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Ancient toy inspires tool for state-of-the-art science Phys.org
A 5000-year-old toy still enjoyed by kids today has inspired an inexpensive, hand-powered scientific tool that could not only impact how field biologists conduct ...
Science in Europe: by the numbers Nature.com
The region already hosts some of the world's leading scientific countries, and some of its smaller states are quickly catching up.
Science As a Full Body Experience: Brian Greene On 2019 World Science Festival Space.com
Space.com spoke with World Science Festival co-founder Brian Greene about the upcoming 2019 series of panels, music, stargazing and more!
This 3-million-year-old mouse just gave scientists the key to decoding ancient red pigments - Science Magazine
This 3-million-year-old mouse just gave scientists the key to decoding ancient red pigments Science Magazine
Figuring out the colors of fossilized animals used to be complete guesswork‚ÄĒeven in the rare finds containing bits of feathers, scales, or fur, the original hues in ...
The future of science in Europe Nature.com
On the eve of the European Union's parliamentary elections, a special issue examines the prospects for science across the region.
EPA plan to end funding for children's health research leaves scientists scrambling - Science Magazine
EPA plan to end funding for children's health research leaves scientists scrambling Science Magazine
Originally published by E&E News. Despite repeatedly expressing public support for children's health, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is ending ...
Scientists Have Created a Sound So Loud It Can Vaporize Water on Contact Live Science
Scientists have used an X-ray laser to create the loudest possible underwater sound on Earth.
Ship spies largest underwater eruption ever Science Magazine
Last week, Marc Chaussidon, director of the Institute of Geophysics in Paris (IPGP), looked at seafloor maps from a recently concluded mission and saw a new ...
House bill restores funding to Earth science and astrophysics missions SpaceNews
House appropriators criticized NASA for seeking to cancel ‚Äúlegacy‚ÄĚ science programs in favor of new exploration work, restoring funding for those missions.
Bad moods could be contagious among ravens Science News
Ravens may pick up and share their compatriots' negativity, a study on the social intelligence of these animals suggests.
Angela Saini video interview: The return of race in mainstream science New Scientist News
In her latest book, Superior: The Return of Race Science, Angela Saini examines what she calls the ‚Äúsubtle‚ÄĚ return of race within mainstream science. She tells ...
Lions wounded by porcupines may be more likely to attack people Science Magazine
Hobbled by their injuries, the big cats may turn to easier prey.
Faulty cellular antennae may cause a heart valve disorder Science News
Mitral valve prolapse might be caused by dysfunctional primary cilia meant to signal cells during development.
A cognitive neuroscientist warns that the U.S. justice system harms teen brains Science News
The U.S. justice system holds adolescents to adult standards, and puts young people in situations that harm their development, a researcher argues.
Costly cancer lawsuits may spur search to replace world's most common weed killer - Science Magazine
Costly cancer lawsuits may spur search to replace world's most common weed killer Science Magazine
"Total fear and shock." That's how Andrew Kniss, a weed scientist at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, describes the reaction of farmers to recent courtroom ...
From physics to data science Symmetry magazine
Four physicists share their journeys through academia into industry and offer words of wisdom for those considering making a similar move.
Scientists break record for highest-temperature superconductor: Experiment produces new material that can conduct electricity perfectly - Science Daily
Scientists break record for highest-temperature superconductor: Experiment produces new material that can conduct electricity perfectly Science Daily
An international research team of scientists has discovered superconductivity -- the ability to conduct electricity perfectly -- at the highest temperatures ever ...
Why some climate scientists are saying no to flying Science Magazine
In 2016, two seemingly unrelated events conspired to make Kim Cobb confront her personal carbon footprint. First, a massive El Ni√Īo event hit the coral reef ...
The kilogram just got a revamp. A unit of time might be next Science News
After years of preparation, new definitions for the basic units of mass, temperature and more have now gone into effect.
