The kooky Chemtrail conspiracy theory is an unproven suspicion that long-lasting trails, so-called “chemtrails”, are left in the sky by high-flying aircraft, and that they consist of chemical or biological agents deliberately sprayed for sinister purposes undisclosed to the general public

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Your Sunburn May Not Be Of This Galaxy! I remember having some very bad sunburns before I smartened up and started using sunscreen. I am sure that I am not alone with this. Just by lying on the beach this summer, your body will be bombarded by about sextillion photons of light per second.

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Now the field of 3D Bioengineering. Additive manufacturing or 3D printing as it is more commonly known holds promise for industrials ranging from automotive and aerospace to biomedical. Research furthering the technology and feedstocks for the printers is happening at the university and government laboratory level all over the world.

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Here is a new development aimed at gamers that quite easily may have much further reaching applications. The inventors have come up with a stretchy arm-band that acts as the mouse or user interface. The coolest part is the 3 dimension nature of the device.

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Funding for Wireless Communications Advancements. Our world is very much now a wireless world. I can even get rid of the wires on my heapdphones if I want to. ( and I want to). We have moved from fumbling with wires and cables to the freedom of wireless in less than a decade! What will […]

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The Very New Field Of Quantum Technologies Quantum physics has shown us that the world at the sub atomic level does not seem to obey the same laws as the world we are familar with. The physics seems to suggest that some wonderful new uses for the observed phenomen are just around the corner. 

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User Friendly Software for Simulation Work. Computer simulations of physical systems are common in science, engineering, and entertainment, but they use several different types of tools.

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The Super Cold Temperatures Of Space Require Special Technology. Rochester Institute of Technology undergraduates are making a “compass” for rockets using a new kind of detector technology. The instrument will fly on a NASA technology demonstration mission later this year.

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New Shipboard Battery Testing Technology Badly Needed. Shipboard electrical systems are very complex and rely on multiple supplies and loads to perform correctly. The varying supplies and loads also make it difficult, if not impossible, to test and predict how a ship’s onboard systems will operate prior to being fully operational at sea.

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How Likely Is It That Solar Storms Start A War? NASA describes a solar storm as a variety of eruptions of mass and energy from the solar surface. Flares, prominences, sunspots, coronal mass ejections are the common harbingers of solar activity, as are plages and other related phenomena seen at other wavelengths.

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