This site provided two artices: 1. Lasermotive, winner of the power beaming competition of the space elevator games, provides details on power beaming to UAVs and powerbeaming among ground facilities.
2. The path to Bose Einstein condensate positrinium then leads to gamma ray lasers which then leads to better laser nuclear fusion.
NASA is seeing, for the first time, evidence of microbial life from space. Do you see where I’m going with this? Yes, now NASA has means to look for signs of life elsewhere in the solar system.
Using their Advanced Land Imager (ALI) on the EO-1 satellite, NASA has managed to identify a region of the Arctic where bacteria is staining the ice. Borup Fiord Pass on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian Arctic is unique in that it is the only known location on the planet where sulfur is being pumped to the surface via a natural spring over ice. The result is a dirty yellow stain with contrasting white surroundings.
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