More Tech for the Oil Com­pany to Hide!

Researchers from North Car­olina State Uni­ver­sity have devel­oped new tech­nol­ogy and tech­niques for trans­mit­ting power wire­lessly from a sta­tion­ary source to a mobile receiver — mov­ing engi­neers closer to their goal of cre­at­ing high­way “sta­tions” that can recharge elec­tric vehi­cles wire­lessly as the vehi­cles drive by.

We’ve made changes to both the receiver and the trans­mit­ter in order to make wire­less energy trans­fer safer and more effi­cient,” says Dr. Srd­jan Lukic, an assis­tant pro­fes­sor of elec­tri­cal engi­neer­ing at NC State and senior author of a paper on the research.

Arti­fi­cial Sperm!

HempDon’t pay atten­tion for and few days and see what happens!

From: sci​enceal​ert​.com

Sci­en­tists have made the best arti­fi­cial sperm yet, and they’re breed­ing mice with it.

Sci­en­tists have used embry­onic stem cells to grow the most effec­tive ‘test-​tube’ sperm cells ever, demon­strat­ing how they can be used to fer­tilise mouse eggs, and pro­duce healthy, fer­tile offspring.

The cells are the first in the world to meet a set of cri­te­ria known as the ‘gold stan­dard’ for arti­fi­cial sperm, set by three fer­til­ity researchers in 2014. “The achieve­ments of this paper are very remark­able,” John Schi­menti of Cor­nell Uni­ver­sity, one of the researchers who defined the gold stan­dard, told New Sci­en­tist. “I’m not aware of another group hav­ing pro­gressed this far.”

Intru­sive Tech­nol­ogy Pt.6


New Tech­nique Allows Sci­en­tists to Read Minds at Nearly the Speed of Thought

An exper­i­ment by Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton researchers is set­ting the stage for advances in mind read­ing tech­nol­ogy. Using brain implants and sophis­ti­cated soft­ware, researchers can now pre­dict what their sub­jects are see­ing with star­tling speed and accu­racy. The abil­ity to view a two-​dimensional image on a page or com­puter screen, and then trans­form that image into some­thing our minds can imme­di­ately rec­og­nize, is a neu­ro­log­i­cal process that remains mys­te­ri­ous to sci­en­tists. To learn more about how our brains per­form this task — and to see if com­put­ers can col­lect and pre­dict what a per­son is see­ing in real time — a research team led by Uni­ver­sity of Wash­ing­ton neu­ro­sci­en­tist Rajesh Rao and neu­ro­sur­geon Jeff Ojer­mann demon­strated that it’s pos­si­ble to decode human brain sig­nals at nearly the speed of per­cep­tion. The details of their work can be found in a new paper in PLOS Com­pu­ta­tional Biology.

U.S. Intel Offi­cial Fears WMD Threat From Gene Edit­ing Tech­nol­ogy


Truth be told, the world has entered a new age of tech­nol­ogy where all bets are off. Even though there are gov­ern­ments and cor­po­ra­tions that have much more power than the aver­age per­son, tech­nol­ogy has given more power to mod­ern men and women, than their ances­tors could have ever dreamed of. This means that the poten­tial for dis­as­ter is now in the hands of more peo­ple than ever before.

That’s what James Clap­per, the Direc­tor of National Intel­li­gence, recently expressed in regards to mod­ern gene edit­ing tech­nolo­gies, though not in the same words. In his annual world­wide threat assess­ment report, he sug­gested that genetic edit­ing devices like CRISPR will soon pose a “weapons of mass destruc­tion and pro­lif­er­a­tion” threat.

Is it Real or is it Mem­o­rex (Blender)


In case you missed it, Yahoo! News, the Daily Mail and oth­ers are report­ing that an Amer­i­can tourists caught what might be an inter-​dimensional por­tal and a UFO fly­ing over the Euro­pean Orga­ni­za­tion for Nuclear Research (CERN), the Swiss facil­ity that houses the Large Hadron Col­lider! Hav­ing worked with Blender I am very care­ful when say­ing some­thing (any­thing) seen on the net can be pro­duces with that pro­gram. That being said if it was done in some pro­gram like blender then who ever made it has a career in Hol­ly­wood all they would have to do is to tell the truth to get a con­tract. Now on the other hand there has been some strange things reported about CERN up till this point. You can view the full video here, with another video that is just my attempt to see if I could debunk it. By see­ing if I could find any OPP’s (out of place pixels}

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