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China will have pre-exaFLOP prototype supercomputer in 2017 which is preparation for an exaFLOP supercomputer in 2020  

China is planning to develop a prototype of an exascale computer, considered the next frontier of supercomputers, by the end of 2017, according to a developer Tuesday.EArly in 2016, China had announced plans to build three different pre-exascale systems with three very different architectures, according to some Tweets put out by James Lin, vice director for the Center of HPC at Shanghai Jiao Tong University.The three-way horse race for exascale machines in China will set up a horse race between

2017-01-18 16:55:25

Life-Saving Device Could Transform The Medical Market in 2017  

A little-known biotech company is poised to potentially earn millions in revenue with the planned upcoming release of a breakthrough technology that could prevent massive numbers of strokes with a simple test that is affordable and accessible to the average American.A Multi-Billion- Dollar Problem with a $49,000 AnswerStroke statistics are shocking: Globally, every year 15 million people suffer a stroke. Of these, some 6 million are killed, while 5 million are rendered permanently disabled. In

2017-01-18 13:25:23

Growing new human eyes and reversing paralysis in the past twelve months are just the start of a Stem Cell Revolution  

Peter Diamandis, Xprize and Singularity University, indicates that we are at the cusp of a stem cell revolution. Understanding and harnessing these unique cells may unlock breakthroughs in longevity and therapeutic solutions to all kinds of chronic diseases and regenerative opportunities.Recent Stem Cell Success StoriesHere are the top three stories over the past 12 months which demonstrate the potential stem cells :a) Stem Cells Able to Grow New Human Eyes: Biologists led by Kohji Nishida at Os

2017-01-18 10:13:01

South Korea making a 1000 kilometer per hour low pressure tube high speed train that will go from Seoul to Busan in 30 minutes  

South Korea is seeking to develop a train-like public transport concept that is almost as fast as the speed of sound up 1,000 km / h, the Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI) said Tuesday.The state-run institute will join forces with other research groups and Hanyang University to build the near-supersonic "train", which would be able to travel from Seoul to Busan in half an hour."We hope to create an ultra-fast train, which will travel inside a state-of-the-art low-pressure t

2017-01-18 07:42:34

Memristor can do multistate processing as well as nonvolatile memory  

Short of full blown molecular computers or universal quantum computers or optical computers memristors have the most potential for a hardware change to dramatically boost the power and capabilities of computers. The boost to computer power could be nearly a million times by fully leveraging memristors. It would likely be more like a thousand times with more near to mid term usage of memristors. Memristors (aka ReRAM) could become computer memory that is over 10 times denser than Flash or DRAM in

2017-01-18 07:08:22

Russia tests railgun by firing 7200 mph projectiles but the test projectile is 1000 times smaller than US railgun  

A team of Russian scientists has successfully tested the country's first railgun, which relies on electromagnetic forces rather than explosives or propellant. According to experts at the Institute of High Temperatures' branch in Shatura, just outside Moscow, the railgun can fire shells at an incredibly fast speed of 3 kilometers per second, which is well enough to cut through any type of armor existing today.During the latest test, a 15 gram plastic cylinder fired by the railgun went thr

2017-01-18 04:40:37

Spacex financials show it is a big startup and the 4000 satellite internet business is the big payday  

The Wall Street Journal obtained Spacex internal documents which reveal Spacex has a thin bottom line vulnerable to accidents, hopes planned satellite-internet business will finance eventual Mars missionsSpaceX lost $260 million in 2015. An explosion of a Falcon 9 rocket grounded Spacex for six months;Spacex ended 2015 with $1.3 billion in cash. This was mainly from a $1 billion investment by Google and Fidelity and upfront payments. This is similar to reservations for Telsa motors model 3.Space

2017-01-18 01:36:43

Pan-mTOR inhibitors may be superior to rapamycin for antiaging  

Gerosuppression by pan-mTOR inhibitorsRapamycin slows organismal aging and delays age-related diseases, extending lifespan in numerous species. In cells, rapamycin and other rapalogs such as everolimus suppress geroconversion from quiescence to senescence. Rapamycin inhibits some, but not all, activities of mTOR. Recently we and others demonstrated that pan-mTOR inhibitors, known also as dual mTORC1/C2 inhibitors, suppress senescent phenotype. As a continuation of these studies, here we investig

2017-01-17 17:50:56

Russia is modernizing military to updated 1980s technology but could drop to level of Pakistan in terms of world power by 2050  

Russia's 2011-20 State Armaments Program's major benchmarks emphasised the percentage of modern equipment in service: 30% of total by 2015 and 70% by 2020. Their success in that pursuit has been mixed, and exact numbers are hard to find, but the share of modern equipment in service has clearly been increasing.Russia's Deputy Defense Minister said in April 2016 that the military had received some 1,200 'new and modernized aircraft' since 2013—250 new planes, 300 new helicopters an...

2017-01-17 13:23:10

Saudi Arabia making $30-50 billion investment into renewable energy by 2023  

Saudi Arabia will launch a renewable energy program in coming weeks that is expected to involve investment of between $30 billion and $50 billion by 2023 They will start the first round of bidding within weeks for projects under the program, which would produce 10 gigawatts of power.Riyadh is in the early stages of feasibility and design studies for its first two commercial nuclear reactors, which will total 2.8 gigawatts, Falih said."There will be significant investment in nuclear energy,&

2017-01-17 09:21:38

5G wireless will be a general purpose technology like the steam engine that will boost the global economy by $3 trillion by 2035  

5G cellular could have a bigger economic impact than expected, according to an IHS study sponsored by Qualcomm. The report comes at a time when carriers are racing to test 5G prototype products and standards are still in development.5G could enable as much as $12.3 trillion in goods and services in 2035 when its full effects are realized, the 5G Economy report said. By that time, companies developing 5G products and services could generate $3.5 trillion in revenue and 22 million jobs. The so-cal

2017-01-17 05:09:10

Long term economic disappointment possible for India   

The IMF has cut the GDP growth forecast of India for the current fiscal year to 6.6 percent from its previous estimate of 7.6 percent citing the "temporary negative consumption shock" of demonetisation announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 8 November.India had been projected to grow about 7.0-7.5% each year through 2018. However, India could easily remain at 6% GDP growth.Without stronger growth then over 20-30 years, India would be about the level of Indonesia but with a larger

2017-01-17 04:51:50

Forecasting the US dollar and the Chinese Yuan over the next few years  

Influential investor Raoul Pal, Goldman Sachs alum who successfully predicted the financial crisis in 2008 says the rally could go on for another three to four years, taking a key dollar index another 30% higher."Looking at the shortfall of dollars and what is happening in the world right now, I think it could probably rally something like 75% from its low, so that's still a long way from here. My personal target for the last six year has been the euro goes to 75 cents against the dollar and...

