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Jul 11, 2020

Surviving Mars | Humanity’s First Mars Base

Posted by in categories: business, space travel

The coming two decades are scheduled to be very interesting decades for human space exploration and colonization. One of the things on America’s agenda for space exploration is creating humanity’s first Mars base, which will most likely happen in the 2030s and 2040s. If you are interested in what this Moon base will look like, please take a look at this video!

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Jul 11, 2020

‘Alien-like’ creature resembling E.T. discovered in ancient area of Pacific seafloor

Posted by in category: futurism

It was found in an ancient area created by volcanic activity.

Jul 11, 2020

Japan cleared to buy 105 Lockheed Martin F-35 stealth fighters for $23bn

Posted by in categories: climatology, military

Japan has been cleared by the US State Department to buy 105 Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II stealth fighters as part of a package worth an estimated $23.11 billion.

The potential F-35 deal is the second largest foreign military sale approved by Washington in history, behind a $29.4 billion sale of Boeing F-15SA fighters and associated weapons to Saudi Arabia in 2010.

Japan F-35 Mt Fuji hi-res

Jul 11, 2020

Researchers solve a 50-year-old enzyme mystery

Posted by in category: futurism

Advanced herbicides and treatments for infection may result from the unraveling of a 50-year-old mystery by University of Queensland researchers.

The research team, led by UQ’s Professor Luke Guddat, revealed the complete three-dimensional structure of an , providing the first step in the biosynthesis of three —leucine, valine and isoleucine.

“This is a major scientific advance, which has been pursued globally by chemists for half a century,” Professor Guddat said.

Jul 11, 2020

Magnetic memory states go exponential

Posted by in categories: computing, nanotechnology, particle physics

In a new study, a group of researchers led by Prof. Lior Klein, from the physics department and the Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials at Bar-Ilan University, has shown that relatively simple structures can support an exponential number of magnetic states—much greater than previously thought. They have additionally demonstrated switching between the states by generating spin currents. Their results may pave the way to multi-level magnetic memory with an extremely large number of states per cell; it could also have application in the development of neuromorphic computing, and more. Their research appears as a featured article on the cover of a June issue of Applied Physics Letters.

Spintronics is a thriving branch of nano-electronics which uses the spin of the electron and its associated in addition to the electron charge used in traditional electronics. The main practical contributions of spintronics are in magnetic sensing and non-volatile magnetic data storage, and researchers are pursuing breakthroughs in developing magnetic-based processing and novel types of .

Spintronics devices commonly consist of magnetic elements manipulated by spin-polarized currents between stable magnetic states. When spintronic devices are used for storing data, the number of stable states sets an upper limit on capacity. While current commercial magnetic memory cells have two stable magnetic states corresponding to two memory states, there are clear advantages to increasing this number, as it will potentially allow increasing memory density and enable the design of novel types of memory.

Jul 11, 2020

St. George-based inventor goes public with ZHeus 3, a weapon with big implications for police reform

Posted by in categories: military, weapons

ST. GEORGE — An invention that could lead to the end of gunpowder is not just an idea — it’s already been used in a real-world military mission.

Priced at $1 million, ZHeus 3 is not a gun; it’s a “platform” that has taken Harvester, a St. George-based inventor, 15 years to design. Harvester could not release his full name because he still has a commitment to national security.

The idea for this invention, along with an improved armor, began some 15 years ago when Harvester’s best friend died in his arms after being shot during an Air Force mission. The bullet shot straight through his friend’s bulletproof vest and kept going.

Jul 11, 2020

Deadly ‘unknown pneumonia’ outbreak in Kazakhstan is probably undiagnosed COVID-19

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A Chinese embassy warned of a new and deadly pneumonia. But these cases are likely undiagnosed COVID-19 infections, according to WHO.

Jul 11, 2020

MIT’s New Diamond-Based Quantum Chip Is the Largest Yet

Posted by in categories: computing, particle physics, quantum physics

Researchers at MIT have developed a process to manufacture and integrate “artificial atoms” with photonic circuitry, and in doing so, are able to produce the largest quantum chip of its kind.

The atoms, which are created by atomic-scale defects in microscopically thin slices of diamond, allow for the scaling up of quantum chip production.


Jul 11, 2020

Scientists Discover Unexplained Glowing Circles of Energy in Space

Posted by in categories: energy, space

Scientists believe they have likely discovered a new and unexplained class of space object: the Odd Radio Circle, or ORC.

Jul 11, 2020

The US, China and the AI arms race: Cutting through the hype

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, robotics/AI

Whoever wins will lead the world, Eric Klien.

The reality is that US and China efforts to develop AI are entwined, even if the tensions of coronavirus and trade disagreements may spur a separation.