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communicationComputing exponentially faster using DNA

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Researchers from The University of Manchester have shown that it is possible to build a new super-fast form of computer that “grows as it computes”. Professor Ross D King and his team have demonstrated for the first time the feasibility …

communicationNew year and new Navy gatling guns for USA and China

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The Phalanx, or CIWS, is an area weapon engineered to use a high rate of fire and ammunition to blanket a given area, thus destroying or knocking threats out of the sky before they reach a ship. The Phalanx CIWS, …

broadbandArvind Subramanian says that India can still fix their problems

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India’s recent budget prepared by incumbent bureaucrats, not incoming politicians. It represented continuity—which surprisingly was endorsed by much of the post-budget commentary—when the need of the hour was change. The following analysis focuses on macroeconomic rather than real sector policies. …

future3D printing huge objects will impact the world economy not small hobbyist crap

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China is investing heavily in 3D printing, just like those in the U.S. and Europe. In June, China announced a gigantic 3D printer, which they claimed was the world’s largest at the time, with a 1.8 meter build diameter. Basically …

chinaOne new physics theory suggests no Big Bang and another suggests that the Higgs could change and start a Big Crunch at any moment

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1. There is a theory called “rainbow gravity,”. It posits that gravity’s effects on spacetime are felt differently by different wavelengths of light. Rainbow gravity was first proposed 10 years ago as a possible step toward repairing the rifts between …

broadbandSelf-assembling hybrid diamond-biological quantum devices at room temperature

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Researchers have begun to self-assemble quantum components on the nanometer scale. This is beginning of a multi-decade process to revolutionize the computing. An international team of physicists say they’ve used biological self-assembly techniques to make diamond-based prototypes of the quantum …

communicationHealthier for people, more environmentally friendly and more efficient fish farming that is independent of any wild fish feedstocks

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1. Australian CSIRO scientists have perfected the Novacq™ prawn feed additive. Farmed prawns fed with Novacq grow on average 30 per cent faster, are healthier and can be produced with no fish products in their diet, a world-first achievement in …

cloud computingClassical computers can be optimized but Quantum computers will get faster

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In 2008, Scott Aaronson said Even if D-Wave managed to build (say) a coherent 1,024-qubit machine satisfying all of its design specs, it’s not obvious it would outperform a classical computer on any problem of practical interest. This is true …

antennaQuantum Machine Learning Singularity from Google, Kurzweil and Dwave ?

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Dwave’s 512 qubit system can speedup the solution of Google’s machine learning algorithms by 50,000 times in 25% of the problem cases. This could make it the fastest system for solving Google’s problems. Google and Dwave have been working on …

communicationNebel making DC Transformer which can enable a worldwide electrical grid and eliminate energy storage for solar and wind power

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Rick Nebel used to run the IEC fusion project at EMC2. EMC2 fusion is a promising approach to commercial nuclear fusion. Richard Nebel was interviewed in May, 2009 by Nextbigfuture on EMC2 fusion. Rick left the EMC2 Fusion project a …