‚ÄėEarthworm Dilemma‚Äô Has Climate Scientists Racing to Keep Up The New York Times
Cindy Shaw, a carbon-research scientist with the Canadian Forest *Service*, studies the boreal forest ‚ÄĒ the world's most northerly forest, which circles the top of ...
Neal Stephenson Interview: Tech Moguls, Brain Science, and Fall: or, Dodge in Hell - TheStranger.com
Neal Stephenson Interview: Tech Moguls, Brain Science, and Fall: or, Dodge in Hell TheStranger.com
Neal Stephenson is one of the great authors of contemporary sci-fi‚ÄĒnot only because he's widely read, but also because his work unabashedly high-fives ...
School bus shot near Museum of Science and Industry after dropping off Northbrook students - Chicago Sun-Times
School bus shot near Museum of Science and Industry after dropping off Northbrook students Chicago Sun-Times
The driver, who works for the First Student bus company, was driving the empty bus near 67th Street and Stony Island Avenue when it was hit.
Canadian Arctic fossils are oldest known fungus on Earth The Guardian
Fungus is half a billion years older than previous record holder found in Wisconsin.
Genetically engineered immune cells fight off deadly virus in mice Science Magazine
Researchers may have demonstrated a novel way to protect us from some of the world's deadliest viruses. By genetically engineering immune cells to make ...
How do you talk science to the layperson? ‚ÄėBe a bit goofy‚Äô The Irish Times
Hayden Wilkinson used the topics of synaesthesia, split brains and designer babies to engage audiences.
Da Vinci axes plans for $100M Science City on Easton riverfront Lehigh Valley Business
Plans to construct a $100 million-plus science museum in Easton have been called off. Lin Erickson, executive director of the Da Vinci Science Center in ...
This Is Easily the Best Correction in Science Publishing This Month Gizmodo
Science journalists around the world received one of the silliest corrections yet in our inbox over the weekend, and I would like to share it here with you.
Mathematics Science is helping kids become math masters Science News for Students
Some researchers study video games, students' posture and more as a means to help kids become better and more comfortable with math.
Scientists: Why we should appreciate wasps BBC News
Scientists have put together a map of the UK's wasp population, showing the distribution of key species. Data recorded by volunteers gives an insight into where ...
Trans Activists Silence The Science So They Can Claim It's On Their Side The Federalist
It's telling that, in order to claim that science is on their side, trans activists need to bully actual scientists into silence, lest they spread truth.
Rad Scientist Ep. 15: Science And Basketball KPBS
Elischa Sanders grew up in Tacoma, Washington playing basketball and getting good grades. A first-generation college student at the University of Washington, ...
Initial results from the New Horizons exploration of 2014 MU69, a small Kuiper Belt object - Science Magazine
Initial results from the New Horizons exploration of 2014 MU69, a small Kuiper Belt object Science Magazine
After flying past Pluto in 2015, the New Horizons spacecraft shifted course to encounter (486958) 2014 MU69, a much smaller body about 30 kilometers in ...
Landmark analysis documents the alarming global decline of nature Science Magazine
The state of biodiversity and ecosystems is at its most perilous point in human history and the decline is accelerating, warns a landmark assessment released ...
Artificial Intelligence meets Citizen Science - Citizen Science Salon : Citizen Science Salon - Discover Magazine
Artificial Intelligence meets Citizen Science - Citizen Science Salon : Citizen Science Salon Discover Magazine
The potential for AI to propel citizen science efforts forward is incredible; from rapidly analyzing your data or identifying insects, to helping you find and join the ...
Scientists Say: Guinea worm Science News for Students
Scientists and health care workers are working to eradicate this parasite, which causes a painful condition called Guinea worm disease.
Bonobo 'helicopter' moms stand guard while their sons mate Science Magazine
In what may be the bonobo take on a fussy mom giving her son's number to a nice, single woman at the grocery store, female bonobos go to extremes to make ...
