armyUS Army Approves Plans for Microwave, Laser and Hypersonic Weapons

The US Army has approved plans for high-powered microwave weapons, laser weapons and the development of hypersonic missiles. The Army will test a 50-kilowatt laser on an 8×8 Stryker armored vehicle by 2021 and then a 100-kW one on a …

future weaponsIron Man Is Beyond Current Tech But Armor and Weapons Upgrades Are Here

The $80 million Special Ops TALOS exoskeleton failed to develop real-life Iron Man exoskeleton armor. The energy systems and other technology are not ready. However, a dozen components will be developed. Special Ops will spend $16 million to develop components …

elon muskSpaceX Will Start Super Heavy Construction in Three Months

Elon Musk has tweeted that SpaceX will start construction of the booster stage of the Super Heavy Starship in three months. The first prototype will have 20 Raptor engines instead of 31 to lower the amount of hardware at risk. …

businessSpaceX Has Money to Make Starlink Operational Which Will Then Pay for Starship

SpaceX has raised over $1 billion and this will be enough money to make and deploy the 720 Starlink satellites that are needed for an operational constellation. Musk said SpaceX will have most of the space launch revenue at $3 …

businessSpaceX Starlink Will Equal Launch Revenue in 2020 and Will Make Elon the World’s Richest Person by 2023

SpaceX has successfully deployed sixty production versions of the Starlink Satellite. They are targeting six Starlink launches through the next six months. Those six launches will place 360 Starlink satellites into orbit.

businessTheresa May Resigns and Banks Have 25-40% Odds for a No-Deal Brexit

U.S. bank JPMorgan has raised its probability of a no-deal Brexit to 25%. They think the most likely scenario is Boris Johnson will become prime minister and then there will be a parliamentary election. They believe there is a 60% …

boring companyBoring Company Uses Tesla With Autopilot for 127 MPH Tunnel Speeds

Boring Company has a video showing Tesla’s with autopilot driving at 127 mph in Boring tunnels. They are not using sleds or guide wheels. This would mean if Boring Company can build the tunnels at the low-cost they are projecting …