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German Official Calls for Moon Mission by 2015

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A German moon shot could create jobs and spur technological development, a CDU politician says. Sending a spacecraft to the moon might seem like an ambitious goal for Germany. But a senior government minister has called for just such a mission, arguing that it would create much-needed jobs. Peter Hintze, the German government official responsible for aerospace and space travel, has called for Germany... 
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Israel looking for a port to anchor its new German-built subs

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Submarine warfare seems to be in vogue in the Middle East these days, with Israel leading the way. Iran, Algeria and Egypt are also planning to acquire new submarines that could operate in the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea, the Red Sea and the Mediterranean. Israel’s surprise deployment of one of its German-built Dolphin boats, the 1,500-ton Leviathan, in the Red Sea in late June underscored... 

Europe and Russia ready to land on Planet Mars

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An international crew of six men spent 105 days in isolation, imitating a flight to the Red Planet as part of an experiment. It took place at the Institute of Medical and Biological Studies in Moscow and has just finished. America ruled by an African President, Obama is more concerned with Anti-Racism, Political Correctness, Sexual minorities rights, affirmative action, liberalism and other pseudo... 

Leftist SPD pressure Angela Merkel to abandon Nuclear Energy Plans for Germany

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Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats, CDU have rejected opposition calls to accelerate the country’s nuclear phase-out. They say Germany should extend the operational life of the nation’s reactors. One day after Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel questioned Germany’s reliance on nuclear fuel, the CDU has made it clear that it has no plans for an energy policy turnabout. On... 

Siemens company fined $100 million by US-based World Bank for "past misconduct"

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German industrial giant Siemens will pay $100 million over 15 years into a fund to fight corruption after probes revealed fraud at its subsidiaries, the jewish World Bank said. Siemens has also agreed not to bid for business from the Washington-based jewish World Bank for two years as part of its punishment following the anti-corruption investigations. “The World Bank Group today announced a... 

Nazi Stealth Jet Could Have Won War for Hitler

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Meet the “wonder weapon” that could have won the war for Hitler. Called the Horten 229, the radical “flying wing” fighter-bomber looked and acted a lot like the U.S. Air Force’s current B-2 — right down to the “stealth” radar-evading characteristics. Unfortunately for the world, the Ho 229 wasn’t put into mass production before Nazi Germany surrendered... 

The Best Jet-Fighters are Made in Europe

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-Eurofighter typhoon (Germany, Britain, Spain, Italy) -Dassault Rafale (France) -Saab Gripen (Sweden) -Mirage 2000 (France)  Read More »

Russia loses Billion Dollars in defense fight with France

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Russia is losing its positions on the Indian arms market. Russia has lost a billion-dollar tender for the delivery of fuel aircraft to this country in spite of the fact that India is one of the key buyers of Russian arms. It was not the first time when Russia failed to sign contracts with India. Experts say that Russia may entirely lose the Indian market if it continues to offer outdated defense technology... 

German Wonder Weapons of World War Two

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Made in Germany, 1940-1945 The Second World War was a period of remarkable advances in technology and many new weapons were invented during this period, some of which entered production and actually saw service in the war, while others never left the drawing board. Most of us are familiar with the secret weapons the Nazis had at their disposal in the last months of the war that were expected to turn... 

65 years later, Allies are finally able to understand Nazi Stealth Fighter

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Top stealth-plane experts have re-created a radical, nearly forgotten Nazi aircraft: the Horten 2-29, a retro-futuristic fighter that arrived too late in World War II to make it into mass production. (See Hitler’s stealth fighter in pictures.) The engineers’ goal was to determine whether the so-called stealth fighter was truly radar resistant. In the process, they’ve uncovered new... 

Why is Microsoft Internet Explorer soo Slow? It was Outsourced to India

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Microsoft shifted operations to India, meaning low class workers from India are taking the jobs from more competent American engineers. According to U.S. daily Seattle Times, the Redmond, Wash.-based software giant is relocating its customer support work in Texas and North Carolina to India. The two centers, which handles e-mail and phone queries on Microsoft software, currently employ about 800 workers... 

XM-25: The US Army's first Smart shoulder-fired weapon invented by Germans

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Developed jointly by the German arms manufacturer Heckler & Koch and the US company Alliant Techsystems (ATK Corporation), the XM-25 is a semi-automatic, shoulder-fired weapon with a five-round magazine and weighs in at around 14 pounds (6.3kg) – about the same weight as an M-16 with a 203 grenade launcher. The weapon’s XM116 integral fire system provides the weapon with its precision and... 

America Takes A Body Blow: Chrysler Bankrupt, GM in trouble

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There is no way Obama can spin or fast-talk his way out of this one. Nor can he blame it on Bush as this is happening months into Obama’s presidency. Chrysler has just gone bankrupt and GM is not far behind. An AFP article reports “Chrysler was forced into bankruptcy protection Thursday… Chrysler said most of its plants will be ‘temporarily’ idled until the transaction is complete… Senior... 

Cyborg People Concept

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Watch these 2 amazing videos here and tell us what you think. Can people morph into cyborgs to become more powerful and to live forever? A head can survive without it’s body thanks to Russian scientist Sergei S. Bryukhonenko Bodies that can replace the normal flesh bodies, thanks to robots  Read More »

Romanian Car Dacia Presented at Geneva the Future Dacia Duster 2009

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Dacia is Renault’s low budget Eastern European brand with big ambitions. As you can see from this Duster concept, Dacia proves style doesn’t have to cost big bucks. The Dacia – pronounced DA-chee-a, don’tcha know – Duster is a stylish coupe crossover that’s designed to be as cheap, practical and robust as it is good looking. But we think it might just be a jack of too many trades… At... 
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