Measles erases the immune system's memory Science News
The measles virus can usher in other infections for months, or even years.
Europe abandons plans for 'flagship' billion-euro research projects Science Magazine
When Martin Lohse, scientific director of the Max Delbr√ľck Center for Molecular Medicine here, welcomed participants to the kick-off meeting for a massive ...
Scientists' grant writing styles vary by gender. That can lead to bias Science Magazine
When describing research in grant proposals, female life scientists use narrower, more topic-specific language than male applicants, resulting in lower reviewer ...
Science class teaches students about solar, renewable energy FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay
It's a one-of-a-kind class that teaches kids about our environment and renewable energy.
After outcry, USDA will no longer require scientists to label research ‚Äėpreliminary‚Äô - Washington Post
After outcry, USDA will no longer require scientists to label research ‚Äėpreliminary‚Äô Washington Post
The Agriculture Department has dropped its demand that staff scientists label peer-reviewed research as ‚Äúpreliminary,‚ÄĚ after angry protests followed a ...
Scientists discover novel genes responsible for regulating muscle cells Science Daily
Scientists have uncovered a unique set of genes that play a role in muscle cellular gene expression and differentiation which could lead to new therapeutic ...
Extinct squid relative entombed in amber for 100 million years Science Magazine
The latest discovery in a cache of ancient Burmese amber has revealed something completely unexpected: an extinct squidlike organism called an ammonite, ...
How these girls powered St. Catherine‚Äôs to win prestigious science award WTVR CBS 6 News
RICHMOND, Va. -- Girl power. It's a slogan that encourages and celebrates female empowerment, confidence, and strength. While traditional thinking has girls ...
USDA researchers quit in droves as Trump administration plans relocation The Washington Post
On a single day in late April, six federal employees at an embattled research agency quit.
Wearable thermoelectrics for personalized thermoregulation Science Advances
Thermoregulation has substantial implications for energy consumption and human comfort and health. However, cooling technology has remained largely ...
Two threats to US science Science Magazine
Last month, the House Appropriations Committee of the U.S. Congress began drafting its Fiscal Year 2020 funding bill. Among the promising news is the ...
Scientists teach computers fear‚ÄĒto make them better drivers Science Magazine
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA‚ÄĒComputers can master some tasks‚ÄĒlike playing a game of Go‚ÄĒthrough trial and error. But what works for a game doesn't work ...
Scientists Create Tectonic Map of 'Game of Thrones' Continents Live Science
The breathtaking fictional landscapes of "Game of Thrones" had a tumultuous past that involved volcanic eruptions, mountain-building and entire continents ...
In Brazil, 'useful idiots' protest cuts to research and education Science Magazine
Thousands of scientists, educators, and students swamped the streets of Brazil this week to protest cuts in education and research funding. Marches occurred ...
Reactivation of PTEN tumor suppressor for cancer treatment through inhibition of a MYC-WWP1 inhibitory pathway - Science Magazine
Reactivation of PTEN tumor suppressor for cancer treatment through inhibition of a MYC-WWP1 inhibitory pathway Science Magazine
Supporting tumor suppression. The protein PTEN is a phosphatase and tumor suppressor whose activity is often decreased in human cancers. Thus ...
The 'superblack' patches on these spiders make their other colors glow Science Magazine
Male peacock spiders attract mates through elaborate dances that show off their brilliant colors. It's hard to miss the dazzling blues, reds, and oranges on their ...
Single-cell genomics identifies cell type‚Äďspecific molecular changes in autism Science Magazine
Autism manifests in many ways. Despite that diversity, the disorder seems to affect specific cellular pathways, including those observed in the neocortex of ...
The universe may be a billion years younger than we thought. Scientists are scrambling to figure out why. - NBC News
The universe may be a billion years younger than we thought. Scientists are scrambling to figure out why. NBC News
The age of the universe may have been overestimated by more than a billion years, forcing scientists to rethink how we got from the Big Bang to today.
