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aging20 firm orders to Aerion supersonic business jet for delivery in about 2023 so the wealthy 0.1% will fly twice as fast as others

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Aerion Corporation is making a 8-12 passenger AS2 supersonic business jet, with key engineering support provide by the Airbus Group. Aerion has set a target to achieve FAA certification in 2021 and enter service in 2023 Aerion recently announced that …

agricultureApple unveils 12.9 inch iPad Pro which will have a physical keyboard like Microsoft and a Stylus like Samsung Galaxy

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Apple has unveiled the new iPad Pro. The 12.9-inch screen is big enough to support a full-sized keyboard. * The display measure 2732 x 2048 resolution, or 5.6 million pixels * iPad Pro will boast an A9X chip, 1.8 times …

crisprSuperconducting magnetic space radiation shielding

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The European Union SR2S project not only investigates the principles and the scientific problems (of magnetic shielding), but it also faces the complex issues in engineering. Superconducting magnets, commonly found in MRI scanners, produce stronger, more efficient magnetic fields using …

antiagingFuture hotter and more efficient coal plants

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The hotter coal (or any thermal plant – natural gas and nuclear) can run then the more efficient they can be. Upgrading existing plants and building new high-efficiency, low-emissions (HELE) coal-fired power plants addresses climate change concerns in two important …

antiagingSoftbank, Foxconn and Alibaba are joining to sell $1600 humanoid robots like Pepper

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Foxconn Technology Group, Japan’s Softbank Corp and Alibaba are planning to set up a joint venture to produce robots, Japan’s Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported yesterday. Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai Group, and Softbank have agreed on the joint venture …

antiagingForeign aid criticism from 2009 and a shift to 2014 evidence based foreign aid

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An article from 2009 discussed how international aid was hurting Africa Money from rich countries has trapped many African nations in a cycle of corruption, slower economic growth and poverty. Cutting off the flow would be far more beneficial. The …

diseaseLunar laser communication record at 622 Megabits per second and Gbps system should launch in 2017

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Laser communication demonstrated to space based systems will enable broadband communication to facilities on the moon and in high orbit around the Earth. The Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD) will demonstrate optical communications relay services between GEO and Earth over …

agingSamsung Galaxy S4 expected April of 2013 and a cheaper version of the Galaxy Note 2

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Slashgear – SamMobile reports that their sources have said a new device known internally as “Project J” will be announced in April of next year, and they say it’s the Galaxy S IV, which is currently rumored to come with …

antiagingUpdate on China’s High Temperature Gas-cooled Reactor HTR-PM

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A key nuclear research project for China is the demonstration Shidaowan HTR-PM. It will have 210 MWe (two reactor modules, each of 250 MWt) which is being built at Shidaowan in Shandong province, driving a single steam turbine at about …

diseaseCarnival of Nuclear Energy 130

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The Carnival of Nuclear Energy 130 is up at Atomic Insights. Canadian Energy Issues – Modern cities cannot function without electricity. That electricity is usually the product of other people from outside of the city, which, says Steve Aplin, illustrates …