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Oct 20, 2021

Net Zero Strategy 2021. Through Disruptive Technology & The Power Of Exponential Growth & Uptake

Posted by in categories: biotech/medical, business, economics, food, media & arts, mobile phones, robotics/AI

We are living in a time when we can see what needs to be done, but the industrial legacy of the last century has such power invested, politically and in the media, and so much money at its disposal due to the investors who have too much to lose to walk away, and so they throw good money after bad to desperately try to save their stranded assets.

Well, the next decade will bring new technologies which will rupture the business models of the old guard, tipping the balance on their huge economies of scale, which will quickly disintegrate their advantage before consigning them to history, and these new ways of doing things will be better for us and the environment, and cheaper than every before. Just look at how the internet and the smart phone destroyed everything from cameras to video shops to taxis and the very high street itself.

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Oct 17, 2021

World’s First Robotic Woman

Posted by in categories: media & arts, robotics/AI

This looks familiar…


Robo Woman — 1,968 taken from the British Pathe reel “Miss Honeywell — World’s First Robotic Woman”. See this playlist of our best clips:
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Oct 14, 2021

The Real Reason Countries Are Going Back To The Moon

Posted by in categories: cryptocurrencies, media & arts, space travel

Discusses why people so interested about going back to the moon.

Rare earths, minerals, helium 3 etc. And it might be first come first serve.

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Oct 12, 2021

Chip machine maker ASML will grow into a $500 billion business next year, tech investors predict

Posted by in categories: business, media & arts, robotics/AI

LONDON – ASML, a Dutch firm that makes high-tech machines used in semiconductor manufacturing, will see its market value climb from $302 billion to more than $500 billion next year, according to two tech investors.

Nathan Benaich, founder and general partner of boutique VC firm Air Street Capital, and Ian Hogarth, who sold his AI start-up Songkick to Warner Music Group, wrote in their annual “State of AI” report Tuesday that Europe’s largest tech company is the little-known “linchpin” in the global semiconductor industry.

Founded in 1,984 ASML provides chip makers with essential hardware, software and services to mass produce patterns on silicon using a method called lithography.

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Oct 5, 2021

Eric G Meyer — Founder & Director — Generation Atomic — Advanced Nuclear Power Advocacy For Humanity

Posted by in categories: climatology, media & arts, nuclear energy, policy

Advanced Nuclear Power Advocacy For Humanity — Eric G. Meyer, Founder & Director, Generation Atomic


Eric G. Meyer is the Founder and Director of Generation Atomic (https://generationatomic.org/), a nuclear advocacy non-profit which he founded after hearing about the promise of advanced nuclear reactors, and he decided to devote his life to saving and expanding the use of atomic energy.

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Oct 3, 2021

The Music of Proteins Is Made Audible Through a Computer Program That Learns From Chopin

Posted by in categories: chemistry, computing, information science, media & arts

Proteins are structured like folded chains. These chains are composed of small units of 20 possible amino acids, each labeled by a letter of the alphabet. A protein chain can be represented as a string of these alphabetic letters, very much like a string of music notes in alphabetical notation.

Protein chains can also fold into wavy and curved patterns with ups, downs, turns, and loops. Likewise, music consists of sound waves of higher and lower pitches, with changing tempos and repeating motifs.

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Sep 30, 2021

The Most significant invention of the 20th Century

Posted by in categories: media & arts, robotics/AI

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What makes a truly world-changing invention? Of all the inventions of the 20th century just one could be said to have changed the world in such a way that it touches virtually everybody on the planet’s lives on a daily basis. It has enabled the most rapid development in technology in history and yet you cant see the vast majority of them directly and their individual job is just to switch on and off. This is the story of the MOSFET and how it changed the world.

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Sep 29, 2021

Can China really be on Mars before SpaceX or NASA?

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, cryptocurrencies, finance, media & arts, space travel

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Sep 19, 2021

Why SpaceX’s first private space mission is so important & Jeff Bezos’ reaction

Posted by in categories: 3D printing, media & arts, space travel

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Sep 19, 2021

NASA Turned a Star’s Corpse into Sound — and It’s Magical

Posted by in categories: cosmology, media & arts

NASA Turned a Star’s Corpse into Sound — and It’s Magical.


We all know that there’s no sound in space. However, one project from NASA is turning that fact on its head by transforming images of space objects into beautiful music.

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