2017-01-16 15:39:15

Oxfam does not tell people that the bottom 20% have more debt than assets and that means weird statistics  

The Credit Suisse global wealth report for 2016 is available. It is based upon the work of James Davies, Rodrigo Lluberas and Anthony Shorrocks.The bottom 20% have negative wealth. The -0.2% of the bottom 10% is more than the +0.1% of the next 10%. It takes getting to the collective bottom 25% (the bottom 1.76 billion) to get to a combined net worth of zero. Not even the poorest person has negative $230 billion net worth. The poorest person might be a fallen billionaire (maybe Eike Batiste who r

2017-01-16 12:31:08

AI has success in art and music by researchers figuring out how to break up the work of creativity into AI solvable tasks  

One of Ray Kurzweil's predictions on the path to the Technological Singularity is that Artificial intelligence will be making art and music.Ray Kurzweil's "2019" predictions which actually are 2011 to 2029 predictions that are on the Technological Singularity timeline are below.Using AI is one of the geekiest ways to make tunes, and has been around since the 80s. It's a thriving area of research with dedicated academic conferences. And with the recent boom in machine learning...

2017-01-16 11:05:13

Airbus working on flying cars, flying buses, ridesharing flying vehicles and drone product delivery  

Airbus Group plans to test a prototype for a self-piloted flying car as a way of avoiding gridlock on city roads by the end of the year, the aerospace group's chief executive said on Monday.Airbus last year formed a division called Urban Air Mobility that is exploring concepts such as a vehicle to transport individuals or a helicopter-style vehicle that can carry multiple riders. The aim would be for people to book the vehicle using an app, similar to car-sharing schemes."One hundred ye

2017-01-16 02:06:10

What does being on track for the predicted Technological Singularity mean and are we on track ?  

Ray Kurzweil is famous for his vision and prediction of a Technological Singularity by 2049 Although whenever Ray predicts a date like 2049, based on Kurzweil's own past reviews of his predictions, he gives his predictions ten years late or early to develop. So by Ray's personal standard his prediction timing of being correct on the Technological Singularity would be if it happened in the 2041 to 2059 time window. Usually his predictions are based upon exponential developments and progre

2017-01-15 22:22:57

US Army develop 155mm shells that will deliver an EMP pulse  

The US Army is developing an innovative, cost-effective, munitions-based electronics systems that can deliver non-destructive, non-kinetic RF effects against a wide range of electronics, critical infrastructure, and computer-based systems. This will probably be combined with hypervelocity projectile (HVP) technology to provide extra range.HVP is 24 inches long and weighs 28 pounds, including a 15-pound payload. The total length and weight of an HVP launch package, BAE Systems states, is 26 inche

2017-01-15 17:10:29

Spacex has successful launch and good landing of the first stage  

Spacex has a successful return to flight. The mission was a success with successful deployment of all satellites and the first stage landed on the drone shipOver the next 14 months, the company plans six additional Falcon 9 launches to deploy 60 more Iridium satellites that will completely replace the constellation.In the short-term, the successful launch helps put SpaceX back on track. The explosion and subsequent four-month grounding created a backlog of launches, including cargo missions for

2017-01-14 16:01:57

Seeing the future of quantum systems allows for longer entanglement  

Scientists at the University of Sydney have demonstrated the ability to "see" the future of quantum systems, and used that knowledge to preempt their demise, in a major achievement that could help bring the strange and powerful world of quantum technology closer to reality.The applications of quantum-enabled technologies are compelling and already demonstrating significant impacts - especially in the realm of sensing and metrology. And the potential to build exceptionally powerful quan

2017-01-14 12:32:17

IBM predicts 5 technologies for 2022 which includes hyperimaging and AI will give us superhero vision  

IBM predicts five innovations for the next five yearsIn five yearsAI for diagnosing mental healthCognitive computers will analyze a patient's speech or written words to look for tell-tale indicators found in language, including meaning, syntax and intonation. Combining the results of these measurements with those from wearables devices and imaging systems (MRIs and EEGs) can paint a more complete picture of the individual for health professionals to better identify, understand and treat the un...

2017-01-14 12:09:21

Crossbar ReRAM in Production chasing terabyte nonvolatile memories at sub-20 nanosecond read and write  

Crossbar Inc. a developer of non-volatile resistive RAM (ReRAM) based on silver-over-amorphous-silicon technology, kept its promise to be in production in 2016.The Crossbar ReRAM for embedded non-volatile memory applications is in production at partner foundry Semiconductor Manufacturing International Corp. (SMIC) using a 40nm CMOS process and is sampling to SMIC customers, according to Sylvain Dubois, Crossbar's vice president of strategic marketing and business development.40nm ReRAM in prod...

2017-01-14 05:29:32

Deepstack AI has beaten professional poker players in heads-up no-limit Texas hold'em  

Artificial intelligence has seen a number of breakthroughs in recent years, with games often serving as significant milestones. A common feature of games with these successes is that they involve information symmetry among the players, where all players have identical information. This property of perfect information, though, is far more common in games than in real-world problems.Poker is the quintessential game of imperfect information, and it has been a longstanding challenge problem in artif

2017-01-14 03:16:50

Life, housing and business are following the high speed rail lines in China  

In China's three big population centres—the areas around Beijing in the north, Shanghai in the east and Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong province, in the south—life and work have started to follow the sinews of the high-speed rail system. Trains were previously too infrequent, too slow and too crowded to allow for daily commutes. Now, each of these three mega-cities is developing commuter corridors. Little wonder: house prices in satellite towns and cities tend to be much cheaper. In Ku...

