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Hello World from quantum computing? Maybe. Maybe not (science news).

October 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Hello World from quantum computing? Maybe. Maybe not (science news).

How ironic that quantum computing may simultaneously both exist and not exist at the same time. But it’s getting better and better all the time. And one year, coming soon, it’s going to change everything forever. https://techcrunch.com/2019/10/26/quantum-computings-hello-world-moment/ The Offworld Report – the best content offworld SFcrowsnest

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Power transmitted by laser: beaming it up (science news).

October 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Power transmitted by laser: beaming it up (science news).

During a three-day-long demo at the US Naval Surface Warfare Center a new advanced laser-based energy system invisibly beamed 400 watts of power across 325 meters, powering an entire navy office – including their all-important coffee machine. Now, that’s science, folks. 

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Multiverse – coming you way soon (science news).

October 27, 2019 | By | Reply More
Multiverse – coming you way soon (science news).

Science is closing in on the theoretical reality of parallel universes. So, what is the state of science when it comes to alternative reality? Seeker, as always, are in search of the answers … 

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Michio Kaku interview: the future of humanity (science video).

October 23, 2019 | By | Reply More
Michio Kaku interview: the future of humanity (science video).

Scientist and all-round super-brain Michio Kaku is interviewed about the future of humanity, alien contact, the multiverse, artificial intelligence, space travel and advanced physics.

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Venus atmosphere – being modified by living organisms? (science video)

October 23, 2019 | By | Reply More
Venus atmosphere – being modified by living organisms? (science video)

Is the atmosphere of Venus being altered by living organisms? An exploration of recent research suggests the atmosphere of Venus could be being modified by the action of microbial life. 

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Balloons And Airships: A Tale Of Lighter Than Air Aviation by Anthony Burton (book review).

October 23, 2019 | By | Reply More
Balloons And Airships: A Tale Of Lighter Than Air Aviation by Anthony Burton (book review).

In steampunk stories, it’s inevitable that airships are used even if they started much earlier than the Victorian era. So a look at Anthony Burton’s book, ‘Balloons And Airships: A Tale Of Lighter Than Air Aviation’, fills in the actual history on the subject. Although the Montgolfier brothers achieved the first manned balloon flight, it […]

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Self-aware robots are redefining consciousness (science video).

October 20, 2019 | By | Reply More
Self-aware robots are redefining consciousness (science video).

What does it mean for a robot to be self-aware? That’s what robotics labs are investigating as they embark on a quest towards artificial consciousness. 

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Print me a space rocket, please (science news).

October 15, 2019 | By | Reply More
Print me a space rocket, please (science news).

When you decide to print your space rocket engines using 3D printers you can drop hundreds of unnecessary components and make them super-resilient compared to traditionally-built engines. Is this the way of the future? It should also be pointed out, that many of the descriptions of the USA’s so-called reported captured flying saucers match this […]

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Images Of The Past: A Century Of Man-Made Disasters by Nigel Blundell (book review).

October 11, 2019 | By | Reply More
Images Of The Past: A Century Of Man-Made Disasters by Nigel Blundell (book review).

I have to confess that the main interest in reading about disasters is ensuring that such things should never happen again and lessons were learnt from it. Nigel Blundell’s book, ‘Images Of The Past: A Century Of Man-Made Disasters’ covers 15 significant ones, although some chapters, deal with collective ones as that befallen the American […]

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Andy Weir talks to Joe about how humanity can survive on Mars (science interview).

October 10, 2019 | By | Reply More
Andy Weir talks to Joe about how humanity can survive on Mars (science interview).

Author of The Martian, Andy Weir, talks to Joe about how humanity can survive on Mars. He’s the man who should know – he got Matt Damon to the Red Planet living off potatoes, right?

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