IT'S THE FUTURE STUPID
MAKING THE WORLD A BILLION TIMES "BETTER" NOT "BITTER" This election needs to be about making the Future "BETER" for American and the World not "BITTER" =========================== Making the World A Billion Times
MAKING THE WORLD A BILLION TIMES "BETTER" NOT "BITTER"
This election needs to be about making the Future "BETER" for American and the World not "BITTER"
Making the World A Billion Times
FRANKENSTEIN GOES TO SPACE STATION
ASTRONAUTS WILL ASSEMBLE ROBOT IN SPACE, March 08 (AP) -- Astronauts bound for orbit this week will dabble in science fiction, assembling a "monstrous" two-armed space station robot that will rise like Frankenstein from its transport bed. Full story at www.physorg.com/news124212433.html
EUROPEAN SPACE FREIGHTER READY FOR LIFT-OFF, March 08 The first European space freighter was ready for lift-off on its maiden voyage to carry supplies to the International Space Station, officials said Saturday. Full story www.physorg.com/news124213103.html
EUROPE LAUNCHES ROBOT SPACE FREIGHTER, March 09 The European Space Agency on Sunday carried out the maiden launch of a massive robot freighter designed to rendezvous automatically with the orbital space station.
RALPH IT'S MARS NOT THE MOON
Alice is going to Mars, not the Moon
SPACECRAFT AT MARS PREPARE TO WELCOME NEW KID ON THE BLOCK, February 28 Three Mars spacecraft are adjusting their orbits to be over the right place at the right time to listen to NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander as it enters the Martian atmosphere on May 25. Full story www.physorg.com/news123433331.html
FLAGSHIP MARS MISSION FACES PROBLEMS, February 28 (AP) -- NASA's flagship mission to land a nuclear-powered, next-generation rover on Mars is facing development problems and ballooning costs that could threaten its scheduled launch next year. Full story www.physorg.com/news123433904.html
TODAY CHANGE TOMORROW THE FUTURE
It seems you their is a FINE LINE between.......
EINSTEIN, NEWTON DISPLAYED AUTISTIC TRAITS, February 24 Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton displayed symptoms of psychiatric disorders that may have been a key to their genius, a Dublin psychiatrist said. Full story at www.physorg.com/news123084642.html
The race is on, how are we doing
JAPAN LAUNCHES INTERNET SATELLITE, February 24 (AP) -- Japan's space agency launched an experimental communications satellite Saturday designed to enable super high-speed data transmission at home and in Southeast Asia. Full story at www.physorg.com/news123046442.html
IT IS ALL ABOUT THE FUTURE OBAMA, NOT CHANGE
Plannng your next vacation
Just what we need
CHINA TO LAUNCH SECOND LUNAR PROBE IN 2009: REPORT, February 22 China hopes to launch its second moon-orbiting satellite in 2009, state media reported Friday, as the country steps up its space programme. Full story www.physorg.com/news122916636.html
WANTED NUCLEAR DETECTIVES
Yes, it seems in the Brave New World we need a new type of Columbo.
PHYSICISTS SAY THERE'S AN URGENT NEED FOR NUCLEAR DETECTIVES, February 17 A terrorist nuclear explosion devastates Manhattan, but no group takes credit. The pressure on the U.S. president to retaliate is intense. Acting on sketchy information, the president orders an attack, but it turns out to be the wrong terrorists, in the wrong country. Things go downhill from there. Full story at www.physorg.com/news122448577.html
It is nice to know that the Iran space probe works.
IRAN SAYS ITS SPACE PROBE SENDING DATA TO EARTH, February 17 Iran on Sunday said a probe it sent into space on the back of rocket whose launch caused international concern was sending data back to earth from an altitude of up to 250 kilometres (155 miles).
NANODIAMONDS ARE A CELLS BEST FRIEND & SEX ORIENTATION
Yes, everyday we come closer to that BRAVE NEW WORLD.
IT'S THE FUTURE, STUPID
MINING TINY DIAMONDS FOR DRUG DELIVERY, November 08 Northwestern University researchers have shown that nanodiamonds are effective at delivering chemotherapy drugs to cells without the negative effects associated with current drug delivery agents. Their study, published in the journal Nano Letters, is the first to demonstrate the use of nanodiamonds, a new class of nanomaterials, in biomedicine. In addition to delivering cancer drugs, the model could be used for other applications, such as fighting tuberculosis or viral infections, say the researchers. Full story at www.physorg.com/news113763123.html
ARE WE JUST DNA ?
Read the following articles and ask your self in our BRAVE NEW WORLD, are we just DNA ?
NEANDERTALS, HUMANS SHARE KEY CHANGES TO 'LANGUAGE GENE', October 18 A new study published online on October 18th in Current Biology reveals that adaptive changes in a human gene involved in speech and language were shared by our closest extinct relatives, the Neandertals. The finding reveals that the human form of the gene arose much earlier than scientists had estimated previously. It also raises the possibility that Neandertals possessed some of the prerequisites for language. Full story at www.physorg.com/news111933235.html
FROM JULES VERNE TO SYNTHIA
Four months before the first primary and Craig Venter is about to change life as we know it forever.
