The flow of science largely controlled by just six corporate publishing groups, which by calculated design have been gobbling up the journal market since the 1970s. Many smaller publishers have been absorbed into larger ones, academic research groups increasingly beholden to the interests of these major publishers, which tend to favor large industries like pharmaceuticals and vaccines.
The new technology “will fully suppress communications, navigation and target location, and the use of high-precision weapons”,“The system will be used against cruise missiles and will suppress satellite-based radio location systems.“It will actually switch off enemy weapons.”
Gates Foundation-funded birth-control microchip implants. Wireless technology allows remotely controlled chip to turn a woman's ability to conceive off or on at will technology funded by eugenics depopulation fanatics.
Spanish company Vortex Bladeless: aerodynamic effect occurs when wind breaks against a solid structure; Vortex structure starts to oscillate and captures the energy that produced. No gears, linkages, moving parts in contact; very few things that can break, less down time, maintaining costs are low.
Two self-driving prototype cars, one operated by Google Inc and the other by Delphi Automotive Plc, had a close call on a Silicon Valley street earlier this week, a Delphi executive told Reuters on Thursday. It was believed to be the first such incident involving two vehicles specially equipped for automated driving.
just a couple of weeks ago NASA publicly announced that it knew of “no asteroid or comet currently on a collision course with Earth” and that “no large object is likely to strike the Earth any time in the next several hundred years“ Could it be possible that they know something that they are not telling us?
The hoverbike, remote-controlled versions of which are already flying, is heavily based on drone technology, powered by four bladed fans in protective casings. The design is intended to provide stability, speed and, the company hopes, the same range as a small helicopter.
French authorities are looking into how a lamb genetically modified with jellyfish protein was sold as meat. The jellyfish-lamb, called “Rubis”, was sent to the National Institute for Agricultural Research in Paris last year and somehow ended up on a butcher’s slab.
The federal government has lifted a key restriction on medical marijuana that, to date, had made the substance difficult to research. A broad coalition of politicians supported the move. “The White House is right to lift a major barrier to conducting essential medical marijuana research.”
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration; NHTSA : In-car Breathalyzers for everyone. The Driver Alcohol Detection System For Safety; DADSS will “passively sample” your body’s chemical composition using infrared spectroscopy to measure your blood alcohol content by reading the light reflected through blood vessels just below the skin when you touch ignition button, steering wheel or gearshift lever. If the system detects alcohol, the car won’t start.
Russia’s United Instrument Manufacturing Corporation (UIMC) has developed a "microwave cannon" capable of disabling enemy aircraft and drones within the range of 10 kilometres, capable of disabling the equipment of aircraft, drones and neutralising precision-guided weapons.
Russian developers claim to have created a “brain-computer” technology that allows machines to be controlled by the power of thought. uses human brain’s electrical activity using electroencephalography. This method is already widely used in medicine. Its primary purpose is scientific research and development in national defense and state security.
Dutch company Plant-E, ambitious energy project labeled “Starry Sky,”illuminated 300 LED lights using a new process that utilizes the energy of living plants.The emerging technology is thus far able to power lighting, Wi-Fi hotspots, mobile chargers and rooftop electricity modules, according to Yes Magazine.
Scientists have discovered a way to count people both indoors and outdoors using WiFi signals and a mathematical algorithm to determine human density, even if the individual is not WiFi connected.
DRC-Hubo humanoid robot won the top prize by besting 22 other robots on a obstacle course designed to simulate Japan’s 2011 Fukushima nuclear plant disaster. Robots were tasked with driving a car, walking up stairs, opening a door, crossing rubble, drilling a hole in a wall, and turning a valve.
This week the US Patent and Trademark Office approved an application from Boeing for an autonomous drone that can be recharged without landing.
China announced it had edited DNA in the nucleus of human embryos using a gene-editing technique called CRISPR only four of the 86 eggs injected were successfully modified. Harvard Professor George Church believes in five to seven years it will be possible to snip out and replace stretches of DNA to genetically engineer babies.
Raytheon corporation known for developing tools that cause death and destruction. responsible for numerous technologies is that have taken thousands of lives in pointless conflicts around the world. One of the largest US ‘defense’ contractors, just received contract from US Military to develop fastest missiles ever known, theoretically reach any target in the world in one hour.
US Special Operations Command is testing two rapid DNA readers in the field, identifying targets using devices that have all the capabilities of a laboratory, only as big as a photocopier. Can return a result in 90 minutes, a process that used to take weeks.
Courts could one day be peering directly into a person’s brain for evidence using “Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging” (FMRI), turning a medical procedure into the new lie detector. FMRI measures blood oxygenation in the brain correlating brain states with ongoing behavior under different conditions. Inferences are made based on contrasting measurements between “lying” and “not-lying” conditions. Usefulness in lie detection is questionable.
Pentagon hosting a $3.5 million, international competition that will pit robot against robot in an obstacle course designed to test their physical prowess, agility, and even their awareness and cognition. It can walk over a mess of jagged cinder blocks, cut a hole in a wall, even drive a car.
Articles on Internet forums stating a 250-million-year-old microchip found in Labinsk, Russia confirmed by “University of Southern Polytechnic Nowoczerkaskiej.”The university sent a statement to the Max Portal Russian news agency November 2014 clarifying the “microchip” is actually a 410-million–450-million-year-old sea lily fossil.
