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White House Colludes with Facebook to Censor 'Misinformation'

On Thursday, White House press secretary Jen Psaki admitted that the administration is identifying posts to Facebook that contain "misinformation" about coronavirus vaccines and is in "regular touch" with the Masters of the Universe. Psaki specifically admitted that the administration is flagging "problematic" posts to Facebook.

Jul 16, 2021 by Allum Bokhari - Breitbart
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Why won't the national media cover the story Americans care about most?

It's a very basic concept of journalism: Cover the stories that impact your viewers and readers most, the stories they most care about. But for one very big story, there's been relative silence from our national media, just passing mentions.

Jun 24, 2021 by TheHill
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Extraordinary new material shows zero heat expansion from 4 to 1,400 K

Australian researchers have created what may be one of the most thermally stable materials ever discovered. This new zero thermal expansion (ZTE) material made of scandium, aluminum, tungsten and oxygen did not change in volume at temperatures ranging from 4 to 1400 Kelvin (-269 to 1126 °C, -452 to...

Jun 13, 2021 by New Atlas
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Space-based solar power getting key test aboard US military's mysterious X-37B space plane

A U.S. military space plane is being used to flight-validate the best ways to gather the sun's energy for power beaming from Earth orbit. In mid-March, the latest classified mission of the U.S. Space Force's X-37B robotic space plane winged past 300 days in Earth orbit.

May 28, 2021 by Leonard David
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World first: Oblique wave detonation engine may unlock Mach 17 aircraft

UCF researchers say they've trapped a sustained explosive detonation, fixed in place, for the first time, channeling its enormous power into thrust in a new oblique wave detonation engine that could propel an aircraft up to 17 times the speed of sound, potentially beating the scramjet as a... It'll also enable spaceplanes to efficiently fly themselves right up into orbit without strapping themselves to rocket boosters. And there could of course be some significant implications for national security and the global nuclear balance of power.

May 18, 2021 by New Atlas
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World-first "impossible" rotating detonation engine fires up

A Florida team working with the US Air Force says that it's built and tested an experimental model of a rotating detonation rocket engine, which uses a spinning series of chaotic explosions inside a ring channel to create super-efficient thrust.

May 18, 2021 by New Atlas
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IBM's New Chip Technology Shows Off the Next Big Step in Moore's Law

Increasingly, modern life depends on how skillfully we shuttle electrons through the nanoscale mazes etched on computer chips. These processors aren't just for laptops anymore-they're used in your car, your thermostat, your refrigerator and microwave. And the pandemic has revealed just how deeply our dependence runs.

May 10, 2021 by Jason Dorrier
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This Nuclear Reactor Just Made Fusion Viable by 2030. Seriously.

From Popular Mechanics Private startup TAE has announced it's just 9 years from a commercial nuclear fusion plant. The challenges of plasma fusion are mostly in containment. TAE uses a particle accelerator beam to superheat plasma.

Apr 09, 2021 by Caroline Delbert - Yahoo
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Nike now holds patent for blockchain-based sneakers called 'CryptoKicks'

The US Patent Office has today issued sportswear brand Nike's patent for its blockchain -compatible sneakers dubbed "CrpytoKicks." The patent outlines a system whereby blockchain can be used to attach cryptographically secured digital assets to a physical product, in this case a sports shoe.

Mar 01, 2021 by Matthew Beedham - Hard Fork
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Fox News Cancels Lou Dobbs' Show for Saying Biden Stole the 2020 Election

Fox News has canceled Lou Dobbs Tonight and the pro-Trump host is not expected to return to the television news network's airwaves, according to a Friday evening report. The Los Angeles Times reports. Dobbs' program, which airs twice nightly at 5 and 7 p.m.

Feb 25, 2021 by Joshua Caplan - Breitbart
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Twitter Suspends Journalist for Posting Pictures of Detroit Elections Office Van Unloading Suspicious Boxes to Ballot Processing Center at 3:30 am on Election Night

Journalist Cassandra Fairbanks has reported that Twitter suspended her for posting evidence that boxes of ballots were delivered by a city elections van between 3:30 and 4:30 am at a Detroit processing facility on the morning of Nov. 4, 2020.