The election of 2008 must not be about the PAST. But about the FUTURE.
21ST-CENTURY SPACE FLIGHT SALUTES THE FATHER OF SCI-FI, JULES VERNE, October 07 He lit the imagination of countless youngsters with tales of derring-do -- of submarines that explored the depths of the oceans, of adventurers who crept to the centre of the Earth, of doughty pioneers who travelled to the Moon. www.physorg.com/news110988280.html
US SCIENTIST HERALDS 'ARTIFICIAL LIFE' BREAKTHROUGH (UPDATE), October 06 Controversial celebrity US scientist Craig Venter has announced he is on the verge of creating the first ever artificial life form which he hails as a potential remedy to illness and global warming. Full story at www.physorg.com/news110864840.html
HOW WILL THE ROBOTS CAST THE SENIOR VOTE ?
In the BRAVE NEW WORLD thats coming, Robots will be the care givers to SENIORS. When election time rolls around who will the ROBOTS UNION SUPPORT ?.
JAPAN EYES ROBOTS TO AID SENIOR CITIZENS, October 04 (AP) -- If you grow old in Japan, expect to be served food by a robot, ride a voice-recognition wheelchair or even possibly hire a nurse in a robotic suit - all examples of cutting-edge technology to care for the country's rapidly graying population. Full story at www.physorg.com/news110701029.html
Watch out 1199 and WFP, The Robot Party is coming to town.
FROM THE M-APPLE TO THE Q-APPLE AND TO MAN OR NOT TO MAN
The Apple that reads your mind or the Quantum Apple.?
Which Apple is right for YOU
Will Apple be the first to open a Moon or Mars store ?
Silly questions for today, But not in our BRAVE NEW WORLD.
TECHNOLOGY COULD ENABLE COMPUTERS TO 'READ THE MINDS' OF USERS, October 01 Tufts University researchers are developing techniques that could allow computers to respond to users' thoughts of frustration too much work or boredom,too little work. Applying non-invasive and easily portable imaging technology in new ways, they hope to gain real-time insight into the brain's more subtle emotional cues and help provide a more efficient way to get work done. Full story www.physorg.com/news110463755.html
NEANDERTHALS TO SPACE IN ONLY 28,000 YEARS VIA ION ENGENE
The old saying GO EAST YOUNG MAN now has a whole new meaning in our
GO EAST OLD MAN: NEANDERTHALS REACHED CHINA'S DOORSTEP, September 30 European Neanderthals, modern man's ill-fated cousins who died out mysteriously some 28,000 years ago, migrated much further east than previously thought, according to a study released Sunday. Full story at www.physorg.com/news110381500.html
ASIA COULD WIN NEXT 'SPACE RACE', US SCIENTISTS FEAR, September 30 Fifty years after the launch of Sputnik left the United States scrambling to play catch-up in the first Space Race, US scientists fear history may be repeating itself as Asia emerges as the rising force in space exploration. Full story at www.physorg.com/news110359952.html
THE QUANTUM COMPUTER IS JUST AROUND THE APPLE ?
Walk into any Apple store and think what you will be buying in the year 2018.
The QUANTUM APPLE, QAPPLE QPHONE OR QPOD
Yes, OUR BRAVE NEW WORLD
YALE SCIENTISTS MAKE 2 GIANT STEPS IN ADVANCEMENT OF QUANTUM COMPUTING, September 26 Two major steps toward putting quantum computers into real practice sending a photon signal on demand from a qubit onto wires and transmitting the signal to a second, distant qubit have been brought about by a team of scientists at Yale. The accomplishments are reported in sequential issues of Nature on September 20 and September 27, on which it is highlighted as the cover along with complementary work from a group at the National Institute of Standards and Technologies. Full story www.physorg.com/news110032627.html
FROM THE ANCIENT WALL IN IRAN, TO THE MOON, AND BEYOND THE DAWN
ANCIENT WALL FOUND IN IRAN, September 25 Archaeologists in northern Iran have uncovered the remains of a 124-mile-long wall, the second longest such structure in Asia after the Great Wall of China. Full story at www.physorg.com/news109958500.html
ASIAN SPACEFARERS RACE FOR THE MOON, September 25 Asian giants Japan, China and India are engaged in a race to map lunar resources and make the moon a platform to explore planets beyond, amid a renewed burst of global space activity. Full story at www.physorg.com/news109932138.html
NASA DAWN PROBE TO SET OFF ON SOLAR SYSTEM DISCOVERY, September 25 The US space agency is set to launch on Thursday the space probe Dawn on an eight-year mission to unlock the secrets of the solar system and how it was born. Full story at www.physorg.com/news109907330.html