How European scientists will spend ‚ā¨100 billion Nature.com
The European Union has partially approved the shape of its next giant research-spending programme, but it faces political tensions.
U.S. cancer institute cancels nanotech research centers Science Magazine
The U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI) in Bethesda, Maryland, will halt funding next year for its long-running Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence ...
Scientists Just Redefined the Kilogram Futurism
In November, scientists from more than 60 nations got together to redefine the kilogram, the base unit of mass in the International System of Units (SI). Previously ...
St. Mary's School Will Use DCF Grant For Science Stuff, Robots Eagle 99.3 FM WSCH
The $2800 grant from the Dearborn Community Foundation will provide new science equipment for the school in Aurora.
These tiny microbes are munching away at plastic waste in the ocean Science Magazine
Plastic makes up nearly 70% of all ocean litter, putting countless aquatic species at risk. But there is a tiny bit of hope‚ÄĒa teeny, tiny one to be precise: Scientists ...
13 new science fiction and fantasy books to check out in late May The Verge
New books coming out at the end of May include a new Stranger Things tie-in, the latest serial from Serial Box, and stories of fantastical cities, lost astronauts, ...
Science reacts to Coalition victory https://www.innovationaus.com/
Both Science & Technology Australia and the Australian Academy of Sciences have released statements on the re-election of the Coalition government, ...
Antarctica: How scientists uncovered ‚ÄėSHOCKING‚Äô 650,000-year-old find below ice Express.co.uk
ANTARCTICA researchers made a discovery dating back 650000 years that former US Vice President Al Gore dubbed ‚Äúshocking‚ÄĚ in his book.
NSF, NASA, NIST would get funding boosts under House spending bill Science Magazine
The National Science Foundation (NSF) would get a 7% budget increase, and NASA a 3.8% bump, under a 2020 spending bill approved today by an ...
In lopsided vote, U.S. science academy backs move to eject sexual harassers Science Magazine
Breaking with their 156-year history, members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences (NAS) today voted overwhelmingly in favor of amending the elite ...
Why race science is on the rise again The Guardian
After the second world war, the belief that differences between so-called 'races' are genetic became taboo. Now, with the far right resurgent, it's back.
De novo design of tunable, pH-driven conformational changes Science Magazine
Protein design has achieved success in finding sequences that fold to very stable target structures. Protein function, however, often requires conformational ...
Bedbugs date back to the time of the dinosaurs, new family tree suggests Science Magazine
Every half-million years, a new species switches to human hosts.
Seth Rogen and the Science of Rogenomics | GQ June/July 2019 GQ
The man behind everything from 'Superbad' to this month's 'Long Shot' talks about surviving Hollywood, getting high, and channeling Kanye West.
Mellon College of Science Students Named Goldwater Scholars Carnegie Mellon University
William Fahy, and Jung Joo Suh, both students in CMU's Mellon College of Science, are among this year's 496 recipients of the scholarship.
Scientists Created Bacteria With a Synthetic Genome. Is This Artificial Life? The New York Times
Scientists have created a living organism whose DNA is entirely human-made ‚ÄĒ perhaps a new form of life, experts said, and a milestone in the field of synthetic ...
The Scientists Behind the First Black Hole Photo Get Nod from Congress Space.com
Four scientists involved with the Event Horizon Telescope project that successfully captured the first image of a black hole went to Congress.
Bermuda Was Made by Unexpected Geological Layer Deep in Earth's Mantle Live Science
For the first time, scientists have evidence that a layer deep beneath Earth's surface can create volcanoes. The layer, known as the transition zone, lurks in ...
Thousands of scientists in Argentina strike to protest budget cuts Science Magazine
Scientists from labs across Argentina stayed home today, joining a nationwide strike against the government's latest round of austerity measures. One of their ...