Feb 25, 2021 by Shane Trejo - Big League Politics
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The US Military Secretly Built An Artificial Brain Called The Sentient

Since 2010, various US agencies have been developing a top-secret artificial intelligence system that they called Sentient, a term that translates as "conscious" or "endowed with senses." The documents confidential and classified recently published by The Verge describes the Program Sentient National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) as an intelligence system fully integrated system that can coordinate satellite positions, and will soon be used to manage operations in the battlefield during military clashes.

Feb 25, 2021 by Infinity Explorers
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Dizzying view of Perseverance mid-descent makes its '7 minutes of terror' feel very real

The Perseverance Mars rover landed safely yesterday, but only after a series of complex maneuvers as it descended at high speed through the atmosphere, known by the team as the "seven minutes of terror." NASA has just shared a hair-raising image of the rover as it dangled from its jetpa...

Feb 24, 2021 by Devin Coldewey - TechCrunch
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U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change "fabric of reality"

U.S. Navy holds patents for enigmatic inventions by the aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore Pais. He came up with potentially revolutionary technology that can "engineer" reality, devising an ultrafast craft, a fusion reactor and more. While mostly theoretical at this point, the inventions could transform energy, space, and military sectors.

Feb 24, 2021 by Big Think
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US Army Testing Machine Gun-Style Laser Weapon That Vaporizes Targets

The United States Army is developing a powerful new laser weapon capable of rapidly firing metal-vaporizing pulses, much like a machine gun. The new weapon, called the Tactical Ultrashort Pulsed Laser for Army Platforms, is expected to be about a million times stronger than any other laser weapon out there, New Scientist reports.

Feb 24, 2021 by Futurism
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Inside New York's $95 Million Penthouse: 432 Park Avenue

The buzz has been building for years: 432 Park Avenue, located between 56th and 57th street, is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. With topping complete at 1,396 feet and the last of the concrete finally poured three years after the start of construction, it surpasses the Empire State Building (1,250 feet) and the Chrysler Building (1,046 feet) without its spire, and its rooftop is the highest in the city.

Feb 06, 2021 by Alicia Adamczyk - Forbes
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The Down Side to Life in a Supertall Tower: Leaks, Creaks, Breaks

The nearly 1,400-foot tower at 432 Park Avenue, briefly the tallest residential building in the world, was the pinnacle of New York's luxury condo boom half a decade ago, fueled largely by foreign buyers seeking discretion and big returns.

Feb 06, 2021 by DNyuz
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Amazon Committed to Hosting Twitter Despite Them Hosting Violent Content, Allegedly Child Porn

Calls for continued violence in the aftermath of the George Floyd protests still remains on Twitter user timelines

Feb 06, 2021 by Frank Salvato - National File
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IMF Calls for Credit Score to be Tied to Internet Search History

In a blog post courtesy of the International Monetary Fund, IMF researchers Arnoud Boot, Peter Hoffmann, Luc Laeven, and Lev Ratnovski called for internet search history to be tied to credit score.

Feb 06, 2021 by Justin Fitzgerald - RealityCircuit
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YouTube Deletes Videos of Senate Hearing On Coronavirus Treatments from Sen. Ron Johnson's Channel

Google-owned YouTube took down several videos from the channel of Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI). The videos were from a Senate hearing on coronavirus treatments, featuring a doctor testifying about the use of the medicine Ivermectin in cases of the Chinese virus.

Feb 06, 2021 by Allum Bokhari - Breitbart
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Google threatens to remove its search engine from Australia if new law goes into effect

Google is threatening to pull its search engine from an entire country - Australia - if a proposed law goes into effect that would force Google to pay news publishers for their content.

Jan 23, 2021 by Sean Hollister - The Verge
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Microsoft, Big Tech Coalition Developing Rockefeller-Funded COVID Passports

A coalition of big tech companies, including Microsoft is developing a COVID passport, with the expectation that a digital document linked to vaccination status will be required to travel and get access to basic services. The group is calling itself the Vaccination Credential Initiative (VCI), and includes Microsoft, Salesforce and Oracle.

