Update on the construction of islands and airfields in the South China Sea

The Sydney Morning Herald has photos of the transformation of a couple of islands in the South China Sea. This is an update on the construction of islands and airfieldsin the South China Sea. Before in May After End of July The Planned Airfields The CGI plans show a runway, hangars for fast jets, a …

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China may add double the hydro power Three Gorges Dam every year until 2030 to fight coal pollution

China is expected to spend more than $3.9 trillion on installing 88 GW of new power stations every year between now and 2030 – and more than half of them will be hydropower plants according to Bloomberg New Energy Finance. China’s power capacity will more than double by 2030 and renewables including large hydro will …

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Moore’s law will hit an economic wall sometime in early 2020s

Moore’s Law — the ability to pack twice as many transistors on the same sliver of silicon every two years — will come to an end as soon as 2020 at the 7nm node says Robert Colwell who now works for DARPA (trying to pick after CMOS technology) and was Intel’s chief chip architect from …

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Potential game changing gel can repair damaged hearts

There are currently no treatments that can repair the damage associated with this so-called ‘myocardial infarction’ (MI), but a potential solution is now showing promise in a large-animal model. Reporting today in Science Translational Medicine, a team of bioengineers at the University of California–San Diego (UCSD) has developed a protein-rich gel that appears to help …

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