In the deep, dark, ocean fish have evolved superpowered vision Science Magazine
When the ancestors of cave fish and certain crickets moved into pitchblack caverns, their eyes virtually disappeared over generations. But fish that ply the sea at ...
These origami robots could one day deliver drugs inside your body Science Magazine
Tiny robot swarms that deliver drugs and help perform operations inside the body have long been a dream of scientists and science-fiction writers alike. But the ...
Scientists want to limit climate change by releasing more CO2 Popular Science
Carbon dioxide gets a lot of attention these days. The scrutiny is understandable: On May 11, levels of the gas reached 415 parts per million, more than 100 ppm ...
Lawyer: Ex-WWE star's brain will be donated to science research News 12 Long Island
Ex-WWE star Ashley Massaro was found dead in her Smithtown home.
Pint Of Science helping quench thirst for knowledge of science-hungry public ABC News
People across Brisbane are gathering over beers, not Bunsen burners, to learn more about the latest scientific discoveries.
Climate change: Global sea level rise could be bigger than expected BBC News
Scientists believe that global sea levels could rise far more than predicted, due to accelerating melting in Greenland and Antarctica. The long-held view has ...
SWE Outreach at Philadelphia Science Festival Society of Women Engineers
On May 4th, Philadelphia SWE volunteered at the Philadelphia Science Carnival and led a hands-on outreach activity titled "How do planes fly?"
U.S. universities reassess collaborations with foreign scientists in wake of NIH letters - Science Magazine
U.S. universities reassess collaborations with foreign scientists in wake of NIH letters Science Magazine
Adam Kuspa tries to anticipate queries from his institution's largest source of research funding, the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland.
'Ultraprocessed' foods may make you eat more, clinical trial suggests Science Magazine
Something about the industrial processing of food makes us more likely to overeat, according to a new study. Volunteers ate more and gained more weight on a ...
Science Shows How The Los Angeles Lakers Should Be Responding To Magic Johnson's Comments Forbes
You've undoubtedly seen Magic Johnson's Monday interview disparaging the Laker's leadership. But while this sutation is more dramatic than most, every ...
Multivascular networks and functional intravascular topologies within biocompatible hydrogels - Science Magazine
Multivascular networks and functional intravascular topologies within biocompatible hydrogels Science Magazine
In air-breathing vertebrates, the circulatory and pulmonary systems contain separate networks of channels that intertwine but do not intersect with each other.
Brian Eno to Receive Stephen Hawking Medal at Science Festival Pitchfork
At this year's Starmus Festival‚ÄĒa science event featuring panel discussions, concerts, exhibitions, and more‚ÄĒBrian Eno will be receiving the Stephen Hawking ...
Hydrodealkenylative C(sp3)‚ÄďC(sp2) bond fragmentation Science Magazine
Plants produce an abundance of structurally complex terpene compounds that are useful precursors to pharmaceuticals and other fine chemicals. However, the ...
Global health institute sued for age and sex discrimination Science Magazine
Seven current and former female employees have sued officials at a global health institute that is part of the Mount Sinai Health System's Icahn School of ...
Vision using multiple distinct rod opsins in deep-sea fishes Science Magazine
Vertebrates are typically thought to have a consistent system for processing light, in which multiple cone opsins permit color vision during the day, but a single ...
As gene testing surges, lawsuits aren't far behind Science Magazine
While DNA testing upends the practice of medicine, U.S. laws aren't keeping pace. That's one message from a nearly finished 3-year, $2 million project called ...
A new AI acquired humanlike 'number sense' on its own Science News
A new artificial intelligence seems to share our intuitive ability to estimate numbers at a glance.
Sticky proteins could protect crops more safely than chemical pesticides Science Magazine
Many pesticides have an inherent weakness: The active ingredients don't adhere well to the plants they protect. After the chemicals are sprayed onto crops, rain ...