Jan 17, 2021 by Steve Watson - Summit News
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How Pretty Good Privacy works, and how you can use it for secure communication

Sending sensitive information through the internet is always nerve-racking. What if somebody else sees the bank information I'm sending? Or even those dank memes that should not be spoken

Jan 17, 2021 by freeCodeCamp.org
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Advisor resigns from ID2020 objecting to blockchain immunity passports for COVID-19

Elizabeth M. Renieris, a Harvard lawyer on the ID2020 technical advisory committee, has resigned from the ID2020 Alliance. The organization aims to enable digital identity for those that lack one, and is especially active with refugees and marginalized groups. Renieris' resignation was driven by concerns that the organization will get involved in COVID-19 immunity passports, as Coindesk first reported.

Jan 17, 2021 by Ledger Insights
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Mozilla CEO Says Deplatforming President Trump Isn't Enough

Winifred Mitchell Baker, the executive chairwoman and CEO of Mozilla, says that deplatforming President Donald Trump "isn't enough" and has made suggestions for social media and other platforms to crack down on the entire conservative movement.

Jan 11, 2021 by Matt Margolis - PJ Media
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Social media platform Parler goes dark after Amazon cloud suspension

Alternative social media platform Parler went down early Monday following Amazon Web Services' decision to suspend Parler from its cloud hosting service after Wednesday's U.S. Capitol riot. CEO John Matze told " Sunday Morning Futures" that the site will try to "get back online as quickly as possible," after writing on the platform that the site may be down for up to a week.

Jan 11, 2021 by Evie Fordham - Fox Business
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Stripe stops processing payments for Trump campaign website

Stripe Inc. will no longer process payments for President Trump's campaign website following last week's riot at the Capitol, according to people familiar with the matter. The financial-technology company handles card payments for millions of online businesses and e-commerce platforms, including Mr. Trump's campaign website and online fundraising apparatus.

Jan 11, 2021 by Fox Business
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2-Acre Vertical Farm Run By AI And Robots Out-Produces 720-Acre Flat Farm

Plenty is an ag-tech startup in San Francisco, co-founded by Nate Storey, that is reinventing farms and farming. Storey, who is also the company's chief science officer, says the future of farms is vertical and indoors because that way, the food can grow anywhere in the world, year-round; and the future of farms employ robots and AI to continually improve the quality of growth for fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

Dec 29, 2020 by Andrea D. Steffen - Intelligent Living
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How Elon Musk, Blue Origin, and the US could set up the first extraterrestrial government

The moment when the first human sets foot on Mars is becoming ever-closer. The 140 million mile distance between Earth and the Red Planet is set to be breached within the next two decades, Nasa predicts.

Dec 29, 2020 by The Independent
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Zoom employee secretly censored users on behalf of China, alleges DOJ

A senior Zoom employee falsely accused users of supporting terrorism and distributing child sexual abuse material in an effort to stop them from talking about the Tiananmen Square massacre, according to the U.S. Department of Justice. In a lengthy criminal complaint, the DOJ details how the employee, Xinjiang Jin, worked to spy on and censor Zoom users across the globe.

Dec 29, 2020 by Jack Morse - Mashable
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Owners of SolarWinds Have Links to Obama, the Clintons, China, Hong Kong and the US Election Process

Who owns SolarWinds? This is a good question due to the complicated sales and purchases of related companies and individual owners over the past few years. Per our research, the owners of SolarWinds are related to the Clintons and companies that verify elections in the US.

Dec 29, 2020 by Joe Hoft - Gateway Pundit
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Nashville "Bombing" - Directed Energy Weapon Caught on Camera BEFORE Explosion! UPDATED: Now "National Defense Airspace"

Nashville "Bombing" - Directed Energy Weapon Caught on Camera BEFORE Explosion! UPDATED: Now "National Defense Airspace" UPDATED 6:01 PM EST see bottom -- Security camera video from Nashville, TN shows what appears to be a Directed Energy Weapon coming down out of the sky and burning the AT&T Data Center location just seconds BEFORE a massive explosion erupted.

Dec 29, 2020 by Hal Turner Radio Show
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Nuclear weapons agency breached amid massive cyber onslaught

The Energy Department and National Nuclear Security Administration, which maintains the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile, have evidence that hackers accessed their networks as part of an extensive espionage operation that has affected at least half a dozen federal agencies, officials directly familiar with the matter said.

