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Pentagon Releases New Video of US Military’s Missile Destruction Test

Pentagon Releases New Video of US Military’s Missile Destruction Test

00 A missile destruction test was carried out this week in a show of apparent strength for the US ballistic missile defense program. A single blank missile was shot out of the sky over the Pacific Ocean by an interceptor missile launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The dummy missile was launched from the Kwajalein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. The drama of the successful missile destruction test was captured in a video released…

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This Enormous Machine Just Started Extracting Carbon Dioxide from Air

This Enormous Machine Just Started Extracting Carbon Dioxide from Air

00 Carbon dioxide will soon become a commodity as a Swiss Company launches its venture to remove CO2 from the atmosphere and transform it into useful products this month. Possible products include fertilizers for greenhouse based agriculture. Climeworks, the company behind the idea is ambitiously planning to scale its radical technology to meet its goal of removing 1 percent of the global annual carbon dioxide emissions by 2025. There has been no successful testing of…

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Stratolaunch: The Rocket-Launching Aircraft Longer Than a Football Field Unveiled!

Stratolaunch: The Rocket-Launching Aircraft Longer Than a Football Field Unveiled!

00 Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has rolled out the phenomenal Stratolaunch aircraft, the world’s largest plane by wingspan, to begin its fuel tests, which marks the completion of the initial construction phase. This is a key milestone for the aircraft as it aims to provide convenient, reliable, and routine access to low Earth orbit. Stratolaunch aircraft Weighing at a whopping 500,000 lbs, the aircraft is 385 ft in length making it wider than a National Football…

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The Future of Driving | Ohio University

The Future of Driving | Ohio University

00 Over the next ten years, we’ll likely see driverless cars cruising alongside traditional autos on our roads. As the technology for self-driving cars is becoming more advanced and excitement grows, so do concerns and questions about their effect on the future of driving. To learn more, check out the infographic above created by Ohio University’s Online Master of Science in Civil Engineering program. Technology Aiding Drivers – an Old Concept A completely driverless car…

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

Samsung Galaxy S8 Review

00 I have to be perfectly honest with you… I never thought this day would come. When Samsung released its first Galaxy phone back in 2009, it was clear that the company would become a contender in the revitalized smartphone market. When it released the first Galaxy Note smartphone two years later in 2011, it was clear that Samsung wasn’t afraid to take chances. And when Samsung released the Galaxy S4 in 2013, it was…

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This Smartphone Case Can Make You Coffee On the Go

This Smartphone Case Can Make You Coffee On the Go

00 Coffee drinkers know that a quality cup of coffee can make or break a day. Whether it’s Starbucks, Dunkin, Costa, or a home brew, coffee serves as a crucial part of a coffee addict’s day. There’s nothing worse than running late or a crowded cafe forcing you to bypass your favorite caffeinated beverage in order to stick to a schedule. One Kickstarter project wants to make sure you always have time for coffee even…

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This Robotic Drill Can Perform Complex Cranial Surgeries 50 Times Faster

This Robotic Drill Can Perform Complex Cranial Surgeries 50 Times Faster

00 Surgical precision is a highly required skill from humans to ensure the success of operations and the survival of patients. Well, how about entrusting your surgical procedure at the hands of a robotic drill? The University of Utah has developed an automated drill that can perform one type of complex cranial surgery 50 times faster than standard procedures.   How the robotic drill works Researchers from the University of Utah Health developed and calibrated the…

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UK’s Newest Fusion Reactor Just Generated Its First Plasma

UK’s Newest Fusion Reactor Just Generated Its First Plasma

00 The United Kingdom switched on its newest fusion reactor last week, and the ST40 has already hit a milestone. The tokamak reactor already generated plasma within the core. [Image Source: Tokamak Energy] The reactor, created by Tokamak Energy, should heat plasma to 100 million degrees Celsius (or 180 million degrees Fahrenheit) by 2018. That’s seven times hotter than the Sun’s core temperature. It’s at that temperature that fusion can occur — where hydrogen can fuse…

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Bailong Elevator: Would You Dare Ride This Insanely Tall Outdoor Lift?

Bailong Elevator: Would You Dare Ride This Insanely Tall Outdoor Lift?

00 Bailong elevator is officially the tallest outdoor lift or elevator in the world, according to Guinness World Records. Its name means “Hundred Dragons Elevator”. Literally hewn into the side of a cliff in Wilingyaun area of China, the whole structure rises 326 meters up the cliff. The incredible Bailong Elevator in Hunan, China was honored in 2015 at a special Guinness World Records certificate presentation event. Amazingly, the upper 171.4 meters of the structure is above…

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Stephen Hawking Says Humans Must Leave Earth in 100 Years to Survive

Stephen Hawking Says Humans Must Leave Earth in 100 Years to Survive

00 Last year, Stephen Hawking has warned us humans that we probably only have around 1,000 years left to thrive on Earth. Hawking also gave us a solution to save our race from this impending doomsday. “We must continue exploring space in order to improve our knowledge of humanity. We must go beyond our humble planet”, he said. But a few months later, the renowned astrophysicist has greatly condensed millennium-long prediction to only a century….

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