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Jan 19, 2022

Strange things happened to honeybees sent into space!

Posted by in category: space

Jan 19, 2022

Astronomers have long had the well-documented belief that an ocean of water is splashing beneath Europa’s ice crust

Posted by in category: alien life

In recent research, scientists showed that there is enough heat in the bowels of Europa to keep part of the solid core in a molten state, and thereby support the existence of volcanoes on the ocean floor. This find suggests that the volcanic activity may be enough to support subsurface alien life on Jupiter’s moon.

Jan 19, 2022

China to set up a permanent Moon base

Posted by in category: space

#moon #space

Jan 19, 2022

A cattle breeder in Turkiye’s Aksaray says he increased the milk yield of his cows

Posted by in category: futurism

Jan 19, 2022

Meet Ameca, an #android that doesn’t walk (yet) but can have conversations and discussions with people

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

We asked it a series of questions to see how well it could communicate in the loud and busy environment of #CES. Check it out. #CES2022

Jan 19, 2022

New research suggests we may have been wrong about the origin of life

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Jan 19, 2022

Two Parallel Universes Were Produced by The Big Bang

Posted by in category: cosmology

Jan 19, 2022

Satisfying Machines Working on Another Level

Posted by in category: robotics/AI

Scott Automation + RoboticsAutomated Lamb Processing Line https://scottautomation.com/en/ASA-LIFTCABBAGE HARVESTER…

Jan 19, 2022

SpaceX successfully completes first launch of 2022 from Florida

Posted by in categories: internet, satellites

ORLANDO, Fla., Jan. 6 (UPI) — SpaceX kicked off a surge in launch activity Thursday with the successful launch of 49 of the company’s Starlink communications satellites from Florida, heading south along the state’s coastline.

Five SpaceX missions may launch in the next month on the southern polar trajectory, flying closer to the Florida coast toward Miami than most launches, according to the U.S. Space Force.

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Jan 19, 2022

Tesla Giga Nevada to start using Redwood’s recycled battery components

Posted by in categories: computing, mobile phones, sustainability, transportation

On Tuesday, January 4, Panasonic announced that Redwood Materials would start supplying copper foil to its battery production facility in Giga Nevada. The Japanese tech giant announced the news during the 2022 CES tech trade show.

“Our work together to establish a domestic circular supply chain for batteries is an important step in realizing the full opportunity that EVs have to shape a much more sustainable world,” said Allan Swan, the President of Panasonic Energy of North America, at the latest CES tech trade show.

Redwood Materials, which former Tesla CTO JB Straubel founded, will be supplying Panasonic with copper foil made from recycled materials. The company recycles scripts from discarded electronics like cell phone batteries, laptops, power tools, and even scooters and electric bicycles. Redwood extracts materials like cobalt, nickel, and lithium, which are usually mined, from discarded electronics.

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