Dec 29, 2020 by Natasha Bertrand & Eric Wolff - Yahoo News
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Exclusive: Microsoft breached in suspected Russian hack using SolarWinds

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Microsoft was hacked as part of the suspected Russian campaign that has hit multiple U.S. government agencies by taking advantage of the widespread use of software from SolarWinds Corp, according to people familiar with the matter. As with networking management software by SolarWinds, Microsoft's own products were then used to further the attacks on others, the people said.

Dec 29, 2020 by Joseph Menn - Reuters
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Penny-Sized Ionocraft Flies With No Moving Parts
A drone powered by electrohydrodynamic thrust is the smallest flying robot ever made
Nov 25, 2020 by Evan Ackerman - IEEE Spectrum
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This 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 720 Acre 'Flat Farms'

Updated Nov 21: 750 acres in the title was a typo; the correct number is 720 According to Nate Storey, the future of farms is vertical. It's also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land.

Nov 25, 2020 by John Koetsier - Forbes
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Who has banned Zoom? Google, NASA, and more

Zoom's security woes have led to a number of organizations, companies, and schools banning or restricting its use, with some recommending alternatives such as Microsoft Teams. Video conferencing app Zoom has had a massive increase in users because of new remote work requirements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Oct 17, 2020 by Brandon Vigliarolo
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Researchers develop "biological concrete" that grows moss and fungi

News: Scientists at a Spanish university are developing a new type of concrete that captures rainwater to create living walls of moss and fungi. Unlike existing vertical garden systems which require complex supporting structures, the new "biological concrete" supports the growth of organisms on its own surface, according to researchers from Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in Barcelona.

Mar 26, 2020 by Emilie Chalcraft
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Semi-transparent solar cells could make greenhouses self-sufficient

Greenhouses and solar panels both need to be placed in areas with a lot of sunlight - so why not combine the two? Semi-transparent solar cells could potentially be built into the glass roof panels of greenhouses, capturing light at wavelengths that plants don't use anyway. Now, researchers at North...

Mar 26, 2020 by NoamArmonn/Depositphotos
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A Farewell to Facebook

I wrote this a few days ago on FB, because I'm out. 🙂 # I'm paring down my FB presence. For the last week I've only been on for a brief time each day. I'll be taking that down even further. I'll be posting links when I blog for the people who stick around.

Feb 06, 2021 by correia45 - Monster Hunter Nation
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Facebook 'Secretly' Tracks Your iPhone Location - This Is How To Stop It

Facebook has a data addiction-it can't help itself. The social media giant's entire business model is built around collecting, processing and then monetizing our personal information. Facebook seemingly can't contemplate user information that crosses its path which it doesn't harvest and add to its data vault.

Dec 29, 2020 by Zak Doffman - Forbes
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'Free speech' Reddit clone Voat says it will shut down on Christmas

Voat, an "anti-censorship" alternative social network that's been described as the "alt-right Reddit," is scheduled to shut down on December 25th. Voat co-founder Justin Chastain announced the pending closure yesterday, saying the site had run out of money after an investor defaulted on their contract in March.

Dec 29, 2020 by Adi Robertson - TheVerge
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Tony Hsieh, iconic Las Vegas tech entrepreneur, dies aged 46

Tony Hsieh, the former head of Zappos who catapulted the shoe company into the big leagues with a sale to Amazon and then used the proceeds of his success in a huge project kickstarting regeneration of a run-down part of Las Vegas, Nevada, with tech and wider business investments, has died at the a...

Dec 03, 2020 by Ingrid Lunden - TechCrunch
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Victory: Indiana Supreme Court Rules that Police Can't Force Smartphone User to Unlock Her Phone

In courts across the country, EFF has been arguing that the police cannot constitutionally require you to unlock your phone or give them your password, and today the Indiana Supreme Court issued a strong opinion agreeing with us. In the case, Seo v. State, the court found that the Fifth Amendment...

Nov 25, 2020 by Andrew Crocker - Electronic Frontier Foundation
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Arizona AG Sues Google, Claims Illegal Collection of Phones' Location Data

Arizona's attorney general has reportedly filed a lawsuit against Google accusing the firm of illegally collecting smartphone users' location data. According to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, "It's nearly impossible to stop Google from tracking your movements without your knowledge or consent."