2017-01-13 20:54:54

$13 billion Ford Carrier is now scheduled for deliver in April 2017  

: The long-delayed super-carrier USS Ford is "99 percent" complete and will be delivered to the Navy in April, the Navy announced late Wednesday. A date for commissioning the $13 billion ship into service has still not been yet.The Ford is the first all-new carrier design in 40 years — since the USS Nimitz was commissioned in 1975 — and many of its new technologies turned out to be not quite ready for action, leading to schedule slips and cost overruns. But alongside the electromagnetic ...

2017-01-13 18:14:49

Peter Thiel on Trump, Seasteading and making futures more like the Jetsons or Star Trek  

Peter Thiel has given strong support to Donald Trump.One could have predicted Mr. Thiel's affinity for Mr. Trump by reading his 2014 book, "Zero to One," in which he offers three prongs of his philosophy: 1) It is better to risk boldness than triviality. 2) A bad plan is better than no plan. 3) Sales matter just as much as product.How could a gay man back someone who will probably nominate Supreme Court justices inclined to limit rights for gays and women? How could a futurist support a ca...

2017-01-13 17:30:14

Fat can be used to Help Wounds Heal Without Scars, skin regeneration and not scarring  

Doctors have found a way to manipulate wounds to heal as regenerated skin rather than scar tissue. The method involves transforming the most common type of cells found in wounds into fat cells - something that was previously thought to be impossible in humans. Researchers began this work at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, which led to a large-scale, multi-year study in connection with the Plikus Laboratory for Developmental and Regenerative Biology at the Uni...

2017-01-13 15:38:09

Despite 276 combat performance problems the Pentagon is trying to rush the F-35 to initial operational testing  

The US Office of Operational Testing and Evaluation released a 62 page report on the F-35 stealth fighter and still finds 276 deficiencies in combat performance.Despite the problems a military program whose cost has soared from $233 billion to an estimated $379 billion has pilots and generals who will vouch for it. Recent estimates suggest the F-35 program could exceed $1 trillion over 50 years. The F35 is getting over $10 billion per year. Does money buy friends and support ? The Joint Strike F

2017-01-13 12:44:08

Trump edging closer to appointing supporters of antiaging treatments to lead FDA   

President-elect Donald Trump met on Thursday with two Silicon Valley associates of billionaire tech investor Peter Thiel for potential roles in the Food and Drug Administration.Trump will meet with entrepreneur Balaji Srinivasan and Jim O'Neill, a former Health and Human Services official under President George W. Bush, for roles in the Food and Drug Administration, Trump spokesman Sean Spicer said. Both have deep ties to the tech world, as well as to Thiel, a Trump adviser and transition

2017-01-13 09:28:09

US Marines had guidance from professional science fiction writers to create projections and narratives for 15 to 30 years in the future  

The US Marines have tried to project trends and scenarios 15 to 30 years into the future. They had guidance from professional science fiction writers.They created a detailed baseline projection of a more urban world population and then had two alternate scenarios. Then they created narrative stories that considered conflicts within the baseline or alternate projections.They projected demographics and then they projected technology.The alternate scenarios are * a world of water scarcity * a world

2017-01-13 09:25:57

Vader father and son developing liquid metal 3d printing machine  

A father and son team in the START-UP NY program have invented a liquid metal printing machine that could represent a significant transformation in manufacturing. A breakthrough idea five years ago by former University at Buffalo student Zack Vader, then 19, has created a machine that prints three-dimensional objects using liquid metal.Vader Systems is innovating and building the machines in a factory in the CrossPoint Business Park in Getzville. Zack's father Scott, a mechanical engineer, i

2017-01-12 17:51:04

CVS has generic Epipen two pack for $110 instead of $650 for Epipen or $340 for the other generic, 80% cheaper  

CVS Health today announced that a low-cost epinephrine auto-injector option, the authorized generic for Adrenaclick manufactured by Impax Laboratories (IPXL), is available at all CVS Pharmacy locations at a cash price of $109.99 for a two-pack. This compares to a cash price of $649.99 for EpiPen and $339.99 for the authorized generic for EpiPen."As a health care company focused on helping people on their path to better health, we recognized that there was an urgent need in the marketplace f

2017-01-12 16:18:24

Nanocomp Technologies makes builk carbon nanotubes 100 times longer at 1-10 millimeters instead of 5 to 20 microns  

A new commercial manufacturing process for carbon nanotubes (CNTs) produces tubes in the range of 1-10 mm in length (5-12-nm dia.), two orders of magnitude longer than currently available CNTs, which typically have lengths from 5-20µm."Despite attractive mechanical and electrical properties, CNTs have largely been a disappointment for 'real-world' applications, because it has not been possible to make them in formats that are useful for engineers," explains Peter Antoinette, co-fo...

2017-01-12 14:21:53

Wearable biosensors can flag illness, Lyme disease, risk for diabetes; low airplane oxygen  

A new wave of wearable sensors allows frequent and continuous measurements of body functions (physiology), including heart rate, skin temperature, blood oxygen levels, and physical activity. We investigated the ability of wearable sensors to follow physiological changes that occur over the course of a day, during illness and other activities. Data from these sensors revealed personalized differences in daily patterns of activities. Interestingly, we discovered striking changes in particular envi

2017-01-12 08:09:38

Google's Geoffrey Hinton Explains How Neural Networks Really Work and Deep Learning  

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2017-01-12 04:21:51

Eric Schmit - Predictions For The Coming Decade  

Eric talks about 7 big moonshots1. Replacing beef with plants and synthetic food productionCows have a lot of methane.Synthetic food production2. 3D printing and factory produced buildings.It takes 18 months or longer to build a house. Better built buildings and make them 100% recyclable3. Virtual reality and Augmented Reality is about to explodeFirst use is gaming. Narrative and new technology and inexpensive delivery of 3DWill happen very soon4. Smartphones are perfect for Medical monitoringCo

2017-01-12 02:39:32

AI, jobs and inequality  

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2017-01-12 02:07:35

Dental pulp stem cells can be stimulated to restore teeth and reduce the use of fillings  

A new method of stimulating the renewal of living stem cells in tooth pulp using an Alzheimer's drug has been discovered by a team of researchers at King's College London.Following trauma or an infection, the inner, soft pulp of a tooth can become exposed and infected. In order to protect the tooth from infection, a thin band of dentine is naturally produced and this seals the tooth pulp, but it is insufficient to effectively repair large cavities. Currently dentists use man-made cements or ...