Meet the blue crew, scientists trying to give food, flowers, and more a color rarely found in nature - Science Magazine
Meet the blue crew, scientists trying to give food, flowers, and more a color rarely found in nature Science Magazine
New tools are aiding the age-old quest for a precious pigment.
Ancient South American populations dipped due to an erratic climate Science News
Scientists link bouts of intense rainfall and drought around 8600 to 6000 years ago to declining numbers of South American hunter-gatherers.
Site-selective enzymatic C‚ÄíH amidation for synthesis of diverse lactams Science Magazine
Enzymes excel at specificity because of their constrained active sites. With appropriate evolutionary pressure, they can be made to differentiate between similar ...
Do transportation network companies decrease or increase congestion? Science Advances
This research examines whether transportation network companies (TNCs), such as Uber and Lyft, live up to their stated vision of reducing congestion in major ...
Make EU trade with Brazil sustainable Science Magazine
Brazil, home to one of the planet's last great forests, is currently in trade negotiations with its second largest trading partner, the European Union (EU). We urge ...
German research promised a decade of budget increases Science Magazine
BERLIN‚ÄĒGerman research organizations cheered a decision announced today by state and federal ministers to increase research budgets by 3% a year for the ...
10-Foot-Tall Stone Jars 'Made by Giants' Stored Human Bodies in Ancient Laos Live Science
The carved "jars of the dead" are scattered across miles of the rugged, tiger-haunted Xiangkhouang province.
New batlike dinosaur was early experiment in flight Science Magazine
Find suggests many dinosaur species may have taken to the skies in unexpected ways during the Jurassic period.
Shamans and Their Documented Abilities
Many Shamans will go into a sweat house to get their premonitions, here is a make shift sweat house used by such native Indians;
Increasing Lightening Storm Intensity and Direction Control of Strikes
Using four UAVs in formation with one C-130 Hercules Aircraft or 747 with onboard laser:
Predictions of Mayan Calendar Followers? 2012 is Just Around the Corner
Well have you heard the latest of the newest Doom and Gloomers? This on; the Mayan Calendar, which officially ends in 2012 the last year being 2011. Yah check this out; http://www.ioon.net/mayaonics/EngPages/summary.htm.
How Do Cities Grow?
You see the cities in America started where there was a river and small populations sprung up, then the railroad steam engines needed a place to fill up the water. Eventually the towns got larger and grew near the rail stations. Then as people moved outward and behind the downtown areas they grew without regards to modern day planning methods, making increased surface transportation rather difficult.
UUV - Unmanned Underwater Vehicles to be Used for Fish Farming or Algae Bloom Removal
What is a UUV? UUV is the abbreviation given to Unmanned Underwater Vehicle. It is a mini-submarine without anyone in it. Is it possible to use UUVs to farm fish in lakes, reservoirs and the ocean? Can UUVs keep a watchful eye on Algae Blooms and deliver micro-encapsulation timed release anti algae chemicals?
Paternity Testing Regulation: Help or Hindrance?
MP Apprehension of High Strung or Drunken Soldiers
Recently scientists have discovered the hydrogen sulfide gas caused mice to go into spontaneous hibernation. The genetic similarities to the mammalian class humans belong to includes these rodents as well. The ability to put humans into spontaneous hibernation has incredible military applications, most of which have to do with stopping an advancing army, simply put them to sleep and thus serve your political will without having to kill them. Indeed this would change the battle space of the future in a way no one probably ever considered.
Can Rain Makers Really Make Rain?
Whenever there's a drought, someone will come up with the idea of finding a rain maker, or holding a day of prayer for rain.
Enemy UAV Defense is under consideration
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles should be shot down from the air rather than the ground because if they are flown tele-robotically the operator who is looking down and forward will not know where the anti-aircraft device is. If the enemy uses Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to draw fire, which is a smart move for them, then once fired upon the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle whether it is shot down or not has now located our weaponry and troops. Likewise if we have a loitering Unmanned Aerial Vehicle above the enemy once they shoot it, we see the hostile fire and either "hell fire missile it" or take coordinates of the insurgents locations and wire it to the most appropriate component of the net-centric blue force.
