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Apr 18, 2020

Meteor Impact Leaves Giant Crater in Africa, Creates Ejecta Blast Zone

Posted by in category: futurism

April 16, 2020: A meteor impacted the earth in Akure, Nigeria at an angle of 43 degrees on March 28, 2020. The space rock left a large crater and created an ejecta blast zone that damaged many structures. #AsteroidImpact #MeteorExplosion #CometSwan

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Apr 18, 2020

Possible Dinosaur DNA Has Been Found

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, genetics

New discoveries have raised the possibility of exploring dino genetics, but controversy surrounds the results.

Apr 18, 2020

Achieving the Impossible: Physicists Create a Fluid with NEGATIVE MASS

Posted by in category: physics

In an act that defies physics as we know, Washington State University physicists have just created a fluid with negative mass. Apply pressure to the liquid and instead of accelerating in the direction it was pushed (like every other physical object in the world), it accelerates backward. Michael Forbes, a WSU assistant professor of physics and astronomy, believes the phenomenon can be used to explore some of the more challenging concepts of the cosmos.

“Hypothetically, matter can have negative mass in the same sense that an electric charge can be either negative or positive,” the University’s website notes. “People rarely think in these terms, and our everyday world sees only the positive aspects of Isaac Newton’s Second Law of Motion, in which the force is equal to the mass of an object times its acceleration, or F=ma.”

This explains why mass will typically accelerate in the direction of the force that is pushing it.

Apr 18, 2020

Gates Foundation calls for global cooperation on vaccine for 7 billion people

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business

Washington (AFP) — The wealthy Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation called Wednesday for global cooperation to ready COVID-19 vaccines for seven billion people, while offering $150 million toward developing therapeutics and treatments for the virus.

While it is likely to take as many as 18 months to develop and fully test a safe coronavirus vaccine, global authorities and businesses need to start now on plans to manufacture it, said foundation chief executive Mark Suzman.

“It’s normal to have, at maximum, hundreds of millions of doses manufactured,” he said.

Apr 18, 2020

IMMORTALITY OR BUST documentary highlight video

Posted by in categories: education, life extension, transhumanism

Here’s the new IMMORTALITY OR BUST 2-min highlight video. The feature documentary will air on Amazon Prime/Video on June 23rd! Four years in the making, the award-winning film features celebrities, scientists & transhumanism activists along my Immortality Bus road trip. #ImmortalityOrBust

Apr 18, 2020

Ukraine takes note as Turkey opens new chapter in drone warfare

Posted by in categories: drones, law, military, robotics/AI

This is a disturbing article on the utilization of drones by Turkey in attacks in Syria. What is unclear to me is whether the drones were piloted or whether they were autonomous. This is a critical distinction for me because drones that are piloted by humans are under human control and are legal. Autonomous drones are killer robots and are immoral.

“Regardless of an exact death toll and damage evaluation, there is a general understanding that the Idlib attacks were an example of effective air warfare, in which killer drones, rather than piloted jets, played a key role. “My understanding is that Turkey compensated for its inability to fly jets over Idlib by using drones, lots of drones,” says Aron Lund, a fellow with U.S.-based think tank The Century Foundation.”

Ban Killer Robots!

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Apr 18, 2020

Laser Detector Wearable Real-Time Warning

Posted by in categories: business, energy, wearables

Officials of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) in Arlington, Va., issued a small-business innovation research (SBIR) solicitation (HR001120S0019-05) for the Wearable Laser Detection and Alert System.

DARPA researchers want to understand the feasibility of a wearable laser sensor that can detect laser irradiation rapidly during the day and at night and alert the wearer in real-time of lasing.

DARPA wants a wearable laser-detection system with low size, weight, and power consumption (SWaP) that would act as a stand-alone sensor to detect laser illumination over the 450-to-1600-nanometer visible to shortwave infrared region.

Apr 18, 2020

Scientist spends years proving psychic phenomena are real

Posted by in category: engineering

MYSTERY WIRE Are psychic abilities real, and if so, can they be measured? Yes to both questions, says Dr. Dean Radin.

For decades, the Department of Defense sponsored secret studies of psychic phenomena in hopes of training an elite team of psychic soldiers. Officially, the program was canceled, but research into psychic abilities continues in the private sector, and one of the scientists on the cutting edge is featured this week on

Radin earned advanced degrees in both electrical engineering and psychology, worked for prestigious companies and labs, and has spent decades trying to measure psychic abilities.

Apr 18, 2020

A magnetic cork for the removal of water pollution

Posted by in categories: engineering, sustainability

The Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M), together with the Universidad Pontificia de Comillas and the University of Porto, has patented a magnetic cork that could remove polluting particles from water, among other uses.

The magnetic has been created through a process of co-precipitation of iron oxide through which magnetite is obtained. This mineral is absorbed as soon as it comes into contact with the surface of the cork. “The patent arises from the need to make graded adhesive joints. It occurred to me, when reading about the various techniques that are used for graded joints and about cork, that we could make the cork magnetic using the process that is currently used to obtain magnetite,” notes Juana Abenojar, researcher in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Chemical Engineering at the UC3M.

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Apr 18, 2020

The Killer At Home: House Cats Have More Impact On Local Wildlife Than Wild Predators

Posted by in category: futurism

Why House Cats Are God’s Perfect Little Killing Machines They may look cute and fluffy, and they don’t go far, but cats are deadly stalkers who rule concentrated areas of their neighborhoods.