2017-01-11 14:53:34

World economic forecasts are for US to double growth to about 3.6% per year and China to gradually slow from 6.7 to 6.1%  

President-elect Donald Trump's policies have the potential to trigger a new age in U.S. economic growth that could serve as a global template, according to a Deutsche Bank forecast.Gross domestic product growth would be double its current level under an agenda that cuts regulations across a broad swath of critical sectors, enacts tax reform that slashes personal and corporate taxes, and calls for at least $1 trillion in improvements for bridges, roads and other public projects."This pol

2017-01-11 09:14:04

AI could be hugely impactful on jobs but we can compare to past innovations and era  

Andrew Ng, chief scientist at Chinese Internet search giant Baidu and co-inventor of the Google Brain, believes there are other, more immediate risks concerning AI that aren't getting enough attention. "I think that the conversation is distracting governments and society from the real ethical issues facing AI," Ng tells TIME. "And we shouldn't whitewash these issues by talking about things that could be hundreds of years away."Highlights* Andrew Ng (Baidu AI) thinks AI will have big ...

2017-01-11 08:50:10

US Intelligence looks out to 2035 at shifting national power and economic stress for overall global growth, China and impact on jobs from AI and robots  

The US National Intelligence Council has their projections, predictions and scenarios for the world over the next 20 years. every four years the National Intelligence Council (NIC) undertakes a major assessment of the forces and choices shaping the world before us over the next two decades. This year it is called Global Trends: The Paradox of Progress.Two years ago, NIC started with exercises identifying key assumptions and uncertainties—the list of assumptions underlying US foreign policy wa...

2017-01-11 08:49:06

US Aircraft carrier has more launcher problems and another 7 month and $500 million delay for the F35 stealth fighter  

1. The US Navy is having difficulties with its latest aircraft carrier's Electromagnetic Aircraft Launching System (EMALS) - the same system which the UK mooted fitting to its new Queen Elizabeth-class carriers.The US Department of Operational Test and Evaluation (DOTE) revealed yesterday, in its end-of-year report [PDF] for financial year 2016, that the EMALS fitted to the new nuclear-powered carrier USS Gerald R. Ford put "excessive airframe stress" on aircraft being launched.T...

2017-01-11 08:06:32

DARPA expects big wins in 2017 from their biotech projects  

DARPA's Biological Technologies Office (BTO) has a mission to "harness the power of biological systems" and design new defense technology. Over the past year, with a budget of about $296 million, it has been exploring challenges including memory improvement, human-machine symbiosis and speeding up disease detection and response.DARPA has a 73 slide deck summarizing their projectsDARPA has a program called "Living Foundries"—like a foundry where DARPA would build something that'...

2017-01-11 05:56:34

Pluto ice blades that are about as tall as the Freedom Tower  

Formed by erosion, the features, known as "penitentes," are bowl-shaped depressions with blade-like spires around the edge that rise several hundreds of feet.The research, led by John Moores of York University, Toronto, and done in collaboration with scientists at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, indicates that these icy features may also exist on other planets where environmental conditions are similar.The identification of these ...

2017-01-11 05:24:19

DARPA wants to be able scale up agricultural crop modification within one year instead of 15 years  

DARPA has a project to have insects spread genes to agricultural crops in one season Overarching Goals and Objectives1. Select, modify, and optimize a plant virus that can deliver a genetic construct to mature target plants and ultimately express novel and desirable traits2. Select, culture, and optimize an insect vector of the engineered virus that can transport and deliver the modified virus to target plants with high specificity3. Transform intact mature target crop plant species tissues to e

2017-01-11 04:18:31

Spacex launch delayed to January 14 because of weather  

Iridium officials early Sunday confirmed reports that the flight would be delayed to at least Jan. 14 — next Saturday — with an instantaneous launch opportunity at 9:54:34 a.m. PST (12:54:34 p.m. EST; 1754:34 GMT).The 229-foot (70-meter) Falcon 9 rocket will remain in SpaceX's hangar at Space Launch Complex 4-East until technicians roll the launcher to the pad in the final phase of launch preps. The rocket will be erected vertical ahead of the start of the final countdown a few hours befor...

2017-01-10 19:37:34

In 2020 the Tesla Gigafactory will produce three times the original plan of 35GWh per year worth of batteries  

Here is the information from the January 4, 2017 Gigafactory investor handoutTesla had originally planned a production capacity of 35 GWh of battery cells and battery pack production of 50 GWh at the Gigafactory 1. Tesla now plans that capacity for 2018 and will triple that production level to 105 GWh worth of cells and 150 GWh for battery packs for full production around 2020.Tesla Motors Gigafactory 1 (GF1) is the world's leading battery production facility, maintaining high efficiency and ...

2017-01-10 19:28:51

Illumina Introduces the NovaSeq Series—a New Architecture Designed to Usher in the $100 Genome sequence  

Illumina the global leader in next-generation sequencing technology, today introduced the NovaSeqTM Series, a new and scalable sequencing architecture expected one day to enable a $100 genome. Unveiled at the J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, this platform redefines high throughput sequencing with unrivaled throughput, ease of use, low per sample costs, and unmatched flexibility.NovaSeq is the most powerful sequencer Illumina has ever launched and will open new horizons for more highly powered

2017-01-10 14:54:39

Hybrid Fusion Fission Molten Salt Reactor  

A single HMSR (Hybrid Fusion Fission Molten Salt Reactor) is designed to produce 5 GW thermal power at 700 C, thermal conversion systems should be able to generate 2.1 GW gross electricity. For comparison, the largest PWR's now under construction will convert the same thermal power to 1.6 GW of electricity, i.e., 500 MW less. One could consider using a portion of the extra 500 MW of electrical power resulting from the greater thermal conversion efficiency to operate the HMSR's driven DT

2017-01-10 14:09:56

NRAM forecasted to consolidate DRAM with Flash memory to disrupt enterprise storage starting in 2018  

Nano-Ram, the first non-volatile memory chip to exploit carbon-nanotube technology, appears poised for commercialization in 2018. BCC Research expects this technology to be more disruptive to enterprise storage, enterprise servers and consumer electronics than flash memory, enabling a wave of innovation in those products.It was the recent licensing agreement to manufacture NRAM commercially by the technology giant Fujitsu which first shifted BCC Research's market expectations of the decade o

2017-01-10 13:46:14

16 Tesla superconducting wire from Oxford Superconducting Technology considered for a next generation spherical tokamak fusion device  

In 2014, there was proposals for the next ten years of Fusion programs for the United States. This had a lot of argument.Among the top puzzles in the development of fusion energy is the best shape for the magnetic facility — or "bottle" — that will provide the next steps in the development of fusion reactors. Leading candidates include spherical tokamaks, compact machines that are shaped like cored apples, compared with the doughnut-like shape of conventional tokamaks. The spherical des...