Nov 25, 2020 by Lucas Nolan - Breitbart News
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65 Million-Year-Old Evolutionary Arms Race: Moths' Extraordinarily Sophisticated Wing Design

Moths Strike Out in Evolutionary Arms Race With Sophisticated Wing Design Ultra-thin, super-absorbent and extraordinarily designed to detract attention, the wings of moths could hold the key for developing technological solutions to survive in a noisy world. As revealed in a new study publishe

Nov 25, 2020 by SciTechDaily
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Portland, Maine has voted to ban facial recognition

Portland, Maine has passed a ballot initiative banning the use of facial recognition by police and city agencies. The Bangor Daily News is reporting that voters have passed a ballot initiative bolstering a ban on facial recognition by city agencies. The initiative follows a city council vote in August, which put a preliminary ban in place as an ordinance.

Nov 25, 2020 by Russell Brandom
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Wall Street Moves Into China, Despite Tech and Trade Battles | WSJ

With tensions running high, Washington and Beijing have pushed to decouple technology and trade. But American financial firms including JPMorgan and Goldman ...

Oct 16, 2020 by Wall Street Journal - Youtube
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Scientists Create a Prototype 'Air Plasma' Engine That Works Without Fossil Fuels

A prototype jet engine can propel itself without using any fossil fuels, potentially paving the way for carbon-neutral air travel. The device compresses air and ionizes it with microwaves, generating plasma that thrusts it forward, according to research published Tuesday in the journal AIP Advances.

May 11, 2020 by Dan Robitzski, Futurism
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The importance of Devuan

With systemd the main advantage to use Linux is obsolete.

We are a small team at ungleich and we simply don't have the time to fix problems caused by systemd on a daily basis. This is even without calculating the security risks that come with systemd. Our objective is to create a great, easy-to-use platform for VM hosting, not to walk a tightrope.

Nov 16, 2019 by ungleich glarus ag
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Twitter Changes Terms of Service to Welcome Pedophiles, Permitting Discussion 'Attraction Towards Minors' and Sharing of Depictions of Nude Children
Tech Blogs · Jul 28, 2020 by Ben Davis

162.7KSharesSocial media giant Twitter has updated their terms of service to allow their users to discuss adult attraction to minors as well as share artistic depictions of nude children. Advertisement The updated policy states: "Discussions related to child sexual exploitation as a phenomenon or attraction towards minors are permitted, provided they don't promote or glorify [...]


tags: #twitter #terms-of-service
Google Erases the Existence of Those Who Speak Unwelcome Truths
Tech Blogs · May 18, 2020 by Frontpagemag

For the tech giants, 1984 is an instruction manual. Daniel Greenfield, the peerless Shillman Fellow and FrontPage writer, tweeted the news on May 7: "Google just erased my Sultan Knish blog and Front Page Mag articles from the first pages of results for my name doubt very much this is accidental."


tags: #freedom #censorship #free-speech #google #evil #online #digital #supression #dystopian
IBM And Nazi Germany
Tech Blogs · Apr 08, 2020 by CBS News

Newly uncovered Nazi-era documents shed light on the alleged role IBM played in helping Hitler to carry out the Holocaust in Poland, according to the author of a controversial book on the subject.


tags: #technology #war-crimes #ibm #nationalist-socialism
This City Bench Absorbs More Air Pollution Than A Grove Of Trees
Tech Blogs · Mar 26, 2020 by Trevor Nace

London is the latest city to gain a city bench with the ability to absorb as much pollution as a small forest. The vertical garden, which doubles as a bench, is Green City Solutions' CityTree. Using a vertical installation of moss, the bench can absorb as much pollution as 275 trees in 1 percent of the space.


tags: #green #environment #greenhouse #greenhouses #fungi #cement #wall #living-concrete #concrete #green-concrete #architecture #moss #moss-covered #bio-systems #ecology #pollution
Goodyear invented a new tire that never needs to be changed. Here's how its self-regenerating tread works.
Tech Blogs · Mar 16, 2020 by Business Insider

Goodyear has unveiled its reCharge Concept tires that are self-regenerating and self-charging with artificial intelligence features. The tires can change its treads according to the climate and terrain. Goodyear claims its concept tires keep in line with the trending needs of electric and sustainable mobility. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.


