacturing a homegrown missile defense system, which is as powerful as the S-300 system that Russia refused to deliver to the Islamic Republic. The Fars news agency published on Friday the first images of the long-range Bavar-373 missile defense system, saying... 

Completion of Australia’s largest solar plant at risk

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Mildura Solar Power Station Silex Systems, the company constructing Australia’s biggest solar plant, has suspended its funding following reports the national Renewable Energy Target (RET) could be scaled back or done away with altogether. The 100-megawatt Mildura Solar Concentrator Power Station, a $70 million project in Victoria, was supposed to provide electricity... 

Scientists develop self-assembling robot

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A team of engineers from Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology engineers have developed an affordable self-assembling robot. The android is made of a sheet of composite paper, which has had different parts, including hinges, motors, batteries, and a microcontroller, installed upon it. Having been fitted with the batteries, the automaton starts to... 
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