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.

A New State of Mat­ter

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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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The New Alchemy

Russ­ian Sci­en­tists Announce His­toric Dis­cov­ery Ren­der­ing the Entire Sys­tem Obsolete

Russ­ian sci­en­tists have devel­oped a method for trans­porta­tion of chem­i­cal elements.

To put it sim­ply, there is more than one way to pro­duce gold, nat­u­rally and arti­fi­cially. And this very valu­able ele­ment has more than one appli­ca­tion, too, not just in the realm of elec­tron­ics indus­try, but also within our phys­i­cal well-​being, and has been made part in man’s pur­suit for longevity for thou­sands of years. So, why is the knowl­edge per­tain­ing to all of the above are not avail­able up to now? In a word, capitalism!

The essence of this dis­cov­ery and the tech­nol­ogy is that, we have devel­oped an indus­trial method of trans­for­ma­tion of one chem­i­cal ele­ment into another ele­ments and iso­topes. We present trans­mu­ta­tion tech­nol­ogy with­out nuclear reac­tors, heavy water other things like that, which are used for trans­mu­ta­tion in tra­di­tional ways. We present bio­chem­i­cal method of ele­ments and their iso­topes transmutation.

Source: Russ­ian Team “Actinides” Announces Dis­cov­ery of Indus­trial Bio­chem­i­cal Method of Ele­men­tal Trans­mu­ta­tion (Press Con­fer­ence and Press Release)

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Smart AI

This Smart AI Can Now Steal Code to Write Its Own Pro­grams We’re not wor­ried, honest.

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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.

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