tags: #tech #innovation #design #renewable #tire #goodyear #cool #interesting #concept
World's first manned aerobatic drone shown pulling loops and rolls
Tech Blogs · Mar 09, 2020 by New Atlas

This racy-looking 12-rotor coaxial multicopter has been filmed in Croatia pulling extreme rolls and loops, and carrying a human on board. Not at the same time, mind you, but still, to see a drone of this size pulling stunts like this is astonishing.


tags: #drone #drones #aeronautics #manned-drone #aerobatic #aerobatics #high-g #aerial #planes #flying #airships
Slaughterbots
Tech Blogs · Jan 17, 2020 by Stop Autonomous Weapons

If this isn't what you want, please take action at autonomousweapons.org/


tags: #ai #artificialintelligence #slaughterbots #bankillerrobots #stuart-russell #artificial-intelligence #slaughter-bots #ban-killer-robots #stop-autonomous-weapo
Spark AR TV - Augmented Reality Developer's Corner
Tech Blogs · Jan 16, 2020 by Billynyh

Unofficial Spark AR video tutorial collections


tags: #ar #facebook #augmented-reality #spark-ar #tutorials #videos #spark #facebook-spark

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The US Military Secretly Built An Artificial Brain Called The Sentient

Since 2010, various US agencies have been developing a top-secret artificial intelligence system that they called Sentient, a term that translates as "conscious" or "endowed with senses." The documents confidential and classified recently published by The Verge describes the Program Sentient National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) as an intelligence system fully integrated system that can coordinate satellite positions, and will soon be used to manage operations in the battlefield during military clashes.

Feb 25, 2021 by Infinity Explorers
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U.S. Navy controls inventions that claim to change "fabric of reality"

U.S. Navy holds patents for enigmatic inventions by the aerospace engineer Dr. Salvatore Pais. He came up with potentially revolutionary technology that can "engineer" reality, devising an ultrafast craft, a fusion reactor and more. While mostly theoretical at this point, the inventions could transform energy, space, and military sectors.

Feb 24, 2021 by Big Think
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Inside New York's $95 Million Penthouse: 432 Park Avenue

The buzz has been building for years: 432 Park Avenue, located between 56th and 57th street, is the tallest residential tower in the Western Hemisphere. With topping complete at 1,396 feet and the last of the concrete finally poured three years after the start of construction, it surpasses the Empire State Building (1,250 feet) and the Chrysler Building (1,046 feet) without its spire, and its rooftop is the highest in the city.

Feb 06, 2021 by Alicia Adamczyk - Forbes
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The Down Side to Life in a Supertall Tower: Leaks, Creaks, Breaks

The nearly 1,400-foot tower at 432 Park Avenue, briefly the tallest residential building in the world, was the pinnacle of New York's luxury condo boom half a decade ago, fueled largely by foreign buyers seeking discretion and big returns.

Feb 06, 2021 by DNyuz
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How Pretty Good Privacy works, and how you can use it for secure communication

Sending sensitive information through the internet is always nerve-racking. What if somebody else sees the bank information I'm sending? Or even those dank memes that should not be spoken

Jan 17, 2021 by freeCodeCamp.org
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2-Acre Vertical Farm Run By AI And Robots Out-Produces 720-Acre Flat Farm

Plenty is an ag-tech startup in San Francisco, co-founded by Nate Storey, that is reinventing farms and farming. Storey, who is also the company's chief science officer, says the future of farms is vertical and indoors because that way, the food can grow anywhere in the world, year-round; and the future of farms employ robots and AI to continually improve the quality of growth for fruits, vegetables, and herbs.

Dec 29, 2020 by Andrea D. Steffen - Intelligent Living
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How Elon Musk, Blue Origin, and the US could set up the first extraterrestrial government

The moment when the first human sets foot on Mars is becoming ever-closer. The 140 million mile distance between Earth and the Red Planet is set to be breached within the next two decades, Nasa predicts.

Dec 29, 2020 by The Independent
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Penny-Sized Ionocraft Flies With No Moving Parts
A drone powered by electrohydrodynamic thrust is the smallest flying robot ever made
Nov 25, 2020 by Evan Ackerman - IEEE Spectrum
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