Venus' closest approach to Earth in 2004, at a distance of 108,000 km, represented the second most favorable opportunity to analyze the planet's atmosphere in more than a decade.
The Pneumatic Network: The pre-electric postal network was a system of pneumatic mail delivery in operation from 1847 to 1851. It was the first network of its kind in the world, and the first time a postal system was completely mechanized, using pneumatic tubes.
The term “transhumanism" was coined by the science fiction author and futurist, Dr. Julian Huxley, in his 1956 book, “The Doors of Perception.” “Transhumanism” defines the collective human aspiration to become more than human. The term also includes the sciences and technologies that are in the process of making that dream a reality
Biosensors are devices, used in biotechnology and medical research to detect and measure the presence of chemicals or substances. Biosensors are used in a variety of fields, including medical research, environmental monitoring, food safety, and in the detection of chemicals and allergens in the environment.
We have become accustomed to the idea of a democratic government that represents the will of the people. But what if that government is a machine?
Quantum Computing is a new computing paradigm in which quantum bits (qubits) can be in superposition of both 0 and 1, meaning that the qubit can be both a 0 and a 1 at the same time. Quantum computers can solve problems that classical computers can’t solve. They’re also hard to build. But since IBM created a quantum computer in the early 1980s, the race to build one has been on. What does this mean for us? It means that we could be living in a world where everything will be a tangled mess of quantum entanglement and quantum computation.
In April of 2016, a team of scientists led by Paul Cherukuri at Rice University announced that that they had discovered that the strong force field emitted by a Tesla coil causes carbon nanotubes to self-assemble into long wires, a phenomenon they call “Teslaphoresis.” The paper’s authors described the nanotube wires as growing and acting like nerves.
"The Gitza pyramid complex was a powerful resonator, casting electricity from the ionosphere. - Built with dolomite, granite and limestone, the pyramids had nearby 20 capacitors (batteries) in granite capsules; 1 ton each. - The complex had an aquifer under ground, piezoelectricity, and a golden cap on top in order to create a strong electromagnetic field through several chemical reactions."
Geoengineering is a controversial topic that has been widely discussed in the past. However, the current momentum of geoengineering has yet to be properly examined.
Vertical farming is a brilliant technology and it is very very helpful and maximizes the outputs of any used agricultural space.
While cyberwarfare has been around in some form since the dawn of the internet, the modern cyberattack has only recently become a concern. Previously, cyberattacks were considered the domain of the military and the intelligence community, with the idea that a nation-state would need to gather evidence to build a case against an attacker.
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The world will eventually run out of food, but it won’t run out of food because of a lack of food. It will run out of food because of a lack of land. According to the United Nations, we have about 12 years before the world runs out of arable land. But they’re wrong. We’re not running out of food – we’re running out of soil.
Artificial Intelligence is coming. Or, more accurately, it’s already here. AI has been inching its way into our lives for years now, but it’s only now that we’re getting a glimpse of its potential. Will it be a good thing? There are many who are worried about the implications of robots taking over the world. But it’s not as bad as Hollywood makes it out to be. In fact, AI is the key to making sure that life continues to thrive in a world of chaos.
Regarding the flat-stationary-Earth versus spinning-globe-Earth debate, it just doesn't seem as important as the issues we're facing right now with the "vaccine" passports, tyrannical government, etc. It seems like it's yet another way to divide people by making us disagree about something. And I feel like unless we each travel to a high enough altitude that the curvature or lack of curvature is visible to us---in person, not on a computer screen---we can't really say that we know for certain that the Earth is a heliocentric globe or a geocentric plane (and possibly an infinite plane). Often it appears that the people who call "flat Earth" dumb are the ones who have done no research on the topic, whereas the people who no longer believe in the spinning ball are the ones who have done the research. Back when I first heard about flat Earth, I thought it was ridiculous, but that's because I had been brainwashed from the time I was a child to believe in the spinning-globe model and hadn't done any research on the flat model. I decided to have an open mind and do some research into it, and by the time I was finished, I thought the spinning-ball Earth was ridiculous.
Scientists have long known that crystals form into patterns which are instantaneously communicated to other molecules around the world, as if invoking a kind of “cosmic internet” that remains unseen.