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The Poo Bus!
Humans produce around 360 pounds of poo over the course of a year – and the United Kingdom’s “Bio Bus” is taking this poo on the ...
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the First grid connected!
 
Here's a swell story for renewable energy. Australia's Carnegie Wave Energy in Perth has recently switched on the world's first grid-connected wave energy project. Although small, this test project has big implications for wave energy around the world. These unique underwater buoys not only generate power, but also help run a zero emissions desalinization plant.
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Report   from Local News! in the  Mojave California,  Air and space flight technology. 
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who say it doesn't rain in Los Angeles? for 10 minutes Lol
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Project Tango is coming, sign up for development kit!
The goal of Project Tango is to give mobile devices a human-scale understanding of space and motion.
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I say try TING for phone service it is the best out there. very cheap I have 2 phones and my bill every month is under $40.00  
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Telescopic  Contact lenses may one day be a Reality! 
Contact lenses have evolved over a long time and what we get today in the name of contact lenses is far more advanced and optically suitable for user. But nothing like this has ever been created before. A contact lens that can zoom 3 times. Researchers in Switzerland are working towards bringing us magnifying contact lenses that zoom in and out with a wink. A lot of technologies are being created around the contact lens industries to improve the ...
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Breakthrough Molecular 3D Printer Can Print Billions of Possible Compounds - http://3dprint.com/50777/molecular-3d-printer/
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India To Fly RLV Tech Demo by June
by K.S. Jayaraman — March 5, 2015
Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) Technology Demonstration Program
Four test flights are planned for ISRO's Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) Technology Demonstration Program. Credit: ISRO
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BENGALURU, India — The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will conduct its long-delayed initial test flight of a reusable launcher technology demonstrator by midyear, a senior government official said.

The Reusable Launch Vehicle (RLV) Technology Demonstration Program, involving a series of experimental missions, was conceived by ISRO in 2009 as a first step toward a fully reusable, two-stage-to-orbit launcher.

Jitendra Singh, minister of state for science, told the Indian parliament March 4 that in the upcoming test, the 1.5-ton technology demonstrator will be launched to a height of 70 kilometers atop a solid-rocket booster, an ascent during which it will reach five times the speed of sound. “Thereafter it will descend by gliding and splashing down into the sea,” he said.

The flight will demonstrate the vehicle’s hypersonic aerodynamic properties, avionics, thermal protection and control systems, and mission management, Singh said. The entire flight will be autonomous, he said.

According to ISRO, four flights of the technology demonstrator are planned. The upcoming hypersonic flight will be followed by a landing experiment, a launch to orbit and return mission and a scramjet propulsion demonstration.

The initial RLV Technology Demonstration Program flight originally was scheduled for 2011 but was postponed multiple times. The exact date of the coming flight has not been announced.

According to Indian space officials, the experimental flights will show, in a cost effective way, the technologies that are required for taking decisions on the design and development of the full-scale two-stage-to-orbit RLV.

- See more at: http://spacenews.com/india-to-fly-rlv-tech-demo-by-june/#sthash.74LHQ0jO.dpuf
India's space agency, ISRO, will conduct its long-delayed initial test flight of a reusable launcher technology demonstrator, RLV, by midyear.
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This is truly Amazing and is just the very beginning of something that is going to be huge.
It's only a matter of time before we begin seeing just about every man-made object on this planet 3D printed in some form or another. We've already seen houses,
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