2017-01-10 07:50:15

Billionaire backed Breakthrough Initiative funds new coronograph on European Very Large Telescope to get scope time to find and study exoplanets around Alpha Centauri  

ESO has signed an agreement with the Breakthrough Initiatives to adapt the Very Large Telescope instrumentation in Chile to conduct a search for planets in the nearby star system Alpha Centauri. Such planets could be the targets for an eventual launch of miniature space probes by the Breakthrough Starshot initiative.ESO, represented by the Director General, Tim de Zeeuw, has signed an agreement with the Breakthrough Initiatives, represented by Pete Worden, Chairman of the Breakthrough Prize Foun

2017-01-10 07:35:05

Proposals for new stellerator fusion designs and projects in the 2020s  

Although there is as yet no clear path to a practical steady-state fusion system, stellarator research greatly improves the chances for success. Advances in stellarator physics and engineering in the years since the large stellarators LHD and W7-X were designed have the potential to make quantum improvements in the design of stellarators. The current aim of the U.S. stellarator program is to continue to advance the science and technology of stellarators through theory and experimental research o

2017-01-10 06:51:35

40% lower HIV infections in London using online pre-exposure prophylaxis from India  

Four London sexual health clinics saw dramatic falls in new HIV infections among gay men of around 40 per cent last year, compared with 2015 This decline may be mostly due to thousands of people buying medicines called pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), which cut the chance of catching the virus, online.To avoid paying £400 a month for private prescriptions of the brand-name drug Truvada, growing numbers are buying generic versions from online pharmacies in India and Swaziland for £40 a month, t...

2017-01-10 02:14:20

103 Perdix Microdrone swarms by FA18 Super Hornets  

In one of the most significant tests of autonomous systems under development by the Department of Defense, the Strategic Capabilities Office, partnering with Naval Air Systems Command, successfully demonstrated one of the world's largest micro-drone swarms at China Lake, California. The test, conducted in October 2016 and documented on Sunday's CBS News program "60 Minutes", consisted of 103 Perdix drones launched from three F/A-18 Super Hornets. The micro-drones demonstrated advanced sw...

2017-01-10 01:54:26

Record setting 32 and 36 tesla magnets at magnet lab and 15 to 22 tesla commercial magnet products  

The strongest superconducting user magnet in the world currently has a field strength of 23.5 tesla. When this ambitious project is completed in 2017, the strongest superconducting magnet on the planet will be housed at the MagLab. At 32 tesla, it will be a whopping 8.5 tesla stronger than the current record - a giant leap in a technology that, since the 1960s, has seen only baby steps of 0.5 to 1 tesla. In June 2015, a test for the 32 tesla magnet set a new world record of 27 teslas for an al...

2017-01-10 01:27:07

Tabby star could have brightened after consuming a planet and is now dimming back to normal  

Arxiv - Secular Dimming of KIC 8462852 Following its Consumption of a PlanetThe Kepler-field star KIC 8462852, an otherwise apparently ordinary F3 main-sequence star, showed several highly unusual dimming events of variable depth and duration. Adding to the mystery was the discovery that KIC 8462852 faded by 14% from 1890 to 1989, as well as by another 3% over the 4 year Kepler mission. Over the 4 year period of the nominal Kepler mission (Borucki et al. 2010), the star underwent several dimming

2017-01-10 01:18:02

DARPA drone flew for 56 hours and landed with over half its fuel so looks close to achieving 7 days without refueling   

A DARPA-backed small business effort broke boundaries for long-endurance flight this month by launching a uniquely designed, combustion-powered unmanned aircraft that stayed aloft for more than two days and two nights. The flight was terminated several days ahead of schedule because of incoming weather. But the craft—built by Vanilla Aircraft of Falls Church, Virginia—landed safely with more than half its fuel still onboard, suggesting it is capable of setting additional records for powered ...

2017-01-09 11:37:50

After quantum dominance, a surge in quantum computer investment, boosts to AI and overall technological progress and a quantum AI singularity  

Some researchers are predicting that the market for "universal" quantum computers that do everything a supercomputer can do plus everything a supercomputer can not do — in a chip that fits in the palm of your hand — are on the verge of emerging. This would mean "quantum dominance". This is where quantum computers exceed classical computing systems. What happens after quantum dominance ? Quantum computer power scales far more than classical computer systems. Doubling the q...

2017-01-09 09:04:06

Why birthrates may not continue dropping forever and overall population could increase and clean energy and advanced agriculture could support the population  

A poster to ycombinator looked at birthrates and living standards to draw the conclusion that rising living standards will drive the world to a population peak in 2065 Nextbigfuture disagrees with the projection for population and also disagrees with the assumption of perpetually dropping birthrates.Why World population will likely be higher than 9.75 billion in 20501. The UN has been revising its population projections higher for the last 15-20 years. They have kept expecting the birthrate in A

2017-01-09 08:22:49

Prediction that 2017 will not be the investment win year for AI, VR and driverless cars  

Rogers McNamee prediction is that interesting developments will occur in AI, VR and driverless cars but not for someone who expects an investment win and payoff in 2017.Not sure how the prediction fits with the 2016 boom in Nvidia stock. Nvidia stock seemed to go up 400% partly because Nvidia has the chips for deep learning systemsRead more »

2017-01-09 06:19:38

CRISPR could make designer babies and help with many diseases and more  

Jennifer Doudna, Professor of Chemistry and of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley; Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute gave a talk about CRISPR-CAS9 gene editing.She indicates towards the end of the video that using CRISPR for transhuman goals is not yet possible. However, it is on the table as a future possibility and something to seriously discuss.VOX lists some other capabilities being developed with CRISPR1. CRISPR can knock out genes to help figure out

2017-01-09 06:10:09

Self driving minivans from Google spinoff Waymo and Tesla has version 2 of autopilot  

Google's new fully self-driving Chrysler Pacifica minivans are here. Waymo, the company's self-driving spin-off, says the vehicles will be hitting the road at the end of January 2017.Waymo CEO John Krafcik said that by building its own LIDAR sensors, for example, the company was shaving 90 percent off its costs. That means sensors that Google purchased for $75,000 back in 2009 now only cost $7,500 for Waymo to build itself.The cost of high-end LIDAR sensors have dropped precipitously over th...

