Positive Mainstream Reviews of Dense Plasma Focus Fusion and IEC Fusion The Economist has positive coverage of dense plasma focus fusion.
Oct. 20 (Bloomberg) -- A miniature video camera in the center of his eyeglass frames and tiny electrodes implanted at the back of his right eye allow Dean Lloyd to see lights and shapes, more than 30 years after he lost his vision.
(CBS) Just over a year ago, 9-year-old Corey Haas and his family feared he would go blind. But, thanks to an experimental procedure, Corey has new outlook on life -- and everything in it.
The engineering problem reduces to building stackable rings, each individually able to have neutral to positive buoyancy. This can be achieved by the expedient of oil filled bladders held in U shaped
An Israeli study published two years ago found a 58 percent increase in risk for parotid tumors among people who relied heavily on their cell phones. And a Swedish study found that he risk for glioma and acoustic neuroma doubled after 10 years of hea
"People have known how to manipulate light, and they've known how to manipulate sound. But they hadn't realized that we can manipulate both at the same time, and that the waves will interact very strongly within this single structure."
Humans see 3 [primary] colors that, combined, allow us to enjoy the visible light spectrum. The mantis shrimp sees 12 colors, ranging into the near-ultraviolet to infrared parts of the spectrum. The creature can also distinguish different forms of po
Scientists thought butterflies were deaf until 1912 when the first butterfly ears were identified. Researchers have recently examined butterfly ears, which they are finding to be quite diverse and present in several butterfly species.
A vast pool of molten rock in the continental crust that underlies southwestern Washington state could supply magma to three active volcanoes in the Cascade Mountains -- Mount St. Helens, Mount Rainier and Mount Adams -- according to a new study that
The higher molecular weight of the polymers increases current density in plastic solar cells by as much as a factor of more than four, a major benefit, the researchers said. The methodology "will greatly accelerate research in this area," Bazan said
9-year-old Corey Haas can ride his bike alone now, thanks to an experimental gene therapy that has boosted his fading vision with a single treatment. The gene therapy helped improve worsening eyesight caused by a rare inherited disease called Leber c
To help with the problem of blood loss from traumatic wounds, the military has started field-testing a device more Mandalorian than M.A.S.H.: a plasma knife.
You Tube description - severed head of a dog brought back to life in the early 1940's by the Soviet Union. by the way the dogs in these vids are heavily sedated so they do not feel pain. including the severed dog head.
Aerospace engineers have designed a hovering craft that mimics the spiraling pattern made by maple tree seeds. Called RoboSeed NAV (nano air vehicle), the craft has a maximum dimension of less than 4 inches, making it the world's smallest controllabl
Wired.com, that Conde Nast online publication that caters to techy people, has published a wave of articles critical of those who oppose massive over-vaccination of the American population.
Supervolcanoes and cosmic impacts get all the terrible glory for causing mass extinctions, but a new theory suggests lowly algae may be the killer behind the world's great species annihilations. Today, just about anywhere there is water, there ca
A new idea for a large substation based in Clovis, New Mexico has the potential to solve one of the biggest hurdles to clean energy growth: transmission. The SuperStation, as its being called, would link the three largest grids - the east, west and T
Just as important, a massive jump in demand is also about to develop. Thus the whole industry is in the midst of engineering a colossal expansion of capacity and obviously securing finance and the often necessary government guarantees. (these are oft
Plants can't see or hear, but they can recognize their siblings, and now researchers have found out how: They use chemical signals secreted from their roots. As soon as one of the plants is thrown in with strangers, it begins competing with them by r
Explosions, scientists arrested for alleged terrorism, mysterious breakdowns — recently Cern’s Large Hadron Collider (LHC) has begun to look like the world’s most ill-fated experiment.
Chemists at Idaho National Laboratory and Idaho State University have invented a way to manufacture highly precise, uniform nanoparticles to order. The technology, Precision Nanoparticles, has the potential to vastly improve the solar cell and furthe
This is something to get up for if you have a good watching post to use. It will be there for Wednesday through Friday. The second link shows where to look, but just left of Orion is more than good enough.
Remember what Ben said? Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both. – Benjamin Franklin
National Security: On the eve of a visit by China's No. 2 ranking military officer, the Obama administration loosens export controls on technology that will benefit Chinese missile development. It's deja vu all over again.
The secret to sex appeal lies with the tampering of pheromones, creating a "sexual tsunami", according to new research.
Jet Lacey and Drew Phillips interview Al Sharpton this morning for FreedomsPhoenix. Then we'll focus our time on Technology that will free us from "The Grid" (Matrix)
A new analysis from a team at the National Solar Observatory suggests that we may be in more than just an unusually long dry spell between sunspot cycles. The team measured the strength of the magnetic fields in the center of sunspots using infrared
Multi-frac horizontals are a "game changer" for oil and gas drilling because of their potential to increase recoveries from established plays. The technology is unlocking tens of thousands of barrels of oil per day in Canada and hundreds of thousands
You Tube summary This is Heart Breaking.What is soooooo upsetting is how these scumbags make a note that this is a very rare reaction to the jab.
True mind-reading devices remain in the realm of science fiction, and lie detectors rely on indirect cues to catch fibbers. Still, brain scans have allowed neuroscientists to predict what people will do during specific task experiments, and even to o