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THE FUTURE - Inventions, Innovations, Discoveries, Exciting Stuff
dogtor
post Posted: Jul 27 2010, 11:45 AM
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I think it is appropriate to mention this information here along with in the EOS channel due to the effects on mankind's future this may bring. lmaosmiley.gif

I think asx ticker stock : EOS could benefit most from this sentiment that i believe will be generated in a most positive way for space, mankind and the technology telescopes have proven now to have given humanity. EOS are into many things but do optics, satellites and telescope creation along with space junk removal plans and seem to have a special niche.

The market seems to be big enough for many small specialize companies world wide to work for mankind and humanity in a network, together 'as one' for the benefit, challenge and pure thrill that this industry now is providing.

The Australian government are also now stepping up to the plate and helping out innovative Australian consortium's and space related business's with grants. EOS is in the thick of it and you can read more about the company here

http://www.sharescene.com/index.php?showtopic=2120

- By Stock' link for the forum on EOS and general chatter about all things mentioned.

I think this news should be in 'Breaking News' due to the great possibilities and positivity for all humanity and hope for mankind's future.

I am very happy to report this as it seems to have just came out in the last 24 hours and is hitting the papers now.

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http://www.news.com.au/technology/kepler-m...0-1225896871051
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shows the range of NASA's Kepler Mission to find habitable planets. Picture: NASA/Jon Lomberg Source: NASA
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* Results from satellite observatory
* 140 Earth-like planets already found
* "Planets like Earth are out there"
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SCIENTISTS are celebrating the discovery of more than 700 suspected new planets - including up to 140 similar in size to Earth - in just six weeks of using a powerful new space observatory.

Early results from NASAs Kepler Mission, a small satellite observing deep space, suggested planets like Earth were far more common than previously thought.

Past discoveries suggested most planets outside our solar system were gas giants such as Jupiter and Saturn - but the new evidence tipped the balance in favor of solid worlds.

Astronomers said the discovery meant the chances of eventually finding truly Earth-like planets capable of sustaining life rose sharply.

NASA so far formally announced only five new exoplanets - those outside our solar system - from the mission because its scientists were still analysing Keplers finds to confirm they were actually planets.

The figures suggest our galaxy, the Milky Way (which has more than 100 billion stars) will contain 100 million habitable planets and soon we will be identifying the first of them, Dimitar Sasselov, professor of astronomy at Harvard University and a scientist on the Kepler Mission said.

"There is a lot more work we need to do with this, but the statistical result is loud and clear and it is that planets like our own Earth are out there."

 
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post Posted: Jul 27 2010, 08:44 AM
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Large Hadron Collider news,



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kelt
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In Reply To: El Barto's post @ May 29 2010, 07:49 PM

To be honest, I had no idea.



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El Barto
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In Reply To: kelt's post @ May 24 2010, 09:21 AM

Kelt,

You realise it is a joke.

 
triage
post Posted: May 25 2010, 03:17 PM
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Here is a link to a series of presentations and discussions from the Milken Institute's Shaping the Future conference which was held last month. I posted one such discussion on the US's energy future on the renewable energy thread but there is heaps more to check out.

http://www.milkeninstitute.org/events/gcpr...mp;EventID=GC10



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kelt
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This sucks:-

http://www.theonion.com/video/new-google-p...-ads-dir,17470/



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Duster
post Posted: May 22 2010, 09:28 AM
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Toyota throws $50 mill Tesla's way as it gets ready for IPO

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/toyota-in...?dist=afterbell



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grevillia
post Posted: Apr 22 2010, 09:41 PM
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Achieving Fiber-Optic Speeds over Copper Lines:

http://www.technologyreview.com/communications/25158/?a=f

This might interest people, though it is a long way off.

 
Duster
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Just a quick one on Tesla Motors, the electric car manufacturer I spoke of a few posts back. I'm sure this incident may have a few conspiracy theorists thinking.

Silicon Valley plane crash kills 3 Tesla employees

Elon Musk, Tesla’s high-profile chief executive, who made his fortune selling PayPal to eBay, was not on the plane.

http://www.mercurynews.com/bay-area-news/ci_14419427

Cheers,
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cso1
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"918-megaherz of frequency twice a day for an hour each time over nine months"

"exposure to the electromagnetic fields caused the erasure of deposits of beta-amyloid - a protein fragment that accumulates in the brain of Alzheimer's sufferers to form the disease's signature plaques. Memory impairment in the older mice disappeared, too ... young adult mice with no apparent signs of memory impairment were protected against Alzheimer's disease after several months of exposure to the mobile phone waves."

"The memory levels of normal mice with no genetic predisposition for Alzheimer's disease were also boosted after exposure to the electromagnetic waves."

www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/01/07/2787526.htm

Mobile phone use may reverse Alzheimer's
07/01/2009

The electromagnetic waves emitted by mobile phones could protect against and even reverse Alzheimer's disease, according to a US study.

Researchers at the University of South Florida exposed 96 mice, most of whom had been genetically altered to develop the Alzheimer's disease as they aged, to electromagnetic waves generated by mobile phones.

The mice were zapped with 918-megaherz of frequency twice a day for an hour each time over nine months - the equivalent of several decades in humans.

In older mice with Alzheimer's, long-term exposure to the electromagnetic fields caused the erasure of deposits of beta-amyloid - a protein fragment that accumulates in the brain of Alzheimer's sufferers to form the disease's signature plaques.

Memory impairment in the older mice disappeared, too, the study showed.

It also found that young adult mice with no apparent signs of memory impairment were protected against Alzheimer's disease after several months of exposure to the mobile phone waves.

The memory levels of normal mice with no genetic predisposition for Alzheimer's disease were also boosted after exposure to the electromagnetic waves.

The study was the first to look at the long-term effects of mobile phone exposure in mice or humans, and its findings took the researchers by surprise.

"I started this work with a hypothesis that the electromagnetic fields would be deleterious to Alzheimer's mice," lead author Professor Gary Arendash said.

"When we got our initial results showing a beneficial effect, I thought, 'give it a few more months and it will get bad for them'.

"It never got bad. We just kept getting these beneficial effects in both the Alzheimer's and normal mice."

Based on the findings, the researchers are hopeful electromagnetic field exposure could be an effective, non-invasive and drug-free way to prevent and treat Alzheimer's in humans.

 
 


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