2017-01-09 05:42:26

Global technological disruption and the predicted pace and scale of possible disruptions  

A bit more looking at where things are with areas that nextbigfuture believes are areas where radical positive change are most likely to occur.These areas should mostly see some progress in the next 5 to 10 years. However, some are more long term or are areas where political will and effort are needed to bring what is possible into reality.1. Pro-growth PoliciesThis is an area which is very dependent upon political will in different countries.Nextbigfuture expects Republicans to pass tax cuts an

2017-01-09 02:45:40

Some interesting talks on AI  

Zuckerberg is interested in 1. Getting everyone connected to the internet2. AI for curing disease, driverless cars and using AI for better Facebook3. Virtual and augmented realityAI researchers talks about history of AI and big success of AlphaGo and what went wrong with Tay chatbotRead more »

2017-01-09 02:18:45

Another informative talk by Aubrey de Grey on life extension  

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2017-01-09 01:47:52

Where has and where will the Mundane Singularity provide the most disruption ?  

In 2011 Nextbigfuture projected a Mundane Singularity, where certain emerging technologies would start to have development and impact by Dec 2016.The biggest areas for disruption over the next 5 years areneuromorphic chips, quantum computers, photonics, AIThis will combine with robotics (self driving cars, transformed factories) and additive manufacturing to disrupt cities and industries.Big disruption over the next ten years is likely from a true space age via reusable rockets and robotics and

2017-01-08 22:25:05

Japan makes progress toward realization of MRI magnets using high temperature superconducting wire materials  

Furukawa Electric and the Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University have successfully developed superconducting connection technology and an HTS persistent current switch with a resistance of around 10^-12 (10 to the 12th power) Ω by connecting with rare earth superconducting wire materials. This research and development has been carried out with a view to realizing medical devices applying HTS wire materials, and with the support of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's "...

2017-01-08 06:24:17

Universal Quantum computers could replace supercomputers within 5 years  

Some researchers are predicting that the market for "universal" quantum computers that do everything a supercomputer can do plus everything a supercomputer can not do — in a chip that fits in the palm of your hand — are on the verge of emerging. The rise of quantum computing may be as important a shift as John von Neumann's stored program-and-data concept.Here are some of the scientists and breakthroughs that will enable this shift.Robert Schoelkopf (Yale, Quantum Circuits inc)...

2017-01-08 05:15:47

DARPA developing temporary 30 day underwater fiber-optics communications networks  

DARPA's Tactical Undersea Network Architecture (TUNA) program recently completed its initial phase, successfully developing concepts and technologies aimed at restoring connectivity for U.S. forces when traditional tactical networks are knocked offline or otherwise unavailable. The program now enters the next phase, which calls for the demonstration of a prototype of the system at sea.TUNA seeks to develop and demonstrate novel, optical-fiber-based technology options and designs to temporarily...

2017-01-08 02:44:02

$129 Columbia class ballistic missile submarine program begins detail design and engineering development  

The Columbia-class ballistic missile submarine program passed its Milestone B decision review and can move into detail design, an official told USNI News. The potential USD128 billion ORP has entered the engineering and manufacturing development phase.These SSBNs should cost about $8 billion apiece, Rep. Joe Courtney (D-Conn.), whose district includes the prime contractor, told USNI News today after reading the acquisition review documents. That figure that is higher than the Navy's previously...

2017-01-07 11:43:20

China making steady progress towards longer range power projection  

China is expected to "own" a third aircraft carrier in the near future, the People's Daily online, the flagship of the Communist Party of China (CPC) is reporting, quoting a leading naval expert.The website quoted Liang Fang:At present, China's second aircraft carrier is under construction. In the near future, the Chinese navy is expected to own a third aircraft carrier battle group, capable of safeguarding territorial sovereignty and maritime rights, said Liang.Other sources had indicat...

2017-01-07 10:38:55

Customized on demand 3D printed drones produced in less than 24 hours from spec to completion  

US Army Research lab has created on demand custom 3d printing of drones. With this concept, once a patrol requires UAV support, Soldiers input all their requirements into mission planning software. The system then knows the optimal configuration for the aerial vehicle and it's printed and delivered within 24-hours.This isn't just about UASs," Spero said. "It's about forward-deployed, 3-D printing to help the Soldier.The Army engineers continue to collaborate with partners a

2017-01-07 10:25:01

Movie Arrival and the Simpsons  

Arrival has been out for a while and is actual mostly out of theatersI just want to point something out that I noticed. Minor spoiler.Read more »

2017-01-07 08:36:28

US publishes Near Earth asteroid defense plan  

The National Near-Earth Object Preparedness Strategy (Strategy) and the forthcoming National Near Earth Object Preparedness Action Plan (Action Plan) together seek to improve our Nation's preparedness to address the hazard of near-Earth object (NEO) impacts by enhancing the integration of existing national and international assets and adding important capabilities that are currently lacking. The Strategy and Action Plan build on efforts at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NAS...

2017-01-07 06:39:29

Air Force getting bids for defensive lasers on fighter jets  

The US Air Force (USAF) has issued a request for proposals (RFP) related to its efforts to field a laser-based self-protection system for its tactical combat aircraft.The laser will be housed in a supersonic flight-capable pod to be developed under the Laser Pod Research and Development (LPRD) contract.The RFP, posted by the Air Force Research Laboratory, Directed Energy Directorate, Laser Division (AFRL/RDL) on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website on 5 January, seeks research

2017-01-06 22:10:49

F-35 could be cancelled or cut back in huge political fight in January and February. National Reviews urges Trump to Cancel F35  

Mike Fredenburg at the National Review urges Trump to cancel the F35. His arguments are* negotiating a better price on incomplete, crippled fighters will not save taxpayers any money in the long run — because the prices being negotiated between Lockheed Martin and the Pentagon are prices designed to fool the public about the F-35's true costs. Lockheed Martin and the Pentagon both know that any "discount" or price reduction negotiated in public will quickly be made up on the back-end* fa...

