Smart Dust

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Smart Dust MaybeThe Future of Involuntary Treatment of the Public

 

 

Smart dust is a name given to extremely small computing particles, RFID chips, or other very small technologies.

 

A popular article from Extreme Tech describes it in the headline: “Smart dust: A complete computer that’s smaller than a grain of sand.” An article from War is Boring is titled “Future Military Sensors Could Be Tiny Specks of ‘Smart Dust’ New technologies allow for extremely small—and ubiquitous—military sensors.” A paper from University of California, San Diego describes smart dust:

“The term “smart dust” originally referred to miniature wireless semiconductor devices made using fabrication techniques derived from the microelectronics industry. These devices incorporate sensing, computing and communications in a centimetre-sized package.”

consider what could happens when sensors, antennas, and even computing equipment can be combined into information gathering devices on the microscale. This is a concept known as "smart dust," and it's been kicked around in science fiction and research communities for awhile.

Security Alert: Windows 10

Security Alert: Windows 10 Has Been Quietly Logging EVERY KEYSTROKE You Type And Sending It To Microsoft (This Is How To Stop It)

It's Been  reported that an international group of hackers claim they have breached Apple’s iCloud user database and stolen 300 million usernames and passwords. The group has threatened to initiate a widespread factory reset on April 7th, 2017, potentially wiping out data on tens of millions of iPhones and iCloud accounts should Apple fail to pay a ransom.

Wi-fi on rays of light

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Slow wi-fi is a source of irritation that nearly everyone experiences. Wireless devices in the home consume ever more data, and it's only growing, and congesting the wi-fi network. Researchers at Eindhoven University of Technology have come up with a surprising solution: a wireless network based on harmless infrared rays. The capacity is not only huge (more than 40Gbit/s per ray) but also there is no need to share since every device gets its own ray of light. This was the subject for which TU/e researcher Joanne Oh received her PhD degree with the 'cum laude' distinction last week.

 

The New Home Batteries

Theres no doubt renewable power generation has made great leaps and bounds lately bringing the cost of power per Kw. down to competitive levels but what about storing all that energy so as to be available on demand or even better yet during peak hours when energy is at it's most expensive. This whole area of development is just getting started with some exciting possibilities!

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A New State of Matter

Time crystalCrystals can exist in time as well as space
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It’s no longer just a wild theory. Two independent teams of physicists have followed a recipe to build the world’s first versions of an enigmatic form of matter – time crystals.
MIT physicist and Nobel laureate Frank Wilczek first speculated about the existence of time crystals in 2012, while teaching a class on ordinary crystals, such as salt, or snowflakes. In a typical crystal, the atoms or molecules are tightly arranged in regularly repeating patterns in three-dimensional space, resembling a lattice.

 

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