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Apr 11, 2020

Industry scrambles to stop fatal bird flu in South Carolina

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

A less severe strain of bird flu had been detected along the North Carolina and South Carolina state recently but the case in Chesterfield County, South Carolina discovered on Monday was found to be a more fatal and easily spread strain.

Apr 11, 2020

Nigerians Fight to Protect the World’s Most Trafficked Mammal | National Geographic

Posted by in categories: education, government

Where was everyone when these channels were dedicating so much time and effort to help create awereness and get support for these creatures in Africa?

The government that neglected this eventhough they are not from Africa have neglected something that has now created, trillions of dollars of losses, and even more is coming up.

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Apr 11, 2020

NASA’s Offering Online Astronaut Training While You’re Stuck in Lockdown

Posted by in categories: habitats, space travel

Who hasn’t dreamt of escaping to the stars? Especially now, with most of us confined to limited spaces and steeped in tragic news.

NASA and the ISS National Lab are ready to help. They’ve developed a range of adventurous programs and activities for all the children stuck in home lockdown, including a training program to become a home astronaut, build a hovercraft, launch rockets, and many more.

Apr 11, 2020

Coronavirus ‘could be spreading across the globe through farts’ claim doctors

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Hold the farts in?

Doctors have made the foul discovery that farting could spread the Covid-19 disease – unless infected people wear pants which can protect this from happening.

Apr 11, 2020

Glowing silicon nanowire reveals how to put optics in your CPU

Posted by in categories: computing, nanotechnology

Silicon-germanium alloy glows, may be future CPU optical communication laser.

Apr 11, 2020

Biggest 3D map of the universe yet

Posted by in category: space

O,.o circa 2017.

Astronomers from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey used the most luminous objects in the universe — quasars — to create their new 3D map of space.

Apr 11, 2020

The ‘quantum magnet’

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

Circa 2011 essentially a magnet could be a battery and cpu and a gpu with magnonics.

Harvard physicists have expanded the possibilities for quantum engineering of novel materials such as high-temperature superconductors by coaxing ultracold atoms trapped in an optical lattice — a light crystal — to self-organize into a magnet, using only the minute disturbances resulting from quantum mechanics. The research, published in the journal Nature, is the first demonstration of such a “quantum magnet” in an optical lattice.

As modern technology depends more and more on materials with exotic quantum mechanical properties, researchers are coming up against a natural barrier.

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Apr 11, 2020

Tesla’s Virtual Power Plant Is Already a Success

Posted by in categories: energy, sustainability

Tesla’s extreme Australian makeover continues with a new “virtual power plant,” part of the continent’s overall program to encourage these collections of renewable resources. Tesla is just the first to make and report on a virtual power plant for the program.

Like the large energy storage facility Tesla operates in South Australia, the goal of the virtual power plant is to both collect energy and store it to be fed back into the grid. The pilot virtual plant is distributed across the rooftops of 1,000 low-income homes in South Australia, and Tesla says its goal is to eventually have 50,000 solar rooftops there. That number might sound small, but South Australia only has about 1.6 million residents.

Apr 11, 2020

CDC Director: ‘Very Aggressive’ Contact Tracing Needed For U.S. To Return To Normal

Posted by in category: biotech/medical

Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, spoke with NPR on Thursday, saying that his agency is working on a plan to safely reopen the United States. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc. via Getty Images hide caption.

Apr 11, 2020

Ransomware scumbags leak Boeing, Lockheed Martin, SpaceX documents after contractor refuses to pay

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, law, space travel

Anti-mortar system specs, legal paperwork, payment forms, and more, dumped online from infected PCs.