2017-01-06 15:44:46

Elon Musk says Trump will support both renewables and fossil fuels and FAA clears Spacex to launch  

Elon Musk says that President-elect [Trump] has a strong emphasis on US manufacturing and so do we [Elon -Spacex -Tesla Motors]. We [Tesla Motors] are building the biggest factory in the world right here, creating US jobs… [Elon] think we may see some surprising things from the next administration. We don't think they will be negative on fossil fuels… but they may also be positive on renewables.Tesla currently employs over 30,000 people, more than 25,000 of which are in the US. Tesla wants...

2017-01-06 15:02:07

UK building $38 million combat laser prototype by 2019 and field lasers in mid-2020s  

The UK Ministry of Defence has officially awarded a £30m (US$38 million) contract to produce a prototype laser weapon. The aim is to see whether "directed energy" technology could benefit the armed forces, and is to culminate in a demonstration of the system in 2019. If the demonstration is successful, the first laser weapons could come into service in the mid-2020s.This would be a delay from previous targets of 2017 land based combat lasers and 2019 for the UK navyThe contract was pi...

2017-01-06 11:34:43

MIT makes compressed graphene sponge material that is 20 times less dense than steel but 10 times stronger, light as stryofoam but stronger than steel  

A team of researchers at MIT has designed one of the strongest lightweight materials known, by compressing and fusing flakes of graphene, a two-dimensional form of carbon. The new material, a sponge-like configuration with a density of just 5 percent, can have a strength 10 times that of steel.In its two-dimensional form, graphene is thought to be the strongest of all known materials. But researchers until now have had a hard time translating that two-dimensional strength into useful three-dimen

2017-01-06 11:02:41

Current Flywheels moving to Superconducting flywheels using carbon fiber or carbon nanotubes   

In 2015, Japan built the world's largest-class superconducting flywheel power storage system with a superconducting magnetic bearings. The completed system is the world's largest-class flywheel power storage system using a superconducting magnetic bearing. It has 300-kW output capability and 100-kWh storage capacity, and contains a CFRP flywheel. This flywheel is 2 meters in diameter and weighs 4 tons, and is rotated with a superconducting magnetic beari

2017-01-06 07:06:01

Gigafactory Battery-cell production begins  

The start of Tesla Gigafactory battery mass production is a huge milestone in Tesla's quest to electrify transportation, and it brings to America a manufacturing industry—battery cells—that's long been dominated by China, Japan, and South Korea. More than 2,900 people are already working at the 4.9 million square-foot facility, and another 4,000 jobs (including temporary construction work) will be added this year through the partnership between Tesla and Panasonic. By 2018, the Gigafacto...

2017-01-05 21:16:26

US should not just fix infrastructure or stimulate the economy but fund massive leapfrog technology with large competitive prizes and goals  

From 2016 to 2025, each household will lose $3,400 each year in disposable income due to infrastructure deficiencies; and if not addressed, the loss will grow to an average of $5,100 annually from 2026 to 2040, resulting in cumulative losses up to almost $34,000 per household from 2016 to 2025 and almost $111,000 from 2016 to 2040 (all dollars in 2015 value).Over time, these impacts will also affect businesses' ability to provide well-paying jobs, further reducing incomes. If this investment g...

2017-01-05 20:57:10

Google, Microsoft, labs and start-ups will create universal quantum computers in 2017 and achieve quantum supremacy over classical computers  

Google started working on a form of quantum computing that harnesses superconductivity in 2014. In 2017 or 2018 Google hopes to perform a computation that is beyond even the most powerful 'classical' supercomputers — an elusive milestone known as quantum supremacy. Its rival, Microsoft, is betting on an intriguing but unproven concept, topological quantum computing, and hopes to perform a first demonstration of the technology.The quantum-computing start-up scene is also heating up. Christo...

2017-01-05 12:30:03

China invests in solar, wind, hydro and natural gas for energy but will still be mainly reliant on coal  

China will plow 2.5 trillion yuan ($361 billion) into renewable power (which includes hydro, tidal, geothermal as well as wind and solar generation by 2020.1 trillion yuan for solar power as the country seeks to boost solar capacity by five times700 billion yuan for wind farms500 billion yuan for hydro power 300 billion yuan tidal and geothermalChina's investment in renewables sources of electric power in 2015 reached a world record of $110.5 billion - mostly going on wind farms, solar farms...

2017-01-05 10:24:52

Cost of US wars from 2001 to 2016 is about $4.79 trillion  

As of August 2016, the US has already appropriated, spent, or taken on obligations to spend more than $3.6 trillion in current dollars on the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Syria and on Homeland Security (2001 through fiscal year 2016). To this total should be added the approximately $65 billion in dedicated war spending the Department of Defense and State Department have requested for the next fiscal year, 2017, along with an additional nearly $32 billion requested for the Depart

2017-01-05 08:32:34

Low estimate for US bombing in 2016 is 26,171 bombs dropped versus 2015 estimate of 23,144  

The Council on Foreign relations estimates the United States dropped 26,171 bombs in seven countries in 2016. This estimate is undoubtedly low, considering reliable data is only available for airstrikes in Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia, and Libya, and a single "strike," according to the Pentagon's definition, can involve multiple bombs or munitions. In 2016, the United States dropped 3,027 more bombs—and in one more country, Libya—than in 2015.The primary US method for killing suspected ter...

2017-01-05 06:35:10

Scalar Tensor Theory of gravitation to explain EMDrive  

Arxiv - Revaluation of Mbelek and Lachièze-Rey scalar tensor theory of gravitation to explain the measured forces in asymmetric resonant cavitiesEMDrives are claimed to be propellentless space propulsion systems. If propellentless propulsion is possible it could enable fast human travel throughout the solar system and possible interstellar missions.The scalar-tensor theory of gravitation proposed by Mbelek and Lachièze-Rey has been shown to lead to a possible explanation of the forces measured...

