Adam Jonas, an analyst at Morgan Stanley, values Spacex at about $46 billion, which is on par with Tesla ($60 billion). His range is pretty wide, though, and spans between $5 billion and $120 billion.
Nor, will they say what data they are collecting on everyone who crosses into or out of the big city. With these towers, privacy doesn't exist… is that the big secret?
Boeing and SpaceX face an aggressive schedule to fly U.S. astronauts to the International Space Station.
One of the challenges of moving to the property we live on was the lack of internet availability. It wasn't that we couldn't do without it but it was nice to be able to at least get information or watch a show while living in a camper without plu
and tells you when to drink water... (Natural News) There comes a point where technology transcends "cool and innovative" and just starts to become "creepy and weird."
Here we will describe the advances that the chinese researchers have made towards practical supercavitating submarines and the need for molten salt nuclear reactors to power them. Molten salt nuclear reactors are under commercial development in Can
Origami-inspired bots that can fold into a number of different shapes have been developed at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).
Saudi Arabia ($45 billion) and Abu Dhabi (Mubadala, $15 billion) have invested a total of $60 billion of their oil generated funds info Softbank Masayoshi Son's Vision Fund. Masayoshi has been selling the fund as investments that will take advantag
Demkina claims that at the age of 10, she developed an ability that allows her to see into a person's body, like an X-ray machine. With this ability, she is able to detect and diagnose people's health issues. Demkina says this ability was unlocke
Alibaba will more than double research and development spending to $15 billion over the next three years to develop next-generation technology, drive its sprawling business and explore moonshot projects that could upend industries.
But "if you're really concerned about coral reefs, biodiversity [and] food production in very poor regions, we're going to have to deploy negative emission technology at scale," said Bill Hare of Climate Analytics, a science and policy instit
Lithium-ion batteries are the current reigning energy-storage champion, powering everything from phones to cars. But as good as it is as an electrode material, lithium is relatively rare, and the cost of mining and refining it can blow out the budget
Remaining connected on international journeys is no longer the exclusive domain of businesspeople. Tourists and holidaymakers also want access to the Internet so that they can keep in touch with their family and friends back home, but more importantl
While everyone is busy arguing that control over weather doesn't exist, or that those who claim it does are crazy, conspiratorial nutters, actual history reveals that it not only exists, but was developed for an ulterior motive.
The lovely, state-of-the-art energy efficient home was built by a team of students from Missouri.
What if it doesn't break the laws of physics?
After many failures, there's still hope.
An achievement decades in the making.
Abigail Allwood is a translator. But instead of reading ancient texts, she reads ancient rocks, and for the past decade, the Australian astrobiologist has been exploring the most remote wilderness on earth in search of microscopic fingerprints of lif
In a thought-provoking and reasoned commentary that asks the question, "Is climate change controversy good for science?
Not much is happening economically speaking this Sunday evening so let's ponder the ability to travel back in time such that the future can change the past.
A piece of research in which the UPV/EHU-University of the Basque Country has participated confirms that merely observing a flow of energy or particles can change its direction.
federalize "transgender rights"...(Natural News) The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) is pushing new legislation that would amend the U.S. Civil Rights Act of 1964 to include "sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity among the prohibited categor
(Natural News) Residents of New York City have been both confused and awestruck lately at the sight of large, mysterious metal towers that are popping up all over the city.
Protecting astronauts from cosmic radiation is one of the key challenges facing future missions to Mars, and Nasa believes it may have a solution.
"Other evidence for this hypothesis is that people with Parkinson's disease often have gastrointestinal problems such as constipation, that can start decades before they develop the disease."
A research group led by professor Jan D. Miller of the University of Utah's Department of Metallurgical Engineering has received a $191,700 grant to aid the development and commercialization of a solid polymer electrolyte/electrode technology for l
Freezing your head in the hope of being resurrected in the future will soon be cheaper than paying for a funeral, a cryogenics expert has claimed.
The Las Vegas shooting is the latest reminder that human blood isn't enough for massive, unexpected transfusions.