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Apr 1, 2023

3D-printable glass is made from proteins and biodegrades

Posted by in category: chemistry

Chemically modifying the ends of the molecules opens the door to glass that could decompose with organic waste.

Apr 1, 2023

Immortality Is Going To Happen, Scientist Reveals When We’ll Live Forever And It’s Not Far Away

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, life extension, Ray Kurzweil

Futurist Ray Kurzweil is predicting that by 2030, microscopic gelbots in our bodies will make it possible to cure disease and live forever. You’re 40 years old, but you’re not Dwayne Johnson; it’s the time in life when your body doesn’t bounce back from a good workout as fast as it used to; when you eat a pizza, it sits with you for longer, and sleeping wrong could jumpstart a week of back pain.

Apr 1, 2023

Scientists have found major storage capacity in water-based batteries

Posted by in category: particle physics

Texas A&M University scientists have been working with metal-free, water-based battery electrodes, and they’re finding that the difference in energy storage capacity is as much as 1,000%.

In the scientists’ paper, published in Nature Materials this week, the water-based, or aqueous, batteries consist of a cathode – the negatively charged electrode; an anode – the positively charged electrode; and an electrolyte, like traditional batteries. But in this water-based battery, the cathodes and anodes are polymers that can store energy, and the electrolyte is water mixed with organic salts.

The electrolyte transfers the ions – the charge-carrying particles – back and forth between the cathode and the anode, and the electrolyte is also key to energy storage through its interactions with the electrode.

Apr 1, 2023

The CryoPrize (The Organ Cryopreservation Prize)

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, cryonics, life extension

PLEASE CLICK ON LINK TO DONATE: 3 Minute video detailing our efforts to make organ transplants safer, less costly and more available to those in need by offering a prize, beginning at $50,000, to the first person or group to successfully freeze, and restore to full function, one of several mammalian organs.

Apr 1, 2023

The Pursuit Of Better Camouflage Could Lead To An Invisibility Cloak

Posted by in categories: engineering, quantum physics

The invisibility cloak that Harry Potter wears in J. K. Rowling’s books is woven from the hair of a magical creature. But in the real world, the magic of invisibility is not dependent on fantasy, but rather on science and engineering.

Then there is quantum stealth technology that uses colouration patterns to hide objects in plain sight.

There are even camouflage technologies that make something as large as a tank appear to be local foliage, absorbing the characteristics of the organic and inorganic materials found on a battlefield.

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Apr 1, 2023

What If Humanity Was a Type 3.5 Civilization? | Unveiled

Posted by in categories: alien life, innovation

We’re half way there! Join us… and find out more!


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Apr 1, 2023

THE FIRST 2 YEARS ON MARS (Prequel) Timelapse

Posted by in categories: education, Elon Musk, habitats, mathematics, physics, robotics/AI, space travel, sustainability

10 SpaceX Starships are carrying 120 robots to Mars. They are the first to colonize the Red Planet. Building robot habitats to protect themselves, and then landing pads, structures, and the life support systems for the humans who will soon arrive.

This Mars colonization mini documentary also covers they type of robots that will be building on Mars, the solar fields, how Elon Musk and Tesla could have a battery bank station at the Mars colony, and how the Martian colony expands during the 2 years when the robots are building. Known as the Robotic Age of Mars.

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Apr 1, 2023

The Conscious Robot: Benefits and Risks

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

The good, the bad, and the really awful.

Apr 1, 2023

Computer made of DNA works out prime factors of 6 and 15

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, computing

Simple calculations, such as factoring low numbers, can be made by mixing together differently shaped strands of DNA

By Karmela Padavic-Callaghan

Apr 1, 2023

SpaceX aborts launch with initial satellites for Space Development Agency

Posted by in categories: internet, satellites

It is interesting to watch SpaceX continue to massively expand, with the goal of going from 61 launches last year to 100 launches this year.

SpaceX’s old record for a month was 7 launches, but in March they completed 8 launches, and almost did 9 but their latest launch had technical difficulties, and the closest they got to launch during the past two days was an abort with 2 seconds to go. They will try a 3rd time to launch this rocket tomorrow.

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