2017-01-05 05:47:53

AlphaGo won 60 out of 61 games against Go Masters online and tied a game because of internet connection timeout  

DeepMind founder Demis Hassabis revealed in a tweet that the online game account Master was in fact a new version of AlphaGo."We've been working hard at improving AlphaGo, and over the past few days we've played some unofficial online games," Hassabis said, adding that DeepMind is "excited by the results."Master beat the world number one player Ke Jie twice, and won 60 out of 61 games that it played, drawing the one it didn't win outright due to an internet connection time out.Sinc...

2017-01-05 04:07:47

MEMS LIDAR chip for less than $250 will make affordable self driving cars  

Infineon is using a micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) to make a low cost LIDAR chip. This particular MEMS was invented by Innoluce, a Dutch firm which Infineon bought in October 2016. The device consists of an oval-shaped mirror, just 3mm by 4mm, contained on a bed of silicon. The mirror is connected to actuators that use electrical resonance to make it oscillate from side to side, changing the direction of the laser beam it is reflecting. This, says Infineon, permits the full power of the

2017-01-05 03:49:36

Image Sensor chip key to augmented reality in smartphone  

The REAL3™image sensor chip from Infineon Technologies AG plays a key role in the newest innovative Augmented Reality (AR) smartphone by ASUS. The mobile device was launched yesterday at International CES ® 2017 (International Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas. The ASUS Zenfone AR is the world's thinnest smartphone that offers a 3D Time-of-Flight (ToF) camera for 3-dimensional perception of its surroundings in real-time.AR enriches the perception of the real environment with written ...

2017-01-05 01:45:33

US is within days of $20 trillion in national debt  

The US is within days of reaching $20 trillion in national debt according to the US debt clockThe state and local debt is a combined $3.1 trillion.California has $465 billion in debtNY has $354 billion in debtTexas $273 billion in debtFlorida $181 billion in debtIllinois has $155 billion in debtPennsylvania has $126 billion in debtNew Jersey $104 billion in debtU.S. federal debt as percent of GDP by Senate majority party from 1940 to 2009Federal outlays were projected to rise by 6 percent in 201

2017-01-05 01:35:52

Carnival of Space 490  

The Carnival of Space is up at Everyday SpacerUniverse Today - NASA Might Build an Ice House on MarsThe "Mars Ice Home" is a large inflatable dome that is surrounded by a shell of water ice. NASA said the design is just one of many potential concepts for creating a sustainable home for future Martian explorers. The idea came from a team at NASA's Langley Research Center that started with the concept of using resources on Mars to help build a habitat that could effectively protect humans fr...

2017-01-04 10:43:19

5G will start deployments in 2018 and what expectations should be for real world speeds  

In 2008, ITU - International Telecommunication Union said that 4G would deliver 1Gbit/sec for stationary devices, and 100Mbit/s for those moving. 4G brought a considerable improvement in speed over 3G, but even in 2017 real-world speeds are averaging out at around 7-40 Mb/s. 4G real world speeds actually delivered on the promised speeds for 3G.5G could start deployments in 2018 Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung and others are preparing hardware for 2018 Intel aims to attract 5G design wins in top 2018...

2017-01-04 09:05:12

Organ first identified by Leonardo da Vinci has received official organ designation  

Researchers have classified a brand-new organ inside our bodies, one that's been hiding in plain sight in our digestive system this whole time.One of the earliest descriptions of the mesentery was made by Leonardo da Vinci, and for centuries it was generally ignored as a type of insignificant attachment. Over the past century, doctors who studied the mesentery assumed it was a fragmented structure made of separate sections, which made it pretty unimportant.But in 2012, Coffey and his colleag

2017-01-04 07:32:48

US Army ramping up combat lasers on trucks and at forward bases  

The US Army's aim is to develop an 18-kilowatt laser for the M1131 Stryker Fire Support Vehicle (FSV) by 2018. The FSV is the vehicle that calls for friendly artillery, so it sort of makes sense that it would be responsible for shooting down enemy artillery. It has a thermal imager/day camera that could help it spot drones, and four radios to monitor communications traffic for drone reports. In addition to the laser weapon the FSV will have a electronic jammer to jam drone control signals. T

2017-01-04 05:52:58

Future US Military aircraft development needs to emulate the speed and flexibility of Spacex and Telsa  

The US military needs to completely rework the design and development of military aircraft and other military systems. The problems with military aircraft is particularly large because it is often not possible to retrofit advances into military jets. A jet built for stealth or hypersonic speed has to have those capabilities designed from the start. The F35 is the poster child for bad procurement with many years of delays and cost overruns and design flaws. Lockheed Martin and Boeing are the main

2017-01-04 05:43:33

2000 Multi-passenger coordinated Ridesharing minibuses could replace 95% of New York Taxis, keep travel time close and reduce traffic by 75%  

A MIT team found that 95 percent of demand would be covered by just 2,000 ten-person vehicles, compared to the nearly 14,000 taxis that currently operate in New York City.Carpooling options from companies like Uber and Lyft could reduce the number of vehicles on the road 75 percent without significantly impacting travel time.The new algorithm shows that 3,000 four-passenger cars could serve 98 percent of NYC taxi demand. This suggests that ride-sharing options from Uber and Lyft could play a big

2017-01-04 05:43:23

Possible timeline for the emergence of a true space age in the 2020s  

Here is a possible timeline for the emergence of a true space age over the next 20 years.In 2017 and 2018, we see Spacex complete the development of the Raptor engine and the launch of the Falcon Heavy.The Raptor has about four times the thrust of a Merlin 1D engine.Starting in 2020, Bigelow expandable space stations will be launched. The current plan is for two BA 330 station modules to go up in 2020.Leveraging Robotics will be a very important accelerator in the industrialization of spaceUsing

2017-01-04 05:16:18

EMdrive ground experiments need more rigor or someone can pay for conclusive work in space  

George Hathaway provides a detailed analysis of the EMDrive and the recent peer reviewed research paper that measured some thrust and tried to eliminate sources of error. Measurement of Impulsive Thrust from a Closed Radio Frequency Cavity in Vacuum is the paper.Electrical engineer George Hathaway runs Hathaway Consulting Services, which has worked with inventors and investors since 1979 via an experimental physics laboratory near Toronto, Canada. Hathaway's concentration is on novel propulsio...

2017-01-03 22:18:30

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