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It uses a rotating cylinder covered in nitinol wire bundles. The wires are loaded up as they pass through one side, sucking heat out of the air and storing it up. Then as they rotate past the other side, they're allowed to snap back into shape, dump

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"As these bacteria pass their electrons into metals or other solid surfaces, they can produce a stream of electricity that can be used for low-power applications," said Haluk Beyenal, a distinguished university professor of chemical engineering a

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The subjective sense that time moves faster as we get older is a universal one, and over the years scientists have proffered a number of different explanations as to why this happens. A professor of mechanical engineering at Duke University is sugges

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a computer capable of a quintillion calculations per second...Intel said on Monday that it would build the US's most powerful supercomputer, so fast that it could process 1 quintillion -- 1 billion times 1 billion, or 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 -- c

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https://www.lewrockwell.com

Facebook, which seems to have become a government-run agency claiming to help fight the war on 'fake news,' has pledged to delete and flag content that spreads misinformation. This is great, and should be done, but the only problem is that conten

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Planet Labs received $168 million in funding and some of the funding will be to launch many more satellites. On April 1, 2019 they will launch 20 next-generation Dove satellites - Flock 4a - are scheduled to launch on ISRO's PSLV-C45 rocket.

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If and when the Gateway outpost is deployed in 2023, it will need an airlock to get any useful work done, so ESA is working on a new egress point for scientific experiments for the cislunar manned laboratory. Based on two independent approaches by Ai

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