Peer Reviewed EmDrive AIAA paper is on the way

Dr Jose Rodal posted on the NASA Spaceflight forum that the new paper will be entitled “Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio Frequency Cavity in Vacuum” and is authored by “Harold White, Paul March, Lawrence, Vera, Sylvester, Brady and Bailey.” Rodal said that the paper will be published in the AIAA Journal of …

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US Air Force is looking at improving stealth of existing fighters and bombers and boosting range with sneakier and tougher aerial refueling planes

The US Air Force’s next-generation air dominance (NGAD) [aka what was the sixth generation fighter project] project is still moving forward and will include improvements to low-observable capability and aircraft range, according to the service’s top scientific research and technology official. The USAF in May released its “Air Superiority 2030 Flight Plan” announcing that it …

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Carbon nanotube nonvolatile NRAM memory 1000 times faster than Flash will be commercially released by the end of 2018 by Nantero and Fujitsu

Nantero, Fujitsu Semiconductor and Mie Fujitsu Semiconductor today announced an agreement for Fujitsu and Mie Fujtisu to license that Nantero’s technology for NRAM, non-volatile RAM using carbon nanotubes, and to conduct joint development towards releasing a product based on 55-nm process technology. Three companies are aiming to develop a product using NRAM non-volatile RAM that …

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Carnival of Space 473

1. Universe Today New Visualization Of Waves In Saturn’s Rings Puts You In The Keeler Gap 2. Universe Today – 5 Days, 2 Spectacular Conjunctions 3. Universe Today – A History Of Violence: Iron Found in Fossils Suggests Supernova Role In Mass Dying 4. Urban Astronomer – One of modern astronomy’s most enduring hoaxes comes …

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US Marines certain about putting combat lasers on KC-130 gunship and F-35B jet with development on track for 2021 airborne tests

Lt. Gen. Robert Walsh, the commanding general of Marine Corps Combat Development Command, said Tuesday that he could “absolutely” see putting a laser on the service’s F-35B variant in the future…. “Because of the size and weight requirements for a laser, we’d probably start off with a KC-130,” Walsh said at a Defense Writers Group …

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Pre:lude has $100 million in funding to address infertility #gsummit

Our bodies are not in synch with our lives. Women are having babies too late. Prelude will offer the latest technology in fertility preservation, genetic diagnosis and IVF to increase your chances of having a healthy child when the time is right. Prelude offers different payment plans and financing options that adapt to your needs, …

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Made in Space wins the Singularity University Grand Challenge in space #gsummit

Singularity University Grand Challenge in space end goal is Safe and Equitable use and stweardship of space resources and technologies for the benefit of humanity and our future as a multi-planetary species Made in Space has won the Singularity University Grand Challenge in space Made in Space is the only organization ever in history to …

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Smartstones is the Singularity University Grand Challenge Winner in Learning #gsummit

Singularity University Grand Challenge in Learning End goal – Access to information and experiences that build knowledge and skills for all people at all stages of their lives for personal fulfillment and benefit to society Winner of the Learning challenge is Smartstones Smartstones makes the Prose application. Smartstones is a “Democratizing Voice” for 370 million …

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Lowesbot will be placed into all 11 Lowe’s Stores in the Bay Area #gsummit

Lowes and Singularity University will place Lowesbots into all 11 Lowe’s stores in the Bay Area A customer’s experience in retail stores remained relatively unchanged for decades, but their expectations changed significantly. Lowe’s Innovation Labs partnered with Fellow Robots to introduce Autonomous Retail Service Robot technology to amplify the shopping experience for customers and employees. …

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Nextbigfuture had transferred domain hosting to Google – Naked Domain problem resolved

Apologies for the problems again with the URL. The Naked domain problem should now be resolved (there might still be a delay in DNS propogation or caching.) But I believe staging-nextbigfuture.kinsta.cloud forwards to staging-nextbigfuture.kinsta.cloud. Apologies again for the site problems Brian WangBrian Wang is a Futurist Thought Leader and a popular Science blogger with 1 …

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View smart nanotechnology glass is in 250 commercial buildings #gsummit

Solar radiation and glare are reduced when the View glass is tinted, creating a comfortable indoor climate for occupants. By admitting natural daylight and rejecting unwanted solar glare, View Dynamic Glass significantly reduces annual energy costs. Control View Dynamic Glass from anywhere, create schedules, track energy efficiency and manage entire buildings with our mobile app. …

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