N400 Brain Wave to Assist in Learning and in Performance
In any important task you need to stay alert and in some professions someone could lose their life ifyou are not staying heads up or cause a serious accident where someone else has to pay with theirs. Not good, so what is the solution here? Here is a thought on learning, safety, brain waves and winning.
Visual Limits of the Human Brain Processing Speed
Visual limits of the human brain and the visual processing time is quite evident. This why animals have camouflage skin, humans get headaches at trade shows and why video or game players will be the fighter pilots of the future.
Humans and Bees Go Back a Long Way
The ancient history of of man and bees has been writen about for thousands of years. Specifically the human history and the use of Bee's Wax is truly fascinating. We have often been asked where wax comes from? Well there are many types of Waxes. Bees wax has been around for a while. There are many mentions of beeswax in historic writing such as the myth where Icarus son of Daedalus put on wings of wax and as he flew too close to the sun, it melted and Icarus fell to his death. The father with more experience flew closer to the ground and made it to Italy.
Electric Power Production From Magnetic Tapes
ATHENS - GREECE, -- An individual person called Basil Dimitropoulos, who is a graduate Electrical Engineer with specialization in Magnetic Recording Applications, has long announced that he developed a project that concerns Electric Power Production From Magnetic Tapes. This electromotive system affects directly the Global Home Appliances Industry and Transportation Industry, resulting in portable and mobile power supplies for Household Devices and Electric Vehicles. It is an Entirely Environment-Friendly energy source of very low cost.
Tactile Squeegee for Plexiglas Windows
Cleaning Plexiglas windows is not easy, you have to be careful to apply the right amount of pressure. Too little pressure and you do not clean it very well. Too much pressure and you end up scratching it. For many years I had washed and cleaned aircraft with Plexiglas windshields.
Acoustic Transducers To Detect And Eliminate Incoming Mortar Rounds
There maybe a way to use acoustic transducers to pin-point incoming enemy ordinance such as mortar rounds in order to shoot them down. Directional sound waves from acoustic transducers set at specific locations around friendly locations can create artificial barriers, which the incoming ordinance will have to pass to reach its target and thus be detected and triangulated or quadrangulated for interception.
Ancient Navigation and Mapping
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Flying a Beach Ball UFO
Recently some NASA Scientists were able to fly a MAV; Micro Air Vehicle using a laser to power it and then chase it around the room with the laser beam? Sounds like kids stuff, yet is has some incredible applications for other things. For instance we could use Whispering Windows and Talking Glass Technologies to propel helium filled beach ball. Here is how I propose we do this. First we put a small whispering windows transducer in the center of the proposed flying beach ball to excite the helium molecules, we then send a directional sound wave (yes this technology exists)
Mini-Robots, Motherships, Swarm Strategies, Wasps, Ants, Organization and Delivery
Robots are for every one. Tech TV now host Battle Bots which is a big hit with viewers and draws crowds as big as WFB Wrestling. Many of these people get heavy into the Robot Scene and even occasionally try to impress Military People. Check out some of these Super Heavy Weight Battle Bots, every type of configuration available.
Free Energy from Space
Tesla was always looking for a way to harvest electromagnetic energy and deliver it to the world wireless, after reading a biography about Tesla; I had come up with this concept. Harvesting and Wireless delivery of Electromagnetic Energy From Space. Why not put a satellite that counter rotates the Earth and is located at the poles. It would be over the poles. It would have 24-mile long entergy tail tentacles off of it spinning around along with the satellite.
The Debate About Cloning
There are two types of cloning. One involves harvesting stem cells from embryos ("therapeutic cloning"). These are the biological equivalent of a template. They can develop into any kind of mature functional cell and thus help cure many degenerative and auto-immune diseases.
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