Daimler, world’s largest truck manufacturer, created the first self-driving semi, unveiled Tuesday at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. Their system will connect to other autonomous vehicles to avoid heavy traffic,radar unit situated on front bumper monitors objects up to 250 meters away. Vehicle first tested in Germany, certified to operate on Nevada’s public roadways.
Electric car producer Tesla Motors has adapted battery technology for household and business applications. The wall-mounted batteries will make solar power more accessible. Estimated 160 million packs could shift US to renewables, 900 million units enough for entire world. In countries with underdeveloped power grids, could leapfrog infrastructure the way mobile phones outpaced landlines.
Chinese scientists have reported editing the genomes of human embryos. Researchers warned Nature2 genetic changes to embryos, could have unpredictable effect on future generations, expressed concerns gene-editing research on human embryos could be a slippery slope towards unsafe or unethical uses of the technique.
Scientists in Japan have successfully transmitted electric energy wirelessly through the air, proving that Nikola Tesla was onto something big. For years debates have raged about whether or not power could be transferred through the air, and while there have been many reports of this being achieved on a small scale, there has never been a major mainstream study into the phenomenon, until now.
1,000 NATO soldiers will spend 12 days in June in Hungary testing smart energy technology like self-contained power grids, solar panels and wind turbines, Bloomberg reports citing Susanne Michaelis, the organization’s action officer for smart energy.
Through a DARPA-funded program, scientists at the University of California invented a tiny rig that connects to an insect’s brain and flight muscles. Once implanted, the device takes over the insect’s body, turning it into a remote control cyborg capable of receiving flight commands wirelessly from a nearby laptop.
Costa Rica obtained 100 percent of its energy from renewable sources for 75 days straight this year, huge milestone in that country and push for alternative energy. Country was able to completely run the country on renewables such as wind, solar, biomass and geothermal. During January, February and March so far (75 days) it has been unnecessary to use oil to fuel the country's grid.
Trams fueled by hydrogen could soon be appearing on the streets of China. The country has mastered the technique of using this clean energy source, widely used elsewhere for cars and other forms of mass transport. Source of clean energy, water being its only emission. Help to cut energy running costs. Takes three minutes to refuel. Can carry 380 passengers.
Intentional mutation, a new way that biotech is getting around regulatory approval for genetically modified crops. Genome editing will be used instead of previous methods for altering living organisms by genetically altering DNA material through artificial manipulation in a laboratory. In this way, they can bypass FDA and other agencies trying to ban GMOs.
The FREAK security bug that allows attackers to conduct man-in-the-middle attacks on Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) connections encrypted using an outmoded cipher claimed another victim, Microsoft's Secure Channel stack. Microsoft said it is "actively working" with its Microsoft Active Protections Program partners to protect them, once it has completed an investigation, it would "take appropriate action to help protect customers".
Streetcap1 able to catch this UFO near our sun. There is a geometric shape to it. This shape is impossible for any comet, meteor or natural phenomenon other than crystals. Military satellite destroyed Feb 1, 2015. The satellite detected a sudden spike in temperature and then gone. This was a decommissioned satellite, all fuel was dumped, all electrical connections disconnected, assumption this UFO near our sun destroyed this satellite as a warning.
Technology companies scrambling to fix major security flaw that for more than a decade left Apple and Google devices vulnerable to hacking when they visited millions of supposedly secure Web sites, including Whitehouse.gov, NSA.gov and FBI.gov. The flaw resulted from former U.S. government policy that forbade export of strong encryption, required weaker “export-grade” products be shipped to customers in other countries.
Russia has long experimented both economically and militarily with Tesla technology, heightened interest in moving from tests to implementation. According to Russian sources, once fully online, the Marx Generator has the "power equal to all power generation facilities in Russia – including thermoelectric, hydroelectric, nuclear, solar, and wind power stations combined.
Called the TaigaPhone, will be manufactured by Taiga Systems, will synergize with other tools provided by the company to its high-profile clients, photos and work-related files, as well as phone conversations and metadata will not “leak” without the user’s consent, according to Taiga Systems.
Filmmakers, authors, and media have widely speculated about how human life on Earth will end; scientists have come up with serious assessment, presenting 12 possible causes of the Apocalypse. Asteroid impact, Super-volcano eruption, Global pandemic, Nuclear war, Extreme climate change, Synthetic biology, Nanotechnology, Unknown consequences, Ecological collapse, Global system collapse, Future bad governance, Artificial Intelligence.
"Geoengineering "theory that humans could slow, stop, or reverse global warming by "hacking" the planet with technological feats that alter chemical composition of the atmosphere; pulling carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, burying it underground, "seeding" the atmosphere with particles that increase its reflectivity, send more sunlight back into space.
China will focus more on the study and supervision of genetically-modified organisms (GMO), as well as invest in public education about GMO products. “GM technology is very promising and we must stand on top of GM research as China has quite limited agricultural resources,” Han Jun, deputy head of the office for the central leading group on agricultural work.
Want to gain entry to your office, get on a bus, or perhaps buy a sandwich? We're all getting used to swiping a card to do all these things. But at Epicenter, a new hi-tech office block in Sweden, they are trying a different approach - a chip under the skin. Along with access to doors and photocopiers, they're promised further services including the ability to pay in the cafe with a touch of a hand.
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